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SIX DOr.laKSI'KK A VM M.
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' TV i-wably met a.t 10 A. JL. Ilia HigbneM M.
Mr- Niel ppwentel petition from Maka-
Mil";; tlkuae p"ns Tr fiftJ J6 of "6
it titwft from pwll Ux ; also, llwt whoIale and
On motioa the Ilouse proceleJ to the Order of
the tle till reLitiTe to the ml action cf tLe
bine Ux w ag'Ua taLen up in Committee of the
fbife, Uen. J-Cpn in the Chair.
f Bi n. Mr. Hifchcuek sail The redaction of the
I line tax to 50 Rats is a move in the right direction,
g gd h be won lias the placing of honeit upon
the lwt of personal P""!"-. 11 we can prore tnat
tic too -t so much a luxury, or a nuisance, as
! a mftistty, thru ii follows that the horse should
he pat apuii a par with luxurie or nuisances in
ftptrl Ut Uiaiin. Viewed as a nucctnee, no one
ur a tuooiflit nj ilutain that the horM w tu be
pptritfl a4 a nuLtuu iu the aante liht as the d. j.
fMtMn siiupljr will te tlten 1- the horac a noi.
n tn any gmerol eitff.t ? 1 the inhalitanU of
islaiids upend as much time, to no pur p. me,
apH hurselack as in the jears when the Ux was
tnt impw1! ? Cleorl not. Are all the hortLck
fj(, Ukca nierelj for pletsure, tu he chuwed
M taisaaces ? Certinir noC In what light, then,
tn h-ines to r eonsulerel as a nuisance, that thej
ibual 1 he Uxeil as :! T Clear! that our present
tned of horses is interior and numerous, and should
to tHowed to ran out and make place for a aaperior
krwd aail anallr in numtjer. I have yet to learn
lU the agricultural interests of the Tilands suller
mm front the drovts of horses than from tliose of
oC. Will an j one argue that the bones are to be
aMbleied in tW Lht of luxnrUe, ami be placed in
lb aanie caterj as a lady's diantonls or a pmtle
naa's Inger riajyj T Shonld it ever be regarded as a
jumrr tea in the sense of a gentleman's wines and
jkiiee Qijuors ? You are Itjingt spectal tax on a
ccoaitT of the people. On the horse they go front
Um to ploc. On the horae the poor clawc carry
fax pcuiuce tn market. ( n the horse a great num-Itf-tarn
tiveir diily breal, ami new you Ux tbie a
kmuU tax. er borxe, at the prtaxuit rates of one
auartar of 1 per cent., is counted as SI'JO worth of
property to every por man: can we pr man
mw-M the above azure on his imsginary property ?
Tim horse Ux is a Ut on the means of locomotion of
tfa people. Hie por man is Uxed one ikJl.ar fbr
lbs privilege of carrying hia no to market on hor
tock iaateail of his own about ler, and the rich man
tojtcd the same tr the privilege of ahnwing hiojseLf
tstpttn Md weu iei inej oore. .vbj mnm
IrsTeUn tr en horseback muat pay a ieciiil ux to
tVittrament for the privilege. If he wouM evarle
be lax W( hint go aiuot frou place to puce-front
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f- . f - J ft tvm: .M .k.. Vm mnv
' Mi why the House houll not paMi this bill at pres
eu. lArtermininj; at a sessiun of the Lrslatare
wioX thoall be expenlei and what should be re
mumL, deiwrves conjiyleratioo. &me serious changrv
kf been centempLteI, acd for that reon we do
ut care to reluce the revenue, owta to the pefrlin
' ftfciprocity Treaty, and If the treaty goes into effect
tm otvernmeat woukl lwe a larjre amount by the
Utlax off of the duties on American invoices, and
Cm peratioa of the treaty would be moat UtoraUe
the poorer people by taking iron theut a Urge
frpi.riioQ of their prjluctious, tu My noihin of the
miction it the pnee of clothing. 4c, whurb are
as i their neceshi ties. If a poor native wore out
M iilar worth of clothes in one year, he wwuld
ru) the pussae of the Beciprocity Treaty, save the
its of the horse tax on one horse. Thcae Uxes
e-e not the hewUwt th.ot were most noticeable, atvl
aiis oOf the horse tax did not grant much relief.
h rtrd to the fcle cf the member from Koulauloa,
f exempting one horse from thoe who pay a pll
tu, he thought a pretty good ke. lie owned a
kme, and he pukl a pU Ux, and of conree be pays
so Ux on his bone, and receives bis benefit at once.
According tu the amendment a poor woman has to
pjy a Ux on her horse because she pays no poll ux,
sal to with the pror hKad man. No doubt the
amendment was kindly intended ; bnt in matters of
tliio aatire he recontmendel the House not to be in
toe Bucn cf a harry, as without mature eonsidera
toa, Xh jsm acts, that are intended to ease the poor,
war be burdensome on them and be a relief to the
rica. ii thought it a pretty g""d joke that the rich
would be bene a ted at the expenae of thenoorold
awnen and blind men, and wanted to know the ob
wction to taking more time on the consideration of
th horae tax. Uy the paesage of the bill he was not
la the leant afraid cf the country going into bunk
Vaptcjr, and that the steam subsidy was in no wsy
k'ulvcd with the re. 1 action cf the present Ux. It
m a great mistake to Ulk of the subsidy in such a
wj as to alarm the members of the Hou-e. He
would not suy anything about the subsidy just
sow, as it was not the proper time, ami so nothing
taoatd be said on tlte other side of the House in re
gard to the subsidy until the proper time arrived.
If it was thoefit the paowte of the measure was
7md to Snct the -roers it was n mistake, as the
prop-med fnboklv wooLl not come out of the present
revenue of the country. The whole matter was new
before a Committee, and nntd they bad reported no
cue could fairly mike up their minds in regard to
mbilLring the teamer. If the sm of GO,J is
he rained, it Is not prrpfed to Uke it out of the
f'wwnt taxes, a ad it was thought that if the advan
m of a steam line would be a erreat benefit now and
lr the time to come, why should not future genera
ants help to pay ft,r it ? Tb9 pun is, if the subsidy
1 Ftn(el. tor this Govern met. t to borrow the nney
t bssxle ef Crty veors. The expense to thisGuv
r'ent therefrMn woull not be much over $.VJL
faun the question of subsidy c-o.es np he bopel it
outil he cotvii.lere-1 fairly and impartially, and that
hry wuaLl not vote affitnat it liecause it was popo
Wcr aBDTpulr. bnt do what in their mind was
rtf. IU eilI attention to the fact that a revoln
wouLI be pro.luce.1 in the whole revenue in cane
treaty w v ratioal. anl thought the treaty wouM
grcnt beneSi to the poor, removing Uxrs which
"v plstwl upon them disproportionately, and the
(1CTow in the reseaue wouU be duvU np by tax ng
fPrty. There wo no fear but what the Hou.
