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PLU AND FANCT
DOOK AMD JOB PRINTINC. J
tr mu. hkt. vhrrno. Br.iiEt and address !
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j a iliac'oual from the rat, which r for Ui.i' iit ilvprtl
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SIX UUL.L.4 KS HKIl ANM;M.
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE IS, 1S70.
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SESSION tIF IS70.. ,
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Mr. Ju.M ,ntr.I,.rJ a res.4ut.on, Peconded by .
Yr. II y 1, that the H iue di.-charge its onler and j
4 call th irmidemti jn of the bill to reral ;
..ti.ns 111? to H2. of the Civil CAe. from!
"Jti Committee of the Whole, and when the 1
cr!er of the day is called the House will r rocecl ;
:o t.e c r?i!eration of the bill ; and alro, that
no iaeruh r bhall be allowed to- pjak more than
h ilf aa lour the faid bill, .n no one shall
ealc ujre than oin-e without fjccial jetxui.-'pioii
:' t!i flou.e.
tuugr.t the other hide ouj;hi to Lave a fair !
r- T v .1 a trn rrr.-ot!v tcHKn t,ir t.M
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,u in : cii.-i.icr.n 111 ior iioii.k, out uia
ii."v; in cutting oil tin d.-hate. as lie wanted
. ;tk fr in re than hal: an hour himself.
in I iv t tf Laving everything conducted
. ri - in ti:3 debute.
lltrris (Mini.-tcr of F..icign Kebtions) '
3 . n:.4 il that t..e otticr si ie i.aa iiaa more man
, ...are i, I t'.e d h ite thus tar.
Mr. K;k'a aain urged the motion of in-'
1 H ill !i t a l.r t the resolution. as amende, !
in rut and earned. I
i Yu. A! 1. rid fr the first time an Act to
i. i i -.-r; ,n III of the Civil Code, to regulate
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.e Uiin-uu of ruhln: Irtruct.on. Ihll losecU ,
- I.-.-. K ll j 1 'd to ic- .-. orid reading, and ;
..liTi-d to be 1 rin ted.
V. . Kaukaiisi give tiotict; of p bill tt, amen! ,
.ivv i.i r !ut n t in i.-tcr.-, i:id ivanls.
.. IMtjo give notici; if a bill to amend-
rt.'Ffi o.3 oi the t nil t.oJe. !
Ti.. Hn:-c Tr "If i to the rdor of the duv,
!i!-ir:iir rn-m an .ct to rep-al .'s-ctioti-' lili to
t2't im-ia-i ve. of the Civil Code, on its second!
Mi- Ii'oiu -.n sjoke at considcnible .
l'o in iiawaaan. Al tfie Conclusion 01 nis
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i h. he fai 1 he wa- too much exhausted to in-
. i l oi . . t :
;i-h, he mI 1 he wan t nitich exhausti-
I r.t Lis remarks, and called upon the
i rC Lis remarks, una c::
Mi. Hat'-'iin saM the ni
member from Honolulu 1
rere.ul l not help himself.
J.Mr. Hutrhiun s;tid that he knew very well;
Ir. ThomjMifi would not put all he said in IIu- 1
ftiian into Kngli.-ii ; but, however, he did not;
iir whether he did or not. I
I Mr. Tiioiuii, in replv, said that he was
ally aware that all he said was on his own re,
If msibilitT. but at present he irat unable to in-
JJ.pret, as" he was to.i much exhausted. ;
Ii r.r.o l.f to., inueb etrhn.nstP.1. ;
tir llirrij i 1 1 Mr 'lli.ifio ,n lint iliIInl .
'"II Mr. Kaukaha wa.4 very mm.-Ji nr.wed to t!ie ' -JIr- lhomjcon.) 1 nc JJinirter proceeueu anu molioiiie.
j.-I.ti jn, and move.1 io indftinite i-trxjneiaent. ! that according to the endowments on the j jjr ilCQ reaj for the first time an Act to
A.l i-. tl.e miru-t.-rial ude of the IJ iu-; l.ad occuj icJ contract the man rati away almost as 1011 as he establish cotton and woolen factories, liill ia6sed
nvi I . ti i-r on miiNti .n n.rt of tlu i!m nn.l frhirIcd. and that a 1 ei ii of ei'iiteen months had Kp,,ri.l rmiriimr. mid was ordered to be
Mi. Hutchison (.Minister of the Interior) gave' up our main inuusiry. .ui kuow me ; disatiaction, I Kiid in the name of the god. on " --;:; - -
"' . ' v , , 1 rlisrn-iiT -r ,,f niii- roii r Il.ev all wanted' 1- t 1 ..i,: . , Okfick No. 20 K?.sl.sa.tk, (727 ly) Oi-po.itk Cockt II
i.v ..I u i A' t to aiinit'i nu A. l t prrvi ut the ciiaricttri.-ucs 01 our jpie. u.i) ' 1 of justice, ii any one who has 0113 thing to say m I v "
t,l of Kpr-j-y. Alw, an Act to amend an Ili.Liy., and at times wlien they o.u.d least be . fiivr Gf tllP TCval, let him say it. No man was j K . . I A V I S .
I 1 1 e-LaM..-,!. an insane atluiu. I e ""K-"1 Ue s",,''1 -v' l' t'i,lw out justiticd in saving that he used profane language j iitaiuev at Law,
j .Mr. .li.ips 1. Attorney .erTij rca 1 ior tne . " ' in mis noustj or oui ot 11. xic niougui , Will l'raotice In all the Courts of the Kin ;dom, In both 1
I -r n. ne 11:1 At to la. inr.ite Uv scrM.e .. civil- i" ouiMinm. matter ol suuicient importance to speak auout, ami Hawaiian lannues.
l .vir. ii ii'"iin sap i me
h I 4 I he wotiM itit. rpret, and he would We to in- ""'jn ""U,J' V " " " l- : be printed.
