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a di!Kuuit from these rale, which are fur Uau.ieiit advertise
aieut whin psid or charged quarterly.
B00K AND JOB PRINTING.
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pay for their rani by aurtosius; (J "rnbaci for su. li fsooant
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNK -20, ISbS.
SIX IXII.I.A IIS I'KR AXXOI.
VOL. XII..N.. UII0LK.II30.
its Lahlit. I ar the tints iI for.
? Legislative assembly.
Fovrr-KiAirra PT. Jan 12th.
jtlj met t th 1ar. iSlnn-
rommltuc. E.I;o prrK-I .uprletncnu
- rrpurt Ci.ri? the
ool rt,-maivll by them for the B-r-l
fcr the r!tia ef two cr more lit.
Jaa la the practice of me-IIcite. Rpurt Uhll.
rMi-Wre.! with the pml.a rrpc.rt now Wflre
" Elai, b5.thr with the Appropriation B3L
r.nM Committee repurteil those Corf rnroent cf
twL wh rw'l uvei- h.pte.L
rwamittee to whom were wferre-I ppr..priti,
"" i -0, gun lrf petition aaI rtrwlaUoos for
-,ritiui. rrTrtl m fallows :
jTj g, KAwihvf t Wimca, Hawaii, S l,OiX.
l intinitent fan.!. t ,'
fUimU 1 tril: in LahioaS.nX).
Zum'ja an-i ri.l! in Uaha. t7,I".
Wia ttfhul'trwrt to Lilih; SimW.
iJMcmctit f Lilih street, S2.J0iX
KjJtl aivl bril in Kaoai, S !,).
on Witn rir, !').
lrirt f nls at Kataupwpo. Motokoi, S-V)0.
Court IIow an-I J il f' Kau, IUw ui, Sl.GUU.
Liiht be, NI,
Support lirfht h..a. i!'!. 5 .
foirt Itwxe an-l Jil, 2I 4..k.i,
Crt H'HW, MUiwo, Uoi, I.JM.
Writrhts ao.1 eesurea. Interior Iprt(uent,
Wharf at Nwi!iwili, Kauai. SoflH.
Court IIoojw ami Jail, lUnaUri. Kaaai. $l.tU(X
Store hoJue (or Cvmbtt.-tibW!. fr3J"X
TUe Committee appoprUtei the sura cf 10 tr
Ibe mrtey on the Puli ml, tr tlie purpe of
tminjC an estimate of the et f eotiing down the
hh, ta erler taAt the next LegiUtie -MerobIy
bit tct knowinjflj on the matter, aiwl reemnjeuJcl
At iaia-ftaite pxpbement f the bilioce of petition
nut fwiilafio. refrel t them.
Xt. Jt'Aheloa ii' I nut f or the aIoption of the re
rt. m ia hij opinion F.wa ami WUnoe were aouie
tliatiUuhtel by the Committee in regApl to the ap
arnoiiUMtn &r briilie at WahLtwa.
Epurt ULleJ. to be con4ilercl with the Appropri-
If.-. KoAi.au Intrn.lace-1 a rewlatiwn akin; for
1)1' i r a court hotue at Koloa. KauU. lUssotution
nhtei to be taken op in connection with the Appro
Mr. A. F. JoM iotrtyi'icrl a resolution aknjr the
A&jrney tieoer l t report if certain Metione of the
Cvil Cxie reiitirins eentificoU to be furnihel by
Plijician to urinker of Awa, were enforced in IIu
Buiitla. al other LKatricta ; anl if tA, it ohm
wnltnent wm not necenaary. He aaul tha the Law
tea now adeivl letter. anl the iile;rl eonaoptin
toC A w k tx norniou.', nt for nwclicin! purpees.
JT lat fur imOrxientM. that there were no pruaevnttone
nie tl. itr. Halchiaon real tor the M time the
Wowinje bilU : An act to regwUte the aale ofueJIy
puHM Aa at to reptUte the driving of catt or
nbicfe ever brle in thit Kington. An act to
pX section, .VJ of the lltil Cod. Same pnatMfl to
tut sretmd reAlin nn.ler the rote.
llr. Lyoae notice of an act for the protection
TW lline proree-lwl to the er!er ef the d-y.
V f 4tiwin(C bill were ml by their title, an-1
mmxI thirl reaIIn!f : An act to ei.mpile aul patrmh
W Fn-il of tht Kindlon:, both in the Htwaii-
m1 i'.nglmh UnKU.tw An act t anicn! section
ff8 of the Cle. An act l amen.1 n art enti
tled aa act t. rrpeiI Chap. M f Ciil Code, and T -aVte
tlx Barents of Intmction. An act to mike a
nnnuient avttletnent on Q'teen Iwer Kilwn
AwwmMy reeolwt helf into a ('oiomtctce of the
WVi fur thm consideration of the Appropriation
luL, Mr. rhiilip in ttte chair.
oB or tut r mo.
Fary rnp.!rter General !'.
t J.U7 Ckrlc Kirran of i," location gaJuO. pase.L
Sapwt Ilawatian and fIi-th actMioU 1.)JUX
Mr. Uitchcock ned t anen-l to t-o.M,X
l eia pMeiL IVr support of IIwiUn and En-
ub .h.U including LuihainAluna ScminAry S!,t'H
Mr. il:tchock moel to in.ert the following item :
Sinjrt of coiumon cU.oU ia deelilutediatrkta flT-
Prittinn m:!mio! b.k SoiV pnawL
ftaUoaery arvl lucilntiL V psie-L
Riuriu:t.ry S.;hool lf.
Mr. llitohcock moil to coupler the item in con
rtii.a with the Report of the Committee on educa
tUn ia retrl to the above sirhooL He in f nor
f the Pno:ip.kI of the school beinj a man with a ad
rrof Hltf year tet!er wien an aeAUtont. an-l
nv to Boteml the item by inserting the inn of
$) ia plice of 2J. aa in hia opinion that
plenty to e.ury on the school.
beta p.kd at Ath
PTjuMe cf !furnvAtory School premises) 3.C00
BuilKn; new school hJ'ie 5 ."Ti'.
Mi. Kk-ni avel to amend to $fit
Mr. Mortoi aut to auerxl to tSXK
Item pnMd U$sX
Ejulowomt cb.Urh;p 0ho Collej-e gSCO.
lateral on school far I f..li- pu'weL
3ir. u.tencork motel to add for the education ot
Hiwuians ia medicine at home $ V).
XRer eni.lcrLl ilchate in rerd to the aptnee
rf B twaiiana to learn me licine, surgery &c, the
ficstioa to pitmt the item waa pot ami carriol, ami
Una kcnonliDg'y pwe at $ I'MO.