""Hid mainttan the (iovernment in supporting its
""r an. I dignity, arvl the Ministry ba-I not the
liirttet ctuMr v believe atherwiite. There were
'. ) horses Uxed last year, and every Tax Aweiwoc
wc that horse was very slow in gettinc oiler
'TstUining the age of ooe year. Tbo-e horses
two vsars. sn-I those that escape UxatioA.
reathie n.ki the number ef horse Vssi.
"a ts allowing three horso to every I -ur inhabit
"'a. TaM borsew were eating np everything, and
j proper that some legi.luioo shouM lake place
"heck it. The true an. I wUe way is not toprviMthe
tn a decision, as this is one of the few bills that
toe referrl to a I'lunmittee. He was in
f feotia? IImt til tUI the ctnsiierati-rft of the
H. r, vTiller supported the bill withut the
J""1", aa-1 i.i that he hl alrea-ly stafe.1
V I'vorety hts ream.ns f r relucing the UX
aa-ir. A neater from ..oolul troozbt in an
r-lmBt hh naturally annallel the bill, al
M actually make the Uxes upon the p.r native
wavier, a,i ,m uf itwlucing his ameivl
"nt annul the ametvlment of Ute memUr
ttlt n m"haa- in fvor of the passage of
.7 Wlthot any amendment. Ills desire was to
h J-ot aati from Uxation. He was gl ol to
w tiMt the lini.-eer of rinnnce tndt his amtn.Jrnent
Z f?"z?tnrnf ! would in the aroe spirit say
"li-nej that be would cheerfully make an
ZZ" ,rn o excl the por women, the blin.1
h.,r;r.itry from the horse Ux.
Mr- &7 1 was in favor of the UU with his
w!l'i l?t'n'l W his amendment was rejected he
C. " fTor bf referring the matter to a S-Iect
fJ'T' ; LyM was in ftvor of separating the
V n.l horw tax, and hoped both wonll be wel
Considered separately ; but was in favor of reducing
the horse Ux. ;
- lion. C. K. Dishop was oppose I to the rod action of
the h.rre Ux, ss there were more horses in the coun
try than were required, mt if it was inervly a sut.ject j
of revenue he would nut Ux the hone; the taxis
telf-irapeed, and the people could easily rid them
selves of the Ux by disposing of their horses. In bis
opinion reducing the horse tax would not equalize
Uxes. , He was in favor of referring the whole mat
ter to a Special Committee.
Hon. I. F. Koakanu was in ftvor of the bill, and
spoke at some length in support of his views. In
reply to horse racing, &c, he would say that on the
King's birtlxlay they had races on the plains, and
the King and all bis Ministers were there joining in
the porta of the day, aud if it was wrong why did
they do it? He Would like to know what the natives
were going to do for recreation, since they haI hod
all their old sports denied them. He thought vr
haps the Ministers might get the King to veto the
till if passed; and he would not be at all surprised
if they did, as they tteeimd to do nothing but oppose
the representatives in all measures excepting those
brought forward by the Ministry. He told the No
bles and Ministers thit they had better grant this
rapiest, and then the other portion of the House
would b'ip them. He was against subsidizing steam
ers, and in favor cf justie being done to sailing ves
sels, as they luvl served the nation faithfully, and
never asked for a sulwidy.
Hou. Mr. Keawe'innnhsJa said thfit the bill was
brought before the House ostensibly for the relief of
the hc, and for that reason he was in favor of re
ferring the bill to a Committee, that they bring the
bill forward in m proper form, and did not wish to
have the House act hurriedly in the matter, as it would
cause rjaite a decrvase in the revenue. On the whole
be was in favor of the bill with tlte anienduient tax
ing all bones, and if the bill passed as amended there
will Le an end tu the lying aud cheating in regard to
the age of horses.
lion. U. UboJes made a tew a-Mitional remarks.
and was glad that the debate was 'prolonged as it
brou 'ht out new ideas, so that the bill could lc so
mutinied in order to be a t-ositive benefit tu the poorer ;
classes of the people, and spoke at some length in re-
gar t to taxing horses useI tn every tiay pursuits me
same as those Uxed for pleasure. He spoke against
tlte practice cf trying to hurry bills through the
House, and was in fa or of referring the matter to
A motion to defer the consideration of the bill till
the Appropriation Uill is Uken up, was pat to vote
A ra-.ticn to refer to a Select Committee was then
put and carried tJI'ayes, l'J noes.
The Committee then ruse, and the bill was referred
to a Select Committee consisting of Messrs. Keawe
honahala, S. U. Wilder, V. Knmlsen, . II. Doyd
and S. 1L Phillips.
Nisrra- 1at, May tth.
Assembly met at usual hour, 1L II. M. Kekaanaoa in
Hon. Mr. Martin presented a petition from Kau,
praying Uiat pxrents and guardians be allowed to
select their scbtjolteachers.
Mr. Nahaka presentol a jtition from Kaanapali,
asking for a reduction of the bone Ux ; also a peti
tion to reduce the pay of government officers.
Hon, S. U. Wilier presented a petition from reai-
denU of Uahu, asking that a sum be appropriated to
make a gocl navl over the Nananu PalL Kefcrred j
to Committee on Internal Impebtements. j
Petition from II inalei, praying tat the hone tax !
be relucel to &Ay cents ; tliat or Hawaiians be ex- !
empt from all cU before court, sod that ail their
carts, ic., be exempt from Uxrs ; that the salaries
of government ofucials be reduced ; that the cost of '
the special session of the Legislature !e paid out of j
the salaries of the ministers, as the e Doris by them '
to ai-1 the Treaty were cf no go"d- Presente.1 by the i
member from IlanaleL Inferred to Finance Commit- 1
II. II. M. Kekaanaoa presented a petition from tLe !
lepers at Kalihi, praying that they may not be remov- !
ed to Molokai. Jieferred to Sinitary Committee.
