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injWy met At the maal boor. Hut IHghne-s if.
yf j VToOkl prtacnteJ petition from Iluno-u.t-iat
th I J. ftSe-I bj jrtitionera.
! Ex. CL J Vrigny irwntel to the Hoaw the
(Brr9.p00.Ience relative to the Iteclprocltj Treatj,
n w be oo the Secretary Utle fcr the use tf
Mr- "Caibet"1' 8 notice of a bill to Renl ctia
Kof Cil CoJe. rT-ig to the vemllnff cf twa.
Mr. IW intwIaceJ a renulatloo Akuig f.r S-IO.
ftO tr A nmaaUin roeJ froo IIUw to WaimeA, II-
Jlr. PhUUpe rl C' the first time a bill to f icilt
AltlUiwUcriiBliUklpnjeoA B 01 paieU to iU
JIf. X r. tntroilaeeil a rcnutatinn Ak'mr the
!ai"r of the lAterir to rvfort to the ArtuWj.
lAt unmint f pi9t2 pAt-I by the 'liferent depart,
ptnta to the GnTl P.t Ofiioe.
OA nctioo, tJ U rn (io Committee cf the Whole)
. - .i..T .. t. v: .
MCteh! i ulv nftti v un u.j wu mo aeciKtn
of A R1I lo ivottr3p oren Alertm nAvigation.
X.. X T. Ji I am1 t'a wt he htj not fiaialil his
aarSur of ywtrfrLiy, but woo 1 yiM t!e fl.jor to
WT on wial to spevk in ftvor of subm-Iy.
Mr. KMWhaoAhAlA enull not Ae with Mr. Ju.M
jo k ilA that the bill tw A one-eiilol Afl.ir, as he
ooiii m oiini oat of the wiy in iu cutistruvtiou.
i Sir lite atLy of 'AO) n the prt of the 11
rwnA IwjvArniueAt in Ai l to the pnpuserf line of
fsaitm betwn here An. I $n Franewoo, the Oot
jmnptrt wj"u!iI aore (b.rn get their tuoiMsy LmcIc in a
Kur: time by the increase in trt le, Sit , nj in thU
fur beocAt the whole community &oI the Govern
Mtt;th.t poor people particuUrly woull be very
nd benrHteiL Thai ttntm wooM ran off the jMilinx
ft. he coalil not an.lertan !. aa the iVdita had
twa retrain tr.aie time atovg thew LLrl4, And
pt the eoanters have Dot lecreiueJ or been injured ;
a the tontntry, they tkte inreMel, AXkl have DMjre
rpiiijntAt thn bere the A'tiM' nrritnl he:-.
Iit liie proeperity Ih'u conolry wae tbroah foreign
diieiWM, ao.1 the mure aach inllaenceA were eneur.
ipl tlie Utr we wouLl pre grew with the rat of
Jkr. H.pn thought the Arsjnroent broaht f.rwanl
rnttrUj by the Attorney nerI in Al I rTthss bill.
srt tlie sajne M thame a.i lreaoe.1 by him to the Com-
feiUee on Commerce. While he th'ught steam won Id
it btseticial to the eoontry, he did not think that
&M Government was able to give Awvy ."ji).s
Rseapitd of this steam eocpany was 8 lO.INai.tani.
tail the income of this Government is only fcTmi.M)
lr two years, about r.n-6-urteentU of the capital of
(Mamp.-tnj. He waaImI to know if the M Alters
SMirviI the poor man to kitp tlie rich, or tlie area 4- to
npport the tfr, as in this inst nce? The benefits
accrue to as from this line were Already se.ru red
S-rtb Atu&ritmn (ioitrioirnt f r ten Years, and he
1 f saud a mem any reaaon U,r pitying out .'yi.taai ad
i f AiJonat when we would receive nothing in return for
A m aw vpiomo, no Durv nenriiu unn wo now
Wve wouil come by this extra outlay. He thought
&t Government bud better tike care of itself in the
taj of rtxols ami internal improvements, before it
latud its neighbor. If we were well supportej
with mails. &c. and could get our prt ' see to market
eauawrce would come here, but as it U now we have '
Mtliing Cr them to take. '
Str. Jkoukanu, after some remarks la defining his
auou an the question at issue, ami the arguments t
Aoaght Le and against the bill, tasl that be fa v ore I
ttbUl. aa it was a very good one. And on its face ,
Awnd great sttady arwl consideration. As to the ;
tmarks of the member from South Koua, (.V. F.
iiklil,) he was cppoaasl to them, as the member did
tea Ouoatry. .Is for the Chinese petitioners, they 1
were very naturally opposed to steaun, being intcr
ttted ia sailing vessrh.
Mr. Rhode agree-1 to a certain extent with the
ember from South Kona. The bill was incomplete,
11 aiuceptiUe to great amenlments. The question
fcrtae House to consider was whether tlie alvau
MPS te be receivrl by the steam hue were alcquate
to toe snvment of the subsidy of g.'M It was a
Well known fa.rt all over t be world that wherever
sMia Hues were introduce! it was conducive to prosw
paritj in the greatest degree, and Large subsidies
vr at the present diy given to steam lines iu order
bpap the stiaiulus which these Lues give to
tn mit eom.au9iiMtion and commerce ; And through
&s (nquent communication eountriea become more
Wi rvi itel to each, other, and their friendship
(pe ftiTAgr and ttrongrr. As for ourseIva, with
tint tteaui lute, we can get rid of lhee productions
ttuca aiembers from Mioi ami Hawaii wished ports
featry open for ; but it wis not fjunl espelient
lrtWe Ibiose to open those ports. We now have
lbs means by which the people can re ollly tILs(sxe of
fiwir prluctKiis ; the means are here nht at their
jnrs viii the present tine of steamers at Honolulu,
wUicb wul be a great benent to all thoee in the out
wie Oistpctsf 3M for a ron.1 from Hilo to Wai
ves aa l $25,0ix f,,t a rotvl over the l'ali, was not
Bis e.y to bnelU the people?, as there was no tratft
wer titoer of these pt.aces, and tlie commerce of tbs j
Wttatrydid not require it. Steim was what thee
a meacA by whkb every man in the cuuny
rj would be benea:eL The sum of So.' to re- 1
Par the nrn.1 im ka PIT if a r rn. le-1 t.r this I
Waa .IU.i.i- 1. ... J : 1.:- ,...:nL. I
V: r1' w rw'
otolA. WUUilsV aer prVIUW VUV aVCj Va ru II
ors, ar even a bunch of bananas, and would not in
ftt Is wt ia crense commerce. From the Wpnrtment
w w irwshavo almviy s ivel some $'2 ,. Tlie
Mia tur the in.:reaie of the Water Works. Govern
atfices. Font tmice. ic. is a large sum a 1 l'J
W. Ej taming cat lhn buiMiogi and appropriat
B k. wifl the sum already ankeJ tut nauls, '
"iaUtae runU and bmlgea we rej,uire for the
and besiiies that, be able to subsidize an
Jir inurnUnd steamer proviiled the merchants
wduaiautoj wuUi put en one. With the two steam
il ths Cal.lornU line, we ctuld cert-unly get rid
" tar pnducturtia) very easaily. An.1 if careful of
r mJ requtreil fbr public buildings, we could
nopriia, th, luabora ( lMu, Uonomalino, KohaU.
