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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1862 Gaaa Sight. Good night ! for the shadow lengthen Over the meadow grass, And the gates of the sunset are open For the dying day to pas. Good night I the mountains are fading, The Toices of singing cease, And the twilight, gracious and tender, I filling the valleys with peace. Good night ! for the summer is ended Oh ! the rammer of sunshine and balm ! With its riches of royal resplendence, Its curtains of silence and calm. Oh 1 friend whose faces of smiling Hare rainbowed its passage with light. Whose hearts, more warm than it pulse. Hare been a rest and a refuge Good night I Good night ! for the summer is ended Oh ! valley of quiet delight ! Oh ! mountains, forerer unweary, Forever unwaadering Good night! Good night! be it bravely spoken, Though song on the lip should cease For the joy of the vanished summer Shall fill all the winter with peace. Flyiac Manse. We saw, yesterday, in the possession of Mr. Davis, the proprietor of the Supreme Court Hotel, a very interesting, and, to us, very extraordinary, specimen of the genua mus, called by some who nave seen it. a flying mouse. from some ot its characteristics we should bo led to think that this little animal comes under the denomination of the sub genus Gerbilius of the Jerboa species, but for its extreme small oess, and the distinct peculiarity of the construction of the tail. Specimens of this species were fonnd by Sir Thomas Mitchell on the Keedy Plains, near the junction ot the Murray and the Murrumbidgee.and his description formed part of the Transactions of the Linnaean Society of London. This curious little creature is the mother of four tiny, hairless and sightless little things. about the size of a good horse-bean ; they establish the fact of their being of the order mammalia very palpably, and feed away at the founts nature has provided, whilst the mother takes every care of tnem. rne peculiarity we speaK oi is tne tan, which resembles, and indeed is, a sort of feather, shaped like one of an ostrich tail, except that the end tapers and is straight, having a firm sort of stem down the centre, Irom which brunches at right angles regular light feathery hair. The head is pointed, with a fringe of buff at the side of the cheek, and the breast and belly are quite white. Connected with the hinder legs which, like all our little Australian rodents, are longer than the fore and attached to the sides, is a sort of web. something like that of a flying squirrel. This mouse measures about two inches in the body, is of a light brown color, and the tail is two and a naif inches long. 1 be little mites or young ones have only rudimentary tails, and look very much like sucking pigs diminished to the size we have I indicated. We cannot find, at present, any de scription in the books we have consulted, which at all applies to this extraordinary little animal. It was found, with its family, by Mr. Davis, in a hole in a piece of wood. We should really be glad if the learned in such matters wauld enlighten us on the subject. Maryborough Advertiser, Alay 16. A Secret Dmu( About two years since there was, in our or some other city, a famous doctor, into whose consulting room crowds came daily, so that they might be healed. JNow this doctor had a suspicion that there was something vitally wrong with himself, and he went to consult another famous physician at Dublin, or it may be at Edinburgh. And he of Edinburgh punched his comrade's sides, and list ened at bis heart and lungs, and felt his pulse, I suppose, and looked at his tongue, and when he had done, Dr. London said to Dr. Edinburgh, " Doctor, how long have I to live ? " And Doctor Edinburgh said to Doctor London, " Doctor, you may last a year." Then Doctor London came home, knowing that what Doctor Edinburgh said was true. And be made up his accounts, with man and heaven, I trust. And he visited his pa tients as usual. And he went about healing, and cheering, and soothing, and doctoring ; and thous ands of sick people were benefitted by him. And he said not a word to his family at home ; but lived amongst them, checrlul, and tender, and loving, though he knew the night was at hand when he should see them and work for