Hon. II. K. Ilitcncoc iniro.iuce.1 a resolution, tnai in?, at bIz bundre-1 dollars
tins appn.prUtn bill shoutl have prece-lence over Ur- of lb,trict Judge in Hana, Maui,
all others on Monday, Wclnesday and rriday. tutnire.! aoiUre. passsed.
Hon. 11. K. Hitchcock introlucel a resolution, that
AlopteL ..I Salary of the District Judge in Kaupo, Maui, six
Hon. Asa Hopa presentol a resolution, that the j hundnsl dollars- Passed
sum of S5O0 be appropriated for the budding cf a Salary of the District Judge in Lanai, four hundred
bridge in Koolau. Mui. dollnni. Posse L
Hon. W. D. Halemanu presented a resolution ask- Ury of the District Judge in Molokai, six hun
ing for $2UUO to complete the harlior cf Hahulele, at Jrej aoirs. passed.
Hamakua. IsoIuti.ns Ublel till the consideration j alarj of the District Judge in Ewa and Waianae,
cf the appropriation bilL ..... 1 six hundred dollars. Passed.
His Lx. r. w. Hutchison rei lor me nrsi time a
retd for the first time a
bUl to amend sections 2o.1 and 2-VJ of civil code, relat
ing to patent right., and to add a new section to be
numbered section 2M A. Passed second reading un
der the rule.
House proceeded to the order cf the day.
An act to promote the safety cf Inter-island com-
F.ead by its title, and passed third read-
An act to amend " an act to repeal chap. 10 of the
civil cede, and to regulate the liureaa or public in
struction," passed January 10, lbCo. U'dl referred
to Committee on education.
An act to amend section 2 of an act to regulate the
carrying cf passengers between the Islands cf this
Kingdom, approved January 10. 1NVV. Read for the
second time and bill referred to a Committee cf the
On motion of Hon. J. W Keawehunahala, a fine
of live dollars for each passenger is imp.ed on all
vessels violating the law. Dill pussy! sccoul reading
and ordered to be engrossed.
. Assembly adjourned.
Twentieth Dat, May 11th.
AcseroUy met at the usual hoar. President II- IL
M. Kekaanaom in the chair.
Hon. S. W. Mahelona presented a petition from
Honolulu, asking for C3MI to build a Market House
in Honolulu. F-efcrred to Committee cn Internal
Hon. 0. W. Pilipo presented a petition from Iejrs
cn Molokai, cf a complaining nature. Itrferrrd.
Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala gave' notice cf a bill to
regulate the collection cf Uxes.
, Hon. W. T. Martin introduced a resolution asking
fur a suCkient sum cf money tu reconstruct the roads i
in Kau, so lately destrvvel by the Volcano. Some j
Ubled till the consideration of the Appropriation UilL ,
a f 11 r LT lfa-a fl r. 1 t !- 1 1 -llltt..Tl
that the subscription of the A-cmbly to the Paciic '
rwlrmriAl. AtiVams be discontinued, twin to !
llur, tberem conUinel against the Judiciary Com-
uuttee of this Hott. m ,
Mr. KaUkaua iuovd to indefinitely ,-tpone the
resolution, as be believe! in tue liberty or toe press,
i - .r,-v-h IlnaJution withdrawn.
1 in tue liijerty of tlx press,
-.tL.. h'mim rrocee.1"! to the order cf the !
rsOllOU. lJii Fwi. ii " - - ;
dav an.1 rvsolve.1 it-ir into t oturuitiee oi ti wivaw
ir.'i ...o..i.ler.tio of tb. An-roprUtion IWl-H-.n.
E. II- Poyd in tb chair
His M.jesty's Privy Pun and P. jl .State c
(ssi. MolK-ti to aineivl to 5 I'V".
Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala was in f vor cf $10,
fss, an-I spoke at some length in auppurt of bis
' "ibn. CJ. W. I"Uipo thought $3..,Ji aUut rijfl.t.
tt. i: l.h.N was in fwor cf s.. t Hs
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iwyai V rZ ": "Z ' s r....e ,.f . I.Vtfil. and !
Hon. .V J. -v a JT " '
J' Koakan- 22 ln.
as it miiht drag heavily u"o the pc ,.le. an-I was in j
Salary cf Chancellor and b f Justice fePi.H'M. ,
F'!ialrv of l.t Ac-l Justice cf Supreme Court j
Salary cf -M AsswUte Janice of Supreme Court
'u' J'r II Jul I moved to amend to $w.0O.
lilt. II ll Hitchcock sai l tliat the s-alary tf second
. . . . i. . i'urr mjfl bte or SIX lUOUI-JIVl tl'.l-
r JT1' " " ' . ' . tt. .i ii.- S,.rrei.-n eouLl . bl tlie money
Urs tr i-y p ..,.- r,rrT vear. and airaiu for some
visit me wo.h.. , . " "tl ' r.., i t tl.e O.Lu ma
I tnvSSIS ll"'.-" . trm-
H'n. J. YV. Keawchunahala was in favor of the
Motion to amend to $8)00 put and carried.
Circuit Judge oft )nhu $l,tN). 1'iubed.
Circuit Jiiil on Hawaii 3,(X.
Hon. J. V. Keawehunahala moved to postpone
ronsiJcration vt stave item till Hon. AV. T. Martin's
bill in relation to same was Uken up. Carrid.
Salary of Chief Judge on Maui. tl'liO. Tabstd.
Traveling expenses of Circuit Ju.lgc on Maui, g JX.
Salary of Chief Circuit Judge on Kauai, $2000.
Hon. 1. F. Koakanu moved to amend to $100.
Hon. (J. V. rilipo moved to amend to felGM).
Hon. Mr. Kuudscn was in favor of Mr. Koakauu'a
Motion to amend to $2400 was lotst.
The item passed at $2XH), as in the bilL
Temporary provision for Hon. L. Andrews $2000.
Teiiipon ry provision for Hon. J. Ii $20iJ. Passed.
Hon. J. YY. Keawchunahala niovcl to amend the
Appropriation Itill, so as to appropriate the sum of
$inni fr temporary provision of Hon. C. Kanaina.