ke The increase of taxes in support of this
linii wiji on th)g wrnUhj if anyboly. ami the poor
bt cxclalst Wines ami spirits, which d.n't
r the Atitive at All, will be taxel by duties.
tb-ua communication the whrde of the poorer
7 WlJl be benefitted as everything will be to
oca cheaper. The Government has taken burdens
if so aid and f stsr the sugar growers, and
"TenlturUts gnerI!j , and this aal to the steam
"n Wa "ere!y a itij plement.irj act, for the benefit
IL Ri-g irding the retitan from the citizens of
"'ooiura. they were ail more or less interested and
oy tLis line tome would benefit trr.iu it and
a"r woull mt. This evil w aa alrea-ly njwn the
mniumtj. and eould m.t be stayeI. And the best
fx the people to fl was to embrace the f acili
0eni by the ttram line and thus secure for
aTYM every alvantage. lie was among the
who would be a loser by the establishment of
b-n" kut willing to lose his mile for the
n3tof th mase. The speaker eoncurrol with
a ' Martin said he was sorry to hear the tUtc
j nade by Mr. Koakiao. Puring the first part
le rT1 h wmftt oy money wasteil out-
Wd i 0WB Ii,,tricta bet this morning be has
oet it ' euDt'toenry Altoiretker, And now a.1
mlL t5 xPo'l'tures. The speaker was op
ItK. , tb. M he coall not tee the Advantage
tart ariK hj the nti"1 " r pen,i
tL. wofl'y. as they do not even receive em
Ai tW these t'rs. As far as he could
huartl W 14 matter of gift, including the
miZT? M( thal there was nothing aai.1 of what
-7.'im bck to us. The benefits tpoken or Are
V 'pposition- iie WM ,tnn jfy oppose.1 to the
Aa uAOersUnit the btU tally, snl be w is not sur- ywir mu r'-r0" " J-' - -"7 , , - ... '
wsj-1 At his error in Amain Airvln-st the tubsLlr. ' no lrticuUr letnng on the questn.n nliether , does Any one mean to tsy that our poor King. loin can
we should employ them or not. The real ftct was -Oord a drain of thU to .be sent out of the
it U. petiiTi. from Homdulu, Tppostng the subsidy, ( hrt to have a spec al lme of steamers come to these , country ? Our cah is our life bI.L Pram away
ittuirtiito twave na weight, as tlie bulk of the peti- I Wn.l. "y pernsoi ciu- ; um 'J"" "-' )
Unei vera 3essi..ni.ls and were traitors in their eatwn ; it w.,01 1 neip civuiz-.tion ; ami me question our wu e..t. ouw " n"jr .
tilTf 1 AMn.M1 A 1 . 1
v "uTu iuo members not to Tote rr it
it.re they ba-I eruiJered it jcracly And wclL
Mr. KonVana replie.1 At tome length in nrbultinir
the ttatement mvle by Mr. .Urtin in regard to him!
1 ending discussion, the .Lscrully Adjourned.
TniTT-rrr5Tn 1at, May SO.
Amembly met At the ujnal hour. His lligLnesd 3L
KekoaneoA in the Chair.
Mr. Hitcbcock presented the report of Cvtntnittee
on Edocatiftn, which was Tery lengthy, toother with
a bill relative to the Hard of Education, And recoin
menljI the fallowing ApproprUtions fr the
BOARD or EIrCAT10.X.
l.jUMnalima ttmumrj ........ .............. 1"
MVKiuiaaol Ki.L.b Hen-mi
ioTrTDnr-:,l CnmuMi HrhoaM. ...........
fritMng lichonl l.k '
Hiainmrry aixi loi-tlfklala. ................ i...
-New icboul llotws
llmlowojr l jrJx.Ur (Ran CoUrge.. ......... "..
Inb-rral oo !Vfcx4 onJ " .
r . . . a .
u prrseni eouM not rm.toracn.t anjr approprut-
' me i.-iormaiory rs:iuxl. in liaotiou ol 3Ir.
Wil ler, bill and report .rlt-re.I to b trliti.l
On motion of Mr Knu-Lten. rules uf.n.l..d thit
im'Xui prrar-ni a p-iiiion iroln a DUIUIr O
ieilents in Honolulu, praying that the euti
before tle Hcje. in ail of the new stetM
i'eUtuou tabled till t he consideration of the
Committee on Judicary reportcl back a bill to
reooea tb ot5r uf l'iinn.imi.,ii in ...u.i Un,
And rectmiioendi-d the imiefinite tpoiieinent of the
raine. un motion ol Mr. .Maheioua, report Uid ou the
Mr. Hitchcock introduced a resolution as.ing to
be excused from tbe Judiciary Committee. lU.lu-
tion Ailiptel, aikI A- F. Ju Id was ar-po utel to nil
the vacanry. Assembly A-ljounicL
TiiiBTT-iioimi Hit, June 1.
Asscrmbly met At the umal hour, rreudent Keku-
Anao in the chair
Nnreral petitions were read And referred: from
Kao.'that government lands be made free; from
North Kona, that Kailua be ma-le a port of entry ;
t rr ' . ?. , , , ,
from Ilamakua, tuat me-Iicincs be provided for tLe
people of thru district ; from Honolulu, for new nni-
form for the Hulumanu troops ; that native doctors
be licensed ; for further appropriation for the harbor
... . , ... . ... ... .
of HonDnuU.no. Ham.kuA ; that II Majesty appo.nt
A successor ; Against the law maintaining suits con-
trieted in public lrttes ; that Aeaort of taxes b
reiuirel to deliver receipts to thoee exempt from
Mr. Hitchcock offered resolution to limit the thne
oceupie-l by speakers on the subsidy bill to twenty
minutes. After amerulment, the reaolutiou p.eL
Kesol ii tions were iniro.luce.1 to Appropriate Sl't
for the rI between Kaanapali and Waihee, Mini,
and ')') ttr the pati road at Kalaupapi, MolokL
I tri notion, the lluiw lookup theorler of the day,
whieK wjs the afeidy bid.