" H l-rrct. an 1 called u,.,n hiui to do it. j taken and the nmt.on. to .n.h fan.teby p.,st- j
r U ifir." ii.,...,rs,i ud he would do as be pleased, ! P)r? a Act to rciil Ssectioiw 141. to 142d in- , Aq Act tQ
ini.l if h- called on the Interpreter, the Inter- elusive, waa carried by a vote ol 2b ayes to 1 1 t,)0 nHe
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''f!i i-rivile-'e uf sieakincr m Kiu'Iish. atid if Let
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g-cimea to appeal w Lie loreigti jrtion oi tne
m use in their ow n language his tide would meet
Mr. Lyons moved an adjournment of fifteen :
y a tl -vutcs to allow .Mr. lhompsoti a resting sjieil ;
erW-yrc mttTf'reting his remarks. ;
aii-.fi fbe II ou-ie came to odt-r after a recess when it 1
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" 11 1 r-iue.-ted of Mr. lhomrson by tiie Minister
r"d- fl if.e;..r t.. .riv- r. i.,r..rr.r.'.r:.t;..n ,s ii-.r
K'tioilof his rem.trks referring to the Minister;
Forei 'n IMatioliS.
Ihe Citair rul.-l tiat l ersonalities were not to '
el'uded to ; that when lie sjjke of the Minister ;
Foreign Ilciatioiis it was in Committee of the i
hide, and he cou'd not allow personalities !
ale he was in the ctiuir. ,
Mr. Ilatchisoa (Minister ol the Interior) then j
1 I don't care fir an interpretation. He said ;
was afraid be should be rather personal, !
'rding to the example set by Mr. Thompson, ;
1 he thought he would be justitiol in indulging '
i-onalitles. In regird to what the member j
a Hjuolulu sUted oi a deliberate ialsehoo-I
one of the members of the Assembly, lie !
member fr.'iii Honolulu would not be
ended iT he called liiui similar names, as the j
ute had not ruled personalities out of order;
Ir. Hitchcock ruled that ail ersonalities would .
out ot order, and that he jt rmitted the mein
r from Honolulu to go on tins morning, as his
.-arks were an interpretation id wliat be uttercl
t: Motitlav.) Mr. Hutchison resumed that it I
a p'liiarkaMe lact that no i cut ion tuid tccn
nt. ,1 a rccal of this law. but there had !
fn ptitiof.s tj modiiy the Act, or amend, and j
r.v tetitions ti-ive been orought forward for;
i acUon n the law. lbe whole cause ot the
.Unit about our Libor system was because
'.f ivernment int;rfereil with rrivate enterprise
ij.orrir.g these laborers, and stopping kiduap
:ai i t!ic ease with labners lor l'eru and
TV m.-iuljcr frtm Honolulu mys this law tends
a7ti-y. I say there is no involuntary service
OS i:" U for crime. The magistrate cendd him
rrisun for violating Lis contract, but he does
c g) t prist-n unlesj be violates his contract
'optional with him. A man who commits a
me i.ni.t ? i to r.rison whether he wishes to nr
ill!lWr- It is very different with a Libjrer. There
fl "5 involuntary servitude
: iO t'"' country except ior crime. The member
t. B iu II mioIuIu pulled from bis iocket a contract,
vixsS -''"b Le said he read, and made a long argument
'irst this l.xw. The contract has been asked f jr
o or three times, but strange to eay, it baa not
n brought before the House, and ne wanted to
iw why it was not produced.
Mr. Lyons said lie had the Contract, bat would
it lay it on me clerk s thle until rcnuested bo to
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oy vote ot tne iiousc, and asked for the ruling
the Chair on that joint.
Ir. Hams (.Minieterof toreig:i Affiirp) KiiJ
ouia omj nun u quiie any parliamentary
' that would allow a man to keep a paper
Kh he had used in the course of a debate.
r- Thompson said the question was not unon
F ability or inability of any man to produce
Ttaia laws, and that the question regarding the
-t r.rrar 1 v. .11 K ik. i :
- -. , uum in; imcu uuuu ojr iuc vuair.
Ihe Vice President ruled as follows on the fol-
rmg point of order made by Mr. Lyons :
-an a document alluded to in debate by one
n er, be demanded by another to lay on the
' Without n. vote nF tho I Liuta'
allj to the notice or the House, requires a
met motion in order that Baid r.nrr mav ha
Jed on the Secretary's table, and when once
f 4 placed on the table it cannot be removed
fa the table without epecial leave of the
fjr. Harris the member from Honolulu prom-f-
to Knd that contract to the clerk's table, and
f-n that contract has arraigned me before this
f emhly as a LIAR, and I want to see if I lie,
Thompson said tiie responsibility was with
Ione. and what h.;,i ;i,.4
in the fulkfct meaning the language he ued could
.Ir. Harris eaid he had no renirility, but
he wanted to w.-e v IK LIED.
Mr. Kalakaua moved tLat the contract be j l.tced ,
ujn the clerk'H table. 1
Mr. Harris taid that tl e niember from Ilono-
lllltl I.Q.I T. apy. '. .1 -v tr I , e a . f t,l tliA
tab'e. and . did net wirih t.i force inm.but leave
il t his honor, and horcd Ms friends would op-
pipp tne motion.
j, f y. Rnlakaua carricl.