His Highnnss W. 0. Lunnlilo said that he thanked
the member from Wuialua for his good inteutkus to
wards his father, but he should opose it, as be was
not in favor of the amendment. Amendment put and
Salary of Tolicc Justice of Honolulu, four thousand
Salary of l'olicc Justice on Luhaina, two thousand
Hon. K. Jones inovel to amend to $2100. Motion
put anil loot, and item accordingly luiHsed as iu the
Salary f Police Justice on Hilo, one thousand six
Hon. W. T. Martin iuove-1 to amend by inserting
$2H). Amendment put aud carried.
Salary of the clerk of the Circuit Court, second
Circuit, four hundred dolllars.
Hon (J. v. Pilipo moved to pay said clerk $5 per
diem, as he shall le employed,
and item passed $400.
.Motion put aud lost,
Salary of the first clerk of the Circuit Court, third
Circuit, three huudred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the second clerk of the Circuit Cyurt, third
Circuit, three hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the third clerk of the Circuit Court, fourth
Circuit, three hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the clerk of the Supreme Court, $4,000.
Salary of the deputy clerk cf the Supreme Court,
two thousand four hundred dollars.
Hon. J. W. Keawchunahala moved to amend by
inserting $3,J0O in place of $2,400. Question put
and lost. Item rassed as in the bilL
Salary of the Interpreter, $2,000. Passed.
Expenses of the Supreme Court, $2,Oik. Passed
j Kxpeuses of the Circuit Court, second Circuit,
j h-. Kxpenses of the Circuit Court, third Circuit, $1,-
Kxpcnse cf the Circuit Court, fourth Circuit,
Stationery of the Supreme and Circuit Court, $000.
Sutiooery cf the Police and District Court, $o00.
Purchase of Law Books, $o00. Passed.
Salary of the District Judge in Puna, Hawaii,
Salary cf the District Judge in Kau, Hawaii, SG00.
j Salary of the District Judge in North Kona, Hawaii,
j six hundred dollars. Passed.
I Salary of the District Judge in South Kona, II a
I Wait, six hundred dollars. Passed,
j Salary of the District Judge in North Kohala, Ha
waii, six nun-lrcl dollar. 1'assel.
Salary of the District Judge in South Kohala, Ha
waii, six hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the District Judge in Htmakua, Hawaii,
six hundred dollars. PasseiL
Salary of the District Judge in Wailuku, Maui,
seven hundred dollars.
Hon. C. Kalu moved to amend salary of the District
Judge in Wailuku, to one' thousand dollars. Put
and loet. Item passed as in the bill.
S-ilary cf the District Judge in Makawao, $000.
Member from Makawao moved to make it seven
hundred dollars. Motion put aud lost. Item accord-
Salary of the District Jud in AVaialua and Koo-
laulua. six hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the District Judge in Koolaupoko, six
hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary of the District Judge in Hanalei and Ana
hola, seven hundred dollars. Passed.
Salary cf the District J udge in Lihue, Kauai, tux
i,undred dollars. Passed.
I Salary of the District Judge in Koloa, Kauai, six
t hundred dollars.
Hon. P. F. Koakann moved to amend to $800.
Question put and lost. Item passed as in the bilL
Salary cf the District Judge in Waimea, Kauai,
$000. Passed. Assembly adjourned.
Tw EjiTT ri est Dat, May 12th.
Assembly met at usual hour, President IL II. M.
! Kekuanaoa in the chair.
Hon. J. Upa presented petitions from Hilo, asking
for appropriations for a government house, boat
wharf, and lights for harbor cf Hilo. Consideration
deferred till the appropriation bill was before the
Hon. W. P. Wood presented a petition from Hono
lulu, protesting against the Minister of Interior tak
ing possession of water right at KunawaL
Hon. D. Kalakaaa presented Majority report of
Committee cn Military, and reported that they had
examined the accounts cf the War iH-partmcut, and
found everything correct, and recommended the pas
sage cf the sum of $ 82,1V s"..V) for the Military, as in
the budget, loss $3,24 oO, and recommended the
erection of a new barracks, as the accommoiLition of
the troops was at present very poor indeed, and in
no way habitable in wet weather.
On motion report ordered tw be printed.
Hon C. II. Jud l presented minority report cf Mili
Ury Committee, and represented that Le had exam
ined the bocks and accounts cf the War Department,
and found them corrert, and recommended that the
sum of "' sum wring aue.,uaie lor me
carrying on of the Military f. the two yca end.ng
March l. !. and ail appn-pnatjons for Md.tary
T - - I-; - - v- -r
UlL n r.ierci w .e d'"ne..
nou. . uo.T, .-. -
t tee, rrorted ou a petition irom iiaiou, praying lor a
balance due him for carryin
Z the rnaih round Oahu
. . - . . i . .ii
7" ' ": , .i ro t -
satne. as the mail earner reeved tlsssum of $4 a
week, and eave bis receipt fur it- The 1 oetmaster
was crfectly ju-nfM-.l in getting the work done as
cheap as poseiMe It was true that he had drawn the
whole appropriation, but bad returned what he did
Mr. Mh-loua could Dot see where the tnouey had
p.ne U, as there was no mention of it made in the
Minister of Finance's report, and in bis opinion the
piMtmater, or the Minister of the Interior or Finance,
tliemnrlves. -anl went on in the same.
lime, strongly advocating the rights
U carrier. and was iu favor of refer-
rifitf the mailer to a om:nitt-e of the whole.
lion. C IL Kishop r woul l a
Hon. C. IL IJIshop tliat if the house woui-i ae-
m h, ,mll the i,.n. eentlewu
twa and Waianae be m.le a s.-xial Commit,,
of one to investigate the matter inreUt.on to Mr. II
Hon. A Hopu was in favor of referrinc: the mat
ter to a Commute of I he bu-r, as the hoise knew
! that the sum cf $021 was appropriate.! for a mad
carrier on O.ihu. but kmw nothing of any agreement
Lrtweii the Poxtiuostcr and Mr. Halou That the
! rejiort cf the Minister of Finan-re was singularly in
j explicit, an I b him and every body else the w bole
rej-.rt was a mixul up mess. And it was not right
j to mystify the boii-e iu regard to the accounts, as
thry were at present. Very probably the amount
was returned, but there was no mcution made of it in
Hon. A. J. Nahuku was in favor of referring the i
claim cf Halou to a select Committee, as the report of
the Minister of Fiuauce did not agree with the stale- !
liient of ll.iloii. j
Motion to refer to select Committee put and carried,
and the following gentlemen were appoiutcd on said j
Committee: Muheloim, Nulntku, llopu, Kaukaha
On motion, house proceeded to the order of the
Bill to amend section 1217 of civil code Read for
second time. I
Pill considered in Committee of the whole. Hon. J. j
W. Kaiue in the chair j
Section 1st read Mr Phillips moved to amend so I
as to secure the rights of creditors under disability or
Hon. A. J. Nahnku was in favor of the bill but did
not like the idea of publishing the notice in the jiu
Vkoa and Hawaiian (iuzcltt only, :is some d.iy tliose
paers might come to grief, and moved to amend the
section by inserting the words other newspapers.
