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SIX DOI.utKSPKK AXXI M.
VOU Xll...l.. VVIIOI.K .No. iO.
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SIMMON OF INCH.
TwcTT-rcTii Iiat. Maj 1'a'u
A.swmt.l wet at tlie iMual Uur, 1'rest.ictit Keku
aoaoi. the chair.
lln. VV. T. M wtiti jvrvctilfl petition frn Kn,
r.mvinj; that all Wtr eimlroct I nivle Ltl in Eog
U.tti nl lUwail.rt. IMrrrol to Jol'ici.iry (Ymitte.
lion. S. O. Wilier, cIi-virTriun of Fi-eclal Committee
to whora yi i referre-I Mil t authorise tie Minuter
of the Interior t take pcni)n ef the fprinj; calleil
fCunnwai, rrrtt, arvl reeotunet!eI to reject the
bUL Tteport aceepteL
lion. A IiwyU give notice cf a bill taxing cattle,
Keep anl gout.
Hon. YV. T. Martin reaI. fi r the first time, a bill
lexinatin the time when the Circuit JuJ-a shall
lit at eh.ahe:r.
House, in Committee t,( the wtw, took op tlte
ArpnifriiUion Dill, Hon. S. W. Mahclt.nain the chair.
Jrr of MJ&ister ReMient of the Unite! States.
The Minister f Foreign AETur rose an! ntovetl
th pootponenient of the rdriAlU'rutin t thi item
tilt further new rf the ICeviprocitjr Treaty w receive. L
S-U vry Ch.tre 1 Affairs, LumHu, $ 1,9) pwjel
t votw of l'. t 1.
Irtficw expert-tea forira a;jent. 2,0tJf passed.
tUliunry arwl inckknUlu, S.iiMl xt.4eeL
Ktpr?n,! of Foreign Mission,
Hon. W. T. Martin ruel toatrike out the item.
Hut Ex. C. ! Varinj Qrrrl aume czpUnations
la rvjirl to the necvsMity of uch an appropriation.
Hon. C. J. Ljoivt Mj original motion wivs to
prattpone the Jiou-a'un f this item till the JLcu
aion of the item for Minuter Real-lent at Washington.
Seein;;, however, that the tliacu.kn has gone on.
ami argument have been brought forwanl in favor of
it, I Um it but fur to answer thje arnamenU. It
w suiil the Ministry only want authority to pro He
far contingencies. Our experience is that these it en is
are pretty llkt-Iy to be spent to their full anmant.
Precisely the same pie was mrvle for the ? 10,000
tppmpriatol by the special scsttion. Well, ltere it is
ia the report, all stent, an. I so will thin item be if
piuneL Then Ain it woull seem we are to have a
fharge J" Alliire at InIon, a Minister Resllent at
WaeUingtin, we hue jut Cnishel up an ilntbassy to
Jnpan, anl what remains? (France may be.) Ills
Excellency anks what makes this kinglnra resecte 1
aamn the Huuls of the Pacific anl elsewhere? It
is superior education anl internal civilization, not
our expensive Foreign Ministers. I o!oubt very
mutrh whether we are now to-Uy as much resrxtel
at Washington as when we h.-vl an occasional quiet
Commissioner there at 1 ,50O a year.
Hon. Mr. Hitchcock was in favor of rejecting the
item, as the explanation nyvle by the Minister war
ranto! bin ia so doing.
, Hon. O. W. Pilipo spoke in favor of the Appropri
ation for Foreign Missions.
Hon. (1. Rluxle was in favor of the item, anl
rywl its pskrwage.
ifont. Messrs. Jail and Koakana spoke against iL
Motion to defer eon.MuJt:ration of iUm as it sUnls,
$..M)i, put al Imt.
Hon. C. J. Lyons inoveil to amenl to ?2jO0.
Question t twn item as in the bill $5,0is, resulted
la 1H aye: to 1M noes. The Chairman voted with the
aye, and the item passed. Ayes Kekuanaoa, Lo
n!tto. Nahaolefua, Kuxm, Duminis, Bishop, KaLv.
kana, Kamakau, Hutchison, Vartginy, 1'hiilips, '
Jones, Kuihrllni, Kaln, UhoIs, Boyd, JUkalena, !
KenwehunaliaU, M.ih tona 10. Nays Kaeo. l"pa, j
Hitch:ook. Lyons, Komabou. Halernanu, IMip., J
Martin, Keliip, N'akih. IIopu, Nahaku, Ww.l,
WiluVr. JH, Koakanu, Kankaht, Kuud-tcn 13.
Support of military SCOt;
Hon. II. IL IIiti h..iM-k moved that tlte ( 'oromittee
take from tlie tM tlie minority rteport of the Cotv
mittew on tUe military aixl adopt the same, fixing t'te
item 6r snpprt of military at 5(.V:bs. arxl that tle
turn be plai e-l in th Appropriatlou Blt He poke
at some length against the Lrge sum anked fr by
tiie Minister, at a tim when we were at pea"e, and
fred a lirger stn for educational purjwioes.
Hi Highness VT. V. Lunalik .! he was very
onu-.h In favor of th nrnt'ion ami remarks of Mr
lluvhoock. in frorofa great reilu:tion, as tle ap-pi-oprUtioit
at prest nt was a waste of money, and it
wouel le mi.-l letter to give it to sometbiug mre
beuet'u-i.d to tiie couutry. He bwvel to rnlr tlte
item to t'MX.
Hon. J. A. Nahaku favored the item.
Ho. I. Koakana move. I to insert the following
Support of Cavalry, HrlfdnX,
Support .f Uit!, 9
upjs.rt of Artillery, )1,J
Hit Hthnesi W. C Luaalilo again rose arl cau
tioned the ment'strs attainst voting & 'he Lrjre sum
rcijuirtsl in the budget f.r the supjort of the military ;
and as fc.r the st.Mwrs, thry were pail will enough,
and received more than those in Europe, who received
aliout two shillings a week, and here they received
a month, with a chance of tiecomlng a Knight of
tlte OrU-r of K:une'aruela, an-1 the King woull
pnIvMy give them a itedal if they at any time should
lo any meritorious art. He himself had order,
but th.m the King woull give the sot Hers such testi
Bionlal if they deserved it.
