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- , THE CIVIL CODE
See. 623. Whenever ny foreign built vessel shall
aa been neCly registered by the Collector-Genera I
' Of Costosns. ha than notifv th Minister of F reim Affairs, and
at the MM t w tx-ward to said minister the fonUni register of
' Saarb mwL aw ia rfefanlt thereof, a statement if such interna.
. boo a he may pawn, in rt-spect to the disposition which ha
oeen aaade ot sucn register. I Pn receiving loreign mu
ter, or Information relaiinr thereto. th Minister of Foreign
ASsira shall transmit the same to the accredited representa-
Uevonesa,if each there te to this kingdom, of the nation
to which aoeh vessel frwmerTy belonpe.1, and (ban notify soch
- ispu si illative, or consul, ot the new registration of the said
- See. 639. Th Collector-General shall preserve in
his t'Sce a duplicate of each certificate of registry
triitol Kt him, and In ease of the loss, or destruction of any
each certificate, he shall furnish, npoo the application of the
owner of the vessel, to which such certificate belonged, and at
his expense, a cert Ifled copy of the duplicate orwinai, wnicn
copy sl.aU possess the same weight and validity as the original
r Sec. 640. It shall be the duty of the Collector
General to keep a record of all transfer, by sale or
fbrrwts, and all mart r area, or hypothecations, of at.y tia
. ; waitaa resist end Teasel, or any part thereof; sod no such
trasauer, amrtage or hypothecation, shall be valid or effectual
anlesa made by a written Instrument, nor until such Instrument
shall have Hern deposited with said Collector-General nr record.
The time of such deposit shall be noted by said Collects Gener
al, or bin dryury, ascas the back of every such instrument re
spectively, and the ssme shall be deemed to have been recorded
fmm thai tine t provided, however, that the provisions of this
section shall not be held to apply to bottomry b-nxls, and other
hypothecations of a like nature, mad in a foreign cuantry.
Sec 641. Every transfer of a registered vessel, or
any part thereof, when duly made and recorded as
i i prescribed la the but preceding section, shall entitle the trans
feree, heb.g a Hawaiian subject, or otherwise entitled to the
right of regLttry of soch, vessel, to all the rights and Interests of
- Uw original registered owner, In respect to such vessel and
Sea- 642. Upon the payment or discharge of any
mortage, of hypothecation, upon a registered vessel,
or any part thereof. It shall be the duty of the mortgageeor
piedere. or bis lawful representative, to execute and deliver to
thesuomraiforor pledger a release dtly acknwledged. which
a hall be entered of record by the Col!ector-4Jeneral ; or to ean
eH the same apoo the record by written entry of satisfaction
thereon, under penalty of a fine not exceeding- one hundred
dollars, every soch neglect or refusal, and under a further
Umtnlitj to pay all damages occasioned thereby.
Sec 643. In case of the transfer, mortgage, or
. iyprthecAtioo or a registered vessel, or any part
there- it shall be the riaty of the owner or owners of su-h ves
set, to produce her certificate of legistry, to the Collect or
' Cieoeral, within three days thereafter, or if the vessel be not at
x-AfM tame within the kingdom, then immediately after her re-
-tnrs) ; and the Collectec-eeneral shall note in hnef. such trans
, j frr, asorisBige!, or hrpc4hecatim, upon the back of said emifl-
eat-. - Cpon a vioiatiou of the provisions of this section, every
' asseh Vessel shaB be liable to seixure, condemnation and sale.
See. 644. Whenever any certificate of registry is
given np to the Collector. General, upon the transfer
- - of the vessel to which soch certificate belooccd, he shall, befure
' re-iasoio soch certificate with his endorsement of transfer
thereon, ar before grantins; a new certificate of registry to such
weasel, met of the owner or owners, the bond prescribed by
- srctlon bo.
Am. XXV. Of Passports.
Sec 645. Every person who may have resided on
1 these islands for more than thirty days wishing to
leave the kingdom, shall make application to the collector of
the port frcca which be intends to sail, lor a passport
Sec 646. It shall be lawful for the Collectors of
Customs, and in case of their sickness or absence,
tor their respective deputies, to grant passports to all ap UcanU
for the same, as provided in the last preceding section, upon
the pajment of oo doilar, the price of the stamp, except in the
following cases i
Firat. la ease of the Indebtedness or obligation to pa v money,
' f toe applicant, to the Government or to any private individ
ual, of which the collector baa icceired written notice, accom
, psnied by a request aat to grant a passport ;
Strund la case the applicant is a party defendant In a suit.
civil or criminal, pending be due any court in this kingdom, of
- which the collector shall have received written notice ;
' " ' Tkirit la case of a writ of ae treat regno, or any other
. prso ss so arrest or stay the departure of the applicant, shall
, have been inwd by any court of the kingdom, of which the
cois-emr shall have received notice in writing ;
Ftmrtk- la case of a writf-n complaint being made to the
; eofWtor. that the applicant is about to dej-art the kingdom,
leaving bis wife or baidy on provided for.
Sec 647. Every Collector of Customs may, after
granting a passport, cxncei the lime, upon being
satisfied that it was obtained by any deceit or miare presenta
. Horn t ar that the nermissioa to leave the kingdom will work
rreatwTongorinJuaore to theOoveri.roent,or to sny individual.
. The s41wcur shall, within twenty-four hoars after cancelling
any such pssapoit. giv written nnti of such cancellation to
the lawstir or ansnmandinsT officer of every vessel in pot, either
- by persvwsi srrvice, or by leaving the same on board surh ves
sel, and shall forward a like notice to the Government Gazette
" ; SecLWav So passport shall be construed to pre
Vent the arrest of any person obtaining the same,
opa prucra itsaing sot of any court of the kingdaitn.
. - Sec 649. Eery person who shall depart from any
port in iihe. kingiloro with the intention ot leaving
" tee l ists, without first obtaining a passport, shall be ni-ct to
a sac not exceeding one handred doUars, in the discretion of
Sec 6-V). Every collector who shall grant a pass-
port contrary to the provisions of section 646. and
shall rfu.e to raneH the same in accordance wi:h the provi-
amcs ot asrtion 64". previoos to the departure of the swrsna
, ohtainitnt the same, shall be suhj-et Xn a fine not exceeding one
burrirrd d.4:ar, lo the discnlion ot the court ; and the party
injured tarct'T may have his reinrdy against him by a civil
Sec 651. Every roaster or commanding officer of
vessel, who shall convey oat of this kingdom, any
persno not having a passport, shall he sal-j--ct to a fine of fifty
' d-(ukr. and be liable Sir sll delKS which such person may have
(" ' feft aupaid In this kinsxtan ; and if be shall (ad to pay such
noe- and debts, soch vessel shall be subject to seizure, rortdem
watiosi and sale for the payment theieof s provided, alwsys,
' that w( the wotlstonwof tMs a-etloo. or erticle, shall l
cn-mrd as appUcable to any seaman legally shipped oo board
, of any vessel.
V - Sec 6oi Sothtng in this article contained shall
be const r ned e contrary to section 453. which pro-'
TVtes t the sranttag of passicrta by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs in certain casia. .
- Sec 653. Any person who has obtained a pport
to leave the kingdom, who may leave and retain
' wLthia one year, may leave again under the sune passport, there
I,? no written notice filled against him ; provided it I vised by
the eullaeujr of the port, at which any such party may emlmrk.
jjter the lapse of one year a new passport shall be required.
.See 654. In all eases in which any collector shall
z fcave refused, or cancelled a past pert, on any of the
grownds art forth in sections 64d and 647, such collector may,
la caws such applicant rbail file with him a sufficient bond with
Sorettea to be approved by him. conditioned that said applicant
win. pay the amuont of his Indebtedness, or obligation, or abide
(he results 4 the suit, and r-sy the s-uounl i any judgment
that may be rendered against him in sny pending suit, or pro
wide lor the support of bis faoUly. as the rase may be, issue a
ptMsport lo the party applying f"r tbe same.
Abt- XXVL Of Smuz!ig, and Other Frauds
i - i .'-. ecatnsf the Rettnve haves.
Sec 655. Every person who shall be in any way
engaged in ti e Importation, introduction, landing, or
CrairAippfanr of any" goods, wares or merchandise, subject to
duty, withrstt pajlcnt or securing the payment of such ditty, or
who shall make oat or pass, or attempt to pass, through any
raumt-haaw, any false, fcwged or fraudu'ent invoice, and also
kiaaLtera and abetbws, shall bu deemed guilty of the misde-
sno nor of smnegUng. and on conviction thereof, shall he fined V4
not leas than fifty, nor more than one thousand dollars, or im
' pris ied at hard labor on exceed in two years. In the disrre
. (iaa f tha woort t and all goods, wares, and merchandise, so
smuggled or attempted to be smuggled, and the vessel from
- ' " which they are smuggled or attempted to be smuggled, togrth
r srkk ail her boats, tackle, apparet and furniture, and all
other boats, vessels, sod craft of whatever description, in any
n. ased or enoaxed in such smuggliog, or attempt to smug
gle, shall be jrfe:ed. and may he seized, condemned and sold
joe ms nwacfit of the Hawaiian Government.
Sec 656. Any person who shall be charged with,
fc.or aawpeeted of the offense of smuggling, or attempt
' aog ss smogs W. may be arrested by any officer of the police or
IMIW wttboav a warrant, and detained nmil he can be
' wrought besbre some police or other Justice, for examination.
f Sac 657.- In all eases where any person shall be
' charged with smuggling, or attempting to smuggle,
any gnsSs. wares or merchandise, it shall be Incumbent on snch
arson, to prove the legal Importation, and the payment of the
. duties reotlired by law.
