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TUCHsnjy, jaxuart a. 1V.1.
T stnnn bu r-ctin-sM dnnac th part s"-k, d'-p';n;
mrj braorfc of tra.i. Thr prrafe of sourlv-r'y winds uc so
ST a pcrauai ia ihu1, rreu U. oor wiutrr seasna-
The larjs 8r which mminl oo Smterl.-iy rrn?or 's
affx-lJ trie priucipaj topic or roarrti4i. It is seVi'-m tlat
Hasjaiuta hu bm troubled ilb tres. od the ULc rad'it is
tbe ooly ow- hch Ui af-ctM tke Nj.u- iutrrr-ats o U.e
town tOMf year". -s--piit. rh d-"trurt..j if C. Br-wer's
osre antn iucn. Th- -r- rr. k a M-w at the :ndas-
trial occupat..s of the piac t ut we trust that re curh
tss rl-p. we ihstl -e -tts proriti m4! to r-"U..jh
'wll cf th- suT -rrr ia rrr.Ment q.iArt.-r Neither '-f
than eaa be rparM. aiI thr (nulry part.eutrly. is ul.pi
Me. W arc Ls4 In rr thai n-- -r- rr 1 .i.f ad-p-.l
to iris Mr Ii ashes a fr-.h MUi-t.
The miy aructrs of U-vIe iff- t-l the C-e arr S air -I
bread. The stock of 9 ur . but lare, ,u-'e "ulrLl &-r
tte ptvser.t jrrjui. At orar a w can learn, .hen; ar 'a,t
300 barreia efatasuestac aad toe AM fcris. of Cal.foriiU hand,
aerbaps a HMil scsr at the Waiioko mU, an M n
rUia w.ll B.et ail our loral war.ts t.l the MaraJ the ri
Frjictco prktt, fit w-l h-o T:? tree will r--H
adranew. but has not -t srttW - ar.y i-i'tai l !r;rufe.
The fsusir M.fii rn Molay U w.iii a full fr-i?Kt, f-.r Sa
Frtciaoa; the bri Hrv. on u Hay. r a mi.ui cru
Mtr) ; the Marburg on tt.r .c HocrV-.r.I. u! tb Sum
o tie 3d, for Jarr. ItUoX. to L -a-1 iubao. The Bkertn j it
a.tiB; a ctuu:ra la the viral, hut wi 1 toil to-day or -fLrf-.w
or w Bnlford dinct.
Oar or,!y turlfn arritai ta ben that Jl r Zi. Kuh.
Imi a cra UMrr tb roatio Wbul. etitrra in hal.aat.
Tka Wiiailin Bark lirtfix Htrq haa Uuirl la to thr wharf'
aatl 4 Vw t'Jtiri oo boar.l a-ut iC barrel oil frm t.Se
t'urtortm, Wmhtm arkl Ktk-.li, ua fvtui.t t-t Kr-mro.
rVulaea fraa Ur othrr llwxU er.iua ir -y mj jut v..
wisf to the afat thw aracV-r, an.1 owj'tt!; Irr:e it
Mo( in th ara of trajc ia it. f av:l : of rocu Lave ttrru
aia-Ti lic dark, ia mata. 4 6;-; hr ijSt, je. h--h are
the ootauia ralra. ri euKf, tlr t u br;? amont oo Laa 1,
wttli rat a ict'l d'B ar-4.
tinuKl Whaler' tira rre Ukec e- fr f"T rn-. itranre
OT th Tamktt at par. The f . 9. Consulate dntu the uar
ter radiac Iec 31. IvlO, oo the eretry f etate of the I n , te-1
Btatra were takes yeateraay at I IT rr.t. tr-Biom to 1 J per
cett- d.acounf. aeerarrtir ar--ol J it rei.t. rl wnvr.t. The
aamc'it drava oo th Trearury of the l'rittl ftatea f r the
aapfrt of the Iloapttal cnaoeeted with the V. P. Consulate at
tlua place, ia ahoat ti.2jO traiut $11 oOT o ! the wrnt
pcadiaf qoarter ia 1W. -r th aoe parf"'- fterlir.r ex
chaare, ahort ht, taj. to the dollar, ran frauc-c. ezclar.fe
1 per cent, premium to i per cent. diC"ai.t, the ( rmer being
tha Ba&ka rate.
IrronM Moet. Astonc the C4nmrca! ami financial "
arocle (a a late aaaiter cf Ta Jm4rpfJet, tnl one oo
the aarject of inrrating mooey, which o-titaln ao many tiroety
hiata, that tnpf ir. ao4 etmtamr it to the careful -ruaal
aad prarticai appHcatioo of readers :
Thousands apna th-iuasJ of fanners a-vl others, who hare
beeo trur?tinz fcf ya.-s, perhape. to aojuire the nwans P pay
thr-r dents, arc now able to y that tly are frt . The a.uil
aat crop bars dooe a wt!-rfui work of relief in an onull
aonhrr of cmaea. rYoviilenre is smilinx npoo te nattoo uo
taw ft-ee States particolorly. aa ae-r re. jur rrowth and
development la wealth and proeperiry will be creat U-yon pre
cedent. WlM ta to ie dooe with all the money with the acco
naiaticf miiUoas aow? flowir ic Into the pockets t4 the people ?
This 9 ao important uetin. We nare sne oiAnions oo the
aah-ct, wfitch w thoall like to eiptva.. and they will he ia
aaawer to the qoetH W ha shall I do with my Vfory V
lovest mooey ia helping thaee ia bostorffa who are U m f'rta
aste thaa yoanelf not oexctiuK, of euone. to uk fur ample
lavage snoaey smamari. t-y direct dotiatiim P-r any de
irabkt aBproeemeals ia your wmo.
Iast saoary ia aaaau.t youratlf aad family comrtal.le in
your owa book.
I ot aatavy in oWelopins; arnl improvins; yoor farm, so that
it snali be a aaouel to all yor oeixhteirs.
fneeat aanoey in educatunr your chiulren. fur such inrtaenta
will pay a larger diridend taaa caa be eouxted by nures.
laveoe avMiey la secannsT lor yourself and yoor. the cultiva
ttoa and rrttnraient of every endowaient with which you are
lasest mooey in Btakinif yourself acqoainte-J with your own
coaatry aad its uu'itnti-oa.
lowest snia y ia siairine other tamls. aad. if your means will
permit, you aaay ro t the ends of the earth."
Iaveat mooey ia seek lax out and reaJcru.g' ai to otjetta of
charity, both SX home and abroad.
lavst mooey la liheral measure to the poor, and in reward
sne liherally ail who are esnpsryed t y you. or are dependent
Inrest moary in reformins; the p-4'rtics of your Country, and,
aTymr pcre holds out. Inerst a little in f-minr politiaans.
Insest aunry in any wsy that will brine you a ktart .revenue,
for earn nrbea are worth more than rold or precious stooes.
lavwst mil y liberally, and never tire, to make cnmftjrtable
aad nappy Juar BveatL brothers, sivters. and all relative, for
the promise is sure, (better than the Kothchkli'.) that your divi
deod shall be a - haadred-t-M."
Alter you hare determined your duty in reeard to t)e frirero
Ice. aad your duty wia vary acoriitit to circiinistanres. you
may perhaps have some surplus money if so. invest that oa
hood aad mirrcaze. or ia a rnrl. il. specie-pay ine. well
kssra, wsIt-usScereii. wel.Baanar-d bank the stirk of which
aaa a aofdahte mantrt !. This all duoe, ro to work ara.n,
cam more mooey. and invest as bete.
Mssa's Phaaew at I f awwlsil si. iss Drrraiber.
Hnt Quarter.. 14
Laat Quarter.. 3
laTKSf IMTHv. receives) at lb la Oflcr.
las rrana.sen Nov. 2B Lorxlnr. (naper).....Oct- 13
Xew Iov. (papers;... ov. lj teietfrar.hle...tlrt. 25
leiea-raphir Sow. t I Hnrrknrr Oct. 1
Tahiti. Aoj. Zi I Sj lney, X. S. W Ac. 1
Wnm ?s Fsio S- ves-el op lor i).at purt.
7a Laasisa yrt Moiae.ki. tnno.
Fob Kir ai per Mnra-shwe-. vrllay.
Foe ii ' L 1 ar Fjrana lUmtc, to-Uas-
ponT op hoxjox.tjx.it. II. X.
1W. Si Sea Manoikawai. Marctiant. from Kona. with native
1 r-ia -e and 4o le faisaer rers.
2T relt Kaav-i. V) Uinr, frvta Laiatria,arith 11 pkrs nulse.
ta.te (-an. etc. Pa-senrers Jiulgv A Urn, B F
&Des. and 1 j .lerk paiaenars.
Zi Ass talk Z-. Bish. ft davs from M'Kean's Island.
