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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ? ISLANDS, JUNE 11, 1870.
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VOL.X1V. .No. SO. W HOLE N. 7 33.
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1 4 W.
SESSION OF 18 TO.
Friday, Jano 3rd.
The Aeaemblj met at the uaaal hour.
The Committee on Gvrrjnexit Lands and In-
rrul Improvements reported back evernl of tlte
Aetitiona asking for appropriations, and recom-
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iijQb'y iu connection wirh the Appropriation
.Jilt The amount naked for wan $50,000
Lr. Hutchison ('linister of the Interior), pre
oUid a r--4rt fro j 3Ir. SteIinsr on the eanrey
t lit i'ait ui rsautua. witn tt.r; deaizn of a new
ah rial. ilr. te:lioz reprled that a road
ui table for tlx frpuee reruirr-d, could not be
3a for ietxi tbau oO.OOO, and rjcrliapx a treat
, leal more. K-;x.rf orUereU to be pnr tetl.
S lbilirc ( Attoney Geneial) introduced the
mlowipg rcnointtn :
ti "A Rrolrrd That all petitions and orders, and
1jlatioiw relatrre tu tlte ey of die police, eLall
lm- j? transferred from the Coinuiitt bavin? tbe
I Lrue in cbarr-, or taken from the table, if now
train the table, and referred to r. Srecial Com-
fi Inicteeof which the President of the LeeialatiTe
T .a rB '
Uiweiablj ebau be tue cuairutan. lue vice
j'riJe&c appointed P. Nabaolelua, J. O. Domi-
iiiioikefhuehu and W.
I. Hice buco (Jommittee.
Mr. Kaiue rmd fur the first time, an Act to
I mend Article 20 of the Constitution, rrohibitiner
kajr Ja'lea from uitting in the Aaeexnblj.
Jlr. IluU?IiliJn .llDleu.T oi lite micrior
icted to the way tbe amendment waa brought
jrwanl. as it waa contrary to tbe proTiiuona of
ilr. Kaukalia did not agree with tbe Minister.
A ni'tin to reject was put and lost, and tbe
till poaeed to its aecond reuJing.
i Mr. Lyons thought it out of order to put the
Lotion t reject, as tbe amendment propped was
' ol tiourii lorwaru in ir.e rigru siiajv. n io
ii fiivor of returning t!ie bill, that tlte introducer
lma.j trini; the amendment forward in tlie shape
(of a resolution.
On motion of Mr. Lyons, tbe bill was returned
V the introducer, to be produced in tbe form of a
Mr. Ilitcltcork gave notice of several bills.
Mr. Xaakana introduced a resolution that the
members of the Assembly visit the U. S. steamer
Sujmaur to-morrow at o P. M. in a manner be
coming their position.
Mr. Kuapuu moved to amend to to-day.
Mr. Kaiue moved to amend by having the
member from Waialua and Waiinea visit the
Towel themselves. Resolution rejected.
Mr. Kepoikai read for tbe tret time a bill
amending Section C7 of the Civil Code, in relation
.rv .e Mle or awa. ITill passea to its scoona
l oe House rrocceued to the order or the dav.
which was tiie Arpropriation Bill, on its second
M.ourt Ilooae and Lock op at Waimea. $10
After considerable debate the item roused at
inc!nmng and enlarging the new Jan at HiVo ...
htociin Uurt Hotue lot at II Jo ..............
IFurni.u. Court House at Moluaai ..............
J.w Uovernmeul Oinces 00,000
Mr. Komoikeebuehu was opposed to tbe item
as it was very large, and wanted to know from
the Minister of the Interior bow this amount was
to be expended. It was as much as was a p pro
pria tea tor a palace.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of tbe Interior) said
it was for Government Offices, where all Gov
ernment work would be concentrated, and where
a Hall of Legislature, and various otlter things
oonnected with the Government would bo es
tablished. Mr. Hitchcock moved to amend to $40,000,
provided no transfers be made tberelrom.
Mr. Lvon was in favor of the item at 60,000,
ib it was a kind of a guarantee from the Minis
ters that die amount set forth in the Appropria
tion Bill, would be sufficient for the erection of
the proposed Government Ucice.
Item poaeed at $00,000.
Support of priaooera $9,000 paaard
McrDineDt prinung ............ ............. 1J,000
Mr. Lyons moved to amend to $8,000 and
tated that be did not speak from personal motives,
as be was not in anv way interested in any print-
in? offices or newspapers. He did not believe in
the Government (Jazttte, or in an expenditure of
rjfalar-e amount for a Director lor tue paper, as
DJ all tho Gazette was published for was for sake of
1 tlie Ministry, that they might use it as an organ
i-i aiiint th r rvtKition tioTtv. whicn exists in
R every country. He was or potted to the Govern
ment running oppsttion to private enterprise, as
lid tho Gazette otiice, and whose deficiency was
made up by the treasury. If other papers were
'I lout tue auijunt waa maueunoy private inuiviuucia,
r jaud jet this Government office runs in opposition
Uo private individuals by reducing tbe prices of
t lnrinting 25 per cent.
air. xiaiCDiaoii (Jiiawcr u luc xuvcrwvf wmuu
ckaowIelge tlutt Mr. Ljooa bad no pecuniary inter
est ia any fintiag office or newspaper in Honolulu ;
tat b 4uentioul whether Mr. Ljoua mind bad not
Ua ti:uexl by leing oonuected in tUe editorial man
agement of a newspaper. lie thought be was biased.