Ceo. 65& All baggage, or other property, exempt
t-m duty, landed without due entry and permit,
.-tssc made and obtained, shall be furieited, and be Eable to
; ' f 1C53. Whenever any article, subject to duty,
I. J ti feund in the baggage or any person, which
, aaaCl atthe time of msking entry fir soch barrage, have
Men elaSSAra CO the enOeetor, it shall be forfeited ; and the
- ists 1 U Whose bs ST rt it shall be found shall forfeit and pay
aaaa tts vahss f aoch article.
C C-3l All vessels, boats, goods, wares, merehan
0 dise, or cbr property, liable to forfeiture shall, and
Btaswsr' I ia aoy place, either upon laoLor water, by any
eoiiect or ether oftoer of customs, by any person employed
fjf tjfce ft ursnflw of smupgling, or by any hen IT, constable, or
Mice ewcrr aad all pvuperty so seised by any other per
Baa tkM a eoUeetor.shaB.se soon ss conrenieat, be delivered
lata the care wf the collector, nearest tut place of seisure.
Bee 63t. It shall bo lawful for any collector or
other oGcer of customs, to go on board of. and ex-
nine f-v vassal, so her sstry into sad departure front this
- tispSnsaf, and at any oth-r tiass that such collector or ether of-
--gejftvflCi It shall bo Uwfal for any collector, or
' ct'ier oCaer of en vt ores emjlryel for the prevention
of or fcw any saeviftooostable, or poOes oOcer, to go
asj boarsf a. y weasel, wben be shaB bars reason to suspert any
wr o U sut'i to daty art concealed board of such vessel, and
mm aisj ii slnr Ms eoauntawioa. or appointment to office, to
Sisn 1 for, awisc and semrs any such goods, .
Can, lfaey collector, or other officer of customs.
9r sheriT. coostable, or other police officer, shall
stwpecs the eoeaab r" any smugftot goods la snjr
h.mae. sboa. cHlar. w , r-woa, hulk, or other place, he
Ba9, npoo sppaeav , mmy if iaatioa. setting forth
aa lir n- sWto wui nuist tn the wpsnton of soch Judge or Jastioe.
lo justify Bach suwniotts, bw entitled M a warrant to enter such
lasehvM ct.ar, warebnoaw, iwssa, ha k. or other pace, and
torr ' k smeesi (r and aeeoiw any sue roods f aad lo case of
lssmss I.SS Ileal spsa il s ilmls Innls. snl other pack-
asssa. aav taere u sjsss. and frwea thence f bring away a' 7
aasrfsi C-s. and f place and secure the saaas ia t he mstody
af thacn tw, Mirmt p , - ' r.
Cm. X7X9 mmf eol lector, or other officer of
at til c a it neees-ssry. fee may call upon
v. eonsCa, er ether police officer, to render hffit
ar - t . maatng ar soJoiclrMr any aarcb or m isurst ant
a s a ' rsMsawt sweh sjsaaTsnrs, ahaa be tlaSis to a noe
. avic. ' fre J taUtr, ti t" dacredoa of the court.
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dctng, oppnsmg, aaolesting or obstructing any such officer, or
other person, sod also any person aiding or abetting In the com
mission of such oftVmse, shall be habieto a floe of -not less than
fifty, nor more than one thousand dollars, in the discretion of
Sec 666. The Collector-General, or any other col
lector of customs, is authorized to cause a suit or
mMilIm n ha tnltntaut In kU ma name. OO behfif of the
Hawaiian Government, tor any violation of the provisions of
any law relating to the revenue ot customs.
Sec 687. All vessels, goods, or other property seis
ed, kball remain in the custody or some collector r
other officer of the customs, until It shall have beea aacertaioed
whether the same are liable to forfeiture or not t provided how
ever, that if the claimant of any such vessel, goods, or other
property, shall pray to have the property delivered to him, the
court may appoint three appraisers, to appraise under osUi trie
value of the same, at the expense oi tne oaunani
Mtien rJ ,k. .nmiMUHlL the claimant Shall KiVC S DOOd With
two good and sufficient sureties, to be approved by the court
for payment to the collector, of a sum equal to the value apprais
ed, and produce a certificate of the duties having been paid or
secured, soch property shall be delivered to ine oiui.
Sec 6C8. If, upon the trial, judgment shall be giv-
en for the claimant, the bona shall oe canceueu ,
but If against him, he must, within twenty days thereafter, pay
into court the amount of the appraised value with the costs, or
judgment shall be forthwith rendered upon the bond, oo motion
in open court, or before some judge at chambers.
Sec. 669. All property in the custody of any col
lector, or other officer of the customs, shall, after
coodemnathn, be sold st public auction, UKn giving such no
lice of the time and place of sale, as the court may direct.
W 7fV When anv DroDertv Bhall be seized under
anv Uw relating to the revenue of customs, notice of
such seixure snail oe puoiianea in me uoiHuiimii v-...,
nnless the person from whom it is taken, os the owner, or some
person authorized by bim, shall, within twenty days from tbe
day of such notice of seizure, give notice to the person seizing
the same, or to the collector, that he claims such property, it
shall be held to be condemend, and shall be sold as such at
Sec. 671. The proceeds of all property condemned
and sold for violation of any revenue law, after de
ducting legal commissions for selling the same, snd all other
neeeSMrv expenses t and also all fines and penalties imposed
for the violation of any reveuue tow, after deducting the costs
of court, shall be paid to the Collector-General of Customs.
Sec. 672. The proceeds or all forfeitures, fines ana
rnlmw nn.ler the revenue laws, after deducting
the legal costs snd charges, ss provided In the last preceding
section, shall be divided as follows :
One half shall be paid and accounted for by the Collect or-ue-.i
t. ll ..i.Ler ct Fraancr. for the beuefit of the public
treasury one ftrarthe to the person ho gave the definite In
formation which led directly to the seizure, or induced the pro
secution t and one fourth to the person who made the seizure or
entered the prosecution if no other person has a claim as in
former than tbe one making the seizure, or entering the prose
cution, he shall be entitled to the one half. m
FW fV7?. Anw nerson entitled to a share ot any
such forfeiture, fine or penalty, tanj be u.ed as a
witness on the trial, but in such case, his share of such forfei
ture, fisfyr penalty, shall belong to the government.
Sec?f74. Everv Derson having a claim for a share
of any such forfeiture, fine or penalty, shall state the
same in writing under oath, to the Collector-General, within
twenty dsrs from the date of the seizure, or from the time the
penalty is'imposed, other is s he shall forfeit his claim.
Sec. 675. The Collector-General shall pay over their
shares lo the several claimants, according to their
legal rights, of which he shall be the judge, subject to an appeal
to the SlinUter of Finance, within ten days after the rendition
of the collector's decision.
Sec 676. No officer shall be entitled to a share of
any forfeiture, fine or penalty, for any violation of
the revenue laws, by virtue of his office, nor be debarred from
re eiving a share, on account of his office or salary : provided,
t.A thnt if tSe Collector-General shall be a claimant In any
ease, his claim shall be filed with, and be heard and determined
by, the Minister ot rinance, suojet w u hi'c'-
Sec 677. All 8Dirituous liquors seized and con
demned for any violation of the revenue laws, shall
be sold in bond, and be subject to exportation, or to withdrawal
I consumption, upon payment of the legal dudes, the same as
ir rK. .,a heen leenllv imoorted : and the person or persons
entitled to a share of the proceeds of the lliuors condemned and
sold, shall receive a share of the duties actually paia on sucn
linn.. in the nronortion of their shares in the proceeds. All
other property, so seized and condemned, shall be sold without
any reference to amies.
Sec. 678. When in any suit for the forfeiture of
any vensel, goods or other property, judgment shall
he riven for the claimant. If it shall appear to the court, or judge
trying the case, that there was probable cause of seizure, such
court or judge shall cause a certificate to be made thereof, and
in such case, the claimant shall not be entitled to costs, nor shall
the person who made the seizure, or the prosecutor, be liable to
a suit oo account of such seizure or prosecution ; but the vessel
or rather property must be. after judgment, forthwith returned
to such claimant or his agent.
Sec. 679. Xll suits to procure a decree of forfeiture,
condemnation and sale, against any vessel, boat,
goods, or other property, may be broucht in the Supreme Court,
in any Circuit Court, or before any Judge of the Supreme or
rirruit Court at chambers, and they shall have exclusive juris
diction to try and determine such cases s provided, always,
that the several police Justices shall have enncurent jurisdiction
to try and determine any such suit, where the value of the pro
perty does not exceed nve Duixirru aouars.
Sec. 680. Forfeitures for the violation of any pro
vision of tbe revenue law, shall attach and divest
the property the moment the offense has been committed, and
no sale or other change of property shall purge the forfeiture.
Sec 681. All suits brought against any person.
vessel, crouds, er other property, for the violation of
any provision of tbe revenue laws, and all snits brought arainst
any officer of the customs, or other person, for anything done in
pursuance of the revenue laws, shall be commenced within six
months after such violation is discovered, or such thing done.
Sec. 82. Cpou sworn complaint to any justice,
eh;irine: anv person with the violation of any provis
ion of the revenue laws, and setting forth sufficient focts to
warrant said juUce in the belief that such violation lias been
made, he shall issue a warrant for the arrest of surh person,
commanding that be be brought before bim for eunination.