The contract was then real throughout with
-ndortementsf by request of the Minister of the
f 9 t r i ii-. 1
before the House, and according to it a certain
man had contracted in to wive lor two
monchs. and was working f-r tlio same nian until
1S70, for a i-eriod of over three yearn, (Mr.
Thomrfon correcte the .Minister by eaving he
Paul tne lahorer was httn utuier tne cnirai 1 iur
over three years.") Mr. Harris 1 wid appeal to
the rec.ird of the clerk, (the record Mittaiucd
elapsed from the time of Ids tiret fine until his
seeono, ani it ciici 11. e rriuaiinn- ciiiwiTOiiunr,
and stati-d t.'iat tiie man had onlv oen sen.eiu-ca
. . T .-.i 1 f . .. h 1. .11 I rri lrliiruitiifir tll.
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decn-ions were ilk-gal, but the laborer had the
right to ar.M-al to a higher court or get his inend
iroiu 11 Mioiiuu 10 00 11 ior mm.
The member from Honolulu referred to another
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i in U-niutt s Own, and said that he
had read it and made some enquiries regarding it.
and found it was not true, and the man that wroio
it knew it was not true; and if it had been true .
it it had been true .
liI the labor'-r, atid '
the courts would hav protect
the u,:" t,int practice.! the cruelties would be lia-
He lor damages.. 11 taw no reason why a man ;
'ouM not contract lor labor, the same as any ;
one wouio c -n.r.o 1 to suj pty a rpianuty 01 aru-
f. r , 1. . i.w.r !,.. kj ij flirt
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1 iuo!t essential law we can have, as it is necessary ;
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that the bill be rclerred hack to .Mr. Lyons, tne .
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nir.Muw,w uiiii argument . .ur-e ..i u.-
IiAte. Alotioii cameo.
Mr. Lyons His remarks will be found on the !
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Sati rdav, June 11th.
The Finance Committee reported on the resolu
tion, requesting them to examine how the appro-
iat!oII for mail carriei
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&ud CnJ tI,at t,4f 1 0fi
rson Hawaii was expended,
anu nJ l,,ac ll'c 1 oscmaster, .ur. o. ii oney,
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had coiitractcil with the mail carriers to carry tho
mnilw .nriisnv-d hv the PokI master CeneralA 1
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and that such contracts were not in excess of tho i
TI;e Educational Committee presented their re- '
jort, whica was .intcrcl to be printed.
On -motion, the fliair Hipoinced Messrs. D.J
c-,.,. , i T . ,,,,1,. ,
Kalakaua and Ii. Alioln, a tt
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speaker for the Jubilee day.
committee to select a i
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F -ur. I oni.ps ynorney veuerui; r.-au ior t.icj
t1 lmv ".--ci rciming m i.ic pnjnraiiou ot ;
JurJ y'm passeti to its s.-onu reauing
OKDKR OF TIIF. I.V.
An Act to promote a good breed of Iiorses and
cattle throughout the country, on its second read
ing. The bjll was withdrawn by the introducer
An Act to provide for the assessment of part of
the expense of roads upon estates benefitted
thereby, was then read a second time. !
Mr. Kaukaha moved to amend the titlo in
or'Jer r,a law
"iluk" o- ,?
Mr. I hillips (Attn
order to have the law apply to Honolulu, Lahaina, ;
rney Ccneral) jrave notice of
bis intentions to add a new section, called Section
10, embodying the amendment
Assembly adjourned, without disposing of the
Mo.ndav, June 13th.
Mr. Thompson presented a petition from Hono
lulu asking that the duties tie removed from all
artirL.g -m ruhlic worship, deferred to
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':l" Committee. Also, a petition lrom Ho-
nolulu, fraying for a certain alteration of the
laws, relating to the vending ot awa. lielerred
to the Sanitary CommittLf. .
Mr. Wahinc presented a petition from Koolau- '
poko, praying that section 3S of the Civil Code
be amended, and that all fish on kunohiki lands
be made free to the tenants. i
Mr. S. M. Kamakau presented a petition from !
Honolulu, praying lor a reduction in the horse !
tax ; that people work out the road tax in their i
own iarticular districts, and Some other minor '
petitions. Keferred. j
Mr. Bishop presented a petition from Messrs. i
C. L. Kichards & Co., us Agents of the American
bark Uichtnond, asking that the Hawaiian GOV-
?imburse them in the sum of $2,000, j
eing the cost to the owners of the eaid
the same leiri
bark, in bringing to Honolulu destitute Hawaiian
seamen from the diwtrous e fleets of the Shenan- j
doak cruise in the Arctic Jjens. '
Mr. Vahine presentcJ a petition from Koolau-
: a- n ..i. r rtnn ; v,
rKf, l iy 1 1 iui t. iciui.iiiii .'i -j ,1 " 'r in iiio
salaries of the Ministers. Petition tabled to be
considered with the Appropriation Bill. Also, a
second petition from the same district, praying
that wood on konohiki lands be made free to
tenants. To be considered with an Act to
amend taction 1477 of the Civil Code.
A petition from South Kona, embracing several
petitions, was referred to a Special Committee.
From Honolulu, asking for an appropriation
for the road in Panoa. To be considered with an
Act in regard to roads.
Petition from Koolaupoko, praying that the
mail carrier of this island be paid 12 per week,
aud that the mail carrier pay those wbo assist
him out of bis own salary. Keferred to Com
mittee on Internal Improvements.
From Koolaupoko, praying that the chiefs of
the land, be made the Ministers of the Kingdom.