Mr. Kuaktnu ntoved a recon:deratin of the vote.
Ss Cs. Mr. IlutcUiion cootcI to strike ont the
. 3"a of $ lOni (r etiKaing HawiiAa in meiliciue.
Mr. Hitehow moel the poMaj;e of the Item a
fcl!uw: fur efttuativn of llawaiuM in mnlicine
Bi Ix. llr. Varijny laoTe-l t!e f .'lowing as an
f-r BKulical oli.:Atinn of IlAwaiUns S 1"-
ar. IfnteUisro withlrew hu motion to strike ont.
r. Kankni moel to indefinitely petpone the
fcration of the item.
tion U iatefinite!y postpone put and Ut- Item
IhOm) V meilical education of Hawaiians
M- ir.kVcnok moved that the Committee reeom
ltheirptiouof the Report of Committee on
K m.4ation, petition ic. ami tlie Secretary of
fmUj he intnvfe.1 b ptce the item in their
FworJer in the Appr.priaiion liiiL
'P'irt of Commit! rr-vL
motto of Mr. llic.;hcek.iestioo put amlear-
.2."'' Committee no? ami chairman re-prnaprww-
Kep. rt a.h.pieL
Fobtt-s I stti Pat, Jane 13th.
.mUT mrt .t the awal hour, lib Highneas M.
r. Ljons, chairman of the Committee to whom
ffrrrM L potion from J. W. II. Kauwahi.
j.'" "'n ehArge. mgainat Ilk tlx. F. W. Hat.
J' tJwt th re'.rt of the Committee was
'aU" hr,pml exceptions or remarks upon it
W tW 1 lu,tm lbe wb4e Anemwy ;
""Might the C'nrmiilifUx I ltt.r
'sport a,,,, thenjjyes.
Ia r. o -
t;t(!. iuip move i iiiai tne liepresenta
.rt .. r''" half an hour to consider tlte re-
llr v t4tln.
r. - X,M- tor.ve.1 to amend the time to 20 min-
w!' M lC4Tor eonsi leration cf tbe re
lmnahala favorel one h.ur, as the case of
a. ii in. : t t ' - ... ...
iinpenchmebt now lef.re them could not be cvni.
ed in half an hoar. He ihout U T A i
omethinr to r in rrar,l to tl.,
i 11,1.1 u 1 . " . . .
. a svsa, sa iisuTa
Iben the :
of the 1
fij. ne .oie wxoirew ami the lM-prwntatiTi-4
tovi up the petition a-iust Mr. Hutchison, Jlinister
of Interior. .
Mr. X. . Jail nvcd that Mr. Hitchcock Uke
the chair. CarrioL
Mr. tnley w v. appintl SeTetary. Mr. Sheldon
as Interjrcter. The following report w is then real :
T" tt li'rrtnt.iUrra the I'f.jl uf the llirallm
The Special Committee to whom was rrf.-rrtd
petition rrom J. y. Kauwahi. praving Umt lenliimnd
n. Hutchison. HL Majesty's Mioiiterof tlte Interior.
1-e brought to trial before the Honorable Uody of
Xobh-sff this Kinplom. on ccrtaiu char-s therein
ievinevl. he cxaminel carefully tlie ficts with rtf-
at public auction and aold to the highest bidder, it
would appe:r to the Committee that the action of the
said Minister of the Interior was Jexigned to benefit
the public exchoijuer by sevuriug such terms as
eeme 1 nnwt slvantavou.4. That the parties making
the highest bil at the auction which hod been held,
having shown themselves unable to ay cash down,
as per terms of aa'l auction sale, the bet terms
thought paiUe were made with other parties, "uch
ptrttes being the said Afoiig and Achuck. That
while the action in the co-te was irregular, it was still
not certainly a damage to the public treasury.
-'L With res'iect to the seconJ charge, namely,
that the aforesaid F. W. Hutchison did. be refusiii'r
to prant liretise to Chung llxai, & ,'.. said Chung !
Iloon. it Co . being tlte highest bidders for such
li.-en-e, injure the public treasury to the amount of
STJI. which sum was bid over and aljove the sum of
10,0iu fur which said license was sold, the Commit
tee report that the reason for such refusal was the
inability of sail parties to pay cash down, as per
terms of sale. The Committee, however, censure
private bargaining witu the parties in question.
w in inrn inifD . Iliai iru i . r - - ,
at:es occupy such times n neetrr. and- -.-..Li... . .. 1 1. i
u , .... .. . . a . - . . 7 v ui .ii.avtictr . Mill Bi nil. r 13
lime when IIm-t wiU Le re.iuire in the A&wio. . t.-. . .1 . . " . ... . '
-.--.. . . 7 .liiuisLrr 01 kiic iiiirriur hin iiii 1 nrnr 11 mjt ii.a
follows f 1 i i. ' pi'pwn Com.nitt.-e of three, of which the
I., "ttv.t, w. . . .1 c . 1 .1 , . rs,',l",of the A.r4 iiil.ly fhoul 1 lc Chairiinin, to
Uuck2f?r thTu " ' l .Iwmil by him on
aforeid l er nLn l V I! ? i1?"?' i '."n ' :J June - -lti..u adopte-l and the
li e f .1 I, . I llutct,:V1 .D", M .n- . .ce l-r.;it MriM,illto.l OIl 1C. Committee the l'rcs
U. Vi me . ' J Vth the, 'JT?- f.tl,e lJt;".t' !!- KHrVir,tchck u.. 1 Keawel.unal.ala.
wnicn prece.ie.1 tne sate, as unworthy or the dignity t were to be ratinM, tliii.;,.,, 0f the two tiovern
of a Government Official of His Majesty's Kingdom, nieuts would be still c.rf al1 for tiwt reason the
31. With respect to the thin! charge, vix,, that item was asked for, as nn Agent would profjier
the afom ii I K. W. Hutchison did, as Minisler of the our tradj with the Cus Siatesand place us upon
Interior, by refusing to grant the second license fi.r i more friendly terms.
the sale of opium in the city of Honolulu, provided j Mr. C. H. Judd moved aii. nd the item by in
for by law, deprive the public treasury of the sum of sertiug fur a llawaiiun-lji,.itizefl Gr Hawaiian pnr
which was offered by certain parties for such j ents as Mtuieter Resident tnc L'uited States, 10,
license. the Committee report that the refusal was (K ' '
male from motives of humanity, and with a view as i Mr. Hitchcock was iu f,r bf gtriking out the
f r as possible to suppress a tra&; acknowledged to item altogether.
be hartfuL j Mr. S. O. Wilder was oppts to the item.
