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v , The following letter of Rev. J. S. Green had
escaped oar notice until oar attention wu called
po it bj the last Polynesian but on looking over
ur exchanges we find a copy of the Puafic. re
erred to, and republish entire the letter criticised
j the Polynesian, in response to a general
equest, as tbej Bay, notwithstanding per
ianal allusions to. the publisher. That . we
uv opposed to Mr. Green's mode of warfare, was
ihown in our issue of Not. 10, 1857, in which
Ve maintained that his course in dabbling into
jolitical affairs degraded him in the ey.s of all
ienaible men, and tended to cast odium on the
loble work of missions in which he is engaged,
rbe manner, howerer, in which the Polynesian
attempts to gag him by allowing him only an tx
'a te hearing, is mean, to say the least, and un
worthy of one who sets himself up as gifted with
rreat critical acumen. In order to gire a fair
iaring. we reprint the letter in full. In all
J3 says aboat oar neighbor, the public will con
jde he is not far from the truth :
Mazawao, Man, Hawaiian Islaxds,
July 30th, 1S58.
CorroKS Wxxxlt Pacific:
! Allow me to gire you another item which I
Snd alluded to- in the minutes of the Association,
ind which I bear by all who visit as from Hono
lulu. I allude to the Hula or native dance
which has been allowed on the Island of Oahu,
aspecially at Honolulu and vicinity for this long
time. Both of the pastors of the native churches
it the metropolis speak of them in their reports
; as throwing obstacles in the way of success of the
;.pel. The kuls is the native heathen dance,
shameful in the extreme, connected with, and
leading to drunkenness and licentiousness. The
deeds of sin and shame perpetrated at those
places cannot be told on paper, and they greatly
facilitate the downward progress of the nation.
am glad to see that the. Association chose a
committee to petition government for the sup
pression of these infamous bouses. Of the result
of such petitioning I will speak when it shall be
' known. As yet we are saved from witneing
these shameful doings. - Stations remote from
harbors and shipping escape, in a great measure,
t the temptations arising from the above source.
,Yoa can guess who of our foreign residents and
Visitors have a taste for such things. Bum and
' heer selling and drinking bare a natural affinity
with, if tbey di not originate such recreations.
If you see the Hawaiian papers1 for the List
few weeks you will see a considerable sparring
between the Polynesian, the government organ,
and the C mmercial Advertiser, the paper pub
lished bv Mr. Whitney. I think I can read
(what falls under my eye through these two chan-
e els with much impartiality. ( am a Hawaiian
ituen a disinterested friend of the government
and the people for whom I hare toiled thirtv
years, and for whom I hope to toil till I die. t
c:n appreciate all that is said in these papers,
and I mean fcark-saly to expose what I think
wrung in both of them. Each of these papers
have criticised my communications for the Pacific
and other periodical with great freedom, a
thing which they had a right to do under the
-ame responsibility to God and conscience as I
feel myself to be acting when I Fpeak of them.
In speaking of the sparring between these papers
of late, I cannot conceal tliat in my opinion the
'Advertiser has greatly the advantage. In notie
ing the report of the Minister of the ' Interior,
Mr. Whitney repels the insinuation therein con
tained and approved by the editor of the Poly
nesian, perhaps written by him, that less pains
had ten taken by the teachers of the Hawaiian
race in inculcating the datk-s which fall under
the fifth commandment of the decalogue than
those which fall under the fovrth. Nothing
could be more groundless than this insinuation.
I could not tell yoa in a brief space how much
labor has been bestowed . on this part of our
fl.ckT in school both on week days and on the
Sabbath, by oral instruction and written. The
insinuation i as ungenerous as it is false; and
Mr. Whitney fully exposes the groundlessness of
fie cnarge. lne same governmental organ is in
favor of supprefteinjj; all further printing in the
Hawaiian Linguag-;, pronouncing such printing
a " literary ahortion. ' He would thus abandon
the mas of the nation to hopeless ignorance, as
the adulia can never acqnire the English lan
guage. For this advice the Commercial forcibly
rcprovt-s lain. Again you may see iu the Com
mercial of J uly 15, a long report from the govern
ment organ under the head of " Hospitals still
wanted giving a pathetic account of the death
of a young woman, whose death he, editor Poly
nesian, attributes to the want of a hospital. ' In
remarking on this extract, the Commercial tells
the governmental journal some terribly severe
truths. They are so much to the point, and
they will give our California friends so much in
sight into some of our trials that I will give you
some extracts. r " Let it not bo asked xchy we
, have no hospital. Let it not be asked why the
inferior coin of the Hawaiian race is being lost,'
j a cut you perceive of the government editor on
account of the color uf the people, "and dying
off at the rate of 15,000 soula per annum. As
' long as a useless public press is maintained as a
political necessity at an expense of $10,000 a
year, more or less, as it may be, to tickle the
; vanity of a minister, so long will our mountains
! anl valleys re-echo to the public ear an answer as
' damning' though as unavailing as the moan of
the poor dying natives. There is money enough
; to print one thousand and eleven pag of bien
nial nonsense from the portfolio of the foreign
office, bat to heal the wounds of the dying native
there is onlv an empty treasury." Those dis
eased people,' he quotes from the government
organ again ' who pass their days and nights in
meaning poor wretches! thcro is no nightingale
to warble comf. rt to them, they have no hospitals
and no dispensaries to which they might crawl
for relief. They must just lay down and bear it
in a great proportion of instances, that means to
say, they must just lie down and die. " And,"
! adds the Commercial, with as much truth as
indignant eloquence, "when the last of tho Aliis
(lQlelsi snail nave own gainervu u- tuo ruyu.
tomb of his Cithers, when the sun shall have shed
its setting ravs on the erave of the. last of the
J aboriginal inhabitants of our group, and our sea
I girt coral reel snail re-ecno tneir eternal requium,
when the kingdom shall have passed into the
hands of another dynasty, then will the historian
record with unbiassed pen the causes which led
to the extinction of a noble race ; then will the
rrjnt ministry be weighed in the scales and bo
found wanting ; and the record will still remain,
that one press dared to point out the causes
which hastened a nation's extinction and opposed
the blind and vain policy of a misguided minis
try. Alas that these things should be so that there
should be expended on a worthless soldiery some
$10,000 a rear, and another $10,000 on a news
paper which scarcely one in a thousand of the
people can read, and which, if they could read,
would do them incomparably more hurt than
w4 rti il aMrkrlirtv tsi i tm nvn -armwintr.
nothing is done by the government to save the
nation from a speedy extinction. Yoa will not
wonder why the nation is rapidly approaching its
crisis, and yoa will need no prophetic ken to see
that it will soon cease to exist as such.