From llonoaula, praying that Mr. E. Saflery
be removed from ofnee, as he was boopilimeaai to
Captain Makee. Referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee. From Koolaupoko, praying that the Assembly
stop their Representative from chasing cattle all
over the country, and he be made to keep his seat.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
From Koolaupoko, that the school agent be
From Waiinea, asking that all grave yards be
made frea ; tliat the Postmaster be removed from
Wsimea on account of ignorance ; that all be
Messrs. Kaukaha and KuapUU favored the bill, aJtJlolI(r, ,e was not ill the habit of noticing HUcll 692 OjKcr oh Quern Street, opposite the Court House, ly I ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE ! i
nnd urged i. strongly y.y.u t.-e Assembly , newspaper articles, and requested the Sc-cietary i " 1 r a KICil A KDSON. ! Suitable to this market. !
Mr. Kamakati was in lavor ot repeal, an 1 spoko . t .....t,' a Klh-ht note of it on his i mrnal audit':. , , . , ,, CO
t I..n-,tl. ..n the .....rits ..f the bill. ! '" . "1. 1 . ' " ' .l.J . . .1. Imp-rter nd Dealer ill BOON, Hue Clothing, I L, Old Pan.lt.. re,.aire.l and Mattra, of all de- I
;. ? . .: r , "e leporins ci lose 10 uiisicj ir iiv 1111.-J, w..io. Farill-IlillK (.OOtN. reiroil.ery, &e. M 1 fcnptions made 10 order. 't5erKF'
Mi. Martin was in lavor of amending the pres- .,, irifimated that he wo-i'd rise to sneak ' , .. A . . . . .,;, e.,er, a. s ,. s k u,
.nt h- !... a nr.t.l t.. its ..tti-r r.-oe-.tl. H.4 I. " 7.. ........ . ... - - - - ... ' turner !' "fcf .xreer, j , - - - - l fcSSS
be thought the contract system properly eariicd ; t, t- ftS , dill n t wir,h to otruj,y the time ! ..... .. .... . .-,,.,,,., C rr WILLIAMS
out would result in great Umhts to the ilawanau f j, ' ; t lJ j JOU 1 HOs. A rfc-lilloLM-.. ! U,L' ..f?1 . P
I-ple. t ; m". read lor the first time an Act to IiaU'r aMd Ur lu ne,al 'Ieluudise, j Mauufartu.cr, I.apo. ter aud Dealer it, I ari.it.rc
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreiirn Affairs moved 1 ....,..,,1 IA .,i ji, .'!.tmfr yueen street, Honolulu. lg ot Lvcry DesmiJum.
. I ' n i inn r it rir mm lerp 111 tut? wi mc iuut 21 l runic t :t 1 1 ) 1 ( 1 i.f 1.1 1 1 1 1 v j
, allowed to catch wild animals ; and several other j
. tietitiuDi. Kef'erred.
: Hie fleclal l.ommittee to wnom wad reierreu
tl.e i-;tiiion oflLuiluu, the Oal.u mail carrier, in
which lie uk.Hl IorC.l48, wlii-h he claimed as
due and unpaid, rl-rted-and recouiinend to
refer tl.e saui to the r n.anoc Committee. Report
i n.i.l.tfil t
! Tne Minister of the Interior, in accordance
with a retHIutiou that patscl the Amoiy,
iris sums had been realized :
... l.ohS 87
... 1,760 OB
... 1,200 00
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jurisdiction of the Police Courts.
Kaukaha intnxluceil a resolution, recora-
nwnd'mcr that the different volunteer comraniea.
firemen, and constables i-in in the iubilce proceE-
i tiorit anrj that fiftv guns be fired from the battery
fttl Pnnchhowl. Ilebo ution adotted.
j ir Thompson gave notice of an Act to provide
. r.r the education of four llawaiiaus abroad in
. lr. Kice cave notice ot a oiu to encourage
' ir.iw;;-in -i,olr.r
f flf . lf;.i L' ll..:..c-
: ir. xiarris i.nmibter 01 toieigu ncidnuuo;
r0f!C to a qUCgtion 4)f privilege, and c
l.lWin. wJih h :Tr nean-d in the Pacific
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- Atlctrtixtr, of June 11th :
! ri ,;,,rm m n-Miil to hav
e decidedly got oil" the
tni: ot Illirahty as well as propriety, yesterday,
when he irreverently called upon tiie IJeity to
witness the truth of his puerile remarks,' and
jj it wns uevcr j, jaDit to call upon the Deity,
: coinnmii r-iiir rrtiti.in. ami ii 1 man in the
ir,JU!.e CuUpi eav ,e did certainly he did uot in
the debate on the Masters and Servants Act.
when the member from Koolaupoko brought in
re60iut,,jn to allow no man to speak more
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""-.than halt an Hour, unless oy special permission
r tiC uutlC anj which resolution caused some
T(, ,,., nrii,is. 1;M t.ns8ed toitssecond
1- n.. , - i r,. c,. . n tnf
pr,;vijc for a circuit Court on Hawaii. Bill j
! Tossed to its second reading, and was ordered to
ORDER Or TUK DAT.
provide for an assessment of part of
of constructing roads adjoining es-
t-i f ctj 1 lnftHt f 1 fltorikl.tf irnii rrtnkcwt Arorl in I ni -.
" ... n . . . ,, . . n. I ., . 1 .
mutee ot tne uiioie, .ur. inompson in tuecnair.
After considerable debate on some amendments
and the merits and demerits of the bill, the Com- j
luittee rose and reported progress
Upon a suspension of the rules, Mr. Boyd in- j
troduced a resolution that when this House do
: oiliniirn it atimirn unril 1 1 ftll flio IBth flf
Tune n,i tj..lt ,1.,, ,semblv meet at 9 a. M. on
thn 1 St h . nrpruiratorv to leaviiiT for the Church
. t j 0
Assembly adjourned till Thursday.
irrr r ni w i 1 1 iit.
