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norK or nobles.
. M prw'jknuitwa t the RIn. the- II n of NMej
t;y, j o iu- j-u,r.-iii- ourt. no v. sli,,i,yt
rJar.. a-r th '''"'T Kir.g'a Sfa-rb. (la-ported
t I s-.ain.vr Hot Et. M. Keanina,.
- HrraT H. L. Sheld-in.
ajr..T-ar Awa II. Kaftauia.
, i:,i:u currrct list of the Xlemhers cf the II mf of
.. j n. fnnrr Lot tv.tmehaiT.eIvt.
Jl-j. II V. K. ttaahiimarttt
'! lt R. KeW.koUiii. .-m- of Hawa.i.
jr - Wyllie, fax .....,.)
J4 ft. I. U rrk-. ('X nfiet )
, (tj. M. K'tu-vufa. ..rrn.r ..f Oaha.
h , iu f. h'l-li.i, eruor 4 Maui.
Hj It- r Rwi liTemor of Kauai,
t. k.toair.s, IS. Naraakeha,
j f . K. Kajtaakea,
p. KaUkaua, J- ivji- ,
I. i. Hopkins. C. It. Bi hop.
5 .--. Jlif J- Richan!oti and J. W. K. Maikai. have
" 4min Ui'- 7 "' both of whom w.-re recently cre-
. . .. . fc. .. , ni n.w.r lit ... V . . .
i -'.. . .-- - . . . - w4i.iv iu tlie
r.T are now fa mnin ain, iw-j iai MK(.
, tad intl"t funi'shiri'.; this pa-r with full rrtj f.f
g, jci:!ur t,,e "rir tln llini.Ur of t'insncr
IIOl'K OK RKI'RESESTATIVES.
p.iri.li:t o pmrUmation tlx? mrmbri -i-ct wiuhn io the
7S. CUT. 'l:rk f the U'ue t t lat -i,n,
th m- tr.N-r u ir.l-r n-l rc-iiml siiil a.prTl ttxr c-r-
pJi3y, .rf 24 m-n, Ih-rr tfir- yt lu ki-nu-. Tte
juu j i "e meinlxir . the Iiu :
J R. Ch.uatcrU;aet J. KaxukiL
K Fu J W - KrullhoU,
p H hinu, W. J. K.iulU,
L ittu,!, . W. l-ilij-o.
p D Baldwin.
J. P. r.rf-n.
I. K. Naiapukai,
Molckai m La!.
j. t Kinul.-ui'ii, 1 1 It-k At.
j. i. .-.
P. F. iA.ini,
S. P. K .Uma,
O. H. I krLr.
H. A. W:J.tn.tiin, W. Kou.iirn.
Al D. iv Jlift.--.
bmicf fruit :
BAlfct W. Wrkr li L. MrCulljr 12.
U - - 1 A - IX
T.r rrX iiifiuirl if any ch cf ltt menitir ha I Dgltrl to
I, ..I m o-rti.'K'M. Ttur mm'rr frriai uth K'ria rtcr ami
ptivnl that he h:ul rifl, ut hjl f'-r-xttrn t harl in lu crr
BSci'. Xr. !; ully ruic-l ttie cx? ilU icul, aixl the llu- pr-ril-J
t bU( a-u. Ttae tiur l. f. urth, arl tflli twllotini;
piu:lJ lu t-n rlmit-. On the .xth hall'iC. Mr. M- 'u-.!jr a
by a maj-jritj of one r..te. T'.r fui!.wuig ut&cera were
Uva chf -
. II. C-ilick. Cirri.
!;. U Nnith, i:kiptiin.
W.f. Parker. ryroiif-if-.frnt.
W. 'iamhr,airi i.mjramarnj iUwrk.
Aft-T a ahort r-c", tli? HixtAe urticrr.lr.1 in a hJy, to the
ipr-rw C"irt ll.iil. tf-re thjr Ulrnnl tu Uie ra:h from the
Brn-, lu'U .1 fuwl in ihT oiumn. Aftr th-. cn-tlu-i..o
of tlw pch. the Kv-fil.'air r;tnmel to their II ill.
Th- pt-akrr a'P'ntrl l-.r. klitilwn. tirer-n, Piupo. K:-i
ml ane a a taiKlia( eumatiUue on eltxtum'i. Ailjoamctl
tiU l'J o'clock, Tbumlajr.
Tm uiijt. May 21.
'Pie II in- in-1 at 1') A. M. Minutea n.a.1 ami auruU.
Jriyr by Rev. L. mi'.k, the Ctukplain.
Thr ttowinn tamlinif committeca wire there appointed by
linitnrr l:r. Wehatrr, Wkieinann, iKwtcti. Nalapaa
t trrvi Jf lir Kniltlfn, )! acini, I'krke, Mahte, Nauka
oa. Fuitie ImiuIi and Internal ttitprotemfmtt Jrn, M'ule
ann. ..thim, KaLima, K-uukat.
li.ic.tfm Kalitwin. Komlai. 5ahitio. Pilii, llopu.
J,ltcirt 4. haitberUyne, ll' pu, lienaha, Ilal.'kai, Xaia
Paakai. Cmmrrrt Onwvtt, Whntr. Mah"e. Aholo, Knalia.
Jtijrtrn'tr mf M tnrn turr- W i-t.-iuaiiii, Bare
Wnt, llalrkai. Kailihixa.
f. lfftiom knilM-n. Nanrv. firwn, Kipt, Pilipo.
.U.'.ry M.uimi. tnamorrtain, N auk ana, Kanuikao, Kao
lia. On A'-rntimtt Kalama, Kipi, Kaaakai, Bakiwin, KahulanuL
fTMtufj 1WU, llon. Kaulia.
A numhrr of petitinna -re pri-aentml on the t-ilnwinc iah
Jrct : fn.m Lali u'ia, ani'Mt tle rk-tionnf nirnikn from thai
piiee. &.-6 rn:l. T aU.iuU t(e h ?, ilmf. an.1 .:h l ta; ta
mine tlie nlri- f tlx )l.nicer; t cImhf the propt-rty la;
if the ihatilhnx li'""e uilr certain r-lriclion-i; that the
relatiuic tt-illion he rpr il.l; that ly of rrent-en years
H tavit; llial the hl at liibt le ui-i-.rv. by the prorro
tliat the etpn4e of t!e l;-triet t ua. ti he i--l'eil to one
toliar; tht the kapit nq the k'ikra'a he rrmetl. Theae several
ltuMia arre refurml Ui their rep ctttre taMliog committeea.
fw nmnhr ftrom Koiow aioeil that 12 oat ire ai! T tr-in
pir f the Civil C'le he fttrobrl ! the llooae. The mrm
krr from Wailukit, nfT-ret! on ainen-lnwnt. ( h.it each member be
nppiiet ith a enpy of the 4'oie, ami that tt nhouM be hi -r
mat pnurriy. A Irmcthy ili aifn entaetl, in which Mnn.
Liai.ikaa, Balilwin, Mahue, anl tirren a'portr.l the moUoa,
do the irrt.'Urol that aa the iloone hail bwn furnUlieil with
kruT-, atatiouery. etc.. au they ahouki re furnUhnl with Copiea
f the lawa wbit:tk tlety wre emlt! to reviae anl ameml.
I-an. U iilrmann, Wbter. anl t haoihrrlayne oppoari! thia
leaMr, tty muu1 that the II .e hat! ooriirht t Tote any
thin; t the Bvmhera without the content of the NohleJ,
aoil the Kirn;, aiul armeil that the llotme hl the nnc richt to
nte a hore I e each mem'ier or suit of e!r th-a. The yraa ami
an rvtti rallnl. the motion, aa anierlet, waa carried. Ke
ili th.it the &-rt-.nt be r-fOMtep to furnUh 4 copiea of the
Mrrrturr ami mmntan, ami lmof the Air iltwati. Mor
el that the prorenluiga of the llooae lie pui.Uhe4 in the e
tf'iti-oii; rvfrretl t tie cmniitte on printtnir. A eteiiixutu.-e
waa a'wib-l ti wait on toe I'ppr llaiseaml inform them,
th.U th.a HtMiae waa HT'iar""! ami rrly (r buaim-M, ami alao
aomniiUre to reply to Ilia Uj ty' tpeerh. Alaniel.
Fainar, May 15.
The ll.-ue net at 10 A. 31. 3Iinotea ral ami approrrJ.
PrT hy the Chaplain.