Hon. J. Dominis 8upptrtel the majority report
of the Committee, and moved the previon ((uestion.
Hon. W. T. Martin was in favor of the item reevtu
tuendel by tlie Jlinority Committee.
Q ifstion to pass at tuWtOO o) as in the bill, put
to vote arxl tost.
Question to pass at So.'i.So. inclu.ling amend
ments for cavalry, &&, put anl carried- Assembly
TwesTT-rimi Vx, My loth.
Assembly met at the uaud Lour. I'rvsi lent KiLua
nao in the chair.
Hon. C. II. Judl presented a petition from Koolau
Tiko, praying that parents sending children to select
sohooU be exempt from the school tX ; that aH lLs
trict Ju.Igs Is? exempt from personal taxes ; that cat
tle I uxed a head ; that sheep be taxed a
hundred; that all prostitute be taxed $12; that
government teachers be iueo ; U,t Ua-hehn be ex
empt from schsi tax ; that constables receive half the
traes of Tolice Court ; thtt SSU) be apprtpriatI for
Court House in that IHstrict ; an.1 that p.vernment
pay the expense of Ijiglish schools. IU fcrre.1 to a
select Committee comprised of Halemsnu, Konkanu,
Mahelona, Hopu anl JuLL
Jlr. Konkanu presented a jmtition from Koloa,
praving that nuires be taxed go ; that three I'Lstrict
Ju.lg be appointe.1 ft,r Kauai; that the salary of
Kauai Circuit Judge be placed at Sl'JOO; that the
t nes of pt-.r thieves be re fan. 1.1 ; that a Leper Hos
pital be otablished on Kau.aL Itcferred to same com
mittee on petitions from Kooiaupoko.
Mr. Knit-lsen prescntcl a petition frotn Waimea,
asking f.r assistance from tlte government in sup
porting an ilnstish s. hsl in th.it District ; and tliat
tit., ne who send children i select scImsIs 1 exempt
from school tx. Iferre.I to Committee on FIuca
tion ; also a etitUn from the same district, asking
f.r a seow t .r the Waimea river, rights of falling be
granted to all, new roa.ls, Ac. ic IVtititm referred
to Committee on Internal I m pro v em en Ls.
Mr. Ke:wehun;ihaU presenteI a petition from Ho
nolulu, praying that the House awerel section 1,
lupw 12 of iVu.d Cole, regr'ling the prohibiti.n law
acunst Iltwaiians bring supplil spiriti Imiu.h.
M.rion fc in.lertnitely postpone put and earrieil 15
ayes, 8 no-s.
NahaoMua. Kalakaua, Kamalao, Kahanu,
Katu, rl.ho.le. Woo.1 and KeawehunahaU H.
Hon. Mr. Hitchcock, to whom was referred the pe
tition from the soldiers, reported that the soldiers had
n jjrourvl &r eompliint, only that they were sent
out to work on tro patches. Ileprt adopteL
Hon. Mr. Koakana presented the following resolu
Th-at the Committee on a-wrounM be instructel to
draw fr.,c the Mm inter of Finance 8lM fjr each
Tliat tlte CoTiimittee on Finance be instructel to
learn what oQi.-ers under the Government receive two
salaries ; and if any, who they are, and the amount
Hon. Mr. Kalakaua moved to indefinitely poMtptne
the resolution. Motion put and hiet. IUolution ac
"That tlte Committee of Finance he instructed to
inquire whether the Attorney General has received
the pay of the Minister "of Finance in addition to his
own salary ; and if not, who has received the sum
vol. si for the Minister of finance."
Hon. Mr. Phillip rose and Mated that he had re
ceived tlte Salary of the Attorney Gcueral, but not
that of lb Minister of Finance. Tlte Salary of the
Minister of Fiumcc had been paid on his order.
Motion to table Resolution put and carried.
The bill to admit sheathing eops-r, kc, used on
Hawaiian vessels, free of duty was read and ordered
to I engrossed.
- TwtvrT-siXTTi ItJ May ISth.
The Assembly met at the usual Lour, President
Kekuanaoa in the Chair.
Hon. C. J. Lyons, from the- Committee? to whom
was referred the affairs of the (Jovcmrnent Printing
Office, presented the? following report :
To I lis Jlirjhnfss M. Kekuanaoa, Prtsitfenl of the
Isijislatice AssiJtj :
Sir Tlie tirlcnigmJ, Speeinl Committee to
investigate tlte expenditure of the (overnmetit
Pnutiog ( Hliec, lx-g leave to jrcscit the following
We firxl the acronnts of the foTcmment Print
ing OlbYc to ! in regular fnn s:kI faithfully
kept, and frru said aiiunts c Itave drawn up
the ilIlowing summary of rceeij.tit aixl cxcnJi
tures for the two years ending March ol, lMi8 :
rSovcrnmeot A ppmprialtna. .............. ...... ..ltoO OO
Ttnm i'Am awl A.lvrtMcnwtU........ .......... 13.7M 24
Hohwrlpliiina ami uln 4 Uvzrttt. ....... ........ 3,4.19
iktbacritliuna wami aab-a t( A Oaa. ........ ..... 3,17 H
Kruanaalcof ifttiDgpar.. ............. ....... 3iJ Oo
Caatt on aaiHMarcb 31, 47 AO
f 2,?44 0I
KUary of Iirertne. 1 Veara, J-I.OJO 4.500 CO
Halary of tdil..fa OiM. UM verk 2,osO OO
Monk-aeettfT i S twa prevtuoa U ap'l of llirec lor. 6-M 0
W area o4 Oilice Hand Ol
Malcrlala, par, Ijl-ea. he. ...................... bJtJH .IS
CiHumMi"a l' A Oknn A(nla. ........ ......... 277 1
Humlry Hllla la Tuwn, Hitsli.., c. ........ ....... 3,070 47
Caaauabaad, March SI, 47 13
"With reference to tLo api-ropriatioiw lor the
next two rears the Committee caJl attention to
the follow in j; points :
Tlte rent ofnRlremay beestimaOsl at f 1.000 year.i 2,000 0)
Tae ialereal a vaJae of ft yum.; and wear anil tear
4 tame al l.OV) f J-ar 2,000 00
The lefrlmeola bate to th Priiititie O&re
the HUtmtiif iuiim in IheLiot two )rara
IKpaxtnwat oi Finanee..... ........... ....97 75
lepartmeDt oi Inlrn.... ........ ........ 312 0O
Department ut t'nia Affjin. ............ 114 M
U-wrl 4 lUiurskluia ...................... 677 2S
Udice ol Atluruey General................. 17 60
The Go en. men I Afprnpriation f" iVA-i waa..... lloO 00
The aetoal xnae tt lite nation woubl thi-reftre
aeew)lobef.tltelwoeara 117,119 00
The Committee coiuMcr it cxjoJicnt that the
f fovcrnment slum Id eoiitinue tlwir t.ropriebirshtp
of a newap-is-r in the rjill.-h bnguage, and an
other in the Hawaiian, but recommend Uuit the
printing ofGoc and j-resxvt be "old or learl to
private parties, rovidul Mich rnrties are ready to
offer satisfactory ternis of j.un ltasc or lease. Tlte
Committee roiisnler that ttiere is iufhVicnt busi
ness, including the teivermnent printing, to eui
j.Ior two printing oDiei in tlc city of Honolulu;
ami that then-fore tlie course aljovc recoumersle.l
would not give a nwnoroly to any one I"art)Jr
That while the (toveminent reserve iteelf tlw
direction of two jir as aforesaid, tfic printing
of these, as well as otlicr i toveminent printing,
slstukl he placd in tlte ordinary flannels of pri
Your Committee, tls'rrP.ro, would iwnimend
the following appropriation Tor t!icncxt two years:
MaUry f FJil. ieJil iefe. f iOOO year. J 4.0OO OO
lUrv f r-I.K J- 04. I.OOO jear 2.s 00
t'oV Oovenuawut iiot. ....... ...... ,WW 00
f 11,000 CO
All which is resitfully submitted.