31 r. I.Ton.4 sail t!--re h vl boon a gor-I deal of spe-
eial p!eadinir on both si frs tf this question, and a
go.nl deal of " rubbish ou it which ought to l
cleired away. - It was cuipUiitel that certain parties
had private intercuts in the matter. They bad a 1 packets, we stwuM be At the mercy or An unccntroll
right to look after their own interests, and the Gov- J Able monopoly. The supporters of subsidy admit
erumrnt should take tiie opinions of interested per- that lite packets will be run oil! Vt'e cannot of course j
sons into account as well as others. If tlie people as : contract with any company and dictate terms to i
a mass were against a me-isure, even previously to ' them for a longer period than wo propose to benefit ;
bein worked upon by " demagogues," that fact ' them two years. What will lie the result at the end :
should be considered. When improvements, such as I of that period? Our packet lines will all have lieen !
new machinery, crme in opposed to old interests, the run off. Our steam line will have passed from under
ordinary course of trade, and not government inter- I All our controlling power, an 1 backed by a capital of
ference, should make the ch-wigr. There was just so ; ten millions they will bid defiinee to us an 1 our in- :
much money in the treasury ; the only question was
bow best to lay it out. and whether to incur an ad li- (
tunal JeOl or not me vaunie4 Ojnutn license OI ine .
Attorney General, worth SlU.'fiU. had nothing to do '
with the subsidy question. The prospect of aniiexa- j
tion had nothing to do with this, which was a flnan-
cUl question. The iiulu1t of whaleships which came j
to this irt was a fixel quantity, so neither increased i
nor diminished by our action in this case. Tliat the :
very pressing mbv : for providing for the lejr h s- ;
pitals ; for the common sclm-K which now were only
I.t.l iLrre. t,r four nioiitlis in the Year : for our
wretched rends, which disgusted every prospective ,
settler ; for our lack of lighthouses, and f .r one item,
the repair of devasUtion in Kau. AH these things '
male our case a leeuliar one. As to competition
with other p.rts, this bo-l reference to the great thor- ;
oughfares of the een, and as there wns no other '.
,e w.tl.'.n too tixiu unl milts, we had to make no
especial provision in that liue. Of the several trans- !
oceaoic lines in prospect, some would certainly ttuth
Lcrc. The piwnt line would be kept up any way to .
connect with a line from I'wiain to Hongkong via
Honolulu. .violSJjSilies iu rauwajs aift fihiuihih
wo,.i,i tja. tu;it up any war, and be did not believe in '
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In to-iay's p-iis-r was the stvte-
helping them on.
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ment tint ine t iimni nroniers uwi tirore't tj, n
ruiin.iieTfeinrniiii Government subsidies. He .
oitsl the sulisi ly, first, because we had esjieci tl ;
.1!..:.-. t .-..r. ;,. i.tl.er tlim tions. and. 1
UlttiC. VM. V r. j J " ,
second, becvuse the rap: lly incn-aaing trade of gre-it J
nations would btics stcaui to our owu doors iu any
Mr. Varigny followcl, in favor of the subsidy, ttat- ,
i,.t ih. l. ill (11,1 nt reouii-e a coutract with any 1
company, but ulhoriz-l the Government to nuke a j
contract an't ue uoa 11 vuuu jouow nwi r 1 t-i 10 1
line between here and Tahiti would be established.
As f.r annexation, be thought there was no more
eluince of annexing this group to the United States
than of annexing the Uuited States to England. He
diil not believe there were twenty annexationists In
if ii l k'rl.ianaon sa d whatever was an iro-
If II M
provetuent he went io for, and favore-l sulisi lizing this
steam line to Sin Francisco, as it originated with lbs
Majesty. And was a wie measure. Ho urged the
Representatives to vote f r subai ly, but not before
.I..L I...I -il nsLlere.l the sub'sxt. an 1 bal maile
Mr. C. II. Ju-ll sail that the Arguments on the
..il.t-e ,! oere laascd Uln the Hea that we were
without steam communication, and would not have it (
nnlese we r-vsl this sulr-idy of '.. He Ask.xl
the Ministers if thU Sol ,". was not to procure eight )
i t.; ra m tnr for two vears '
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Mr. Varigny rrpHH-lw. and io Ko. s . ,
III the HUS I 'I'lurill OI lue auun ui ,
far as this line as conccriacJ. ......
Mr Juld then n.ke-l .Mr. v.. wnai u mmniB
fcli through its contract aith the Uuited .Sutis Gov- j
ernment r ...... , .
Mr. Varigny replied by taring that they could ml ,
fall back upon the Company, but they coull upon
their bondsmen. ....... I
Mr. JuH went on to state that if this Company ,
were to break through their contract, that it wouU ;
injure ns to a very great d. gree, as then our packets
woull be run o3, .o d it would be a step ba.-kw.rd
for the nation -it would be some time Udore we
could get our abte packet lines again estal lishe-L lie
TZJl subs dy iroogty. We already had team
communication for ten 3rs as this ompany ha.1
i - .atra.-i with the I nited States (.or- .
ernment for the fAithful j-.-rformanc of the fi r .
that time it might be will, one stoamer.Aud perhai ,
wore. ... . ... -,.i c.-tM, t,,i r.f- :
l, lf.itrhiaon SAI.1 mat inc a, -a -
lUtCniSOn SMi "- t 1
...t.sLlw of T5 a ver for ten years, aud t
sterVba.1 o contract with the Unitel :
.ori.1 atrreemeot w ith the Fust !
ferel a s
States, but merely a verbal agreemeo
"Tc'tjZ-l deny the ttatenient ma.Ie by Mr. j
"M'w'lerreail . extract from . dh from
Mr C C Harris, date.1 Washington. Ju.y IN'., j
rf -l.'he srite-l that " the Hollailay line ha.l bid
nS.1 wanted to know if that was d I plain
been ruaJe w
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WW t-IHiii m ww irii a a 1JI LUini'l . . ISJa- a a a aa- a 1 aaw. -.aa.- v m w --'t' " " - s. o a- - j o a 1
Mr. Varigny aaid that he had a dispatch from a i
greater man than Mr. Ilarru- the IVst Macter (ien- !
eral of the United Statr, in which he rt.ite-1 tliit the
Unitel States Government bail vul-r-idizej the China
line with alarjre yeirly subaiily, and that the line
would touch at thtee Lilandd. IU ahkvl where in the i
hoe that was to touch here on their way to China T ;
The Company had promised to touch here, and we
hAd the l'ost Master General's word fur it. j
Mr. Knuden n-.id be thought Mr. H irris word ;
ought to be believed, and the Ministers hud no right
to doubt its Teraeity ; tl-At before the Committee on
Commerce, the Agents, And the special agent, Mr. :
Ib.ll4d.iy, aivurcd the Committee that one te:iiner !
would run for ten year, and the -Ministers try to j
deny that fact. And base their argument on the f ict .
that we will not have steaio communicatiou unless we '
P-y -V),J0l f.,r it, when they know that one otcamcr i
na contracted to run for ten years I
me mm-. . . I
ir. iittchcnek The whole argument of the mn.
j porters of this bid his been based unon the idea flint I
i if e not I" l,,e bill all steam communication will I
, tu ijm u. ts bucii ui. never ine laci :
the contrary, what is the testimony in the rej-ort cf ;
the Committee on Commerce ti this j.i.it ? It was '
sworn to before them, by the airnts of Uie line tliat '
one steamer would run for ten ears. It must be
' Alloweil by the supporters of the bill, the uflinnativc '
"owei t'y tc supporters o: the bill, the ufliniiativc
'n tne ltun, tltai steam o mniunicat:tn is already
! ned fact amongst us, and will contiuuo so to le.
