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Wedsfsdat, June 20th.
Q Awmblj met at 11 A. M.
' Jfr. Kaukaha oCcred s rvIation that the Min
ister cf F.nance Le instructed to return $0.75 to
Mr. I'etrr RIchmonI, of Waimea, Kauai, for
taxc. "JIectel twice, iiere and at Waimea. Mo
tion rulel out of order bj the Chair, but it waa
referred to the Committee on Finance.
Mr. Xaakana crive notice of Lrinzinz in a bill
to-morrow to create a Dietrict Justice at U'aialua,
: Tiie bill relating to divorce was then taken up,
.with niotiona for indefinite puntpoueiacnt. On
inotiiia of Mr. Iiwhop the bill was p-jstponed for
; the t-pecial order to-in-rrow, as the Appropriation
Bill wu the order kr u-lay.
Mr. I'hil'.iprt (Attorney General), on Buspcnsion
f the ruif, wTed that tlie orders of the day be
called over, tint the undeoateable bill be
readied and paircd to 'nr'Kuient in order that
- the work of the ll ue le Imnteneil. Carrie!.
An Act to create a judicial dietrict at Anahola,
' 2auai, on iw thinl re:tdiu, was read and passed.
Aa Act rtlatiu to lien on domestic Teupels
Wait read, discujeed briefly, and parsed ite third
f JIf-soiution of Mr. Pilipo, ofyewterdiiy, reijuest
in the Mini-tf-r of Frein Affairs to rejiort to
'the llmrns tbe expene attending the Keciprocity
Treaty, was next in order.
Mr. Kaukaha moved that it be tabled.
Mr. Hutchison (Jljnister of the Interior) did
nut conriJer it ao in order, aa its introducer was
, not present aiwi naa rvi umsneu ins rcmarta
I The Cluvlr ruled it as in order.
j Mr. Harris thought it would Ie advisable not
I to Lave all the facts made public, as it iniht be
t U.vmain Ut public interest a.
On motion of Mr. Lyons, it was deferred till
; to-m rrow.
j An Act to constitute the Penal Code, as com
piled, the law of the land then came up on its
m-cond rea lms, was read by Htcti Hu. and, on
! I motion, passed to be engrossed.
An Act reUiing to tiie approval of claims on
tlie estates of deceased peri was read the second
time by sections. Mr. l'hillipn (Attorney O'en
t eral) tauimdel the same by inserting a new section
' making it inure tlciinite ; and tLo bill as amended
' pajswnl to be engrossoJ.
An Act amending Section 780 of tlie Civil
i Codo was read the sc-coul time under tbe rules,
ccd on BMtiou was panned over as debateable.
An Act to provide for measuring and making
tbe mileage ot tbe roads of the kingdom, was read
the second time under tlie rules, and passed to be
j An Act constituting the Representatives special
assesHtrs was, ou suspension of the rules, read tlie
. sttcocKl time by its title, and ou motion of Mr.
Harris indefiuitely postponed.
An Act to provide that marriages be previously
; -.cr;ed to was read the second time by sections.
and n nvotiou of Mr. Hnrris was indefinitely!
- An Act to regulate independent schools was, on
suspension of the rules, trr.xd tbe second time by
! ' its title anl on motion passel over for debate.
An Act to amend Section 13) of tbe Civil Code,
regulating tbe iiureau of Public Instruction, was
rend the seeoml time under tlie rules, and on mo
tion was passed to be engToseed.
mil relating to jury lists in drawing for jurors
was read tlie second time under the rules, and on
luotioa was passed to be engrossed.
An Act to amend the law regulating the carry
ing of passengers was rend the second time, and
on motion was deferred to be considered with the
petition from the owners of coasting vessels.
An Act to authorise trials in divorce, chancery,
and admiralty cases by jury, was, on suspension
of the rules, rend the second time by its title and,
Son motion of Mr. Phillips (Attorney Geueral), in
' An Act providing for tbe medical education of
j four young men abroad was, on suspension of the
1 rules, rcna the second time by its title. Mr.
i Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) moved forin-
i definite postponement. On motion of Mr. Kalama
it was Laid over for action.
i An Act to regulate tae relations between kono-
i IittLi' and iaudjesA persons was read the second
1 time, and on motion deferred for debate.
4 An Act to establish hospitals on Hawaii, Maui
ana ivauai, was resu iuc ecvoitu time uj iuj nue,
on suspension of the rules, and on motion of Mr.
Lyons deferred till the report of tbe Sanitary
Committee be considered.
An Act to amend Section 52S of the Civil Code,
making Kaaloala, Hawaii, a port of entry, and
Kailua, Hawaii, and Iianalci, Kauai, recruiting
joits for whalers, was read tbe second time, and
deferred Tor debate.
An Act to amend Chanter 10 of the Civil Code,
t regulate the Bureau of Public Instruction, was
reau tne secooa time Dy its- uue, ana, on motion
of the Attorney tJencTal. indefinitely postponed.
