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PLAIN' AND FANCY
j BOOK A.D JOB PRIMING
BOOK?. BILLS OP EXCHANGE,
CirALOGfES, BILLS OP LADING,
BILLHEvD:?, CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULARS, BLANK DEEDS,
! AUCTION BILLS, HANDBILLS,
PAMPHLETS, MIOP BILLS,
HSITI.VO, BUS.WESS .iVZ .tDDRESS CiSDS
Executed witti mmii anil ountcH, on uatm irrnii.
I -porters & Commission .llcrcha n t s.
it. f. sov,
(.porter (General Commissiou Merchant.
Hanolala, Oaks, Hawaiian Iklanci.
Bill? of Exchange on Foreign Countries wanted -So if.
kouertc. JAX I ox ,
Merchant and Commi$son Agent
Hanalnln. Oahn, II. I. 35-tf
II. HACK EE LD & CO.,
Geueral Commissiou Aleuts and Ship
Hannlaln, Oakn, II. I.
. J. C. SPALDING,
1 Commission Merchant and Importer.
' Hanalnln, Oahn. II. I.
Waale-I, bill of Exchange o the V. S. and Europe. Con-
ignutenK I row abroad promptly attended to 1-lanl
; yrjjjce ol all kind. taken in Ecuaae foe goods.-35-tf.
J C. P. SAMSING Jc CO.,
Dealers ia China Goods.
Hanalnln, 0kn, U.I.
On lioi and fur sale, Su?ar, Molasres, Tea and OtT-e.-3.Vtf
L. f. !,
Si MA A: C LI F TO It l.
Ship Chandlers and General Agents,
Hanolala. Oahn. S. I. 35 f
:.i n jtll, ttcu
j AUSTIN & BACLE,
I Dealers in General .Merchandise.
Hanalnln. Oaiii M. I. 35-tf
i . J. ratui,
PORTER & OGDEX,
Importers and Commission 3Ierchants.
Hanttlalu. Ojliu, 5. I. 3 -if
Commission .Merc hunt,
Rton, I. S.
iJ-Zrkr to Mie, Atmo Si. Co. and fi. W. Wood. 35 tf
C. CICIJU LIC 2.1,
General Commission Merchant.
Ilahalola. Oahn. S. I.
.': aty ajvancrd on favorable terms lur Ellis i f Exchange 011
Vi L'n t d States, EaIifcJ, .r Franre.J5-tf
biin Chandler and Commission Merchant.
IIalaIa, Oakn, S. I.
p tupiilird witb refi-e.time M, prurUioiu, &c at ttie
joitcit niMice, on reasouabtc tcruis. Umuu aiu.
j ALDRICtl i BISHOP.
j Importers and Dealers in Geueral Mer-
j Haaatola. Oakn, S. I.
I -'-Iia i Produce biMiht and -.ld. centfurthe eale of the
j pr.Jict of the Ijhie PUntatn.3-tf
aao . cooaa.
CASTLE & COOKE,
rtmportets and Wholesale and Retail Dealers
ia General Merchandise,
! tbe old stand, eor..er of King an.1 Prb I streets, near the
large Stone Church, Also, at the New li-re, corner o
King and Bethel atreeu, near tlte 8eien' CnapL-3.-t
a. coadt, ' c- cvixios.
j U. COADY & CO.,
vkip Chandlers k Commission Merchants.
JIaIala, Oahn, S. I.
fi ?up plied wiia rcfr-inieifti, provuioB, tc, at toe abort-
et nonce, on rea-onlie terim N. K. Warned, wual-
. er" hills on tbe V. 8- or riripe, f r which money will
be advanced on favrabi teri 35-tf
HOBISSO Sc nilODE,
importers, and Wholesale Dealers in Wines,
Liquors, Cigars, it.
t R. intend keruinj a lim and well assorted ato. k of the
bit qashtv t ihe lowest .n bte price, and for this
. . n l j . 1 1 u. i. V rx nf liiTO for a
1 niderabTe period o wi'b U" " ,u"
n tasie aad iidnient. tbe bt tbt marx.i iaora, prr.i
ou to his n-iiiing Er nd to make pertuaneut arrang
aienu far future opie.-3S-U . . :
? - niTCMUL. CATT. K ATM 't r it-ES II.
j 2TIITCIIEIML Sc FALE,
Vnecessors to Lewis & Co., Ship Chandlers,
f Hoae-Iala. Oaha. S. 1. ' 3S-tf
I C HetT. CtB.HIlC.
j Von HOLT A IIEUCK,
3 General Contminsidn Merchants.
I Hanalnla. Oahn. S. I. f
J. T. WATEBIIOESE,
oamitionMerckaatand General Dealerin
Merchandise, Wholesale and Retail.
Haaalala. Oahn. S. I. -t
t p. MICHEL, i ;
j Dealer ia General Merchandise.
1 UaIaln, Oahn, S I. ., , , ,
I A' " Trench Ste comer ofNcnannand Marine st.-35tf
1 PIERCE IIEG ARTY,
Kkolesale and General Commission Mer
f Hannlnln. Oahn. S. I.