' IJuae we mar not have it in a ttvle counl to the
, UJlUiUS i.I tlie cartli. SUall we go oevond our
me-ans to jurvluse the luxury of a more frequent
' '"rr" eommanication when we Already have it per- .
n we Already iiavc it er
jr state, Mr. Chairman, my
bill and to the t-ropoaed
"oetiijr t woum orieliy state. .Mr. Chairntan, my
' objections to the present
"u''3Mv- . j
j t Ve have a subsidy now proportknatc to our i
1 D.,MI,r If the Honorable M iulen on the ntlii ma- j
j tiTe wltc the trouble to turn to the sesiou laws J
', for bey will there find an unrrld act, in
! "i1 , f " Trans-PaciQc Strain Xaviition." Uy the
! terms of the act wharfage, water rites, a piece of
j Undjo build on, &c. Are guaranteed to the lirt line j
! "teamers who shall arrive here, and f..r the space
of fite years. Wharf Accommod itions h ive btcn ;
i M.gnvsaiy uituv ai me eijx-i.M: I over lo,'C"i, O
j ,ut,w that the Government was in cirniM. Mr. Sjn-ak- ;
; er, Along comes the California. Oreguu and Mexican !
1 S- S- Company, And Ukes the benefit of thU act ; a !
1-enefit which the whole civilized world kcew of, and J
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! anew, moreover, to lc in lair proportion to our means.
! This company started from S in Francisco with thee j
: furts only in view, and, forsooth, when they arrive j
: T? ny bV ln c .y. lw,!Ur',,,ce to r,,r an
'addition of &oVJrt subsidy! It is iJie to talk of
, t,,e grvTlt i,lewin thvy djJn to atu(vt iu etcUnae.
Corporations have no s.iuLa. ciA with this one. it is
. aimply a matter of $-j0,0U0 more ! They care not
. for our people ! lliey care not who are compelled to !
i pay. to long as they obtain their end. j
'. 2-1 - We have no ar?u ranee that the com i. any will
; contract npon the terms of the hill. They have no j
I Agent here who is authorized to do, and it h is
been remarked outside of ibis House, by tlie only i
! Agents of the company, that they did not think the
j "borne company would close a contract on the terms j
proosed. In that case, Mr. aker, I can only say, .
j what is the use of our legislating upon such uucer- i
3d If we pass this bill, we frhall be assisting to
. put An irresjamsible corporation upon a firm hums',
J And. At the end of the two years, having run off tlie
terests, and will charge just such rale fr freight or
passage as they may think we would be compelled to ,
Kve. oiwuu a siraj pacaet uapjien aioup, irvigut ;
would go down, but should there be none, advantage ,
would be taken and freights go up, as has already j
been the case with this same company on the Victoria ,
4th We sIiaII be callcl upon to drain the country :
or 9oiI,iKJU. hard cash, to eilect the oljocts or the
itul of ten millions, esjiejialiy when that cuijaxiy are ,
ging to run itere any way t.-r leu years
otu Uv passing tuis mil we tm-ur a ueot to act like 1
sn incubus upon the country for the epace of 25 years
Twenty-live years Mr. Speaker. The amount of the :
interest, as per bill, will be stlT.Oili)! Amount of,
principal fifty thousand! Sura totnl $117,'Xl!
TTiat Ls to gay that for the space of '23 yean alter our
control over the company shall have censed, this ,
country must still pay for the efJccts of the little brief .
authority of two years !
tlth The affirmative say that we are a junction on
the high road of travel aud trallic of the la;ifi-; a
center of the oce in, and it behooves us not to let this
... . ...n 1-. nh. . ...sa rmm ..lie .Mil. m miiir ...
.., vjj. .....j r--i -
first in the field. Mr. Speaker, if it is true that we
are such a center, I would remind the supporters of
tl. 1.711 ! If ii a 1 ita in nlne-il nfiilnontili V trilit nil
... ... ......... ,....--,...a.
things seek their centers. Centers mcd not be careful
to s ek out attractions. They will naturnlly a
evervthiti towanls theniM-lves Let ws then
. . .
center simply prepare ourselves, by the policy or
pushing forward internal improvements, to welcome
1 nu tne woria 01 me racmj wuo suaii sec us 11s a
Afltr nome desultory rcniarkn from Mr. Koa!:aiiut
Fr gate in quantities to suit by A. P. CI.FillinRX.
jI jy A rent llonololu Rer Mill.
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
Sol? and Saddle Leather, aud Tahurd Curd Skius
For gaie by
ly A. S. CLE'JIIOUX, Ai-at Wainica Tannery
11. L. Claiisc-'s niolopfriipbic Ualit Fj !
A.M PRKIMRKD T
1 take l-HirT'ttiRArtls
f any .ae iu the llrr etVLS Au
us vac io-t It
C'OI'VI.Ma AXI K.VbARUIXC done in the
tt manner. .... . . . ,
f. s, Carl of the llawaoan Kii.;.-. wseeoa. v ntttp anu
... . 1 . .
o, .RF. AXI SMALb
FK A y KJ. For tale at lw I'ru-ea.
II. L. C5IA5K.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
j. LOVE & BROTHERS. Proprietors,
F. Ill I'M A.M XAVV iSRK.tl.
always on lian I and made to ofdr.
le to ofiir.
Muter. < d D-ttrr Cr'trkera.
. I ',
J F.N NY LIN1 CKj. Ac.
SHIP HUK.YO IIKIaKKI on t! shoriest m4ire.
FAMILV KltKAU, made of the liest Floor, taked daily ami
atwas oo haod.
V . II UOffX BREJI OF tUE BEST ftVJLITr.
Inlernotionul r.iid Heslatiranl.
. -rn iv Pfipri.ilT IIOI'SK II AS 1IEF.X
. i. ...ir.l.anJ ia n un.lr the catii-enent of
o : em.reij T...- - - -
UJLmii. MNUr.it. wi.. t;-rijre n. th
?M e U,m u, -..end to the wan,, of lu. ,-a..
.... . . . . i.. . t. .......
rou in the
Board, 5 per week Rooms, 51 ou per wcck
1E A 13 FROM 7
A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
61 S 3m
A. FINfSF.K. ProprMor.
. n "W I'll II l TIIL
1st p.F.n;i r.i' a
tl maoaf-ciurer. L "V Faia.nu. A o.. of N i.a.