Pas-en; -rs -A M itcneU, A ol-!anl an-1 i lUaai
Uns. SO Itasj vteaner Kilauea, Berrill. frrn win-ia-ard p'ru.
with 34 beail cattle. 2 calves. 40 heeft. ri li",
7 hars H'a. laws fanrtis. 2 Imses of U-mrj, it
hide. R bolkvs home. K turk'jr and Ub. 6
ntthdles ?oov ir.n. keys patnt, 1 rase pictures. :
l r-fk.ada tare.iitityrfnaure,.rn.lace. i
SI Sfch Nettie M-rnil. Hrea. trail II. lo.
ith ZO !
pnla. 'ii Unf eiiCir. 2 halexfuniru,
. ii ro.tf ,
a htmm oxlre. s Cmncnes bananas.
ainjiri Mr TifcnT. one itier. and 40 Mi .leek
Jan. J Am sh ship 3t-otrea! Canlner. from sea lying off
2 An via favk FVipm,
!lncer. from sea tjir.roff
Dae. 27 In wh b!p Arab. Urinnrtl, U croisr.
27 lias- a-n bri; Auiilta, t rhilr, f Ilp-iocn, with oil.
XT f"S Kraawinnr.', Mtlw. f Lahaina and Kona.
27 Seh Maawaawai. Marvhnt. fr Koca.
Tipi SVh llmry. RiSH-re. lur Kal.aioi.
2ft "eh Eaous Raoar. Chadwick. t-r Lahaina and IIilo.
Sen Kasorhasnrba I V.. W bib-, f. r lhaiiia.
31 Km bark Ysokr. Fi!ry. f.r S.an Frncism.
31 Haw. wh bria Il-m, Myers. u era- ami trade Sjth.
1 IlanoTrriaD twrk llartanr. Th"tcaen. f- llnnck-Kig.
1 Srh Kisnoi. Wiilw. -r Lahaina and Kshului.
3 Am th'p Sam, Kier. f-.r Janris Islarxl
3 Seb Nun- Mrrrill. rWres. f-w Lahaina and li:V.
't Se-aBorr K.Liora. HcrnU. f..r Lahaiaa ami Kawathae.
XT Bark Zor, Bush, rrp.rtts Toochul at Apia, Naripau
Islamls, Nor. 12 i fuaod there the clipper ship M.c;r.t Li;bt.
Jahnson, fruca Baker's Island, which bal pot in in distress
leaking badly, with tre het water la tb bobl. bar di-charrl
a boast 400 loos of troaun, aud taind the k-ak to be about four
frst Irnca Oac krls-jo, a scam basii.f oi-roul Wtwcrn two frames
srl.'sntly a fault la hr rmoikir.. A surrey was tx-Id un brr,
aad sh was ftiood t he prrfect. Mr? woal-l rrftair and sail
faia about Nor. 3d. Tisitrd M-Kraij'. I'h.rmv, M'aLlrn's
and Bakrr's lata ads. Tbe ship Kapid, Irrw. arrived at tl.e
lattrr Mand, Xor 29, tbr day the Z. leiX. F.siiid all well.
VESSELS IX PORT JAM'A RY 3.
H. B. M.'s stramer AWt, Pcaisr.
Imoiab ship Trtuio, NUrn, snoa wr Valparaiso.
Am nr Bosruif. U.iliat, i-r bmlford.
Am MkMtonary trir Morning Star. Grlrtt. laid op.
Ilaw. bria: Mary Llira, BrourU, a.n (or Yktcria.
Aaa. bara Zuc, fcusb.
hip Benjasim Has a. ri-tl I Bark Hanr, Dahlman. (HJ)
Emiiy M or ran- Vi hilrsidr Una; Virturia. Dmnrlstrs;,
Orrfrrbrrc. Ennrrjr. ( Kos) I VAailna, Lass,
Bark Annor, Bracstrom,(Hus)
VssmIs Exwrlrsl (rmtm Farri Horla.
Aa clipper ship Osborns Bosrrs, Kelly, rbanrrrd ta las.1 guano,
would ran bae Franoseo lor this pun I-- 16 lo 'Jul Due
January ! Iw.
Asa. bork Cwsnrt. tsailh, w.Ikl sail ftim Sui Francisco fa
n.wmlalu anusit bcRnlKf to SO due here finan the 12".h
lo lotla. Jaanary.
Am bark Urieut-O. J osoo. sailnl fruta Buatutv. Nor. 10, with
caro i4 (naU aut sondrirs.
Am tr.- Vvnsnrt. U'Lrlin. will be due frmn Fatet S)unJ, with
rarro nt hu&brr. ta all UrrmVr.
Am trkL Jnny iTiTf-l M-nrs. will be doe Inxa I'ug-t S--Hlrl,
with Ituntvr, rarty ia January. ( ('cmuiD.J
Haas, brie Cnberda, CahnMry. aail-d from P-rftnrrharn
spnl IA. with awirtrd carso to Messrs. II .tI--M.-i:-r
fctapenhorC. Fut mtai Km ia Jiuvt Vr rrpairs ; ;lcd
i tut this t July it.
ur Bauss p-r Aot.Ua. IV-e T. K.S (rails wh oil. 19.M3
whalatoo. imry. 'i bwb-s m.le. 1 pkr watrhs. 6
s-ls prune parte. 3t. 1 fcs hooe. 1 II sltuh. ls lh larW-w.
SrlT bailors bWs, 31 calf skioa. 14 bcrsr bMlrs. M skins,
493 ta oU Bctat. T bullock bnrDa. 96 tt t. 1 bos aw a.
Is lha aorsa hair. 3 bosrs ana 4 bats furs, 4 cases brandy, 3 do.
absrry. 3 do. Ma.icira. 3 do. rin.
tar Ham f Base imto per Vabs. Ix. 31 'Jim U.ns oml. SO
balls pata. Id da. wnpwrkcd do, a cases bmjcs, 130 ffunnir, 1
for Hssoo per llarharir. Jan. 1 i3 htts fungus. 10
pkr sndar, 34 do. copper, t pk( old irvo, 12 cases mrCO. 4oi
f or Jaaru L-LsSD pr Stm. 7 ra-s asort. mrats. rasks
KresJ. "isiO alH rsks. - k"T" wh;ky.
For F r"r Venice. Ir II Cj.pt -en. C I"
Trott. TmI Cha.1ar:k. T. P Wfl. L i Uarlnrr. W iliaia
I"iM. I. K li-e. O Hui.t'T Jame i'.plr.
For !!"'-( J-r Hartirff. Jan 1 Mr F. Krar-.-r. M.-ri
A'bon. Ain. Air.r. I'-, lit. Anv. Atok. A.:. Ar.ni, A fun.
A ina., fiiueo
Fr m WiMc P' t i-r K I-r rvi M. lot r-.
Park-r N Mone. 2 Ma H,cjjJrr, Mr uii, Sr
Nahaoietoa. and 115d-rk iwr r r.
K i- 1iiaati ie-r K.Ujea. Jan i O ! U.lman. W C
I'i-k-. lr Vi,u, daair'.ier. ! i'f. w. t.i-.-r N Mate,
14 Wtxal. 'krr. arl -U. -jt 1 ri ile (-. r r-r.
Ar.i ff:.:T- I:i II rj.x: u. I - ."T. y It
E f. A 1 r.-'j . t . M , ir - W r
Bl x Fr.ii tli- jl ii ii.-: . ' y K-v 1:
fc r !-r- ii N'iiii.i .y, Mr. K;ir.l k"
Mjry h r-:. th .f t:.i- .:y
Kmui-KiiK iii': u '- V-.-' r. z!.:. r
Her. Lr.v-.l fa.i! l"'Vr I' ru-r t;. M - K..:..lju
R...-L3.TMAL Iec. at :rr,"i If-;
R-rittiil. a nt;Te "t --'.l -o. ---l l'i -:ir.
A-i.u-t 1" .
KUTiin u 1- ir-i ihe Ku.u:. ?r .rf i . r-
Ir.--. t ll l- !. J I" - v..ai. a
Orison, af. - l.s 1 re-rn a Hainan of. -r 1 1- trk - nT.:'i.
I.- -.-iit I"i.f-r J--t.. t I . .- - r.i. Lf. ilr.a.
J. K. Ka-li. tf ll-.-l.'O. lzx -aiu..:. .1. :..p u:.ir-.. Cj:.
WuuK' At V. -s. lop.tal. Uti-n. Ie y,, W .li am II.
Hii'irr.. of -h'i4n.l-ti -i.-.ry. :rj r.ta.
fcf Ti.e At Lf.a:i.a. l-e --f iT!.:Kn. v .I!.-.rn t.
!:.: vr. 1- r rr.a.-.y y-' a r-i.-t i.l -f :.i p-.---. a-1 f rti.-rly ' f
I''-..k-y.-. - w ..
i'.' .I I !rown,l. Mr llth. WX, io j :ney Il .r1--r. N.
. V . J-.Sr. Kfrll. a au..u - ir '' -.l.- i. i
e. He h'pi-e.l on tr. t.'.a: v-l .n II h- lai I"-c. 'Jj.
II - l-:.-t V. i-.
TIIL IISDA V, JAMJAR Y
U'e nre gl.t-l tj I'irn that the at:.-nti n of the
c-jnimuru'ty h.ts be.-n mll.-il to the euoj.'t of a
public Cenft'Ty. It iJ j-iite time eomethiu
houM he dor.e, arid in a ni r- ig..rus atiJ -sye-tem-ttie
manner than h:w hithert- b-n th cit..'.