Mr. Phillips said he did not object to the amend
ment provided that it read according to the direction
of the Court. Amendment suggested accepted by
Mr. Koakanu was not in favor of Mr. Phillips sug
gestions, as it iguo.ed all papers excepting certain
Mr. Lyons moved to strikeout the words Hawaiian
Oazetle mid Jiu itkou, and insert therein such news
pajers as may bo directed by the Court.
Mr. C. II. Judd moved to amend by inserting the
principal newspapers in the city, as he did not believe
in legislating for any single newspaper.
lion U. Rhodes was in favor ot the bill as it was,
and stated that there was a law that already covered
these cases, aud ordered them to lie published in the
On motion Committee roso, and recommended the
reference of the bill under consideration to a select
Committee. Chair accordingly appointed Messrs
Hitchcock, Phillip, Kauiukau, Lyons and Kuihulaui
on said Committee
K. I. ADAMS,
lartlaacf r and t'ommWsioa Merchant,
FIKK 1MIOOF STOKB,
1st Kablaaoa'a KmII.Iim. Uurrn Slreef,
Sales Kwona m ((arra Street, owe) 4mmr IrwiM
673 Kaahumana unx-t. ly
MeCtH.C.AN Jc JOII.NSO.V.
FORT STREET, IIOXOI.UI.U, tl. .,
Sis 0.m1i Th.i-1. C. lieuekV 1
II f I St' II K It,
Fort Stmt, opposite O.t.1 F.H..' Halt. Honolulu, II. I
TU. C. IIUCK.
Crneral (omiul-don JJrrrbant,
Furl Si reel.
JO II N KITSOV.
Iealer In M lues. Spirits 41' and Portf r.
KO IIwmoImIu. ly
II. F. F.IIL.F.KS.
Dealer in Dry Ceinls Silk, &.r.,
t. s. viuu. a. o. allks
WALK Kit &. A IjLKVi
Shipping aal C-aiuilsiun .Mrrrbants,
67 uoxoLftr, II. I. ly
AI.F.X. J. CAIITWUIUIIT,
fetumlsslon Jlerrhaut and tirurral Shipping Agrnt,
6SO II analula. tlaaa. ly
II. II A C K F K L. I is. V 0
brnrral (omutlvdou Agrnts,
A80 Iloiiamlu. ly
KI. IIOFFSCI1I.A F.GKR. Si CO.,
Impertersand (oinmivlou Mrrrhants,
Corner f Karl nad Mcrthual Si reel.
Dealer In General Mr rrhandi.ve,
HILO, Hawaii.... Shiy snpj'lird arith rerruits at tha ahortest
uotice. on reasonalle tenna. bills of excliaiage wanted.
tTkoRGE G. HOWK,
Ufaler In Crdnood, .orthnrt Luiubtr, Shingles,
Door, Sa$h, Blimls, J'ailt, Paints, fC
At hia Old Stand, Fort Strrrt. on the KapUnade. 69S ly
o. t-swiias. o. picasos.
LKWKKS ii DICKSON'.
Dralfrs in Lumher and CniUIng Materials
AMI Frl Street. if
F. A. M'll A KFKIt tc CO.
I ! ,I..f..n..
a. oiiiuiii tin dinruaui
AFO.VG i. ACHUCK,
Importers. Wholesale aud Uelail Dealers In General
Mrrchatidisr and Chluese Goods.
Coder the I'ul.lw Hall.
I It A KICH.IRDSOX,
Importer and Dealer in Boots, Shors and Gentlemen's
Corner of Port and Merchant SlrttU,
61S HiiXOU LU. II. I. ly
Kl I.N JONKS,
Grorer and Ship (handler,
Money and Kecrutta furui-hl t Ships on Favorable Tcrma.
" 17I1C.NU 1IOO.V.
femmlsslon Merchant aud Grueral Agent,
Agent for the I'ankaa an. I Auiauulu Mirar I'lantatlons Im
porter of Traa ami otlier Chinese arwl Fnreirn tioods
aud wholesale deulrr in Hawaiian I'ruduce,
I ai New Stwaia Slarr, NauaiaaiSl., telsw Klsy.
II. K. Mel XT V KK At It It OT II Kit,
Grocery, Fred Store and Bakery,
Corner of Kinr and Frt rtreta, liunulula, II. I. &S9 ly
K. . II A 1.1. SOX.
Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods
i'uia, Oii, mnj lirarrai MrrcmamdiM.
(04 Corner r'urt and Kiu Ms. ly
M. S. G K I X HA CM At COM
Importer and Whole-ale !ealrrs In Fashionable
Clothing, Hals Caps boots and Shoes
And every varSrty of nniilnirn'i Su.eiiiir Furnll.lae Oooila
Sum p.rtwrijr -runri i-y vv . a. Aiuricu,
.Vfairr'a Itlock, Hurra tt.
T1IK XKWSI'AI'KR KI.'OKOA,
PnhlUhed Weekly In the Hawaiian Lannage.
Ithaa th lararal rlrraUtin In the a-rouis and la rra.1 both
hj Hawaiian aivt riuiatirra. I"rlr- i a year In ad
taiire. Advrrtiarmrni lranUnd into Hawa
iian frre of cliarr. Hfli'-e in South
13 oroer vt Sail.' II.Mae. ly
'. M Itlt'll IKI At CO..
Ship Chandler aud Commidon Merchants and
Dealers In General Mrrriiaadie,
Keep eoaatantly on han.1 a fulla'orttarnl or mrrrhaad iar, fc-c
(ha sapply of W halT an I Mrrchaut Vcaaels.
ti -J y
V. Fit KIl'K ITI.t ia.ll.
Dtalrr In Staple an I l anrj Dry Goods Men's Cloth
ing, Cost and Shoes and auker .Notions,
tare lart Street, srarlr apa.He Meaara.
t;s voull'41 At Hrurk. ly
niSIIOI A. '.. Ilaakrra.