! R. J - n t. Pitlmii. rr
N. . W., and on OmmIi m to iOHN EICK
ARD3 EQ, Prtt t , gydner.-3S-lf
. a. cult.
GULICK A CLARK.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
Kiel at- Hatnln. Oahn. $. I. 35 f
general Agency and Cnmmission Easiness.
Mwwf. D. H. Wiii,, A;, Co, Breoea.
Mmts. Merer "taekea, .
Wws.Olrieht t Co. JNework.
ihn A. Parker, Eq., 1 .r -
ieorg. Hnney.Esq J ew BndlM'l. M3i
dealer ia General Merchandise,
able terms. Bills of Exchange wanted.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
MII.C. SILCHII, CL.T. EEISlai.
MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants aud Ship Chandlers,
Hanalnln. Oahn. S. I.
Stone Store, corner of K.ahomaaii and Merchant Mj. Money
aarancea on lavi.raMe term, for Whaler1 Bills on tbe
United States and Europe. 35.tf
, RICE & CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants.
Hanolala, Oahn, S. I.
&y Johx F. CoLicait, Auctioneer.-35-tf
Importer and Commission Agent,
Hanalnln. Oahn, S. I. 35-tf
FELDIIEIM & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
MrrrHnat t.. Hanalala. Oahn. S. f. 35-tf
WILLIAM BOW D EX,
Ship Broker and General Agent.
naaalnln. Fart St.
C. T. AYERBERG & Co.,
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Cnrarr af Kin? and Mannattra Si. if 1
Importer & Commission Merchant.
X'anann Street, Hanalala.
Vise tt Gar ivb, J. J. Ca!ai,
Prop wii.r, Bnraeaux. Acent, Honolulu.
B. PI'I MIAIN.
Ship Chandler and Dealer in General Mer-.
Byran'a Kay, Ililo, Hawaii.
SUips np, lied with general Uecruits, Wood, ic, at the short
ei n,.tice, uio-t iea-K)...bie term, iu cxtbauge lur
bills or guoda adapted totlie matket. anted, Uriel's
lulls ot. Uir L n.ted Mates or turupe, Ur wbicn uiuaey
will be i.dviiued u tavorble terms. N. it. Murage
f-.r 3 or 4mOJ barrels Utaen at cus(uury r.tcs.-J5-tt
u. o. cilma.x, ca r. e. smitu.
JIL1IA. & fe.lllT.i,
Ship Chandlers and General Agents.
Lahaina, .Maui, S. I.
6ltips supplied uiih UacatiTS, ctuhaca, aud Moxxr.-3o-U'
a. f.suia-At, s.Huiiaitii.
B. F. DULLES 6i CO.
Commission Merchants, ship Chandlers and
LbAauAAau, Ztlaui, II. 1.
ship. furui.heJ witli ricriu. V iidlcr'a Bi.lo wanted on the I
L. S. Ull tUf..H'. fcTuKAOA -UU
C. 11. A4-aiOi.iOA,
f LcUb.uliiHtul op,usite oeauicu' chapel,
Hanalala, Oahn, 11. I.
A large assortment ol ii.uucloiu, Cawiuieres ai,d Linen
jjnliiiij;, cuusUitiliy lor .io.
notice, .n latest lo.-l.iui.. 11
tiilUltUtj u.ldt al tllull i
Cabinet Makers and 1'rench 1'oiisLers.
liauolulu, Oahn, S. I.
House Carpenter, Ac.
1- rrt llcutulu, CuLu, S. I.
Nexi dooi lj JUr. la.slii.i'a Cuuper.Bc. All oiderspuuctuall
aiunii'U tu, auu juLbibg aiic on rcascUHUie t.rm-.
l l .ui and tj tcilitlius bUWn Ut orutr. Itvt .uu
."?anc c..iliuiily on li.nd. if
KOiiiASOX A: ELDltlDGL.,
House, Sign and Coach Painters,
Al tlie uldSlsnJ, Xssauu irre-l. n lstu
Bakery and Grocery Store,
Hanolala, Oaten. S. 1.
.u iunu street, beluoeu Cuaplain aud lloti-1 -trecI:.-li-tf
T. IIS5, T. XiXiSK J a.
MOSSMAX k SON,
ilakcrs, Grocers aud Dealers iu Dry Goods.
C. A. Tan E K,
Sail Maker, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
iias Cuu.UIill . t.u l.-td and I.,r rale, i.cuip uud cotton Can
vass, liiick, Uigt g, Put ut Lkiuik., Ncedlo-, Uld ails
and ererj Uung a;.periaiui. g tu tbe trade. Orders)
promptly a.icudcu tu. ami ri culeJ u iu quick de.patcb.