A few yearag- it was fjuit impxwiMe to aco-m-plish
anything in a oiviliz.'-d maiiner r.r ctitig a
Cemetery in Honolulu. It was a "V time
Ijefre u j-I.jt of gruurrl t'jt tlii j ur''-i cvull
Ie cur-i fr-jui the native uuthritir?. Kvni
jhe "round oc-uricd by the C'at!i..li. s uii U'aikiki
riain,- was -..-un-d at tl.e mouth of the cannon,
anl that ccupiel by the I'rottants in Nuuanu
Valley vra not htainei until after much nego
tiation, ami then several years elaj-seel !-fore a
goxl title was obtain"!. Uut thoee Jays have
lut-ssl away, and nuv'a new order of things has
euccwlej. It is sj in very many rej-cM l.-ai.e
that of a public Cemetery.
The foreign community in Honolulu has always
!een ready to take hold of new enterp rizef when
jTopt-rly prt-eenur'!. M st li!-ral!y have they
8uruH.-rib.-d f it a irailors Home, the (Jue- n's H
pital, Female Schools for Hawaiians. the ?upjjrt
ofchurch.-s and publie charities, but what hap
ever b.-n done for a public C'einetrry ? Literally
nothing ! I'y thi we d not m-aii to say that
the leal have Leen left unLuriol, but all that
ha hitherto lieen accomplished has lit-n don Ly
a few individuals. The community has leaned
up"jn the charity and favor of a few private
citizens owning the Nuuanu Valley Cemetery.
A new organization has lately Iet.-n formeil,
taking that Cemetery under its care but such
care f Uut why had not the m:w organization
done letter ? The rean-jo is given, that there id no
money in the treasury, and a heavy debt weighs
down the Society's ojrations. This ought not
to be so, and it would not be if the subject
could fairly be brought to the minds of the
community. Let the President of tl.e Oahu
Cemetery A;eiation come out with a full
and frank statement of the Sciety"s oji ra
tions and r.peets. I t a public meeting l-e
Called ; let an apj-eal be made not to the
ju(ire of the community. The r per burial of
the d-ad id fomething which should not !e treated
ad a public charity? The community should tux
it-elf ; individuals should ftd a jrs-jnal ret-j.on-ribility
ia this matter? Person should contri
bute according to the proj-rty they reprcs-nt,
just aa readily us they ji.iy for the ujport of
government. If a man will not contribute bis
due prortion in u matter of this nature, let him
be regarded as an out-law, and when he dies let
him le buried trfttfe Jnut road unit, or where
heretics are buried in borne Catholic countries at
low water mark.
Itcii.vc Cuiillnration !
FOURTEKX IiLILl'I.NfJS DEaTliOVKU !
Ihe largest fire which has j.robaMy ever occurred in
Hotiolulu, broke out Saturday evening, Dec. LI, about
CX o'clock, in the steam flour mill. The workmen
h.l tutrJ work at 4 o'clock, the liuur custODiarV
rr-- - -
cn Saturday afternoons, and the building
at 44- AUut two hours later, Mr. Hug
1 h-id occasion to go into bis machine shof
I fille-I with smoke, and procee-lirig to theei
found the partition between it and Ihe bakery all in j
j a blaze, and the flames spreading rapidly. The alarm
' Was imniellately giveu, t ut before the eiij?iuci were
! on the grouni, the whole interior of the tuil llng k:w
j in fl.aiiies. All atteinj:.t lo remove aijthiig from it
I were um lexj, aiid Mr. II. Ji l tut even save Lid
! ftccour.t txjok.
A.ljoioiDg the mill aiol attacht-1 to it was the
bkery, which had l-en in operation ilurii:; the Jay.
There were in it at the time of the fire over 10,00)
Ihs. of bread, atd ia the mill some -j0 barrels floor.
j with the usual juar.tity of iin al, feed, baps, vc, Vc,
I all of which were constinied. So rnj.idly did the fire
rprea I, that in leva than fifteen iuiiiute froui the
time the alarm was given, the whole huiMinj, which
waa f.ur stories bigb. was a mass of flame.
Tbe fire next t-piead across Marine street to the
ehpi rrriie the mill, and then to the lobie dwell
ing formerly t ecu pied by T. Mossman, all of which
were destroyed. Sutb of the mill, the fire commu
nicate 1 to Johnson & Foster's large carpenter shop,
a two-try building, which, w;tb several small building-),
and ail the lumber st. red in tl.e tear n con
sumed. Thence the fire spread to the Mill Company "a
warehouse, which was stored with bread casks, then
to Caranave's stone warehouse and Thompson &
Neville's blacksmith shop, alt of which, with their
contents, were consumed. Tbe following is list of
the buildings destroyed, with an estimate of the
losses, the figures being mostly below the co?l :
I L?stS 11V THE 1 IRE.
1 Str-am Fi-ur M.11. includ.oe th F'iudry. Ua'-Ty, Va. hir.ery.
ail warb-se .w.oou
do. d-x tMoca of 'iiO bbls C iur, I'l.uw los. bread,
bran. cask. Kc sre - 5 OoO
Thoa. II niches. irn f.Mindrr sn l marhinr t.p 4.ii
Juhiis-jn A rosier s shipar-ithl's huiMiiiK - oo
do. do. slue f lurol-rr. cj i-r. Jtc , Ac. T.iO'J
J. J. Caranarr. t..L.e swi-Uuk ai.d ri.bU-i.ls S.ouj
WilroT. H chanlt a Co. lurol-r 'JO
K. OamaiMl. -an adol-i tuiidnu.- l.evo
&iM smalt t-ul-iibs. ino:ly .ceupit-U as butcher -s
l.y ttativr J.5.IO
Thotrt.n A Nerille l.ta-ksn.i:l 1.oai
' Two h.-s in Caranave" yar-l. (t.-rn don; J.O-AI
I lianacea tu furniture aa-1 .1, rruioe-l froui st. re,
j an 1 d s-elhrurs near the tire..... r2.0"0
Iiamie l tjvrrnujijt aar- Loi-e. ...... -.io
J Th. . ri-irfr. 4 10 brls. itn; ly cu.-k
; bol.t. Lore, critker machine,
Dating the early i-ari cf the eveultig the wiu l
Llesr rtroni; fn.tn the wc-t. but soon chAtig-J to the
north au-1 westwar.l. While the flour uii'.l was Lurn
iiig the cit.-lef3 were carricl l.y the wiuJ ati'l scat-tere-I
cer the roofs of the dwelling al.in Nuuanu
street, tuaoy of which were set on 6re l.y the yparV?,
but by the aid tf r.ersvn stan ling tn the ri Ts with
brwioia and water, the fiie :ks kept from s re i d':ri
', iu that dirtctioii. Lare turnirip citi-lers and r ieor
! of w;d were criie-l a f.r as liTetni i ttrtvt and
rcufs set on fire in that iieigLbe.rhocJ.
At one time, it seeuae-l aa if tiie Sre must spread uj
Nuaaau street, but fortunately the wind shift? and
abate 1 iw f .rce. A henry shower h id fallen about
J noein, whi.-li left h r ofs in a m ist -r.,.l'ti. n an
allc-J great! in lirii'tiag the Sre to tbe ve it wcu-pi-.l.
As it it.-, furtea t-uillitjx hie Ufa cou
sumol. It tu t.-.y y the u:mct efforts thit the g-overn-ruei,t
b. r. le.l u rehouses wtre ae-l. They were
fit-i ! ery gret Lent while J-hnscn i Fftcr's
Lu'.llic; w m burtli.? ari 1 were oa fire several tir-e.
Two lui". in Caranave's premi were tcrn
Juwa It 'he llv. A: LilJcr Coa.pinT, which prcba
blv ch-r. kr-l the f.re in that direction ani "aveJ the
j ato- n the s trr.e premie.. F rrunate'y I ut few
: er l w-re in rar-.r.aTe's wareh ue at the time cf
! tht 5r-, tJn i.'h t'..l fuite recently the storchvufe bos
' lm--U z. fitly fu.L
i Ir, r :t;; rr. with wbhh r.or ci titers turr.e-1
wi, t; I a: ! -J tl.e Fire CvmpaDi-. ia checking the
pr. !-e-s if the Cre, is comroen jihie. Stiil thi wt
oii'y 'lue frotn t:iem. The cffioeri crew tf the
i H. Ii. ?hip .I'.'rt irre 'fe.i 1 prjiis f r their as-';:.:-,
hion wn tin.e'y ar. 1 aiuth!e. Amor:g
I thoe bue ej.rts were nior-t C'jcs'picut.ui. Mr. Ge,-.
j IVpie-, c.nnecte-1 with Wilsc-L a; Co.'r Circus,
; Jeervts i:a.-x. It ii' twin tc hi? bravery, ;n cut-
' X'.TiZ throuzh the r'f rf the e Ternmect w.irthoue?,
; a::- ptttir g cn to it with the tr.gine h..e, that th:t
1 bul! J tig w sivpl. Goveriier KcKU.in-ioas .n-ii.pt
I arrival with forty aistant", e-ch with hu:et , rC.i ,
a: le-1 in rheckina- the progre of th fl ini-. B s' Jes
j the Goveriior, His Mjo'y the Kin; ac 1 Prince Ia t
I wer.- U.th on the grour.l, nl bf th wi.rkt-1 ns e2i-
cit i.tiy a ary person there. Ai! hi-t' r to their noble
I con luct.
i Fcir engines were in service, an-l w.rko-1 weil, bat
j ti. cb'uf trouhle eif erine-l was in tbe fre-j'ient
j b:i!T:r.g of tho ho-', which cau-e 1 nmch .lei iy nr.'l
I ex.itif.n. Thi fire has shewn the ne-e-;ty t f a larger
an-1 better sup; ly c-f he than we have at prcset.t.
