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Civil code of the Kingdom established.

Cornerstone of the Oddfellows' Hall laid.

Jonas Piikoi - father of David Kawananakoa, Edward Keliiahonui and Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole - dies at age 50.

William Pitt Kinau, son of Leleiohoku and Ruth Keelikolani, dies at Kohala at age 17.

Post office department established.

Ten Pacific islanders imported to work on Koloa Plantation.

The Islands export 1,826,630 pounds of sugar and 87,513 gallons of molasses.

Expenditures for the Hawaiian Kingdom total $643,098; revenues total $655,866.

$1,556,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i; exports total $740,000.

Gas lighting introduced to the streets of Honolulu.

Eruption of Mauna Loa reported with the flow running down to Wainanalii.

Kamehameha IV, distrustful of American missionaries, donates property for the English Episcopal Church.

Queen's Hospital opens in temporary quarters. Read More.

Drake's well hits oil in Pennsylvania.

Charles Darwin publishes The Origin of the Species.

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