1U aaid it was a very important matter, and that
Sl.ix was alt4uttly neceary for the carry ins
" of the two Uovernmeut papers, and it aoyUiiDg
teia is appropriated the public office would have to be
(ant up. and if these two papers are withdraw a tbe
independence of tbese laUads will be gone, and if
this Kin cetsed to rule, tbe native portion of this
AjaemUy would not be here to leguuate. Tbe Oov
ernment did not want to publish any newspaper, but
Wr (urced to publish the GaxtLU, as they eould
niake no satisfactory arrangement with other puUih
ers ia town, which was tried by Judge Robertson. A
member of the Assembly win ted a native newspaper
published, and now a circulation of 2.600 copies of
tbe Ji Otoa is Uistribated among the people, and to
many the paper is distributed gratuitously, and there
is now $d,uou on the books nominally due to the Jlu
Okoa, which can net be collected, as the natives say
they are hard up, and of coarse we won't proceed to
recover this money according to law, as the money
was appropriated by the Legislature- All rovern-
t I menu have subsidized presses. They may not be
directly subsidized, but through giving such papers a
S&ajority of their printing. A Government paper
lu needed more here than in any other part of the
Any one had a right to oppose tbe ministry, but It
as carried farther than that in this city by a certain
aesspaper. Thej have tried for years to bring the
King into disrepute and ridicule, which items were
copied far and wide, and this paper compared His
Majesty to King Dahomey at one time (but it was
darinz the absence of the editor. 1 There were mane
letters publiahed in this paper with slurs on the King,
ui ma name was not puouahetf. In the case where
iiajewy gave party at WaikiH for the Daks of
Ediaborgh, the article in this paper was very similar
to that contained in tbe OvtrUnd Monlkiv, which
ueatt in innuendoes that the ladies were only waiting
tar the darkness to come on to enable them to prostw
tate tkemaelves, and that was published also. (Mr.
Ljooa said he had read the article, and did not draw
any sack conclusion, bat if the Minister thought
otherwise; it was a ease of M evil be to him, who evil
think.") Mr. Hatehiaon said be did not speak of
the idea the editor intended to give, but the unpres-
j - wa.w iruuj me arucie. lie euea tbese in
I stances to show that the paper was net as loyal as It
1 preuaded to be. J ,
rUt-Jtd not this Assembly cared whether
" atuiwj or iAe oovernmeat got the money for
printing. He did not see tbe injustice of the Govern
ment printing office, and it was established before
these other printing offices. In regard to reduction
in prices, he stated that the former business manager
of the Gaztll had an established set of prices for
work with Mr. Whitney, which he violated and
hence the reduction in our prices. He told the As
sembly if the two Government papers were suppressed
they would be powerless. He asked for $12,000 in
order to make tbe Government independent of tbe
two opposition papers, now existing, which would not
assist them in the maintenance of their liberty in the
least, but would use their best efforts to dethrone the
King, and overthrow the Government.
Mr. Thompson spoke in favor of tbe amend
ment, and fcaid that if the Ministry felt no anx
ious in regard to the person of the King, and tbe
overthrow of tlte Government, they could Btop
these articles, if treasonable and libellous, by pro
visions in tbe Constitution and the laws. If any
paper abused tbe King, tbe Constitution provided
for that, and tbe Ministry could come on tho pub
lisher of the paper for articles that were libellous.
He did not favor tbe expenditure of the public
money for the maintenance of an organ to shelter
tbe acts of Ministers in enterprises under color of
Mr. Kaukaba favored tbe amendment of $8,000,
and endorsed tbe last speaker's remarks in regard
to attacks upon tbe King, which tended to bring
him into disrepute. We feel more for the King,
and the Ministers are to blame if such a condition
of things exists as represented by tbe Minister of
tbe Interior. He blamed the Ministry for not
suing for tbe $8,000 due the Au (Jkua. He
thought the Government papers ought to support
themselves as other papers in this country do,
and urged $S,000,as tliat was in every way suffi
cient for Government printing. As for tbe inde
pendence of tbe country, lie was not afraid of
anything that might happen to it.
5lr. Smith (Minister of Finance) said if it were
possible to carry on the Government printing, and
tbe support of the King and Government, through
private enterprise, be would gladly do it, but
under the circumstances, he favored tbe passage
of the item at $12,000. Tbe question was
whether this Assembly was willing to support
two Government newspapers or not. and the mem
bers from Kohalaand Honolulu knew well enough
that $8,000. would not support two newspapers,
and uo one would do the Government printing for
$8,000. Some one said the appropriation was
for Government printing, and not tor newspapers.