In speaking of the opposition of the government
orean to any farther printing in the Hawaiian
language, 1 am reminded of a ruse he lately
bat Hawaiian blood in her reins. It is an excel
lent letter, which I wish the editor and each of
bis readers woald lay to heart. It renounces the
doctrine that no fallen woman can become virtu
ous, and that while all my scorn the " wanton,"
the libertine may be admitted into good society.
'Let public opinion," the says, "scathe them
both alike until they are reformed.'. Speaking
of Honolulu, she says, " Yes, what a commotion
there would be, even in this quiet city of Hono
lulu, if every wife could find out the true charac
ter of her husband ; and God knows what trouble
there might be if every husband could eee the
trua character of his wife. But permit me to
say that I believe there are more virtuous wives
than husband. If it be not so, the world is very
wicked. Tic. I remain yours, with respect,
Magdalen. - - . - ' - -
Here, my dear sir, yon have aa extract from
what purports to be the production of a young
Hawaiian female, no fcreira blood. Is it not a
rsasje specimen oi suii in u xvAguao jb
played upon nis reaaers in paoiisning a tetter on
reform," which he pronounces to be the genu
ine production of a vounz woman , with nothing
guage? Yes. and the Latin, too. I think yoa
would say, could you read the whole, that she
has not only acquired a considerable proficiency
in the English language, but that in the use of
this language and of the Latin , too, she falls not
a whit behind the astute editor himself. No
Hawaiian female, young or old, could ever have
written that letter: who did write it, you can
ffvess as well as I." Yours, truly, "
l. B. UEEXX. .
Carlema M4e Get tia m "Wife.
One little act of politeness will sometimes pave
the way to fortune and preferment. The follow
ing sketch illustrates this fact :
A sailor, roughly garbed, was sauntering
tbroush the streets of New Orleans, then in a
rather damp condition from recent rain and the
rise of the tide. Turning the corner of a much
frequented alley, he observed a young lady stand
ing in perplexity, apparently measuring the
depth of the muddy water between her and the
opposite side-walk, with no very satisfied counte
nance. : . -
The sailor paused, for he was a great admirer
of beauty, and certainlv the fair face that peeped
out from under the little chip hat, and the au
burn curls hanging glossy and unconfined over
her muslin dress, might tempt a curious . or
admiring glance. Perplexed, the lady put forth .
one little foot, when the gallant sailor with
characteristic impulsiveness exclaimed
That pretty foot, lady, should not be soiled
with the filth of this lane; wait for a moment
only, and I will make you a path.".
oo springing post iivr uiui o wupcuKt kwji
opposite, be bargained for a plank ooara mat
stood in the doorway, and coming back to the
smiling girl who was just coquettish enough to
accept the services ot tne h ana some young saiior,
be bridged the narrow black stream, and she
ii-inned adnata with a merrv thank TOU." and
a roguish smile, making her eyes as dazzling as
tbey could oe.
Alas, our young sailor was perfectly charmed.
What else would make him catch up and shoulder
the plank, and follow the little witch through
the streets to her home, she twice performed the
ceremony of " walking the plank," and each
time thanking him with one of her eloquent
smiles. Presently our young hero saw theyoung
lady trip up the marble steps of a palace of a
house, and: disappear within its rosewood en
trance; for a full moment he stood looking at the
door, and then with a wonderful big sigh turned
away, disposed of his draw bridge, and wended
his path back to bis ship.
I he next day he was astonished with an order
of promotion from the captain. Poor Jack was
speechless with amazement ; he had not dreamed
of being exalted to the dignity of a second mate's
office on board one of the most splendid ships
that sailed out of the port of New Orleans. He
knew he was competent, for instead or spending
his money for amusements, visiting theatres and
bowling-alleys on his return from sea, he pur
chased books and become quite a student ; but he
expected years to intervene before his ambitious
bopes would be realized..
His superior officers seemed to look upon him
with considerable leniency, and gave him many
a fair opportunity to gather maritime knowledge;
and in a year the handsome, gentlemanly young
mate bad acquired unusual lavor in tne eyes ot
the portly commander. Capt. Hume, who had
first taken the smart little Muckered follow, with
his neat tarpaulin and tidy bundle, as cabin boy.
One night the young man with all the omcers,
was invited to an entertainment at the Captain's
house. He went, and to his astonishment mount
ed the identical steps that had two years before
....... a a,
tne origntest vision tie naa ever seen ; a vision ne
had never forgotten. Thump, thump, went nis
brave heart, as he was ushered into the great
parlor, and like a sledge hammer it beat again,
when Capt. Hume introduced " his blue-eyed
daughter, with a pleasant smile, as " the young
ladr once indebted to your Politeness for a safe
and dry walk home." His eyes were all a blaze, ,
and his brown cheeks flushed hotly, as the noble
Captain sauntered away, leaving fair Orace
luuie at bis side. And in all that assembly was
not so handsome a couple as the gallant sailor
and the pretty ladie."
It was onlv a year Irom that time that the sec
ond mate trod the quarter-deck, second only in
command, and part owner with the Captain, not
my in his vessel, but in the anections ot his
daughter, gentle Grace Hume, who had always
cherished respect, to say nothing of love, for the
His homely but earnest act of politeness to
ward his child had pleased the Captain, and,
though the youth knew it not, was the cause ot
his first promotion So that now the old man
ha retired from business, Harry Wells is Capt.
Wells, and Grace Hume is, according to polite
parlance, Mrs. Capt. Wells. In fact our honest
sailor is one of the richest men in the Crescent
City, and he owes, j-erhaps, the greater part of
i - . . . ,. - .
nis prosperity to uis tact ana politeness in crow
ing the street.
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do banken' wallets, for note six Mils; - - :
A few gross of real Albata pens; ladies' small sised etter paper;
Italian office desk hones; camel hair pencils, etc., etc.
S-f . . H. M. WHITNEY.