1th. With respect to the fourth charge, namely, Mr.-G. Rhodes favored the ..j as in the bill, with
that F. W. Hutchison ilid. as Minister of the Interior. I out any amendment,
by refusing to grant a license for the sale of opium, j Item indefinitely postponed to 19.
provided for by law. in the town of Lahaina, deprive j Kncouragement of Agricultu anj Iuunigration,
tie public treasnry c( the sum of i2,"jIK, the Com- ! S10.0OX
mittee are also of the opinion that the proceeding, Mr. Wilder moved to amend 20,000, as some
though arbitrary, was in behalf of the int. -rests of ! immediate measures should be .en o prevent the
humanity. decrease of the Hawaiian people j,j (j,-,;, rxtuld be
Ia consideration, therefe. ef the fact that His Fx. ; done by bringing people from the .ltj, Elands
the Minister of the Interior has taken measures. J meu, women and children. M. wilder argued
which tltough somewhtt irresular and arbitrary . I still further in favor of bis amendm i, citin? the
were vet for the benefit of tlte inhabitants of this
Kinglom, we bereby recommen-l tbe imlen.te ut
ponetnent of the consideration of this ietition.
Respectfully submiltol, C. J. Ltoms.
Mr. ft. Rhode was not in fivor of adopting the
rej-ort Lurrtclly. It was a grave matter, and he
wished to see the evlh-nee of the Committee, what
coarse they pursued bef.re making their report, and
moved that the llprrefitalives sit again on the re 1
port w ith the notes of e ih-rce bvrore litem for con-
siderition, as in his opinion it wonM jk dengatory j
.i t . . . . i . tt t . ....
i . i , ,t. , . , . ' ,.
tlerslafxl rullr ah.it wis Is-lore tlx-m. He h nuvlf
considered that tlte Minister of the Interior had not
been irregular or arbitrary iu his action, ou the
Opium Licence for the Ihstrict of Lahaina, as the
iL lr p
'br the C ml
matter was left whi l.y to bis discretion.
move. I that the notes of evi-lence taken
Mr. Lyons H that he ha-1 left the notes in Lis
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room, but WbuM explain as lest as he could.
nt. t i. .. i t .t .
,i r. i.ttoitev w.'i iai bus lt ufiic-rst.p luc rejvrt.
it citarzI the I.ntrr with tiuolicitv. i
I the 31.bistrr with duplicity
31 r. Lyons said that no such charge was n!r, but
that private LrginiDg waa made before the sale of
the Opium License, and those who purchased were
given to understand beforehand they would only be .
required to pay half lu cash, and would be allowed '
time for the buLince, ami it was through this that the '
misunderstanding occurred. - !
Mr. Wilder asked Mr. Lyons if the purchasers of I
the License, Chung I! .n & Co., were not notified be- !
fore the sale that the terms of the License would be I
cosh, and not hlf cnslit.
Mr. Lyons said that the evidence was conflicting on '
that point. ;
Mr. BhobrS nkeI if it was Mr. Hutchison or his
clerk wlto bargained with these parties. ,
Mr. Lyons replied, it was his clerk. Mr. Wi le
nmn, but the Minister was responsible under the
Mr. nixsh-s thraght the Chief ought not to lie cen- j
sure-1 for the misconduct of his sutjordinates. and (
was stnmgly in favor of seeing tlte notes of evidem-e. ;
If censure is serveJ. let it go out that it is through
his clerk's and not h
ing wropg in eeosun
fritigv! tbe law, an
nrtes of evidence.
Mr. Wilder sail that the Minister might have been
buy and sent his clerk, and the M.nuster was res
ponsible for his clerk's acts.
Mr. Rhodes asked that Mr. Widemann 1 sent for
aud his eviImce tiken on tbe matter.
Mr. Wil ier said he was willing.
Mr. Knu'lsen said there were three of the Commit
tee present, and wanted to know if their words were
Mr. Rhodes No, iir, I want snch evi-lence in
writing, as this ia a matter of grave importance.
Mr. KnuiLseu Then this is the first time that I
knew a Committee cf the House was a Court of Rcc-
31r Lyons Mr. Asing's evidence in this case ia j
the most important, and I bad to visit him for the
purpose of getting it. as be was sick in bed.
Mr. A. V. Judd tbcught the whole matter ought to j
be acted npon through the report of their Committee,
as their wonls could t relie.1 on. and he saw no ret- j
Sort for ppintiog a special Committee to attend to j
such matter, if the House would not act upon their J
.r In his ooinion. if one wituee was called all
would have to be, and all this fuss would be placing
Ibe whole affur far beyond its ....p.rtance. It waa
in his opinion a small matter, and not so grave as
the Member from Honolulu (Mr.Kh.-bs) thought it
3Ir. Ja-ld believed in at ling quietly in eon-
tk rr.rt of the I ommitlee. an i in
that way tbe matter would be speedily ended ; oiher-
wise to niach of the time of the Assembly would I j
. . t--n r. j.n a small matter.
Mr. Boyd was m reo. ly to vote till he was more
conversant with the uxt.
Mr Honu thouzht the wnoie matier ix'
well ventdate.1. lie ravorcl tne ruiiiiuni. -t
. , .... . .... ns,l in fi.ln fi rrrn.
witness, as ne ninrcii - - .
sure, or agtinst it. If the charge, mode in the peti
tion against Vr Hub-hisou were true, be should
Cvor censure, and woul 1 sustain h.s vote
Mr Rh.l thought the attempts of the Men.l-er
from Sth Kona (Mr. A. F. Ju-I l) to Mid. mves.i
gati.n in this m titer, were from wicked and unjusti
fiable motives. . i.
Mr Judd arose and rert,.ste. the stoker to Uke
. . . . ... ;. I ; nir l lo bis m.tives, as
rta .iVlITJl a right to stk nf his mo- j
live-. nd he should nt stand any surh , talk.
M;. Rhles -oi-l he would take it back, but st.Il .n
his opinion Mr. Ju d Is act ions were unjustifiable
r Mr. Judd-In yo.ir opinion. Mr BlH-le. said he
helieved censure shoul 1 I given when .t is due; but
if the cbrk was p.ilty. be would acknowledge it.
an I sIhh.11 receive the censure b.ms. lf
Ir j,,.!.! I am really surprise.1 that the Member
from ilonolnl-i-a man old enough to mjr rthrr
should sor that my actions were wicked ; but 1 will
nirJesnd to the low level that he has in this matter.
sown nets. The Ifoiise was do. j . uu,Doliei(. ..i Le Tutcl for this
ng a .Minister w uo ni not: in- . . t' itl,' m subsi.!r. he did away
u m Mor VI ,I,e ' with a motiotiolr. And the rest of the bill he should
r iu i i i - ... .1 1
?,Ir - '''r r'r9 U" -'ylU,.tl,. ,!.,.,,,,,. .(
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Jiuiciton. Jlr. UUvIc
tUl MomUy at 12 o'clock.