DAXlE"L7-f ANN EK'S
Ret taoraul Republic,
at all l.i.nrs, and with ih. bt-t tie maiket affords
Mdum Keat.eci, 1 duor belou Libe.Iy Ha-L i-tl
D. X. 1L1TNE1C, m
Continues to repair Chroi.onjelers, at the old stan.I :
accu. ate rate- dt-temn..ed by brv.n.n. ol the
sun aud t.r, with a traa.it lUMrun.eut ma e
bv tto-"k. II. Livt-riml rartirular attention r v
en t tine w?tch rtpainng. rxt.a.t and Ciuadraui
es silvered and adjtisted.-3- tf
J. il. WOOD,
Bootand Shoe Manufacturer, Shoe and Lea
Honwlala, Oahn, S. I.
Al lb J Brick Sloe fciore, co. tier vt Furl aud Merchant sis.-35-t
c. ii. lTe v UiisT
House Carpenter, & Joiner,
Fart a., Hanalnln, Oahn, S. I.
On the premise, adjoining the Prcncli II- tel. All orders pui.c
tual.y atle tied to ai.d j .hUng done -n rets n ble
tern.. Plan ana S ecilic.ti. draa n t" or er.-35-tf
Sil'AUf 4 KAIlt,
Cabinet Makers and Turners,
Hanalala, Oahn, S. I.
Successors to K. A. S. V..od, on Ilntrl street. 35-tf
a. r. at a am a.
JIISIIjK "1 vr . s
Batchers and Sausage Makers,
Hanalala, Oahn, S. I.
Would respectfully inf. rui ti.e Ee ident a. d Ship Masters
taallbry ca.. be .upplied with tbe be.t tUel, Pork aud
Jdattua al their etaou.-bmenl. b Coltaajn Market
also ai tlie Ne Mark, t, at the very lowrst ices.
Panii4ies ..MeU d sm rdmf Houses can be aapplied
at any time of dav wm b the be! eansge, Pork .c
Verls unpplmi witao-raed fceef aj.s) i-iva tftock on
the sbor-at iice.-35 tf
HEX R V SMITH,
Oahn, S. I.
ror Sale, two new hand cans and on Carriage with double
barnes eomp!9.n.-35 tf
" uTTTe lm ore,
Carriage Trimmer, Harneas Maker, and
nanalnln. Oahn, S. I.
Carrlges re-carered. All work done with promptne, tn a
workmaulike manner, and ou reasonable t-rtn. tor
erof P.t and Merchant ts, adjotmng tbe Bnck tnoe
. JOHN FHY'S
and Cap Eitabummeai,
Hanalnln. Oahn, 8. !
Lata of 8an Franaaco, would resneclfnlly Uforta th
.irf.n, sadrisiters of Honolulu that ha has
oaaaed a Hat ewblishmiit ia Nuuantt St., one
doabor. J. Fox'. Bakery and Grocery Sto, where
nay be found an aaoTtmcHt offa-hioaable bats.-ly- w
JOIIX G. LEWIS,
Real Estate Broker and General Afent,
HanalnIn.Onhn.il. . . a
V R. Bate and Transler of eelaundrd to, and Money d-
-V ...lA-V.Lnr,. chani e on the C. & bougbt and
sold at Uia lowest rate. Money i
n i u -a a-- . - .
, - . " : I J.nn.it
Oftice over the .lew rm vm , -
-22 ttJ3& Vhaxf, Bo.to..r. 8.
"W.H. WEBSTER, '
Land Ajent to His Majesty.
Omen in the KU'i Garden, Beritaai Sttu
Sy!ny. X. S. W.
GEO. A. LATIIROP,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hanalnln, Oahn, S. I,
OlBce at ibe Market Drug Store. Residence corner of Fort
and Beretania sta., next above the Catholic Church.
Langurrne, Druggist, wharf street, next door above
G. P. JIIDD, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hanalnln, Oahn, S. I.
At the Office formerly occupied by Dr. Ford, in KaHhumanu
etreet. Office 01 en from A. M. to 4 P. M.-35-tf
S. PORTE It FORD,
Surgeon and Physician,
Knahnmann uU, Honelola, Oahn, S. I.
N. B. Particular attention eiven to the treatment of diseases
of the ee and ear.-35-tf
C. II. WETMORE,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hilo, Hawaii S. I.
N. B. Medecine Chests replenished on reasonable tenns.-35-tf
DR. Ch. Fr. BERG,
Physician and Surgeon.
Hanolala, Oahn, S. I.
83T Office in Queen street.-39-tf
Physician and Surgeon,
Lain mt Battinaare, L. S.,
Eoprctfully i.ffers Li Eer-ice to ibe Clizt-tis of Honolulu anl
vicii.rty, in tbe Ti:rious branches of hi? profi-Srion. Wi h
indtry, au un-ullird reputation, toizrilier witli twenty
thiee car experience in tbe pu.fta-ii.n, hf feel- e bul
deued to -ffer to a kind and uiPCC'ninj: publ:c Office in
y llic'a Row, .Vuiiin'i strret.-30.tf
I. A. IVbuLLi.
a. o. lHiutos.