. , , . . r , C1, . i
Commission Jlerthaut and General Shipping Igent,
Dealer In Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
6'Jd llouolulu. ly
A. C. Bt'FFUM, M. !..
Physician and Surgeon,
Office and Residence, Aldrich House, Fort street 733 ly
Chase's Building, Fort Street.
731 Hesidence, lira. Humphreys', Garden Lone. ly
LKWEIIS Si DICKSON.
Dealers lu Lnuiber aud Building Materials.
estl Fort Streef. ly
Til. C. IIEL'CK,
General Commlssiou Ulerrhant.
C38 Fori Si reel. ly
II. E. MrlXTVRK Si. II ROT HER,
Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery,
Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, II. 1. 635 ly
V. Ii. GREEN,
General Commission .4gcnt and Broker,
QVEEX STREET, 688 lyj IIOXOLULU.
FISCHER & ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd F-11')W Hall. Honolulu, II. I.
E. O. II AIiLi Sl SON,
Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Drv Goods,
7o0 ,'"cVlnrKtnVefl",,"' ly
J. S. WALK UK.
WALKER &. ALLEV,
a. c. ali.es
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
0 HOVOLULC, II. I. ly
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streete.
S. Lt. DOLE,
Attornev at law.
qKce ot er Richardson's Store, corner Fort and Merchant
ED. 1 1 0 F FSC II li A EG E R Si CO.,
Ioiportersand Comniidoii Merchants,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Street.
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
lahaina, mai l
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships on Favorable Terms
MeCOLGAX Jt JOHNSON.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, fl. 1.,
721 Opposite Thecd. O. Heock's. ly
C. L.. RICHARDS Si CO..
Ship Chudlers aud Commission Merchants, and
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on band a fall assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
B. F. ADAMS. 8. O. WILDER.
ADAMS Si WILDER,
iBttioa and Commission Merchants,
FIRE proof store,
In Robinaou'a Bulldiujf, Ctaeen Street.
THE NEWSPAPER KIOKOA,
Published Weekly In the Hawaiian Language,
It has the largest circulation In the rronp, aDd Is read both
by Hawaiians aud Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
ranee. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Poet Office.
II r MAN Si BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FURNISHING GOODS,
Ladies' and Orati' Boots and Shoe, Yankee Motions, tc, &,
Tfo. 20 M ERC H A . T ST..
C - l )
1 Importer and WhoK'sslf I)?alf r in Wiaes, Spirits,
Aie and I'orlrr. etc.. t-tr
I 729 merchant strkkt. HoNOLi Lf, . I. ly
C MAI.L A M K L.
lmponers anu ueaiers la Minis, !lll!S. Airs. r., 1
723 Opposite Merchant street, llmiutulu, II. I.
AFOXG c ACUUCK. j
Importers. Wholesale and lielail Dealers In (;nera! !
3!erihauJle and inuee Goods.
Fire-proof" Slorr, N'uiiuuu Stiff t.
Under Ibe Public Hall. 7w ly
M. S. OKI MIA CM & CO..
Importers and Vholcaie Dealers ia I'ashiouable
llothin, lints, laps, Coots and Shoes,
: And every variety a Gr-iitie'nen'i Superior Furnishinir Qoojg
lormer.y occupie.i d- . a. Aiancn,
Maktr"1 Block, (ut rn t.
J. M. Will T.N BY. 1. I. S..
Officc ovkh Ph. IIokfuann'.s Dklq Store,
CORXEK OF KAAHUMAXU A.VO M ERCHAMT STS.
6'J4 Offiee huurs f n in 9 a. m. till 2 p. M. ly
Attornev and i'onnsellor at Law.
f n.flf-o fin Otit-fn "irr.-l ruifinwiri tj: Poltrt lloll4l on utainl.
1 ' V.Q , '
1) 1 h h I . ( !l M i. Co.,
IMroKTKUS ASI) DUALfeKil IX
; Hardware, Cutlery, Dry ;o.b, Paints and Oils,
and t.euerni .uereaandisr,
727 Ao. 93 A'.VC STREET, HOXOLUI.U. ly
P II I I Ii I 1'S & CO..
hoiesale Dealers ia (iotliii!r. iioots. Shoes, Hats,
Me n s Ir urni:iing and l anrj Goods, '
iVo. 4 MEkcHAXT ST., (727 6m) HOXOT.VTM. '
Ii. I.. T o It It K Ii T ,
Dealer In all kinds of Building .lirterUs,
Paints and Oil, H'!l Taper, If'intlow an l Picture Ulas,
K. HOFFMANN, .M. I.
Pliysitiau aud Sureou,
Ctraer Merchant and Kaahuuiaiiu sts., near I'ostofflce. 687 ly
A. F. JL'DU,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort street, three doorn helow Merchant streets. 702 ly
C. BRBWKK 4i CO.
Couimlssiou aud Shipping 'Ieiehauts,
llouolulu. Otiliu II. I.
C II tr Ii A X Si. I! ROT II i: 11 .
IMPoKTIiHS-Ol'- AND DRALFKS IN !
China Goods of all Descriptions, and iu all kiuds of !
Dry t.oods, i
Also, constantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Kice. j
fiUUAXU STREET, UOXOLVLU.
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel awl Xifumu Streets. ILmohdu, II. I.
Retail Establishment on nuanu Street.
121 Above the Fire-proof tUore. ly
itoiiLEs a. ;o..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
RKPKRS BV FKRMISSinK TO
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co. i Messrs. C. Ilrewer ft Co.,
Messrs. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards & C. i D. C Waterman, Ksq.
V. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Asent.
Wilt practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom, ne will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those Islsnds on
6J0 Office near the Court House. iy
THEO. II. DA VIES,
(Late Ja lion. Green if Co.)
Importer nud Coiaiuisoion Merchant,
LLOYDS' tc THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
fiORTHERX ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH tr FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kuuhumauu and Queen Streets
j JOHN S. JlrGRKW, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeou.
Office Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, (Store formerly oocu
j pled by J. P. Hu-'hes, Saddler.)
j RKdlOimCK Chaplain St., between Nuuanu and Fort Sts
i OrriCK Uucks From 8 to 10 A. M., and from a to 5 V. M.
! 7 -IS ly
; ALLEN Si CHILLING WORTH,
! Kawaiiiae, Hawaii,
I Wtil continue the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared toturnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the ruost reasonable terms.
Plrowoort on IX , u d .
UISHOf Si CO.. Bnuker.
Ollice, lu the east corner of .Makee's Block,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchanfr on
The Bank or California,
Messrs Lkrs if Wallek,
Thkmost National IIanc,
Okikntal Ua.ni Corporation.
Branches in Sydney and Melbourne.
London, and its
Bank op Nbw Zealand, - - Auckland, N. Z.
Messrs. Mirci'ird. Asdp.s & Co., Paris.
! Agents Pacific Lnscramck Co. and Manhattan Lifb Inscr-
ASCB CO. " boo iy
8AJS L S. 0ASTLK. J. U. ATBKRTON. A. 8. COOKB.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
King aired, opposite the Seamen's Cbapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler ir Wilson's Sewinir Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kobala Suear Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Surar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian Sugar Mills. Maui.
The Waialna tfueai Plantntion, Oahu.
The Lumahal Rice Plantation. Kauai 716 ly
D. X. FLITXER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention giveuto
fine watch repairiuff. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts aud
nautical instruments constantly on
688 hand and for sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN Si CO.,
Eopecial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlast, Jb. 4t Co., New Bedford
W. G. E.Popb, Eg-, do.
J. C. Mbkkill & Co., San Francisco .
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Produce, &e., and Commission Merchant.
Brroa's Bar, Hilo. S. I., .
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others. .
The hlchest price riven for Island Produce.
T'f M -(ifj advn;!! tj i .r f fcvciu:.-t at reoti'l- rat.
J5 A HI U i Si 31 . V A IS T i 11 ,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
r ESl'LAN AI'K,
-5 XEXT DOOR JBOfK L. TOKOERTS.
t t-"V.-p 715 ly
Opposite C K. Williams.
llll OV Til I,1 V. S I' 1. t V A l F. .
? where all work from Ship or Shore will be atten'leil to
in a ir.Kiu.ir to aurriitit satisfaction. VU'J ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
7 ( Kins Strerl, Honolulu.
HKEPAlRiyCi DOME WITH CARE
Particular attention jriven to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly execuied.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,
fc'JK COKNKK rrjC
te.l wrt aud HoUl Streets, Honolulu. 2Ssti
TT Carriages Trimmed with ueatnesd aud dispatch, island
Orders attended to piomptly. WO ly
DALTON St BLAUVELT,
Sndillc nnd Slariic JI:ilicrs,
AAO STREET, IIOXOI.ULU.
fyC Carriage Tilmniiug in all its
Orders from the other Inlands promptly attended to. 6S1 ly
OO ISLiiis Street, OO
II. T . O X 3i i: 1. Ia ,
1I'01:TKR AND MA SCKACTl'KI R OK
J Furniture Wure Uoom on Fort street, opposite K. II. Boyd'
j Kuuiily .Market; Woi kshop at the old stand,
I Hotel street, near Fort.
! N. It. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE fXllElt.SlGNED WOL'LI) R E-
spectfully inform the pulilio that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of lirass and composition work with
dispatch and st reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation wor'i furnished on short
XT Constantly on hand, hose couptmgs of the following,
sires: 1, 1. 1, li, 2 and 21 . Also, oil cup? nnd gaugu cocks.
JAMES A. HOPr-Elt,
695 ly Kin? street.
KALI HI SOAP WORKS,
BY W. II. I1UDDV.
rjlIlE PROPRIETOR OF TIIE A ROVE
JL WORKS is pri-pureil to supply Customers and the Public
With the Best Yellow Soap.
XT SOFT S0A P always on hand. 122 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY HAWLINS & ailTCHEIiL.
fl'.HE PROPRIETORS OF TIIE ABOVE
B Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
lic in peneral, with the best quality VELLOW SO A P.
SOFT SOAP nlwny on hund.
Thk Highkst Phicic paid for Soap Grease. 701 ly
HAV All AN SOAP WORKS,
CJRAY & CO., LF.LEO,
Xo. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers. In all kinds of Soap.
XT" Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 698 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
coop b; si x j ii x v u 13 it,
At the Old Slu ml,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock or OIL. S HOOKS and all kinds of Coop
ering Mitlcriitl. constant; on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of the patronage which he has hitherto en
joyed, ana for winch he now returns his thanks'.
1 2 1 6m
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUM AND XAVV BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Mater. Soifu nnd Butter Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES, te.
S II I P B R E A D R E B A K E D on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made or the Best Flonr, baked daily and
always on hand.
N. B.BROIVN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
F. H. & C. SECELKEN.
j Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Auuauu Street, bet. Merchant and Queen,
a HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ti Stoves, Lead Pipe, Oalv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
lfibbs. Stop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-;ly in
lengths of 25 and 50 t- et, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Alo, a very la ree stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing ami Repairing done lo order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, a' d the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by suict
attention to business to merit the game for the future.