Il'irru-rii Hat. June 15th.
vwmUy met at tlie usual luur. His High now M.
j ''anaoa in the chair.
I Lyons prrM-utiil a petition fnm School Ap nts
j "' ' olulu, asking for an incrca.oe of pay. lMition
I fe.j to (Vmmitiee on llucation.
j .'lalrtutnu prvvnte-l a titin fnuu Hniuakua,
n rr r''"' " Iirvha bu.-ys for tlie hnrboe i,f
j ,,"n,' Itcfvrrvl to CoiMinillee on Internal Iiu
ir. I..!,,....!, ..lT..ro.l r..Tui Tjk t tl.A " .van
on. I.ill rtltM.Nl tirKl r-i.lin.
! . . . . rea.1 for tlie first tune a bill relating to
luier-isi ini ,,, v.T;,t;n ,.. Knt
I he Asset
l''f iinatvaUl ! iIih nnli-r i.f tin. Il n t
which was th.p,irt.,riation Bill. ' ' !
I ermanent Uen.eut on Queen Kahuna, S l,0(,
VjreVi- JU ,i- ,IiwaI'' 3.r'n,
Mr. Hitchconyj t,e fioW;n! nmcndiiietit to
the item : " ls.ll, however, if the Circuit Judge
at H.lo retains t HitfC an.i I:lT of LieuUJ.vernor
and tlerk, he n IM,t tlritl tie ,Kljr of Judge."
Amendmeut carr ,,,,1 iu.m vsed as ati.ei.dcl.
Minister Ke.d. Uuite-I State-, $ii,Immi.
r'" m,ro strike out the item.
-ir. ue r.gnymt.1 ,,4t
he ilid nut want anv
metnUr of the Hobtrt ;,., ,:,, that the i.:i.i 'e vr
rejection of the iieiajtH.tt,i him or his colleagues ii
any way ; but that was COI1J,i,lere,l best for this
Government to havt n-pnntatie in the Cnitcl
Slates, as the two (criuneiits were now on the
most tutimate Urius, s it Wou, iucreae from year
to vear. If the
, question of laborers and their ni.arit..lnt.n, and tho !
iirMpnt nesreite of lalior on the nlantn. I
I J t VU9.
Mr. G. Hhoiles Btatel that a meae hal come
from the King, and it was necessary at the Presi
dent should take the chair.
Scargint-at-Arnis announced the nojMewcn'r . I
wno presentoi tne message iron, iinifjrty, in I
which he stated that the resolution for 9i fur each I
of the representatives he returned, as nit v- i
Rally drawn op ; aud if such a resolution 0U.J pas ;
' a . a .1 l . . ..I
i ne .ssembiT wun me enacting clause, .iwiuM
sign it. The Message of H;s Min-sty was ompan.
. ... . ... - ..i .
led with the retiort of the Justices of theourt on
i ... ....
the resolution, who considered the resoluti illegal,
unless pnfacol with the enacting clause orj liuvs.
but passea witn the enacting clause, tne Vlution
' ,rwu, h-SFaL j' wcrof the !
' t,Piu,un tb tle um vt eould not be l--,ed as !
J compensation by any representatives till the ia j
' 4. , ' Tl ; i" r Ut ,r, .
i The House again went into Committee, jlr. ahe-
! , ... .
lonain the chair.
Mr. Wil ier agtin al Iresscl the chair in supjt of
his amendment tu the item to encourage ininp.
Mr I'hillips sai 1 th.it the matter had b-en te
fully examiuel ly the DoarJ of Immigration, and y
were in favor of the appropriation, but did not e
to ask for so large a sum themselves ; but shoult
pass, immediate measures would be taken to sees,
tb e people.
Item passed at S30.00O.
interest National debt, s.,MI-pnssci.
Mr. rhilliis moved to strike out the item of S-j0,
(MM for Ocean Steamers. Motion carried.
Subsidy steamer JCtlauea, SS.'XKI.
Mr. 1'billifa luove-l a su-ieiision of the rules, in
order to read an act regulating to inter-island Steam
Navigation the second time. Motion carried.
Bill read for second time.
On motion, the House resolved it-tlf into a Com
mittee of the Whole, fir the coiisiderulion of the bill,
which passed by sections.
Mr. Wilder said that he should vote for the 1st sec
tion, for the reasoU that he Was oposed to subsidies
The Assembly ntin went into Committee of the
' Whole for further consideration cf the bill, Mr. Na
; haku in the chair.
( Mr. I'hillips uiovol to insert in place of subsidy to
j the A'llauea, inU-r-UIand Steam Navigation, ?3G,-
i Mo(:on put and carried, and the item accordingly
' passe.1 at S L'ij,70X
Ketiiaiiiing sections cf tke Appropriation Dili read
I and passed with few atiiendnieiits.
, Bill passed second reading as amended.
' Comniittce rose aud Chairman reported the pas
! sage of the Appropriation Bill on its second rem li tig.
! Motion to engross the bill put and carried.
HAWAII AF4 RICE!
(nolle and lAtra.
Fr ?ale ia ioantltle to auit by A. . CLKOI10RX,
jy Arrnt Honolulu Kiee Mill.
' UAWAIIAN LEATHER!
, saddle Leather, and Tanned Coat Ski
A i CLUGIIORS, Aenl Walwea Tanner
a T "T n 1 io - a f- t
11.CL ltfe I I Lli III. l
DURHAM ROBINSON, Proprietor.
lll-l.l ItKsl'KfXKI l.l.l I .vi
l.ts frten.1. an.1 th. piil uc Ih.l b ia folly r psjrd lo
errv mi tfti. bo:i on Ih- n-t apprned n le, and rc.rrt.
I ful;y a-4-il a .hare .f patronage.
1'arnNhed Room To Let npon Reasonable
Inlcrn;ilioii il Hotel nnd Iiolaurant
a, THIS I'fU'Cl.ilTllOl sK HAS IIF.F.N
rnor-ly rwl"l. ""''r the tnanajrnienl of
r-JL MK. SIM.H1. ! ' r-r.riM In I he l.o.io..
rn.M him O. aileisl lo Ibe wauls of hia 4tlroi.s in Ui
Board, $5 per week I Rooms. $1 50per week
MtvM FROM T A.M. Till. 10 P.M.
A. MN.iMt. I'rprili.
Admin.. "' Iof icr.