RUGGLES & CO.,
Drug Store and Dispensary,
Corner of Kaahuniana and Merchant treef. Oj en all
hours of ibe day and night. Prescriptions carelully
cump uudrd. tl-44
M. C. MOXSARRAT,
Oahn, S. I. 35-tf
G. D. GILMAX,
Mani, S. I. 41 tf
WM. B. RICE,
T'ml.rn ril.r 1 , T? m. -,,
Hanalnln, Oahn, S. I.,
Having been appointed Agent for the Underwriters in Boto.
U. S. K. iierrby give nol o- that he w ill l.e at all times
r. aay to tr .n.ait any husin. s ci.niucttd w ith this de
partment. Masters f ve-cis will confer a faror by
givingearlv ii f. ruialimi ! anv loariue ot isastt-r
occurring in this vicimtv, or "clscw here in the Pacific
IIEXRY A. XEILSOX,
Agent of the X. V. Board of Underwriters
Office at the conntio? room of Rice Co
Ilonolala, Oahn, S. I.
Matters of vesfel an.l ot it-rs w ill confer a favor b giving ear-
infurniaiiun al any m irine losses or disaster occur
ring .u tne vie nity ot the Hawaiian Islands, ur else
wheie in t ie Pacific-35 If
rillCIIl. Illt, CHAl. H. BVTLEa.
SWA IX A. BUTLER,
Coopers, Honolulu, Oahn, $. I.,
Having formed a cparterhip n..der the style ..f Swain a, d
lvXrr,h,V"i i- orni. i7u'?&$?gud
u -11 it various i'ranci.r iiop.n; ny :rict attention
Iu Lirni ii i arc i pauiii; udirtiiiat . vu uaii-. awm i
it sale, a ixt lit. u cak bar.., iuck(u, tubs, sbowvr
tii am b .thing IU1.S.-3, t
J. A. IiLUDlCli.
Cooper, Honolulu, Oahu, $. I.,
Haiiug taken the premises firmeriy occ pied by W. Vincent,
Hotel St., l.c-a.- M .ui.a Kca -t. n ill c. ntinne to carry on
tlie OKpf r's buine in an its nraiicnes ai too
uif-mi.iiied pli.ee w line be hope lliat thue of hi" iricinl
wbo hxre hitherto ntf rded him a lib. ral patronage will
n t f il to five hi . cail. N. B. 1,5iW bbl water cask
on hind an I fr.r Hle on liberal teritin.
C. 11. MA KSHAI.L,
t n-r if .. oai,n s I
Cooper, Hojiolulu, Oahn, S. I.,
Has n-utovrd li- eh p t the yard in rear of the store fornier'y
occupied by Pu chard c., .. d wo.ld r. ,pe, tiu.iy
ir,f ,rin the publ c tiiat be is n. w prepare to execute any
or.irr,in the co perase line, at ibe shonest nrt ce and
on heni..slren.il.letern,!.. Tuh. shower baths, and
work of every decr ption made
le t . order.-35 tf
F . BAKER,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in the various the Conns -f Iland, and ol e
it colliTii"n and other business, liefer tu lluD. W. L
lee and W. .N'ewrniub. M. D., Honolulu, a..d Judge
Masters, Libaina, Maui. -Cm
Attorner t Law,
Lahaiaa, Masi, S. I. -
J. D. BLAIK,
.... . : .u.
Will practice in the rious Courts at Honoluln, and in the
Circait Cuurl at L. staina, be will alo pronocuie claim
bei- re the Land Comnii-won. und act as a-ent f..r ti.e
collection of debt a d the imrcbiw and -ale of rea! e
tr. i'i.nr vaorii ri. d the emnvit. lion of ti le deed
nromwlv attend d to. Otfic in Fr.-nch' b ildine. 3-ti ,
J. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney at Law.
Office in the Hanalnln Hnnne.
THE IIO0IaUMT 1R0X hOPaRS.
Tbe undersigned is now prepared to manufacture
and repair all kinds of
.MACHINERY AX D 31 ILL WORK,
and also all kinds of laox ad Brass Castisos
made to order. Also, Sawi.no of Lumber prompt
ly attended to.
D. M. WESTON.
SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES.
BURGESS, GILBERT fc STILL,
Wholesale, Retail Booksellers and Sta
tioners, San Francis a, CaU
And Atema for American a.d Foreign 5JarMiae and Ntwa
pap. N o. 126 Commercial street. 35-ti
.raws.?. tniTB. nnv. -
SMITH, BROTHER & CO.,
'. (LATE raoSST, SMITH CO.)
San Fmciac Cat, .
r.,h..reon Measra. GnnnaH, Jlinturn tt Co.. A. C. Rosaier
" m . . ,.T w-ia av r!n. H ion. r . nam
Co . New Yort.
tt On., Loodon.-35-tf .
" WELLS, FARGO dc CO.,
Bankers, Commission Agents ' and. Expres
San Frmneisca, Califarala.
MITCHELL n. FALES. acents in Honolulu for the above fir-n
sriDforwarl to Sa" Fra.cuea. by Exp p nil parka
narcai ar Irttar. for oeliTs- ia any part af the t ntted
Ptate.. Canada, or Europe. i,
H. I.. JUNE 24, 1854.
Wc give the following, from' the Friend, as the
prominent facts end proceedings of the various Ha -
naiiau wnouieui, owcieiies, an meir anniversaries
held during the last week in May.