A Choice Assortment of GOLD PENS!
Of various pain ma an I a i s. No's 2 0 S inclua.v. .
Iws: anj li.irl iit.
JXP J FEtr BROAD .M I'F.MS, a new art'c!-.
r.ar 5U .1 the D k-St -r f
II. M. WIIir.VF.V.
K. 1, At) 4M.H.
Aortionrrr ami (oraialian Mrrrhanl,
KIRK Picoor jTOKE,
In Kbinaotti lluittlinie. (irm Slrrrl,
f. S- IUKTOW,
!( u (.u - Slrrrl. our
tloor I roiu
TIIK XKWsr.l 1ER KlOKO.t,
rul'Nhr4 ".Vrollj In thr HaHailaa Lanzn.nrf.
It h th hrnt rirraUtlnn in th croup, anil U mtit loth
ly ll4iians n.l Korvicirt-r. Pru- jrciir ( aj
TalM'r. A lrrtiic iii. l.tl tri"ilat?d io' Hawa
iian fr-f ( t-htrcr. Utli' e HiJ?oui)i
61? iwriiirr i'f Milor ll'imr. lr
K. A. SCIl. KFKIt.
DrrJrn RiMrd of 1 ud?rr!trr-.
tii. ut:i i4.
(.rnrral t'nmml-"1nn Mrrthaut,
Iteulrrlu Vlurs. Sidrits Air asd Porter.
&J llonoltila. 1.T
It. F. KIIIiKtt!.
Ihulrr ia Vi Cools S'uVs i.c.,
J. s. wataaa
a. C. 4LLKB
WAMCr.lt Jt Atil.KV.
Sh'pping and ('oiiiinUsion Mrrrbnnt,
IIOSLfLr, 11. I.
MrCOI.UAX i. JOHNSON.
3:i n!jant Tailors
FORT STREET, IIO.VOLUI.U,
CH 0'P"lle ThrJ. O. lleock'a. ly
ALKY. J. (MRTWRICIIT.
femiuldcn .Mrrrhaut snd t;rnrral SUipplug Agrnt,
IVi Honolulu. (I nk a. ly
C. HUE IV Kit Ai CO.
fonmiUvUn and Shipping .Merchants,
Col Hooolulii. Oakti. II. I.
Tit KO. II. II IVIKS,
Ijttf JitninH. Grerit if Co.)
Importer anj foTumlloii Jlerthnut,
LLOYDS' tr THE LII'ERHOOL UX It EM IF R ITERS,
XfttTHEUX .4SStri:.4.t:E COViMM, and
HRiri.sU i, tOHEl,M MJRI.E I.XSURAXCE CO.
rir- Hroof Ituil lina, Knhomm.u ami Quoen StrnHs.
II. II A (Mi I' KtiZ Jk CO.
b'eneral Co"iinilon Agrat.
KI). lIOFFSCHtiAKCKIt dc CO..
Impoitersand C3iiinillcn ?iercliards
Coratrr af Fori Mrrrbaal Sireela.
K. O. II A til &. SOX.
Importers and Healer In Hardware. Dry
Faint, Oils, and (ifntru! McrckanUiMt.
Ci.rucr rutl an l liing M.
. r' I SO II K It
Fort itrvet, opiwalte Ou.l Kriloo'a Hall.
rloftoluta, II. I
J. W OUT II.
Pralrr Iu :eral Merrliaodlsr,
UILO. aaaii....8hii- snoplied with rwroitaat the ahorteat
DiHica, od reasonable t- n:i. Hill ot cxd-anc wui.trj. ,
6SU ly j
C.KORUK U. HOWK.
Dealer In RedmtoJ. Aorllniet Luiaber, Shingles,
Doors, Sash, Ltia-li, J'uils, Faint, SfC.
At his Old Stand, Fort Krvet. on the Fspluiaide. 5J3 ly
c. a. Lswaas. nicssos. 1
bKWKKS Jk. DICKStiN.
Dealers In Lumber and i: nil din; Materials.
(SO Fori Slrrrl. ly
F. A. SCH t EFElt Jt C'J.
IlOXOI.l'Ll, 691 ly LAW. ISLANDS.
Importer. W ho!eale auti Urfall Driiers lu l.enrrai
jje rrnaauie auu 1 .iiiiee i.nnus.
rirrpraa I Slarr,
CmUr the l u lie lia'L
Cracrr and Ship thanJIer,
LvIIAIN.v, M AT"!
Money and Kecruita furtii-he,! to e'hips on Favorable Terms,
II. K. MelXTVRE . I1UOTIIKR.
Grorrry. Feed Stare and Haker),
corner of Kins and Fort eir-cis Ii- nolulu, II. I. 6S9 ly
JoiiNTHtiS V iTIRIIorvV
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
: 6.B Queen ftreei. Honolulu. 1
li. I.. TOKHKR T.
Noith wet cornet o
Vtteen and Fort St reel a, Honolulu.
shipping and Camr.bIon Ageut,
tiffire with I".. P. Adams, F.'f).,
V E E X.ST R E E T, H O S O LU L V .
at-rras ar rauui-sixs v
tlcn. XUrait L. S-mdh, t" . if. I .M. aar. C. Itrewer Co.
Coi.iui. I Mei-rs. Walker A Allen.
Messrs. C. k. Kichanls & Co. K. P. Allans, Ksq. 595 ly
A. S. CliKGHOR.
Dealer la General .M.-n handler, lire-proof Store,
Corner Knnliaiuunu nml (urras Sls
(i.p.ite Moi-r'i lilock.)
Aijo. Ret:al oUbiiil-nenl on Nuuanu Stret t, above Kinjr.
jy- l!.md Produce l.oul.t and sold. Island orders carefully
allelic-! to COO ly
Planirr and General Store Kerpers
Keopuka, N ir t K 'l k. INwaii.nenr KraUk-akus liny
flops supplied with Wml, Iteef and
A pent at IIki.Io.u. A. 9
l C. WATKRMAX A. CO..
lion paid to the interests of tlr Whaling Fleet by i
l.ii.kol fui.ils, pi:nli:i-e and see of Kx;hange, nil, '
lone, tietientl ler -hailiie. nn.l tlie ia;uriii uf FreiKht
M-r. Naar Howlaxo. Ja.
W. . K. Pof a. iJi).,
J. C. r. raarti S: Co
Co , Nw Kclford
, Sao Franrisro.