M Til K (' .Ml Kit-
ml a. Ilftfllll A
... .... l
niNia ! I-.' 'e
J tl ItteJO.s. l'Hril. all Tfc.na harm
rl-.itos ariot ll.e ..
K-l.te sr. iirH i"i preaem
.1 A MIIIMN. S'liiiiii.trslor.
U-HKMUlu, ly li. I":
I !.( ,i.f I.. .!! 1 I
1 zn a mr iiit imi line n is ra -i w 1
' .ml tti..i...flM.tii. lua ii.i..utinn tu flit I Ke.LU steamer.
K. I. AI).IM!).
lirtlonrtr unl CoHtinlvUn Mrrttiant,
riRK I'KlKtK t-TOIlK,
I it It.kl.Mii'a l!ulllitt. i mrrm Street.
. S. H A it row.
1 mrrm Street. 1r trM
kahuutoiiu .irrrt. ly
M el NT V K K .
Torner Qur.11 ami Kmo:na tiveU, ll.oololu. ly
it. r. kiii. Kits.
Iiralrr la Dry Cod, Mil, &rM
rr Street. ly
t. 8. VILIM. S. C. LtI
WALK Kit i. AI.I.KV,
Shipping and (ommKslon Mrrrliaats,
cr iioNLi"Lr, 11. I. ly
K. A. SC1IAKKKK.
igrnt ef l)reUn Hu.irU of I noVrw rltrrs.
Til. V. IIKI CK.
Onrral (oinn.lslon Mertbant,
JO I! X KITSON.
Dralrrlu V.i;:es, Spirit, Ale and Tortrr.
C'M) llonolMln, ly
FORT STHKKT, HONOLULU, li. .,
CIS 0i-;te Tliwxl. I.. Ileuck's. ly
AI.KX. J. CARTWKIGHT.
foinmlvsiou Jlcrrtiant and Crurral Shipping Agent,
&S0 ilonstluln. Oabiii ly
f. liKKWKIl Si CO.
fummlvslon and Shipping Mfirliants,
601 HomoIuIh. Oafau. II. I. ly
T II KO. II . I A V I KS,
Liitu Jnninn, Grrtm if Co.)
Importer aud funiml-slon Slrrrkant,
i. I. OTPS' lc THE LIVERPOOL V.1 OERHTRITERS,
NORTHERS AiSVRAM-E COMPANY, and
BRITISH ir EOREIuy MARINE IASURJMCE CO.
fire 1'ro.if Huil.tin?, Kliuinuu and Queen Streets.
II. II.ICKPKI.I) &. CO..
Crurral omuiiIon Agruts,
KI. IIOKKi.CH lA KG Kit. . CO.,
Importers aad ('oiiiiulvdon .Mr rthaats,
Corner of Fori iiikI Mrrchaal Si reel.
K. O. II ALL. Si. SON.
Importer!! and Dealer ia Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint I, Oitl, and Oenrral Merchandise.
6S1 . Corner r'ort und Kinn St- ly
Fort Street, opposite Odd rVltna's nail. Honolulu, 11. I
Dealer In Central Merthacdise,
IIILO, HoYiii....Shi aupplied iih rerrttila at the aliorteat
Douce, on reasuiutblc tenua. UilU of exchange wanted.
G KO KG K G. HOWi:,
Deafer In CedMOod, .ortliwrt Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Sath, Blind , J'uih, Patnttt SfC
At his OIJ tand, VeX Street, on the Ksplanade. 693 ly
Laaraas. . oicaitoa.
Dealers la Lniuher and Hullding Materials.
6A0 Fori Si reel. ly
F. A. SCIIAKFKIt Si
A FONC. JL ACIICCK,
Importers. Wholesale and lie tail Dealers In General
Jlertltandise aud Chinese Coeds.
Firesrasr Store, Nwwnnn
Cndrr the fuhlic Hall.
F.I WIN JONKS.
Crocer and Ship (handler,
LAHAINA, MAI I
Money an-l lUeruita furoUhel to tbipa on Favorable Terms.
II. Km MclXTVUE Si. It HOT II KK
Crorrry, Fred Store and L'akery,
j Corner of King and Fort rttvta, Honolulu, II. I. 559 ly
JOIIN T II OS
Importer and Dealer In Ceurral 2Ierchandlse,
61 Quern ftreet, 1Ioih1u1u. ly
Is I TO It ItKKT.
fSce North west corner of yn-eu and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
M. It A I'l.KK.
Shipping and (uinutNsion Agent,
Uflice m ilh K. P. Adao-.s, Eq ,
UEE.V STREET, HONOLULU.
RKr- BT rKSMIMSIHS Tit
0 Mnrirao h. Hmilh, L". I Messrs. V. Hrewrr k Co.
Will. ( Mers. Walker Alien.
M'e. C. U Richarda k Co. E. P. Adam. K.sq: f.5Jy
A. S. CI.KUIIOltN.
Dea la Ceuera! .ilerrhandie, Fire-proof Store,
oruer Kanhsniiiiiu nnd Qween Sla,
(.PlnMita Makee'a Hlork.)
A14tail talilii.liment .n Nuuanu street, abo.e Kine.
1 T sin! Produce bought and sold. Island orders rsrefully
attend to 6vJ0 ly
IIE NF.WSl'AIKlt KCOKOA,
ToVtied Weekly Id I he Hawaiian Langnaze.
It has Ounces! cin-ul ition In the rroup, and la read both
y Uitiiau and rurei-.'iiers. Price t- year to ad
Ve. Advert i-n nl tranlail inlo llawa
iuto free of charce. Ofti.-e in oulh
13 corner of sailor Home. ly
- NKVIL.I.K ltARKKTT,
rVters and Crneral Store Keepers
KeciHika, Nh Kona. H:tsraii.near Kealakeakus Day. Island
pr-klu iNiuichu thi supplied with Wood, Beef and
other vuaries. 1
Ac-trt at Uulu. A. 8. CLKG1IORX. 6J2 ly i
lC. WATKKMAN Si. CO.,
Ceutl attenti paid to 'he inten-Ms of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnuhi ..f funds, purchase and aole of t-xchanre. Oil.
Bone, Oent .MrrrhHixliie. and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. !c Howuisp, Ja. & Co., Near Bedford
Vf. K. Porn, Kao-. lo.
