First bank represented in Hawai'i by Page, Bacon & Company of San Francisco.
"Lahaina" type of sugar cane, noted for its fecundity, brought from Tahiti, boosting the sugar industry.
Honolulu Steam Flouring Mill Company started.
Steamer Sea Bird
arrives for Hawaiian Steam Navigation Company and enters the coasting trade. West Point also enters the coasting trade, under the name Kalama
The Islands export 575,777 pounds of sugar and 68,372 gallons of molasses.
$1,591,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i; exports total $432,000.