WILTJER'S NEW STVLE FIRE-PROOF
safes, with powder proof locks, received per Young
Ore. (lia-CQ - W. . LAPP.
SOAP. . .
QsTlsTst BOXES, 5 LBS. EACH ENGLISH
VTHite fln.n Ttir Yankee.1 tar sal bv
V. 1 BIL-DtkHB CO.
CASKS sssorted sites, to arrive per MByrsM
For sale by
CHAS. BKEWEK. So.
Ao a CORD tor good Fire Wood, os lbs Isadlnf
t0 stOwlte Arryte
- t .... : l i - ' rrK-nrmTTDrH H 1 : V.O .
mm .1 ii i 1111 r iwsii.i i at u la m -sb i , a-ssaaamamw-' 11 .- . -t
. l r 1
THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
HA VINO IN USE AN ...
Adams' Imperial Poller Press,
RltGGLES' CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
X rlxxtins Material
: . INCLUDING
The Rest Assortment of Plain and FancT
- Cards eyer Imported, ' .
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
IN EVERT VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
SHOW BILLS. .
' WAT BILLS.
CONSULAR BLANKS, ; -
- BOOKS, fcc
Wm be executed promptly, la a superior manner, and at reason
able prices. -
XT Orders, by naii or otherwise, win receive Immediate attrB-
XT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oaho. 07-tf
JUST ARRIVED !
THE BEST ASSORTED
STOCK TN TOWN!'
TO BE SOLD REASONABLE,
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
OPPOSITE HAKES AND AXTHOX'S BLOCK.
At T. WATERHOUSE,
. WHOLES VLB AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HS JUST RECEIVED. PER "MEUTA,"
ENGLISH and AMERICAS GOODS ch-rice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a large quantity of.
Cheap Sai sidle. . v
Saddlery Fixings, Including whole Hides, Enameled Leather, and
Furniture for Carriages.
Vila Cmbrellas. Linen Handkerchieb,
20 cases bine Cottons, -Bales
heavy Denims, Blankets,
35 cases Calf Broeans, Kip Brogans, Boots,
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,
Ilata of various styles.
Prints, new patterns, '
Steamboat Irons, Collins' Axes,
Silk Handijerchi-fs, colored and black,
Pilot Coats, fine Kersey Pants,
White Unen Pants, Moleskin Pants,
Cheap Pants, Satinet Pnts, Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drawers and Undershirts,
Black Lace Falls.
Silk Velvet, Ribbons, black Silk Hdkfs,
Brown Cottons, brown Drills, Woe Drills,
Willow Wsgons and Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, Cutlery,
Ami n wery Ure Variety f Other Gwad.
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
TnO.TIPSO & SEVILLE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
v THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
' the r-mies formerly occupied by Jf. Af. Matthrw,
V are now prepared K execute Ship, Carriatre and Cart
Work, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention b business to merit a sh-re
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105 ,tf
BV JAMES J. JARVEs ESQ..
THE UNDERSIGNED has received by th ship -x
tr Ella, from Boston, the following late publications,
by Mr. Jarves. formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii. -
This work Is founded on one of the ancient traditions of th
Hawaiian, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It .
Is delicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehameha IV.
ART HINTS, os Architecture, Sculpture and
Painting Bj J. J. Jarves, '
" America has at last produced a writer who may help to edu
cate her in art, guide her Innuit steps, and to point out the pit
falls that furrouod the pilgrim of tut." London Atkeneum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. let and 21 series.
Without cjuestion, one of the raciest bocks ever wtitten on
Parisian life and manners. Boton Pot.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous . illustrations By J.
J. Jarves. .
" The sketches cf which this volume Is oomposed, are not only
spirited but inHirminjr. They furnish an Impressive Idea of the
uran-leur and the rk'ry and the degradation and shame of mod-
rn lulr." Home Journtt. .
7-tf For sale by . H. M. WHITNEY,
TIIEUXDERSIG.VED HAVING BEEN AP
potnteil Guardians of the person and property ol WILLIAM
C. LUNAULO, son of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
gire notice to all persons Indebted o him to make immediate
payment and all persons having claims asrainst the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. AUSTIN, Ho
nolulu. J. W. AISTIN.
leb. 22, lSSg. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED, GUARDIANS OP
the person ami property of WILLTAM C. LUNALILO,
son of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby firbid any person trust.
Ing the said W. C Lonalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by him. J.W.AUSTIN.
Feb. 22. 1868. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
THE SUBSCRIBER - WILL RECEIVE
Nsw Booh by Express from New York and San Fran
cisco by every reguhr' packet. By the next packet he win re
ceive the fallowing, all new books i
Dr. Li vinmton's Travel and Researches in Sooth Africa, Bios
trated $4 60.
Poets of the 19th Century, 132 engravings, richly bound, 4to
$ M. . -
Atkinson's Seven Years In Siberia and Tartary $4.
Isaac Taylor's World of Mind, l'Ano $1 75.-
Scenes of Clerical Life being the Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos
Barton, (originallv published in Blackwood.) 75c, paper cover.
- Debit and Credit by Dr. Bunsen It 76.-
European Acqufintanoe being Sketches of People to Eu
rope $1 60. .
Mrs. 8lgoumeys Lucy Howard $1 60.
' The Hasheesh Eater being passages In the Life of s Pytha
gorian $1 7.
The Happy Home ; by Kirwan $1. "
History of the Origin of the U. S. Constitution j by Geo. W.
Hydes's and Ferris Mormon ism f 1 75.
California and its Resources, Illustrated $3 25.
Mrs. Hale's Receipt Book, (oew and enlarged edition,) f2.
Mias Leslie's New Cook Book, (new and enlarged editior.) f X
102-2t - U. M. WHITNEY.
- DEPOSIT VAULT. .
TO SEAMEN AMD STR-INGERS.
rpHE CndersigiMd is prepared to receive moneys, or valua
1 ble articles of small bulk, on deposit iahis vault In the Post
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
as the Treasury.) These vaults are considered ftreprwsT, and are
sa-r than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visiting the Islands,
snd seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other article, during their absence, will find
this deposit an accommodation to them. When sums of money
are left lor a term of twelve months, or longer, they can be In
vested or not, at the option of the depositor, and Interest on th
deposit secured. - A receipt will be given for all sums or vlua
bies deposited. . . - - H. M. WHITNEY. ;
. Honolulu. Oct. 1867. . - . 7Mf ,
JUST RECEIVED, PER "MKLITAs A.
small invoice of Shoes, as follows :
Patent leather, glove ton, Congress Gaiters,"
Enameled Congress Gsiters,
. . Ooat Brogans,
' Snameled Brogans.