IV. N. LA DO.
Ioiporler and Dealr-lu llArdware, CnlIerv,MerhanIci
Tccls, and Igilrnltnial Inipicuieuti,
4S0 Tort Slrrrl. ly
C. L.. RICHARDS Ac CO..
Ship Ch&ndlers aui Comraisdon .Merchants aud
Df.ilrrs iu Gr serai .ilerrIi.mdi.Ne,
Keep constantly on 1, au la full nssortmetK of merchandise, for j
the supply of W laKr. atoi Mercian! vessels. i
A I.I. EX Jt CON WAV,
Will rnniin j the firneral Xarcliandise in4 ?!iippine Imainrss
al the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
thejutl eeleSrate.lKawaihae Potatoes, and
such other re-ruts as are required
by a.-hiile snips at th
shortest notice ami on fie u.i.t reasonable terms.
IT Iro "W o r1 o xx. ZZJC mi cl .
, rasTLt. t. B. ATHKCTOS.
. S. COOKS.
CASTLE JL C'tlOKK.
Inip'trters and l.eieral jlerrhanK,
Klnx alrrtl, opposilr lie Srnniru't Clmprl
ALSO, AGENTS F03
pr. Jaynea C-lebrnte-l F ttni! v Mediciaea,
W heeler 4r VV ilaon's ewini Mtehines.
The New l.turland Mutual LifetnsuraACe Company,
Tlie KhU a-r Company, ILwad.
The Haiku Sui-ar Coninany, vitui.
Th Hawaiian sncar Mills. Mad.
T!:e Watalua Snicai Planvation. nhu.
The l.umahai Un-e Planution. Kiuv. 60O ly
IR. J. JIOTT S.MIT1I.
OWce corner of Fort and llotrl StreiHt.
K. HOFFMANN. M. I.
I'hysiri.tn xud Snrsron,
Corner Mnvluintaixi Ka.ihuu)nu U., i.tmr Pntolbce.
I'bjslrl :n. Surgeon and Artourhrtfr.
t, niituwiii- C. K. Wi!liani Kurnilure Warcroom. 591 ly
JOHN S. McCJUKW. M. 1)..
1'uysirian auJ Sargfon.
Ufnct- Over I'r. K II.. Jjiuni.'i lruc Smr'. cirnr of Kaaliu
maun ami Vcrcliant Sl , opixoite the lust
Kr.-!uiiS. Lkiiy.'ain St , bituirn Muunnu and Fort St.
Okkicc llucas Kruui 8 to M A. M., ami (ruin 3 to 6 P.
JOHN It. IAT1".
(Mlice at tlie Uaiifc 4 li!!iop Ac Co.
Iloi.ot.ilu, I!. I.
A08 6 in
Attorurj aatl (ooiiselbir at Ijim.
O.IIk on tfUKn !tret. oim'" Hie Curt llous, op stairs.
V. C. JONF.S.
Attorney r.t Lav. sad band Agrrt.
Will prarlu-e in all the Court f tlie Ktnlom. lie
alteml the Circuit Curta in Kkuu(. Maui ami llaaraii,
anil visit eitli'-r of those Isliida on
("fire niH.vi.V the C""rt JLm.-ie. oh tert s'r7,
A. F. JCDO.
Attornry and f onarllor l Law,
Cner of Fort anil Merchant StreoU.
A. C. Bl'FPt'M. M. 1.,
Physician and Sarrron,
"lilirnee, AMrich llous... Fort titivet.
OfT.ee an.I U
Couiiiil'isfou Merchant and Crueral Agent,
Ageut tor lle I'auWaa an! Ainauuiu Suar 1'lnntationv Im
porter of Teas ami other Chiii-se anil Foreign Gooila
anil wholi sah? dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
I u ,w Slotio Store. N mitiuu St., uelaw Kiajc.
UOL.L.i:s i. CO..
Ship Chandlers and CaniinKslan Merchants,
Particular attention paiU to th- purchase and lata of Hawaiian
: efert by permission tn
M-sra. C. A. WilliHir.a Ac Co Mttir. C. l;roa-er k Co..
Mrtrn. Caitt- A t'oolte., Messrs. II. llackfeld Co.,
icasi. 1. V Wateruiait ieaara. C. I Kiclaarls A; Co.
Ship Chandler, Prairriu (General ?Irrrhnn(Hr.Ilaiid
Prodare, c, sad Comuiisdvn lorclisnt.
Ilyroua It.iy, Ililo. S. I..
Will keep constantly on ban.l ai exteaaive aoorlnient of every
dearriplioii of jfninui r-quired hy ahipn and others.
1 he lilvrhert price eiveu fr lalund Produce.
JST Money a.ivut.icd :..r liilU f Kxcliaua at reiionalile rates.
Pfr.ler in tmeral .M?Pfiiandip,
tirnvr t.f ILrl ami X'W'ntn Streets, IlonfJ'tln, 11. I.
htai! rltthiishnient ou nnanu Street.
j CIO Above the Fire-proof t'tore. ly
j C PREII'K I'FI.l'tJKR.
j Healer iu Staple and Fane j Dry Goods. Men's Clotli-
j lug, ilouls aud Shoe-:, and Yankee .Notions,
! Siorr on Fort Slrrrl. nrnrlr oiu ! Mm.ra,
voullolt & IKucb.
U1S1IOI A. CO.. Uankrra,
OiTire, in the east corner of Alakrc's Llutk,
K lalimoanu strei t, Honolulu.
Iraw Dills of Eschanq on
The Ui.vn or CALiroRxit, - Uun Francisco
Bleasrs Urissrli., M iSTras Co., No York.
" Lacs tr Wai.LKK. - - New York.
Trkvost Natiosii. Manic, - - Uostoii. j
oiuaxTAL Uanic Corporation. - London. !
Will receive depua.ts,.t:couiit tirst-ctasa boeinese paper, ana I
attend tn ctilleetl'ie.eie. &0 ly j
D. X. KlalTNKK. j
Continues his old businea in the fireproof building, I
KnabniunaH Slrrrl. j
Chronometers rated by obaervations of the sun and stars :
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the j
ner;diao of Honolulu. Particular attention niven to
fine watcb rep-tiring. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered tod adjusted Charts and j
nautical instruments constantly on 1
60 Land and for sale. ly j
M. S. GRIN HA CM Ac CO.. j
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable :
vlothlng. Hats, Caps, Hoots anj Shoes, j
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods j
More formerly nceupied by . A. Aldrich, J
Maker' Mock, Quern t.
IRA RICIlA KDSON.
Ioiporler and Dealer in Coots Shoes and Gentlemen's
Vomer of Fort ami Merchant Street,
61 HOXOLXLU. II. I. ly
II I la O
Sugar and Molasses.
flROI' CIIMIXG IN AM) FOR SALE
.J uuantities to .oil purchasers, by
014 ti.u WAI.KUl & ALLF.N, Agents.
SUGAR AITD MOLASSES
F TIIK KOHAliA SlUAK COMPANY,
For sal-.: in qjantiles to suit by
VEW CROP, NOW
it For Sle by
C. 11 KtAVF.lt Co., ageuts.
VEW CROP OF
For 5a le by
C. BKiiWF.it ft Co., BR-riits.
Now Ccnind iu.