Office, in tl r eat turner of Maker's Clock,
Kaaliumanu alrmrl, llouululu.
Uraw Billa of Kchanji in
The h or t-'ALiroaoia. Fan Franrlaco
Meaara ilaiaaal I . MixTi av n Co., Naw York.
" l.aiu a; Vliun, Vurk,
Taiansr Nitmiil Him, - n.ln.
OaiaaTAL Has t'oaroaavios. - Umd.m.
Will receive dopoaita. Ilarounl Arl-cla huaineaa paer, and
attend In Culleruua:. elc. tsO ly
UK. J. MOTT SMITH,
Oltlcc corner of Furl n.t Hold Plret-tr.
K. IIOFFMAN.V. M.I.
P!iv.lrlxn and Surgeon,
Corner Merchant and Kuhunuuu (la., near HuntotBce. &H0 ly
A. C nUFFOI. I. !..
I'hysirisu and Snrgrtiu,
Office nit Il.nl. It-no-, AMrich Ilue, Fort strrrt. 574 1
IU. KKNXKDV. .
Phjsltlan, Sarsron and Arrosrbeor.
1 Fort St, nniuit C.
. K. Williann' Furniture Wareruoma. tel ly
JOIIX S. McGKEVV, M. !.,
I'livsirisu aud Sarreou.
ORio Orcr Ir. K. llolTiiiaiiu' Priiir Sirt. corner of Kanha
mana amt M. rctiant Ma., opjHiaitf th riwt Office.
Rixiorsca CknitaiH St., OtturtH Muunnu aud f'ort Sit.
UfMCK ilocus Krui S tu lit A. and truiu a tu 6 l. M.
62 1 j
a. f. Ji nn.
Attorney -and Conuflkr at Law,
Corner of Fort ami MtTChant MreeU.
JOIIX II. I A TV.
Office at the Bank ol Phnp Co.
IK.o.ilulu, It. I.
Attorney and Counsellor at Ijiw.
Oifli-e nn Uui-en ftrtH-l, o.xwit Ilie Court ilfiuiu', up at.Vm.
W. V. JOXF.S.
Attorney at Law anl Litud Aent.
Will practice in all the Curt of the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit tNairta in Kana!, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those IaIaii.I on
Ojtl-e oiipct.sitt! the Court Ifotuse, on Queen Street
x Ml ly
Dealer In General Jlerchandisc,
VIRE-PKOOF STORE, '.
Corner of Hotel and Aiuimhk Streets, Honolulu, IL I.
BcLiil Katablishment ou Xnnann Street.
610 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
JOHN THOS. WATKRIIOt SE.
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise,
616 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
L. L. TORHEItT,
Office North weat corner of Queen and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
- 6IT ly
1lOI,L.F.S &i CO..
Ship Chandlers aud Commission Merchants
Particular attention paid to the purchaM and aale at Hawaiian
l.efer hy :misinn to
Sleaars. C. A. William A; Co. Mesars. C. Itrewer fc Co..
Morrs. Castle .V Cooka....... Measra. 11. HarkfcUl A Co.,
.Meaara. U. C Walertnan... Meaara. C L. Kicharda A Co.
TIIF.O. 11. OAVIKS,
Late. Jauioa, Urrrm if Co.)
Importer and Coniiulsslun Merchant,
i.i.orn!r the Liverpool underwriters,
ftORTHERy ASSURANCE COMPAVr, and
liRiTISH ajr FOREItiN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumana and Queeu Streets.
Continues hia old huainess in the a reproof building,
Chronometer rated by nlwvrvatinna of the son and stars
with a transit innraoient accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Part icular attention given to
1 her watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical inatrunietiii coustanlly on
I &40 hand and for sale. ly
! M. UAPL.EE.
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Office wi.h E. P. Adams, Esq.,
VEEN STREET, HONOLULU.
BKFKlUt B Yx F KRMIHKIOM TO
Gen. Morgan L. Smith, L'. S. I Messrs. H rearer h Co.
Consul. I Messrs. Walker A Allen.
Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co. ) K. V. Adarus, Ksq. 695 ly
A Li I.. EN Si. CONWAY,
Will eonuuae the Oeneral Merchandise and ShlppiriK business
at the aliove Krt. where they are prepared to tarnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by arhale ships, at the
shortest notice aud on the most reasonable terms.
I'lrowoocl on XX , xx cl.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In Grueral Merchandise, Island
Produce, &e., and Commission Merchant.
Uyren'a Bay. Hila. S. I..
Will keep constantly on haud an extensive assortment of every
description of good required by (hips and others.
The hi chest price eireu fur Island Produce.
I XT Money advauoeil fur Uills of Kxchange at reasonable rates.
W. X. L,A 1I,
Importerand Dealerinlltrdare,t'ntlery, Mechanics'
Tools, and A:rlf nltoral Implements,
&80 Fail Street. ly
A. S. CL.EGIIORX.
Dealer In General Merchandise, Fire-proof Store,
Csrarr Kaahsaaaa auj Q.aeea Sla-,
(Opposile Makre'a Ulnrk.)
Also. Retail establishment on Nuuanu street, shove Kinr.
V r Iiiaml Produce bought and sold. Island orders earefully
I attended to 600 ly
NEVIL.LE Ai 1JAURETT,
Planters and General Store Keepers
Keopuka, North Kona, Hawaii, near Kealakeakua Uoy. Island
raluos bnuaht. Ships supplied with Wfi, Beef and
Arent at HoimSuIu. A. 8. CLK0H0RN. 633 ly
1 C. WATERMAN" Ai CO..
Kieciat rt tent ion paid to the InU-rests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of runda, purchase and sale of Kachange, Oil,
ltone, Ueneral Merchandise, aral the procuring of Freight
KKFKK AN CKS.
Messrs. Isaac Howlanii, Ja. a Co., New Bedford
W. U. K. Pors, Kim., do.
J. C. MsaaiLL A Co , San Frauriaoc-.
a. a. r. ciama.
C. lilt KWF.lt At CO.
Commission aud Shipping Merchants,
llewwltila. Oiabu, II. I.
OT Ike BmIon a aid llaaialiilw Paaekel Mate.