C J. Lvos,
K. II. Hovp,
Keport aecepfe.1 and laid on the table.
Iln. (i. W. 1'ilipo iotr.Ml.n etl a resolution that
the Ministers and officials insert in the t loveriiinent
Appropriation BUI all th. t;overnuielil oflieers a bo
receive salaries from the (Joverninent, and lh
aut.oint tlty receive.
His Ex. C. d Varigny moved to table the n-so-lution.
Hon. Mr. Keawebunabala introduced a resolution
i tstrnt'tiiig thf Judiciary Committee to report what
laws ther-' were in contravention with the Consti
tution. Kesoltition adopted.
Ills Et F. W. Hutchison gave notice of a bill
regulating tlw quaoficatioii d electors, Ac.
On motion the Hou j.roceedol to the order of
The Assembly resolved it'f inU a Committee
of the Whole, lor tlw consideration of tlw Appro
priation BUI. 1. Y. Koakanu in me tnair.
to p.r rw:vr or tub itcriok.
Salary of Minister. $lo.i0 passe-1.
Salary of Chief l.'lerk. I ." passed.
Salarv of Second Clerk. $3.ool.
A motion to stiike out this lx-t item was
and lost; the amount accordingly passed as I
Covernor of Oalnt. 3.6'Sl parsed,
tlovernor of Maui. S j.COO parsed.
Covernes of Hawaii. Si.OOO.
lion. Mr. Keawehunaliala moved to amend to
lion. J. l"pa favored the item as in the bill, a
there were appropriations for for the Clerk
of the Governess and $ !.') for a Lieut. Coventor,
making in all $o.ih f..r the gubernatorial office on
Hawaii. Item passed at S2.IMMI.
Salary Governor of Kauai. J.400 p.sed.
Salary Lt. (Jovernor of Hawaii. $2.xwi pae'ed,,
Salary Clerk Hovernor or Oahu, SCOti passeTt.
Salary Clerk Governor of Maui. i30 passed.
Salary Clerk Governor ol Hawaii. S2.0O0.
Motions to amend ! I.GUO. i 1.20U. and 51.000.
Hon. II. l. Hitchcock was in favor of the item as
ia the bill.
Hon. C. J. Lyons said be would move a suspen
sion of the rules to reconsider the salary of Lieut.
Governor, as be did not believe In paying for the
Lieut. Governor of Hawaii a small salary with the
understanding that he should have another position
with a large salary for the oflice-, as such things
did not look riirht on th Appropriation Bill, and
could not be understood by the nation.
Tlie item then pass-d at $2,000. by a vote lb' to H.
Salary Clerk Governor of Kauai. SoOil passed.
Salary Postmaster General. i.0iM.
Motions to amend to S 1.000 and S3.CM.
Question to pass the iiem at $5.tw)D wa put and
carried 2'1 ayes ; 13 mws. Assembly adjourned.
TwE.vTT-sKvr.Tni Dav, May Hnh.
Assembly met at the uaal hour. President Ktkua- ;
naoa in the chair. i
Hon. C. II. Jud 1 presented a petition from Koolau- I
poko, asking for ?!) for a bridge at Waikane. Ke
ferrvsl to Committee on Internal Improvements.
Hon. S. G. Wilder presented a petition from Koo-
lauloa, containing eighteen different requests ; among
them, that the horse tax I reduced ; that the depart- ;
ments of the mialaters be mvle into one Iepartmcnt ; ;
that the question of Sully be rejectel, ic, &c i
l"etitin rtfeTTeI. I
IIn. S. 5. Wilier, of Stnltary Committee, report- i
eI favorably of the doings of the IVvtrl of Health ; t
also the carrying on of the Inane Asylum, anl rec- f
ommend the appropriations asked for, and an increase
of the salary of the M tnaser. On the Queen's Hos- ;
pital, the Committee reported ftvorably, an.1 recm-
merel the Appnpriation ask for in the Bud;'t. !
The roroittee mvle several suggest ion rrgirding j
the lepers and their h.spitals, suggesting tlte appoint
ment of a capable I.tvr, who should have full charge
of the lejrs, and tlie disj-ensing of melicinet &c.t a
schM.ner for his-rs ; and that all shouM be taken to
the Island of Mulokai. Tlie sum recommended by the
Committee for the Board of Health was sl'l.'XW.
Ilefa.rt arceptel and onlertsl to 1 printed.