them no more. And it was winter-time, and they saw and told him that some man at a distance very sick, but very rich wanted him ; and, though Doctor London knew be was at death's door, he went to the sick man, for he knew that the largo fee would be good for his children after him. And be died ; and his family never knew until he was gone that he had been long aware of the inevitable doom. Corn full Magazine for January. PrMaaiaa Royalty a Onlary Age. On January 31, 1740, he, (King Frederick William, the father of the great Frederck). said " I am not grieved that I am about to die, for a I man who is afraid of death is a coward ; but what I do feel sorry for is that I should have such a scoundrel as my son for a successor." Another of his remarks was, " I know what the many bows mean ; l shall some day chop on a few beads like turnips, and then it will be seen whether I or the boy am burgomaster of Berlin." One evening, when the Prince entered his father's apartments, ana an tne persons present rose, the Kin" ex claimed savagely, Sit ye down," and when the Prince did not immediately take his beat, he shouted, " Seat yourself, in the fiend's name, or go to . Un another occasion he declared that he had only one thing to reproach himself . i i .i . i , . wuc, nameiy, mas ne naa not executed the Prince ten years back. IVefier'i Gleanings of Four Cen turies. Bread 1800 Years Old. An important archaeological discovery has iust been made at Pompeii, of a mill with a great quantity oi corn in excellent preservation, and an oven with eighty-one loaves, arranged in rows, and but slightly affected by the heat of the lava, having been protected by a quantity of ashes. which had covered the iron door, fitted to the mouth of the oven. These loaves have all been got out entire ; a large iron shovel for introducing the loaves into the oven has also been found on the spot, with a remnant of its wooden handle. Gaugnam. Ilappiaea. Now let me tell you a secret worth knowing. This looking forward for enjoyment don't oav. From what I know of it I would as soon chase but terflies for a living, or bottle up moonshine for cloudy nights. The only true way to be jWpy, is to take drops of happiness as God gi?jirn to us every day of our lives. The boySjwtarn to be happy while he is plodding o$fa&?"1e8ons ; the apprentice while he is learning his trade; the merchant while he is making his fortune. If he fails to learn this art he will be sure to miss the enjoyment when be gains what he sighs for. E7 The best thioz about a girl is cheerfulnets. We don't care how ruddy her cheek may be, or now veivettj her lips il she wears a scowl, even ber friends will consider her ill-looking : while the young lady who illuminates her countenance with smiles will be regarded as handsome though her complexion be coarse enough to grind nutmegs on. As perfume is to the rose, so is good nature to the ioreij. E7 Religion is like the firmament ; the more rtns ftpsrphni it r.ha mnM a ham q to uun . it- la 171a V WW . - ... w . w . . VwVU , 4 IB IIAV the sea ; the more one yiews t the more boundless rs appears. Lacallliea f FWh. The fact that fish herd together in great flocks or nations seems now to be well-estaolished. All the great inhabitants of the great deep, from the mighty whale down to the minnow, live in what " . a nt . may be termed colonies. inus we nave me term a school of whales." We hare also the young salmon in shoals each year s growth in separate companies, and every hsh as local in its dwelling place as men are. We know, too, that the herrings live also in nations, which arrive at maturity in vast groups at different periods of the season. The same laws govern the crusteccae. Persons who deal in shell-fish can easily tell the different local- ities whence thev derive their various supplies. A Scotch lobster can be readily distinguished from a .Norway one, and a " native " oyster diners consid erably from a "scuttle-mouth.' These are all points which ought long ago to have led to a better understanding of the natural and economic history of fish. This ignorance has well-nigh ruined our tnoBt valuable fisheries. We have been trading for years in the belief that the supply was inex haustible, and are but beginning to find out that it is even possible to