An Act to encouraze the establishment', of
' woolen and cotton factories was rr id tbe second
time by its title, and on motion was deferred for
An Act to amend Section 1035 of tbe Civil
Code, exempting personal property from seizure
was read the second timo Dy sections, and, on
motion, was indefinitely postponed.
This finished tbe andebatcable bills, and tbe
House took op the consideration of An Act to
amend Sections 215 and 216 of tbe Civil Code,
prohibiting prisoners from doing any bat govern
ment work. Pill read the second time, and on
motion of Mr. Kaukaha it was indefinitely post-
An Act to provide a permanent settlement upon
Messrs. P. Kanoa and C. KanaLaa was read tlie
second time by sections.
Mr. J udd moved that tbe bill be returned to
tbe introducer as it provided only $500 for each,
whereas 3Ir. Kanoa 'a salary was 1,000 and be
was not likely to give it up for a pension.
Mr. Lunalilo supported tbe bill, where it con
cerned bis father, and moved that Paul Kanoa
name be stricken out. . ...
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) was
prised at tbe remarks of the Prince, as in very
bad taste, inasmuch as it was a personal matter
with him. He would more for its indefinite post
pon&ent, fcT jf jj gODe on we will not
be able to draw tbe line to say where it will end.
It was well in exceptional cases ; to vote $2,000
bere and $4,000 there was an easy thing to do,
but where was it to come from. These . items
amounted to a great del in tbe Appropriation
Bid. and were heavy on the Treasury, and so be
would oppose the bill. Further discussion was
bad on the motion, which was finally put and
.An Act to ame Section o 0f an Act to repeal
Chapter 10 of tbe Civil Code, was read the second
time. The nature of tbe bill -wM to make Ibe
PrwiJa&t of the Board of Education a Minuter
And provide a, salary therefor. , '
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) said if
this change bad been desirable tbe bill would
have been introduced by some responsible person,
for if it passed, Itte President of the lioard.of Edu
cation woold became one of His Majesty's advisers
and a member of the Cabinet. This bad been so
jn forwr ye!in, bot that order hnd been done
awav and we are bound to Dcueve uir
suffi&n? redone by thoe who had the d.reet.on
of affaiw He moved its indefinite postponement.
Mr KaulSha favored the bill as he as cf the
opinl n that the Prc-ident of the B ard should be
!Kl id and do tbe work well, which was now so
pooilv done by the Inspector (.enernl. If this
SuU'be done be thought the cause of education
would be greatly beneutteu. ne mv -claur
making a Miniver of the Jident be
etricken out, but to give bim a salary ainl work to
dMr. F.ishop objected to the parage of the bill, ns
it cave no duties to the President of the Koard
excepting to preside at meeting, neither would it
help the difficulties spoken of by the member from
Iianalci. AH the prupofled changes would neither
benefit schools or promote the cause of education.
Its pna-e would not get any more rcuuini.
.i..'i.u;nni,.nii SnmioarT or any otier togn
laws at present allowed no place for its action.
Tim, T.,.urh to vote Ianre salary to the Presi
dent of the Board of Education when there is so
much money that we must throw away some.
Mr. Kuapuo favored the passage of tbe bill as
its provisions were wise and beneficial, and showed
great learning on the part of the intnsiucer.
Mr. Kahaulelio favored strongly the passage of
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affaire) said
there seemed to be a mistake in the House re
garding the Board of Education. The Board
consisted of five members, three of whom made a
quornin for transacting business. The President
was seldom one of these, for in fact be did less
work than any other member of the Board.
About five or six times a year be was called on to
sign his name to various documents, now bow
much are you going to pay bim for that? If you
are going to pay the captain or the ship a big
salary better pay the mutes souie too. By the
Ltw the Inspector General was the executive
officer, and this bill did not change that. Calling
tbe President a Minister of Public Instruction did
not make any difference in the law. Another
thing had been said tliat a salary was denied be
cause tbe President was a native. There would
be no difference if Mr. Bishop or any other
white man was President. High chief Kckuanaoa
held that position when the change was made,
and it was absurd to say that tlie cliange was
made because bo was a native ; every one knew
that salaries bad been grauted bim. The reason
of the falling off of school- has here been assigned
to there being no Minister of Public Instruction,
bot he thought it was from a want of population.
Some thought that making a Minister of Public
Instruction would again bring up tbe schools,
but he could not see wherein such an appoint
ment would increase the births. What bad
been said regarding tbe ill performance of tbe
duties of tlie Insjctor General, if true, and if
properly presented by this HoU6e, would receive
serious consideration from the Board of Education.
Mr. Lunalilo asked leave to withdraw the bill.
Objected to by Mr. Lyons.
Mr. Phillips moved the previous question be
called, which was for indefinite postponement.