If. after the examination of the accused, toe justice snail oe ot
the opinion that there Is'prooabte cause to ne!:eve,-upon the
evidence produced tn him. that a convict inn would take place
before a jury, he shall commit the srcul to priwn. to aw mi nis
trial at the next term of th bupreme or Circuit Court : provided,
however, that the accused may be released front prison, upon
giving a bond with two good and snfficlent sureties, to he appro
ved by said justice, conditioned for the payment of any fine
that may be imposed noon him. if f nd guilty, or that he will
appear at tbe time of trial, and answer to the charge ; and
further provided, that nothing in this section contained shall be
construed as iimrtering with tlie jurisdiction of the police Jus-
ices in cases of smuggling and other ouenses as provided in
tbe next succeeding section.
Sec. 683. The respective police and district justices
throughout the kingdom, shall hare jurisdiction to
trv and determine all cases, in which any person shall be
charged with smugging, or attempting to smuggle, and all other
offens-s against sny provision of the revenue taws, when tbe
amount of tbe fine does not exceed nve hundred dollars.
Sec 684. In case any person charged with, and
convicted of, an offense against the revenue laws.
shall desire an appeal, it shall be incutnlient upon him to first
pay the amount of the accrued sts and fine, or to give a bond
tr the payment of the same, signed by at least two good and
sufficient sureties, to oe approveu or me court oy wnom no wss
Sec. 680. Every person who shall be fined for a
violation of anv provision of the revenue laws shall.
in case he fail to pay such fine, be imprisoned at hard labor
until such fine be paid or remitted, or until be shall have earned
a sum equivalent to such fine.
Sec 680. If any officer shall make any collusive
seizure, or shall deliver up, or shall make any agree
ment to deliver up. or not seize, any vessel, boat, or other pro
perty liable to seizure, or shall directly or indirectly take or
receive any bribe, gratuity, recompense, or reward, f r the ne-s-lect
or non-performance of his duty, he shall, for each such
offense, he liable to a fine of not exceeding two thonsand dollars.
and be rendered incapaoie ot serving tne iving in any ouce or
employment ; and if any person shall give any brihe, recom
pense or reward to. or mane any sucn conustve agreement witn,
any such officer, whetlier the offer, proposal, promise or agree
ment, be accepted or performed, or not, he shall be liable to a
fine of not exceeding two thousand dollars.
Sec 687. Whenever the words " goods," " wares,"
and merchandise," or either of them, are nsed in
this article, the same shall he construed to include all property
of whatever kind or description.
Sec 688. The Minister of Finance shall have power,
from time to time, to make, alter and amend, such
rules and regulations for the collection of duties and the trans
action of the business of the Custom-IIouses, not in conflict with
any law, as he may deem proper, giving due notice of the same
in the Uorernment uasette.
Sec 68'J. Any person who has incurred any fine.
penalty or forfeiture, for a breach of any provision of
the revenue laws, or is interested in any vessel, or merchandise
subject to seizure, forfeiture, or disability, may petition the
Minister of Finance, setting forth the circumstances of his ease,
and praying that the same may be mitigated or remitted, and
the said Minister may mitigate or remit sucn nne, torreiture, or
penalty, or remove such disability, or any part- thereof, and he
may direct any prosecution for such fine, penalty or for feiture,
to be discontinued upon such terms as he may deem reasonable.
Abt. XXilL Tariff of Charges for the Depart
ment or finance.
Sec. 690. For the receipt, care and disbursement
of all residuary moneys belonging to the estate of
any Intestate, a commission of ten per cent.
For the receipt, care, and storage of any residuary property,
other than money, five per cent, ad valorem per annum, be
sides all actual expenses.
For administ'Ting any oath, one dollar.
For every copy of any document, fifty cents per hundred words .
For sll ether acts and duties, the fees of which are not other
wise provided for, such charges as tbe Minister of Finance may,
from time to time prescribe.
CUSTOM HOUSE CHARGES.
Sec 691. For visit of health officer, when required.
five dollars ; and when necessarily detained on board,
ten dollars per day.
For bill of health on departure, when required, five dollars.
For entrance pilctage at the ports of Honolulu, Hilo and Ha.
DtH, one dollar per foot upon the vessel's draught. .
For departure pilotage from any of said ports, one dollar per
font upon the vessel's draught.
For anch-Ting any vessel off the port of Honolulu, ten dollars t
an I if the pilot be detained longer than twenty-four hours, five
doUars per day for such detention,
F w every stamped blank furnished by the collector, one dollar.
F receiving and filing every manifest. Inward or outward,
For receiving and filing every entry, fifty rents.
For receivUg and filing every bond, given to secure the pay
ment of duties, one dollar.
For every clearance, one dollar.
' For the benefit of buoys, two dollars.
For lights at LMhalna, two dollars.
For boarding officers, at those porta where no pilotage la
sharged. Ore dollars. . .
fur every bulk, moored in the harbor of Hodolulu, one hun
dred dollars per annum. ,
For every passport, the price of tiie stnerp only, one dollar.
' For measurement of vessels for regiitry, five ceon per too.
F-ar rersterins; any vessel, twenty-five cents per t-jss.
F w every copy of the cerUficaM of regis! J-, fifty cents per
Br,wi. t words.
Fur recording every bill of sale, mortgaew, or ?"-enecatioa
sf vessel, or part thereof, fifty cenla per buo J-
Fjr-evry eofy ot the same, fifty cent per ho v
The Custom-House charges for all otb acts and 1 H
herein prescribed, and also the rsfts of -a. shaj l-
giay, nron time to time, be prescribed by mister of 1 .
HARBOR MASTER'S CHAECra ;
" Sec 692. For every permit to discLaJ je fort'a
art man fifty cents.- " - -
For staarped bond upon diavrharrs of foreign ssr C-S
For'staatpeil applkaUion tbe Oovrrnor tor s.r- I-.
' v kriin. aad saonrimr vesaria. the foes lartecrlla it I
CHAPTER X- Dtpajlment of Public Instruction.
OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Sec. 693. There shall be an executive department,
to be styled ve Department of Public Instruction,
which shall be superintended and directed by a BouiA
ncation, consisting of a president and two directors, who shall
he appointed by the King, shall reside at the seat of govern
ment, and shall hold office during tbe King's pleasure.
. Sec 694. Said Board shall have entire charge and
control of tbe Department of Public Instruction ;
shall superintend the execution of aU Uws retoUng thereto
shall have the power to make Its own by-laws, not In contra
vention of the tows of this kingdom ; shall keep regular rec-dl
of its proceedings, and make a full report, through its Pjt,
of the business and transactions of tbe department to the legis
lature, at each regular session thereof. .,i
Two members present at any regular meeting, shall consti
tute a quorum for business.
Sec. 695. For the purposes of this chapter, the
said Board shall possess the powers and privileges or
Sec. 696. Said Board may, from time to time, adopt
rules for the internal regulation and government of
the public schools, and schools supported by government, not
inconsistent with any la w of this kingdom, and such rules, when
duly made known, shall be obligatory, In all respects, upon
both teachers and scholars.
OF THE PRESIDENT.
Sec 697. The President of said board shall keep
an office at the seat of government, and sign all of
ficial documents of the board, tn order to tbelr validity. Me
shall use his best exertions to promote the Interests of education
.1 t ih. Linodnm. and the eeneral onjects
of the detmrtment t and shall receive such salnry as theegis
... in.. 1... Mimiiwr, ths Board Ihlll
laiure snnu atiermme. a win -
receive no compensation for their scrvicee.
Sec. COS. The President of said Board shall be
-...1 a oiprk tn nsfiist him in the dis-
charge of his duties, whose salary shall be such as the Legisla
ture may, trora time to time, uncnuiuc.
c rifio" tv,. aoii nt tiiA Tpnn.rt inent of Public In
struction shall be such as may be approved by the
n . . .. . 1 nr .11 documents beloniting to
said Board, certified by the President, and impressed wilh such
seal, shall be as valid evidence in any court, as the originals.
Sec. 700. The President of said Board, shall, from
time to time, make a tour of the respective isl"3;
to Inquire into the condition of the schools supported or aided
by government t to instruct the school-officers and teachers in
" .u .j .....i-. l.. i.ar and nnre them to the
n-fani mi mar uuuw mmuw. - i
faithful performance of the same; to awaken an It"'
among parents for the education of their children, in knowledge
and virtue ; to hold public examinations of schools and when
in bis estimation the merits 01 any pupu or i.u .-,
1 1 -w. pan.m.nt irice Such DUDll Or
nemay, oy way or un-vini .-r.- . r-- . -
teacher a certificate of honor, or such premium as snail oe
authorized by the Board of .Education.