The Hawaiian Missionary Society.
Receipts for the year, - . $7,733 70
Disbursements, - - - 4,590 4'J
Balance in the Treasury Dec. 31st, 1853, $3, 14S 27
Appendix to Report to June 1st, 1S53.
Balance and receipts,
Disbursements, to June 1st. -
S 839 83
Balance, June 1st.,
Considering the ravages of the small pcx, and the
fact that the last was the first year of a general effort
nd the comparatively larce contributions by the Ha-
waiian Churches, for the erection of church edifices and I thod adopted by lhem. And we hazard notLing
r8'WMBdtkM the assertion, that the Hawaiian nation
has not been so great as anticipated, and the future is .
full of hope. Money is needed to carry on the most im- ! bas advanced farther in the road towarcs an en
porUntof all works committed to man, the evangelixa- i lightened Cliristian state, in the last 34 years,
tionof the world, and if the heartt cf Christiiuis are i
j engaged in this momentous enterprise, and their pray -
ers ascend in jaitn for its success, tne Lord to whom ! than it would advance in VJ centuries under tne
belongs .the silver and the gold will not .permit it to be : inaucnce of gUES and p0Trdcr the sord and mili
wanting in carrying on this great work, till it shall have , 6
been accomplished in the subversion of the Prince of ! tarJ garrisons. Who doubts this?
darkness, and the cstablifchment of that of the Pnnce of
Peace. t. CAS ILL. Ireasurer.
The following officers were elected for the eneu
ing year :
Rev. A. Thurston, President.
Hon. John Ii.
Rev. V, P. Alexander,
" T. CoaN, J. V. Pres'ts.
" R Armstrono,
" Cm. B. Rowell, J
Rev. E V. Clark, Corresponding Sec.
Rev. D. Pole, Recording Secretary.
C. R. Bishop, Esq , Auditor.
Rev. S. C. Damon,
Rev. L. Smith. Ex. Com.
Mr. J. T. Waterhocse, ) .
Rev. W. P. Alexander, Preacher for 1S55.
Rev. L. Smitu, Alternate " "
The Hauaiian Bible Society.
j Receipts for year ending May 31, 1854,
I Disbursements, -
Balance on hand, May 31st,
A largo invoice of bibles and testaments are
now ou the way to the islands, in the John Caskie,
from New York, which will require the whole
.r-ri Li e .1 . ! rlrwjp n Inner nnii rnnHntiPil round frnm trio wrinl
amount of funds on hand to pay for on their ! c"se ong and con.inued round rrom the noIe
The following officers w cie chosen for the ! 0n motion f iIr- S. N. Castle, seconded by R.
- . iV. Wood, a vote of thanks was unanimously
ensuing year . !
Hon W L Lee President i paSSCd t0 Mr- Gre??' fF hl" d1
G M Robertson Esq' ) , 1 tl,e Secretary was infracted to request a copy for
Varir RnnniVr' Fn ' I V' x-' publication in the Transactions.
Re" S C if.w? Secre.nry I The exercises of the evening closed with a fine
x.r-v. o. v. ii.iu. orciciury.j o
A. S. Cook, Eq., Treasurer.
Mr. I Bart LETT,
Mr. J. T. Waterhocse, Ex
r Z V,' ARMSTONG J m
Rev. S. E. Bishop, Preacher, for Io5.
T, r i. . ..
T at a
av w s w m aaa a'avava a . . ma .
Rev. A. Thurston was appointed, to pre -
I ,0 ,)e ,earl&t tne next Anniversary, a
history of the Hawaiian Translation of ,he
jjij,! a. ,ne c00 ()f ,ne exercjse)1 a c.
j lection, aiiiouutino io $-03, was taken to pro -
uiote the distribution of t..e sacred scri.tui es
!ainon Hawaiian seamen. Ihe statement
j was'made that many hundreds of them left
j ,u.nuay unfuini.-hl'd with the Bible.
J. lie Jlaicauail lract OOCielU.
The Report of the Secretary gave nn ac-
u nt of the Society's opei ati. ns during th-
rv-fi rn s r .ii... - . . . -
!l,a?" )rv "- A---p i -. ''.
1 Sue etv t o poitMir, wa? also read.
fV - .l . r .v t
From tho Report of lhe Treasurer, it ap-
rarpd ,iat ne had received as follows:
I . . - , ,
j 1 rom donors and sale ol books
; .Jlw, frn. - 301 17'
v - - -
For Colporteur enterprise,
- 4i .
Toial receipts, -
The following officers were c
ensuing y ear:
Hon. L Andrews, President
J W. .Marsh, Esq., Vice President.
G. M. Robertson, Esq., Secretary.
O. H. Gclick, Esq., Treasurer.
Kev. S. C. Damon, 1
Mr J. T. Waterhocse, n. Ex. Coin.