Motion put and the btll was lost ; ayes 18, nays
17. The House on motion adjourned.
Tucrsdat, June 30th.
Mr. Bishop, from tbe Fiuance Committee, on
the petition of Peter Richmond, said if the re
ceipts were presented at tbe Treasury the error
would be rectified, and moved that the receipts
with the resolution be returncJ to its introducer.
Also, that Mr. Halau's petition for 148 for
mail carrying on Oabu, which was ruled as sim
ilar to that of last session, be refused. Adopted.
Mr. Lyons moved that the report of the Sani
tary Committee, which was before the House, be
taken up for consideration with tbe Appropria
Mr. Abolo gave notice of bis intention of
bringing in a bill to regulate the water supply of
Mr. Hitchcock gave notice of his intention of
bringing in a bill to amend the law establishing
Reformatory Schools, aud to regulate the Board
or Education. He also asked the Attorney
General for information respecting mileage.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) gave
notice of his intention, to-morrow, of bringing
in the following bills : Bill to amend Section
123 of the Civil Code ; bill to amend Section 96
and repeal Section )9 of the Civil Code ; bill to
amend an Act regarding the spread of leprosy ;
bill to amend Section 403 of the Civil Code ; and
introduced a bill to amend Section 54 of the
Civil Code, requiring vessels to carry all pas
sengers offered for tlie Board of Health. Bill
read a first time and passed to its second reading
under tbe rules.
Mr. Boyd gave notice of bis intention of bring
ing in a bill amending the laws regarding penal
enactments; and a bill to allow distillation on
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior)
introduced a bill relating to tbe Insane Asylum.
Bill read the first time and passed to its second
reading under tlie rules. Also a bill to license
the carrying of fire arms. Bill read the first
time, and Mr. Lyons moved that it be rejected.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of the Interior) hoped
it wookl be allowed to pass to its second reading
under tbe rules, as he thought it could be shown
as desirable. Motion for indefinite postponement,
loot. Motion to pass to second reading under
the rules, carried.
Mr. Xaukana introduced bis bill to establish a
Judicial District at Waialua, with a salary for
the Judge of $300 per annum. Bill read first
time and passed to its second reading. Mr.
Naukana moved for suspension of the rules and
that the bill be read a second time. Bill read the
second time, and on motion for indefinite post
ponement considerable debate ensued. Question
put and lost. -
Mi. Lyons moved that it be amended by alter
ing the amount of salary to &250. Amendment
adopted, and tbe bill on motion passed to engross
ment. Mr. Aholo offered a resolution that the bill to
create a settlement on P. Kanoa and C. Kanaina
be brought up for reconsideration. Adopted.
Mr. Lyons moved that the name of C. Kanaina
be stricken out. Motion lost. Motion was then
made that tbe bill pass to be engrossed.
Mr. Hitchcock offered to amend it " striking
out P. Konoa's name, as he bad requested. This
amendment was adopted, and tbe bill passed to
be engrossed ayes 15 ; nays 10.
, ORDER OF THE DAT.
The resolution of Mr. Pilipo, that the exhibit
of expenditure in tbe negotiation of tlie Reci
procity Treaty be placed before the House, came
up, with the amendment of Mr. Harris (Minister
of Foreign Affairs). The introducer said he
would like an explanation to tbe House.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affaire) did
not see the use of tbe resolution ; for this House
bad voted $10,000 for that object, 2,500 of
which bad been taken for the Foreign Mission to
Japan ; and tbas if tbe member would pat tbe
figures together and see tbe difference he would
have what be sought for. On motion the resolu
tion was tabled.
The bill relating to divorce was next in order,
on its second reading, with motion for indefinite
postponement of the 1st Section with the whole
bill ; and tbe motion of Mr. Harris for passing
over the 1st to the consideration of the other
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) said
be was ready with an amendment to the 1st See-
tion, and moved the House proceed with the con
sideration of the bill. Amendment was to include
habitual intemperance and the affliction (?) of
Chinese leprosy, as causes for divorce. He hoped
the bill would receive the careful attention of the
Assembly and not indefinitely postpone it, as it
is a desirable one in very many respects. The
motion for indefinite postponement was lost ayes
13; nays 19. .
Sections 1 to 14 were then passed with several
amendments, and on motion the whole bill passed
its second reading 22 to G.
A bill to amend Section 780 of the Civil Code
pertaining to representation of the islands came
up for action.
A motion for indefinite postponement was lost.
Mr. Kaiue moved to amend by inserting six for
Honolulu instead of four. Considerable debate
was held by the advocates and opponents of the
bill, and finally Mr. Lunalilo's motion, that it be
tabled, was carried.
A bill to prohibit the importation and sale of
opium came up on its second reading, when, on
motion ttio House adjourned.
Frioat, July 1st.