Hon. V. Knudsen, chairman of Committee of Com
iiteree, presented the rejiort of the Committee on the
frtsed Sutjeidy to the Kilauea and California steam
His Ex. C. do Varigny ns.ved that the rcrs.rt be
printed in both languages and laid lTr the House,
that the question may ! considered by the Assembly
Hon. S G. Wilder moved to adopt the report of the
Committee, so as do away with the matter sU ouee, as
time enough had alrenly been spent by tlie Commit-
ti-e and the meiuters of tlie House on the juetiou of
Hon. D. Kalakaua seconded the motion of C. dc
His Kx S. II. Phillips ftiid bethought tlie question
Isf.-rc the House w.is an important one, and thou Id
be considered carefully in ull its bearings before ac
tion was taken upon it ; and after so considering the
question the House iniht dispose of it uiidersUiidiiig
ly ; and did not think that the House should adopt
the views of the Committee till they had fully dis
cussed the matter themselves, to say nothing of their
being unable to jude of the question w hen they only
beard the rrjort of the Committee reel once, and
tliought that every member should have an opportu
nity to consider wt-11 the report after they had read it
in print, as it was a question of great importance.
Hon. II K. Hitcheik was in favor of the adoption
of the report, as the Committee had fully investigat
ed tlie question, and for a week tast had heard all
tlie arguments pro and con; that the report was signed
by every member of the Committee, which was all
tiie House wanted, as it was one of their stauding
committees. He saw no reason why the reiiort should
nt be adopted, and moved to amend the motiuu of!
Mr. il ler by adopting the retort and ordering the
same to be printed.
A ... t w:..-i
Hon. P. Nahaolelua was in favor of the motion of
the Minister of Foreign Relations, and thought the
matter ought to be well considered before being dis- .
poned of, as it was a matter of great importance to
the population at large. !
Hon G. Hhode4 thought the House rhould discutcs
the matter thoroughly before acting upon it, and the
hurried manner with which some of the memoers
wished to dispse of the Suttsidy hs.ks like personal
feeliug in the matter. He wanted it understood that
while he favored the discussiou of the Subsidy, that
he was not in favor of the measure, but tliat as yet
he had not made up bis mind fully, aud wanted to
hear the arguments on both sides, as it was a ques
tion tliat aOcctcd the whole nation.
Hon C. II Ju l I was in favor of adopting the re
port of the Committee to-day, as the House would
soon come to that part of the Appropriation where
money was wanted for Internal Improvements, and if
the matter of Subsidy was disposed of now, the
House felt sure of &o0,XX that could be spared,
and if the question was acted upon otherwise tiie As
sembly would not know what to appropriate for j
Hon. P. F. Koakanu was in favor of adopting the
report of the Committee to-day, as many of the Rep
resentatives had been present at the Committee meet
ings and heard and understood all that was said for
and against,' and for that reason he for one was in
favor of indefinite pstpoiieiiient of tho item as the
internal wants of the country, have never yet been
Hon. S. W. Mahelona supported tne motion of His
Et C. Jo V arigny.
Hon. J. W. Keawehunaliala thought the subject
ouzht to be prois:rIv ventilated, but then wished the
House to understand that he was not in favor ot ut- i
sidy, by urging this. I
Previous question called, and on motion or c ii.
Judd ayes and noes taken.
. .... ... Wat
Question to a-lopt the report or committee nn-i to
I print the same put and carried by vote of '2 ayes I
and id noes.
jf yet Lnnalilo, Kanoa, Hitchcock, Upa, Lyons, ;
Kumahoa, Halemanu Pilipo, Martin, Jones, Kuihe- j
Imi, Hopu, Kalu, Kaiue, Ytoud, Lloyd, .Makaieua,
Judl. Wilder Keawehunaliala, Mahclouu, Koakanu,
Kaukaha; Knu-lsen 21.
-Vors Nahaolelua, Dominis, Bishop, Kalakaua,
Kaukaha, Kshmu, Kaeo, Hutchison, Varigny, Phil- ;
lips, Keliipio, Nakila, Nahaku, Uhodes 14. j
Twentt-fightii Dav, May 0th.
Tlie Assembly met at the usual hour. President M.
Kekuanaoa in the chair.
IV-fore spprming tlte Journal, Mr. Keawehunahala
said be would like to move a reconsideration of the
vote taken yesterday to adopt the rejs.rt of the Com- j
tuittec on Commerce, in regard to the subsidising of :
ocean steamers, are! sjke to the Assembly at great J
length, urging them to vote for a nvon-idcration, ns '
it was a question which concerned all, and every !
iiK-mU-r of the Assembly sliould not Ik deniel the J
privjlegeof eipresing his views fully ujw.n thesut.jeet. j
Motion to re-iisider the report of the Coinmittee
.n Commerce was tut au l canie-I by a vote of 21 i
ayes to !'. noes.
His E- C. de Varigny moved that the report of
the Committee be accepted, printed and place-1 before
the House, the same to be cous'ulercd on Tuesday
next, the Gth.
Hon. II. K Hitchcock move-I as an amendment
that the reoort le a-loottsl and onlere.! to be printed.
He sid he could led see what distinction could I
ade between the rejs.rt of the Judiciary on the Ho
dulu elections which was adopted without a Word,
I Cue Varigny will did
f-t analogy betwc n the rejrtof the Committee on the
Judiciary and the reis-rt of the Committee on Com-
. . . 1 . .1 . .
aierce, and spoke iu favor of considering the report j
of the Committee on Commerce before the House, so .
tliat all could understand it before voting to adopt it.
JHs Ex. F. W. Hutchison said that he thought the !
illtitUe'S rerort should be considered by the HoUie,
therein was contained a item of Slu.Uts for the
ramer Ki auea, which he should certainly oppose,
as the K'llauta was not in a fit condition to run very
fc.mr. He wUhed the Assembly to understand that he
would favor a Sulidy f.r an Inter-Island Steamer,
but not for the steamer Ataura, an-t mat 'ie vruui i .
not say anything regarding ocean steamers, as Ins cl
leairue hal represented the state of the case so ably.
Hon. C. IL IJ:sliop favored the uiscussioit 01 tne j
nejort . J
Amendment of Hon. II. IL Hitchcock put and lst '
by a vote of 17 to '21 .
Motion to receive the report of Committee, print
the same, aud lay it I s-fore the House ; and that the
same lc considercl on 1 ueslay nest, .viny , men
t be discusscl from day to day till the hual vote is
taken. Carried, iSI to 10.