And that in bis opinion $12,000 was too little t4
support these papers, and that tbe appropriation
did not pay for more than one-third the expense
of the establishment, tbe balauce of which was
made up from private subscription, and if the As
sembly cut down tlte appropriation, and threw the
Government papers more upon the public, it was
an anwise policy. He said that the Kuokoa was
supported by tbe American Board. Mr. Lyons
asked how much. Tbe Minister stated be could
not tell exactly bow much. Tbe speaker spoke
at length on this question, and thought tbe Gov
ernment papers were for tbe defense of the Legis
lature and tbe people against tbe opinions of
England, America, China and Japan which are
caused by these opposition papers. The great
poha to tbe Government was tbe Au. OkoarrhicL1
if tlte Assembly wished to stop, be would say
amen. Tbe reduction spoken ot in job-work by
tbe Government press was for tbe sake of obtain
ing funds to carry on tbe paper, and was done
more as an offer than matter of practice. Tbe
speaker quoted from the Punchbowl an article on
the Assembly, which he considered outrageous,
and held it up as a sample of tbe independent
Mr. Lyons, in reply to tbe last speaker, said
the question now before the House baa come to be
a personal matter between tbe Government and
Mr. Whitney, and the article quoted was nothing
at all. If tbe independence is established upon
a false principle, is it not right to correct tbe
evil, and would it not be more strengthening to
the independence of the Kingdom ? Tbe fact of
the establishment of the Gazette tends to weaken
the Government, as it brings the Government
into all little disputes. If there were such cor
respondence going abroad, why was there not cor
respondents on both sides? If the item passed at
$8,000 tbe Ministers would make up the balance
themselves ; if they did not, they were very foolish.
Government printing, $12,000, passed by yote
of 28 ayes to 10 nays.
Sattrdat, June 4th. '
Tbe Committee on Government Lands and In
ternal Improvements reported favorably on peti
tions from Kau, praying for $2,000 for a road in
Kau, and for buoys, dtc.
Mr. Kapihe introduced a resolution that the
prisoners be fed with beef instead of salmon, as
the latter waa much more costly. Kuled out of
Mr. Bice gave notice of a bill constituting a
District Judge in tbe district of Anahola, Kauai.
Mr. -Kaiue introduced a resolution to amend
Article 20 of tbe Constitution, by striking out
words ' Court of Record," so as to read distinctly
that no judge shall sit in tlte Assembly. The
resolution was made the order of the day fur
ORDER OF THE DAT.
. A bill to designate the owners of wild cattle, on
its second reading. This law makes all unbranded
wild cattle tbe property of the owner of the land
'on which they are running. Tbe bill was read a
second time, and after considerable debate, refer
red to the Judiciary Committee.
Moxdat, June Ctb.
Mr. Hitchcock read for the first time the fol
lowing bills :
An Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to
amend Chapter 10 of the Civil Code, and to regu
late the Bureau of Public Instruction. Bill or
dered to be printed.
"An Act to prohibit the keepers of coffee, victu
aling, liquor saloons, and bowling alleys from
allowing school children to frequent their estab
lishments between the hours of sunrise and dark.
Bill ordered to be printed.
An Act to regulate independent schools while
in session, and the qualification of teachers. Bill
ordered to be printed.
An Act to establish hospitals on the Islands of
Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai, and to establish a
hospital fund. Bui ordered to be printed
- Mr. Jodd cave notice of a bill grantinz
granting a per
manent settlement on Queen K".iMT1. ot $4,000
per annnm. The rules were suspended and tbe
bill was read a first time and passed to its second
reading ;. tbe rales were again suspended, and the
bill was read a second time, and ordered to be en-
Mr. Bice read for the first time an Act to es
tablish a District Judge in the district of Anahola,
Kauai . BUI passed to its second reading.
Mr. Kepoikai gave notice of an Act amending
Sections 763 to 775 inclusive of the Civil Code.
Mr. Martin introduced a resolution that the
sum of $300 be inserted in the Appropriation
BUI, to be paid to Mrs. B. Brown, for services
rendered in taking care of sick and 'destitute
children and furnishing medicine, to., as baa been
her practice for the past four years, and spoke
strongly in favor of the resolution.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) was
free to acknowledge the great good done by Mrs.
Brown, sad thought her example worthy of emu
lation by many ot oar foreign residents, bat was
-opposed to the appropriation. The . speaker
thought there was plenty of time for making an
appropriation when Mrs. B. asked for aid.
Mr. Abolo waa in favor of referring the resolu
tion to a committee.
Mr. Kaukaha was opposed to tbe resolution, as
be did not believe in appropriating public moneys
for such purposes, yet he appreciated all of the
lady's kind acts. . -
Mr. Phillips (Attorney General) moved to refer
tbe resolution to tbe Sanitary Cjmmitte. Motion
Mr. Hitchcock gave notice of a bill relative to
Mr. Kaukaha introduced a resolution that the
debataou the labor question be closed at 2 P. M.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) moved
to amend by having tbe debate close to-day, with
out any reference to the hour.
Mr. Thompson moved to close, the debate on
Friday next, as he intended to Bpeak himself at
some length, and in bis opinion the House had
not yet come to any definite conclusion in regard
to the biU.