The Jpraker r-al a romranuicatioo from the XoMr-c, pivintr
atxice uf their WKauzalun, ami that tiy were rva-ljr for bust
A p. ti:ioo waa reaj conu-ttin tlieeketion of the metnhrrfpm
5 'nh Kmia rvf-real. IVtilHxia were aLo pc-mt-il aeainat
Nrtt Jitili la-inir apointel aaeara; iiam4 ehrlitaiit
MankHtenU- airaui.it special taxe on horat-a, mule, etc.; ai.-aillt
the pr3erty ti; that p.MUra be lii-rneli that marrieil p r
ica wlj have foraaken ach orhr heeocnpelfcl to live tomther;
a.-ainat letraliairic the liatillinic of lo'i--; airainat the a.lnifnl
ent of the eonlito:i'o; that tnaionari- be alkiweil to prac
hre neiticiae: th-'i the a.tiarie of I'oixe Judieea be not uvrr
Sliaai, that alt witne-a ineriniin il e-.te hr paid ! r attendance
at eourt; a.rint the diati;iatun of huor; that the talari- of the
chool ao-l tmatees be fix--l by the LrKi.!ature.
The Committee no Elections movol that certain witnesses be
man I, rarri"!.
A p-aoimion waa o(Tcrilafeinir f r ?), for the harbor of
Bwhotalele. Alao one a-k:n tr $JiX. fr the rati to Waipio.
S.rriciw or liii.ua.
Xitxe was (rier th U a hill wmiM be intnlueei1 removlnir
th' kaj.u on the ahootmir of kol-aa. Al., to amend ation S,
ehaiib-r T, of the Criminal t'al"-, rrap-ctir.if divorcrd iron.
A too, reapHTtiriir alult-ry anil oatha. The i-p-3k-r r al a com
mnniratiiin fneu the Preaident of the Boar I of t-lunlion pre
Titiiii hia r-prt. but as it waa v-ry lonjt he had mt been able
e1Jf it, r.lv-il that tlie report l- trnnsUtxl and -iritl.
TV nir-morr fr.Mn llonolala gave mti.-- that he would brinit in
the aiuendmnita of the ciotuution at an "-art v day . A.lj -unieil.
iot. hy the speaker, that copies of the Kind's la(:e had
!trrDiT, May 26.
Mt at It o'clock ; minntes nal and approved ; prayer by the
ni.po. av-mher of N-Tth K'ma, waa ex-u"! from ervinc oo
e ('iinmiiw of elections as hi own election waa conteaieil.
L"-'ikaa wis appoint- d in his place.
TT.e pik'-r pr--ntl tl.e rep.ts if the Miniater of the Inte
ri'W ami the Chief Justice.
Ptiti-oa ff pracnttd t the Ih uae on the folI-wip auH-l-".
Th.it a law le niaile to ir"vrnt ins rr-d Tnaf-Takins
".her ; th.it mi i .eiarja be allowl to pr.ictM-- mfdicine ;
th hone it oe n- a!"l ; tti.it Th- harr of K tilita. on
U IW4U, be ma le a p-irt i f enrry ; aamat ditiMati -n a.l :ile of
I'l'iora ; tl.ii tlie pr-.xw ra be put to work on the road at K:h"li,
II. i u ; to ma e tli las on cartji t tjnift ail I urt .' that
thr h t iv.Iui'".t t' 2i renra ; that th-r- e a regular
rtf a 4 i, ami ne-aaurea t.r Hawaiian ppIu-e j as uint
th t.tllrn liw i a. iiri-f tlie :tiK-ti'lmiit of the ciatttution. re
ls ' i.' P tti- piy of the rm-inbra of the H' O of K. prcanLa
tov nnnt t!iT'' -irx t-vo aia--aira in one district, as thry
hd Bat BsT ; ainat the r?Mio.y in pulu ami funijua.
Tie C Tcmitt-- on t!ie Ju l..'iary. t' whom waa r fcrrel a pe
tition aakiBj fiat the coats ..f ooorla he n-du-"l.r'p"rled that it
he l.vd mi tti fHUI. rf.rt a-c-tl by the House.
A m i i"nty of th a uiie rrtnnutte r'l"rt-d on ttie petitions
hf 'hi ,MU.ir. k-r allow-d jru ti.e tuolicir-. mtv-iain
t) Uy ,)a tSr ta'V : a minority r p"rt was a' r-sentel in
'""f t'ie pt-uuoo. n raotiora of the Divmbrr frm Wailuku.
tk:s aarjct ss rfferre.1 to the c-Kiimi:tt-e of the h. l' f--r Mon
4y hi ptitin that a I iv he 'ram-il to rTent marriwl people
ra-tauiu 'ah sttr. U. ev,nmitte- r .rte.l that alth- ik-h lliry
ay!Biaird wxa the iLuom-r. they ilexticht that no law could
fr-inx-d that wnoid tvaeh rhe eae. n m-tin of the lurm
frwo Vailiikit, this r?oel was ref. rred t the cenmiltee of
the wu.a p v 'B.lay.
iinri.a or Tits IT.
The iwal eomtsittee app-Hiit.-u to -'it a tranalator fr the
It 'tta. rp.irt-l. r-r .niai-ii.lir.rJ i!-- h-! I"n. Ii p..rt accei
kU the li a votiai." far a traa.-Ut.r, rhn-e Ju.lre L.
A-i lrss. . r. Intl.. a that f W" a'i..prated f rarwl on
"lalai, waa r-f-rr I. XwiK-e havinx kro r'Tn yratrrlay by
"r. .'kainS-rLiyne, that be w..4d intnla -e a tall L atutnl the
law on sdsitery. a Imix ii.uwoafa "n the .jiali.m whethrr
ttie transUbir a to tran'.;.te all KiU l-fwe their lir-t
'Tvl'. tn slti.-h .W-ra. HVIt.. Wi.l-avano, Kara ikau and
tt-aiaa K,rt. Te ll'vu-w !x-i.l-l that no MUs shall be
- t t tbe trans latur, till aft.-r tk 'tt Crat r-ailir-c.
3lr. ( kamh-rlayar, th-n intr.tBe"l a bid am- mlinc the law
r nrt". ntr . 1 - v . . i. . . - . . .. ... . k. .Inr.
aame mitiker alao read a tall Coaownd the pr sencdivorre
riViuii all .bwcii nrrauna the riirbt to bemameii I armed i-
1. r n m.Kion of Mr. "ir-en, it was fcu.1 oo the uble.
"r. Ckamhoflayne a:n iutra lM hills to ameml the laws re
Stiac nvlrr, and authoni inir certain praofis to ailminister
atha, K.-th f which w-re or Ier-1 ts be rraaalate.1.
A htl was read by 31.-. a. j.-nakau to amend 'he law ri I it ins;
r1" ! aud ! ta iirrae the tax on personal pro
perty, f tr.i. f v, r4fc,:lf.
tr. Ona rave oie.r of the ic'r.1ortion of a hill to amend
action 2T of the Civil Code, respecting foreigner practitinjC
U .oii Mar ?4.
cr trie t-tl nj of the minuies and prayrr.the f.Jl-.wins; pe-
pevtitd : That the salaries of U
in tl U e :t U. ami the saUrirs 4 the .
iHrr"cr of ""e roe-rumcnt b- aU nilnc
i.'SJaj ; r K ii aw i . . . . .. . .
the Mmiaters te
tn SrasJ aiul
S t K il . 1. I . ' . .. . t . .t ... r... T,m r .
, arHiKii ' 'I uic 1J ' " ' u ' - - I J '
1141 al Hem . ... m M. . ik.r t r- 1. 1 1 1 n.
. iiwju i 'i uirar: i " " ' , i ' r-
"7 ?"U1 i that constables b Dot ailow-d to arrest for fast
. s ne csaarry ; that the stalitoa kf ie reeaieu , mat
- . c
I Ttor ro around twice ; that the setLlemt of kul. anas
VP;seweit : thai niMi.rar t aiLiwil to nraetice m-tl icme
U a r- x .
" v wi vtlice be openetl at fan, llawa.i j mramat tne ats-
'tlJ' li'iuor ; that horses be ioclud-d in pera-inal prop--VVT-
The following was laid on the tahl-- that the election
"FOaesxative be p-rmarwiit.
ar. Koodten was appointed oa the Prliiting Committee.
vi v ,h' - t appropriated f..r a roa.1 in Puna;
by Mr. NauKana, that $ I- a,.,.r..prit. .1 f.,r a bn lt-at
v .alua ; by ...r. I ..-ke. that Oio be appro, rUte i f vrl r. I.-. .
at K..rful,iahu ; by Mr. Kauaaii. lltt ,.s I- appropriate
f. a i.rriuv:.,i ll.u. in Kaiiua, ahu. All of wnich were
"f-KH .r Tt'B Iut.