'107 tf - For sale by C A. A H. F. POOR. -
TWO LARGE LOOSING GLASSES, with gftt
frame and marble plate, for saloon, common Lookiu
Glass, with do do, for tabiea, ent-gtass Turn biers and GobMeta
, . ' . or sa by "
tt2-tf - . . H HACKFRLP A CO.
ONE eOCTOir FAJfMJfO ALL-F sale by
T.sT . . W. A. Al.na ICsT.
, . , . - . .. .. - . ;" - ,wsinrinri -T"T7Tr
- 5an ' untisfff .3Wtrtt5tmtnl5
BATHER fc CHURCH, Banker..
s wv .V AVTk n .TTTlRT BTRSXTS, .
RAW BILLS OP EXCHANGE AT 8ICHA,
in sums to suit, as reuow. ....-.- AT
. . American exchange Bank
Shoe and Leather BejJf" B"
Drexel It Co
' . : " Johnston, Bros. A Co
- A. J. Wheeler, Kl
HaskfU k Co., Exchange Bank ,
St. Louis, -Pittsburg,
a. n. Hunt A Co
II. W. Connor A Co
Beaoist, Shaw A Cw
ALSO . .'
EXCnAKGBON ; . . -:'
- - London, -.."-"'-
. Frankfort--Ue-Maln,J0ernanr .
' ' . Stuttgart, . -
v Sair akp Incu Taitasrsot, a.ler orn policies,
Ing named offices in New York - Atta'.tierfutn.lLsuraeCo
Sun Mutual Insurance Co., Union rI.
clflo Mutual Insurance Co. - Pcchass CjmTwor Dsros
rr AMOoracs s.xckaiioic, snd transact s 1 BttU
"eto It- W. CHURCH.
VlcRCEa fe MERRIIil,
. a KB '
A XT OTIsO J 33 13X1. m
AGENTS OF THK
Resstlatr Dlisslck Llaieof H.aiolsilsi Psicket.
Particular attention paW to fording and transhipment of
merchandise, sal of whalemen's bills, and other exchange, in
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supply
ing whaleshlps. chartering ships, tc .
4T ! 49 Callrwrstist sXreet, 120-tf
Captain James Makee, Hon lulu? Captain D. C. Waterman,
ni.ihii.1 Mua. Oilman A Co.. Lahaina. IJO-a
a. oairrrrrs noaoaa-
C. B. HATSUWAT.
MORGAN. STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Csl
: References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. MessrsT. A A. K. Vjt,
A SwiftilPerry. New Bedford, Messrs. Onnnell Mlnturn A
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq , Boston, Messrs. Per
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C. W atermantsq. Hon
olulu. - - - July 1, 1866-tf.
ROPE WALK AII OAUVJI
CIORDAGE OP EVERV SIZE MANUPAC
J Tl'RED to order. Constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of MANILA Ay It HEMF ROPE, (an sixes). Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, tc., for sale by . TCBBS A CO.,
sa.iv 139. Front 8treet. Saq Franciaoo.
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco
OFFER FOR SAI E A FULL AND COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. '
R. A CO. respectfully solicit orders from the country, ami
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to tliuee who favor .
them with their custom. ( .fid-Cm
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
San Francisco, Cal, .
THIS WGLUKXOW.V AND POPI LAR
JCstabiishtnent offers sujierior inducements to the Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet home. It is situated in
convenient proximity to the business center, and Is conducted
on the European PUn, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, as their convenience may soguest. '
The Proprietor, wh- has been eagaged In this house since
1852, s4icits a continuance of the patronage of his many friends,
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. 0. W. FRISK,
(FORMERLY WILSON'S EXCHANGE,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE,
Sausome st., opposite American Theatre,
MR. BAILV SARGEXT, pg
f?;;!: Proprietor of the American Exchange, (la Wil- ftm
li 11 ili son's Exchange,) begs leave to Inform the Travel-
ing community, that he has undertaken the personal charge of
that hiuse. lie has mle extensive alterations and improve
ments, and has renovated the house throughout, making it the
first Hotel on the Pacific coast. There has been added to the
House a very fine .
SITTING ROOM ANT) DINING HALL,
Newly furnished. In point of comf'Tt and all the conveniences
which modern hotel keeping have reuiiered ssential. the
will compare favorably with any of the Atlantic Hotels The
best talent has been employed in the various departments, and
the .proprietor wiil set the bsst tadlb the market affords. Pat-.
ess to srrr thk times.
The American Exchange Coach Is always In readiness to con
vey passengers to ami frra the House to the Landings, or to any
part of the citv, for $1 Baggage free. Mr. P. B. Smith has
harge of the Coach. - - - 66-ly -
DISSOLUTION OF COl'AItTNERSHIP.
fllHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M existing under the name and style of EDWARDS & AL
TON, Is this day dissolved, having expire.! by limitation. The
affairs of the late firm will he liquidated by A. S. EDWARDS,
who will continue the Vbolcalt Iiqar BaaistesM,
sit IOB Front street, under the name snd style of A. 8.
EDWAED6 if CO. A. S- HOWARDS,
' . - . . C .WALTON. ,
The undersigned respectfully call your attention to their full
and rari-d stock cf Wiitm and Liausra. which has lately
been replenished by recent arriva's from Europe and the East
ern Suites, and which will he aff- rded at lowest m:urket prices
San Francisco, April 30, 1S4S. '
100-m A. S EDWARDS A CO.
A. S. EUtVAROS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines and liqiiors,
IOB FROST STREET, CORMER OF rVASHlSGTOlf,'
Sam Frond. Cal.
CVRl'S W. JONES, FORMERLY Off IIO
NULCLC Is engaged with the above firm, and respect
fully solicits order frniq old friends, and will be happy to attend
to the purchase of all descriptions of merchandise, at the usual
rates of commission. ' 1 ' " - Oo-tf
. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
THE UXDERSIGVED HAVIXO BEEX
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, of the es--tate
of Stephen Heynoids, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having demapd against said estate,
to present the same ; and all persons indebted to the same, are
hereby requested to make Immediate payment.'