Mr. G. B. C. Ingkahoi, )
At the i-lose of ihf eX'T' ises, a col!
ltd abu S7 was Inken up
a i? I
iiuirmiin ruJflKUl .iSSUCKiuWl. .
During many e;irs past, the American
MMSionaru-shavcWii a. cuslom.-d So a.nii-
rr ?r ... r r..i j
hie at Iloiioiiiiu annimil v, loi iiiing a lolv ,
styled the " General Met-ting l'lhe Mission."
The Mission having been dissolved, when
they assemble heiealter, it w ill be in an ec
clesiastical body, styled "The Hawaiian
Evangelical Association." This is not a new
organization, hut one which has exislde for
about thiity years.
Members Present from Hawaii. lUlo,
Rev. D. B. Lyman and Rev. T. Coan; Kai
lua, Rev. A. Thurston; Kau, Rev. M. Kin
ney; Waimea, Rev. L. Lyons.
Mali. LoAataa. Rev. D. Baldwin. La
hainaluna. Rev. W. P. Alexander, and Rev.
J. F. Poguc. fVailukv. Rev. Mr. Conde,
and Mr. Bailey.
Molokai. Rev. C. B. Andrews, and Rev.
S. G. Dwiht.
Oahc Honolulu. Rev. E. W. Clark,
Rev. L. Smith, Rev. D. Dole, and Rev. S.
C. Damon. Etta. Rev. A. Bishop. Wai
alua. Rev. J. S. Emerson and Rev. P.J.
Kauai. i-oIoa.Dr. Smith. Hanaku
Rev. Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Wilcox.
' It is a matter of congratulation that Societies
like the Missionary, Bible and Tract have been
organized and sustained in this Kingdom, and that
they are quietly engaged in their useful and be
nevolent operations for the benefit of the needy
and ignorant. It is sometimes thrown in the teeth
of good enterprises, that " charity begins at home,"
a doctrine, we believe, not found in the Christian's
"marching orders"- the Bible; but rather Go
ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to
every creature." This renders the twrU the field ;
and wherever misery, ignorance and destitution
are found, there is the Witimate field for Christian!
; enterprise, and there Christians should be found
i iu wring.
It will be observed that the gross receipts of the
three Societies mentioned, were but SI2.017 17.
while war demands its millions and hundreds of
millions, to inflict injuries, instead of conferring
blessings, upon men. We hope these Societies !
Ml . 1 1 " .1 ' . . .1 1 1 I
win go-aneaa in uieir UDpreienaing worx, ana
that their friends will rallv around and sustain
question that the influence of such Societies is
much more effective and salutary, in elevating and
civilizing the nations, than the sword, the Paixhan
gun or the fear induced by physical power, at a
thousand fold the cost of the more Christian mo-
! tur0USri lDe wuuenco fi operauons uce icese.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society.
cojtTi.tCED raoM last week.
Eve.xi.no Sessioj, June 13th.
Trio PYrrwA rnmmpnrpil M ltfi aiiirriiKT htr tha!,
....b...t, -j -
j Honolulu Amateur Musical Society. After which,
j the President introduced to the audience the Hon.
j D. L. Greg?, who had kindly consented to deliver
! the annual address before the Societv. Mr.
Gre22'3 address, which was an eloquent prodnc-
i tion, was listened to with admiration and much
j attention, by the crowded audience, and elicited
i durinS iu delivery lrequent applause, and at its
; and well executed piece of music by the above
I named Society, when, on motion of S. Reynolds,
i seconded by R- C. Wyllie, a vote of thanks was
unanimously passed to the Amateur Society.
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Adjourned till to-morrow, a 12 o'clock, to attend
; ... T ,n,
: iyh.ujbai, June h, km.
The Societ et at W o'clock, and the Commit-
: tees chosen, proceeded to judge of the productions
, exhibited, who made the following Reports.
j Tlie Committee on Callle reported, and
rejiort was accepted, and is as follows:
.UV. President und Gentlemen of the Ii. II. A. S:
Your Committee of judges on Cattle have award-
For imported, short horned Durham bull, $20 or
' sjlvpr cnp lQ T'nos ClI,
For best native bull,"
inuiiiiJ-s. of Honolulu.
i nos.uraininr!, oi tianoiuiii.
For best native cow, ?IU or silver cup, to Paul
i V,p..bfst fat cs 'er 4 -vears old or iasd'
, to J. Holmes.
! p . f , - , , 4 ,
. - J
, al. to raul Jllllini.
j For best working oxen, .5 or medal, to J. S.
We rezret that exhibitors did not comply with I
i n'r r .K'the rules Zf the So-ietv in entering their cattle, as
hosen fr the so - rf "f wrd
i .vi,,,.!. ....i.i ihc ,v; k,-.
i . ' . "
It is to be hoped that in future, ti.e regulations will
be understood, and that exhibitors will take the
trouble to regard them.
I f TORRERT
R. M OFF IT,
J. Pi KOI.
. ... "c . " .