Sec. 701. The President of said Board shall, from
time to time, address circular directions approved by
.1 o 1 v. Hu.w;w- ..i.nni anneriiitendents of the sevcr-
1IK w ureiwi'."'v .-1
al districts defining their duties ; instructing them how to act
. 1 . v. 1 iHluiiwa nwin what
in concert wun mo scnooi-icacnrxu - 7
...I. . . .i : ..m;. oan.iiHuuHt f.ir teachers' license.
r , . 1 .:....:.. .i.uii lu. wineted: when to consider
anu now w n cihmi.i" ,
any such teacher fit for his olfice ; what studies are to be pur-
sued in the government scnoois, auu 10 n
make the returns required of them, prescribing the form, and
. 1.. r... ...k uinrni! how to draw upon
transmuting wic muu - - , , - ,
the school-treasurer for the support of teachers and other school
. - . 1. : k. amiuinU ilnUTll
purposes, auu now 10 account io oo" -
how, and at what prices, to account to him for the -sale of books
- . - t:.-.i l.;a rioitfartment : how. and lor
what causes to suspend teachers ; when, and for how long va
cations from study may be granted ; and gem-rally to instruct
them on any subject connected with his department, and wmcn
the Ibiard of Education may direct.;
Sec 702. The President of the Board of Education
: t,.v,. .,i,hrriTvi tn hind out. under proper in
dentures, vicious chiWren convicted of any crime or misdemean
or to persons of good character, who shall teach them the rudi .
ments of knowledge, some useful trade employment, protect
their morals, ojid become responsib' Ns paymeut of their
fines. , -
OF THE COMMON bOIOOLS.
c -Ao. Ti.a nlim-t of the common schools sup
ported by government, is to instruct the children of
. J . . i 1 i ,1,. nKllmitiitK nf remline.
the nation in goous morai?,
writinz eeography, arithmetic, and of otl-r kindreil clemenUiry
""""' " . L .v.- ,ii. r n x-honl ottieers. narents.
brancnes; auu it vium w j . .
magistrates, police officers, and ministers of the Goejiel,
p . . . ... . u 1 :. m ,n in effHTtinff this oliiect.
UirOUgllOUt HIC . nivi". ... a
Sec. 704. For the purposes of education, tne King
1 :' .i:,;,lt ;nn ci-linnl districts, the boundaries
11 IJH JO U1 IMV'S a w - - r
of which are the same as those of the taxation districts; that is
m . .ha h- riivi.i-fl into e zht uniform
to sav. tne i9iuu v, -.--
school districts, a. follows :-l, Il.lo: 2, Puna? 3 Kau, fconth
Kona ; 5, North hoos ; o, soum ivoum , 1, ,
8"anlakU; - xt...i .K.ll lv divided as follows : 1st. from
Kohakuloa to f'kumehame, including Kahoolawe ; 2d, from
Waihee to Honoaula inclusive ? ou, " .7-
. . V. . ith llamakualoa. Ilamnkuanok-o. llalii-
nuiu. nnna, iiin- - , -
maite, Makawao, and Kuia ; 6th, Molok-.l ; 6th, Lanai
The Island of Oaliu shall be divided as follows : 1st, from
Maunalua to Moanalua Inclusive ; 2d. Kwa and aianae t od,
i'aialua t 4th, Kooiauioa , u, nuumu
The Island of Kauai shall he divided as follows : 1st, from
. . . . .. .. l.l...lva 4.1 from Wahluwa to Ml.
ivanloio to iiaoai' . - - -
. . , : . 4.1 rn,m K 11 10 K:inulomalo Inclusive :
nauiepu incmnc , .i, ...... 1 - -
4th, from Anahoto to Kilauea Inclusive ; Sih, from Kalihiwal to
Ilonnpn Inclusive otn, .Minau. ,
K . , - h, .K.llvi 1vl bv their several sniier-
Ttie anove uipin nmj ; -- - --- - --
mtendents, under general instructions from the Board t.f Maat
. . h,ih ohMrvance of ireocranhical
lion, into roioor u 1.131""-, - j - - - - -
lines, or othrwis-, fir griater conveoience and.efficieney in con
ducting tbe public scnoois.
e "nr. t oi.nll V10 ho rlnfr of the Board to dis-
cec iuo. 0 a""" j
continue any government school, wherein the aver
age daily sttendance or scnoiars mruuj.-uoui n.-j
less than eighteen : provided, however, that In remote districts.
may, in its accretion, com uiue b--.t
. . . . . 1 umi.a.i K- rpar miv lie less than eighteen.
IH1IT llicmmn. ini"u(iii. ' . .
nd where the wants of the people of the district may require tU
Tfir. Tko ProoJ.lont of the Board of Education
TTV. A - " '
shall recommend to said Board for appointment, one
nui ..inOT-inti-iulent of schools f ir earh of the said
tr 111111 " i " ,
ditricts, to hold nfiee during the plear nre of said I-oanl.
Sec 707. The respective surenntendenta shall, in
consultation vrith the trustees of the respective
schools, within their several districts, lmve power to Iicne
t-achers. according to the rules which mar from tinie to time be
established by the Board of Kdncatin ; but the President of
said Board shall, nevertheless, have power to revoke the licenses
s- given, for good cause.
Sec 708. The superintendents, in consultation
with the trustees of the several schools, shall have
the power to employ school teachers in their respective districts;
to erect and repair school honses, ami to draw on the treasurers
of their respective districts f.f the necessary funds to carry out
these objects, under general instructions from the rresid-nt of
the Board of Education, reporting quarterly to said ITesidetit
the amount thus drawn and expem ed.
Sec. 700. The several superintendents shall, under
the President of the Board of Education, lie the
truitees of all the school property, for their respective district ;
ami shall severally have the power to sue nud be sul on ac
count of the same. In any court of this kingdom. The school
houses In their respective districts shall be under their immedi
ate care, and they shall, so far a poii,1 I'r-rve the same
from injury and decay, either directly or through the local trus
tees. Sec 710. It shall be the duty of the several super
intendents to report quarterly, to the President of
the Board of Education, the number of teachers, schools and
school houses, and also their character and condition, in their
respective districts ; the numlier of scholars attending stieh
schools, and their progress in learning and good mrtrnla. For
this purpose. It shall be their duty to examine the schools, and
Inspect the school houses under their care, either in person or
by deputy, at least once in each quarter year.
See. 711. The pay of the several school superin
tendents shall be such as the Board of Education
may, from time to time, determine.
OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Sec. 712. The fathers or guardians of the children
connected with any common school, may meet on the
last Monday of December in each year, and elect, vivo voce, a
majority deciding, from their own number, a local committee of
one or two trustees, (the number to be determined by the super,
intendent of the district,) being subjects of the King, whose duty
It shall be to co-operate with the superintendent of the district,
in carrying into effect the laws relating to common schools; and
whose sanction shall be necessary to the election of the teacher
of the school, to his dismissal from office, and to the agreement
for his wages.
Sec. 713. It shall be the duty of the district just
ice, or some one appointed by him, to preside at the
election of trustees, snd report the result immediately to the
school superintendent ot tbe district.
Sec 714. It shall be lawful for the district justice
nearest to any common school, on the written com
plaint of any ten persons having the right to vote for the trus
tees of such school, against any trustee, on account of immorali
ty, neglect of duty, or general unfitness tor the office, to insti
tute an investigation of the complaint, without charge, and on
,meint evidence, tn denose the accused trustee from office.
Sec. 715. Should the office of any school trustee be
ccme vacant by resignation, death, removal, or any
ether cause, such vacancy may be filled until a new election,
ry some proper person to be appointed bythe school superin
t :udent of tbe district.
8ec 716. In case of disagreement between any
school superintendent and the trustees of his district,
1-! the discharge of their respective duties, each party shall have
the right of appeal to the Board of Education, whose decision in
etch case shall be final.
Sec. 717. Every school trustee," declared by the
superintendent of his district to have been faithful
in the discharge of bis duty, shall be entitled to such compensa
tion oat of any appropriation for public schools, as mar he al
lowed by the Board of Education. But unfaithful trustees shall
be entitled to no pay.
OF SCHOOL TREASURERS.
Sec 718. The Board of Education shall appoint,
for each district, a responsible ireasurer, for the
school funds of such district, whose duty it shall be to safely
1 .j KanAt .mil, mtil fnruls In the ailnnnrft of ednra
aecp, aim I" ' '1 J l'l"J , 11 -
; tion In his district, as he tnsy he, from time to time. Instructed
. - . .1 n 1 M IMmaIImi . At Km .kail mIw
ny tne rresiueni 01 ure w- 1
to the President of said Board, a bond, in soch form snd for
such an amount, and with such security, a sshaU be approved by
said President, for the faithful performance of bis duty.
""Sec 719. The 'wcbool treasurers shall pay out the
school funds received by them, to the order of the
.... ... ... . 1 j :;... n,l
school superintendents 01 ineir repei-nv uiwn.s "
report quarterly, to tbe President of the Board of Education, an
account of all school funds received and disbursed by them.
Sec 720. Said treasurers shall hold office during
the pleasure of the Board of Education, and shall re-
-i - - - . fo K 1- mil nmtnlsslon of
not more than five per cent, on the gross amount of the school
(unos receivea anu uisourseu oj mem.
OF THE SCHOOL REVENUE. ,
r Sec 721. The revenue for the support of govern
ment schools, shall be derived from direct appropria
tions by the Legislature, from the Interest accruing on the
school fund, ft be rents of school lands, and from the school-lax
as provided la section 498, and it shall be tbe duty of tbe Presi
dent of tbe Board of Education to present to the Legislature at
each biennial session, an account of the receipts, and disburse
ments of tbe school rw-wsat, since Ks tost regular session. ,
. t: attendance. . 1:
- P too Ts afcM hs- Initamhmt on ' ail rarents.
ns,,'sva4 sorters of children I ttui the
'v aad sixteen years, to aead such cLrca to some law
where tbrv assy bw re-"l-Hv laaUucatd tn good
X rV-M-ia- r I f ' t -. rwwta and guard-
-. ii 1 t r -ms-JMpttu-a
. i.t 5
' iren, f
about the wharves, streets, publto d urin gch
boors, or reported as absent from school wUhout us- wresx
and token totheir respective schools, there to be punished ac
cording to the law relating to schools.