JAMES W. AUSTIN.
Honolulu, January 22. 1S58. 83-tf ' . Administrator.
HONOLULU ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER,
. UNDER DI3PEXSATIOX OP THE ' -
GENERAL G RAND CHAPTER OF
UNITEI STATES OF AMERICA,
Wiil hold the Regular Meetings on the third . Thursday of
every month, at the Hall of the Ledge,
"Le Progrcs de.TOceanie." ?
Per order, v
Honolulu; Sept. 8. ' (83-tf) ' . H. P.
PIANOS I PIANOS! PIANOS t
F THE CELEBRATED MANrFAC-
TL RES OF
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior foned instruments of,
the above makers, through Mrsssra. Badger As Uafaan '
ers;e'r, Sol Asests for the Pacific coast.
Plans and styles can be seen at -our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. A H r. POOH. .
W GOODS. EX 'BADCGA" . -
' Ladies' lace mantillas.
Ladies' Mack laos mius; -'
- Plush seat side Saddles,
'Gothic alarm clocks.
Lawn snd robe dresses.
At wholesale by C. A. k Tl. T.. POOR.
! ATTAR OP ROSES."
K A SMALL LOT OF GEMTIXE JUST RE-
eeived and tor sale low by
, 114-tf C, A. A H. F. POOK. .
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE. -
CASES CALIFORNIA WHITE WINK
per 44 Yankee,"
for sale by
L. RICH AST'S A CO.
Hl'XTS C. 8. HANDLED AXES,
fECEI'ED PER TOCXO GREEK, AND
AvV for sal by
W. S. LADD.
jriTST RECEIVED BT C AND ACE.
TnjTBSTPHALIA HAMS. RAISINS IN Q.R,
. IJIPOBTeBS AKD PAUB8 IN . ...
Liqnortf or every Description.
: TV - r.Wl FROFT STRETK :r
Between WaaWi!?tn and Mtiant ".. wraNCISCO '
11 tf ': : -. r, ;
BARUV & PATTEN, C
MK)RT3S,-WHOLESAt AKD RETAIL DEALER-
WINES, 'LIQUORS, DEyilJOHNS; tfc
1 16 M'g.aer? mU, S- Frsve ! sW-ly
; Fancj Goods ! Fancy Gecis UY
96r BATTXRT STREET, y AN FRAHCI3CO,CAl,
hit, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
Dr. X. J. Czapliay'si ;
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
. INSTITUTE, V V
SsierBBieii helw M-twry
Opposite Pacific M-U Stemhip Company's Offioe.
. SAN FRAKCISCO, CAL. -
Established In 1864, for the permanent ear of 't d
. chronic diseases, and the suppresslo of qtery .
Attendinirand R-sldent Physician, L. J-ijirKAT, M. D, let
in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief
A ReToV Uonveds, CWef Burreoo to tr MUtory
Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late 1?Jie!S.7
women and children. . Communications " j
letter or otnerwise.irw. - -V"
M. D., San rraucisco, California. 70-3B
r MARK1NO BOX BACMt. (
17 to Order, at the lowest rates, by BLRRRA UO-,
. " &. r.iri4ra. Also Names cut la
r marklnV 'clothes, boos, etc.. with Indelible Ink.
Hi B.Ser. left srkh the puMisber of this Pper.wni al
ways lie promptly eaecatea. -'
""LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH,
OPTICIANS. CLA V STREET. SAN PRAM
riJco, VTholeaaie and Retail Dealers in and Importers of
Optical, Mathematical and Philnphical 1""
sal. the largest assortment of Spectacles Jl'
Pacific Coast. Also, Opera Glasses. Telescopes, n";
ments. Spectacle Cases. Tberm-eneters. Hydrometers, Magnetic
machines, Galvanic Batteries, Magic Lanterns, etc.
Messrs. L. k 11. pay particular at tendon- to the Spectacle
branch of the business, hsving years of experience, and a perfect
knowledge of the art of adjusting and fitting the proper glasses
to the eye. and assisting- and restoring the sight.
. Persons at a distance wishing a pair of Spectacles, by sending
a glass from the old pair in a letter, or suiting their age and th
distance from the eves tbey can read small print, may procure
from us a p ir to suit them, at the same price aa if ''y were
here In person to select them. - lQ-j-om
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD.
TC. BOVD RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
his customers that he designs and engraves every descnp
tlon of Advertising Cuts, Views of Buildings, Goods, Wares,
Patent Article Portraits, Label. Masonic Odd Fellow and
Temperance SoaI. Notary Public and County Seals, (brass or
wood.) Bill IIad Vlpr.ettes, Xewspajier Heads, Serious or Comic
Book Illustrations, etc. Stamp of every kind engraved on cop
per, brass or wood. 123 Clat street, corner of Sansome,
Sax Fsascmto. ! - - A.
, . B 411 orders from the Islands, sent through. U. M.
WHITS KV, Esq., II'Miolulu, will le promptly executed. 1(-Iy
4 D E T II TO ILL TERM I N .
Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator.
Put no In Sc. S5c., and $1 Boves.
For the lles'ruc'ion of it ATS, MIiK. HKI.n MICE,
Mules, koachkh. croton uvuh,
ST- Emdonvt hy th w Miami rote. 0 the Prrm and
AmPtofJe : " Not dxngeroa In the banian fumily
Rats do not die in bei. boles, but come out and die f
"Al re. nil and sperdy remedy ""Csrd dull, by
thousands. In New York, and elaewberf ." " Hotttla, ,
Ship-. BMwmboais. Hoarding House, Pub Ire lnatif ilsaw, '
As., rsnnoi do without it."
Bed Bug Xbcterminator.
Pot up in Sac., He, 75c. and tl Bottles.
Aa Infallible destroyer of these mid -night assassins.
'Jiever known to fail." "No bouseper should b
without It." ''Is not obnoxious lo lbs hwnaa but daws
te th bag species. "
Put np hi 2V., snd 80e. Bois
Te Destroy MOTHS, BED BCOS- .V.SQrTTOlS,
ANTS. FLK4S. PLANT INSECT. VKRMIK ON
FOWLS and ANIMALS, Ac "Aa nraluabie prepara
tion to Farmers." Unsnrpassed b an other. '
Jovma an immense popular 1 y ever; where." '
. Tbs abov ar new acknowledged to
Only IniibUlible Remedies!