FwrtheMiiliee. WallukuX Ilunia IMaailaliaaa
rr the Parrhaaf anal Sale af I .la ad Prsxlare.
Joss M. IIikid, Kq... .....New Tork.
Csas. Ilaaw.a. t o 1 Bosuia.
J ma llrxsaw ail, )
K. U. hais A Co. I
CBA HoLCOTT BlIKiM :.
. ) ......San FranHaea.
m L a. castlb.
J. B. TaTUS.
A. a. cooaa.
Importers and l.eurral Merchants
Klatc atreel. appaaitr the Senate a'. C ha wel.
Jlf'J, JOt.VTS MR
lr. Jayne C-U-hrate. Foaile Medicines,
VA'heeU-r A V ilaon' Sewine Machine.
The Nrw K i inland Mutual Life Inaurauve ComHioy,
.The Kohala Suar Cwnpany, Hawaii.
"TtiB Haiku Sujrar t .iiaiiy. Maui.
Tti lUaaiian Sunr Mill. Maui.
Tt t alaloa Siicm I'lantailnn. Hihu.
The Luoiahal Ukx lUuLaliun. bUoai. 009 ly
ISnpcrioi' Ooltl Pens.
fl'ST It FrF.IVF.O HIRKCT FHOM THE
tnanuficlurcrt, l.raov Fliai HiLO A Co., of Nrw York,
A Choice Assortment of GOLD FENS!
Of variou patterns and 'i-, Nu'a 3 U 8 Inctuaire,
lung and short puint,
JSli J VF.tr BROAD NIB t'f..S, a new article.
Fur Ple at the llook-More of
II. M. WIUTNKV.
I wvaj a aw a. a,WaV ws sa, ar 1
Boot and Shoe Makers and Dealers la Leather and
tY 1 Stretl. Int. Xuan awl MnurttikHi Sis.
XT Orders fran Ihe rounur aiticlted and neomntlv
.atteuded to on the must reasonable lerm. 5S4 ly
G. W. NORTON 6c Co.,
CKHi:iaS .I wAlIC.lIaS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
Ilaaolala. II. I.
ROBERT NEWCOMB & CO.,
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home, .
J'lnia aail Ornamental It ludin executed at short
6S4 notice aud reasonable terms- ly
Tinsmithn and Plunabers,
iVssssa Street, near ike tYkrf STOVKS and LEAD PIPE
always on haud. Jobbing of all kiuds attended to. 61.1 ly
S. I. IVOIlllA,
PAINTER & PAPER HA TIGER.
t'ANT WE FOITXI AT THE
Shop on HOTEL .STREET, near Uia
residence of Hr. WunI.
AU work entrostnl to Mr. NOHKA will
l done with ueatuesa aud dispab-h, and
at the lowest rates. 606 !y
JAS. A. RIJKDICI4,
COOPER AND C AUGER,
Continue Ifie business
At bis Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All wora- done with care, ami orders promptly attended to.
509 Cbabgks Modkbavb. .. - ly ',
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPER AIVD TISlIiriIS.
TV.AKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
the pnblie that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of stills, rtbiks rASS, sob
cut' raxs, woaas, rears, etc., etc.
Also on hand, a fall assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices. .
ALL KISDS or KEPAiaiSO DO JIB WITS SaATSBSS 1KB DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Ka&buaanuSt., one door above Fliuier'. 699 6m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
fifU King Street, Opposite the Bethel.
VhL Honolulu. H. L 620 ly
J. H. WICKE,
C A It 1 L T 1IAKEK,
ALAKKA STBKKT BCLOW THB THKATBB.
Famitnr made and repaired at reasonable prices. 6il ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
coorui: aivjl aiiger,
At the Old Slaad.
Corner of King and Sethel Streets.
A Ui-e Slock or UIIj S HOOKS and ait sinds of Cms
eriaa; Materials const anttj on itmd.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance of
the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which be
now returns his thanks. 618 6m
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all De
PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldings of all kinds constantly on Hand.
- 609 ly
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY 'W. J. RAWLINS.
rjMIE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
si Works Is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic In ceneral, with the best quality TEI.LI1W SOA Pa
SOFT SOAP always aa ha ad. .
The Highest Pairs paid roa Soar Gbbasb. 595 ly
Catholic Church Premises, Honolulu,
HAVING LATELY RETURN
ED from San Francisco
W ith a ew Stork of Materials,
He is prepared tu Repair
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
613 With promptness and dispatch. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer In FamlUro
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware room on Fort street, opposite K. D. Morgan's
Family Market! Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 583-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher. Hotel Street, near tha
Irug Store of J.Mott Smith Co. 686 Ij
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
y. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
(V spectrally inform the ublic that he is prepared to cast
yf '1 aud finish all kiuds of brass ami comosition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
S7 Constantly on hand, he coupwnes of the following,
aiaes: i, i. 1, H, i and 2. Also, oil cup and raSCe cocks.
JAMKd A. HOPPER,
5S9 ly King street.
.7. p. cn n i:s,
IMPORTER k MANL'FAC-
All KINDS of SADDLERY.
Girrirtjfc Trtmnu'hy kme tcith Xeattiess and Dis
patrfi. All Orders prmnj-tly attended l.
Caraer af Fart sad Hotel Street. Hwawlala.
It . LE T T ,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Held St.. Hwaalala.
It . Wo A i D It K W S ,
Fort Street, opjx-site (Ml Fellaics' ILtll. Honolulu,
Continues In the business of repairlna; many articles
of h'-uarhold use. Locks, Ouoa, tfewins Machioea. Ac
and will cn.iro.-t Models and small Tools, and make
lH-rt of Machinery to order. 606 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
H y WILLIAM II. IIIIDDV, ut Leleo.
E WAVING RKfKI VKI A LA RGE AND FULL
I stock of material, ta prepaml to supply hi customers
and the public, with the brat Yellww, Brswa a ad
While SOAP. ALSO
koit -vrsi OIL HOAP,
In arse or small quantit'e to suit.
P. 8 fSaap Krcase always wanted. 600 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
1ILOT. MEDIUM AND NAVV BREAD,
alwajrs on hand and made to order.
.1i'm, II ifr. s..'."!! an.I Rutter Crackers,
JENNY USD CAKES. Ac.
SHIP UREA D K Kit A K ED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY HKKAP, made of th Test Ftiair, baked dalty anJ
atwajs on hand.