Mr. Thompson His remarks will be found on
tbe inside of this paper.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) I call
the gentleman to order. If the member from
Honolulu wishes to indulge in personalities, as he
has intimated he might, 1 will be very glad to re
ply to him by and bv, but if he abuses bis right
so far as to call the Minister of ForeigrwRelations
an open and avowed liar I call him to order, and
wish you Mr. Chairman, to make him take his
seat. Mr. Thompson I have the floor. Great
On motion of Mr. Judd the committee rose in
order that the President might order the Sergeant-at-Arms
to bring back absent members to the
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) there
was a limit to even personal arguments ; and
when another called one a liar, that was about
the limit tbe debate ought to go to, but if such is
to be allowed by the House, well and good, we
will probably come to a fistic engagement, and if
any man calls mo a liar 111 step over and knock
Mr. Thompson. I'll lie pleased to retaliate.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) said
that unfortunately he was absent when the words
were uttered by Mr. Thompson charging him
(Mr. II.) with a deliberate falsehood, and ssked
Mr. Thompson if be would please repeat them.
Mr. Thompson repeated tbe last sentence of his
remarks, to which Mr Hutchison took exceptions.
Mr. Hutchisou (Minister of tbe Interior) I un
derstood the member from Honolulu to state that
the Minister of Foreign Relations told a deliberate
Mr. Thompson said that he used words some
thing similar ; and he understood this Minister's
reflections on him were stronger than that and were
very highly colored.
Mr. Lyons stated that he wished tbe speakers in
the House to conclude at every sentence, and let
the interpreter interpret.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) said
he thought it strange that the member from Ho
nolulu did not give his remarks in Hawaiian.
Mr. Thompson said be would do it cheerfully,
but the present was a dialogue between himself
and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and it would
hardly be becoming in him to interpret on a
auestion he felt so strong about, but wished it an
erstood that be did not flinch from one word
uttered by him.
. Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) said
be was sorry that anything of this nature had
happened. And asked the member from Honolulu
(Mr. Thompson) if be would produce the contract
spoken of and alluded to.
Mr. Thompson said be unfortunately did not
have the contract, but would have it before the
House at bis earliest convenience.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affaire) asked
the Secretary if he did not request to have the
contract placed upon the table. The Secretary
replied that he asked Mr. Thompson if tbe con
tract was on the table, and be answered in the
Mr. Lyons said he had a memoranda which be
had drawn from the contract, which he would
give Mr. Harris for bis consideration.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) no we
don't go on memorandas in this House. My
friend has chosen to arraign me before this coun
try, and 1 will surely arraign him. The other
side of the House can talk as much as they please,
and write in tbe newspapers, but I will not stoop
to notice any such things, as it is not becoming to
the office I have the honor to hold under the Gov
ernment. I will not Btoop so low as to call the
member from Honolulu a liar, but will let facts
speak for themselves. I never intimated that the
member from Honolulu did misrepresent anything
wilfully, as I have always held tho highest opin
ion of and spoke of him as a young man of prom
ise, and he regretted to see the actions of a young
man whom be had always befriended, and that he
should reward him in return in that way. '
Mr. Boyd moved that the committee rise.
After considerable debate as to whether the mo
tion was in order, the committee rose and the
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Csmmlssloa Merchant tad General Shipping igent,
8S Haaalalu. Oaha. ly
Dealer la Wines, Spirits, Ale ant! Porter.
. Hoieliriau ' 1y
Dealert la Lumber and Building Materials,
Fan Street. ly
u- III. C. UEUCK,
General Commission Merchant.
Fan Street. ly
II. E. MclNTIRE tt BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery,
Corner of King and Port Straet. Honolulu, O. I. 095 ly
IV. L. GREEN,
General Commission igtnt and Broker,
QUZSt STREET, 68 1,1 HOIfOLVLU.
FISCHER ft ROTH,
Voet Street, eppoait Odd Frllow'a Hall. Hoootulu, H. I.
i 72 ly
E. O. I1ALX. k SON,
Importers and Dealers In Uardware, Dry Goods,
Paint t, OiU, od Genera MtreMamdit.
. TOO - Comer fort and King fits. , lj
WALKER at 1LLK,
Skipping ' and Co am Mian Merchant,
68 HONOLULU, H. X.
TV7. NEW CO MB.
Offlo corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
S. B. DOLE,
literacy, at Law.
es avrr Richard' Star; earner Fort end Merchant
ED. UOFFSCHLAEGEtt CO..
Importersand Commission Merchants,
Corser fForl .! Aferehasit Streets.
and Ship Chandler.
- ,1AHAUIA, MALL'
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships on Favorable Terms.
MeCOLG AN - tt JOHNSON,
I 'FORT STR EET, HONOLULU, H.I,
7i4 Opposite Theed. C. rjrack's. - ly '
W. HUMPH RET S,
Importer and If holesale Dealer In Wines, Spirits,
Aie and Porter, etc.. etc.,
729 MERCHANT STRKKT. HONOLCtC, H. I. ly
W. C. CBi-LiMKL. H. .. BLUMS.
CII ALL AM EL. Jit CO..