On m..ti., .4 Mr. aVtr. iUt. ,u.., , th. Jlty V l4 ui
np tn- majority and now r ty r. -porta .,f th- t . n.inrtt ti...
Ju Ih .arv. ou tl.e au:.j-ct .. n:oii ,r:. practic.i.ir m-d:
Mr. rl-Urr niovr.l Itl tl.e tn-.l-.rla- -,t-.l;e. ti.l It,- ..,l
I'r"l"'l r,y -Mr. lire., f, tl,,, t.j,., , ,,. in
l-hate -r.aue.1, in which M-ara. l.r-t.., K..i..akau. Kaiama atl
vv i.lem.tnn ta part, a-.i l..t!, r- p-Tta . f the con.n.ittee wr.
'. "i (a-.ie.
31r. K tf.ular.ui r-a I a Mil to pr. v-M o..irri-l lr.tia fr.
ilea-rtinir ea.:h other. A rv;-.rl . u th.i su' j-t 1 1 y tl.e Comnutt.
"'r -o-iM iary waa a:ao tak-n up f .r co:.., . -ration.
1 t,e r.
H-.ri waa a-ivcrae lo aoy t.jcl Ut. Mr. t I .and- rU ne waa in
favor of th- r--.rt and although h- ayi:.,;h:.--. witi th- who
f-lt the net--a,ity .f such a law. y-t lie tii-.ui.-ht it impoa-ubir Pi
frame a loll p. r-n.e.y thed-Ptt. untt.e .,ihr haul, he
was m f.ttor of allowing lni.'.a.'i.l ami -ae to b-d.vorr-fl tn -a-of
l;a.i.'reen.ent, an.1 t' at they .i...uUl la- all .w I t.. if. t n..uT!e.
artit iTim:-I:ate!y. M-ra. Mah-e-. ;rti and K.pi. pra-d
the r - -t. a'Hl it waa laid on the tthi-. 1 h- oriirinal bill waa
h-n Mr. 'irerii move.l i.j Uy .,u tfc,e tal.te, fn account of
some iir-.- jIarity In tl.e w .i :,t.x th .- I.. 11. I 'a-ri.nl.
In r -tnnott-e f the wr.o.e, 31r. Kim lvn ii.tr' lic-.I a reylu
linn aa f .ll-.wa : T.'i.it the ha:n-r of C'i.n.in..-rc- !- r. pirat-.l i.,
(tive V ihia ll.,u-ae. their eatimatea nf the pr-.l al.l-- ain-aint of
r -ala L Ix nue(te.l f.,r tl- ne xt two -ara. The re tutiou
a a-c-.ml-d .y Mr. Mct'ulir. w),n ..j;...r-..,l ii,-,;,..ri I v
aittinr that wlnl- the r-p..rt .'ttw Mini-t-r f lnoin - waa re-Ceiv-.l
with the greatest r-a-ct, yet the opuu .nof the itti.rti-ra
thetn. ;ve, i,i r-r n.uch n-.r- r- l.a.!e than U.a! f ii.ni. It
ia of the rr-atat inieartarw-e tliat te- inrorii- ari-uiK fr atn the
Cuatom 11-uae 1! aa near.y ac.-rt.i.i.c 1 aa pom!.!-, that the
Iloiiae may lat jruiile.1 cirectly in tr.Tan.R out the ap.ppr.alion
Tlie reacl'itw.n waa tr.rialr op-..d l,y Mr. 3Vrl.ater. on tl.e
frrouri'l that it waa ua-leaa. and titlsit!. tl.e dnr:;itv of ll.e HoU-,
to aak ailvu.-e of the han.la-r of fon.iner. . " Mr. .Mi-f.'uily
OirwH the resolution, ao as to remove Mr lV-b-ter" princi
pal .l,j-ction. Trie r-atlu'ion. aa thut anieivM, wa supa.rt-d
by .M-aars. 31cCui;y arid hreen, ami opp.-,1 l.y r
ter. Uid'-niarin ami K tiaua. Mr. l-il ln.. mov.al to refer the
res-.Iiitioo to the Committee on f inance. Mr. McCully. opp-d
the motion. Mr. KiUmn, then n.oved to lay on the tahle,
which was carr.ol, and the llouar adj..urnei.
It K-ntT. May 2A.
Prayer. 3li:iutes r-ail and appr.vn. Tne Pi--aktr r-ad a
conimtinication from the !l'u-.e of Not.l---, ar.ri'rtinr:r.i; th-d.-ath
of J. W. K. Maikai. .rie ot trt- niemiM-rs .f that luaiy. wiio whs
aluo formerly a Memla-r of th- lloua..- of K-prea-ntatives. On
motion of 31r. Widemanri, tlie llooae paaaed the u.iUal resolulioits
of condolence, and adjourned till Wi.-diiea.lat.
Ten !ny Laler
From CalU'oriiia and ll.e lni.
By the arrival of the Japanese s'earr.tT A'ii'
marrah, on Ihe 23.1, an-J the clipper ship Fly in i
.Mift on the U-Sth, we receive.! Pn Fruncibco 1 ites
to I;iy 12th, New Yrk lates (telepraphic) to April
liSth, anil LonJon datw (telefr:i hic) to April 1&.
The news howevt-r, is very unsatisfactory.
Tlie nomination of Senator Iloiiglas was consiJpreil
certain ; at all event hi.- suj porters Controllc-J the
Iern-ratic Convention at Charleston.
The rep.rt of the prize fight in Kiigl.in.l for the
Cbiknpionhip was gcncTttlly believel iu Pan Fran
citwo to have Keen lioxs, got up somewhere at the
EiW ati'l telegrapheil on to Calif.. ruia.
The mcrt prominent cui'lM ttfi for riomin ition at
Chicago, are Senator 5ewaJ, Kdward l?ates, ami
There are sai.l to le forty-one tliotisan'l men ein
ployel upon boots an-l tthoes in Ma-aaichusetts, anl
about five thou-an 1 workinen in Lynn, livery eighth
man in the State is a sti'ieniaker.
A Time-B ill," callel, has been phice-l on the
New York Custom Hotife. An iron staff, o'l feet in
length, is erected, and on this a lare hollow ball,
six feet high, placed. At nfion precisely, as tele
jTraphcl by tbe Superintendent of the Astronomical
Observatory at Albany, the ball drops, markiug
Mexico. Advices from Vera Cruz, are to the
10th April. Miramon arri-l at Hie Capital on
the "th, with from 1,V" to l.b') men. No impor
tant events ha'l transpired. Minimi n had sent
bitter letter to Secretary C:tj.s rt l ttive to the captured
The challenge of Mr. Chantliers. the Thames row
ine charnpiun, to the world, h is leen accepted by
Joshua Ward, the celebrated Newburgli otrsniau.
The match is to be rowe-1 at Newburtfh, N. Y., dur
ing the month of June, July or August, for XoDO a
ti le, Mr. Ward allowing his o portent JCIiJ ex jn.'uaes.
The Fnulisii Tkie Fh;iit. The threat fijiht be
tween J. C lleenan, (the Ueiiici i lt-y,") and
Tom Sayers, (the " champion of Kiizl.md,") took
place early in the nioning of the 17th April, at
Finn Borough, near Allerahot. The fight lasted two
hours and f'tx minutes. Thirty-nitie rt unds were
fought, when the pei.p'e rushe-l into the rail, and the
referees were crowded out. The pugilists were then
ordered to desist fighting by the referees.
Sr. Lorn, Situnlay. April 1'. The Charleston
Convention has teen in aesnion four days. In the
Convention the Ifougtas men have thus far carried
every point. The test vote of 8trenj;th was on the
rule allowing in lividail members, w'len not instruct
ed, to vote separately. On a motion to lay on the
table the vote stood as follows : Mas-ichu; e?t, G ;
Pennsylvania. 11 ; Delaware, l.J ; Maryland, CA ;
Virginia, 15; North Carolina, 7 ; S uth Carolina, 8;
Georgia. l'J; Florid i. 3; Alabama, '.; Louisiana, C;
Mississippi. 7; Texas, 4 ; Arkansas, I, of one vote ;
Missouri,:!; California, ; Oregon, S total, 101.
All tbe rest l.2.
