All about Hawaii: The Recognized Book of Authentic Information on Hawaii, Combined with Thrum's Hawaiian Annual and Standard Guide

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Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1883 - Hawaii
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Page 6 - ... fish and oysters, and all other creatures living in the water, and the products thereof; fruits, nuts, and vegetables, green, dried or undried, preserved or...
Page 8 - ... tacks, brads or sprigs; ice; iron and steel and manufactures thereof; leather; lumber and timber of all kinds, round, hewed, sawed, and unmanufactured, in whole or in part ; doors, sashes, and blinds ; machinery of all kinds, engines and parts thereof; oats and hay; paper, stationery, and books, and all manufactures of paper or of paper and wood; petroleum and all oils for lubricating...
Page 59 - The commanding officer of any merchant vessel, immediately after her arrival at either of the legalized ports of entry, shall make known to the Collector of Customs the business upon which said vessel has come to...
Page 38 - ... port ; but in case the commanding officer shall decline to sign the certificate of health, the pilot shall deliver him a yellow flag, which the master shall hoist at the main, and the vessel shall be placed in quarantine outside of the harbor, and anchored where the pilot may direct.
Page 34 - DEPARTURE OF VESSELS. Any vessel having, through her master or agent, fully complied with the laws and regulations affecting foreign trade, and with all the laws regulating the shipment and discharge of Hawaiian seamen, shall be entitled to depart after receiving from the collector of the port a clearance in the form provided by law.
Page 61 - That it shall be the duty of the President to cause a sufficient naval force to cruise in the waters to which this Act is applicable to enforce its provisions, and it shall be the duty of the commanding officer of any vessel belonging to the naval or revenue service of the United States, when so instructed by the President, to seize and arrest all vessels of the United States found by him to be engaged, used, or employed in the waters last aforesaid in violation of any of the prohibitions of this...
Page 63 - In case any vessel does not sail within forty-eight hours after receiving a clearance, it shall be the duty of the master to report the same to the Collector of the port, under a penalty of not exceeding twenty-five dollars, to be imposed by said Collector. No vessel shall be entitled to a clearance unless all proper charges at the...
Page 40 - All vessels that may enter any port shall be anchored in the place designated by the harbor master, and moved from one anchorage to another as he may direct; and no vessel, excepting coasting vessels under fifty tons burthen and vessels about to leave the harbor, shall quit her anchorage or moorings until the commanding officer shall have received the written permission of the harbor master, under penalty of a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.
Page 4 - In the year 1914, there will be four eclipses, two of the Sun, and two of the Moon.
Page 44 - ... feet to the eastward. Steer for the east end of the new wharf, and when half way between the light on the reef and the new wharf, keep away NW and along the esplanade to an anchorage inside. All bearings magnetic. HILO, HAWAII. A light-house has been erected at...

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