Sec 724. If -any such child shall persist in for
saking school, any police or district j'f,"'
upon proper com plaint being made, cause the father, or her
guardian, or child, to be arrested l P f"'
shall sentmce the party or parties offending, to a fine not ex.
ceeding five dollars for the father, mother, or Kurdian
default S J In MBA the offendinff party is the
notsstceeuing leu nays. . .. - . .
child, the said justice st.all sentence tbe said c.h'1'7or0 .
Ln Hn.r- or to Imprisonment at hard labor tor a ,
Um not exceeding five day. i P.mnrument t
under the age of ten years shall be subject toimprisment ,
and furtherprovided, that tbe scbool-superuisendent ba hare
anthority to grant, without charge, to sny parent ; or fsritao,
certificate; exempting his child from obligation- to attend
school, for a certain specified time, for a suitable cause.
Sec. 725. ShouliTany parent or guardian prefer to
send his child, or ward, to a select or private school. ,
not supported by government, and feel, in consequence of hto
pVvertyrthaT the school-tax herein imposed is toolmrdenme,
theMiuister of Finance shall have power to re ease h J"
said tax, so l.mg as he shall continue to ucate,h"ch"dre.n;
on a certificate from the school-superintendent or his district
that he ia unable to pay the tax.
OF TEACHERS OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Sec 726. The teachers of commoa schools are
licensed by the superintendents. No person shal Ibe
.0 licensed without hay ing exhibited satisfactory
moral character, and qualifications to teach, P'y in "J
rudiments of reading, writing, arithmetic and pwraphj l and
every Ucense to teich may, at any time, be cancelled by U.e
President of the Board of Education, or by the superintendent ; of
the district, tn consultotion with the trtistee, or trustees where
the licensee has become ol immoral character, or Ims s own a
want of tha skill, industry and fitness necessary to the success
ful discharge of his duties.
Sec. 727. It shall be the duty of the several super
intendents of schools, at the commencement of each
year, after giving publio notice in the respective districts at
least one month beforehand, to examine or cause to be ex"'"
ed. such persons, of good moral character, as shall apply to
them for employment as teachers during the ensuing year, in
such branches as are usually taught in the common schools, in
order to ascertain their fitness, so far as knowledge is concern
ed, for such employment t and for this purpose the stud super
tendenut shall be authorized to call to their aid one or more
pei sons of intelligence, in conducting said examination.
Sec. 728. No license granted in one district shall
authorize the holder to teach in another, without a
new examination, although such license may be considered by
the up.riiajendetit as prima facie evidence of the holders
Sec. 721). Every school-teacher shall have power to
administer necessary and 'reasonable punishment
upon the pupils of his school t and the teacher so acting shall
not be in any way amenable therefor.
Sec. 730. The pay of the several school-teachers
.i.n 1.0 0h ua ,.,aw be determined by the superin
tendents or their respective districts, in consultation with the
school trustees under instructions from the Board of Education,
v.;v, .h.11 it-trmine the compensation to 1 paid to all teach
ers employed in schools supported by government.
OF BOOKS AND STATIUXBKi.
Sec. 731. The President of the Board of Educa-
-boil f-nm tim to time, furnisb to tne respect-
I SITU CUISII aavaa-t - ' .
ire superintendents of common schools, such books and sta
tionery as in the opinion or said Hoard maybe needed, to be
Iaid for out of the funds app: opriatcd to the support of common
s. TH-f Th scholars in the common schools shall
be supplied, by their parents or guardians, with the
boots and stationery requisite for their use.
7?.s. Tn nse anv scholar shall not be furnish
ed by his parents or guardians with such books and
.;nV.ev he shall be sunulied therewith by the school super
intendent of the district, who shall be authorised to draw upon
the treasurer of the district for the amount expended for the
s 7Si. The school superintendent shall inform
the tax collector of the district, of the names of the
M,i,.r ..innlied with books and stationery, as provided in the
lastpreceding section, and the amount cxiiendcd fur each, to
eether with the name of the parent or gunrdmn who should
have supplied the same; and the collector shall add such amount
... .1.. ...ku.r nr anrh narent or cuardian for the next year,
and collect the same, unless such superintendent shall tie of
opinion that said parent or guardian is unable to pay the
amount thus expended for books and stationery so supplied;
in which cate, he may remit the whole or a pari thereof, as may
Abt. XXVIII. Of Institutions Endoicedby Uorern
ment, and Select Schools.
Sec. 735. Everv literary institution, seminary of
Wrnin!?. or select school, supported by government.
shall le under the superintendence, control, and direction of the
Board of Educatiou : provided, always, that where such institu
tion, seminal v, or select school, is endowed or supported in part
only by the Government, the Board of Education shall not, un
less expressly authorized by law. have the absolute control and
direction of the same, but cnly a general oversight, with the
risht to visit and to inquire into its general conumonRnn opera
tions, and to see that the objects of the public endowment or sup
port are faithfully executed.
Sec. 73G. Whenever the Board of Education shall be
satisfied that the charter of any literary institution
has been violated, it shall be the duty of the President of said
Board to tvjwrt such violation to the Pistrict Attorney or the
islmd where such institution is located, and said DUtrict Attor
ney shall take immediate stefs to have such charter annulled.
Sec. 737. Nothing in this chapter contained shall
be construed to forbid the free establishment of select
and independent schools, to 1 supported without assistance
from the 'government, provided they be not of an immoral ten
dency. The teachers of such schools shall, annually, report to
the Board or Education the numtwT of their scholars, by what
means supported, and the general character and condition of
their respective schools.
OF TnE LAII A I N A LUNA SEMINARY.'
Sec. 738. Whereas, an arrangement has been made
between the Hawaiian Government and the American
Bonn! of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, whereby the
seminary of Lahatoialuna has been cedird to the King's Govern
ment, on condition Hint the Government undertakes its supiort;
and whereas, it is drinible to have some imditntioti, where
llawciinn youth can lie properly educated for various occupa
tions then -re, the nrranitement, whereby the seminary of
Ijvlininnliinji hns been surrendered to the King's Government, is
hereby ratified snd confirmed, ami a reasonable sum shall be
appropriated annually out of tlie public rund, for the support
of sai'l seminary, in pursuance of said arrangement.
Sec. 73:i. Said seminary ehall be under the care
and direction of the Board of Education, who shall
appoint Its teachers, and nnike rules and regulations, tr.an time
to time, for its government, and course of instruction; provided,
thnt such rules and regulations, do no conflict with the condi
tions on which that institution was ceded to the Government,
nor with any Inw of this kingdom. Said Board shall have the
care and management of the buildings, premises, apparatus, and
all other property belonging to said institution.
Sec. 740. It shall be the duty of the President of
the Board of Educaticn. to includo in his report to .
the Legislature, st each n-gular session thereof, a statement of
the operations and condition of said seminary.
OF ENGLISH SCHOOLS FOR HAWAIIAN YOUTH.
Sec. 741. It shall be the duty of the President of
the Board of Education to use his best endeavors, to
Impress upon the minds of native parents and guardians, the
t.nnortance of a knowledge of the English language to their
children, awl to induce them to provide for them, as soon as
possible, the means or acquiring u, ny ciiunniiiinR nv.iTr.iuiK i"
their ability, the means of supporting English schools, of good
character, among them.
Sec. 742. It shall be lawful for the Board of E luoa-
ti-n to contribute, out of such appropriation as the
Legislature shall make for this object, one-half of the support of
at least one English school of good character, for Hawaiian
youth, on the island of Kauai; two on the island 01 uacu, not
including the Royal School; one on the island of Maui; and one
on the island ot iiaw.-iu, to oe mcairo u nutii umj
shall deem most advantageous for promoting the object; said
schools to be kept in session not less than forty weeks in the
year, for five days each wtek, and not less than five hours each
day. Provided, that the whole annual expenditure on the part
of the Government, for the support of such schools, shall not ex
ceed an average of six hundred dollars for each; and provided
also, tliat before making any grant to such school, the other half
of its support shall lie subscribed by responsible persons, who
will come under written obligations to the Board of Education,
or to such local directors as it shall appoint, to send their child
ren regularly to one of said schools, for at least five consecutive
years, or until they shall be released from such obligation, lor
cause, by said Ikiard or its agent; also to provide for their child
ren in said schools, boarding, clothing, and the necessary books
and stationery; and to place them while enjoying the advantages
of such schools, under the guardianship of said Board or Educa
tion, or such local directors as it shall appoint.
Sec 743. It shall be lawful for said Board of Edu
cation, to appoint such local directors for the afore
said schools in their several localities, as they shall deem proper;
and grant to them power to employ teachers, make rules and
regulations, not contravening any law of this kingdom, for the
schools under their care, and also for the transaction of their
Sec 744. The Board of Education shall require
the local directors of each of said schools, to report
quarterly to the President of said Board of Education, the amount
actually paid to them for the support of such school, by private
subscription; and said President shall be authorized to draw on
the M inister of Finance fur the same amount, in favor of said
Sec 745. In order to facilitate the design of im
parting a knowledge or the ioglisti language to
Hawaiian youth, the Royal School shall bis noderthe immediate
care and control of the Board of Education, and shall be suppor
ted by it, as a normal school, for the purpose of affording greater
advantages to youth acquiring the English language, than they
can have in the ordinary English schools, that they may become
qualified to teach, the English language, or be luted tor college;
and such scholars, wben received into the Royal School, shall,
for the time being, be under the special guardianship and con
trol of the Board of Education, by written agreement with their
parents or guardians; and shall be required to continue in the
school for a certain specified time; provided, that other scholars
may be received on paying raU tuition, without such obligation.