Importers and Dealers In Wines, Spirits,' Ales, &c,
Ho. 8 NUUlXU'sfREET,
729 Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
AFOXG St A CHUCK,
Importers. Wholesale and R!U Dealers In Central
Merchandise had Chies (io?.
Ir -'-proof Slre,
UtJertu Public Hall.
M. S. GRIN'BACM ft. CO..
Importer? and Wholesale Dealers lu Fashionable
. Clothing, litis, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And every mriety of GcntleniKn's Bojie-icr Famishing Qodu
fekire formerly occupied by 'V. A. Ahincn,
Aa,'.c' Block, (-i.cen tt.
J. M. WHITNfiV, D. O. S.,
Orr.cs otku Da. HorvaANs's Dbuo Stobk,
CORNER OF KJlIIUMANU AXD StERCHANT STS.
091 Office hours from 9 a. M. till 2 p. u. ly
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
' Oifice on Queen Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
L M N G 11 4 M St. CO.,
IMPOKTKR3 ASD DKALKRJ 19
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and
ana beuerai sierenanaise,
727 As. OS KING STREET, HONOLULU. ly
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Oats,
Men's Fnrnlsblug and Fancy Goods,
ftp. A MERCHANT ST-, (727 6m) HONOLULU?
Li. Lw TORBERT,
Dealer In all kinds or Building Materials,
Paint atj Oil, Walt Paper, Window and Picture Qlam,
HaMk, Blind; IJoort, tfC, i, c.
OrriCK No. 20 Esi-lamadh, (727 ly) Ofpusitb Codbt Hocsb
G . DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice In all the Courts of the Kingdom, in both English
and Hawaiian laaguagea.
092 OJfic on Queen Street, oppotite the Court Home.
Importer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing
Furnishing Goods, Perfumery, &e.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
723 HONOLULU. H. I ly
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
720 Queen Street, Honolulu. 1
E. HOFFMANN, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Carner Merchant and Kaahumana sU., near Postoffice.
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort street, three doors below Merchant Streets.
C. BREWER Si CO.
. Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 Honolulu. Oahu II. I.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand afull assortment of mercliandise, for
tbe lupply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
a. r. adams. a. e. wildbb.
ADAMS St WILDER,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
FIRE PROOF STORE,
la Robiaaon'a Building, Q,ueea Street,
TIIE NEWSPAPER KUOKOA,
Published Weekly in the Hawaiian Language.
Ithaa the largest circulation in the group, and Is read both
by Hawaiian and Foreigners. Price $2 a year ia ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Post Office.
CHULAN St BROTHER,
IMPORTERS OP AMD DBAI.EB3 IS
China Goods of all Descriptions, and In all kinds of
Also, constantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
694 NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuuanu Streets, Honolulu, 11. 1.
Retail Establishment on Nnuann Street. -
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
(Jue'tn Street, Honolulu.
urns BV PCBMISSIOB TO
Messrs. O. A. Williams & Co. I Messrs. C. Brewer A Co.,
Mesrrs. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. II . Hackfeld A Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards A Co. It. C Waterman, Esq.
II V M A N St BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FCRNISHINQ GOODS,
Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Motions, tc, so .
Capt. Snow't Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (723 ly) HONOLULU.
W. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WUI practice Id all the Courts of tbe Kingdom. Be will
attend the Circuit Court in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those Islands oo
eo Office near the Court House. , y
TIIEO. H DA VIES.
(Lute Jauion, Green If Co.)
Importer and Commission, Merchant,
LLOYDS lr THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH 4- FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahuraauo and Queen Street
JOHN S. RleGREW, M. D., ,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, (Store formerly oocn-
pled by J. P. Hughes. Saddler.)
RssiDxacB Chaplain St-, oetween Nuuanv and Fort Stt
Orrica Hoc an From 8 to 10 A. M., and from 0 to 6 P. M.
. . - 728-ly
ALLEN St CHILLINGWORTII,
Will conUnas the General Merchandise and 8h!pplag business
at the above port, wbere they are prepared to furnish
J the justly celebrated Kawalhae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on ths most resaonable terms.
3?" i. x- o XTcr o o crl on Band.
BISHOP St CO., Banker.
Offlee. In the east corner of Makee's Block,
Kaahamaaa street, Honolulu.
J llCprw Bills of Exchange on , ' J
W IS The Bak or C alifobma, - Ban Francisco
iucHn, &mu w " - - J
Trcjiost Natiosal Babe, - - Boston.
Obiistal Bask Cospobatios. - London, and its
Branches ia Sydney and Melbourne. " ' ;
Babk or Naw Zbalabd, - - Auckland. H.Z..
Messrs. Mjlrcuard, Abdbb A Co., Pari. .