It was also determine 1 to settle the Platform be
fore balloting for candid nes. Upon this an intense
excitement arose. The Committee on Platform, by
one majority, reported a strong anti-Douglas plat
form, while two minority reports have been made. It
is upon this point that the fight is now going on ;
and the 1 itest dispatch s-iys that the principal mi
nority report will receive 1S' votes, and le adopted.
Incidental to this, it is snnoiinced that the delega
tions from five southern States will withdraw, and
nominate Jefferson I;ivis, with Get. J..-e Lane or
Fernanda Wool for Vice President. The secession
would remove any doubt of tho nomination of Doug
las, with isrhar Stevens of Georgia, or Johnson, of
Tennessee, f...r Vice President.
The excitement yesterday at Charleston was in
tense. A large crowd assembled in front of the hotel
last evening, lirtening to disunion speeches. They
rushed into the hotel of the New York delegation, and
were driven out by the police.
The friend. of Di.iiji! is predict his nomination to
day CJSth April). He has 1:J of the New York dele
gation ; and they calculate on his gaining some -0
votes by tbe adoption of the individual voting rule.
Kurspran I virilize ncr.
The steamer .linerirn, from Queenstown. Ireland,
on hih April, arrive! at Halifax on the :lst April.
Heenan was arrested near , Derby, on tbe
morning of GohI Friday. He was kept in custody
until the 7th, when he appeared before the magis
trate. i he (irrnt EiisU-rn would, it was sai I. be ready
to sail in June, nn.l would accompany the sijua Iron
of the Prince of Wales, flopping at Portland.
The Kngli-sh and French treaty c .ntinued to le
much approved in its practical on; ration.
In ten or twelve days, the inhabitants of Savoy and
Nive were to have voted by universal suffrage ou the
question of annexation to France.
The Secretary of Sir-linia has leen exiled.
The Ambassadors of Kngland an 1 France, at Flor
ence, had taken down their escutcheons.
The otficial journal of the Two Cities contains dates
to the oth u'f.. front Sicily, that an insurrection in
Messina had been surprese l after an obstinate bat
tle in the s'reefs and houses.
The diJerences fetweeii France and Switzerl and in
relation to Savoy have leen placed in the hands of
the great Powers, though it is d-ubtful whether a
Conference would assemble. Kngland and Prussia,
however, consent to Switzerland's demand for a Con
ference, and Iluasia had leplied ftvoriblv.
II.il! ding upon the annexation to France wa
proceeding with gret enthusiasm in Nice. A large
affirmative majority was certain.
Sicily was in a stiteof insurrection.
Avesa, where a popular demonstration has been
rua !e in favor of Victor Emanuel, wris in a Mage t f
The nppearance of the great comet of Charles the
Fifth, in August, has been announced by a Dutch
The IrLlN liCK-riox. It would appear that the
Italian annexation question has been well nigh set
tled. The principal powers have consented to tie
wishes of Napoleon. They had all replied to France
relative to Sovoy and Nice, the following bein the
substance of their notes :
Kussia. says that so long as the right t f the people
to select rulers is not put forward by France, ar, 1
that as the pre-ent change d.es not affect the b t'ance
of Kur-'pe. what Sardinia may do with Savoy is to
bu-'.ness of hers.
Prussia says that, as the Kmperor f France for
mally disavows the doctrine of natural frontiers tbe
transfer of Savoy is no business of hers.
Austria declares that she certainly does not ap
prove of any annexation cf the kind, but as Kurope
stuol by when other annexations were effected, she
does not see what she has to lo with the annexation
Great Britain is snspicious; rz irds the annexaf.i n
as n act of bad faith, but thinks it a too trifling
matter to rjuarrcl alajut.
Switzerland, as a matter of course, protests again-t
After all, the Italians seem to have wen a suli
Stantial gain through the instrumentality of Napole
on a gain which, if widely improved, may complete
ly lestore their independence.
The rmferLT of Austria waa about to visit Queen
The Sultan of Turkey has recalled mer Pasha
Good relations between France and England were
I (Correspondence of the Pacific Cuminerc'r.I A lr.-rtia-T.!
Contract for the Hospital.
' Mr. Editor: Weleirn from the papers that the
' contract for the carpenter work on this building has
been given to Mr. C. H. Lewer?, for the sum cf 613,
V)0, but at the same time the building has been
re-l'j.o-d ot.e-sixth, that is, ten feet I. tve been taken
cut cf each wing, to bring it in proj'vrtiofi to this
reduction in amount of tender from that primarily
ma I? by him, f,r the building in its original dimen
sion", which tender was 11, ISO, or thereabouts.
We knew nothing of this reduction which was made,
nor had we any information sent us by those in whose
ban la this duty was placed, that new tenders under
' the decrease would l e received, and we consider great
injustice w is done us, and to Ihe public at large, by
whose subscription this noble charity is to beerected,
by thus throwing it into tue huils of one party, to
have it all h:s own way. We devoted our time to the
. making estimates for the tender fur tbe original build
ing, an 1 would gladly h ive done so fur it under its
reduced size, hil we known of it; and although it i9
now too late, perhaps, in this instance, fr our protest
- to be of any avail, it may suffice to let the public
know that there are other carpenters in Honolulu,
besides the fortunate cbtaiuer of the present contract
'. far the yuetn's Ho-piul.
W'e are yours respectfully,
Johnson & Allen.
J Tbe Hawaiian IJible.
Mr. Editor : Your recent strictures on the Ha
! waiiau version of the Bible, as also the rejoinder of
' your correspondent C," Lave been read with no
i little interest.
The critic is not the only one on Hawaiian soil who
I has far many years had a painful sense of the need
I this people have of a version greatly improved iu its
i dicrioii and truer to the origiua'.s.' Doubtless there
i are many who sympathize with him iu this feeling.
1 While holding this view, however, why may not one
: still rejoice with ' C." that we have so good a
j transl ttiou of the Book of Life ?" Certainly; so I re
'joice. And, u-ere no better version attainable, not
j withstanding " the painful sense of need, "one might
i well be content with the Hawaiian translation in its
preseut state, just as we shoulu rejoice in the Vul-
gate and Doiiay vcrsious, were nothing more nearly
like the originals practicable. But is a doubt ad
i missible that a Hawaiian version can be had truer to
the originals? The .llcertiser thinks not, and in
, that conviction I am happy to be your humble ser
' vant. Surely the persistent retention of blunders iu
( translation, or of awkward phraseology, can never
1 make those errors truthful, or uncouth Hawaiian
I idiomatic. Let us by all meat a have a Hawaiian
i Bible u3 perfect as we are able to make it. It will,
! even then, have sufficient imperfections and what
' human pr.xluction litis not ? The Protestant Mission
j owe it to themselves and to this people, as well as to
j the cause of sound letters, to leave a translation,
j which, so far as may be, shall be to the Hawaiian
j vernacular what the English translation Las been to
! that language.
On all these grounds, if on no others, a fearless,
j pains-taking revision is justly expected of us. Fear
; lest, because our aim is, as it ever has beeu truth,
, and truth only. And we know, moreover, that the
book contains neither designed nor radical error of
doctrine iu any form, nothing in short, that could
i lea 1 any houest inquirer astray cn auy of the
! distinguishing doctrines of salvation. On this point
I we may challenge the critical scrutiny of any every
J The errors in the work are of minor consequence,
1 aud yet of couscquence so grave, and withal so nu
merous, that no one with a smattering even in the
, original languages, can rest satisfied until at least all
available skill shall have beeu exhausted in the effort
, to correct them. But here we are met with the for-
; mid ible announcement thai the objections w hich
would prevent a revision of, or a new translation far,
the Etiglish lie also, thoug i with dimiuisheJ force,
against a thorough revision of the Hawaiian. Rather
' a thick crust of conservatism this, it must be ac-
: knowledge!, to Lave farmed and cooled over us in less
than a quarter of a century ! I hail supposed we
were hopefully progressive in our Biblical Hawaiian
studies rather looking toward a stite, both in phi
lology and hermeneutics, which might be regarded as
satisfactory, rather than as having attained thereto !
But rea'ly are there any grounds of comparison
between th? two versions ? Just look at the circum
staucis under which they were severally translated.
On tbe one hand we have forty-seven men picked
from an entire nation distinguished far its achieve
ments in every department of learning, iu an age
abounding iu great men, and at a period, too, when
the study of theology was the universal and leading
pursuit.' These men, moreover, were all eminently
distinguished far their piety aud for a profound
acquaintance with the original tongues. To tnis
remarkable body of men, the translation into English
was committed. In carrying out the enterprise, all
available helps were placed at their disposal, and
that no possible care should be wanting, the com
pany was divided into six classes ; and to each indi
vidual of a particular class was in the first instance
assigned the entire portion committed to his class.