J. MKaaiLt. A Co , Fun Fnmciro.
W. N. I.. !!.
Importrrand IXer In Hardware. Cutlery, Methanles'
Tools, al Igrlrollnral Implements,
a-SO Ksil Slrrrl. ly
C. L..IICH A tl)S &. CO..
Ship (handlers id Coiuu.ilnn Merchants, and
Dralen .Crneral 3!rrthaidNe,
Keep constantly on hd a full assortment of mrrchaoJlse, for
the supply of 'halers and Merchant vessels.
ti ly i
A I.I.H Av CON W A V,
Will rnnlmae the OenenMrivhandiseand hippmr buain. a
al the above ort. wl-r they are prepared to (urniah
the justly celobrs.1 Kawaihae Potatoes, aad
sucb other rvuits aa are requires
by rha ships, at the
shortest notice aod she biott rrosonahle terms.
3T" Iro -w ool o xx XX fa. 11 1 .
S J 1
Ship (handler. Dealer ICmrrsI Merrbandise, Island
I'rodarr, r., audtmndIon Merchant.
It y ratal's Ity. Hilat. S. I..
Will k.-. p cnstantly on hand riteusive arsortment of every
desi'ription of vnh4 re;rnl by stops and other.
The hirhest prii-e rl) for Island lTduce.
I T M"nry adviir .T.1 lor Hills fcvcbao at reasonahle rati-.
lltuo sta:knvai.i. m. l..
riiltln and Snrgron,
t OlBi-o t-iirn from 10 A. M. Iu 4 I'. Jt-
K. J. MOTT SMITH.
Office corner of Krt auil Hotel tflwli.
A. . Itl KKf.M. M. !..
rii)itlan and Snrreu,
orUct? ttul Uenl.li-iiCi-. AMrlcti ll"U.--. I'.m t :rrt. 62TJy
K. IIOKKMAVX. .M.II.
ri..irUa sad sargrun.
Crrr Meevhst.l na"Ka!iiiuiiia iicur r.rMwfBre. MJ ly
IMittUn, Nargfuu aud Uroarhrnr.
.rt .ut,ijrfit t K. William Furuilure Warerouais. 601 ly
joiin s. .Mci:iu:v.', m. i.,
rinlii:m nud Snrron.
Office Ovrr lr. K Jl..triiiim' brun sior cornrr of Kaahu
disiiu an-l Mrn-hHiit Ml , fiMu- tlie l'u..t Olfiee.
K'MIK!Ck k'ljifnin M , tut arm Auiinxu and fori SIm.
Uim'l Uot's Iruiu 8 to I'l A. M., stxi fruin 3 to 6 I. M.
Atlorurj and (ouarllor at Law.
Oifice on Qui-eti Mnvt, oinnwlie the Cuurt lloute, up atatrt.
v. :. JON KS.
Allot ury at l.aa and I.nnd Agent.
Will tirni-lire in all tl. Cnurts of ttie Kinslni. He
allnij the t'irruit Ciuni ia Kua;, Maui
anJ visit eillivr ( lli Island on
Orfirr oi.ix.si7 the litwt lions, on Queen Mreet.
A. F. Jl HI),
Attorney and touiiMllor at Law,
Corui-r of I'uri an.l M--ir(ini:t Street. 696 ly
JOIIN It. IATV,
Honolulu, ()3ce nt tlie Hiitik of IiNhop & Co.
I It A ItlCHAKOSON.
Iinportrr and Dcilrr in R iots, Shoes nud Cfntleiufn's
Corner of Fort and Merchant StreetM,
llO.ULLLf, 11. 1.
Coiutnlsslon Mrrrbant and Ceneral Agent,
Agent for the Paukaa and Ainauulu Sut Plantations. Im
orter of Tea and other Chinese and Foreign (ioods
and wholesale dealer iu Ilawaiinn Produce.
I u New Slotte Store, N iniaiiu Si., below Kin(.
HdliLKS Si. CO..
Ship Chandlers and 4 onimisdon Jlei tliauts,
Particular attention paid lo the purchase and sale ol Hawaiian
i efers by p-riniaion to
Messrs. C. A. Wlllimas & Co. .Messra. C. Hrewer & Co.,
Min. Castle c Cooke....... Messrs. II. ilarkfeld A: Co.,
Messrs. It. C Waterman... fiiessr. C. L. Kicharda & Co.
Dealer in Ceneral Merrbandisc,
Cttrner ILtUl aud Xntftrtu Streets, HviuAhUi. 11. 1.
Retail Iat;tblisliinent on Nnu.-tnu Street.
610 Above the Fire-proof &u.n. ly
yi. S. UK IN HA CM & CO..
Importers and hnlrsale Dealers in Fashionable j
Clothing, Hats, laps, Roots and Sliors, ,
Aud every variety of fleul emon' Suerior Furnishing Ooodi
ftore formerly occupied by . A. Aldricu,
9d Matee'm Rloek, Queen Ml. ly
C. FRKD'K PFMCtll,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Coods, .Men's Cloth
ing, Boots and Shoes, aud Yankee .otlons.
Store ou Fori Street, nenrly otosilc Messrs.
iH vuullolt & Heuck. ly
liISIIOI Si. CO.. UnuUers,
Oolee, in the east corner of Mskee's Blotk,
Kaahcmanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills 3fKxchunn on
The Bank or C'AL.roHSiA. - San Prncico
Messrs Omisskll. Mistcbs & Co., New York.
" Lkk.i tr Walleh, - - New York,
Tjikmomt National Bask. - - Boston.
iKikTAL Bank Cokpokatios. - London.
Will receive dtoos.ts.diacouut Srst-clss business paper, an,
attend to colleetine. etc. 6S0 ly
I. N. Ft.lTNER.
Continue hi oi l husiue in the fireproof buildinfr,
v KiiRhauinau Street.
rhrouometer rated by observations of the son and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to -the
oieridian of Honolulu. Particular attention Kiveuto
fine watch repviriur. r extant and quadrant
glasses silvered mid adjusted Charts and
nauticai instruments constantly ou
6 SO hand and for sale. ly
AM L S. CASTLC. J. S. ATBKBTON. A. S. COOKS.
CASTLE Ai COOKE,
Importers and Crneral Mrrehants,
Kiu4 slrrrl, oiositr the Seititteu's Chnpel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
lr. Jayne Criebrsttil F luiily Medicines,
Wheeler 4- Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New Kiiirland Mutusl Life Insurance Company,
Tlie Koh.ila uar Company, llasmu
The Haiku it.'r Conipsoy. MauL
Ths Ilswaiian Supsr Mills. Maui.
The Waialua I'uuut Plantation, Onhn.
The l.utnahai Kioe Plunt ition. Kausi. 609 le
IIILO, II . i .
Sugar and Molasses.
1ROP COMING IN AM FOR SALE IN
.J quantities to suit purchasers, by
614 ti.u WALKr.K ALLKN, Agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
V THE KOHALA s'lUAK COMPANY,
V w For sale id quantifes u suit by
CASTLE Jt COOKE.