S AM U EL
C . WILDER,
1-OST OFFICK AD!'RKS3,
Knit loo. Oaks.
Sugar and 3Ioliises Crop 18G8,
lOMIXG IN. FOR SALE IX QLAXTL
. ' Tl r.? to suit purchasers, by
til-2 6:n WALKIIR & AI.LKN, Agents.
Siignr and ?Iolasscs C'rop 1HGS.
IX. FOR SALE IX Ul ANTI
to auit purchastrs. br
612 6ia WALKIR s ALLh., Agent
II. Cornwrll. Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
iu lota I
IROM THIS IMi.tXTATION
THIS IMi.tXTATION" FOR SALE
i to sun purchasers. Apply to
ly UKO. C. McLKAN
PnysiOBi'si Indelible In la.
FOR MARKING LINEN. TO RE I"
without any pretrat'on the ls-t n arkinr ink i
rkmr ink in use.
M. M HlTFKV.
For sale by jail lull II
Cotton Gins for Sale.
SMIi: Sl'RvCRIRF.R WILL DISPOSE OF
one or tw.t sea Island Kn'.ler ilins. Price, $30 each.
Oil lni II. M. MHirStY.
SIX nol.fi A lis lKR .IXXl'M.
VOI All. No. 4 4. WttOliK No. GiS.
I ! I I II I III llll II II till
Jons NoTr Sas'i-Nott.
, JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPFIaK AI 'a" I ZY 3a.11 S T II S.
iraiAKi: Pl.KASt'RK IN" A X NOC NCI NO TO
I B the public that they arc prepa-el ta furnish all kinds of
j Capwr Work, consisting in pait of i-tills, stkikc pans, soi
! oucm pans, wouis, pcurs, etc., elo
i AlMton baud, a fall avortciriit ofTinwaie,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest mart-t priis.
ALL KINDS or REPAIRING DONK WITH NEATNKSM AXD PtsPATCB.
nlers from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention,
j Shop on Kaahuuiauu M., one dsw above 1 liuier's. 6Jd flm
; AV I L Ij I A .li IV Ii I a EI T ,
! Foot of .uuaim Street, opposite Segelken's Tin Shop,
IS now IMtKI'AKKII T TAKE
all kin.U if KUrksniilhinir.
IS NOW PRF.I
all kinds f Itlarksniilhinj;.
lu-pairs on CarriJires. Wajntns. Carts. Ac. will re-
ceivo pn mpt attention.
j . Cli AIIBi .V CO.,
i Eoet audShoe 3IaVrrs and Praters iu Leather and
rAv IhM Sfrret. bet. Auoim d Htuninkm St,
w fif T7" Onlrra from :b OMinlry Boiicite-I and pmmptly
Vla.attriiilr.1 to on the moat reasouaOle lerma. 64 ly
G. W. NORTON 5t Co.,
COOl'UliS AXn GAUGEKS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
llowoiultt. If. I.
ROBERT NEWCOMB & CO.,
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
Plniu and Orna mcitlnl Kinding exoruletl at short
6s4 notice and reasonable terms. ly
J f7Ta7V. SSatsELKKAI.
jt4J Tinsmiths and Plumbers,
Aauana Strret, near the f7k.tr f STOVES and LKAD PIPF.
always on hand. Jobl.ir? of all kinds attended U. 612 ly
AN K FOUXI) AT TIIE
Shop on HOTEL STREET, near tha
rcsi.U iice of lr. nod.
All writ entrusted to Mr. NOIIEA wilt
be done with neatness ami dispatch, and
at the lowest rates. 608 ly
.TAS. A. RU.:!CI;,
COOPER AND GAUGE R,
Continues the business
A 4- i f1A cann,i
I ma vrxu. otauu uxl iuc jigpioutiui:,
j All wora: done with Care, and orders rouiptly attended to.
J i93 Charors Mudkkate. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, Cppcslte the Cethel.
Honolulu. II. I. ' 620 ly
J. H. WICKE,
A .S I IN Ka T .Tl A Si. VI St
alaiea strert bki.ow thr tbcatbk.
Furniture made am repaired at reasonable prices.
JAS. L. LEWIS,
C O O P 12 IS A X 1 Ct A U G E IS,
At the Oltl Slarad,
Corner of Xing and Bethel Streets.
A large -Huck of OIL, S HOOKS and all Rinds of C
rriag 31tttrrsnl constantly oa Hand.
fie hoes by attention to business to merit a continuance of
the patronage which be has hitherto enjoyed, aud for which be
now returns bis thanks. 613 6m
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all De
scriptions. PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING PONE.
Jloaldings of x!l kinds tou-duntly on Hand.
EOXOLULU SOAP WORKS,.
BY XV. J. RAWLINS.
I'ROPRIKTOR OF THE ABOVE
orks is preiiared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in pcnenil. with the liest qunlity V KI.LUW SO A t.
SOFT SO A I ntwitys on linnil.
The IIioiikst Price paid for Soap Greats. 695 ly
Catholic Clmrch. Premises. Honolulu,
II UIMJ hlTKl.1 KETLRX-
(rj ED mm San Francisco
fc-Var'-ya With a ev Stork of Materials,
lie. is j)rf(rel to Jiepuir
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MTJSIC BOXES
With promptness and dispatch.
C. E. WILLfAMS,
lanufartnrer, Importer aud Dealer iu Furniture
Of Every Descrti'tliiiu
Furniture Warenm on Fort street, opposite K. I. Morgan'
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from othc-r inlands promptly attended to. 5S-'J-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher. Hotel Street, near tht
I'raf Store of J. Molt Smith it Co. 586 ly
-PACIFIC CRASS FOUNDRY.
THE IXIIKRSir.XEl) VOUI,D RE-
Sieetfuily infe.rm the public tht he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass add composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
TT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
XT Constantly on hand, hose coupimes of the following-,
aizes : i, i. 1, li, 2 and 2. Also, oi! cups and Range cocks.
JAMkS A. HOPPER,
69 ly Kins street.
IMPORTER 3l MAM' FA C-
All KINDS of SADDLERY.'
Ofrr iojf7 Trihtmii't iVoie ic7i Xentness and Dis
jxitch. AH Orders prumytly attended in.
Corner of Fort unl Hotel Streets. Honolulu.
IS . I. E T T ,
V Boot and Shoe 3Idke.,sg
tyJ5s Hotel Si.. Honolulu. - IRa-
tSSkpSWSP" aas s
Fort Street, oj-f.s!te Odd ItUoics' lLill, llonotulxt,
Continues in the business of repairing- tnar.y articles
r.f h useliold oe, lcks. Guns, Sewing Machines, He.,
and will construct Models aid small Tools, and make
Irafts of Machinery to nnler. 6"6 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS.
WILLIAM II. 1III11V, at Leleo.