UT Orders from the other Inlands will be carefully attended
o. 690 ly
DOXOLULU IRONWORKS COMPANY.
A K E ALL KIN D S OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
BRASS AND IRON CASTING3.
A larre stock of Piping. Elbows, Tees, Brass Valves and
Cocks, Sheet Iron. Boiler Plate, Bar Iron, CentrifuKl Wires,
Iadia Rubber Packing, and every description of Machinery
always on hand.
A Great Variety of Machinery on hand & for Sale Low.
695 ly nONOLJLC IRON WORKS CO.
HAS REMOVED TO TIIE
No. 40 Fort Street,
WHERE HE WILL ATTEND TO ALL ORDERS IN THX
LOCK, CO AND GEXEKAL REPAIR LIVE,
Will carry on the Business as heretofore, and will Repair all
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description!
PUMPS, &C, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO. ON IIAND AND FOR BALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing- Machines,
Gnus, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc, Etc
gr Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order.
colc Acsrr ni this kjiodox wo
j The Celebrated Florence Sevang machines, i
701-ly. " i
Cabinet Maker and French Folishcr
727 Near iht Drug Store of J. Molt Smith Co. ly
J. II. WICKE,
A It I IV K T IS A U 12 11 ,
AI.AKKA !TRKKT BKLOW THR THKATRB.
Furniture maile ami n-pairt-rt at reasonable prices. 72S ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Kiu? Street, uext to Detiiel VeMry.
llciuolu'.u. II. I. 727 ly
ALEX. CAM I'll IZLL.,
FORT STREET, ojjoitr C. E.
H illid.nS Cubiutt
HOllT. LKTT A: CO.,
Boot nnd JSlioo 3Iivli?i-
Mauufaciuring and Hepaii in done In a Workmanlike
.11 am, it.
Hotel st, opposite the ISell Tower, ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON II A NO AM) FOR SAIiE,
fmrn the well-kuown
W VIJ1KA TAN.VEUY-C. NOTLKV.
By (722 ly) A. i. CI.KOHOKN, Apent.
Coiner of Queen and Kit-hards Streets.
Z"o tlio 3jrclic5 !
FLl'TIXG! ILlTI(i ! AMI CitlMI'lNb D0E
Bedding, Towels, Napkins, and all Unstarched Clothing done
at .educed Kates.
Crnt' n n I Ship.' Work Solioile.l.
T7 Wavron in attendance. B. II. LVOV,
720 Oni Proprietor.
" II. ""OSS,
o. 5 Merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IN ALL ITS ERANCHLK,
II A S CO N ST A N T L.V OX HAM)
a larce variety of
WhU h he offers for wile at the loiresl iiunktl pi 'ifes.
Sets of hest lilack Walnut Parlor Turniture,
Spring back Euy Chairs, Ixiunttes, Mattrasscs.
XT Hair and s"priug Mattrasse, Window Shades and Slip
Cover made to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
and varnished with warranted satisfaction.
Call aud examine uiy stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ET Trrius IleniKiiill-.xi
All orders from Ship-masters and the other Islands will lie
promptly attended tu. 714 ly
ii i lo, ir. i .
Sugar and Molasses.
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
7i2 oiu WALKER fc ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and MoIusses Crop 1870,
riOMIXG IN. FOR SALE I.V Q.UANTI
V TU.s tu suit pur
uuri hast-rs, by
WALK. til tt ALU.., Agents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
t-:. If. BOYI.
Choicest Ments from finest herds.
A-c, furnished to order.
Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
KING STREET. HONOLULU. 687 ly
EW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming iu. For Sale by
710 6m C. BREWER It Co., agents.
Sugar nnd Moluse Crop 1870,
T40MING IN. FOR SALE IN il'A NTl
TIKa to suit purchasers, by
WALKER & ALLEN, Agent.
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BRATUD WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sale at the lowest market rates fy
A. S. CLEG HORN, Agent.
II. Corn roll. Proprietor.
SUGAT AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
iu lota to suit purchasers. Apply to
695 ly GEU. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Key Checks. IS.igg;i;re Check !
Something New for the Islands.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED HA VINO
received, by the Idaho," a further supply of
Stencil Dies and an Outfit of Key Check Dies,
Would invite the attention of the Public to the same.
XT Key Checks, with owners name and residence, if re
quired iu German Silver, $1 each. Can be mailed anywhere.
Persons, Associations, or Departments ordering a number at
one time will be allowed a liberal discc unt.
THUS. O. TnRUM.
724 3m Front Room, over the Post i dee.
WILL B8 ATTB!f DID TO BT
C . .1 . L Y O I' S .
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting fcurviys of Town Lots, also, to drawing
Plans and Translating Notes.
IZT Leave order at Office of 8. B. DOLE. 708 ly
QUICK SALES ANilSMALL PROFITS!
AT RYAN'S TURNPIKE STORE,
713 Comer Nuuanu and Prince Streets. Cm
PATENT MUCILAUE RESERVOIRS,
Patent Spring Bill Files,
PateDt Spring Card Backs,
Ground Stopple Glass Inkstands,
Perry's Ink Extractor.
The abore are new Articles, just received from New
For Sale by (728 lm) II. M. WniTNET.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Breauesi Boar of Underwriter,
r-"!t Drfsrfra Board mt tadrrwrlf .
a cent viem Board or c4rwrDr.
I NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
! INSURANCE CO.,
i OF LONDON AND K HI Mil IK. II.
; ESTABLISHED, lSOIJ.
