The following is a list of the principal Chiefs, Officers of His Majesty’s Civil Administration; of the Chiefs entitled to rank, and of the present incumbents in the more important local offices, which will be corrected as occasion may require:—
Members of the Hon. Privy Council of State.
G. P. JUDD, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
JOHN RICORD, Attorney General.
JOHN II, of the Treasury.
JOHN YOUNG, Counsellor.
TIMOTHY HAALILIO, of the Treasury.
Governors of the Respective Islands.
M. KEKAUONOHI, Kauai.
J. A. KUAKINI, Hawaii.
KEONI ANA, Maui.
M. KEKUANAOA, Oahu.
W. P. LELEIOHOKU, Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Associate Judges of the Supreme Court.
J. A. Kuakini,
W. P. Leleiohoku,
Princes and Chiefs eligible to be Rulers.
Alexander Liholiho, Heir Apparent to the Crown.
Moses Kekuaiwa, Expectant Gov. of Kauai.
Lot Kamehameha, Expectant Gov. of Maui.
James Kali, Expectant Premier.
Peter Young Kaeo,
Belinda Pauahi [Bernice Pauahi],
Elizabeth Kekaniau [Elizabeth Kekaaniau],
Executive Officers of Government.
DAVID MALO, Superintendent of Schools at Maui.
KEIKENUI, do. do. Oahu.
KAHOOKUI, do. do. Kauai.
BARENABA, do. do. Hawaii.
KAPAE, do. do. do.
JAMES J. JARVES, Director of Public Printing.
P. KANOA, Member of Treasury Board.
J. R. VON PFISTER, Secretary to dito.
G. L. KAPEAU, do. do.
WILLIAM PATY, Collector and Harbor Master of the Port of Honolulu.
T. C. B. ROOKE, Port Physician.
ROBERT BOYD, High Sheriff.
LOUIS GRAVIER, Prefect of Police and Superintendant of Public Houses in Honolulu.
MIKEKAI, Captain of Police of Honolulu.
HENRY SWINTON, Prefect of Police and Superintendant of Public Houses in Lahaina.
HOONAULU, Captain of Police at Lahaina.
EDWARD HAWKS, Collector of the Port of Lahaina.
ISAAC LEWIS, Harbor Master of do.
Judges of Inferior Courts.
Kuhia, Judges of Honolulu.
Other parts of Oahu.
Inferior Judges of Maui.
Kamakini, for Lahaina.
Inferior Judges of other parts Maui.
Inferior Judges of Kauai.
Collectors of Internal Revenue—Oahu.
Collectors of Internal Revenue—Kauai.
Collectors of Internal Revenue—Maui.
Collectors of Internal Revenue—Hawaii.
(Polynesian, 7/20/1844, p. 1)