. Terms. Csb par fnads In Hew Tork.
No Goods sold rm com mi won.
Tosmr's B'llletl ." with full psrtie
niara, farnuhed on applicauoa.
To Drnrgfists and Dealer. -
In place wtww tbs Ext-1 mtnatn m hsve net yet beea
itim1ri 'Co-tar," makes the Fpri-t PrfotH
I On orders for a Sinth Imrn tfov a first trial) tAs
asae I of Gmm Pfirru rrt'l
14 m all orders f f 10 worth sad over, diimmt
tut rtnt from Oram Prim.-
Sar&end for "Costar's" P rival Circular, to D vtq'rm
To the People.
If no DntottM or ww In yoor place 1tsg. a snpply '
of the Exterminator, a Sftmplt Bos nf th Boi. ."oof A , -
Ac.. Eafmirmtor w ll be - nl in yni by mail. pre-paM,
on receipt of SI, or a Fampla Bni of th Eirttrit Pmrdrr .
for SUr. Tkr Bit Httg FsnwVaiifr being a liquid canuot
be Mnt Ihrooch the mall: bin inraa- s wl-rrlt W ionlred,
the Zltetrie i.i.rirr wiil te found aa effectual sobstitate.
To protect the Tah!lc srnlnat Kpmrieu aad Wifrhfv
ParaauiuMS hmt"ti'mm a Krw I.A KKL. has rrn prepartd,
. bearing a " status of the Pmpretor's signatur;
Hold VKnleaale and Retail at COST A R8
Principal Depot. Ks. 388 BrMwar, .
Hew 1rk,BiMrbrrepwahlr J.sytalrDd Drofhm
IhroaKbont the Ceiled Stales, the Cinass, Meaioo, vVsst .
Indies aad South America.
8. P. FORD. M. DT
G P. JUDD.M. Dm
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,;.
fCST RECEIVED AND
FOR SALE BT
. U. M. WHITNEY.
ASES KNICKERBOCKER BRAND
Case pyramid,? extra quality tor sale by
117-tf . C. A A H. r. POOR.-
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Makee A Ambon's are-proof building, np stairs, orar
the store of W. A. Aldrlch.
106-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR-
SUPERIOR FIRE AND 'THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Demo A Roberts, Boston. For sal
by (tt-tf) A. P. KVEKETT.
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES.
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES, IN lO.Ifc.
Currant, apple, plum, grape and Quince jeDie,in small glass jars.
Also, preserved pineapples aad cherries
A small invoice of the above per Kadua," fxc sale by
117-tf C. L. UICnARlg A CO..
THE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPEAKB
Oysters constantly 00 band, vis -. Haaaus, Haaaa A Cot
and LsBars's. Le Bran's are warranted superior to any ia th
market. For sale by - - il-U C. A. A H. F. POOsU- -
PlTEXT SPR1XG BEDS Made to order by
, CHAS. W. FOX. Cabinet Maker. '
7-tf - - Hotel street.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS,
O XSIDERED AS IXDISPEXSABIaB A
a pocket knife. For sale by -
106-2m . - H M. WHTTNKT. .
PITCH AND TAB.
BARRELS of each,' to arrive per clipper skip
"Syren," . , Forsileby -
CHAS. BAJCirn, Sd. .
- HOOP IRONVIce. - .
HOOP IROX, SMALL SIZES! . -
Bivcts, small rizes. , - ,
lia-tf ; For sate by CHAS. BRBW JX, Sd.
. . JCST RECEIVED FROM EUROPEr
GENUINE FA BIX A COLOGNE WATCTl
For sale by , llOa-tf F. BOFFMAKS.
fVMIE SUBSCRIBER has M ; sale a of Blaekamlth'
H . Toony suitable for ptaatatiocis sue bus Aavlla. 1
Vha, te, at iwaaead
MAX AT SMITM, ,
; - , . - - ; jtEsrtcTrsG 1
v ' VX THE'" "'
- :pQBTS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLaXDj.
. .jpi o mntTivfi nrp a w.
V Bntry to mak the usual marine signal, (lain S
si the Fore,) if tuey want a pilot. -
The pilot wUI approach vessels on the windward tidt j J
sent the health certificate to be aliened by tbecaptain. if? I
se la free from contagion, the captain will hoist the whV i
otherwise he will hoist the yellow flag, and obey th I
r iu nilnt and health officer.
L The eosnmanding' officer of any merchant vessel, fans f
after her arrival as eimev m pphc iuns or eatn J ' '
make known to the collector of easterns the basim tpoB' J2 r
aid vessel has come to this port, famish him witt s I f
newenrer. and dUvr him, under ath, a full, true uyj f
manliest af the- cargo with which saat vessel to lad,1 (
manifest shall contain aa account of the packages, an, 1
snarks, n amber, contents and quantities, also the & I
Importers or consignees- When any each officer & fcj' '
riormany or Jlof theacu abovs mte t iontd wi ? M
iht hours after his arrtvaL he shall be subject ton.
oeediftg one tbowsand dollars. He shall also, wlthi,
vTmeiAloDed, deliver, aader oath, a list of n
board at the time of her arrival, under penalty of fcrWtw. I
a fine of one handred dollars.
Masters of whaling vessels shall enter their vessels u tatM s
lector's offioe within torty-eight hoars after their tninj! f
either of the ports of entry, PTeTioas to dischsrjrtnt atZf
ping any seamen, o taking off any ittppllet or skw,, U (
penalty of not less than tea or more than one hundrw! 4Z r
Tbey shall also, wtthin the time above stated, ramhh s list- '
.H wines and spirits M board a stores, and s in.at, rf .
ssiriro and freight, except the produce of their flthcrr .
i.Bt, prorlsions and fumhure of tbeh-vessel, Under pmhj, I
forfeiting all such sVires, carwo and freight are not ta a a f
of stores or manifest, and a fioa of one hundred dollars. I
Before landing h-gae, a permit tor the 1 earns ainaWa!
tained from the collector, and no permit can be granted uaife 'j
reanisite lisssi ngi t Hst has been furnished by the espials, f
Masters of vessels allowing bagjrvr to be Unded Mbn,I
nliance with the tows, are subject to a fin of t ve hundred iWh, !