V'" CROP. NOW COMING IN.
As For -le liy
6onm C BR KWER i Co., agents.
M AKEE P LA NTATION.
aKW CROP OF
X SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Cowing in. For 5 Is by
619 6m C. EliKWER Co.. a cents.
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
PlST OFFICK AUIKlS, r
M II.llKIt PLANTATION."
61H Bm Kuolati. Oaks.
Su;'nr nnd Molasses Crop IHfis,
OMINC IN. FOR SALE IN O.CANTI-
Tl IS to uit purchas. rs. by s
HIJ Om WALKER & AI.L. Arents.
Sutior mill 3Ioliie Crop lKG,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.CA NT I
Tl I.S to uit piuvhasira, by
til M W Al.KKR ft AH.KN, Arent.
II. I'era vsetl. I'roprielstr.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
1RUM TIMS PLANTATION FOR SAI.K
in lots to su.l purv-hasers. apply lo
ur.O. C M.LF.AX. Arent.
Cl.rLATF.I Tl SCORE FROM 1 20 3
tiJI.i- la'trv.ihi it T.v t'riHt.l."0 rnrh.
H. M. WHirNKY.
Johs Nott. eaa'L Norr.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
c:oifi:u A.l TI.'M.TI1TIIS.
raVAKK IM.KAMIt K I A NNOCNCI Sti TO
m the imlilic tliat lliry .re .rc srr,l to furtiihh ail kiod of
...irr V ork, coi.tiottnx iu irt t.f tTILL's rki rS, Soa
cum nss, won, n r, etc., etc.
AIon hand, a fall assortmrnt of Tinware,
liirlt they off -r fur Mle at Hie lowest msrkrt prices.
all kino or airaim.iiu oova witii xkatuus asu oiirTca.
OrJ r from the other IiUnJ eill meet with prompt altenikio.
Hiup cm Ks.ihui-i.na St., one door above Kliturr'. 6Jtl 6ia
v e is ij i a .li v i: l a ii t ,
Foot of .n can it Strert, o;poitr Segrlkea's Tin Shop,
. is XOW I'll K1A KEI TO TAI
-ill kiints 4.f Hlarksmilhiiiir.
K-'paira on t'srii Wsgons, Carts, e., wll
r ceive prtmpt atlentiuu. CH
is NOW IMtKI'AUKI) TO TAKE
Doot aud Shoe Makers and Dealers iu Leather and
U'A'l StrHt. btt. Xnn'imi and Mmmnkta Sis.
" TT7 Ortlera frrrfn the eHiritrtf sntMittJ anil tirotnnllv
. 9 " J ' -
.atteiuletl to ou the looat re: iable lertna. 6S ly
G. W. NORTON 6l Co.,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
I louolu I tl. II. I. 682 ly
ROBERT NEW CO MB & CO.,
iioo it-is i . ii i : i: s.
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
I'lniu it n fi Orunmenlnl It i at ding executed at short
notice aud reasonable tenua.
-g 4 luuiiin uuu i iHinvert)
er:H : . t . A ... ,
Nuuanu Street, near the Wharf ST0VKS and LEAD PIPK
always on hand. Jobbing of all kindi attended to. 612 ly
S. I 2I3.GA,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER.
CAN KB FOUND AT THE
Shop ou HOTEL STREET, near th
- - - v j resilience of llr. Wood.
All work entrusted to Mr. N011KA will
be done with neaUiess and dispatch, and
at the lowest rates. 600 ly
.JAS. A. ISUKSMCK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
' ' Continues the business
At Ms Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All wor done with care, aud orders promptly attended to.
599 CUARCKS MODKKATB. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
fi King Street, Opposite the Bethel.
Honolulu, H. I.
J. H. WICKE,
CABINET 11 A KEK,
alakka stbekt below thb theate-
Furuiture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 621 ly
JAS. Li. LEWIS,
At the Old SlnnsJ,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A Urge Stock or OIL. SIIUoKS and alt Kind of Cstops
rriug Mitler inla constantly on hand,
tie hopes by attention to business to merit a oonUooaoce of
the patronage which he lias hitherto enjoyed, and for which be
now returns his thank. 61 6m
.Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all Ue
scriptions. PLANING. SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldings of all kinds eonstantly on Hand.
HONOLULU SOAP W0EKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
rw.HE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
; k Work is prepared to supply Lis customer, and the pub-
lie in renersl, with the best quality V KI.I.OW SOA P.
SO FT SOAP nlways ott hawst.
TBI HlGHKST I'HICK PAID FOH SoAP UkKAB.
Catholic Church Premises. Honolulu,
HAVING LATELY RETURN
ew Stoek of Materials,
He i. prepared to Ilfjair
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND 1IUSIC BOXES
With promptness and lipstch. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
ManaCatturer, Importer and Dealer ia Furniture
Of Every Itesrr'nAutn.
Furniture Warer-Kim on Fort street, opposite U. D. Morgan's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel sti-et, near Fort.
N. B Orders from other iiUnds promptly attended to. 5S3-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THK CNHERSIGNKO WOCLI RK
spectfulty inform the public that he ic prepared to cast
and finish a'l kinds of brass and composition work wkh
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
7 Constantly on hand, hose coap.t?ps of the following,
sites : i, t, 1, 11, 2 and Also, oil caps and gaage. cocks.
JA.MF.S A. HOPPER,
5S9 ly Kine street.
IMPORT E R & M A N C FA C-
Tl'RKK of C-T--T
All KINDS of SADDLERY.
Carria'je Trimminy trfA Xentness and Itls-
jtatdt. .1.7 Ord-rs prinnptly attt tuled til
Comer of Fort nnd Ilstrel M reels, Honolnln.
II . Is s: T T ,
Root nnd Shoe Maker.
Halel Si.. Hatnoluln.
II . V . A A I Ii LWS,
F-rt Street, oj ;;..i thld t.Wirs' IIvl. ILmohdv.
C.ntiiio.-s In the business of repairing otar.y article
r'-Vof h uho!d use, !cils, imps,
tor Machines, Ac,
Vt ') and will contru-t M1els and small Tools, and make
ITarts i4 .M-lmiery uior.icr.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS.
Rr WILLIAM II. IIUIUY, at Lrleo.
nAVING RKCE1VF.I) A L A RG E AND FILL
stock of material, is prepared to supply hi customers
and the public, with the tscst Yellow, Urovra mnsl
While SOAP. ALSO
s-)ic .vzvi oil jso.vr,
In arye or small quantities to suit.