M R A I' LEE.
Skipping aud Commission Asent,
tCie wilh E. P. Adr.ms. Eq ,
L'ZEy STREET. II O .V O . U L V .
afcrva ar rni.-i)j to
Gn. Mnriao L. Smith, L". S. t Ur. C. Ilr-wer k C'V
Cof-ul. I Me.r. Walker a Allen.
Mcatrs. C. L. Ricluo: & Co. E. P. A.l.ims. 695 ly
' ALLEN A. CON WAV.
Will eonlmae the fS'if-ral Merchaodiean l Shippinr buincM
at the above port. wb re thry are prepared lolarnivh
Ibe ju.tty eelelrated Ka.aitia P.-taloes. and
such "iber reef u.u as arc required
by whale ship, at the
Shortest notice an.1 on Ihe too, t reanonahle terms.
T" i x-o "csr o o cl o xx XI nud.
60 1 v
aawt. caivts. t. . Ataaaros. a. s. c.mi.
C'ASTLE A COOKE.
Importer and Cenrral Merchants.
mfi atreet, oppo.ite Ihe Sraaira's Cut pel.
jijto, juE.yrs eor
Pr. Jyns C'leril Fitnlly M-diein.-s,
Wheeler Vliuo, S-wtn Maebines,
The New EnrUnl Mutual Li lMarnce Cwmpvoy,
Tle KbU ucr Company, Ilawa.L
The lU.ko t'u.-ir CompTij. vl.uL
The II iwalian suir Mill.. Maui.
TI.e Waialuaeuai I'Unljlinw. ia!iU.
The Lutuahai U-r lloit ittoo. K 01 . COJ ly
and tlte one presented by tlte Committee on t onuuerce
i iu n-ar 1 to Subsidy, aud why oue should Is ahpte-l .
put witUoul a wotM, au-a tne oilier snoui i go in'u5n u .
n ihj. t l..ncr ilflute before rution Coul I IjC takeu uiam it
K. IN ADAMS,
lurtionrrr nail fommiSon 3Irrthant,
riuE i-R.jor STOIIK,
la Itebinaen'a ItoiMiux lueen Street,
F, A. SC II AKFEK,
.lrnt of DrfMirn Uoard of I nderuritrrs,
Til. C. II KI CK,
(irurrs! (imimUdon Mrrrhaut,
Healer ia Wines Spirits, Ate sud Portrr.
S00 Honolulu. ly
It. F. F.III.KKS.
Dralrr la Dry (ioods, Silks -fM
WALKKtt. . C ALLBS
WALKER Ai ALLEN,
Shlp;lg and tommioion 3Irrrhants,
675 H.lNoLl' Ll, II. I. ly
MeCOUGAV Ai J()IIX0..
rORT ST li LET, HOyOLUL C, .
CH Opposite TI.ctmI. C. ileuck'a. ly
risen e k ,
Fort Strvtt, ctsile O 1.1 fVll-v
Honolulu, II. I
Importer and lrsl?r la Busts Shoes auI Gentlemen's
Vomer of fort and Merchant Street,
HoXoLfLC. II. I.
Dralrr In Crnrral Mrrrbandise,
(iruer of of- jh Xt'tinnt Streets, JIihuJuIk, . .
Uftall Eatabli!iuirnt on nuaiin Strrrt.
614 Above the Fire-pns f Store. ly
II. E. Mel NT V R E &. I1KOTJIER.
Crorrry, Fred Store and Rakrry,
Corner of Kii.K and Fort rtr-ct, Honolulu, II. I. 539 ly
JOHN TIIOS. WATKKIIOCSE,
Importer and Draler la Onrral .Mf rrhandlsr, '
6)4 (Juwii Siret-t, Honolula. ly
L L. TOKHKRT,
Office Not lb west curuoi uf Queen au.l Fort Streets, Honolulu.
UOLLES &l CO.,
Ship f handle rs aud Commission Mrrrhants
Particular attention paid to the purchase au.l sale ol Hawaiian
I' rod nee.
fcefers y p rmislon lo
klessrs. C. A. Williams & Co. Messrs. C Itrearer & Co.,
Menrra. Castle a: Cooke....... Messrs. II. Hackleld A: Co.,
Messrs. 1. C Waterman... Mers. C. U. KichurJs A: Co.
Til E O . II . DA VIES,
(Late JaniuH, Green If Co.)
Importer and (nniuiUdon Merchant,
LLOYDS? it TIIE LlfERPOOI. U.lERirRlTE.RS,
HORTHERy AsSUHAX C E COM PA .V I', and
URITISH te EOREIUX MJRIXE lysiiRAfitVE CO.
Firo Troof ISuiMiugs, Kaahmnauu an.1 Queeu Streets.
ALEX. J. CAUTWItllillT.
remmlsdon Mrrthant and (.rnrral shipping Ajrent,
6S0 Honolulu. Unbu. ly
II. IIACKFELI) &. CO.
Cenrral iomuiisdun Agents,
ED. IIOFFSCIILfAEUER A. CO.,
Importers and (oiiinilvdon Merchants,
Coruer of Fort uuil Merrhaul Street..
Dralrr In bcurral Mrrthandir,
Wf.O, .jmuii....SIii. supplied with recruits at the shortest
notice, on reasonable terms. Hills of exchange wauled.
;eorc;e v. iiowk.
Dralrr In Kedajud, .ui'tlturt LuniU,r, Shingles,
Door, Soh, Iilinilx, JVuilx, r aiutt, 3(C.
At his Old Stand, Ftsn Street, on the Kaplawnde. 693 ly
C. H. Lawaas. J. C. DlCltsoS.
Dealers In Lnmber and Itnildi ng Materials
A. St'HAEFER & CO.
19t ly HAW. ISLANDS.
AFONU Ai ACHCC:k.
Importers. Wholesale and Krtail Dealers In General
Mfrrhatidie and (liiiier I uuds.
I Mer ibe Public liall.
EI WIN JONES,
Croter and Ship thauIrr,
L All A IN A, MAI I
Money and Recruits furoi.hol to Ships oo Favorable Terms.
E. O. HALL Si. SOy,
l)p),fr, , IlaruHaT, I)ry
, taimf, 0,u. and UtHtml MtrtkandUe.