exhaust the sea. lbe Uer man Ocean has been so long the fishing-pond of Europe, that we can scarcely wonder, considering the wealth that has been drawn Irom its deptns, that its supplies are beginning to fail us. There can be no doubt, however, that other sources of supply will be discovered ; if 60, we can only hope that some method will be observed in harrying the nest, in order that the supply may be made to go as far as possible. London Review. BOOK & JOB Printi Office! ABRAHAM F0MA1ER, BOOK AND JOB PRINTING IN EVERY VARIETY OT STYLE, Executed promptly and neatly ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. WE HAVE A MOST VARIED assortment of material appertaining to a complete Printing Office, and we would particularly call the attention of our friends and the public generally, to our large and beautiful assortment of Plain, Orna mental and Illuminated And Plain and Fancy NOTE and other Papers, which those desiring a really good article, neatly printed, are especially invited to call and examine. POSTEES, BILL HEADS, BLANKS, BILLS LADING, BLANK RECEIPTS, CONSULAR BLANKS, BUSINESS CARDS, CXRCUIkARS, ADDRESS CARDS, BILLETS. In fact, any kind of Printing, either Plain or Ornamental, on any quality of Stock that may be desired, on terms as rea sonable and in a style equal to anything ever executed in Honolulu. Our specimen books are open to the inspection of the Public, who are respectfully invited to call and examine for themselves. $y X. B. All kinds of FANCY PRINTING in Color and n Bronze, done with care and in a style not to be mrpassed on these Islands. F. S. PRATT & CO., Importers, and Wholesale Dealers in WIiES, SPIRITS AND MALT LIQUORS! OFFER FOR SALE THE POLLOU'LVG As sortment of Merchandise in their line, imported for the wants of the FALL SEASON, vi.: 8th casks Pinet, Castillon &. Co.'s Brandy, Quarter casks P. Riviere Brandy, Bbls. "Riviere" Whisky, Cases Hollands Gin, in glass, Baskets Hollands Gin, in stone jugs, Sth casks Hollands Gin, 3' K) bbls., 4 dot each, Je ey's Pale Ale, qU and pts, 200 dox, Maurice, Cox 4c Co's Poi er, in pints, Trueraan's London Stout, In quarts, 100 cases Champagne Cider, 50 bskta Jacqueon Fils, and "G. C. S." Champagne, 80 cases, 1 due each, Brown Sherry, Qr. casks Brown Sherry. Cases Claret, "St. EKtophe," Puncheons Jamaica Rum, Cases "J. Seiner's" Bitters, " Boker's Bitters, " Catawba Wine Bitters, ' Pure Lemon Syrup, assorted Syrups, " Cherry Cordial, " California White and Red Wines, " Port Wine, And a complete assortment of Articles in tneir lane. ALSO Are constantly receiving additions to their stock from the best articles In the can r rancisco market. FOR SALE TO ARRIVE! . AN INVOICE OF ALSOPP?S ALE! .. EXPECTED PER SHIP .. TT n T-w- 1 r 79 a. irom London direct, in case and casks. kon a Coffee, CONSTANTLY ON HAND; Particular attention paid to the putting op of orders for Ship Iinrr and trnrui nut nn hsial .! M o ar www t"""" v II W UUIJa -tow Oil EEMOVAL. GEORGE W. VOLLTJM BOOK-BINDER ! HAVING TAKES TIIESTAXD OX KAAIIIT. fnann StrMt nver tha ahirv f-. - i : k. t f -1- WOOd. ODDOllib Rinhnn A C.n R.nl. ... i ' r w ... . w w, wriwn w nmiic all orders for Binding Pamphlets, Illustrate? Newspapers, Magazines, Music, Old Books, 4c Ac. Particular attention paid to re-bindinr old and rhnio. Hir. Mr. V. having had many. years experience in book-binding in all its branches, hopes to receive a share of tlm hui ed in Honolulu. Orders from the other Islands shoo Id be accompanied with particular directions, as to the style, and if the work is to much volumes previously bound, a sample volume should be sent with the J- . 32 m REMOVAL. AS. CLEGIIORN begi leave rfapeclfally ( inform his friends and customers, that lie ba removed bis Retail Establishment to the building immediately opposite Mi former stand, and lioue that bis increased accommodation will prove fur the benefit and advantage of all concerned. 