1. jl. Ssap crease ais-ay wante.1. POO ly
A rt'f.L ASSflRTMEXT ON IIANO.rrT-
APLK f'r lb.i;d .y r e.Miii? Pr-ents, and at rriees
tr in $lo l JIOea.1 l -l" ! H. M W HlTJitY.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY
rntllK CNOERSIGNEH HAVING BEEN
Z apiinted Acenta for Hie abore osmpaoy, be. kraTe to
ntoira the the public, that they are now prepared to iasae
M AKIN E INSURANCE POLICIES
on Caro, Freight and Treasure., to and frout all rarta of th
U U ACKFKLD A CO.
Honolulu, April i IS. 627 ly
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco, California.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
II. II. HKSKIjOW,...;.
A. J. LAU-TUN
. ....CueraJ Acaot.
.......... Pee ixtary.
C. A. LA TON,.
rVE (JXI)KRSICXKU. THE ACTIIOR-
sV ized Aceu'.s uf tins coinpany are prepared to iiiaant rtaks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits !
In Yeel 'ithcr in tlte Foreign
Trade. Will issua
Fire and Marine Time Policies
Coverinc rUk on Public BuiMtac, rtores. Dwell ir.c Iloasea,
Furniture, and Uoud In store, and on Hull of Vessels not
rating lower lhau A. Z.
Losses firumptty wljxsltd Uvl jviM in U. S.
Gold Coin. ...
N. B. Policies furnished at once without the delay of fbr
wardius app'fration to i-an FranciM.
For rate of premium and particular apply to
g-7 It I1I8I10P ft Co. Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rVHE (TN.HERSIGNEU, HAVING BEEN
M. Apointed A cent of the abore Coo.pany, are prepared
to insure rilks acainat Fire on Stone and trick Ilaiklincs,
and on Merchandise stored therein, cu most favorable terns.
For particulars apply at tbe office of
r. a. BcnAEn.a - co.
Hopoiulu, May 4.18C3. 684 ly
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
National Insurance Company,
OfBce, No. 408 Moutgouiery Street, near California.
XtARIXE INSURANCE non II nils. Car-
i." M coes. Treasure, Commisxiotis, Prottts, and other subjects
of Marine Insurance, to aud frota aU ports tn the world. inand
MAUINK RISKS on Coasters. Also, oo Freicbt, Cargo, tc.,
to and from all mter-Ulaud ports insured asainat.
FI li K I N tf C H A NC K u xm Build iocs, M erchandiae, Furuitm e.
Kects, Visoel ia Part aod their Cargoes, aod other InsarabSs
CiriT IL, (PUD TP) 0E UILU0. D0LL.ISS.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid 1b re1 ted States
WILLIAM PIERCE, . President.
P. W. C. THOMPeOX, Vice-President.
W. W. WIGGINS, , . Secretary.
AMOS XOYES, . . . t. . . . MartD USoer.
Exeeutma Committee i
ALBERT DIBBLEK, Chairman. JOS. A. DOXOUOE. R. O.
SNEATU. JOHN O. BRAT. ABAAM BLOCK.
N. R. Particular attention to Fire Insurance on Dweliints,
Churches, Furniture, Ac
' C. BREWER Si. C:. A (ents,
605 6m HsaobAla.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDIXllURGIf.
ESTABLISHED, 1809..'. '
C A PITA L.... - .D .OOO.OOO
Arc mutilated an4 Invested Fasd, 2,jO,U0
raMiE UNDERSIGNED II AVE BEEN AP
M. PuINTKU AUENTik r the Sandwich UUtds, aod are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken ia any part of the Islands eo Wooden Baildiocs,
aod Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Ii oases and Furni
ture, 1 irobcr. Coals, Ships in harbor with or wit hoot cargoes or
ooder repair. 617 ly fcD. U JFFaCBLAKQKB, ft CO.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rjVHE UNDERSIGNED nAVING BEEX
M appointed agents for the San Francisco Board of Under
The California Insurance Corapaajr,
The 3Xetcbants Mutual Marine Iisuraaee,
Tbe Pacific Insurance Company,
The California Lloyds, and
The Home .Mutual Insurance Company.
Bee leave to inform Masters of Teasels aad the paMie feder
ally that all losses sustained on YK.-ELS aod CARtHKS
insured by either of the alore Companies acainat peril of ut
seas ami other risks, at or Dear the ssodTtcn Islands, a ill bara
to be verified by them.
61T 3m II. H ACKFELD ft Co.
MARINE "INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF frnii Francisco.
TV HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
aptiointnl acents for the above Company, be; leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to assue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT ant TREASURE.
690 ly WALKER ft ALLEN.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OK THE'
atave Company, have beea authorised to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of Ut Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
67S ly H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMFY
milE UNDERSIGNED. AGENT FOR THE
a above Conany, has recently received instructions to re.
dace the lUteof Premium oa Stone and Br'ick BuiUinrt aad on
Merchandise stored therein, and Is now prepared to issue poli
cies 00 more favorable terms than heretofore-
Risks taken ou Buildings Machinery. Ac on Purar Planta
tions. TUEU. H. DA VIES,
9S-ly a sent.
KING STREET. HONOLULU.
WAIMANALO MARKET. .
HONOLULU, H. I-,
Kinff Street, opposite the BetheL 69 ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
k. 11. noY.
Choicest MeaU from finest herds, rooltry. Fish, Vegetables
A-c, furnishet to order. 14 ly
a ND OTHERS BOUND TO SEA AND IN
want of rrsittnr matter, ran find a targe supply of
lUuittratetl Papers. Magazines and IkkJiS.
AT WHITNEY'S BOOKSTORE. FileaofHas,
per's M eekiy, Leslie's and otlier illurtrated papers, foi o or 13 .
month back, on band aad foe sale cheap. w
Maj) of, tlie Sand-.
"vviclx Islands. - .
rav.11 E ONLY CORRECT MAP OF THESE
I Isl.tnds is that of L. S- Exploring Ejcpe.liCn, mH
lished by tire American Government. Every la rater a ho srm
an arre of cmqikI. erery captain who esanmaads a coaster, ev
ery traveler ho wants to find correct names aad distances, and
every intleman who desire to be posted a p about tlte (roup
should possess a copy of it. . ' !"
A f- w copies left, price 2.00 eaoK -
For sale at lbe BOOKSTOa ft.
Not Always Obtainable.
LADIES' CHOICE PORTFOLIOS, ys-rrest
Sise. ' . .
Mahoeany and Rosewood Writing IleiXs,
Boxes Mathematical Instruments, -Os
horn's Water Colors, Thermaert, "
Chess and Cberker Btanls aad Men,
Numerical Frames for Children. .
Ou Uab4 aad For Sale by
.11 M. XrrTNKv