We have g-l engine?, but they are cl little u-e
with.-nt strong leather hi.
We regret to my that several acci b-n, rourre-I at
the Sre. Mr. J. Stcwar J ha-I his ffot cruhe. by a
wheel t.f r-ne cf the er.gine running over ir. Mr. C.
E. William al-o hal his leg ar.-l thigh ba-lly bruif-l,
which will lay him asiJe fc-r a ur-nth perhaps.
The origin tf the fire is uncertain, but it is sup
pf -e 1 to have len cf-mrr1uiiicate'I frc ni the oven in
. the bakery tu a wno-ien partiti-.n. -r it u:ay have
' originate in the engine m id. When the fire w:is
Jisc.jverel. the interi.r of the bu'i Jir.g ar.uriltht
i oven nn 1 engine ws in a t.ate.
hre :s a C':'r7 r llJ- ieMJe9
the value of the property c-nsumed. tiie loss which
I our cummunity will sustain in tbe destruction of the
mill and in the stoppage cf the foundry will prove a
! great loss not merely to Honolulu, but to the planta
j t ions and shipping interests throughout the group.
It is n..t like!y that the mill will be rebuilt, for ever
since its erection in 16o, it has teen a source of loss
to tho.-e Connected with it. The losses sustained by
Mr. Hughes and Messrs. Johnson Fester will be
very severely fe'.t by them, as the fire has swept away
all their mean. The Miil Company was made up of
some twelve or fifteen share holdeis, an! their loss
will be comparatively light.
NOTCS I TIIK WKl'.K.
1avig.iTor'9 Islamh. The bark Zoe, arrive-! last
week from a cruise among the Guano Islands, having
also touched at Apia, in the Navigator group. Her
report cf-the ship .Vornn Lizht in that harbor,
will be found under tbe head of Marine Memoranda.
It was tbe rainy season while the bark was there, and
Captain Buh says, he never wit nesst-d such incessant
rain as during his stay there. The Frien I of ihe 1st
i inst. has the following : "Through the kindness of
("apt. Bush, of bark 7, we have been favored with
toters and the Saninan R'porter, from the Navig.a-
tors Inlands. Our correspondent", J. C. Williams,
Ksq , British Consul, and the Ittr. Mr. Murray, refer
with delight to the increased facilities fr communi
ca'ing with the Sandwich Islands, afforde-J by the
Guano vessels. Mr. Williams refers to the effort
which is now being made to support an English
School T CO scholars, at Upolu, and Mr. Murray, to
the prcgress of tbe Missionary work among the na
tives Ila rvmaika ad fol!oas "This group is fat
rising towards a position of self support, unless some
'"J " ui
Contributions tu the London .Missionary Society this
year amount to the sum of JC'jSO 14s., or S4,CiC, au-1
for tbe support of c-ur native pastors, we, in some of
our districts, have sums nearly as large." The
present position of the native and foreign population
at Uf-"lu, must correspond very nearly to the state of
things in Ilonclulu twenty-five years ag..
J'fath of the Ho.v. B. Namvkeha. It is our
pair. 1 ul duty to announce the death f the Honorable
Bennett Namakeha, whn expiied at his residence in
Pauoa Valley on the morning of the l!Tih inst., of
dn py. The deceae-l was the son of Kam.-iuna,
descended from the ancient Kings of the northern
ilistrits of Hawaii, and of Kukaeleiki, a Chieftainess
tf high rank from the island of Kauai, and he was
a brother of the late Honorable George N tea, and
therefore an uncle of Her Majesty the Queen. At
the time of bis death he wa? about sixty-two tears of
- age. ror a long numiier oi years ne na-i ien a
i member of the House of .S.bU- and or the Privy
I Council of State, and for a considerable time heacte 1
as Governor of Maui. I'olynrsi,m.
Ihe funeral cf this Hawaiian Nobleman tixk p'ace
on Monday afternoon, and his returns were deposited
in the Royal Tomb, under a military escort.
Like most of the Nobles, he was p-os-ossel of
a large amount t.f real and personal property, which
; unJer good management would produce a revenue of
unJer good mat.a
j A Ovllant Tab. Anion? tlif.se who appeared
j moct consf icuous at the fire n Saturday niht, were
the sailors frfm II. Ii. .vi. illp .liert, now lynrjr m
the harb-ir. While the Hooks were engaged in tear
ing don one of the building aJjoining Caranave's
stone warehouse, a sailor had occasion to go up on
I the rof f, and while there the building began to fall
'over. He was at that instant near the cave of the
i roof on the side towards which the building was
filling. With the ninibieness of acat, and a presence
of mind rarely excelled, he sprung up the steep slate
roof, and crouched as-tri le the riige, as it fell with a
tremendous crash, leaving him unharmed on the top
of the ruins, while be would probably have len
crusheJ to death had he remained in hi-i former
place. Finding the building down, he sung out,
Ycu're in a darned hurry to tear the houe down,"
while bis comrades cheered hira lustily for his adven
ture. Nfw Yeir's. The new year opened upon us with
j a gl..my anl d..leful a look as cou! 1 well be im
agined, and the sky was veiled with heavy clouds,
which threatened every moment to pour a AcmxI upon
n. Still, mud ly as were the streets, and cheerless
as was everything outdoors, it appeared the very re
verse indoors as pleasant as the fairest May morn
ing, and the ladies in every house were ready to re
ceive callers and exchange the compliments of the sea
son. Judging from the happy greetings and cheerful
j smiles which were met in passing every sill, and the
j spirit with which the day was kept, by both ladies
I ami gentlemen, Honolulu has lost none of its vivacity,
! Lor will the year 1S01 fall behind any of its p.rele
j ces-ors in its auspicious opening. The mud beneath
J onr feet and the sombre clouds above us will soon be
j forgotten, and we all, old, young and intermediate,
; may skip a!ung as nierrilv a ever, singing ' All's
well that ends well."
ZjjT The Yituhrt sailel promptly on Mondty morn
ing hk-t almot too promptly, considering the occur
rence of the fire. It is more convenient, no d.ubt,
! f.r thos on board to siil eirly in the .1 iy, rather
j that towards evening, but aoull not 12 or 2 o'cWk.
as a general rule, suit all around much be tter ? Ia
this instance, however, the wind anl weather had
more to do with the hour that the bark sailei. ljr
I inz the afternoon, a strong breeze freshenel up frr.m
1 the Wet, and liie Yir.ktt is probaMy now wt-H over
the worst third if her voy-ie.
j (Jl n.s's Cianiiivr. Vesterdiy, the "Jdo.'Jinu-
ary, tin- birth 1 iy of Her Mij- sty, (Juci u Kintna.
j A sil i'.e w Srel fro o I'uac'ibjw'-hili, an i rv9;on
. K-1 to by II. II. M. s-hi t.
I F.-a TAHITI. The .Utrt will sir!
iTf.h:':. 't I.-.leiiiiA ml ll;l..
I.ext weii: U.r
lis.7BACf rrt Attack ox a Ueligioi :v-iety.
CiuBCH-c.irBs, Attention! "The annual suit
of sit'i an l tittinss" in the Fort Street Church comes
off at the Church on Moodsy evening next, at 7$
o'cli-ck. Si the corurr.unity inforr.ie-1 ty the Ikiarii
of Trutee. What woj'I rur ancestors have e-ai-l
about b-uiiJir.g churches r-o speculati. r, ; anl what
w.-ui 1 the primitive Christians have thought ah ut it,
whoai it is so f lyhic na ie ncw.a-.lys to invoke as
orthcJcx pat:err.s : cil the r.ht to the high seats
in the synag -rue. ir. 1 in the eyes cf the profane
before h..!n we are erj ine-l to let car light shine
makiuz n-'f-tiry the criteriincf g--l!ine ! We be
lieve the F..rt rr-rt Church is the only one ia this
city that makes r.ierchan iise of its acomtno-I ition.
Were the ;w -lif ar. 1 sittiris") c-nly s- :J to
act'iai tneujh-ers cf tiiat church, we might have lock
ed uiK.ii it ! hu ii.terLal arrangement, which neeJs
not ne..-ey9ari!y hav e c-ncerne.1 the public; but whea
a p-jbli-: v:iiue I? publicly aivertiscl, at.i by virt-.ie
of bis rii.-ney a!-ne th. rich prcfir.e. wh-v scijoai cr
t.ever atteii-is, is permitted to buy up choice sa:.
ani thereby crowd the pxr but c-r.stai.t attrn J let
it.t. pi ices Lre lii'st. hearing an J air are Jetcctlve,
e have the right, ar. 1 we ft-el i: a lury to c.-.rr.mer.t
n the trar.s.ic:i--n, a jivir g the sc ffer and the i:.5
del a Hit'- nai ciue ' r scan la!, nr. tu. .rally tearing
'lwwa with . :.e h iL-J wimeer mar r-e l-uilt up wi'h
thefh.-r. In iiufn.sia a i:.lll. " f.rt corae is
firrt sere-l," an 1 s ich, ia oar t pir.ic n. sh u'.d l the
rui.- cil-.i in every church that prctenls to '.'uiiate the
orK-r ar, 1 be-iuty that n igi.; av-.ve.