Mr. rhillips (Attorney General) offered a res
olution that the Judiciary Committee be requested
to return to the House tbe bill relating to habeas
Mr. Phillips (Attorney General) gave notice of
bringing in a bill to convict false personation,
and asked that the rules be suspended that he
might introduce it as this was the lust day for
bringing in bills. Rules suspended, and the bill
read for the first time and passed to its second
reading under the rules.
Mr. Hitchcock oliercd a resolution that a new
Chairman be appointed by the President for the
Judiciary Committee, in order that the business
ot tlie Lommrttce be hastened, as tne present one
has utterly ignored bis duties of this House.
Mr. Kalama objected to the same on account
of its personality, and favored returning the
resolution to the introducer.
Mr. Kahaulelio favored the resolution.
Mr. Hitchcock in strong terms showed the
need of tbe change.
Mr. Lyons culled attention to the Clth rule of
the Assembly, where it empowered the Commit
tee to make tbe change if def ired ; and in view
of this, be would move tbat tbe resolution be
Motion to table was put and lost. Motion to
adopt the resolution carried, and the Chair
appointed W. P. Kamakau, Chairman.
Mr. Hitchcock introduced bis bill to repeal the
law in regard to Reformatory Schools, and to
regulate the Board of Education. Bill read for
the first time and passed to be printed.
Mr. S. M. Kamakau, on suspension of rules,
introduced a bill to amend Article 15 . of the
Civil Code, putting additional duties on articles
manulactured in this Kingdom.
Mr. Harris (Minister of Foreign Affairs) moved
that the time for introducing bills be extended to
tbe 5tb of July.
Mr. Lyons on leave introduced a bill to amend
the Statute, regulating the sale of awa.
Mr. Hutchison (Minister of tbe Interior)
introduced a bill to amend Section 1284 of the
Civil Code; also, a bill to amend the Act to
prevent the spread of leprosy ; also, a bill to
amend Section OG and repeal Section 99 of the
Civil Code, relating to public shows.
ORDER Or THE DAY.
A bill to prohibit tho importation and sale of
opium was taken up on its second reading. It
bad been discussed iu Committee of the Whole,
and referred to. the Judiciary Committee, and
was now in the desk of the former Chairman,
wbo was absent. On motion the Sergeant-at-Arms
was sent for the member.
Mr. Smith (Minister of Finance) moved the
House take up the next in order, which was the
bill to amend Section 383 of the Civil Code, on
its second reading. The nature of the bill was
to allow all parties the right of fishiiig instead of
only tenants of konohiki lands. On motion the
bill was indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Bovd moved for a suspension of the rules
that he introduce a bill amending Section 221 of
the Uivil code and section Zd or Chapter 51 of
the I'enal Code. Motion granted and on leave
tbe bill was read tbe first time, and passed to its
second reading under the rules. '
A bill to amend Section 1st of Chapter 7th of
the Civil Code, respecting the sale of awa, was
then read tbe second time..
On motion of Mr. Lyons the printed bill on
the same subject, presented by the Sanitary Com
mittee, was read the second time by its title.
' Mr. Lyons said that two petitions had been
handed to the Committee, one prohibiting and
one legalizing the use of awa ; and in considering
these, they bad secured tbe views of foreign and
native physicians, and bad drawn up the bill
with eare in reference to the testimony presented.
Mr. Boyd said, rather than favor the bill be
would a great deal rather support a bill to pro
hibit the use and sale of awa, and not thus make
a trap to catch people in. Uut if it is to pass,
be would favor striking out Sections 2 and 3.
Mr. Kalama was opposed to those parts of the
bill, as heavily taxing the industry of the country
in this cultivation of awa.
Mr. Hutchison supported the bill as presented
by the Sanitary Committee, but would offer an
amendment which he thought would improve the
bill very , much, though it might disappoint tbe
Committee. . The amendment was to include the
exhibit of purchasers as well as sales quarterly.
Motion to amend carried. Motion of Mr. Boyd
to strike out Sections 2 and 3 lost, and the bill
passed to be engrossed. ,
A bill to amend Sections 1417, 1418, 1419 and
1420 of the Civil Code was then read the second
time by its title - Mr. Martin moved it be given
to a Select Committee, which was adopted, and
Messrs. Martin, Lyons, Harris, Aholo and Kau
kaha were appointed such Committee.
A bill to amend Sections 483 and 484 of the
Civil Code relating to taxea on personal property
and real estate increasing the same from to per
cent., was then read the second time, and after
some uiscussion passed to engrossment.
An Act to regulate independent scbools'in
relation to sessions and qualifications of teachers,
was then in order Tor action, and after some
debate it was referred to the Board of Education.
A bill to prohibit keepers of coffee, victualing,
liquor and billiard saloons, and bowling alleyB
from allowing school children on their premises
after sunset, was then read a second time.