The 00U ector, at his discretion, and at th expense of tl J
acL may provide aa officer to be ptesent on board dwiii,,!
Ucharre. to snpsrtntend the disembarkatioa, sad setttw. .
SherrVreaterAmouBt of meirhandise be landed thssk,'
forth in th permit. . 1 . I
Vessels bavin spirit, wines, or any other mercU4i t J
board, subject to a duty exoWlng five per sent, sd vajoravil
receiving such article on board, are liable to sve aa eOo.
board, who shall receive the suai of two dollars sod Bftj
per diera. and also food and lodging at the expense of th vsaai
The Wlowing are the only porU of entry lo this Unrdos, I
Ibr veswls of all descri ptloos, Honolulu, (tJahu.) Lahaina, ( au 1
Hllo, Keahtkcakuaand Kswaibae, (Hawaii.) and Koios,(IU,
aixl for whalers and vessels of war only, Hanalei, (Kauai.) i
The port charges are as follows : - J
At Honolulu Pilotage on dollar per foot each wsy,kc
pilotage if no pilot is employed 5 health certificate one doiar: r
buoys, two dollars 4 harbor master, three dollars ; dearsnw.as .
dollar ( pilot for anchoring a veesel outatu, wntca aoe ats
tar th harbor, tea dollars. - ... 1
At Laliaina Boarding officer, fiv dollars lights, on 14. j
lar 1 eanaL I if used.) two dollars 1 clearance, on dollar.
At Hilo. Pilotage, health eertificat and dears ncr. th Ma
as at Honolulu.
At Kealakeakua Boarding officer tS t clearance, L
- At Kawaihae, (HawailO and Koloa, (Kauai,) the same ass .
All charges lor buoys snd boarding officer, must be paid at lh
collector's office before lading, unlading or transhipping any at -go
or passengers, shipping or discharging any crew.
Hawaiian vessels, whether licensed as coasters or otberwtw,'!
engaaed lo foreign traile, are liable to the same charges and a
strictions as foreign vesarls. "
Whale ships are allowed to land goods to the value of tsro Lav
dred dollars free of duty.
Products of the whale fishery may be transhipped free of am
enlarge except for entry and permit. If sold or entered sat
la ided In bond for export, they are liable to duty of oa ys
e -nt. on value by estimate. "'
The permiU granteil to whalers aa not inciuue uie sa ov an-1
position of spirituous liquors. - .
Any master of a whaleship who shall fail to produce his pn I
mit when called for, sladl be liable to a fine of not leas thao at I
or more than fifty dollars, so oe unposeo. oy me ci. .
Before obtaining a clearance for a vessel. the master kaf
quired to furnish the collector with a manifest of all canw fa
, Ho .mMl. a manifest of all stores taken from bout .
ar transhipped frum other vessels, a list of the names and sen
of all passengers who are to leave the kingdom in his vessel, aal f
car all lesral chaives st the harbor master's office and tlx cot I
lcctor,s office. . ....
i'r. mntaiii of a vessel who shall convey out of till kifif
dam aa a passenger, any person to whom the passport set a.
plies, who shall not be provioea wiw a paspor iram mi num.
ter of foreign relations or collector of customs, shall, for eraj
v iw iuku a rn r.f fiftv dollars, and for an tk
aw;u 1 i j - - --
debts and obllgatlans which such ji5mrprs may have Ml a
n.il in this kirurdom. and the vessel shall be liable to auri-
ment and ssle to pay the same.
, Any vessel having cargo on board intended tor a foreign son,
or spirits In cargo or stores, may not touch at a plaoe not s pen
of entry, without a permit from a collector.
11.. r miiMil tn h?ave their ciearancei tm
tf 1? 1 . r. m-w - 1 - '
board with the officer in command, for the guidance of the pil I
... . . . , r t J.J --
Oil. whalebone, or any otner arut-.t vt mr-r.uijir, wiru m .
transhipped without a permit. Is Uable to selsure and conflseatio. f
Vessels landing goods upon which the duties have not bea
paid, are liable to seizure and confiscation. I
If any person commit an offenne 00 shore, and esmp a
board a vessel. It Sliau be tne our y 01 ue c u um 11 uuicn m
such vesil to surrender the suwetud or culirit person lo anj J
officer of the police who demanos nis surrenoer on tne produc
tion of a legal warrant.
All sailors found ashore at Lahatna after the beating of the
drum, or at Honolulu after the ringing of the ten o'clock bell, an
subject to apprehension and a fine of two dollars.
F-hintnasters moat give notice to tlie harbor master of the d
M tioii of any of their sailors within forty-elght hours, ooder 1
u.oaltv of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are pot allowed to be discharged at any of Qs
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu, Lahaina and Hik,
and at these ports only with the written consent of the hartw
Honolulu, Lahaina and Hllo, are the only ports at which na
tive seamen are allowed to be shipped and discharged, and si
those places only before the agent for shipping native iksku.
No spirits or other merchandise shall be entered In bond eithsr
for consumption or re-exportation at any of the pons i Iks
kingdom except Honolulu, Lahaina and Hilo, and no spina
wines liable to a duty higher, than five per cent, ad valoro,
shill be so entered at Hilo. . ....... ... .
The rates of duties oa merchandise landed In tail kingdom m
as follows - . - .;...
On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, ale, porter and all other da
tilled or fermented spirituous liquor of any descriition, not o
niin. &S nrr rnt nor less than 27 Per cent, of alcobti, tn
dollars per ration. Do. exceeding 6S per cent, of ato.bol.ai g
dollars per gallon. -Do. exceeding IS per cent, and not exoai
ing 27 per cent, of alcohol, one dollar per gallon. Do. not exact
ing 18 per cent, of alcohol, five per cnit. ad valorem.
On sugars, molasses, syrups of Sugars, and coffee, the prodw
of aoy country with which this government baa no cxisuoj
treaty, as follows t '
Two cents per pound on surars, ten cents per gallon on s
lasses and syrups of sucars, three cents per pound on code
On all other merchandise five per cent, ad valurem.
On merchandise- transhiped fnn one vessel to soother,!
transit duty of one per cent, ad valorem.
' Any vessel taking away a prisoner from the Islands, is liat
to a fine of five hundred dollais.
Any captain or other officer of a foreign .vessel whs tiiA
without complying with the requirements of the law, carry svw
out of the jurisdiction of this government; any native subj
hvnr i. liable to a fine ol five hundred dollars.