Wo cV.j the aU.ve from the .-t isiue of the G:.t-rn-rr.ent
rga::, a? a ftir pt"cilen i f what the rninis-
teii.il y urn-i" is. T'ne Ministers, ur
apparently f.-r no . ther .'1 jeet tha::
oJer, t.. viliify a:id abu.-e icrtions .
( 1 1 a new-paper
a- tccasi-. n may
the c mmuuity
i:.. are the be-t ar. 1 Sr:ne.-t supporters of the Gov
ernment. ISectuc the Mlnir-ters do not chance to
atteti-ijiiC F- rt Mreet Churcii i- that any reason wliy
they must allow their t-rzan to Miap like aa angry
cur at tint s-.;le:y, becau-e it chores to rais- its sup
j.rt in the nmst c uven'e:;t mle practicable, a n.c le
re-rted t in every civilize 1 country? But whit
buslne-s has the G vernmcnt to nicd lie .at all with the
"interna! arrangement" of this or that church? What
business have the Ministers to say that the Fort Street
Church must ri. t sell its sitting at auctions, stigma
tizing its policy of raising its support us " making
loerchan Use of its ncconitn.nlaticca. They have
none. And we cirge the Government with an open.
unjust a:i-I flvcrai.t abu-e of the conn lence reposed
in it by its cii.zeus. It arlords another instance of be sullied, by touching a single dime of those fees
the impolicy of the Ministers seeking to conduct a ' and charges which have been so sternly demauded.
newspaper. There is not a person connected with j Here is an abstract from the tariff of charges es
that church or ar.y ether who wili not condemn the j tablisheJ unJer act of Congress, dated August 10th,
. Government for this base act. The publication of the j lSC-C.
art:c!e ju-t a day tr two before the sale, won! 1 indi
cate that they had a motive to influence the sale and
; damage the church, aad the result would show they
hive succeeded to their hearts' content, as the auction
Sale this year amounts to S2,5, against S'3.100 re-
1 alized at the sate last year. To prosecute the Gov
ernment Organ for damages would of Course be use-
. less, but it richly deserves it.
I The Cir.cis. This place of entertain:. .ent was
open on Tue-day evening, an! the tent crowded as
usuib Afier witnessing the different acts which
1 were perf .rmed on this occasion, no one could won.
! der at the continued good audiences attending this
popular place of amusement. The bare-backeJ hotse-
; iiiatinip oi .ir. i-e-. pies, as tne luaian, is reany ex-
j cellent and daring, as was also tbe Iloman gl.adia-
tors, performed by Messrs. Peoples and Franklin
i Uut the elephant is Ihe wonder, and it is surprising
' with what ag lity and intelligence he exhibits bis
! different feats on casks, standing on two legs,
j either way, all at the instant command of his trainer.
Next ccuies the tnli.ig p.ny Cinderella, who goes
through her trick, such as dancing, answering
' questions by codding her head, laying down, sittiug.
' etc., etc., all t f which g jes to show to what ex-
tent a pony can be taught. Last, but not least.
; cune the well-traine 1 mules, Pete and Birnty,
j which wind up the performance with considerable
lest and satisfaction.
I Last night Mr. Geo. Peoples totk a benefit, and
j received what he deserved a crowded house. The
! performance cn the occasion was as usual highly
amusing and s iti-factory. Those who have not seen
, the show, will miss it if they do not soon "go auJ
; M.O thn !erha:it.
I Pkomit LtitKitAt iTT The prompt measures taken
t on Mon lay last, to aid Mr. Hughes, who had been
burnt out by the fire, are characteristic of Honolulu,
; and certainly commendable. A subscription paper
for his relief was started in the morning and before
I night mire that Sl-'OO pleJge-J, and any amount of
i sympathy an 1 hearty co-operation in aiding hi:u in
I getting under way again. A foundry anl iron
! machine shop is an u.Wni' ni:cfity bete, and this
' ftct has hal a good deal to do with the liber.-tlity with
which the proposal f-r aid has been met. Weare as
sured that a new establishment will so."u 1 started,
where every kind if iron work aud castings can be
, executed as cheaply and as Well .-is ia California. In
: the competency of Mr. Hughes, the public have fall
I Not less worthy of the substantial aid and iyni
! p.athy of the public are Messrs. Johnson i: Fosters,
; shipwrights, wh.-se entire mean were destroyed by
j the 5: ' The stock of plank, copper, vc., which they
ihavc io-t, w is a reieut puro'vi o it of the A !,
and a supply f.r two rears. We trust that our citi-
zei.s will not be backward in aiding them. Tins is
. the secon 1 time, we le!ieve, that Mr. Foster lias been
; burnt out anl I- st heivily.
! The Sii.r- ilo.MK. The fr. ends of this deserv
i ing institution will be happy to learn that it com-
; meneed the year 1T01 fri-e of Jebt. The contrii.u-
I tious held iu the several churches oine week since
'amounted to at-oiit S16. Tiie ladies' benevoleiit
; societies coutr'.bute-i each and the balance wa-,
we learn, made up by tiie Trustees. The Home, un
. der the careful management of Mrs. Thrum, can no
doubt be made to pay its way without incurring new
1 liabilities. The debt just paid oil was on account of
! the original c. st of constructing the building, and
; not for any current expenses.
I A New Year's Gift. Mr. J. Ritson has laid on
: our t.ii.Ie a beautiful photographic picture, called the
Sh tknXTfij-i U'tllc ry , aud representing the princi
: pal actors of the plays of that celebrated dramatist.
. The photograph was executed in England, and is a
most ers.juisitely beautiful specimen of art. The
donor wiil please accept our thanks for it, accompa
nied witli the wish that the New Year may be as hap
py as has been the old.
I I'if' The whaleship Afjutreal was off the port yes
terday. We understand that ("apt. Swle went to sea
some -lays ago, but in what vessel has not been learn
ed, though at the time it was reported, in the Bra-eauz-i.
The two judgments rendered ajjainst him In
the Admiralty Curt Consequently fell on his bands
men, neof which, that f ..r Slo'o has 1-een pit-!, and
the other S-750 is still unpaiJ, but will be settled in
a day or two.
Correspondence between the Ladies and the Trus
tees of the Queen's Hospital, on the -4th pige.
j A tiurtiou for Punnhou College.
! In which of the f .Mowing situations woul 1 the
brilliancy of a star be most affected ; and why r
, the atrnosrhere to be iu the same state in each CAse,
When the stxr is ten degrees above the apparent
horizon; or when it is ten degree above a injuntarn,
J whose .apparent height is twenty degrees ?
! The question requires some nice calwu'ationa ; the
'quantity f.f atrnosj here through which the tar i s
seen in the first instance, must be compared with a
drtTerer.t quantity in the second, together with the
pri bat. le den:ty an I moisture a'.ve the mountain
P.y inserting this vou will tb.ige
Mr.. Mm tor .- As the subj.H:t allu lei to in the
folloit j; extract his been melted in yeur colunins,
will you p'.eue publish th's little piece of inform i
tioti tor the benefit of Mr. Medley."
E.t. W. H. Neman's cotrej ition in N'.rth
II t Hey hive r rtirried to the ill practice rising
and firing the ch'.ir in time cf sinking. They have
triel the cu-t. m . f facing the j.u'.pit, n' w generally
n l. pte 1. t ut Com. 1 not be coiiteiited to turn tlo ir
b i.-'s.s up. ri tl.e eh .ir while pert.rtu n. t'.eir s ul--t'trrinr
p irt t" pul be w t-hi: .'
C.n;-- -he I.
Tbe Aiurriran Consulate ami lite Invsli
nlioiiB. i Mr. Emtor : Sciuet.me during the 'a sararrer,
: there arrived here the sloop of war lr.i .t. Beii-re
! her arrival it hal bee a ra:u. r.- i that the iMcculcr
was chargcl with the duty tf i:i-t:;atir.g a!!rg-u
allaoS the a l:uia:?tr Uk n of the L'ile-d Scaiea
Consu:atcs in this archip! ago an i soon after her
arrival, d. maiar. ler Hur.t .-.nd the L'. ?. Cvniniis
sior.cr prtvevdeJ with the da'y if the investigation.
Soo-n we - re apprir-. i. th it irua'.et.i-e '.: uJ ind
'...'i.'.'jis l.il tea d!c. verel. I-:h a: this p- rt
and Laha'na ; that ti e C t,?u. ha i Uen ia the
ha: it cf ajViiirg a l-re i.un.lvi if il'.egi! charges :
: ai.j a.i..:.g oi'itis that t:.e "j j or cv:.t. cl'.argel f- r
ct:i.L'g v. it'u ea : en a? a vi ''r.m :' : that
the l'.irfv.r's j 1 .e a v i;r:-' of unriglitev-u
rr-.-S: u. t it.'v to tl e it.iua.l e.-.t, but to the C-lsu's;
and Jhr the physicl ia f, r th,- H,
was as de
ii. the a.ud the others wiie in the mire.
Sa J I.-a'y o:.e hr.c day. our .jui-: ton was all
; UiTog to iearu that the Vice tn?al ha-1 l-eu removed,
by irtu-.- t f aa authority tr ii.sir.it Ul froia W.i-hir.g-
ta to the Cert'nilssl .-ner here, anl a the a::.e day,
resit the Purveyor an 1 I'iiyscian, a clean -weep 1
; .i.Yf left ; '.oi-.i men were imraellately supp!iel.