. Mr. Pilipo moved to amend . by adding and
sugar mills, which amendment was adopted,
and bill passed to engrossment. On motion the
bill passed to be engrossed, and the House then
adjourned. . , . . . .
t. - wausb. a. o. au.es
Shlpplsg and Commission Merchants,
1SS . nOHQLCLTJ, h. i. - ly
Attorney at Law and Land agent.
Will practice in all the CoarU of tbe Kingdom. Be will
AUeod tbe Circuit Coaru in KauL, Maai sad Hawaii,
... and viait either of those Iaiaada on
- - epedal boeineae.
o Office near the Court House. jr
. TIIEO. 11. DAVIES,
- Lot Jariion, Grten tr Co.)
Importer 'and ' Commission Vertnaat,
LLOTVS' lr TBE ZtKEWOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHER ASSURJKCK.COMPANT, mnd .
'. BRITISH If TOREtair MARINE INSURANCE CO.
lire Proof BoHdinga, Kaahamann and Qotn Strrcts
ALEX. J, CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent,
686 Ileaolula. Oaha. ' ly
JOHN R.1TSOX. '.
Dealer in Wines, Spirits, Ale aid Porter,
696 IloHolnlii. ly
A. C. BUFFUM, M. I..
Physician and Surgeon,
OBce and Residence, Aldrich "louse. Fort street 733 ly
G E O . T . S II 1 t I. E T , M . D
Chase's linilding, Fort &freeU ,;
731 Residence, Slakai corner of Fort and Chaplain Sts. ly
LEWERS At DICKSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Bnildlng Materials,
ess Fori Slrrel. ly
Til. C. HEI CK,
General Commission merchant,
088 Frt Street. ly
E. HOFFMANN, M. Ii.
Physician and Surgeon,
Ccraer Merchant and Kaabuinana eta., near PoatoHlce. 087 ly
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort street, three doors boloar Merchant Streets. 702 ly
C. S. BARTOW,
SnleM Kaara on Qneeu Street, one door frona
733 Kaahumanu street. ly
VM. NEW CO MB.
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. 723 ly
C. BREWER Sc CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 IIodoIuIu. Oaha II. i. ly
II. E. McINTVRE Sc BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery,
Corner of King and Fort etreets, Honolulu, II. I. 695 ly
F. A. SCIIAEFER Si CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 733 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE, .
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
739 Queen Street, Honolulu. ' ly
v. r.. OREEX,
General Commission Asent and Broker,
QUEEN STREET, j088 lyl HONOLULU.
FISCHER if RUTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall,' Honolulu, II. I.
. 724 ly
E. O. IIAL.L. t SON,
Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oili, and General Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Richardson's Store, earner Fort and Merchant
717 streets, Honolulu. ly
ED. HOFFSCHLAECKR Si. CO.,
Importersand Commission Merchants,
Corner T Fort nnl Mrrrhaut Streets.
. 720 ly .
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furnished to Bhlps on Favorable Terms.
McCOLGAX St JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. 1.,
724 Opposite Theod. C Heack's. ly
C C RICHARDS St CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, and
Dealers in Geueral Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
B. T. ADAHS. S. Q. WILDER.
ADAMS St WILDER,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
FIRE PROOF STORE,
In Robinaou'a) Building, (iuren Street.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeon. .
Office Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, (Drug Store of E.
Slrebz Si Co.)
Rbsidbscsj Chaplain St., between Nuuanu and Fort Sts
Owes Hocaa From 8 to It A. M.-, and from S to 6 P. 41.
' ' - 728 ly
L. L. TORBERT.
Dealer In all kinds of Building Materials,
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
: Sash, Blinds, Hoots, A-c,4tc. ' .
Ornca No. 20 Esplanade, (727 ly) . Oppositc Coubt House
; R. .DA VIS, "
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice In all the Courts of the Kingdom, in Loth EDglish
' and Hawaiian langaages.
692 Office on Queen Street, opposite the Court House, ly
Importer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
Famishing Goods, Perfumery, ice.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
HONOLULU, H. I
C II ULAN & BROTHER.
lMPOkTBUS or ASO DtlLIKS IS .
China Goods of all Descriptions, and in all kinds of
' Dry Goods,
Also, constantly on hand, a superlcr quality or Hawaiian Rice.
094 NOCANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
" CHUNG HOON,
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for tbe Pankaa and Amauala Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
1st New Stone Store, NnnanuSf., below Kins;.
TIIE NEWSPAPER KCOKOA,
Published Wee'.ly ln-the Hawaiian Language.
It has the largest circulation In the group, and Is read both
by Hawaiiaos and Foreigners. Priee $2 a year In ad- ;
q vance. Advertisements translated into II awa- .
. iian free of charge. Office oTer Post Office. .
HTM AN fc BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Clothing,
" HATS, FURNISHING OOODS,
Lidies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Motions, tc.,"te.
Cepl. Snoies Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (723 ly) HONOLULU.
' Dealer in -General Merchandise, .