Then the readings were discussed by the clays assem
bled together, and by them adopted. Thus approved
by tlie company to which it had been allotted, each
portion of the translation was revised and approved
by each of the other five classes, in its time. Besides
all this, the translators were authorized, in cases of
: great difficulty, to seek aid from any of the learned
men in the kingdom.
Now it is submitted, that by no possible means
could more perfect arrangements have been made to
secure the object iu view a large company of tlie most
thoroughly skilled men, with all possible helps, aud
uti'ier the most pet feet arrangements, to render the
t rig iuals into English, their own vernacular. Now,
a p'iori, we should say the translation would be per
fect. And such it actually was, to the extent of
huia iu ability. No other translation of the Scrip
tures, we are sure, has approached this iu accurate
filelity to the original text. And yet, let it be re-ma.-ked.
twenty-five years subsequently, the whole
translation was submitted to a searching revision.
Now need we wonder that a translation made
' un ler these extraordinary circumstances should be
regarded as having fixed" the English language ?
or that upon so imposing a structure the mosses and
ivies of two and a half centuries should have con
spired to compel the profoundest veneration !
But turn the tables and we have a small body of
men, few of whom ever claimed preeminence in a
knowledge of the Greek and Hebrew, harassed with
the multifarious duties inseparable from the mis
sionary t.ffice among a heathen people with a very
limited apparatus suited to the necessities of the case
with no jwissibility of frequent mutual consultations
with no means of contemporaneous revisions, and
with n acknowledged umpires who might solve pecu
liar difficulties we have, I say, this catalogue of
negatives, with which to transfer the word of God
from the originals, with all fidelity, into idiomatic
II lwaiian a barbarous language, which they them
selves had but just rendered to writing, and with
which they could hardly have la?en more than imper
fectly ac luainted.
Now we indeed "rejoice that we have so good a
translation," and cannot but regard it as a monu
ment of enduring honor to its founders. But need
we marvel that it is not perfect .' And shall we con-
: ccal the fact that it is marred by serious blemishes ?
' And furthermore, sha'.l we doubt that the past
twenty-five years have accumulated reasonable
grounds of belief th.it a considerable portion of these
blemishes may at length e removed, and that ly the
mutual consent of a'.l interestel? For one, I would
1-e'iei.e not. B.
rn: ruriTs, Ac.
AX l ItlUI.I.IK. UliKKN COUX.
I I . . .
i.iiii , ii. tin. in 1..IK r a !! i.
Kn,:l:sh pie Iruits, pickles in keija and boltka.
A lar(re assortment "f Mores, f. r ship and family u-e. Fur
sale by 1:MI) 11. W. KKANC'K.
KI1TTLKS. X e.
K V V It V 1 A X S. ST K V.V K KT-
t oilce li -.iKt, jail, rs' tin i-ota aud pans,
Stove linings, i'ur sale by
II. W. SEYEKANCK.
The liudxel Illustrated by a Scene from
llaiulc-l, I'riare of OeniuurU.
lltvLirr (J amUrman in (c )jm4 Financr Depart.
II. KiTio i Hi t.imJ, iyp'i'J. to Le in the tmpirting
line oj 6li9i -.)
Malt. tLLts (Anrlhrr friend unii jtnral dealer.)
Oaosr Sf tie drfunrt principle nf prvtrction to naZue
Il.r. Look, my Lord, it comes !
jm. An-rels aril ministers ot grace defend us !
Be th- u a spirit cf health, or gobiiu damn'd.
Bring with thee airs from heaven, or blasts from hell,
Be thy intents wicked or charitable.
Thou cotu'st in such a questionable shape,
That I will speak to thee; What may this mean,
That thou, dead corse again, in complete steel,
Kevisit'st thus the glimpses of the moon,
Making night hideous; and we fools of nature,
So horridly to shake our disposition.
With thoughts beyoud tue retches of our souls ?
Say whv is this ? "wherefore ? what should we do ?
far." It beckons ycu to go away with it,
As if it some impartmeut did desire
To v ou alone.
.for-. I-t,jk w'uh WU!it -'t'utecu", action
It waves you to a more removed ground :
But lo not go with it.
II, r. No. by no means.
Jl,m. It will not speak ; then" 1 will fallow it.
ifar. Do not my lord; what if it tempt you toward
Or to the dreadful summit of the cliff.
That beetles o'er its base into the sea ?
And there assume some other horrible farm.
Which might deprive your sovereignty of reason,
And draw you into madness ? think of it :
The very place puts whims of desperation,
Without more motive into every brain
That looks so many fathoms to the sea,
And hears it roar beueath.
IIam. It waves me still :
Go on, I'll fallow thee.
.Mar. You shall not go, my lord.
Ham. Holl off your hands.
far. Be rul'd, you shall not go.
yfam. My fate cries out,
And makes each petty artery in this body
As hardy as the Nemeau lion's nerve.
Still am I call'd ; unhand me, gentlemen ;
(Breaks from them.
By heaven I'll make f ghost of him that stops my way;
Go on, I'll fallow thee.
(Exeunt Ghost ami Hamlet.
Jlur. lie waxes desperate with imagination.
Mar, Let's follow; 'tis not tit thus to obey him.
Jlor. Have after; To what issue will this come ?
Mar. Sometninir is rotten in the Stitje of Denmark.
Jlur. Heaven will direct it.
jf,,r. Nay let's follow him.
Tt- X- S1MOW,
Shipping and loii:iaisioii .Merchant,
iioNoiiiTi,r, o.viir, ii. I..
OCFKUS KOU FOIt SAI.K, AT THE bOW
rT MARKET KATES, the following assortment of mer-clianiiis---:
White I.ini ti Handkerchief:1,
Uluc Flannel Suits,
Ladi. s Kidin; Gauntlets,
' HAVENS DCCK,
White Wi.t-r ltottles,
Sen Cr.ickery Ware,
Cratos Crocltcry Wnro,
lluy State Lantern, lioxcs G!33,
Tried Apples, China Kicc, Carolina Mice,
COFFEE FROM TITCo.M It's IL.VNTATIOX.
Kxtrn Prime I'urli.
LOAF Pl'GAK, CUmiEDSrii.VK, NAVY LREAD, HAMS,
Ground ivpis r.
MATS OP Till. r.MTI'.D STATUS.
Pocket Knives. Jack Knives, bajra Shot, Ik.xcs Needles, Silver'd
Hitls, Measuring Tapes,
SOLAK LAM I CHIMNEYS, Do. LAM I WICKS, N'os. 12.
Holts House 1'ajier.
Iron 15etllenta. Our 'nliiu Tit tile.
Large Compasses, CopK-r rumps, l! at t'i inpiiss.-s. Door Mats.
FAIRHANK'S I'l.ATKHiSM SCALES,
" (niiicKU's "
CO I N I L K "
Lewis & Brother's pure White Lead,
1 .icitic Co. Extra White Lead,
Keg's Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint,
Cans Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint.
Top S til.a.
ANC1UKS AST. CHAINS.
BRUSSELS C A 1 1 V ETING .
One sup. Patent Force Tump,
ItaUimore Cune-seat Chairs,
Assorted Shelf Hardware.
Hrand's Whaling Guns,
One Itrown's Whalinjr Gun and Irons, one set iron strap
Cu'titn: IIIocks. with chain pendants. Mincinir Machines, lloat
Anchors, Iron Howl.a?ks, superior New liedford Whaleboats.
Oil, CASKS AM) SIIOOKS.
Oak Tlank. li, and 1 ' inch,
rite naaorlm'1 Mauiln nntl Hemp Cortlnjje.
Coniioai:ion Sheathinp Naila,
Composition Coppering Nails,
Ki'-s Cut Nails.
MARZETTl'S POIITFR. SALTS Hl'RToN ALE,
quarts and pints, quarts and pints,
FET LEY'S ALE, pints, HALES CCKLEu HAIR,
Indian v, p.talle Hitters, Essence Wi.nnil,
Cherry Cordial, Siouu-hton's Hitters,
Hot Drops, Essence Tepcrniiiit.
White Straw Hats.
ISrown Straw Hats,
Drub Mraw Hats,
A SMAI.I. ISVUICK OF
SCI'KKIOK STEEL K.Vti 11 A V1XGS.
T-tf Ac., Ac. Ac.