511 Corner Frt and Kin Ms.
1 - . -
foiamlsdon Mrrrliaut a;id Cenrral A?ent,
A rent for the I'aukaa and Ainannlu Supar Plantations Im-
j porter of Teas and other Chinese and foreign Uoods
and whoWale dealer in Hawauan rruce,
- New Stoue Store. Nuunuu belovr Klutf.
M. S. Cltl.MIACM A. COH
j Importers and Wholesale Dealers
( luthing. Hats, Caps, Uoot s and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior furnishing Goods
Stre formerly ore j pied by W. A.AI.Iricb,
SM Maker' Klock, turen .. ly
TIIE NE W S I A I E R Kl'OKOA,
Pnblislird Mrrkly In the Hawaiian Lanirnazr.
It has the forest circulation ia the croup and Is read both
by llawaiians and Foreigners. Price J! a year In ad-
Vance. Advertisements uanlalel 1 110 iiawa
liau fr-e f churee. Oftii-e in South
Corner of ilor's Home.
C. I. RICHARDS A. CO..
Chandlers aud Commission Jlrrrhants, and
Dralrrkin Crurral Merrhandisr,
Keep constantly on hand a fulla.ortmenl it merchandise, for
the supply of Whalen. and Merchant vessels.
Ship Chandler, Dralrr in Cenrral Merchandise, Island
Produce, c, and Commission Merchant.
Iliran's Ray. Hilo. S. I..
Will keep constantly n haml an extensive assortment of every
desoriplion of F""ds required by shiS and others.
The highest price ttiven lor Island Pniduce.
tt Money advauivd lor llills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
UISIIOP A. CO.. Haiihera.
Offirr, In the east corner of Maker's Clock,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Drsw Bills ef Exchan-. on
The Uask or CALiroasiA. - San Francisco
Messrs 4aissti 1 . MisTras jt Co., New York.
" Las w WALl.ua, - - New York,
Tsksoxt NatioXal IIavk. - - Ro.b.n.
OkikstaI. Haxk CoapoKATiov. . London.
Will receive dt posits, licuul first-class business paper, and
attend to eolleetine. etc. 6 U ly
I. N. FLITNER.
Continues his old bn.iness in the fireproof buildinr,
Cronometers rated ty observations of the sun and star
wilh a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention siveoto
fine watch repiirinr. Sextant and quadrant
glas.es silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly uii
&0 Land and for sale. ly
l)K. J. MUTT SMITH.
Office corner of Fori ami Hotel Slreew .
E. HOFFMANN. M.I.
Pludrian and Ssrsron.
I Ctoaer Sl.TchanlaiurKaahuniaou sts., near I'ostollice. 5S0 ly
; A. C. BCFFCM. M. I.,
; PSi5.lrian and Snrgron,
' OlCce anl KeiW-ce, AUlrich House, Fort street. 674 ly
Phisiiian, Snrseun and Arronrhrar.
Fort St, cuwit: C. E. Willuuus' Furniture M'arvrooiii.
JOHN S. McfiRKW, M. D..
Phisirian aud Snreon.
OlCce Over Or. K. Ilolliiiann Imc So.re, corner of Kaaha
manu anil Mrreliaitt Sts , ousite the lost Ortic-e.
KKSiDKNCk CkaintH St., bftwrrn A atom a HJ t'url Sts.
Orries Hoi as Froui S to 10 A. !., ami fruiu 3 to 6 1. M.
A. F. J COD.
Attorney and i'oanrllor at Law,
Corner or Fort aoU Merchant Streets. 684 ly
JOHN II. FAT V.
Honolulu, II. I. Office at the Hank of Ilishop Co. 60S 6m
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Oiflte on Queen tlrer-t, vpwsite the Court House, up stairs,
Attorney at Law and Laud Ageut.
Will eactife in all the Courts or the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai. Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either uf tliuse Islands ou
O'lire oj'pfisile the Cuurt House, on Queen Hrett.
, W. N. I.ADI),
Importer and Healer in Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics'
Tools, and Agricultural Implements
680 Foil SI reel. VT
A. S. CI.EGIIOKN,
Dralrr In Oaeial 3Ierrhaudisr, Fire-proof Store,
Corner Knahuiunau and Urrs Sla
ii.Hsile Mnt'-c's lllock.)
Also. Retail establishment on Nuuanu vtreet, above Kinp.
XT IslaiKl l'roilu:e bought aud sold. Island orders caref ully
attended to COO ly
NEVILLE Ai BARRETT,
Planters and Cenrral Store Krrprrs,
Keopuka, N.r;h Kona, Hawaii, nfcir Kcalakeakua Bay. Island
1'm.luee uouKht. Ships supplied with Wood, Ueef and
Apeut al Honolulu. A. 8. C LEGHORN'. 6M ly
I C. WATERMAN Jt CO.,
Esiecial attention paid to the interests of the Whnhiitr Fleet tty
the furiitauini: of funds, purcliase and fate of KxshaitKe, Oil,
Uoue, General Merchandise, an.1 the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlasd, Jb. it Co., New Bedford
W. O. K. l'oru, Ksq., do.
J. C. MtHKiLL Co , Sun Francisco.
sukrsas etc. - a. r. cautkk.
C. BBPU'EIt Ai CO.
Commission and Shipping .Merrliants,
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
Of the notion n ul lioiiolulu Packrl bine.
For the Maker, Vuilnuu IIuuu lMn ututiona
Co.-the Purchn-cuttil Sale of I.lnuil Frorfuce
Joas M. Hood, Esq., New York.
Cbas. IlKtwKU, & Co. I Boston.
J ASKS IIl'SMCWKLL, F.SI.
R. It. fWAlS & CO. I
Chit Wolcott llauou Esq. ......San Francisco.
! C. FR ED'K FFLCGER.
! Dealer lo Staple and Fancy Dry Coeds, Men's floth-
I ing, Hoots and Shoes, and Yankee .Notions,
' Store on Fort Street, enrly oppoallc Mea.ra.
1 67S voniloll As lK-uck. ly
! In(ern:i(ion;il I!o(cl and Restaurant
: yJA. THIS I'OI't'buT IIOI'SE H AS ItEEN
. l'"'1 entirely rt-nnvateil, ami is now under ihe management of
I aVUIfc.Mlt. SINGKR, whose Innif erieiui! iu tho business
t will enable him to nlteitd to the wauls of his patrons iuiim
! n4l elU -ieiit manner.