N. U.HKOtrN BREAD OF THE REST QUJLITT.
Vm a - Jr
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
-National. Insurance Company,
Ot Man l'"rn it o !,
Office, No. 408 Montgomery Street, near California.
V A R I N E INSURANCE aaaa Ilalla. Car-
L V I roe. Treasure, Commissions, Profits, and other sahjeets
of Marine Insurance, to and from all ports la ths world, inland
MA KINR R I.KS on Coasters. Also, oa freffrht. Cargo, Ac,
to and .from all interaland porta Insured airainst.
I !KK INSL'KA.NCK upon RuiMlnrs, Merchandise, Fwrwitavs.
Rem. Tessets In Port and Uieir Carroca, and other ImarabM
CAPITAL, (niD I P) ONE HILLI0X IrOLLlRS.
Losses promptly aojnstetl and paid in l alted Rtalrf
WILLIAM P1ERCK. , PreaideoU "
It. W. C. THOMPSON, .... . Tlee-PreaWent.
W. W. WIOOINd, . . . . . ... Secratary.
AMtM NOYkJ?, . ..... . . . Mario. Otooer.
, Exeeuttme Cemmittesi
ALBERT DIBRLEE, Chairman. JOS. A. DON0II0K. K. Q.
8NKATII. JOHN O. BRAY. ABkAM llLOCIC
N. B. Particular attention to Fire Inaurane en Dwellings,
Cliurches, Furniture, Ac
C. BREWER Ai Csv, Aeata. .
605 6m : ; lioaolala.-
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco, California, ;
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
II. II. blQKLOW,
A. J. RALSTON...........
......... Odoeral Agent,
C. A. LATUN, ,
rav.HK UNDERSIGNED. THE AUTHOR
M. Ued Ageou of this company arc prepared to Insarii riaks
On Cargo, Comnussionfl and Profits !
In Vessels either in the Farelga or IstAerIsIaad
Trade. Will issue ' . .
Fire and Marine Time Policies ' .'
Covering risks on Public Buildings, Stores. Dwelling Tl oases.
Furniture, and Goods In store, and oa Halls of Vessels not
rating lower than A. 2. " . ,
Losses promptly adjusted and paid in U. 3.
Gold Coin. - , - ;
N. B. Policies furnished at once without tha delay f fot
warding applications to San Francisco. . ' '
For rates of premium an:I particulars apply to
574 ly BISHOP A Co. Agents. ,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON ANC ED1NUURGU.
' ESTABLISHED, 1809.' " ' - ' -
Accaaaalated and lavcaled Fainsl. S,510,139
rwVIIE rXDERSICXKD HAVE BEEN AP
1. PUINTKD AGKNTSIor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to I as ore arat Fire upoo favorable terms. "
Risks taken In any part of the Islands on Wooden. Baildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Uoosea acd Furni
ture, f imber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. (617 ly KU. HJFFpCULAKOKR A CO.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rsjvilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M appointed asreots for the San Francisco Board ot t'ndcr
The California lnsarac.ee ConpaaT,
The Meichants Blataal Marine Insarance,
The Pacific Insarance Company,
The California Lloyds, and
The Ilonae Mutual Insarance Company.
Tre leave to inform Masters at Vessels and the public rensr
atly Una sl losses sustained on VESSELS and CARUOEd,
insured by either cf the above Companies against perils of Los
seas and other risks, at cr wear the Sandwich Islands, will have
to be verified by them.
617 3ti ' H. HACKFELD A Co.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OT 8an Francisco.
ra-tllE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
S appointeil agenU for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to ussie
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES OX
CAKGOES, FREIGHT aad TREASURE.
690 ly - WALKER m ALLEN.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
... X I B
TtHE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THB
above Company, hare been aathorised t insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
by COASTERS from Honolulu to ail ports of tha Hawaiian
Oroap, and vice versa.
67S ly . H. UACKFELD CO.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
SAN FRANCISCO. '
TV.UE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed A rents for the above company, beg leave la
nforra the the pnblie, that theywre now prepared to iasue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
en Cargo, Freight and Treasartv, to and from all parts of las
H HACKJELD A CO.
- Honolulu, April 2 1U62. 471 ly.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMFY
OP LONDON. "
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENT FOR THB
above Company, has recentiy reoeived instrwetiona to ra .
dace the Rate of Premium on St ooe and Brick Buildings and oa
Merchandise atoreJ therein, and la now prepared to lasns poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore-
Risks taken on Buildings Machinery, Ac. on gurar Planta
tions. TUtLO. H. DA VIES,
&98-ly - - Agent.
WOOD A Co.,
AlJfg STREET, HONOLULU. Ml ly
HONOLULU, H. L,
King Street, opposite the BetheL o9 ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
- K. II.-DOYD. ...
Choh-est Meats from finest kepis. Poultry, Fish, Vceetabiea
Arc., furnished to order. 014 ly
Coolie and Extra,
For Sale in quantities to soil by A. 8. CUtOrtORS,
a88 ly Agent Honolulu Rata Mitt.
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
Sole and Saddle Leather, and Tanned Cast Skins.
For Sale by -5S
ly A. S. CLEQII0RX, Agent Waimea Tannery
A Book which should be in Every Library
AIMS' HAM DIITMARY
CONTAINING ABOUT SO.OOO DAWAIIAX
Worda, with English signification, and
Aa Knzllsh-llaw alias Toeaaalary, aad Ckroaololral
Table of Historical Events.
13 y Lor rin And. rows.
PB.r.K 5 Bound In Sheep. .
ftt-l. t, J Bound la Half MorAcco,
Fur Sale by
II- M. WHITSET. .
! TJtis Valuable Work can be obtained in London p
Messrs. TRVBKER A Co., Pateraester Row.
I v- l".-r. f
.IHil uuru in .ifu,' aura. '7
Uessrs. BARNES A Ca John SU
ALSO FOR SALE,
ENhop's Cawailan and Fnrllsh Phrase Bool;, .Oct.
Not Always Obtainable.
A DIES' CHOICE PORTFOLIOS, aeseried
Mahocany and Rosewood Writing Desks,
Bos.es Mathematical Instrument.
Oabora's Water Color, Thermometers, -
Chess and Checker Boards and Men,
Numerical Frame for Children.
Ou Hand and For Sale by
iy M. vTUrTMSl.