AiTuinnlalrd mul imr.lcil l'inl, i,MUM,IIM
iiik iMit:itsi(;i:n iiavk iikkx ai-
eolNl'Kl) AOKM'a lor th S ioilni. ti I.U da. uml are
authoriaed :o l:mure aaiuvt fire upon favorable trmi.
Kiska takeD in any purl of the li.iti.1 on W.mhIi ii iuillin)i(,
and M'Tthandiftf Wore.1 therein, Dwrlliiift Hoii.'-a and furni
ture, Iiniler, Coal. Ship in harbor with or aiihout earn' or
uuderrepair. 72JIy Kll. 11 JrrM li LAI.O KK ti t'O
1 1 a i 11 it it ; 1 1 . 11 in : .11 1: N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Anuointett Agents of the above Cuiniiaiiy , arc prepared
to inaure risks airainat Fire on giotie and l:rn s llulUlings,
and on Merchaudihe aturrd therein, on niual lavritlile terms.
For particulars apply at the oiftr of
i, a. fCHAi;n:ii to.
Honolulu, May I. IhCS. Mlll
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERYiTRITERS.
ralIE 17 N D E R S I f. N E I . A O EXTS OF TIIE
B lioston Hoard of riuleMrriters, notify MubIi-is of Venxela
I nnd others that all bills for Ri pnirs on Vesm Is. and all bills
1 ror Ueneral Avenge pin pones, must I' approved by tho Agent
j of the Ronton t'tnlerwriters, who munt also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not lv kllnwril.
! 6UH ly C. ItlthWKIl & CO., Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ot Mttn Iniiiclw?.
jrgMIE I'NDERSIONED IIAVINO 1IEEN
1 apiiointeil apenls for the aliovo Comp.iiiy, U-g leave U
j iuforni the- public that they are now prepared tu i.xne
MARINE INSURANCE 1M1LICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT nn.l IKEA SLUE.
09fl ly WALKER ii AI.I.F.N.
TIIE liRITlSIl AND F.OKEMJN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS .RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. The clauses iu the t'olieies of this ('ompany art
specially advantageous. TllhO. 11. DA VIES.,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
I.vsues Fire and Life I'olitlts
ON THE MOST LI HERA L TERMS. ALL
Claims .or Losses settled with promptitude.
702-ly THEO. II. DA VIES, Agent.
I M i i: IS I A Ia
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Eatabliabed A. I). 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL. 18,000,0001
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed Agents of the above Couipuuy lor the llawai'
J iau Islands,
: Are Prepared to InNiiro Aniiiit I'irc
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, tie., on the most favorable terms. For parliculitra apply
at the ollice of (091 ly) WALKER Ai ALLEN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OJP NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVKR $36,000,000!
Cufch Dividend iu 1808,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premiums May be Paid SemNAnnoally or Qnarterly.
ADAMS At WILDER,
699 ly Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONN..
UWi an accumulated li'HTve Fuwl tf oar Tvettty
Seven Million iJollarn, in the
Oldest Mutual Insurance Couipao) In America,
Has the Largest amoont of Asset,
The Largest Receipts aud Smallest i:xpentc,
The Largest number of Member,
Pa)s the Largeht Ilelurn Dividends,
Aud Is the most Liberal Co. In existence,
ff AVINO BEEN APPOINTED AGENT
I m tt the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I am pr"l'ured to furnish any lu
formation ertaitiiiig to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plications for the insuring of lives of any ace between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable terms as are offered by any other
The attention of those contemplating Insuring their own lives
or the lives of others, ia invited to the suerior advantages
offered by thia Company, In tiie large amount of its aaaeta
aud the consequent security afforded to the insured. Its in
come from Interest alone more than covers all the expenses, In
cluding payments on account of the death of members.
Circulars and all other desireil Information will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, to
II. M. WHITNEY,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Life Insurance Company
ZKPIIAMAII PRKST0N ,
KbWIN W. ItRVANT
YVQODBUIDOK S. OLMtfTKAD....
LLC! A.N S. WILCOX ,
ORGANIZED IX 1816. CIIARTLR PERPCTl'AL.
A PURELY MinrUAL COMPANY I
Numbering over OO Members,
Assets Jan. 1, 1870, over $27,500,000!
Surplus, over 89,600,000.
Total Claims iy Death, (paid to date,) Over
To.al Dividends, (paid to dale,) Over 8,000,000.
Current Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
Current Income, over $19,000,000 per Annum.
Its become from Interest alone More than Pays its
Claims by Death.
There being no stockholders Its Surplus belongs esoloslvely
to the members, and is equitably divided among them lo
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which nay be spilled lo redactlo
of premiums, or may be accumulated at inter st for the benefit
of th Assovd, or may b received by than In Cash.
l'aid-up Policies ar granted arier two or mors years Pre
miums have been paid, thus pracically uaklof
All Policies Non-Forfeiting.
- It Issues Policies upon all desirable plans of Insurance, and
bas adopted In Im worklors several SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company and offered by oo other.
LAST YEAR'S PR0SPER01S BISIXESS.
11,040 Policies Issued, losurlnj about 130,000,000 00
Income received and avraed 0,004,008
Durior Hs last fiscal year this Company paid In dividends to
the hvlnr and on the policies of tu -eceased members, Tww
Millions Two II and red and forty.rive Thotusod Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollars, and at the same time added niore than
Vive Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to lu
tT The whole record of this Company has been one of pr ad rot
management and prosperous advancement. Anions; the older
and Leading Life Insurance Companies IU average ratio of
expenses to Income has, through Its entire history, been the
Farther Informstion concerning this old and reliable Cun
V .. . . ivenby HENRY M. WIIITNKV,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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