: Board, $5 pf r week I Rooms, $1 50 per week
MEALS FROM 7 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
j f.lS Sin A. SIXOKR, Proprietor.
illlOIV WOUKS CO.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills,
"Wrought and Cast Iron Kettles,
afta N HAND AND MADK
ro ORDER. OF
J the best material and workmanship
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Iron Shaft in;.
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, Gauge Cocks,
Steam Gauges, and nj'-ctors,
Pipiiut Ellvnws, Tees,
. IuUia Rubber Packing,
ALL KINDS OF
Brass Work Neatly Executed.
Best Rar Iron and Cuinbrrland Coal
On h'tml tun fur s'Oe ut buce.st mark et jiriees.
Overshot, Breast, Turbine, Centre Discharge
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
AY A T K It W II E 12 fa S ,
Made of either Iron or Wood, calculations for which will he
matte on receivinp Ihe particulars of volume, h-ad, and fall of
water 'tt any desired locality. On of our Centre Discharge.
W heels may be seen at the Kmeohe Plantation, where it is in
full Ulceration giving entire satisfaction.
wiivdi 11 ris5s
Of all Sizes and Descriptions, with Pumps,
Made aud ada)tcd to any place required.
WOOL. PULTJ, COTTON & OIL PRESSES,
Made of any size and strength,
Combining all the latest improvements, and composed of the
best mMerials. One of our Wool presses is jrivini; entire satis
laction n the extensive ranch of the M'-sstj. J. F Sinclair,
Island of NiiLau. who may be consulted wilh regard to par
ticulars 6J0 3m
And Other Musical Instruments,
TCNED AND REPAIRED
T.Y CHARLES DERBY AT THE THEATER.
Lessons Civen on Pinuo and t.uitar.
Best of references piven. 607 ly
N HAND A XI) FOR SALE. TIIE PLV.
mouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes.
II. M. WHITNEY
COPYING PRESS TABLES.
OFVARIOCS SIZES AND It EST MAKE,
Letter Press Books, brushes.
Oil Sheets, Wotting Paper, e., c.
5.6 For Sale by II. M. WHITNEY
UNITED STATES IIONDS OF INDEBT
EDNESS, (5 'JO's or any other class or bonds.)
Cashed al the hijhesi rales.
611 II. M. WHITNEY.
V lltlil A Jl XV K i a II X ,
Foot of Nnnann Strrrt, oppositr Seelkeas Tin shop,
IS NOW FKF.PAKEU
all kin.is t f Bucksmiiliinir.
K-iir on Cartwgi-s, WaS'W, Carts, KC, will r-
eeive r mt attentiuo. 62 1 Sin
Uoot and Shoe Makrrs and Dealers in Leather and
Shoe 1 ludings,
rrbk.') 7-fti. hr. .Vtiiomu ufd .V-iNO'e!
jrS l XT Ord or from the euuiitry solicited and promptly
VattetitleJ to on the most reasonable leruis. 6S4 ly
G. w. nort6n Co.,
COOPi:$ AI sAll(.ERS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
Honolulu. II. I.
ROBERT NEWCOMB & CO.,
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
Plaiu and Ornauienlal 11 incline executed at short
notice and reasonable terms. ly
F. ES. A: Ca.SiCtvEr.Kl.,
Tinsmiths and Plumbers,
yuuanu Street, near tke Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPK
always on hand. Jobbing of all kiuds attended to, 612 ly
S. 1. IVOI1EA,
PAIlTTEn & PAPER HANGEB
CAN BE FOUND AT TIIE
Shop on HOTEL STREET, near th
renidence of Ir. Wood.
AH wtrk entrusted to Mr. N0HEA will
I done with neatness and dispatch, and
at the lowest rates. 606 ly
JAS A. RUISDICIC,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continues the business
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All wora- done with care, aud orders promptly attended to.
599 Cbarcrs Modkrats. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Sf!l Kin? Street, Opposite the Krthel.
' W. Honolulu, II. I. 620 ly
J. H. WICKE,
C A R 1 IV 12 T M AKEK,
ALAKEA STKKRT BKL0W TBS THKATKE.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 621 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
COOPKU A IV I Ce A TLT (a 12 15,
As . ur OIl Stn.rf,
Corner of King and Betnel Streets.
A large Stock or OIL. SIIOoKS and all kinds of Coop
ering Material constant; on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance of
the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which he
now returns his thanks. 61S 6m
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of nil De
scriptions. PLANING. SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldlupj of all kinds constantly on Hand.
HONOLULU SOAP W0EKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
riMIE PROPRIETOR OF TIIE ABOVE
M Works is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in K-cneral. with the best quality Y EI.TL.O W SOA P.
SOFT SOAP nlwuyw ou bund.
Tub Hichkst Prick faid for SoAr Grkakk. 595 ly
Catholic Church Premises, Honolulu,
tr, IIAVI.Xt; L.tTF.LY RETURN-
IP? EI fitu San rancisco
Uilh a Kcw Stork of Materials,
He ia jrrjxiretl to Ticjiir
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
613 With promptness and dispatch. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Furnllire
Of Every Description.
Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite R. D. Morgan's
Family Marl.et; Workshop at the old stand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. P. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 683-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the
Drug Store of J. Mott Smith tf Co. 586 ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD KI
pectfully inform the public that be is prepared In cast
and finish all kinds of brass and coniposiUon work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose coo pimps of the following.
i, i. 1, 1, 2 and 2. Also, oil cui.s and gauge cacka.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
ly Kins' street.
.i. i. iii:-iu:s,
I M PO RT E R & MANU FA C-
All KINDS of SADDLERY."
Carriage Tritnrniny hone tcitli Xeatnests and Dis
jxitch. All Unhrs promptly attended lo.
Corner of Fort nod Hotel Streela, Honolulu.
K . LETT,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Hotel St.. Honolulu.
It , XV. AiDKUW$,
Furt Street, opitositc Odd I-tllorcs' Hall, Honolulu,
Continues in the business of repairing many articles
of household use. Locks, Guns, Sewing Machines, Ac,
and will construct Models and small Tools, and make .