Sec. 746. The Board of Education shall be author
ized to make such reasonable charge for tuition, for
the advantages of tbe Royal School, as it shall deem proper.
Sec. 747. The said Board shall be authorized to
expend annually, for tbe support of the Royal
School, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, out of any
school funds legally at its disposal.
Sec 748. The Board of Education shall have tjse
power to set apart a portion of the general school tax
imposed In section 486, for the support of English schools for
Hawaiian youth, whenever In its discretion it shall seem desir
OF SCHOOL LANDS, SCHOOL HOUSES, AND
Sec 749. The President of the Board of Education,
under the direction of said Board, is hereby author
ised to dispose of any of the lands which have been, or hereafter
may be, set apart for the general purposes of education, either
by sale, lease, or otherwise. .
Sec 750. All moneys, and other avails of Govern
ment lands, set apart for the general purposes of ed
ucation, shall be kept as a separata fund, and the Interest only
of such fund, shall be appropriated as ereinafter provided,
from time to time, to the printing of school books, furnishing
books and stationery u poor children, to the erection of school
houses, to defraying the expenses of school agents, to furnishing
premiums to the most deservinr teachers and scholars, to pro
curing agricultural Implements and all necessary apparatus for
schools, to aiding private and select schools, or to such other ob
jects connected with tbe interests of education, as the Board of
Education may deem proper.
See. 751. All avails of lands, sold, leased, or other
wise disposed of v hereinbefore provided, shall be
aeonasted for by t; . .esident c the Board of Education, In his
f ,A tots Legislature. -; .
""i 1Z2 All sites for i lus I Looses for
t rship, not orx . k ; private parties, socie
ties er eo. orations, aad a"Vl -' cmcctod therewttbu. whfc"i
-e 1 ' ed bv ev t- , r the po -owe '
promoting tbe mtereof edjuon - ---- tn
Oovernment propertT,so ton as they
purposes tor wnrcu mj - - - -Jueationi and in case iney
chargHnd control oftheBoard J they were
shall cease to be ufPaU revert to the original
granted, tor not less f,T' th .fises where lands t
Cantors, or their repretativej. Inll fK)olOUSe. and
notmors not be included In such or
"ari In all cases where the sites and school
the lands In which they are located. -ed
Sc 754. When a site for a school-house is needed, 4
andThe'slenot be a
U:.d, a. upon that of a P!" 10? not
tendent of the district is authorised first paying
exceeding one acre, as a site fur schl-house, n jm,
to the owner the value thereof ; such vali b, Inj case o
greement. shall be determined by of
chosen one by the bool-supe-'nden oneby super
the land, and the thinl by the two already enosenj oy tn g
fnTendent and owner. The M Juft ,,JnTp, 'nt
locate the lot desired for the hool-house. in ap ace u ,u
from that chosen by the c-PTltSai
it more reasonable and proper , provided. private bury
not be lawful to appropriate f-r such Pu"yoe7ereTt
ing-ground or house-lot, against the will of the owner u,er:
Sec 755 The President of the Board of Education
shan 'have all the school-lands, and sites for schools
an? churches E3ET&
ll'toZ Tus?o, thf lS &vecnt "d open to the
private ludivlduals desiring to examine the some.
Tteexpense oT such surveys shall be derrayed out of the toter
esVarislng from the avails of the school-lands.
Sec. 756 In case the funds arising from the pres
ent school-tax are not jLlSf!
schools In o,.cratlon, at least two hundred day a in the y ear, and
also to keen the school-houses in repair, it sliall be the duty 01
?he narenTs and guanlians of the scholars attached to any such
hoTd,Ton..d ?n making up the deficiency, by --Win mlh. re
pair or building or the schwa-houses, ss shall be directed Dy
tPhesT.uperint ndentof tl.e district, and in
narent or guanliau shall refuse, when colled n,xn. to render
such is"stafnce?he shall be liable, on conviction bef any po
lice or district Justice, to a fine not exceeding five dollars.
E. F. SNOW,
HONOLULU, II. I.
WHITE L1XB.V HAXDKERCIIIKFS
Mosquito netting, AVos. white hose,
Blue drills, Susiienders,
Linen toweling. Red satin.
Genuine Farina Cologne 47 1
Tablcpooa-.. , Tumblers,
White water bottles,
Cut goblets. Sets crockery.
Bay State lanterns.
Blown lanterns, with spring bottoms.
Ixwking-glasses, gilt frames, assorted sixes, tins crackers, asstd.
Sup. Oolong Ten 13-Ib boxes.
Mais of the United States'.
Bags assted shot, ,
Solar Lajups-Assorted sizes.
Polar side lamps. No. 1 lamp chimneys,
No. 1 lamp wicks, House paper,
I. K. hose and brass hose pipes, Cnrnet tacks. V
Padlocks, brass and iron. Ship's compasses.
Boat's compasses, Deck scraiiers.
llraud'w Whaling Gana and Irons.
Brown') do. do. do. Gana.
Copper pumps, copper ladl'-s,
Fluke chain, chaiu head straps.
1 net Calling Bloe-lts) Wilb Chix PESDSTS,complete.
Chuin can-hooks, boat anchors.
Oakum, row-locks, sail needles.
Manila and Hemp Cordage Assorted Sizes.
Kutiine, spui3'arn, seizing, towline.
t Cutting Fall, Bine Bunting.
Rasps and files. Axes, green paiut.
Coal tar, blnck paint, con.ositlon sheathing nails, sheet lead,
Cut nails, assorted sizes.
Shooks and Heads,
New Bedford Casks,
Hoop Iron, Cooper's Rivets.
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead,
Rope halters. Jute door mats, 7
Knamelcd vaaises. Gunny bags.
1 fore top-sail, i mum topsail,
1 mizen top-sail, 1 fore-sail,
1 topgallant-mil, 1 topmast stay-sail,
1 topgallant studding sail, 1 tnhin royal.
Fire crackers, spittoons,
Chain Cables Raven'. Duek'
FAIBBAXK'S PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
Do do. GROCERS' do.
Do. tlo. COUNTER do
AwHorted Shell Hardware. Boxes) Glass.
Dyer's healing embrocation,
Worsted and silk coach lace.
Cases quart bottles, cases pint bottles.
Composition and Felt for Fire-proof Roofs.
PRESSED HOPS, etc., etc., etc., etc.
W. A. ALDR1CII
Wir.I RECEIVE PER PHANTOM AND
FLEETWOOD, and offers lor saie, the following :
Bales Amoskeag stripes.
Bales du tickings, 30 Inch,
Bales do sheeting, 33 inch.
4-4 and 8-4 New and choice patterns.
170 doeen nr?n's palm learhats,
t'ase hrowu Ietrhorn hats.
se dark cashmere wool hats.
ase block wool hats.
Case brown wool hats,
Cwses figured earl wool hats,
Cases pearl wool hats.
IJrogans and Hoots.
Cases men's waxed Id. and bd. brogans,
" i. cnir " " "
u . u M b pumps,
" u enameled
" thick boots,
" " lnts, half double sole,
" " thick booU, 14 inch leg,
u grain boots, 10 inch leg.
60 dozen ex. walnut axe handles.
Finished and varnished os hows.
Cases Huut'sdiondied Rxe ,
Coses saddles & bridles.
Manila Cordage J, 1, 1$ hnd 1 in.
An assorted lot of rancy light coats,
An " lot of satinet pants.
Denim frocks and pants,
Cases pea jackets, a
Cases hickory rhirU, - w
Ivory tooth com I is.
Long round combs.
Fancy India rubber toys, etc 157-3m
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP,
bark SAC 11 KM, .1. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, tha
following assortment of Merchandise t
I'ases blue denims
Cnses hlea. flannel,
Vales hro. cotton.
Hides awning stripes, a new article
Bales brn. drilling,
Cases print lawns,
Cases satteen blea, twill,
Rales printed carpets.
Coses ladies' gaiter lined boots
Cases men's rubber boots.
Cases boys' do do.
Cases women's do do.
Coses charcoal irons,
Bhls prime pork,
llarrels mess pork.
Half bbls mess pork,
iir bbls mess pork,
libls mess beef, .
Kbls navy mess beef, -Tierces
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins.
Cases refined lard.
Casks pilot bread.
New Bedford iron hoops, 1x16, 1x17, 1x17, 11x17.
134-tf Apply to CHAS. BREWER 4c CO.
nURCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
M. met rates, by
CHAS. BREWER & CO.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT TIIE HIGHEST MAR.
U. ket rates, by
CHAS. BREWER b CO.
Wool, GoatSkins, Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (Cl-tf) J. C. 8PALDI.NG.
WHIPFLETREKS, CHAINS, Ate.
JETS SCP. WHIFFLETREES is, CHAINS,
7 xt sized Harrows,
. Hand Cultivators. .
. tieed Planters,
' ' - Ox Yokes, "
. j'' Iron Plows,
' For sale by
119 tt CnAS. BRKWER h CO.
Ban renned Iron,
Borulles Nan Rods, . r ,v.
. - . . Bandies Norway Bhapea, "
' ' For sale by
iia-tr . v-iT .t. CHA3. rzirut fc
SKOIED DC: - i v
.r-t,i uc jcst xix ..-o rr-i
. a-ee,' fhrswa t
T C SPALDING
about same time, per WASHi"
VQAt Dry Goods. J.