Comer of Hotel aiA Xuuanu Streets, Honolulu, H.l.
- - ' ALSO
. Retail Establishment on Jfuuana Street.
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
OOLLES Si. CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
- Oueen Street, Honolulu.
urns it rtmisiioi to
Messrs. C. A. Williams s Co. I Messrs. O. Brewer h Co..
Messrs. Caatle & Cooke. I Messrs. II. Hackield k Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co. 1 1- C Waterman, Esq.
- 723 iy
ALLEN Ai CHILLING WORTH,
Kawalhae, Hawaii, -
Will eantinae the General Merchandise and Shlppingbnsineaa
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the jusUy celebrated Kawaihae Potatoea,and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at tbe
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. .
Plrewooel on. X3Co.xxcl.
. THOMAS SPENCER,
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, Island
Prodace, fcc, and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hllo. S. I,
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensiTe assortment of erery
; description of goods required by ships and others.
The higheat price riven for Island Produce.
K7 Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Spirits,
Ale and Porter, etc.. etc.,
729 MERCHANT STREET, 1IONOLLLL', II. I. f.
M. C. CHALLAMKl . A. ULl'MB.
CIIALLAMEL t CO..
Importers and Dealers in Wines, Spirits, Ales, 4.C.,
No. 8 NUUANU STREET,
729 Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
AFONG St ACIICJCK,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Fire-proof Store, Nanann Strrrt.
Under the Public Hal). 7UC ly
M. S. GRINBAUM St CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable
Clothing, Uats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
702 Makee's Block, Queen st. ' ly
J. M. WHITNEV. D. D. S
Orrica ovsa Dr. HorrxANx's Deco Stork,
CORNER OF KAAHUMANU AND MERCHANT STS.
694 Offiee hours from 9 a. m. till 2 p. it. ly
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Oifloe on Queen Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
BILLING II A M St CO.,
IMPUKTKRS ASD DBALRK8 19
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
727 No. 95 KINO STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Men's Furnishing aud Fancy Goods,
No. 4 MERCHANT ST., (727 8m) HONOLULU.
. BISHOP &. CO.. Banker,
Office, In the east corner of Makee's Block,
i : Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
Tbe Bask or California, San Francisco
Messrs Lass -Wallkh, - .- . New York,
Thkmont National Hams, - - Boston.
Oriental Bank Corporatios. - ' London, and its
Branches in Sydney aud Melbourne.
Bank or New Zbalanr, - - Auckland, N. Z.
Messrs. Marcuabo, Andiir k Co., Paris.
Agents Pacific Insouasce Co. and Manhattan Li Fit Inscr.
ancb Co. 680 ly
8AM 'L N. CASTLB.
j. a. atbkbton.
A. S. COOKB.
CASTLE Sl COOKE,
Importers and General Merchants,
Kliix aercct opposite tbe Senmeu's Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jayno Celebrated Family Medicines, i
Wheeler Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New Knsland Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala Sagar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Su.'ar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian t-tigar Mills, Maui.
The Waialua gugat Plantation, Oabu.
The Lumahai Rice Plantation. Kauai 716 ly
. D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business in tbe fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constanUy on
689 hand and for sale. ly
C. WATERMAN St COH
,Kspecial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, Oeneral Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Rowland, Jr. & Co., New Bedford
W. G. K. Popb, Esq., do.
J. C. Merrill k Co , San Francisco .
SEiips' Cabin Stoves,
EST 3-PLY RUBBER HOSE.
Cast Iron Washstands, Farmers' Cauldrons,
Cast Iron Sinks, - ImmieUss Pumps, No. 0 to
Japanned Tin for Signs, . . Marble Wash Basin,
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Dixon's best Stove Polish,
Sheet Copper, 4x0 'ft. 20 to CO t.
Will also find every description of JAPANNED WARE, and
many other things useful in the Kitchen, at the Store of
J. NOTT & CO.,
Practical Braziers, Copper and Tinsmiths,
Where they are ready to furnish Planters and others with every
Copper and Tin Work.
gor Work on Buildings, Gutters. Spouta, Water-pipes. Roof
fing, or any thing in our line will be attended to with prompt.
724 At No. 9 Knwhnmann Street. ' ly
mrTa. h. havell,
Piano Forte Maker, Organ Builder
MAMTACTfRER OF UJJBMOSITMS,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO
tate tbat he
Taaes and Repairs
Church Organs,Harmoniums & Piano Fortes
Having a large stock of Jones' Patent Felt, tbe various kinds
of Leather, Cloth, Wire, 4rc., ased in making Pianos, he can,
by Re-stringing, Felting, ic, restore old Instruments, and
make them equal to when new. Mr. II. Tunes on the perfect
temperament, beiDg the most agreeable division for Singing,
and brilliant for Playing. Uia Charges are moderate, and
Orders left with Mr. FISHER, Cabinet Maker, Hotel Street, or
at Mr. II A V ELL'S RESIDENCE, 121 NUUANU STREET,
wiU leceive prompt attention.