Agent Pactpio Lbscbabcb Co. and Mabhattab Lira Ibsvb
asob Co. - 680 ly
BAST. . CASTLB. S. ATBBBTOB. A. a. COOBB. '
CASTLE A- COOKE,
Importers and General Merchants, ,t
Klag street, apposite tbe Seantea's Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynea Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler Wilson' Sewing Machine.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,' '
The Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii. ( ,
The Haiku Sugar Company, MauL
. Tho Hawaiian Sugar Miila, Maal.
The Waialua Sogai Plan tattoo, Oahu.
The Lumahai Rice Plantation. Kaaal 710 ly r
D. . FLITXER,
Continues his old bnsiness in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the inn and stars
with a transit Instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention riven to
tine watch repairing. Bextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
680 band and for sate. ly
D C. WATERMAN Jfc CO..
ICspecial attention paid to tbe interests of the Whaong Fleet by '
the furnishing of hi mis, purchase and sale of fixch.inpe. Oil,
Bone, General Merchand-s?, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Iaao HotrLiko, Ja. & Co., New Bedford
W. O. E. Popb. Ls., do.
J. C. M uuu & Co , San t'racrisco
Ship Chf.sd'?r, Dealer In GeneralMfrrhandlse, Island
Prtsee, &r., sad Commission .Merchant.
liy rots' Ilay, Hilo. S I..
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of good required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
Xy Money advauced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
For the North Pacific.
JTJAVING 17EEN FOR TWEXTT YEARS
Established in this City as Agent
Leading American and European
Ulagaziiics and Xcvrspaiier !
Enjoying Unrivalled Futilities for Supplying Sub
scribers at Less Cost and icilh greater regu
larity than they, can' obtain their
Perioilicals through any
The undersigned solicits the continuance of the patronage of
his friends and patrons, who will be served with promptness
and entire satisfaction, even in the smallest matters. '
By the steam line NEW YORK ANI LONDON PUBLI
CATIONS will be furnished to subscribers
Wlllsia SO to 40 lay from tbe date el
And at prices that barely cover the coht of the subscription and
IMtages thereon. Notwithstanding tbe increase of American
'postage, I shall continue to supply toy subscribers at the old
A discount of 10 per cent, from the schedule prices will be
allowed, where over twenty dollars' worth of periodicals are
subscribed for at one time und paid for in advance.
As the American and Hawaiian postages now amount to four
cents oo a single paper, or $2 09 per annum, iersous who have
heretofore obtained their periodicals by mail direct to their ad
dress, will find it to their interest to obtain thera through this
Papers Delivered Free of Postage or other Charges
in any part of the Group.
j Back numbers of the leading Msgaxines, also of Harper's
weekly, Leslie's illustrated and tne London Mews always on
hand, files made up at short notice foi wlialemen and trav
Subscriptions Payable Alwaysin Advance
New York Herald,
r.. ....... ..Per Annum.,
. 6 00
" " Tribune
Boston Journal. ..........................
Boston Ad vert iser. ........................
New York Ledger, (a Story Family Paper)..
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,(weekly). ........... 600
Harpers Weekly, ............... 0 00
San Francisco Weeklies, each
Applet on s Weekly Journal
New York Courier des Etats Cnis.
" ' Zeituug (Uerman)
San Francisco French Courier. . . . . .
Leslie's Budget of Fun (monthly)..
The Irish American. ..............
The Nation, weekly ........ ......
The American Agriculturist. .......
The Scientific American ...........
Chimney Corner. .................
New York Olwerver. .... ..........
New York Evangelist.............
. 8 00
. 2 60
. 4 00
. 6 00
New York Independent.
Hearth and Hume
Harper's Monthly Magazine, ...............f S 00
Atlantic Monthly Magaaine, .
Oodey's Lady's "
Leslie's Magazine of Fashion,....
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine,...
Eclectic " ...
Black wood's Magazine..........
London Cornhill Magazine.......
London Society " ......
Blackwood and the 4 British Quarterlies, 16 00
Either one of the 4 British Quarterlies.............. 4 00
London Art Journal............ .................. .14 00
Good Words 4 00
Oar Young Folks 3 00
Demorest's Magazine of Fashion......... 6 00
Liilell's Living Age 0 0o
All the Year Round 6 00
The Galaxy (semi-monthly)..... 6 00
North American Review, (Quarterly)....... ........ 6 00
Hours at Home 4 00
Overland Monthly 6 00
Athar's Home Magazine . ........................ S 00
London Illustrated Ne ws, ( weekly,) ...$14 00
Punch, (weekly) 8 00
Despatch, 13 00
" Pall Mall Gazette 13 00
Saturday Review 13 00
The Examiner, 13 00
London Weekly Times, 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, 10 00
XT All subscriptions for Six Months will be charged 60 cents
The above list comprises the best of British and American
periodical literature. They are regularly received by each
packet from the United States, and can be supplied on
application. The undersigned willalsoorderby mail any pars
not in the above list forthose who may desire them.
Beside tbe above, the following papers can al way be bad at
the counter on the arrival of each mail :
Oregon papers, New Bedford papers,
Cincinnati papers, California papers,
Maine papers, Worcester papers,
Kansas papers. Boston papers,
. And many others,toonumcioustospectfy.