,,. .Bales scarie ouw"
..1 ninv and buff prints 1!" C71j
MIC p" ,
Cases Otis denims
it.la Panama ticks
B 1 lea brown drills
'Cases blue drills
Bale? royal blue flannel
Boles dark do
Bales blue sheeting
Cases do do
Bales Panama stripes
Cases Cxbridge sheetings
Bales brown sheetings
Bales Shetucket denims
Bales AndrosoHfgin sheetlDgv
Bales Gorrics blankets
Bales Kocnuaie uw . . .
Groceries, wqu r v. P. brandy,
25 8th casks V
150 bbls prime pork
2i cases claret
3 casks Jamaica rum
200 bbls flour
60 bbls mess beef
60 bbls Bourbon whisky
10 cnses salt
25 casescnerry co' . iiohn.
100 cases Aloanyaie u Hale! 6 case, cheese
50 cases alcohol . . ll thMa dried apple.
SO casks Xennant's India pale na u
45 casks do porter
I 9 ani3 i csksrmei
j 75 coses champagne ciJer
'Cases of oysters, lib tins .
Cases assorted meals
Cases green corn
Cases table salt
leases water crackers
20 tierces hams
10 cases currant wine
10 cases sherry
I bale corks
60 bbls rice
100 coses gin
60 cases wine bitters
Coses salt, in 20m bags
100 tons Scotch coals
S307 feet plank
1 case oil clothing
19 coses clothing
20 boxes starch
2S0 kegs lead
3 rolls lead pipe
Ox bows, yokes and plows
Cases charcoal irons
- 79 casks Cumberland coals
10 bbls coal tar
25 bhls pitch
60 bhls Wilmington tar
10 hlls bright vroish
30 bales gunny bags
239 kegs noils
Boxes family soap
Native's Pride TOBaCOO
leases palm hats
Briled linseed oil
Boots and shoes
347 sash doors
25 bndls windows
10 bndls blinds
Cases hickory shirts
Coses check pants
Cases denim frocks and pants
Coses palm leaf hats
Cases Otis denims
Boxes salt-water soap
Cases olue & white cot
Cases blue sheetings Tierces sugar cured hams
Cases Hamilton pink prints Cases brogans
u-in. hi.,- .n.i anai-iet hlunket Kers cannon powder
2 superioi silver mounted bar- Cases sporting powder
Coses Hunt's handled
An invoice of ladies' fancy ;Coes charcoal irons
goods ICosks cod, signal halyard, log
Coses Winchester's perfnmed and hemp lines
8. W. soap . 1
SAILED FROM LONDON FOR HONOLULU DIRECT
APRIL. 25TII, WITH A
ONSISTIXCJ OP THE FOLLOWING
Jams, Jellies, white wine vinegar, maccaroni,
Vermicelli, almonds, pearl sago, oatmeal.
Copers, candied orange peel, candied citron,
Currie powder, mulligatowney paste.
Ground block peper, cayenne pepper.
Cloves, tapioca, saleratus, patent barley.
Potent groats, sardines, in and i tins, petits pois,
Tart fruits, bacon, hams, Cheshire cheese.
Ale, Wines and Spirit.
Martell's brandy, U. V. Coy's brandy,
Jamaica rum, Demerara ruin, Old Tom gin,
. Allsopp's ale, Hiifs's do., Marzetti's do.,
Byoss' do., Ediub-irg do?
AS ASSORTMENT OF
Fearnought jickets, blue pilot cloth trowsers,
Red and blue twilled flannel shirts.
White, blui.', green and scarlet blankets.
Green blue and scarlet baize, fine blue flannel.
Real Welsh Bannel, huckabuck, cotton socja,
Fine white shirting cotton, birds' eye diaper,
Gala plaid for children's dresses,
Check Holland for do., black silk scarfs.
Black siik mantles, ladies' black silk robes,
Fancy print., pink and yellow prints.
Blue prints, mourning prints, white ground muslin,
Men's shoes, ladies' dr. children's do,,
Ladies' cloth booU, side springs.
Flat bar iron, round iron, pitsaws, pltsaw files.
Tenon saw files, cross cutsaw do, boiled linseed oil,
i-heathing coper, 14 ox. S 30 oz..
Composition sheathing nails assorted sizes.
The above, part of the cargo of the bark " GONELZA," will
be offered for sale, on arrival, on favorable terms, by the
AGENT UCD30N'S BAY COMPANY.
Honolulu, July 20, 1859. 160-3m
Just Received and for Sale !
RES II AND CHOICE GROCERIES.
Raisins in 4 ond i boxes,
Sugar cured hams.
Do. quinces and pears,
Plum, grape and current jellies.
Mince pie meat, sardines,
Oysters in 1 and 2 lb tins,
English jams and preserves,
True lemon syrup.
Cheese, papa jelly, currants.
Citron peel, Oregon salmon,
Fresh apples, raspberry jam ,
Honey, ginger in jars,
Green corn ond peas,
French peas, asst'd sauces,
Olive oiL pepper sauce.
Tomato ketchup, mustard.
Curry powder, ground ginger,
Hlock and cayenne pepper,
Cloves, cream tartar, "
Lewis' pickles and pie fruits,
Prunes, cinuomon, chocolate,
Dinner sets, Toilet sets, cups and saucers,
Egg cups, salad bowls,
Vegetable dishes, sauce tureens,
Platters, bakers, (Site plates,
Nappies, pickle dishes,
CuAtar Js, pie dishes.
Dinner ond soup plates,
Pitchers, sugar bowls.
Tea pots, cream pots,
Pitchers with covers,
Waiihhowls ami pitchers,
Flower pots, spittoons.
.Candle sticks, foot baths.
Bean pots and bakers.
I Bread pans,
Ship's water bottles.
Gloss preserve dishes,
Butter dishes, creams,
S luce and cruet bottles,
Cut tumblers, lamps,
M ine glasses, goblets,
L-unp shades, lamp chimneys,
iliird bottles, seed bottles,
'Salt cellars, Indian lamp snades,
'Shade caudle sticks,
, Colored water bottles.
iuotasses pitchers, 1
Coffee pots, :Water pitchers.
Tea pobs lamps, I Cruet stadds.
Mason's blocking, Swinging lamps.
Shoe brushes, axe handles, Brass candle sticks,
Lanterns, selves, coffee mills, Sauoe and fry pans,
Paia killer, i Tea kettles, grid irons.
Tobacco, cigars and snuff, I
33 Constantly n bond, fresh island butter, ground coffee, to.
lol-tf T. MUS8MAS & PUN.
X C. SPALDING
Offers for Sale, just received
PER BARK ".SACHEM," FROM BOSTON.
iy BA LiES BRO. DRILLS, 100 dos denim frocf s and pants,
a o;iies Dro. sneeungs, I cases cneese.
1 bale bleached do.
4 bait" pump and rig's- leather.
10 coses denims,
8 cases ticks,
2 cases bleached jeans,
1 cose hooey-comb quilts,
1 case stripeirg.-ass cloth,
1 case white ducic,
1 case bl. and white quilting.
25 cases refined lord,
10O half bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, complete,
25 kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 boxes S. W. soap,
10 half bbls hide poison,
20 cases alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine,
43 coils Manila cordage,
50 bbls extra mess beef,
30 half bids prime butter,
450 bxs, hlf and qr do raisins.
2SO kegs white lead,
20 bbls rice,
151 cosrs boiled oil, .
2 boles cloves,
4 bags pepper,
10 coils Russia bolt rope)
18 casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
13 cof.s spunyarn,
8 cases men's clothing,
5 cases charcoal irons,
55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green peas.
AVfMr-M nud Spirits.
11 qr and 28 eighth casks best
2 qr pipes Hennessey's do,
3 qr do Martell's do,
8 qr and 8 casks Rivterre do,
140 boxes Catawba brandy;
o cages box salt,
3 shooks grnd salt, 20 lb bags, 60 half bbls best whiskey,
117 kegs nails.
100 kegs do do.
25 cases tobacco,
100 bbls Ilaxall flour,
Honotulu, March 24, 1859.
105 dos qts R. Byoss' porter,
10 dos London cordial gin,
15 cases brandy peaches.
FOR SALE, JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
44 Sachem," 2 double-bank Melodeona,
2 do reed do,
2 five-octave, piano style.
Tlie above from the manufactorj-Jof 8. D. k TJ. W. Smith, or
Boston. For sale by 135-tfl CHAS. BREWER CO.
PC d COILS, assorted sizes, made to order, Just re-
-v - ceiveu per cupper snip Syren," for sate by
CHAS BREWER 4 CO.
WROUGHT NAILS, BV MACHINERY,
from maleable icon; horseshoe and brad nails, from the
Eagle Factory. Providence, R. 1-5 for sale by
133-tf ; D. C. WATERMAN It CO.
CASKS assorted sues, nrrived per 'Syren,"
131-tf CHAS? BREWER ft CO.
HISTORY OP THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
A FEW COPIES OP JARVES' HISTORY
of these Islands, (the last edition,) for sole by
169-2m - H. It. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE LOW, TO CLOSE CONSIGN
aient. (133-tf 1 D. C. WATERMAN At Co
RAVEN'S DUCK, Ate. -
LIGHT AND HEAVY RAVEN'S DUCK,
Rockport Cotton Duck,
TJ. 8. Pilot Duck, " For sale by ' '
.11"f ' ' CHAS. BRKWER At OO. "
SIIOOK8. . .
Ti OsTlsT BARRELS OIL SHOO KSIbc sale by
Al VUU il-it , CHAS. BRKWa-a, U CO.