' N -vv, says every ct.e. the reiga of virtue has begun.
; .W-st, 1. ire-rot ed inncenso fruia Heaven deen 1.
i And to this almost superhuman virtue, ia all the
1 ad.iiinlstr ith ns cf the Co:is-i!a'e i- a-iJed in the
: heal, an iatell'geticc of the h'i.'s' order, an ad-
ministratlve ;il-ility prol a'.;y urn-epaled, certainly it
: h.a-1 ! eea I. rttofore untrie I. Ju lge then of cur
ciiijrin, viiiuu cur ci i.S lence in the I'otisa! was
iwe.-.kene! by fin.lir.g that h:s advice and protests
1 did m l s-it.d the result of alegil invertigatieu in
I any one case. Then, we iK'gan to appreciate that
j former Coi:su! haJ been worth Something ia the
; ad . ice line, that they had scrvt-d as pilots to settle
! uiot of cur dim -uities which recurred between
' ourselves, aad to keep us clear of harassing law
! suits. Our eonlidence in the Consular knowledge
j of the Law and Statutes of his own countrv is
shaken, but, thank God, there still remains incor
! rur tible virtue no hand that is there now will ever
r- a-i 1 I-:, r v:. $ 1.00
MU of la. lire. ii.clulit.;r oath of Master
Ur i--r of i.rr. .-: 50
No fee or advance allowed fjr discharging " sea
men," au 1 inasmuch as the Consul was brought up
an accountant, he wii! make no mistakes, an! it will
be all light. Bat see our bills on clearing the
Ivo:t an l .irliv-ry of p-m, f-J.Tl un.ler the att of Con-
irrrss, j ct. rn r rei?-t--rt. l:fljtfe.
Certilic.it'- .f crew li-t, 4 rj chare un.lrr act. 50e.
A 1 vance f..r men disehare.l. ( -a) $l.oo exi-re-ly f..ri.i.UeD.
Sir.l-l'inir i.rt:cle aii.l citaraiu---. :?l.oo mst.-a.l of $1.0ei.
tjr.ler f-r arret i-f meii. (ea.i Jl.isi " 60.
C-r:iueate ..f ..f lu-oii.. il.oo- ' 1.25.
Orlers t-n hi-u.-- i:i s-ti!-riiir;it of v..yatfe, (a) $J w charge
U!i l r uet of r.nirrs 25 et. eaeh r.l--r.
Cert;-ical- of settlf iu-nl .vf tw-i l.ols f la.ltri-alMi spr-Mtituieiit of
ci--t.-r, 'la-t ier t-ritl. l.eo.i $s 00 i:--.c...l of jj.Tj a..-, i-er
I Aud in allition to these an! many others like
j them, Sl.'H) each is charged for orders to harbor
; master, which some of us remember to have been a
j special subject of investigation by the committee.
1 Should any one express a doubt regarding jhese
j charges, we are prepared to show the original ac
I counts iu which they occur, and iu ad iition to show
' that there has been demanded and receive! from
; seamen, on their being discharge!, the sum of S1.00
j each, and from shipping masteis (i e., from the
'seamen) on their being shipped, SI. 00 each, whilst
, the sa;ne sums have been demanded of the masters
of vessels, shipping the men, whilst the sum of
i SI.. "SO has been exactel f.r an ord-r of arrest for
I men who have not repaired on board, wheu the or
j der is asked, in the interest of a shipping master
j who has stood security f.-r the seamen,
j Whether Maiik receip ts are signed by the men in
; the Il-.s-'ital, we are not aware, but this we do know,
! that they io not neglect to charge the ll.J per cent, on
the sum recognized as due to a seaman on his voy-
age, after Settling with htm, at the Consular rates,
: and ilc lusting all the exactions possible. How
! much thers may think has been gained by the
I change we do not know ; but that we have gained
nothing and lost much appears quite clear.
N. W. Povvi.K,
P. S. War 1,
and otters if reqinre i.
;l T-H! 'I.. PABV-K.H.
IIONOI.l l.l' TI'UX-VK'-KIX Aiirtiliott I
A U..-.-u:;.r .Monthly .M--.-ti.i-- -f th-s --r- in will r-o !,. i 1 TO
M.::i; V, H:IIAV KVKNINtJ. Jan. 1th. ut S ..Ve ;, at
which ail tti-- m--i!ilM.-r3 are reix-tfully invit.i t- atten.l.
l:u:ti.--..-i .f il:i;.. -l-iance is c iiiin Iw-f-.re t rir" Ei--et;n.
lV.-UrJ.-r: C. Htl.li l'KU'rtKlt,
ill-It S-crewry II. T V.
- ATTEXTIOX HOOKS. The inrm-
iSkjX t-rs of l'r..tecti..ii II .k ami li.ll r Ci. No. 1,
:m h rt y r-fi.-'t.J t- r.:e. t :it th-ir ha!l on
XlUNUAY KVKMNii, Jan. T, at 7 o"cl-- k pr.-c:s :y.
l'er r.l. r:
Ill-it S. cr.-t.iry I. II. A- I.. Co. No. 1.
ri llMMJ l.ATIIH. 15 IXC'II;
Ea:r:'aiiks s.-al- , !atf-.rtn and C'-u-iOt;
ll.ay Stat-? e.M.kir.i st-.v--.. 5 ii-s; r.a:lr plow,
II .r- pl.w. 1 fir.-s: side lull '.'-'ri. .. y i.es.
i .r.i .ti-:i.-r4. round --.:ite-l -.a l-s and sh'.Vt-ls,
I'lrtv I--. .x 1h.-. eac.ll- rai--- . l''.:!.f .."ks.
Hunt's MX--., pit iw. f. re arid I. ft m::;..
l-:i I pi:, paints, oil, tiir-nti.i--. Minds and d. rs,
aii..ih. -I.i.--. putty, l.iii. . l.i.u . wh.tc v..rr.i-!i.
I.-Kthr varni'h. c:.r-r.trs' tK !s, a cr nt v.iri. ;y-,
1-..U..1- hart.-s'. p!:i-1 an I pl..in; (tiii.-td sashi-n.
Hand cart, a h ll. irn.w.-., w-h tui.. !. Ix..irds,
A 1r - and ate ha" ll. . ha-id a:; I l-in h T.-H,
saxr el-inip-i. ii'. I -r hardware. ?reu: variety;
flat.-1 naif. ii. d I). miiii-'ti e- !'-e p-t.
Ou.r. d laiii'-rn". inamet lia-k t-, Ate.. A-c.
r4 ) -Cm
; i ,
Ml)i:ili II A vixr; MH TRKO
th- .-rvi. s of a r-t ii-n I I'lii in In-r. -n.d r,--
.- ml. rni los fri.-nds and the p;iil:c le rnliy tint he is
prepar'-d to e.v-eine all kind- of w .ru in t!ie plunder li,..-. in a
zieat w..r..n.ani:ke ina!:ie-r. at prie. s whieh ilefy i. toj t titioi..
An aJ.-rtni-iit of
I id I'i:--.
t.. -(. t Lead.
Ir. n Sink an)
Iron ir.ith Tu'..
criistantly . n 1 and.
Th".--- p-r--.r.s who int.-:. 1 !.a-. inir wat-r i-f- -iu-.sl i:.t th-'r
h- ii---, w. uld .!. well M have th- i i)- laid at an early lat-. in
r i- r to i r.a.ly vrh.-n the new pip- arc laid. UiS-lita
Fire Proof and Water Proof Hoofing.
IJK.ST. t'IIKAI'KT AMI MOT I't'B-
" IL--jti ri tr that can te had f r any t.uit.lin, is the
rr 33 inj t nooFUNTG-:
Manufa.-t ii-.-d I v the
, m:v hnci.am) iiooriNf; am maxc
I I'ACTI'RIVf; (l)MIMXV.
I Thi- lt--'.3'i!r i now in u.c in all part of the I n ;.-d States
1 and I'aiia ia. and has a reputa-.i.-ii ---crid t-. ti-.rie.
1 It i i..w in ue .n nir,t of the pul ..e l-uddit;: or. th'--e Ilandn
; ai.d on several su.-ir l'lanlations, and p.vos entire sat..ia.'ti.'n
; t- all.
A -'.ii.i: 1 - f C'lMI-.i.-ITI'iN anl Ffil.T f.r IV:-nt lt.-.fu.g,
sh rt: fn.m IV t .n.
! 11 i'l.KY . HaTKS. Ajr-rit f.r lla vai.an l-!..i, 1-.
i 2'ir-tf K-.rtheN. K. It -..Tin an 1 Matiuf. ..-turn. p .'...
: just im :ci:i ' h:i
ESSal "TRITON !"
j FR'iM LIVllRI'DOL.
1 A CIIOK'K ASVOUTM K.VT (IfHVfiMSH
V and st'ofi 11 COM Ki Tl. i.M.UV. a -i..a:i !.t rut ui. in
y a- r-. v. ry uita' 1-- f.r ' hri-'.n a and N-w V-ar"s r v
A er.--.ee 1 -t "t si.aio-h I.H .UI K. a o-ir article
r -iif'.s ai.l c-: r' r s.-,i- l.y J. t'ATT tNAi'H,
'--s-oia Nu.ianu st., one .io, r from c.-mer of Kn.ir -t.