Pianos and Organs Kept In Tnne and Regalated
724 BY TOE YEAR. 3m
S. MACAU LEY,
Pianoforte Maker, Tuner & Repairer,
From Chickering $ Son's Manufactory, ..
tlie Inhabitants of Honolulu that having had
practical experience for tbe last twenty years
in making and ratairinw Pianofortes. Onrans.
Harmoniums, Concertinas, Violins, etc., is prepared to do all
work entrusted to his care in a superior manner, and hopes to
secure a share of public patronage.
. Pianoforte Spiral Spun Bass Swings made to order.
Pianofortes Buffed and Restrung at reasonable rates.
Macailcy's Celebrated Appoloneoa Qnadrille Band
. -. ; Can be engaged for Balls or Parties. .
Orders received at C. K. Williams Furniture Warerooraa. or
at S-Macauley's residence, Kakni Lane, near Mr. Keegan's
Store. . 731 1m
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS
leave to Inform tbe Public that be baa
opened a Shop at the old stand of
Harper Charter, when he. can b
found daring working Hours, . ,
Retvdy to execnte all Orders entrusted to til
In a Workmanlike manner.
He hopes that promptness and skill in Workmanship, to
gether with moderate eharres, will secure for him a snare of
public patronage. (73i lm) . J. T. CHAYIEK.
OPEN" TO ALL, EVERY DAT
,1H THE WEEK.
Honrs fro as 9 A. M. to 10 P. M., .
Up-stalr. fa the Sailor' Hoaae. '
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet
nga of tbe Y. M. C. A. 0 ly
Indexed mem. Books.
AVERY CONVENIENT ARTICLE FOR
BUI Collectors and ofaera. For sole by -
. e3 - ,- ;.. B. M- WHITNEY.
AX HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROWBARS
For sale by (728 3m) C. BREWER & CO.
SAniJEIi If! . C A It T 15 R ,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERT'S.
JO II IV AYfiKTT,
jf HOTEL STREET,
Jf'T. 71'2 ly Opposite C. K. Williams. Jfif.
DUNCAIY .fc CKOCKETT,
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. . 709 ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
TO Kins Street, Honolulu.
vsjTjnjjj, REPAIRING DONE WITH CARE
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
irr Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
i:. a. Ai)i)i:i:i,Mr,
SADDLE 6l HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honoluln. gKffi
r? Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pi omptly. - POO ly
J. T. CIIAYTEK,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
Shop on the Esplanade, near the Cus
aiTifiTT r iB Where he ia prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness aud in a wrrkmanlike manner.
Horseshoeing done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
HI. T. DO.ELL,
IMPOKTCB ASO MANCFACTL'AER Of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
f&a S7 Old Furniture repaired and Mattress of all de
f rcriptions made to order.
Before buy ing elsewhere call at 8 G and 88 Klngafreet.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mausfacturer, Importer and Dealer In Furniture
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. II. Boyd's
family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 089-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
f. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
(f spectfully inform the public that he Is prepared to cast
Vf l and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
(C7 All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
O Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
sizes: i, i, 1, 1J, 2 and 2J. Also, oil cups and gangs cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
686 ly King street.
KALIHI SOAP WORKS,
BY W. II. HUDDY.
FIR PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
WORKS is prepared to supply Customers and tbe Public
With the Dest Yellow Soap.
O" SOFT SOAP always on hand. 722 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS & MITCHELL.'
rffMIE PROPRIETORS OP TIIE ABOVE
m Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the best quality YELLOW SOAP.
SOFT SOAP alwnrs ou hand.
Tbtb Highest Price taid fob 8oap Obbassv 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C. W. GRAY & CO., LELEO,
(Office. No. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.) .
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Soap.
E3- Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. . 608 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
At tbe Old Stand,
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL S HOOKS and all kinds of Coop,
ering Materials constantly on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of tbe patronage which he has hitherto cn-
oyed, and for which he now returns his thanks.
- T1 Bra
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Water, Soda and Butter Crackers,
JKNNY LIND CASK, kc.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of tbe Beat Flour, baked dally and
always on hand.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITT
F. H.'& C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
. Snnann Street, bet. merchant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Oalv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, Stop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best -fly in
lengths of 25 and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com
- plete. Also,- a very Iaive stock 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 citisens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage In the past, we hope by sti let
attention to business to merit tbe same for the fotare.
rr Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
o. . - ' - 690 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
A K E A L L KINDS .0 F
machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
- BRASS AND IRON CASTIXOS.
' A large stock of Piping, Elbows. Tees, Bias Valves and
Cocks, Sheet Iron, Boiler Plate, Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Robber Packing, and every description of Machinery
always on hand.