" " PUMPS. " '
fpOKCn PUMPS, assorted steea, attest pt a,T
i.' hosw r- t fixtures on-1-- s".,fe r
wi-tf - fcW
rr a an r st
, . tm. v ,, sr MU Lil t .
OrFrS FOKS.E. JrBTAimiTEnp C(
"C. MELCIIERSr "
THK FOLLOWING INVOICES OF F.sou I
GERM A v nviT.a "'ICl,.
Cottons, Linens & Wolec
Bales pink and yellow prints, do frne. a
Do. mourning do, do two blue do
Do. white ground do, do white shl'rtinr. '
Do, glased col'd do, cases ginghami. :
Coses printed cotton jand kerchieft
Fancy printed jacconets. Victoria tawn.
Himalaya pock muslin, barege dress-!'
Cambric, fcwlss luuslin, mosquito neton.
Lace and muslin sleeves sod coliarTiZL. '
Black Orleans al paces, blue figaJ?!?. j
Oregon checks, moleskin, hackaback
Cotton tlastinues tor pantaloons, linen a:
. Blue twilled flannel.blue, greet T.ndtovT'
W hite linen drill, Russia crash, ckcES iS
Blue and black broad cloth. 01
Blue, crimson and grey woolen blankets.
Clothing, Shirts, Han, 4,
Plain, black and blue pantaloons, buckikin dim. '
White linen drill pants, assorunent irS,"
Block, bine and brown cloth coau Za
Pilot cloth jackeu and pants,hl'k lto.,BV
Hickory shirts, printed rerttuT rU'
Blue serge shirts, white cottoi, thZ1
Wliite L. Bo, FrenchT'
French Amazon felt hats.
Ladies' straw do.teghorT
Cliiklren's straw do,Legbora.
Gent's straw h,t. i t
Superior silk and woolen uodenw.
snt'a silk. Lisle tlirea,! . JW-
Gent's silk. Lisle thread atxl 1uJTU
Lollies' silk. Lisle thread andeottoaL
Gent's lasting gaiters. Kent's if18".
Children's Lisle thread and cotton tockivi i
7 ,1;.' iiul m.nl'a Vienna
mm i- v e
its assortment of French felt
. Pilk lied covers, cambrte silk huidkfrehka.
Chenille and dress trimmings, ruche,
Bilk nmhrellas. black and eolured utia.
Black lustrine, moire antique,
Flowered moire antique,
A large and splendid assortment o( filki iaJ
Black, blue, green and violet tilk reivtL
Black and fancy velvet ribbon,
Ladies' bonnet ribbon, latest styles.
Black silk hot ribbon.
Linen, woolen and cassimio table corns.
Oassimere piano covers, bt-(i a wool, i
Canvas for embroidery, spool cotton, carwu.
Linen and cotton thread, asst'd, Coaiet,
Linen sheeting, linen table damuk. dyed sjkcv.
Woolen cords, bed quilts, linen bed lace,
Stay binding, susiienders, playing e&nb,
Portemonnoies, purses, black lace Mu,
Assortment of necessaires and areMing nti
Gilt frame looking classes, h
Black, pink and straw colored crspt,
Assortment of artificial flowers.
Silk, buckskin. Lisle thread snd kid rkms
A superior assortment of Paris fans,
A superior assortment of Paris vases, flovm k
Children's porcelain, tea sen, tulip iharie rliao?
Water coolers, a large assortment of chik!reJIL
Tapestry carpets, Lapland and churrh Dn
Velvet rugs, room paper, oil doth, eilf uka.
Turtle shell back Cnnlis, ivory tooth eomta,
Turtle shell dressing and pocket combs,
Assorunent 01 uuu.uo aretBing enronf.
Hair brushes, tooth brushes, nail bruabea,
Table brushes, cloth brushes.
Pearl buttons for coats, shirts and dream,
Accordeons, concertinas, clarinets,
Asst'd hoop irou, flat, round and square ins.
Sailors' jack knives, butcher knives, coco handle,
Rodger' pen and pocket knives.
Assortment of scissors fir embroidery,
Bultenhole and tailors' ci.rt, -Knives
and f irks, rar-rt.
Table spoons, ranlenrn' knh,
Shoe knives, danei. irk
Superior KnjdUli na
bail needlei, putte
A large assortment of jiglish, French ud Otaas
rumery, consist in u 01
Kau de cologne, Lubic's extract, goklro oil,
Genuine Macassar oil, pomatum.
Toilet soap and genu hie Attract of J. Ooad 1 J
fimlnn A-n Are . je. 1
Plated cruet stands,
Plated cord baskets.
Sugar bain, wiieiv kj
Loaf and crushed sugar, lAsaorunent of aoJia,
Raisins in and 4 boxes, Peppermint kwnps,
gwiss cheese, lUspberry vinegw,
Sardines in i and i tins. White wine rioejit,
Bags of blr"k pepper, Capers, fcc
fatearine eddies, !
Best Knglish white lead, in tin cans.
Black lead. Paris green, chrome greejL
Chrome yellow, Prussian blue, celestial Woe,
Red lead, Venetian red, bronze paiut, fold lttfi
Best English paint oil, in tins.
All hog skin saddles, imitation bog skin tsMla,
Sadiile cloths, sliver plated spurs,
Silver plated bits and r''-os.
For ;e. .
A few superior ward ro ; ;
A large assortment of Rnssia cordage, all Bias,
Spunyarn, two and three thread, itickline,
Marline, housing, hemp twine.
Jacqnesson A Sons champagne, claret,
Sherry, Madeira, port wine,
Asst'd liqueurs, ale in bbls. 4 dot. each.
Per " Itadaga," from Mioil
DDE FIRST SEPTEMBER.
Blue sheeting and drilling, brown sheetinp,
P. R. denims, Jewett city denims.
Cotton duck and twine, meu's kip brogant,
Saddles with stirrups, ic, complete, whipi,
Men's cow hide boots, cut nails,
Copier and iron tacks, rivets, asst'd,
Solar lamp shades and chimneys.
Whisky in barrels and kegs, casks of nary bum,
English cheese, 1500 bbl shooks, hams.
Mess beef, prime pork, tobacco, shoe blse'dnf,
1mum itwiI. a.netd nnwrrhl OrStCTI
Block pepper in i tb bottles, saleratus in do, Vi
Bright varnish, spirits or turpentine,
Chrnie green, Prussian blue, chrome yelloe,
Blank books, pass books, envelopes,
Letter, note and foolscap paper, &C-, Ac
T (he Owners, a aid Prrs iirre)
Whaleships iu the Pacific
Ornca or th Pssajia Rtii-BoaB C;
j ne ranama nou-noan "i'"J ., lW n
of informing those Interested in tl -7Jr
ness, of the advantages ofltT-d "JZg
across tne nuimus oi rwan.. . -,-.
AMI from the PaciQc to the United Stotes, .jd " nBi,l
flts and supplies from the United States to "V-s.l'
The Roilroa.1 has been In regular aud BiKxrts-ul ,
more than two years, and iu capacity for the WMI",
everv description of merchandise, inclmlinr nl, Tf
has been fully tested. The attention of fcerai i
wlialeshlps has recently been turned to the tniyw
their oil from I'anamn to ew tors oonns ""-sri
and the Panama lUil-Rood Company has "'"gt
to afford every facility which may be P"J,,"L, ym.
pllshment of this important object.
rtont onject. a -
of Panama, toUie end"'"!.
been built In tbe bay i
v ors are run 10 receive carar. uv , .MVta t w
alongside, and deliver the some alongside of ""T w,
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or
walL Vessels of from liuy to uu mn
safety, grounding in the mud at low water. ,.,.
The vessels to and from Asiuwall are n7 , f
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the yr, I
pared to receive oU at Panama ond deliver
under through lillln mf Lndisilf r'fif
cents per gallon, if received at the IVr, and ''P
Ion if received in the harbor from ship's uc."Jmll0p.
thecarcity of the casks, without allowuig w "
wliolebone, one and one-half cents r 1""
covers every expense from Panama to (Tac
the oU U sent through the Superintendent I
of Oie Panama Roil-Road Company, anact st
freight may be made payable on the Istliu-o or j
at the optl:. ti ibe shipper.
lie v iHels of tlw t.-miiany saU regularly ZlWJ!
the average passages to and from Aupmwali sr (
twenty-nve davs. Tlie time occupied in crow es
four hours. Oil, during iu transit across ZZiM
covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered "V,,
msy be assured that every care will be W1'' ,l
Several cargoes have already been conveyea "
out the slightest loss. " amm
OU or other axwds eonsigned for t.Portt4 v it
intendent of the Panama Roil-Roa.1 Comlny.".
Xelaosi, Commercial Agent of the ComnJ
be received and forwarded with tlie greatest WZ:
Jj. Frederic L. Hanks has n"ff,
lulu. Sandwich Ulands. and is prepared tofurnim
information to shippers.
JOS. r. JOT,
M aaalaaaiv w iavn , a T
Agent Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu 8. i-
..: T 1T.W.S
To Whalemen! )
tronage heretofore enjoyed by tlie -w rtS
w. at the established Depot t"T Whsleinet. o"
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all 0'
of Beef, Mallsa, Pork. PostUrf "
brated KAWA111AJC POTATOES. lBslr
The above articles can be furnished at l"'.)tBtw.
quicker time than at any other port at atJ'mttt, .
sold by me will be warranted to keep in aoy
(CP No Charge made on inter-island exciianipy
s w is x i pen isoq
VJ? SELS. Wood of superior quality con pr
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