COMMERCIAL CALENDAR FOR
I ti.- NhU I. A It ii- I. -- i-C-
'ir.t :,-.- U ri . f tl.i pat- r. I;
C A I.KN n A K
-I. ..nd CO ! - h i
I a: tl.e
j'.t.t-i-ll.-u.- A'ma-.a.? f r 1-'I .
M.ni-r f tt.e il .v.-r-.n-.-r t ;o 1 '
I'-i-.. .pa! r- f t:.. i - - ,-t.i... i
J !.!, . ai ! t rr - f h i i r .jrt.
oh.:- r f Ir.-i it and . ..
IT::., .pal Ani.n -r;ari- .
K iip- f r l-.l.
T i i-- .-f u-i -U'r.. :.t c- ! 1 and .'. -r e
And var.- r'.er data and i-f..rt.; tti--t
IX 1'n '. i ;i c .pi; .:i fv'.' T". 5u
ti j aper. -ja .-et ts.
Are you Inurril !
Seme l..re F'ern McTcTntile H'-uc put oa their
printeJ B '.1 hea is the above cap;!- n. The 1 itc fire
might teach .a U-n uP a that rjo-ct, if we wou, d -
! 'i t you Ir, cirrf T No siys r,e, who clirg" to
his animated r-tioa cf put tin out a rnging fire
! ;.v. ..f water aai wet
t ..i.iie:s. -
? The fire was -to; pe-I
! don't want to be. what the use?
; Icrz ere I wa it; any latiirer,
and I know it wou: i
Art yo: J
, I wih I as.
have 1'i-ea i:
up to heav en
No y the x :.-it !e mar., I ut
I Wi -i
1' !.ie r:fn per cein. to
... - - - O
i.a I s-w the 6 ur mi!! Hut;
i irs ru 1 ly 1'ht over !:.n 1 nd
,r I w.i to U-ii.g a t-eggar but !
:rv l w
tea, ar. 1 I felt h
vr i .o
f r f. rt i:-ite c t;e ",' "
! .i.i lou l;u,;l .' No .-ays the p.rud
... T it .e tiive me four g-.K-i stotie
OH. 1 J
I ar.-unl me and at: Insurance p-cu.-y m my sate,
I will laugh at danger.
.Ire lou Infurtir Ycu had better be. Pull
down year combustible c'J shanty and put up a tl
1 sla'e roof ur.n it and
high Mid a
iroti shutters to the wir. lows.
riz"it as far as tire is concerned.
Then you are nil
BlRMNO CP THE SrEAMSllIP Co.V X A I V- 1IT AT fKA
Co.i 'i.: i.
:Kt of the G i!ay
. .1. ... p....... ... fr-..o
, was Durned at sea, ci. .iu. on un ?.-. ;
(Vilwiy to New York. When about 150 miles front;
li- stoti, she sprung a leak in the encine r- m, an 1 in
spite of the great efforts of a!! i n Uard the water,
gained rapidly t in a short time fire w.-m discovered, j
. and the captain immediately l-.wered his It.ats anl :
1 filled them with passengers. A cut 1"J o'clock the ,
brig .Vi'inif Srr.eijT.-r saw the s:gna's of distress fiy- ;
, ing ; she iiiiUie-i.atcly bore uow u and took everybody .
j oa board, auiouLting in ali to al.ut six hundred pT- :
I sons, and carried them into ll-.-stoti. Nothing was ,
I saved but the mails .and the clothes which the pa- j
sengers an 1 crew had on their backs. Tiie Comaught j
I sailed from Galway on the 2r0. ult., and reached t.
j Johns, New Brunswick, on the 3d inst. She sailed
i thence for New York on the same day. The weather j
i was pleasant after leaving St. Johns un-il Saturday, i
6th hist., when there was ti very heavy blow from tiie j
; southwest. The last seen of the Co-ir.auzht was at ;
! two o'clock on Monday morniug. Oct. 8th, when she .
j was a c.r.mplete ina-s tf flames. It is thought that the j
I fire had been smouldering for a b-ng time, from the I
rapid progress made by the flames after being d:s- .
; covered. The captain is unable to account for the j
j leak, whicli filled the vessel rapidly against all the j
ciF.Tts r.f the pumps. The Corinaujht was valued at t
! SWQ.Oit'), and was fully insured in England. She;
was iron, and wad launched at New Castle, on the :
! Tyne, in April last. She was over 4' tons burthen,
: aud haj five water-tight compartments. I
SCHOOL BOOKS 2 !
: rivui; liOAKI) O r EIHI AIIUV r lllt.i
j 1 U.aa aiian ;..vert.iii--iit. having r-cent!y . l.vted and ap- j
i .rornl t.h- 'Aoi.i.vl $ till LS of H- riders, f.r ue in
' the tl.t-lish sclMK.ls, tt.e tUlrnrr will l.ereauer irr ru. u
i vj,.ks on hand for SAie. and will supply any order froLa tiie
! other islaivis.
The f 11 iiir sch.xd tx ks caa t-e had :
The Progressive Primer,
do. do. Speller,
do. do. First Header,
do. do. Second Header,
do. do. Third Header,
Emerson's Primary Arithmetic,
Tower's First Lesson in Grammar,
Cornell's Primary Geography.
ALSO OS HAND,"
Parker'-- Nat: mil lrinier,
W.l st. rV I-jieoers, the Natiorjal sjieller,
Weil's Kiemei.t-iry Grammar, (.I'riuiary;
d. Ss-yioid Grair.aiar.
It. .Lin"!! Pr.mury A rit;itv tic,
t'.-l1 urn Mental A rithin- tie.
M'Nal!'s Sch -'l il-.-r.i l.y,
lt'i" ieithi.e of ei .L-ra hy.
W ritinir 1V--U s, wi'h and with roj.ies.
White and e- I'.red f'halic Cr.yuni,
Slate and IVncil, lirawii.g IVneil. .cr., Ac.
Kor sale Lt
241-2m-24'. II. M. WHITNEY.
Diaries for ISO I .
A I.R(;K COIibKCTlOX OF POCKET
. 1)1 KII ar.l AL.MAXAtS t.r W.l. r-.tencj
by the tir-t ;. act direct fpjtii ew uTm
F. r aaie 1 V
11. M. v IliTNKV.
GOOD COOK WITH KKt'UM MKMi.l-
tiui.s. Ai'i'iy t I
W. H'NOAN. I
Snitfblle lor lJiesciiti
JIST KUCKIVKI) 15V I.ATH .
fr'!D NV" York an-1 sn:i Kraui isin. tnnr l
A K RIVALS
I f r eale ty the m..l. r-i jn-.!, Ht rmiuceil .rn--es :
IWnlC'lK'a iiud Jewelry, of the latest at..l mt fasliion
ahlc s: :-s.
i SilTr-r Warr of nil .lecrit ti-.n-. an.I ilesictis the most
j re. lurch.-, s.-.ital l- f..r rfei.t either f..r la iie? or a- ntleni.-n. '
! Holie ill i n ii a:i I otl tr cut-C'.'-? or:::.u.enu for trie Uou loir j
I aud dres-it. t.a-!e.
Oriii ulii nn. I Turluix- Sht-ll scut I: tti.s and I' .rt
Ierl miil Silver dessert and fruit Knives,
i'al-.. r Mache. and
I-irii.-s' Fans. J
Hair orr.ain.-T-.ts. a splendid ass't. j
r It II I , l.iir siHU.m Illiu . 11 M oi kne uj.-i mii"ur
and stud'.t.l worUuial.shi.
Aiul nrh-T artici--3 ..f
ISIJOl'TKKI n si ml A" IZ 11 T X." ,
T'i nunier .us to mention.
I. N. VI.ITNKR.
'2.10-lm Kaahmoanu street.
FORT STREET SELECT SCHOOL
flMIKTIIIKIlTKItM OK TIIK S( IKll.AS.
tic year, ki.i oj-ri
Mum I:it. .Iiin'y " . I S. It
;--t:j f-.r a.!i!ii.;-r- I-e ma le pri.-r to
Kvit pnj.il ill r-iiir- a .1 k aril
j. A. riil :tVSTr:i:. Priticir.nl.
ij d-.-:raloe that nj r;.-;
cninnieiie-'mei.t of term
MRS. I.. T. ItltKW sTUK.
MlsS II. Till "K.-l-KLI..
The ut.. rit
r has JfST T.Y.f
KIVKI, ar.d will keep on hand.
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
TIIK I'LIXIATKIX 1K CAI'T.
JAMKS MAKKK.of I laoalakua, Last Maui. The hiuh
reputate n whieh ti..- u.-nr pr..iii---d on thi p':intatt..n have
alay held, a arnmt th- remark thai ti-j en.-ie--r arta ean
l- ol-tain.-.i in th: r:ark-t.
The att.-nti-.n f iieal.-rs and other is invited to the samples,
receive! W. K. SS'i l!ni It Ass.
tuliee in Kii;i.- r"9 Hail. hi. i:. opj , ,te Sid- r' Tin :i.-p.