. The following: are received by Express regularly, and geoer
ally In advance of the mail. They will be forwarded to sub
scribers by me, alt pottaytt prepaid, at tbe annexed terms .
Weekly Bulletin........... $8 per annum
Alta, 6 . "
Sacramento Union...... 6 "
rf . B. The undersigned has an agent In 3aa Francisco, to
secure and forward tbe above papers, which are often put on
board after the vessels are under sail, without regard to ex
pense, thus enabling cubscribers to obtain their papers loeni
promptly than in any other way.
, H. M. WHITNEY.
MR. A. H. HAVELL,
Piano Forte Maker, Organ Builder
.) ,. AMD '
MAXITACaTSEK OF DAEMOiirJIS,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO
state that he
& I ."- Tmbm bb Repairs
Having a large stock of Jones' Patent Felt, the various kinds
of Leather, Cloth, Wire, Arc., used In making Pianos, ho can,
by Ue-stringing, Felting, a.c, restore old Instruments, and
make them equal to wbeu new. Mr. H. Tune oo tbe perfect
teoierament, being tbe meet agreeable division (or Singing,
and brilliant for Playing. His Charge are moderate, and
Order left with Mr. F1SU CR, Cabinet Maker, Hotel street, or
at Mr. UAVELL'3 RESIDENCE, 121 NCUANU STREET,
win receive prompt attention. '
Pianos and Organs Ke?t In Tins and Regnlnted
724 BY THK YEAR. 8m
IN THE WEE.&.
ALL, EVERT DAY
Honrs from 9 A. M. to IS P. M.,
Up-ataira, la tbe Sailors' Uaaae.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved tor tbe nieet
pg of the Y. M. C. A. 606 ly
Lambert's Violet Ink !
SOME OF THIS UNRIVALLED lNK,ON
hand and for sale in 76 cent, SI and $1 60 bottles.
089 lm - H. M. WHrrSEY
S A n V E Ii ITl . CAKTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR AROVE L. L. TORBERTS.
JOln I Al'LETT,
712 ly Opposite C. K. William.
mjXCXX Sc. ClUICfiETT,
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE.
where all work froa Ship or ihore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant SHt-nfsntion. 70V ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
?C King Street, Honolulu.
CiZ??2J? REPAIRING DONE WITH CAREqK,
ll45t AND NEATNESS. SlWi
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
iry Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
C. V. ADDERLLV,
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,
Fort aud Hotel Streets, Honolulu
!Tr Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Inland
Orders attended to piomptly. 690 ly
D ALT ON t5c BLAUVELT,
Saddle mid Harness Iflaker,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage TrlnimlnK n all lw
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
OO Kiug etroot. OO
If I. T tioX S E Ii Is ,
IKPOKTBB AMD MAMUFACTCRIB OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
r- Suitable to this market.
h9 O" Old Furniture repaired and MattroSfea of all de
fl scription mtide lo order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 80 and 8 8 K lag afreet.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mannfactnrer, Importer and Dealer In Farnltnre
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. II. Boyd'
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other island promptly attended to. 689-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
, s THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
(V"v spectrally Inform the public that be is prepared to cast
Vyt 'i and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
VX dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kind of ship and plantation worV furnished on abort
O" Conitantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
ire: 1, 1, 1, li, 2 and 2,. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAiifcS A. HOPPER.
696 ly King street.
KALIIII SOAP WORKS,
BY W, II. IIUDDY.
THE PROPRIETOR OP TIIE ABOVE
WORKS is prepared to supply Customers and the Public
With the Best Yellow Soap.
XT SOFT SOAP always on hand. 722 6 in
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS & MITCHELL.
rj'.HE PROPRIETORS OP TIIE ABOVE
m Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
lie in general, with the best quality YELLOW SOAP.
SOFT SOAP always N hand.
Thb Hioasar Pines rain roa SoAr Qbbasb. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C. W. GRAY & CO., LELEO,
(Office, No. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Soap.
XT Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 698 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
COO PL! It X D G AUG ER,
At the Old Stand,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all Kinds of Ceep.
erlag Material conitantly on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a con
tin nance of the patronage which he ha hitherto eu-
dtjoyed, and for which be now return hi thank.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
E. LOVE & BE0THEES, Proprietors,
PILOT, MED1UMTND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to ofdt-r.
Also, Mater, Soda and Butler Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKE3. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBA KED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BRKAD, made of tbe Beat Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
N. 8. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Nnnann Street, bet. Merchant and Qneen,
tt HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
di. fltovea. Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
jL&';j3 Bibbs, gtop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-ply la
" lengths of 26 and 60 (Vet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very large stork of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, and tbe Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in tbe past, we hope by ti let
attention to business to merit tbe same for the future.
3ZT Orders front tho other Islands will be carefully attended
o. 640 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS C031PANY.
TfjJ A K E ALL KINDS OF
Machinery, Sugar Hills, Steam Engines,
CENTRIFUGAL. MACHINES. '
Also, Boiler, Cooler and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
. BRASS AND IRON CAeTISOS. .