Tno Committee on Shetp, Sum:, fa reported,
, a fi MiUi '
' To the President of ihe Rnyal Hawaiian A$ri-
cultural Society :
. " t j
i In,; Co.i .ir.ttee on Sneop, Svine. Wool and
TtrreiS, do report ih it we have awarded prizes to
I th. f.,ll.,win r exhibitors:
j No -32, best Merino Ram, R. MofStt, ? 10 or cpp
"3d, " native Rim, do., ilo'reli'd Shepherd.
41, " 3 fleeces, do., silver medal.
44, for trrriers, Paul Manini, $10 or collar.
" 45, best bor, imp- John Meek, foot medal.
46, do. do. native, Prince Lilioliho, 5 or niedil.
" 47, imp. Sow, John Meek, 85 or medal.
44 4, - - owner unknown.
" 49, lot of pigs, R. MofStt. .5 or medal.
In numbers 33, 34, 35, 3i, 37, 39, 40, 42 and 43,
there were no competitors.
Your Committee remarked 2 wethers of native
breed, of superior quality, and worthy of notice,
exhibited by Thomas Cummings.
Respectfully submitted for Committee.
JNO. MONTGOM ERY.
The Committee on Flowers, reported as follows,
which was accepted.
IIonolclc, June 14, 1854.
To the President and Members of the R. II- A. So
ciety: Gextlexen :
Your Committee on Flowers have examined with
much care, the various boquets and collections of
flowers on exhibition, at your Fair, ani would re
port the following as deserving of the premiums
under their several classes-. .
No. 130, best collection and greatest variety of
flowers Mrs. Hillebrand, $10 or cup.
No. 131, 2d do. do. do. do. Mrs. m. Ladd,
No. 132,be8t floral design Mrs. Judd, pr vases.
" 133, " boquet, Mrs. Maicc, borp-et
No. 134, most beautifully arranged basket of
flowers J - jiontgomery, ao. ao
Vn 13.1. mImi rarlpfv of roses Mrs. Makee.
Yonr Committee hare found no little difficulty
in selecting from ho rich and beautiful a collection
of boquets and groups of flowers, those most de
serving ot premiums, and they cannot conclude
tneir report without expresiing the highest satis
faction, in view of the progress in floriculture.
I i i 1 i . : i j . ,
siuce yuur lisai. rttir,a,uu inrir atrnairaiion oi irte
many beautiful specimens exhibited, which, in sji
ordiuarv collection, would have demanded rrues.
Among the new gems of this flural exhibition, we
ly nouw lue auiu caue iuj 01
I J l . I I r
C. II. LUCE,
II. W. F10.D.
The Committee on Grain, fiour, seeds, and Firld
crops, reported, which wes accepted, and is as fol
Gkais, Flovh, Seeds iD Field Chops. The
undersigned, Committee to which wns assigned th
duty of determining' as to t!ie test trecimrnsof
" Gra, Flour, Seeds and Field crpn" exhibited
for a premium at the annual Show and Fmr of the
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Stciety held Tb:
day, have had but a very limited amount of labor
to perform, owing to the want of eon. petition in
this particular department of the Exhibition. We
have Been informed that various) larmerfl upon
East Maui alone hive raised the present acason,
upwards of fitu-en hnmlred acres of wheal of a
good quality, which bus yielded an avvrafre of
more than twenty bushels t the ecre! '1 hia w
above the average yield of tbe bt-st wheat rjrowirg
regions cf tha United States, and but a little be!ow
the average in the wheat district of Great Brit
ain. The average p-oduce in the State of New
York is bet fifteen bushels, and in the Celebra
ted wheat region of Western New York, but nine
teen bushels, while in Enriand it ia but twenty-
two bushels, and in Scotland only thirty. Individ
ual instances of thu produce of tifty bushel to th
I acre in New York, and of sixty in Scotland, are,
however, by no means rare.
! With such reported success in wheat cultur
'upon the windward Islands of this group, it u a
j source of much regret to the Committee, that but
j a single specimen of about two bushels was offered
ifora premium. This is marked No. l.andwa
! raised by Messrs. Croswell &. Gower, of East
I Maui, and in the opinion of the Committee, is cu-
titled to tne premium of ten dollars on
a silver cud.
(The berry ia full, of medium size, but does not
! hoar t!i Plfflr ilwtill.f rrlnaw annaarann .f ,k
- i : it i ...
Valparaiso auuies rea cnan nint olue stem or
Crate wheat or indeed of any of the best winter
varieties as grown in the western portions of the
Its general appearanco is much like the Spring
varieties, especially such as is known as the Med1
iterranenn Spring wheat, at present raised to a con
siderable extent in tho middle and Eastern part of
for family consumption, and the bread made from
j jt retains a pleasant moisture, and is of an agreea-
ule uavur , uui as ltd iaOUr Id not as wlutc, and Will
I absu,.b (Uch Waterf it is nt for fcr
i bakers, und is It s valuable lor export.
j There was no flour on exhibition, and th Cum-
IIiUec are' therefore, u:ub!e to determine hnt
grade or quality ot flour can be manufactured from
i lhe wllC of l"s '"d, but we are clearly of
j the opiuion that the quantity and quality wculd b
aIike satisfactory, and tliat wheat growing will be
f.'TLf ?T F'"" cf
I the Islands where it can be raiaL In thw rocnoi-t
j the wheat region does not seem to be limited to the
liigh lands of East Maui and Hawaii, as a very
creuuaoic specimen was shown us, which was
raised by Mr. Emerson, of Waialua, only a few feet
above tide water.