Drafts of M-hinery to order. 606 ly
I " T
! HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
By WILLIAM II. IIUDDY, at Leleo.
HAVING RECEIVED A LA RGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the txt Yellow, 12 row u imd
White SOA1. ALSO
r-ioirrr vtvi oil. hoap,
Tew Oj w-r w m m oil nniinlill abv tv a ia f
j a 9t f vi ouioii uui.nn.o K-r ruiv
; P. S. Seap grease always wanted. 600 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
! R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
! NL'UANL' STREET.
IJII.OT. MEDIUM AND XAVV BREAD,
always on hand aud made to order.
Also, Wafer. .SoffVi ani Butler Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES, tc
SHIP BREAD REItAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made or the Best Floor, baked daily and
always on band.
If. B.BROiry BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
PnysoBi's Indelible Ink.
FOR MARKING LINEN. TO BE USED
without any preimratinn the best marking ink in use.
For sale by 514 lm It. M. WHITFEY.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TIME UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the al-ove Cuuany, are prepared
to insure risks apainut Fire on Stone and Prick Buihlings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the olBce of
F. A. SCII A E'ER A- CO.
nono.ulu, Slty 4. 1S63. 6S4 ly
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
National Insurance Company,
OI -sin Frauolsoo, '
Oflice, No. 408 Montgomery Street, uear California.
MARINE INSURANCE upon Hulla. Car
goes, Treasure, Commissions, Prouts, ami other auloects
of Marine Insurance, tc- and from all ports li the a or id, iulaiul
MARINE RISKS on Coasters. Abo, on Freiyht, Cargo, C ,
to and frta all inter-iland orta insured arainat.
FIRE INSL'K A NCK uhi Buikliiii.'s, Merchandise, Furnitn.-e.
Rent. Vessels in Port and their Cargoes, aud other InsuraMa
ciriTAL, (riiu rr) oxe million dollaus.
Losses promptly atljcstrd mid paid la rnlted States
WILLIAM PIKRCR. ....... President.""
1. W. C. THOMPSON, ..... Vice-President.
W. W. WIGGINS, Secretary.
AMOS SOYES, Marin Officer.
ALBERT DIBRLKK. Chairman. JOS. A. PONOIIOR. R. O.
SNKATII. JOHN Q. BRAY. ABRAM BLOCK.' '
N. R. Particula!- attention to Fire Insurance, ou Dwellings,
Churches, Furniture, Ac
C. BREWER Si Co.. Affeals,
605 6m " . Honolulu. -
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San. Francisco, California. .
Cash Capital, ... - $1,000,000.
11. H. BIQKLOW,
A. J. RALSTON...
c. a. la ton ,
...... . ...General Agent.
....... ...2. ...Secretary.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED. TIIE AUTIIOR
ized A rents of this company are prepared to iusurv risks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits!
In Vessels either in the Foreign or Inter-Ialnnl
Trade. Will issue
Fire and Marine Time Policies
Covering risks on Public Buildings, Store. P well is Houses,
Furniture, and Uoods in store, and on Hulls of Vessels not
rating lower than A. 2. - ' , ;
Losses promptly adjusted and paid in JJ.- &
N. B. Policies furnished at once without the delay of for
warding applications to San Francisco.
F.vr rates of premium and particular apply to
674 ly BISHOP It Co. Agent.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND KDINIIURC.il.
ESTABLISHED, 1809. -
Cta - ................. w'. . . . . .mtm vsw,wv
Accumulated and luveated Fund, 2,510,130
riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
11. POINTED AO EN TS lor the Sandwich Islands, and arc
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
ami Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Coals, Shivs in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. 617 lyl ED. HJFFaCHLAEQKR & CO.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rfMiE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BERN
M appointed agents for the San Francisco Board of Under
The California Insurance Company,
The Merchants Mutual Marine Insurance,
The Pacific Insurance Company,
The California Lloyd, and
The Home Mutual Insurance Company,
Beg leave to inform M.vsters of Vessels and the public gener
ally that all losses sustained on VESSELS and CARGOES,
insured by either of the above Companies against perils of tna
seas and other risks, at or near the Sandwich Islands, will havw
to be verified by them.
617 3m II. nACKFELD k Co.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or San T anelseo.
TV HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
apointed atrenls for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES OX
CARGOES, FREIGHT and TREASURE.
690 ly WALKER ft ALLEN.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF TIIE
above Company, have been authorised to insure risks oa9
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
by COASTERS from Uouolulu to all porta of the Hawaiian
Group, and vies versa.
57 ly II. nACKFELD 4 CO.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
IHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Agents for the above company, besr leave La
nionn me me puuiic, iuai nicy are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of lb
II HACKFELD ft CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1362. - 671 ly
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMFY
'Ill E UNDERSIGNED. A GENT FOR TIIE
JL above Company, has recently received ins'ructions to re
dure tlie Kale of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and is now prepared to iasnn poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Risks taken on Buildings Machinery, Ac. on Sugar Plant,
tions. TUEO. H. PA VIES,
WOOD & Co.,
KING STREET. HONOLULU. 581 ly
HONOLULU, II. I.,
King Street, opposite the Bethel. 693 ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. BOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
4rC., furnished to order. 614 ly
Coolie and Extra.
For Saie in quantities to suit by A. 8. CLEGnORN,
586 ly Agent Honolula Rice Mill. .
Sole a id Saddle Leather, and Tanned Goat Skins.
For Sale by
555 ly A. 9. CLKGII0RN, Agent Waimea, Tannery ..
II. L. Chase's Photographic Gallery !
IS NOW OPEN AND PREPARED TO
take PHOTOGRAPHS of any sire in the Bur Sttli aid
os the Most U.a.so.;blb Tebus.
i cui'iiu amj EiLARUI.G done in the
For Sale Cards of the Hawaiian Kings, Queens, Chiefs and
other notable persons.
Also A full assortment of LARGE AND SMALL
FR A M EN, For Sale at Low Prices.
6S2 ly H. , CHASE.
Constantly on Hand. '
nplIAT INVALUABLE. DURABLE, FLEXu
ible. preserving, anti corrosive
For Coolers, Boilers, Roofs, Steam Engines, Cast Plows, nooses,
Fences, Schooners, Steamers,
AND ALL OTHER IRON or WOODWORK.
6116m - For Sale by C. BREWER Csw
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