HAVING RECEIVED A LA RC E AND FCLL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
j ami the public, with the bVt Yellow, llrawn n nd
White SOAP. LSO
!-ji-"T vrvi oil, sjOAr,
In aree or small qnantities to suit.
P. 8. Sap itreaae always wanted. 600 ly
IlbAXK FORMS OF
iwecn Masters and Servants the fn'j authorized form
I'riee 'il.OO per Ioriv.
r ... sale l.v It M. WHITNKY
I TT Business Cards, when pre paid for a err, are tiUoweal
a discount from these mtes, which are fir traiivient advertiaC-
meats when paid or Ci.argeu quartrrlj.'
1ST Adrertiaers resMtne tn the Eastern Tnited "tales, ran
pay for their car-is by enrkwing Crrrntfack Sr such auxiunt
as they wish to pay, and their car-Is will be inserted as per
abov. table, tor the time p.-id f-x.
insurance Carts. -: ' ; '
ii a n u it ; ii -it it km ex
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
r1IIE I'XDFRSICXEII, II A VINO BEEN
a. Appointed Agents of the .lore Coupny, are prepared
to insure risk. aainst Fire on Sone .rv.1 Brick tlitlktinrs,
ami on Men-haiidi.-e stored therein, on most favorable lerma.
For particulars apply at the office uf
F A. SCI1AFFER 4- CO.
Uonooilo, My 4.1S6. &S4 ly
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
National Insurance Company, '
Oftkv. Xo. 40$ .Mcuitgcinery Street, near California.
"SlH ARINE IXSI RAXCE uoosa Iliillw. Car-
l B F'-s, Treasure, Commissions, i'rotits, and other pubjeela
of Marine tnsuraiux', to and from all purls in the world, inland
MAKINK RISKS en Coasters. Alan, on FseSpht, Carn, Ac',
to hiiiI frm all inter-island Hirts insured agaiuat.
KIRK INfl'ltANi'Kup.n Roikiinps, Merchandise, Furniture.
Rents. Vessels lu IVrl and their CarKoes, an-l ctl.er Insurat-le
(A PITA L, (PAID IP) OXE XIII.1 10 TiKLL.lBs "
Locs promptly adjntrd and paid ia I'eited State
(.old tola. .
WILLI A XI MKRCE, . , .
P. W. C. THOMPSON-, . . .
W. W. W lfililXS, .
. . . President. r ,
V . Tlce-l"resident. "'
. . . Feeretary. '
. . Marin Officer. -iffeet
A LliKUT nr.llLKK, Chairman. JO;
S. A. nONOHOK. R, C.
&XEATII. 'JijHX O. I1RAT.
N. B. Particular attention to Fin
Churrhcs, lurnitiire, Ac
Insurance n Dwe'lings,
St Co.. A crula.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND KDINHUntJII.
CA PITA L 2.M)0.rOO
Accnnulaltd nt'sl luvcslrd Fsad, 8,510,139
rnxiiE i'xiif.rsigm:i) have been ap-
I PUINTKD AGKXTrflor the Sandwich IsU hIs, fcnd are
authorised to Insure against Fire ajion favorable teraia.
Risks taken iu any purt of tlie IsUnda on Woodea llalldinfrs,
and Merchandise stared therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, timber, Coals. hps in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. 017 ly KU. H JFFaCHLAKOAK t CO.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rCMIE CNOERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
Jl appointed ageuu for the San Francisco Board of I'uder
The Cnlifoniia Insarance Company,
The .Merchants Mutual .llarine Insarance,
The Pacific Insnrance Company, .
The California Lloyds," mid
The Home. Mutual Insurance Company.
Ueg lesve to inform Masters of Vessels and the public reney
ally that all losses sustained on VlSaKLS and CAKQOKS,
insure.! by either of the above Companies against perils of tna
seas and other risks, at or near tlie Jsandwicb Islands, will have
to lie verified by them.
617 3m II. HACKFELD A Co,
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
or f-in n Tr-iinoltsc-o.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
fi. apt-olnte.1 apents for the above Company, bee leave to
inform the public that they are row prepared to tssoe
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT nod 1 REASCRE.
630 ly WALKER At ALLEN.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
flMIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF TIIE
JL alwve Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Uroop, and vice versa. . a
678 lr . " - II. HACKFELD. CO.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE C01VIFY
rgviIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENT FOR THE
fi above Compauy, baa recently received inatrnetiooa tn re
duce tlie Kate of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildings and oa
Merchandise stored therein, and is now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favoral-le terms than heretofore.
Risks taken on Hjildinga Macliinery, Ac. on Snrar Planta
tions. TUKO. II. DA V IKS.
59S ly AgenU
WOOD & Co.,
KlXa STREET. UOX0LVJ.V. Ml ly
WAIMANALO f. MARKET,
King Street, opoeite the Bethel. ' ' 6!"ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
K. II. IIOYD.
Choices: Meuts from flnest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
4c., furnished to order. 614 ly
Viacl Restaurant !
DURHAM ROBINSON, Proprietor.
ITITOlTiD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T T his friends and the public that be is fully prepared to
carry on this business on the most approved atyfe, and respect,
fully solicits a share of patronapc. a
Xrady Famished Rooms To Let open Reasonable
NI OTHERS ROHXII TO SEA AND IN
want of reading matter, can find a large supply of
Illustrated I'ajers, 31ajizina and Hook,,
AT WHITNEY'S BOOKSTORE. Files cf Har
per' s Weekly, Leslie's and other illustrated papers, for A or 12
months brick, on band and for sale cheap.
A Book which should be in Every Library
AJDREWS' IIAWliM" WITMAM
CONTAINING ABOUT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Words, with English signification, and
Au Enli-.h-llaw5ilan Veeabnlary, and f hronwlogicl
Table of Illstoriral Events.
Jy Lorrin Andrews. .
Bound in Sheep, .
. . 5.00
n. M. WniTNET.
; Bound in Half Morocco,
For Sale fey
This Valuable Work can be obtained in London of
Messrs. TRCBSER A Co., Paternoster Bow.
.lid also in Stic York of
Messrs. BARNES & Co., John St.
ALSO FOR SALE,
Bif-hop's Hatvaiian and English rhrae Cool, 50et.
VtrlTII MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
V ASDS printeil on them, can be had at the Bookstore.
6241m I'r lee 131 Cla.. or l per Dozen.
N HAND AND FOR SALE. TIIE PLY-
mouth Collection of Hymns and Tones.
II. M. WHITNEY
ANEW EDITION. PREP I RED FOR.
the Pacific, which every coasting vessel oulit to have.
Priee 75 Ceols.
For sale by
n. 51. XriHTNEY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT ON HAND. SUIT.
A AI'.LK for Holiday or Wedding Presents, and at prices
fvoro f 15 to flO each. . 00i Iro II. XI WHITNkY.