.TuW l K C K I V
EX AMERICAN HARK
7V7"ixilxixx,toix Allston I""
Cnpt. :k. i.. woiins.
AND FOR SALE UY THE I'NI'ERSIGN ED :
AS II OAKS. ASSORTED S1ZKS,
K'.lls t.im-d sln-athin' paper,
I-.-S of y.'Iloi met il,
N. sts p,i;n:. .1 l-u' i.-ts.
llarr. Is Tarks Island salt.
Hox. s salt water s .a,
K'-cs water cra.'li rs.
Tins waf. r l'r--a.l.
Tins w in r cr ii h' rs.
This oj sf.-r crackers,
Tins I u:t. r i ra.'K' rs,
Tins ciiii:er snaj-s,
Tins iihIk l-r' ad,
Tins juni l-l.-s,
Ca?as nifhum hr.-ad,
Ca-ks pilot bread.
Oak tim r. assorted sii s,
SiiL-ar k' t s and staves,
K.-l'S camion powder,
C;i.--s riti-- powder,
Ss-winc III lelunes.
T,tit l"..ir !-..
50 M Manila chen-.;..
1;k M II n ana shapnl.
New I'.olf.Td whale ts ais.
C. BREWER ir CO.,
ci$-tf Market Whar f
EY EXPRESS FR 1M
2XT 313 t7" YOIIK,
Clipper Bark " Yankee ! "
VXD OTHER LITE ARRIVALS Sl'PE-r;-T
al.ite tarlton -nihroidered c liars. ruches.
Chenille tuts and head ilresse-. . - ra !i.-s.
Clouds, eleuant rilds.ns, h-.r. new styl..- ;
llonii 't frai:i-, ni ro r Kntli-h crii-', white di,
French Kow.-rs. motirninc do, !a-? veils. M aimers,
Hlark in n rit 1 11 1 1 ice. -j.tted I. i.e. ri.liiar hats,
Hlack elv-et-. la-r;Lj:e dresses, p.-plm do.
Tinsel and Mack railroml canvas, tinx-1 wix.l.
Patterns f r same, v rstel ntai.-a, children's hats
Oraaii.lie nai-l.ns. .1 hi h-k ta'd. linen, towelinc,
Sui-n.-r lord's eye diaj-r. piaii-M-overs.
Tale c.-vera, la.iie-." radians. s:l -in -hi:?.
A lid tk jirral vnririr ol Cloiha for Grnllrmrn
nncl liot'a Clothing.
For sale l.y (J0T-:ini) H. DIMOND A SON.
HONOLULU I BOSTON PACKETS!
vtC- WTHfiE I'lSTATCHED sTt-
FKOM 1JOSTON :o IHimiulV IV M A V
AM) V.PTEMBER I
Or oftcner, if in-luvxnier.s-jtTtr. Frkh.ht t'en xt love?
Ratks. and particular Mention paid to the tl'iing of or
ders, shipment of r-chinery and other tndae.
Agents is Hostos... .. .Messrs. W. Ttiwis i Co.
AuEST IS lloNOLttC . ... J. C. Spaliuno. 153
S A IJ D w i; E ISLAND
StHTT- ONLY REGI LAR Me FROM THE U. S. sfvTr.
FIRST t'4SS SHIPS
Will he despatched HJarte. from Commercial Wharf,
Boaion. iu the nt'-.tiths f .rcb. Mny or Juue.
September mid lerem.r.
For farther particulars sec sni advertisements in daily
paKTrs of the afs.ve months.
For freicht or passage to, or dr., on Honolulu. i ilv to
r-audwi.tianj a-'Ket OSoe.
' lu:ncrcial Wharf, Huston.
B. F. Saiw, - - Honolulu.
Sutton Co. - - New York.
Cook Jt Snow, - . New Hedford.
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS HlyEEN HONOLULU
AN U SAN FRAXClo.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Vhandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuahle parcels, to alftrts f tne
UNITED STATES. CANADA td EUROPE.
The A pents at Honolulu sell Hills of ExT, ;n sums t,i suit
on Wells Faiyo Co., San Francisco York. Also
Wells, FarjM A; Co.'s franked V. S. Go,!In,.nt enveopes,
which pass free over the California and MpnlMi an,i 0V(.r
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to Ne.-or.
Commissions and collections promptly atr,! to
Oct. 1. lsiti-tf. K. L.VXKS Airent.
pFrccmnii V Cu
TREASURE, FKEICJIIT, l'ACKAc& LETTER
33 x p r o s s
On the 5th and 20th of cacrollth.
-a- TO ALL PARTS 0-UE
iJLU ( nimilna nntl Et,pe,
COSSECIlNa IS SKW TOKK WITH THS AUKKIC A -BOPS A s Ex
PRESS COXP1SV TO KL'BOPE.
Gold nrsT.coix ami m u. for
wanle.1 and insured on Open Policies, heldm the ltvat
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded S''m.ntnpj.f via
Panama and Nicnrairua, in charueof Siiecinl Mess.r3.
A Ss.-ial Express is made up by us for Panama. at Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal Jiorts of the weslt, of South
America, which is promptly forwarded b the Eiirkte!uni.rs
leavinir Panama on the 14tli and AH It of each montl
XT Cilh-ctions made, anil all orders peri.iiiiiii.tOjjtjmat(,
Forwarding and Express business, attended to wikspatch.
A. P. EVEUETT, - - - - lIo:rjLC.
121 Montgomery street, San FrvA;C0.
xNoticc to Masters k On ners of c
THE rxnERSIUXEl) KEG I.EE
C.f to aim ounce to masters ol whale ships, and the , jc
2' ' Keneral, that th-y have suc-ecled in leasing fi.,e
Frencli Uovernment at Tahiti, the railway and heaving n
premises, includiuii storehouses, etc., etc.. and are now prt,j
to execute repairs with dispatch and at lower rates than a,
other port in the Pacific. OWEN A GOODING
W. A. AjLBBICII
OFFERS FOR SALE,
JUST RECEIVED EX
ALES AMUSKKAG DEXIMS,
Do Arctic do,
Do Excelsior do,
Do Shetneket do,
Cases Excelsior do.
Do Milforl do.
Do Pearl River do.
Do Massachusetts do,
1 case double and twisted cotton cass1j1ere,
Hales Ualtic sheetinc,
Cases blue drili,
Rales Siietucket shirting,
Cases Lancaster cinohams,
AVlllTE BED SPKE.1DS,
Cases white cotton turk.ii),
Casi- blue cotton thread, pins.
Cases Siietucket stripes, 29 iich,
Do blue cotton, o3 inch,
Do do all pink,
Do canary prints.
Do blue prints,
Hales Amnskeag tickings.
Do " C" lo.
Do Western State sheeting,
Men's palm leaf hats.
Men's black, brown, pearl and drab wool hat,-.
Cases Leghorn hats,
Cases long combs.
Xow. cliaice n ml deairnble pnllrrnsi &-4 and 4-4.
Boots and Shoes.
Cases men's thick brogans,
Do do kip do.
Do do thick h.ajts.
Do do i W. I. B. split brognnB,
Do do i W. L. B. ilo,
Do calf do.
BulT government envelopes,
Reams white ruled letter,
Reams blue ruled letter,
Reams white bill cap,
Reams blue bill cap,
Reams white foolscap,
Reams blue foolscap.
Do " sofas.
Settees, covered with enameled cloth,
Mahocany ea--y chairs.
Do recumbent chairs,
Do parlor do
1 chamber sett eoaipletCa viz.:
1 bureau, 1 bedstead, 1 commode, 1 teapoy,
4 chairs, 1 sewing chair, 1 towel Stan. 1.
Wood office chairs with cushions.
Oak arm ollice chairs, cane seat,
Mahogany center tables.
Do do do marble top,
I.j side Inwards,
Do whatnots, 5 shelves,
Do do 6 do.
e No. 6 men's ho;
ltf Wl.ipS, rUsset hi
Cases Tennessee No. 6 men's hoskin saddles,
Groces raw hide whips, ru..-et hndl- .
Hardware and Woodenware
Cases charcoal irons,
Cases Collins' .;ndl"d axes.
Cases Hunt's handi.-d axes.
Cases varnished a-.d finished 2:n. Vermontox bows.
Cases varnised und lini-hed 2in. N. H. ox bows,
Cases asst.l nualilies axe handles.
Jacket lamp. 2 tube and feeder,
Shet t ZI1IC,
Casks a.td N'os. shot, 1. 2. 3, 4, B. BI1, BUB,
Keanis sand pa!er,
lirge c-al lilies,
Brit, swing lamps.