In corn, we award the premium for the best
awemy ears, to specimen marked o. 5L and for the
jbest bushel of Indian corn, to specimen No. I.
j both raised by M r. W. Chamberlain of Oahn.
j The corn upon the ear is a superior quality of
V iweive roweu yeuow variety, and we havesel
uuiu seen, in me most iavorea eorn countries, a
b-tter specimen of the kind. '
We award the premium for the best sample of
white beans, to specimen No. 4, presented by Mr.
Dole and for the greatest variety of garden eed
to Mr. Eugene Bal, who exhibited upwards of sev
enty choice kinds, all apparently in good order,
i and,.rais?J in lhe S,rJea of J- Montgomery, Esq.,
' VI IIIIJ Villa
r-v "Ve l."ac:?- ana oui' tolerable cigard
WPrO hm'tOri K rr I om A - U m- S. sT L T
, . . . " "
" 7 ;, uu''" T, Vu. Prcm'u '
ten dollars or a cup to Mr. A. Archer, for the best
half acre of tobacco
Several varieties ol beans wer ,nn. he f,
oterai varieued Ol oeand er snown 0T Mr.
V. Chamberlain, bnt as the rules of the Socitv
confined thf awnrrl f nr-,.. ... -l.;.,. k f
. - !";" w .i.e uniw,
"c "7 rt,tr luem ,or Prpose or com-
urenuiug lacin io me aucniion pi cultivators.
Mr. Emeron, of Wahlm. had on exhibition
jpecimens ot wheat, barley d oat,, in the ear.
, raised by birr, on land but slightly oJevated above
i lce level ol i"e sea, as an evidence that rrraimcon-
! traro trt f Ld -jnira!lu a.;..4J r .
' "i"n.u,;, can oe euc-
iCsstulI7 wh'" toi.-s and ?lr the oa
j coa?0L - "c ci"mn'1 ettferpn an-1 Pcc-.r-
(ance cf Mr. Lmcren a an example worthv tf t!i
.,.. 1 ..a . a . ,
! tl. r .
i vara :i5e oocrv?:, wu.i mu'.i pi3jre,
dozen ei'S ef sw.et corn raised hv Capt. Mukee.
jThia ii the rarietv known : h ,4
! 1 llSCdrfira nr cn.i rrr. nr.! . - ,-... .1,.!,.:
1 w. " - V'.llll I.' ! IIH-.H ltjl.l"rf
stable for t tbl at all scions. 1-s -liHiva-
..wm ttiijuutci, nun rrTunimnu .
1 D'eriu T in thr n-pAorit imf'n.ri- iit'fr.
i f" , . " p.eectn m. td?:Cc ot two di!,.ar,
i a'ld J,Hit :n fu'-R'e a s-itajle premiu-n 1-c fii-n-d by
1 c2?,et' U,I l,?st twcfr.vpr rf'-"- corn.
. F. ANGEL.
Ii. W. WOOD.
T. MOSS MAN,
Tiie Cooiiiiitiec on sugar, syrup aud coffiie. m?.s
a report, which was accepted.
The Committee appointed to award the premi
ums on sugir, syrup and coffee, beg leave to repoit
that, bavmtf examined the aeveral speciuicos sub
mitted by the different competitois, tbeir award iat
On StaARw lt Premium to Alexander Mc
Gregor, for 100 lbs. exhibited, toting a iampie of
thirty-four tons, iuanuctured at Koloa, Kauai,
within the lat year, as alteleU by the requisitn
vouchers, $20 or a silver goblet.
2d Premium to L. L. Torbert,for 100 lbs. extib
tcd, beiug a SAiupie of 15 ton, manufactured at
Honuaulj, East Maui, within tlie Iact yeir, as at
tested by the proper vouchers $10 or a silver cup.
3d Premium, to L. L. Torbert, for tbe best 100
lbs. exhibited, -$5 or a medaL
. On Srairp. Premium to L. L. Torbert, for 20
gallons syrup exhibited, being a saaipla of about
300 barrels, manufactured wiuiin the past year, as
attested by certificate, $ 10 or a cup.
On Corrst. -1st Premium to Caminirgs -Hall,
for ever 25 lbs. exhibited, being a sample ol
10,000 lbs- raised by them at Napoopoo, D-trict
of Kona, Hawiij, within the last year, as per cer
ca.te signed by " P. CummiEgaV jgloor a stiver
2d Prexium. far over 25 lbs. co3ee exhibited
Demz a sample ot at least uxJU las, raised by na
j tives in tbe District of Kona, Hawaii, and coi!ccte-l
m i it