1 Great Variety of Machinery on hand ft. far Sale Lo v.
685 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
HAS REMOVED TO TIIE"
- Premises, , fT:J
No. 4 O Fort Street, U
WHERX UK WILL ATTESD TO ALL ORDERS IN TUB
LOCK, tlN ASD GE5EHAL REPAIR LIST.
WUl carry on tho Basiness as heretofore, and will Repair all
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description!
PUMPS, AC, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALS CBXAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
; ' Cnns, Pistols, Shot, ImmnnltUB, ' ';
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Ete Ete.
'SB Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order.'B
' 'COLM AGIST II THIS KUtODOM FOB ' '
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
727 Near tha Drug Store of K. Strehs Co. Jy
AVI Ii 1. 1 ATI CI.AICIt,
KDOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
ftf NO. 44 FORT ST LOWER DOOK)
Opposite Lewers at Dickson's.
J. II. WICKE,
C X II I IV K T ITI A IC 12 It ,
ALASKA STBBKT BSLOW TUB TBBATkB.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prlct. 728 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
fjfil KInS Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
Honolulu, II. I.
FORT STREET, opposite C. E. Williams Cabinet
78 Wrtoom. ly
KORT. LETT V CO.,
Boot and tSlioo Makerw.
Manufacturing and Repairing done In a Workmanlike
728 Hotel st, opposite the Bell Toner, ly
soliTand saddle leather.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from tbe well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOTLEV,
By (722 ly) A. B. CLK0II0HN, Agent.
SAIL ITI A K I IV r .
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Partnership under the name and
style or J. ai. uti, bi., m uu.,iv carry ira ilft.
' the KalUlvfnLilnsr f lualaraa In all its aXu&aj
branches, at the old stand of J. II. Oat on Kaahumanu street,
Honolulu. Th?y are prepared to execute all orders entrusted
to them with promptness, and In the best style of w- .manship.
They return their thsnks to their friends for former favors,
and solicit a contlnusnos of their patronage.
J. M. OAT, SJl..
W. O. WOOLKKY,
Honolulu, June 0, 1870 733 8m J. M. OAT. JR.
Corner or Queen and Richard Street.
To tlxo XiadioM t
FLlTIXG! FLlTIVCt 1M CiaiFLG DONE
Bedding, Towels, Napkins, and all Unstarched Clothing done
at Reduced Rates.
Grata and Ship Work Solicited.
07 Wagon In attendance. B. II. LVON,
720 Cm Proprietor.
No. S merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IK ALL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
; - a lane variety of
Which he offers for sale at Vie toiDcul market prices.
Sets of beat Black Walnut Parlor Furniture,
Spring back Kasy Chairs, Lounges, Mattraasea.
XT Uatr and Spring Mattrasses, Window Shades and Blip
Covers made to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
and varnished with warranted antlafaction.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
gy Terns Reaaoaable-XI '
All orders from Ship-masters and the other Islands will be
promptly attended to. 714 ly
III LO, II. I.
Sugar and Molaggcs.
CiROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit parcbaaera, by
722 om WALK ICR It ALLKX, Agents.
Sngar and 9folae C'rop 1870. .
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
721 6m WALKER k ALLEN, Agents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. no YD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vcretablea
4r., furnished to order. iwij
KING STREET. HONOLULU. C87 ly
jfEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming In. For Sale by
710 6m C. BREWER k Co., agent.
HAWAIIAN I.EATIIIHl !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM TIIE CELE
BRATED WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sate at the lowest market rates by
Wl iy . , A, 8. vLEUUORSr, Agent.
II. Corawrll, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
In lots to suit purchasers. A pply to
60S ly GEO. O. McLEAN, Agent.
Key Checks. 'Basgagc Checks !
Something New for the Islands.
iZsr TIIE UNDERSIGNED IIAVIWO
wreoaived, by the Idaho." a fartosr supply of
Stencil Me and n Ontfit of Key Check Diet,
Would invite the attention of the Public U the same.
. 87 Key Checks, with owner's naaaa . and raaldanoa. If
quired in Oeraaan Silver, each. Caa be mailed anvwbawa.
Persons, Associations, or Departments orderiag a nsunnor sA
one time will be allowed k liberal discount. - .
mnMm'- THOtt. a. THRUM,
72Q 8m ; - Frout Room, over tbo Post O&a.
LA H DC URVEYITJC!
WTLL aTTBIDBD IOW j
. C. J. XYOW8,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEX TO OLD
and eonfllctlnr Surveys of Town Lota, al
Plans and Translating Notea.
B3 Kave orders at Office of 8. B. POLE. 708 ly
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
AT RYAN'S TURNPIKE STORE,
lis corrjer Huuana and Prince Streets. . Cm
Family Bible. . ,
AFULI ASSORTMENT ON HAND, SUIT
ABLR tor Holldav or Weririlna- VmmntM. and at sHm
from $1 to 14 ch. I2 II. M WHITNEY.