Whalemen's j.-cket knives.
Casks nails, assorted,
Stuves. complete, N.ai. 6, 7 an.1 S,
Dujamt's Ust rirle gunpowder,
Cases sail twine,
Nests painteil Hlngham bu. ke'g,
Br.ms and I .mom brushes.
Lewis' Pure Ground Lead, full
CASES PUKE ZINC, WHITE.
Tierces suH.-nor hams, (in dry salt.)
Barrels Carolina ri.-e,
Boxes saltwater s..ap.
Barrels Soft sle il almonds.
lOO BARRELS PILOT KREAI). 206-4 1
FIKEXVOOII ! I'lKKWOOl)
rfvlIE I XllERsKiXEi) KKEI'S OX HAXD
ft. a f ill supply of hit iv. vl from the different islands, which
will be sold at the lowest rales.
m-tr II. XV. SEVERANCE.
HY JOHN Fa COLHl JtN
Oa SATl -RDIV.JI XE ?.t tOoVlk. A. M.,
Pry i.xHis, Cl.-thins.
Crus:ied Sj tr. Brown da.
Pie Fruit. Wiciiiint,
ij.ery, I us, MamU Cifrars.
v v-tj aic, aj t-ortcr, c Cider, Ac.
Secretary, Tables, Chairs.
O.V.E SrPFRIOIi BR.1SS FOJiCK PUMP
sme- l.oi t. ullai Prrrbn Hoar.
one hop.sk. bi:g.y and harness.
OA; HORSE cart.
Globe ColTto Saloon !
THE rMIERSir.XKIl limniifv.
. vL-rrtt and Kt.rRESU.MEM SAUiO.V,
Fort street, nearly opposite Odd Fellows' 1UH.
where he will ne li.ioi.v t,, ,... i.;- r-;.... i
nil s;.are no pains to please tl.cm.
ir xne itir,i Strvs-aor C'horolnlr prepar,Mat
a few minutes notice.
v-u.-ti; F. W. LORE.
.It A. D. Cartwrilit's Feed Store.
IIIESII Kl'CKWll EAT KLOI R. IX 85
M. lt. sacks just received jkt Yankee," and for sale at the
Fort street, near Hotel street.
T1IIE IXDERSIGXEI) HAS OX II A X I)
sunp.y of superior island tar.ned le.nh. r i ....i n...i
by a tirst-rate pracucil tanner. The assortment consists of sole
-... , ie.n,er. sau.iie icainer, calf skins, poat skins, and
,ur a; iQe reeu ?tore. Fort street, near Hotel
A. I). CARTW RIGHT.
gKESH CALIFORXIA IIOMOXY, 3 SIZES
. up lor mmiiy use in 10 in. sacks. For sale at the
10 lb. sacks. For sale at the
1 EE I) STORE.
F'ort street, near Hotel street.
C ALlFOItX I A It V E FI.OI K .1X1)
M. MEAL, put up for family Uje in lit )h. itAiLai
For sale at
Fori street, near Hotel street.
IIIESH CAI.IEOHXIA PARI X A . I l"T II'
for family use iu 10 lb. sacks. For sale at the
Fort street, near Hotel street.
11 RES 1 1 (ALIFORXIA RICE FMIl'R
. put up for family use in 10 lb. sacks. For sale at the
ori, FEED STORE,
-m Frt street, near Hotel street.
IKESII CORX AXD WHEAT MEAL. IX
--. ouns. rwr Mit- at me rr-r.l MilllK
-Os-im Kort street, near Hotel street.
CAXARV. MILLET A X 1 A R HEX SEEDS
.. , .T Sa M U' FEED STOR E,
J - t i ri stn-f-r nnr 1 1 . t..i dK
ITRESH CALIFORXIA "RODEGA" P0TA
toes aud Tomlier seed sweet potatoes for sale at the
Fort street, near Hotel street.
. aud Rayi
CALIFORXIA WHITE KEAXS
os, received per "toinet ' for sale ut the
Kort street, near Hotel stree
CIDER VI X EG A It:
BARRELS llRE CIDER VIXEC AR, PER j
- ashington AUstou," for sale by
E. O. HALL.
rjssKS. IXGOLS A XI) STAXLEV ARE
-- j uun auiuiiriim aceuts ounnir mv MOeneM Irnn. Ih
(205-5t) S. IURTER FOR D, M. D.
rMIE I XDERSIGXED UEGS LEAVE TO
JL inform his friends, and the ladies particularly, that he has
euio.e.1 ins piace oi ousiness irom Hotel street to the premises
on Fort street, mauka of Mr. W. N. Lad I's Hardware Store,
formerly occupied by Smith and Pickering as an Ice Cream
Saloon, where he holies to receive a continuance of the patron
age heretofore so hlicraHy bestowed upon him.
XT Mrs. C. will, as usual, be in attendance.
$. P. -Orders from Udies in the country wiU he promptly a,
EXPECT IXC TO RETCRX TO THIS
kingdom by the 1st of October next, 1 have apoinled
Mr. A. I una to a-t for me under Power of Atbirnev durintr my
8l,"c- CHARLES LAKE.
Lahaina, April 21, 1SC0. 2()6-6tn
Just Ileceived, ex " Hero."
3MOKEII OREGO.Y UACOX,
California Cream Cheese,
Jenny Lind Cakes,
yuitrter boxes new Raisins, ex " Ida D. Rogers," to San
Francisco. For sale by
)4-3m SAM. SAVAGE.
PEUIO't CLOTH LIXEI KIM.GIES I
"TPs, THREE VERV EXTRA FI.MSII-
TpZ "J. received per bark " Washington Allt.jn"
for sale by (201-q) J. C. SPALDINU.
JAM IiS IaOC ItWftOD,
MAXI FACTIIIER AND DEALER IX
I in, Sheet Iron & topper Ware,
KAAUCMASL" STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.
Tiakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs, Foot
iu cnower nuns, tin aim f.nc tt'H.lmg, and a
general assortment of Tin Ware, -c.
' Work rirriiied Willi Xi-iilnras and
Fresh Molokai Butter !
31 VERS' D.IIRV !
, received and constantly for tinle by
"''' J. STEWARD, Grocer, Hotel street.
fl C. JONES, Jr.
J OPEXED A VARIETV STORE
. ON FORT STREET,
(iietween t aJ(, Kins, street!j ig ,,rppami to Upply the
wants ot n ll8 anj the .u,ic generally, in quantities to
Ult purcll... , Ul assortment ronatantlv on hand of I
oots nnd Shoes,
A LARGE VARIETY OP
-I ""'es I'"', invited to call and examina tl.a Sirw-lr
Filled at the L( MARKET RATKjj.
F A.y GOODS !
" RECEIVED PER
B Al. YANKEE !'
Pearl sh.rt bii,, '
1eirl ilresa . . V I
Best i. Ril' shanks,
Xlarsf:irr,n t'1"('I',' neeille,
' jd and fringe,
brie, black cre,
mbroidery silk, pins,
Kin and scarlet picture cord,
tered belt riblxms. asstd colors,
aan bill hooks and eyes,
Black blonde, dimity bands,
Boy's cotton hose.
La. lies' brown bloomers.
Col'd feather dusters,
"O-.Oin Ml Lvlies' Cflraets, etc.
-' - ."..CORRON, Cliaplain street.
TO THE LABok-,7oxijT
si t-vsns riiT-
J I ca!l the attention of V. E "i'?1'1',1.
..i.1,m., f s to their new and beautiful
BON N ETS u
CE AND DRAB FLATS
Straw trimmings. -lmmings.
White and buff marseilleg trimroinga.
Ruches ' an' ":rl calicoes.
Velvet riblKins, r"a collars.
Silk and cotton ela""" ba'"ls.
keletons. with 30, 25, 21, IS. , Lisle glove, fans, A-c
New Furnit store !
OX FORT :f:t
4 -v 1 1 Co s-m a; rT A
I t.'T Rrri'lVFI). ner i
I rrp.N ITI" RK. consist i n2 of n assortment of
Black walnut secretary and bxA-casc
Black walnut book-case.
Black walnut sofas.
Black walnut easy chairs
Complete painted ch:
Ila.r II 'Va.,
Alwavs on hand, an assortmein', si. .
s.sti ' V Hidure, con
Bedsteads, three sizes. ., at cc.
Tables, I T Ev -b.
XT X'arnishing and Repairing done with "c' tc'
ness. C. H prompt-
OIL 11 Y THE BARRE.