3 )0icl5 ana ttestauremts. globTcoffeTsaloon. THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES .i ,. t.:. Mon.l. thmt K. Kill fW mis opponunuj w iuiui iu m, .u - v Ml N U A Y, lec 1st, remove nis wen kiiuwu cimmuii- meat to the premises situated on the CORXER OF FORTAXD HOTEL STREETS, Adininlne Dr. Hildebrand's Office, where he will be hapd a-r his customers, and all who favor him with their p&tronuV as heretofore, with all article appertaining to his line of busi- The premises have been thoroughly renovated and fitted in a superior manner, with a FtTT.T.TA-n-n ROOM attached, and all persons visiting the establishment may rest as sured or being satisned wltn us accommodations. Oyster Stews, Hot Cofl'ee, Hot Tea, Chocolate, TO KE HAD AT ALL. IIOUKS. Thankful for past favors, the undersigned begs a continuance o f the same. SI liu F. LORE. MTIOAAL HOTEL ! THE PROPRIETOR P THE i lu'VL -above well kiuown establishment tenders his fc? 1 ' Efcwjil incere thanks for the patronage already ex fii ' lh2ft3L- tended to him by the public, and wishes to 5jrj;giQ--Ci. sav. that it is still his intention to keep it WHAT XT ZS, A Iii-t Olsi-o-i House ! The Proprietor is determined to extend such accommodations 1 1 those who will patronise him, as cannot fail to give the utmost satisfaction. 33 6m A. THOMPSON, Proprietor. National Hotel CORNER OF NIJUAJiU A HOTEL STS. THE I XnKRSIOXKD, Prwprir- L. tnr iho'e establishment, would in lor in wf - i his friends and the public, that with his ex s 1 1 s TxJ tensive siock of the bent brands of Wines BIj.fJr and Liquors, new RILI.IAKU SALOOX, BOWLI.Mi A LLC VS. and gentlenianly attendance, uotliinc left wanting tor their comfort and amusement w-iv justFii iiuiu ii. Weal (Estate. - Ileal Estate. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ! THE LXDKRSIGNED OFFERS for ale That Desirable Residence In Nuuanu Valley, Adjoining the premises of C. Brewer 2d, rq., and CapL J. Pnty. There are two acres ol choicest ur.i den land, well storked with fruit and ornamental trees The house contain a large parlor and dining-room, two large bed rooms, one small do., dressing rooms, pantr, China closet, store-room. There is a good cook room, servants' rooms, sta ble, carnage house, tool house, wood shed, sc., &c Title Fee Simple. Terms easy. Inquire of J. IV. AUSTIN, Esq., or M If J. r I LLtU. Cane Land for Sale! HIM. BE SOL.O AT PUBLIC AUCTION, tne premises, at Waikapu, island of Maui, On Wednesday, 3d December next, AT 13 O'CLOCK, KOOX, All that Lot or Land called AHUAKOLEA ! containing 23J acres, according to survey. Said lam! is buitable for Kalo and Sugar Cane, is entitled to water, and located near the Sugar Mill now being erected by Mr. Lou sada. Title fee simple, and payments cash, and the balance in 10 months, with interest. By order of the Board of Education. Dep. Pub. Instruction, Nov. 4, 1862. 28 tf For Rent! THE ENTIRE !ECCiJ. FI-OOR of Ihe STOXE BUILDING, occupied VJore and Office by the undersigned. The locationXiitral ; the rooms receive light and ventillation from all aideaajd are otherwise convenient for offices. Kent low. For terms apply to CHAS. F. GCILLOC, M. D., or J. W. tlfll.l. To Let. TWO COMMODIOUS COTTAGES, with ii"V, yardrooin and water privilege, in a pleasant situation on ll' I. Alakea Slr-et, suitable Tor a small luiuily, at a very rea sonable rent. Apply to 24 tf II. IIACKFELD & CO. FOR SALE OR RENT. THE nest nnd corainodioii COT TAGE 1W KLI.lNi; off Alakea street, recently oc cupied by the undersigned. The establishment is complete in its arrange ments, namely : A Farlor, zu feet square ; one Urge Chamber and two smaller ones, Dining Room, Pantry, Kitchen. Hath Room and Outhouse. J37 Valley Water with Irrigation privilege. SUGAR PLANTATION SITUATED AT II AN A, EAST MAUI, SIX Hundred Acres of Land, formerly planted with Su gar Cane by t'harles Copp. This tract of land is universally allowed to be of very fertile quality, and suitable for cattle or sheep. Title fee simple. JOHN RAE, liana East Maui. 22 tf To Let. A FURNISHED HOUSE AT WAIKIKI ! A. Cantniniais Sitting ReajTiiud Three Bed- '.! Rooms, Stable, 1'oach Housejsjr., tc. For particulars apply to lo tf W. L. GREEN. ValuabJeal Estate Th nndrraixard wflTrrw far Sale nil that it-j'ij I'Ot of Land, corner of Fort and Kukui streets, with further particulars apily on the premises. EL RURNi. For Sale or Lease! THE HOUSE AXD J AIT OS THE ; UL corner of Beretania and Punch Bowl Street. The house contains 7 good Rooms, outhouses all complete. Water laid on. The house is suitable for a large family. 