To lhoe vviliiiii: ttt irof'iii(- KNGI.ISH or
A I It-It I C A X HOOKS.
wixr; to t ii k iC!u:akd kxpknsk
.itt- r. l:i iT I':.- nop -i t.it'..:i
d-mand f r tie r- th- u:..ler.i.-j...l
ord.-r principally to 'i ti l.-.w.k a i
t'V p'trti'M u ishmtj lifin.
'ill li-raf:-r ci.f;iio Ms
An order will l- f-.r;rl.sl t ll-t.vn on.--, a month, t-r su.-h
now or oi l puhli a'.i :. a. may le d- -:r 1. p. ry-.n w:hii.ir to
pr.-ur- l -.k. will t!..-r f-.re 1-ave th- r .rd- r. an I the same
Wll! pr.--ur.-l eiih-r l-y K.vpr-- via Panama. ..r hv sh-.i- via !
I Cr ll .rn. Su.sle e. pi.-s of l..k or-1, red to .me l.y l.vj.r. . '
.ii c.i laia .i. .wn in Honolulu at-.nt nrtu fur nut. mtr tie
h-imr prirr ; th we c-niin? ty ships, aln.ut thirty rrrtnt.
Where a numler of h-.ks are ..r.l.-r-l for on.' p..r.-n, tl.e charge '
wiil l-e I.-. j
The time r-';uir-d to c-t hoo'h I y Kpr.-s, will be from 4 to 5 j
months ; and l.y ship, fp.ni C to s n.oi tl.. j
Honolulu. I-e. li.V). ilit-Sin II. M. W1I1TNKY.
Jl ST RUCEIVEI) HV KXI'KFss VU isTH
ills, fr -ta I! t .n and l'hilad-i; hi i. an a..rin,ei.t of
HOOTS AMI MIOHS!
!-' -t -tv!. f. r L:idi-s. ; i.tj an 1 ("i.i'. lren.
IU lillKKS. AM, SIZKS.
A few airi M .-' I-:t'l:-.KIl lux-TS: small lot a:ikert't
tiiiit.d 1;...;-, f.,r w t w.-,th.-r.
Xy I! -.-. ar.J AjtJ made and r- j.-iir-d at short n l y
J. II. XVi-."iU.
nAVINf; lISM)SF.I OF Mi" lipsiNFSS
.i.t. r-.-t a: II.:- to It s. .-, i..-.r. K-.j . I have t . iv.,u.-st
tn.it a.l part;. avi:. d- n, in.: a.-ainst ni.-. a di r---t.t the
u.e t il. U a.-kf- .v r ... H-.!,..!uiu. ..r t. n.vs-.-li ..t lli'. for
immediate pa a d a.l part.- md-l.ted t'o m-.ar.- rtwt
fuiry r.-ni.-t-! t . ir.-.k- payro-ut us a! . ve. It. 1'ITM
it ao. l'.c. i. is'.i ...-Vina
T IIF.IIF.HV flll ir vn-rii'i' th .-r . ....
a . - ; .ia iii.i.
"' 1 7' re).-.n-.t -,e f-r. or , ay ai y d-l;ti contracted in w.y
name, without a wr.f.e:, or r fr. in try.-If.
" P. .1 A FFr.K.
II n- l.oa. i. t-..-- r. l-.'.i. - .-
CALENDAR FOR 1861.
1 1 z
I t 5 f
I - -
Z - t
I i r ; J
7 l' 11 i-j
II 1". 17 I lj
Jl -J-J -:! 21 -j.j 'j.; -V
Js .'. o Ul
4 -r 0 7 s
1 J o 4
f. - b '.- 1" 11 M
13 14 l' 1" IT 1" 1
Ji -jl "J4 'J''.
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3 4 ' ' 7 s
in 11 2 1-: 11 l'
17 is 1'.' 'M -Jl -J 'J:3
3 4 r : s
in 11 1J M 14 1" l'i
17 is l.i -M Jl '-.
't S) 'Jf -7 1TJ :
12 3 4 ") 0.
7 S l' 11 1'-' I"
It I. K. 17 IS 1.' ft
Jl 'SI Si -t -7
1 - o 4
.-, . ; 7 1 10 1 1
1-j l?. 1 1 l' If. 17 is
l .t -Jii'-Jl 'JJ -4 'J-"
II K 1-. II .i 1.
It !'. -J" -Jl -22 -a
- -T '1
1 '2 3 4 5 t, -S
10 1 i 12 1,5 :
l-'i l'"i 17 lr l'.l -Ji! .V
2-2 '.; J4 2d Sj -j7
1 - u 4 .,
f. 7 -S . In 11 to
1:5 11 15 V, 17 is
2" "Jl 22 -2-3 21 X, -v
27 2 :; 51 J
.3 4 -j tl 7 8 y
1 11 12 l:, 1 r,K
17 1 i n 2i 21 -J-'
24 2 2'J 27 2r3-,J;
1 2 o 1 C :
'.' 1 11 12 l:i 14
l-" ii 17 Is 1j iii 21
! -e- I .1,' o- "1
2. ' -'A
js . :;n ill
J 4 o -j 7 h
in 11 1' l:i 14 I"
10 17 IS 1 '- -'1 '-2
POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT CF
(rent Showjfc Vvm
woxmiun i. :YM.AsTi:,.vruon..
TIC AM KQIESTKIAN I'll ATS.
Tliis Matl.iu.-th Couhii.iiti.Mi will exli.bit on
Tliiii'Kclsiy. J:m. :j,
BENEFIT OF MR. YM. FRANKLIN!
The Wunderfal Perf.M-niing KhphsDt
L BEET ! "
Ian KiCe's Cxiiic W'jtxlers, the Muks
PETE 3c BAENSY
The highly traiaeJ Ponies
A lar,re aud eSeient Troai of the
Bos. lVi -formers in the World !
In their Wonderful, Inc. mparal le Gymr-aslic, Acrdtic lot
iuestrian Feats. i
J. WIION Ar Co., lr..iritor.
II. fSIITII V o.
ROWX'S HRONCIIIAL TROt'HES. IX-
vaSual.W fr CM-, Cou-h ami H.iamtief,
Halm of Thousand flowers,
hxira Tiir.ins f.r IDeiua I'utnp,
1 horn's Kxtraet,
For sale ats, larife variety of
I'erfuiaery. kc kc.
FAMILY DRl'li 5TiRE,
239-6t Corner F.rt anj Iluu-I u.
AT LOW PRICES.
BKKAKFAST. DIXXEB . M TEA SETS
Ass..rt-l Tui ens.
Aiirnl '"ps a:i ! 5.iuW.
Assorted Chaui'uer M. rf
various pattern, tc, fce , A-c.
Ars .rt. J p'.at. d Cs..r. cut c!a- Tumi.! r.
Cut-'la i:.e i:a- -, o.it--i:;s- ..vai.t--r. kc,
Klt-etr. plate.1 Sj--.ii-, i.--rnian si. v r spo'-ri-..
Ivory hai.l!e. knive. p.artl lor.
l'iate-1 Must-.rd ar.d 2-a:i Siw-n, ti''.. kc.
I v :. V. I'Fl.l OKU.
23'.-tf IVrn-r ijn :i Mii Nuuanu
Confectioner- ! Confectionery
UKt'KlVKI) KVt-.llY TUII" l-'KAX,:
IKS I A LM lili, fr. m -ati JV-iwif', clion-e lots '
Ki-sau. rrli hniled t'limlii "' t'nf '"
Also Knelish V.U:.uts ari.1 Soft s!.- l:l A c.-r..' ?
K.T:ilel.y J. C Al I'AN -
lids-rtii, " Nuuanu st , on door frxn e-.n.er of K.ng t I
FOK SL1 BVTHE rXDCRSlGXP:
t.INH HAVANA CICAKS. ,
Manila i.-ar. .No. 1, N" i -N " :!- '.
I-ikcn ie, Snprrior Natnrnl Leaf 'he i? ?
antl Sniohin- Tobii.co.
Alo A choice lot of tin -y G-rman I'ipe-
Cris ii-n Nuuritia t . ne d..r fr-ui c--mr ef K.g !
-T A. Fa
'INK ASMI RT M EXT OF l'LAI -"
rancy Krea.-ht.Uiy Titos.
' I .'ATTANACII.
e - l.v
Xuunnit st.. one d .r frra rMw IvinErt
I CHINA KICK. .jOlb.f;s
No. 1 Japan Kiee, iu and llJ i" l,--' .
l'...r sale ly
( lu i se ! ( hp,',' ! ( hcc'
CALIFORNIA CRRAM CIIEESE
(" alitorniv Swi-s l'h.s-e,
Ku.-1-.sli Cheese, in steal1, tlr.s. , ,
For sh!- '.',.
I'niii ' iViiii ! Truit !
w at a B - -
Sl'I'KltlOK MALAGA It A lIX'!-In
li'i'l an 1 ipiart-r.
C urran-in tn.all jars. , .
f.vr sale l.y
Spices I Spices I Spiers
I.b KtXIIi SU KS-
IV.U.MTS. FII.I KKTS. JOUIAN
' N US. iVrs-.l' t1
CITRON. I.F..MON A N t OK N.K
Canary eeds. r'-r sa!''
'o, S I
Teas! Teas! TeT
SL'PF.K. OliroxC. T. ION. 1 BOXb
i.l 1'ouehonc. iii IS and i0 lb. lv-s.
Common T -a. in half chest.
'iril'IOCA. In TINS
I'.-arl Sao, in tins.