Rapid riding Li the streets 1 pronimtea uihkts penalty 01 s
The nours iuv laixiinx aruuua ur uura ruwn,- rc i.wct, j
i- ck, A. M., and ft o'clock, P. S1-, oa an days except bondin
and national holydays. - c :.--
Office hoars at the custom house aad otner public omcev
every day (except .sunaays una naaonat noiyuaysj wias f
o'clock, A. Mn antU 4 o'clock, P. M. . ,
" Vessel arriving from San Francisco, or ether foreign pwE
and having a mall for Uonolu'u, will hotst the national ensirn t
the fore, if a pilot is wanted ; but If a pilot U not wantal, s vt
eel having such a mail will hoist th ensign at the main. I
Messrs. Morgan, Stone A Co Baa Francisco, are the ami J
laed mail agents ft.r the Hawaiian tKtvenunent, and vrssrk I
leaving that port fur Honolulu, ar requested to Inform tixm st i
the time of their departure.
' ' HsirsMr Rrsstlatlasia mf H ! I a.
Vessel anchoring outside of the reef off Honolulu, shall ehangi u
thoir nriiniw. whra iMMintnl to do so bv the harbor atsster a
either of the caoraisiored pilots. Vessels entering the harbor I
to be anchored in the place desumated by the harbor master
his sMistant, and moved fnen ote anchorage to aaother as k
may direct, and none except Hawaiian coasting vessels o k
than flftv t-ins burtnen. atid vesaeu unuer eommana 01 s i
or officer for the purpose of leavins- pott, to quit their anchor"
viionui me wnwru m .- :
The harbor roaster or his assistant, or any pilot, while mx '
tag a vessel from one anchorage or mooring to anather, ! J
make fast to any other vessel or to any watp or wharf; audaV
person reeisungine same, cauiip avajw awii ou we
or fastening, is liable to the penalty stated be)w, and the w
ter Is respoosible for the same.' All vessels within the hart
shall, when so requeaud by the harbor master or hisassisua
slack down their stream cable and other fastenings.
All vessels entering the harbor shall. If so requested y n
harbor master, or either of th pilots, rig In their jib, flylnr
and spanker booms, wnd top their lower and topsail yards, sta
in twenty-rrar hours after anchoring within the harbor, and
all cases before attempting U oame alongside of, or make but
either of the docks or wharves, and keep them rigged in
topped until whhin. twenty-four hour of their leaving tot btf-
bor. and until removing from any a hart or doc.
!fo pitch, tar, rssla or bit shall bo heated on board of any va
el within the harbort out ai) such aotabuaxible articles shall
hasted on. shore, o in a boat, or on a raft at a laaaooabk distsi
frum any vessel.
Any person who shall throw or cause to be thrown Into o
harbor, or leave or cause t be left apoo th shores thereof. W
d ad animal, shall be liable to be appreheoded aad noes
tsted below. -
. Any vessel taking on board or discharging ballast shall haw
tarpsulin properly stretched and spread 10 prevent any tm
falling into the water.. k '
For each violation of either ofthe foregoing hsrborrrgulU
the person violauag is liable to a fine, oot exceeding S 100-
If a pilot cotaiuet a t sl to aachorage off the port of Baw
lulu, and he not detained on board from the nooessiaes of tht
sal, logger thaa twenty4bur hoars, he is entitled to receivt
and 1 tor haa&A certificate, aad ft detained oa board ks
than twenty oor hours, i per dkaalbr each subsequent dafi
detention. Shoald a veasei thus anchored without the asrsf
afUarward enter, th anchorage fees abov aamed will bt w
Bitted, and the usual pilotage and health fees only xtOti-
The pilots shall bring the vessels which they may hsveebMr
of fully wtthin the harbor, (within the inner buoy, unless sua ,
wise directed by the harbor Boaster,) aad aacfaor them in j
able and convenient place.
The harbor Mitw shall board all itrrlmt, m li and Bs
iaa vessels from toreiirn ports, as ooa as possible after the 1
entered the harbor, direct them where and how to moor or
fisst, see that the commanding ofllcvr has th printed pot
latiooa. and receive list of passengers, to be delivered attfj
aoUector general's office .1
Me to entitled to collect roc scn serrior, from ca
three dollars in addition to the amount paid him for labor, ' !
boats and warp ip moving aad making fast such vessel i
oen-sssrily detained 00 board snore thaa two hours at any "Tl
tioa ( and tor each time that be may be called upoa to ban
vrsaei after having ooce moored her pr periy.h is enuu
iwht- me me pay a m uw urea maasBoe. .
Any pertuQ who shall throw stones or other rubbish
arom a vrasvl at anchor tn the harbor of Hoaolulu, will "
w a On of S10O. ' ' - j
baoas Boats. Any boat plying for hb la th Wl
IIooolulu, whether employed in earrying aaaseoger or I""
without being licensed, tollable to forfeiture. ' .ULj ,
Cvery peaaengw hl.uig a licmaed shore boat" ia "Was
carry with htm 100 lbs. of luggage or foods, and no avsir
charge: aad fur all extra lugrag or goods, he shall par
dug lo agreement with th. owner of the boat. .
. All the boats of hire f jt time are entitled to charge
paaeogerf wthe first boar, o-e doUar j atod for every
Let hour fifty cents. J
. All boat hired by dlrtaae are entittod t charr xweZt
WUM BUT WII..i.l W WH M4J .Illy w W 1
. - . .1,1. m nrtUk. w"
the inner harbor or buoy, off ale test the ship-yard of
son at Co. i nlty eeota to and Irom any ptace witnui .
. -1 . i - - . W . - . W .l.MS
wesg point of ta
and from any P0??
potot Of th
mnw, m uaia .im w woy vn
KoMnaoa m to., ana asm t or th
through th reef i aad on doCar to
af toe buoy abceasi of th wirtisty paint or tn ca
temoiiaila In an Pass aatfo point totrhkh 'Tji
aot eaoeedmK fiftsjs ml null aoat additional coarr. i
It should ha dstamsd sloe to saw
ar at sayPT,
over fiftssa sxtnatsa. than Urn awaer Is wadbtodtoeaars
v osats toe arary lAtwa salaa of i
Baocnia, Jsnaary, 1A