14 tf Apply to AM. SAVIDGE. m- '10 BELET! CrTHE SPACIOUS HOUSE OX WAIKIKI Plain, lately occupied by Mr. Jarrett, with its Outhouses and large enclosures. Entry immediately. Apply to 3d tf C. C. HARRIS, Attorney at Law. Heal Estate for Sale ! THE IXDERSIGED offer for sale on mod kvjji crate terms, the House and Lot on the corner of Bere .LkaLtania and Alakea streets, owned by Mr. B. Pitman, and at present occupied by Mr. A. J. Cartwright . It is one of the best residences in town. Title fee simple. For particulars apply to 11. HACKFELO A Co. Honolulu, April, 1S.2. 51 SUGAR PLANTATION FOR LEASE ! SITUATE ON IIILO HAY. at ore. rt In Ihm Arrltrjnrv fif A llrn rr Dinner laiormation appiy to 17 tf W. H. PEASE Hides, Goat Skins, Tallow Old Copper and Composition, T)URCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST MARKET X Pice, by 42 tf C. BREWER k CO. uocrtiscimnts. REFINED ENGLISH GROWI IROI ! A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. Sheet Iron, Hoop Iron; Best Charcoal Tinplates ; Sheet lead, Sheet Zinc, At Prices to Defy Competition ! FOR SALE AT MEL.CIIERS & CO'S. Black Paint, Green Paint, White Lead, Zinc White, nun. A SMALL LOT OF BKST ROMAN AND PORTLAND CEMENT, FOR SALE REASONABLY AT MELCHEltS & Co's. Bass & Co's Pale Ale, J. C. Marzetti & Sons Pale Ale, II. Deefjen's Pale Ale, Superior Hock Wine, it Bordeaux Wine, Sherry in qts. & pts., it Port Wine in qts. 4 pts,. ii Cherry Cordial, Cognac, ii HOLLAND GIN! Key Brand, in Square Bottles, ALCOHOL, ... 95 Per Cent., iX DEMIJOHNS OF 5 GALLONS EACH, FOR SALE AT MELCHEltS & Co's. AUJlli ASSORTMENT OF In New Fashionable Style, J 1ST OPt.tKD 1SD FOR SALS AT MELCHEltS & Co's. 2-tf f YOU WG HEGTOR !' And other Late Arrivals ! Messrs. tiriiibnum & Co.! IIAVE NOW OX SALE. THE MOST SITE- j 1 1 rior and varied assortment of CLOTHINC, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, AND Gentlemen's FuriiLshins: Goods Ever imported to this market, which they will sell At Prices as Reasonable As similar Goods can be procured a t any other house in Ho nolulu. This stock has all been selected by our Mr. REYMAN', who has just returned from the Ea.it, and whose well known discrim ination in selecting for this market, is sure guarantee that all can find any and every article they may desire. SjT Masters and Officers of Ships will do welt to give as a call before purchasing elsewhere. THE ISLAND TRADE Supplied on the most reasonable terms ! tW Store In Makee's Block, Queen Street, Honolulu. 23 tf HIDES and COAT SRI XS, TJURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MARKET X prices, by 44 tf ALDRICH, WALKER k. CO. IISFPiFIR7ii4!iES!i, b 1WW ATEW GOODS r i t r i m iijiiiiniii , ii ii 9 hate JUST RECEIVED EX 'COMET!' FROM BOSTON ! VIA SAN FRANCISCO THE FOLLOWING GOODS, "Which will be disposed of at. REASONABLE RATES ! QASES PRIXTS; Cases Globe bleached Jeans, Bartlett " Cottons, 4-4 1 I-S, " Hickory shirts, " Denim Pants, M White cotton Thread, " Blue cotton Thread, ' Black Alpacca, Bales Amoskeag Denims, , P. R " Suffolk " " Bro. Sheeting, " Shetucket stripe, " " Ticks, " California mixed Flannels, " Blue Flannels. ALSO A FEW CASES OF Olioioo Tobacco, And a small lot of Boston A CRUSHED SUGAR IN HALF BARRELS. ALSO : To -A.xi"ive PER PERUVIAiV and KOOX-DAY ! Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Hardware, Plows, Tobacco, Crushed Sugar, Ac, A.C., Ac. OIM HAND ! A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goods, Hardware, Cordage, Plows, Hoes, Iron, bar, round and hoop ! To arrive per "Peruvian " via San 1-1 r rancisco, invoice: of FIRE PROOF PATEHT BD0FI1IB! From the Jf. E. R. k Manufacturing Company. CURRANT WE! A small lot of Marshall's Choice Currant Wine, on hand and for sale. 25 ft TO AGKICULTURISTS. T UK l'DEUSlGVEUarelu receipt, ex "Ra- duga," of No. 20, Eagle Plows, U. G. No. 3 1-2 Steel Plows. Side Hill Plows, Cultivators, ReversaMe Teeth, Horse Hoes, And other Agricultural Implements. For sale hv 30 C. BREWER k Co. IEON. JUST RECEIVED 800 bndls Hoop Iron, 30 " Sheet Iron, A full assortment of Bar Iron. 80 C BREWER k CO. Cider Vinegar. I K BBLS. BEST CIDER VIS KG A R; L 9 For sale bv 30 C. BREWER ft. CO. Spades! Shovels! Crowbars! Jt'ST RECEIVED, and for ssde by 30 C. BREWFR A TO. l111 BAURELH, EASTER CRUSH- AW ed, ex "Raduga." For sale by C. BREWER k CO. Gunny Bas! Gunny Bas ! FEW Bales to rrlTe per Radoga. For aale 24-tf C. BREWER It Co. innonn EGUSII FIRE and ARCH m. m dticiisi U1 fc,-' M &a a. f .T . Hnckst i uurrcn nuciii, wjtrraiitea me otj in in mamtv. For salt bv 5 if H. HACKFELD k OC. lira nn v fin i i k h i; (r i n WliLlll Vi UU C2Vuerti5emcnt0. Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Stapcnhorst Expect to Receive by the ship PAULINE; FROM BREMEN! iVov duo, :l OF PORTED German, English, & French GOODS, Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hosiery, Shirts, etc. ; Hessians k Rice Bags ! WHITE HOUSE ROPE! also m Groceries, French Preserves, English Crown Iron, BLACKSMITH'S COAL ! Wines, Spirits, Pale Ale! LAGER BIER. HUM, German Refined Salt ! And a large number of MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES! ALSO : 12 Merino Negretti Rams, 8 " " Ewes, 3 Trained Shepherd Dogs, Will be offered for sale at Tl0lll?0i IfcfltO!. 19 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! THE CITY MARKET . Will u. - - - - nndcr the charire of Mr. FDWtRn WISKMtAI'll -ill :..t .1 . . - w ... .UfipdCU Wtltl 1 1 0 very bet ! f, lnlln. Vral. fceH &.r.. from the hrrds of K. .M oft it, Iuhi, anl of the Waimea tirazing anil Agricultural Company, anil at the lowest market rates. September itf, lstii go tf Jl'ST rrcrivrd and rr sale ky lae der!aed 75 Barrels Hawaiian Beef. Warranted, Packed and Cured in Turk's Island salt. "-l CIIAS. BKEWER.2D. Sewing Machines. TO ARRIVE per Rariajra a few more f tho favorite, inexpensive, reliable and indispensable, double thread dewing Machines. Forsale bv 2-tf C. BREWER k. Co. Sisterliooil of tlieSacrcd Hearts. EC03NTOXaTTXaTJ, Fort St, near the Catholic Church, THE FOI RTH AXXCAL SEIOX f taia Institution will commence on August 2d, li-. Toung Ladies of every religious denomination will be admit, ted, provided it be previously agreed that they will conform to the general regulations of the house. The course of Education for Boarders will comprise Reading, Writing, Grammar, Composition, Elocution, Arithmetic, Geog raphy, use of Globes, History (sacred and profane). Chronology, .Mythology, Logic, French and German Languages. Kook-Keeo-ing. Music (Vocal and Instrumental), Drawing. Fainting, and ail kinds of Fancy Needle-Work. The Sisters being aware that all education is impel feet without the knowledge of the Law of God, will devote themselves with the most sedulous care, to the religious instruction of their Catho lic pupils, without neglecting to inculcate in the minds of the others the general principles of Christian morality. The mo?t conscientious attention will be given to form their manners and to train them up to hnbits of order, neatness and industry. The diet will he wholesome and abundant. The health of the pupils will be the object of constant and ma ternal solicitude, and at all times they will be under the immedi ate supcrintendance of their teachers. TERMS. B0 AXD & TUrnON, per Quarter of Twelve Weeks, $45. Music, Drawing, Painting. German Language, and Artificial Flowers, will form extra charges. C ST No extra charge for the French Language. Payments to be made quarterly in advance. Persons resiJinK at a distance are requested to have a responsible agent in the city of Honolulu. No reduction made in case of children being withdrawn before the expiration of the quarter. Tuesdays and Saturdays will be tha appointed days for parents to visit their children. On the first Saturday of each month the Boarders will be al lowed to go out with their parents or guardians, but never with any other, without a written permission from said parents of guardians. They must return to the establishment before o'clock, P. .M., the same day. Postage, stationery, washing and mending. Doctor's fees and medicines, will be chargeable to the parents. For further particulars, application may be made to Sister Mitit Josspha. 40 j THOMPSON & NEVILLE, BLACKSMITHS. QIEE. STREET. Oppasiie Ihe I4 Caatana Haaae. HATING REPAIRED THEIR OWM DtM tfitCV 4: the late fire, are now ready to repair the damage of 'their friends and customers on ship and ashore, nl modestly solicit a share of the public patronage In their ine of business. 33 tf ROUND VOLUMES. fOCND VOLUMES OF THE "POLYNESIAN" FOR 18ol-o3 (Vol XVIII) and back volumes, for aale this at Office. Price 96. FUMES TEES!