Ion. For sale by
1 w-t r
bv a. i. f.vi:ui:tt.
lU'al Estate on Merchant street
Foil SALE f
THE PREMISES K-XOWX AS TIIK
" 1!ui1 Head," tituated oa Merchsnl stirart. near Nuo
anu, a ttli a rawk e:itrHn.e fr.m Niimna af.t api,-
building is two Jtories, with a Hue cellar and water from Lfcr
government pia, a in crit Tli:e Title lev simple.
F t terms, Ac, apply to
" A. P KVKRETT.
K. O. HALL
I I .r--Ll S.r "E'EIVEI III THE -WASH-
J m I.IUIUJ ALU1W' thS folloain? m.-n-harvti.
Ship carpenters' broad axea and augers.
Pake pant, iron pots, coffee roasters.
Marking pots, pie and milk sui,
Hounei itlue, stair rods.
Ca.kiuf mallets, brass oorks.
Pruning chisels, hand vises.
Mouse and ni trap,
Sleitih bella, safety
fuse, nests coT'd tin paila,
Cork pullers, Emerson', razor
strop, carriage lamps, shot bells.
Violin strings, pearl buttons, parchment
enrelopc. patent ink stauda, red and blue in
cils, red ix-ucils, drums, eau de cologne, dust pans.
Chamber pails, priming s.tws, India ru liber cakes, sash
hruahtvi, meaauriu,; tapn. 3, 30, 4: 50, 60, 75 and 100 feet.
Glue brushes. Tarnish brushes, UMe brushes, marking brashes.
Glaziers' diamonds, plated oHc urns, stereoscopes with
vi.-ws, raw hides, whis, coopers' adzes, top r auls,
t ises, T hiiures, copp,-r tacks, broa.1 axe handles.
Pick and chisel handles, stelaants, cold chis
els, rivet setts, brass bu.ts.' eutt nippers,
Kanirod heali, Cham dog o liars, kar
Chains, calkin iroi.a, crow liars,
stwl pointed, cabmet files.
Flat bastard n!s. wood
rasps, (tun n.'pples,
Percussion caps, t orn , hellers, Sweeds Iron,
Cocoa handled butcher knivtsj, Dupont'a Kwder,
Plated tea, dessert and Uble Note, hill, letter and wrappinr
sisxins aud forks, i pttper,
Larpe assortment pocket knives.'Neais trutika, C. S. augers,
ltlue ink. potato hooks. Sash and blinds, lea.1 pipe,
Larue coffee mills ,W indow glass, Manila rope.
Plumbs and levels, 'I1iw harness, Douglas putnpi.
Force pumps, complete. Rides, etc., clc, etc.
Dry Goods, c.
Asatd dark prints, fast colors, Drown linen.
Worsted damask, Asatd ftiuvham.
All wool flannel, A.ipola tlanttel tapes,
Stella shawls, Cambric muslin,
Linen cambric, Kalmoral skirts.
C In Id s all wool plaid, Misses' merino bnse,
uneu h(c liU'CS,
Cords and tassels,
Heart a rnjfs.
tiro, oo turns.
Wliite marseilleg and brilliant, white and black crape,
mil- aim orown tame uamask, .iirxican mixture,
Challi and linen dn-ss robes, mosquito netting,
lllack and white silk sjiot lace, aaaorteil cottouades,
I'nrtain musliu and musliu curtains, 4-4 blue cotton.
White, black and magpie ruches, knit hoods,
Klack velvet ribbons, wide, silk and cotton umbrellas,
4, i and 6 quarter sheetings, hickory shirts.
White and blue cotton thread, embroidered collars.
Oil cloth, machine and glace thread, embmideretl silk,
Sewing silk, embroidered cotton, crochet cotton, etc.
La.li. s ki.l slippers and Congress gaiters.
'i.:i i , . .
uii'ireu a bikm-s, a great variety.
Misses' slippers, gaiters and loots.
White wine vinegar, curry powder.
Farina, corn starch, table salt.
Wheelbarrows, bush hooks, hay rakes.
Spades, shovels, grain shovels, hoes,
Rakea, ox yokes, hay cutlers, P. L. hatu,
Boys' brown aud black wool hats,
biases' and ladies brown bloomers.
Asst.! caps, lamp globes and chimneys.
Churns, brooms, nests measures.
Wooden bowls and trays, jute mats,
ituiter moulds and stamps.
Wooden SKions, camp stools.
Children's dining chairs,
Caue aud wood rockers.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, White Varnish,
ii-ueiiim nru, iteu Lena, zinc White,
Chrome ('rcen, dry and in oil. Tin
T.ril.b Ne.t foot oil!"
. E. WILLIAMS
WOULD RFSPECT FULLY INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
VI HIS FRIENDS
IAS OPENED A
THE PUBLIC THAT HE HAS OPENED A
3?" o x
E. O. Hall's
mmrHERE HE OFFERS FOR SALE
w assortment ci VH.VI TURK, consisting of
rtoa ami iiiauopany center tames,
Koa and pine dining, side and toilet tables.
Black walnut side aud corner whatnots, 5 and 6 shelves
Painted chamber setts, complete, wardrobes, links,
Koa and pine washstands, do do bureaus,
Do do bedsteads, hair mattresses,
Double and single cottage bedsteads.
Spring beds, double and single, koa side boards,
Sofas, lounges, settees, ottomans, footstools.
A VARIETY OP
Rocking, dining, office and parlor chairs,
Children's spring chairs, children's calm.
Children' carriages, different patterns.
Furniture of every Description Made and
. . Anl turninj:.
Done with neatness arid dispatch.
N. B. OrderB from tbe other islands promptly attended to
HEMP CORDAGE, FROM 1 1-2 IXCHTO
7J inch, Manila cordage, from J inch to 6 inch.
New Bedford towline, 7J inch hawser laid rope.
Cutting falls, 51 inch, !any,.d stuff.
Ratline, 9 thread to IS thread, marline.
Seizing, 6 thread to 12 thread, wormline,
Houseline, spunyani, oakum, cotton and hemp twine.
Cotton and hemp canvas, all numbers, from 1 to 10,
Cotton and linen Ravens for boat sails and awnings.
Bees wax, sail needles, ic, 4c. For sale by
IflO-tf XV. II. SEVERANCE.
IJilXT IIRI SIIKS,
.... Whitewash brushes,
A full assortment of all sizes. For sale by
I90-" II. W. SEVERANCE.
Salmon, Teas, &.c.
OR EG OX SALMON IX KITTS,
New cod fish.
Fresh layer raisins.
Fine black tea.
Fine man ta .Tu.1
received by the Regular Dispatch Line of Packets, hark "Yau
see, ana tor saie oy (l'.ivtt) 11. W. SEVERANCE.
Gincrcr Riant. Jnat n
p,.r Yankee," and for gale by
i J"-" II- XV. SEVERANCE.
M A X 1 1, a cord a i E I
1 fWI '"-s AM 12 THREAD MA
M WF nila cordage. For sale by
II. W. fcEVEKANCK.
LAMP HLACK. Ac.
l.llir,.l II 1 ELLUW
Ultra marine blue,
130-tf II. W. SEVERANCE.
BREAK FA ST, I) I X X E R A X D T E A SETT 8 ,
assorted, howls, assorted pitchers, mugs.
Chambers, toilet setts, basins and ewers.
Salad dishes, salt-cellars, soup tureens.
Butter dishes, cream jugs, molasses pitchers,
Castor frames and bottles, pudding dishes.
Bake dishes, vegetable dishes, sugar bowls.
Milk pans, meat dishes, platters. Ac. For asta hm
190-tf II. W. EKVKRANnP.
1?Li IaBS. FR ESH V ROUND PL'TTV I X
J VF kaddies. For sale by
IM-tf H. W. SETERANCR
ISO IlARRf rL
.- s li.HUA, A s
" S ale by
v o" jEVEKANCK.
" THE BARREL
s- "V. . v tr ,u o t. . . . n
. .- .Ol
it per ship Pyrpn." and for sate by
C. BREWER & CO..
f Market Wharf.
Cl'NXV BAGS !
BALES GfXXIES FOR SALE BV
C. BREWER ti CO.,
FEW CASES OF A GOOD ARTICLE
just received per "Syren." For sale bv
. just received per '
C. BREXVER tr CO..
Market W harf.
BOILER AXD SHEET IROX.for sale by
C. BREWER A- rn
"J.-'. '.- "i: '. ' ! 1 " "' wae-aa.i)-jai