A large tock of Piping. Elbows, Tees, Bias Valves and
Cocks, Sheet Iron. Boiler Plata, Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Rqbber Packing, and every description of Machinery
always on hand.
A Great variety nf Madia err hand Jt for Salt Law.
686 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK jT
and taken the Stand, (vC:J
Ka. 42 Fart Street, V
Lately occupied bjr Mr. THOMAS TAJiNATT a s
LOCK, CITS ASD qEXESAL REPAIR SHOP,
WDI carry on tho Business a beretofbre, and win Repair an
kind of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description!
PUMPS. &C, PUT Ilf GOOD ORDER.
. ALSO. OX HAND AND FOR BALE CHXAP, ' . '
A Variety of Sewing- Machines,
Cans, rtstols, Snot, Anunnnltlon,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc., El e.
' ' Jp3f Centrifugal Win Cloth Cut to Order.
, COLB AGBST IS THI tUBODOB! FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
v. risen Kit,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
737 Near th Drug Store of J. Mott Smith 4- Co. ly
J. II. WICKE,
O A II I IV I? T ITS A KF. It,
ALAKBA 8TBBTT BILOW TH T1IK4TBB.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable rriee. 12 If
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Kins Street, next to Cetarl Vestry.
Honolulu. II. I.
FORT STREET, ojrpotite C. E. William' Cabinet
728 warr-reowi. 7
ICORVT. LETT & CO.,
Boot unci Slio MokerH
Manufacturing and Repairing uoe in a Worlunaalika
728 note! st, opposite ih Bell Tower, lr
SOLE AND SADDLE- LEATHER,
Tanned Ooat and Slice p Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON II AND AND FOR ft ALE,
from tbe well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOTLEV,
By (722 ly) A. 8. CLKQHORN, Agent.
Corner of Queen and Richards Streets.
3Po "tlno XsacUosi I
FLITIVG1 rUTIVC! AM) IMMPIXG DOSE
Bedding, Towel, Napkins, anJ all Unstarched Clothing don
t Reduced Kates.
Grata a a Shi pa' Werk Sallrlled.
XT Wagon In attendance. B. IL LYON,
720 6u Proprietor.
- No. 5 Merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
WW "AS CON8TA NTLV ON HAND
M t: a miav iais vi
Which he- offers for sale at tit loioest market prices.
Beta of best Black Walnut Psrlor Furniture,
Spring back kaiy Chairs, Lounge, Matt ranee.
XT Hair and Spring Vlattrassei, Window Shades and Slip
Cover made to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
and varnished with warranted satisfaction.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
tor Term Ileaaaaable.XI
All order from Ship-master and th otlier Island will to
promptly attended to. 714 ly
1IILO, II . I .
Sugar and Molasses.
C1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
723 0m WALK 11 A ALLKN, Agent.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sug-ar and Molaoses Crop 1870,
COMING IN, FOR SA LE I SJV A NTI
T I ICS to suit purchasers, by "'
- " mm, 7 a ww Mn a a f I UU
WALKER A ALLKN, Agent.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. DOYI).
Choicest Meet from finest herd. Poultry, Fish, VrrHaWes
we., furnished to order. 730 ly
A-fJVO STREET. HONOLULU. til ly
EW CROP OP
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in.
For Sale by
C. BREWER A Co., agents.
Sugar and Molaasc Crop 1670
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIKH to suit purcliacera, by
709 Am WALK, KB, A ALLEN, Agent.
I1AWA1IAIV LEATHER !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM TIIE CELC
For sale at the lowest market rales by
A. 0. CLKQHORN, Agent.
II. Cerawell, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in Iota to suit purchaser. A pply to
696 ly OKO. 0. McLEAB, Agent.
Key Checks. IXaggage Checks !
Something1 Hew for the Islands.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
received, by tbo Idaho," a lunher supply of
Stencil Dies and an Oitflt of Key Check Diet,
Would Inrlte the attention of the Pobllc to the same.
XT Key Checks, with owner's nam. and mtdenoe. If re
quiredin German Silver, SI each. Can mailed any whore.
Persona, At soeiationa, or Impairment ordering m bmuU-r at
one time will lie allowed a liberal disnount, ,
726 bob ' Front Room, ever the Post Offloe,
will as attbbpsb to rv
C. J. IVY O p s.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting Surrey of Town Lota, also, lo drawing
Plans and Translating Note.
XT Lear ordes at Offioe of S. B. DOLE. 1 70S ly
QUICK SALES ANlTstf ALL PROFITS!
AT RYAN'S TURNPIKE STORE.
718 Comer Nuuanu and Prlnco Street.. Ira
VIOLET INK. '
PATENT MUCILAGE RESERVOIRS!, ,
Patent Spring BtU Files, " ' i
. Patent Spring Card Racks, - j , -i.'
Ground Stopple Glass lak stands, -Perry'
Tbe sieve are new articles, Jast received front New
Tor Sal, by (728 Ip) II. M. WHIT". f IT.
Letter Sheets, .
WITH MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
, ANUS printed op them, eao b. had at the Bookstore.
02 rira IS) Cts, ar At r Daaaa.