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PEW29E.P WEEKLY BT
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL, 21, 1859.
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNCM.
VOU III, N. 43. WHOLE Nav. 141
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THE CORA It
BT C.V rKBCTTAL.
ow beneath the ware of ocean
rp the coral toiieth slow,
Hi0Uug not the wOd eotnmoUoa
Of his eeasete-l ebb and flow :
through the weary lapae of ages,
YidJeth neer to despair,
Xboogh the watery demon rages
Twixt it and the realm of air.
Sat above the deep oprearing
" Slow majestical, its bead,
flttetrth it the sliht cheering-,
0-a n dews of Heaven are shed",
Aaj (1 fuhject wares are bringing,
With a blind, submiaaive toil,
fnblj vtM, which, closely clinging,
ue coral reef to soil.
And a rises high and higher
By the earthquake's hidden throe,
gun u Deo approaching uirher
From - watery gulf below;
XX at la. verdant island
uDjeth in its beauty there,
flUrre from ralley and from highland
Qaetlx op the voice of prayer.
lorn beneath the sea of being
Toilet- up the bumble soul,
H:i4 destiny decreeing
With a might that spurns control:
'Xl the darkness thick enshrooding, '
Tieldeth not to coward fear,
XbJ-.h an eager boat U erowdiug
Twist it and the upper sphere.
Sow abore the. mass arising.
feams the lightning of Its eye,
All that haughty host surprising
VXt the glance of destiny.
L ! the sulject hearts surrender
To its firm yet sweet control;
aad their willing praises render,
trging to the Tictor aouL
Aoi it riseth high and higher;
Saoht its restless ardor tames;
gull to heaven ascending h igber
Uearen the goal at which it aims !
Iiil, at kngtb. Us thrilling stury
Men and angels glad rehearse,
Xad it stands the pride and glory
Of th' anwring nniTerse.
. . .
Low beneath the seas of error
l'p the truth is toiling slow,
tit Ijr.g not the wares of terror
Imrkty surging to and fro :
Through the lapse of ages weary,
YicUeth never to despair,
Though a darkness, thick and dreary,
Saucuth out tba upper air.
Sow above the falae oprearing
" glow iu calm and radiant head.
Moral night is disappearing
Where Its holy light Is shed:
And the wrongs of tinner eras,
- Yanquahed by its heavenly light.
Being transformed, their oU chimeras,
Handmaids now of truth and right.
And it riseth high and higher,
' With each strife tor liberty.
Seal to Heaven ascending nigher
Heaven, Its summit's destiny :
Till U stands a mountain hoary,
Sating on foundation broad
Over which a path of glory
Leadeth earnest souls to God.
So man ii so insignificant as to be Bare his exam
can dj no hart.
If a nan makes me keep my distance, the comfort
U u Wr his at the same time.
r r . .. .
it 'l .tfntion to qis nac man uis
win ymJ J
a. ihowa what is most prized.
wwn. .him. Veens its watch, tirtae is not wholly
ittinTn:jbe.l from the heart.
n, mm. wn to mv life, is hers I lore; but
he wret of mv friend is not mine.
TK.,hmruin who is said to feed upon noining
it sir. has of all animals the nimblest tongue.
Jr s ThP. mild eTeaines are exceedingly fa-
Lwratle to keeping the new commandment
-I think onr church will last a good many years
ht," sud a waggish deacon to nis u'
ppr are tery tound.
ia n.T .nf.snniatii are infernal, iience
Lt..t:i.u t... i . inut hi- fellow man. shows
f ill he himself is a bad man.
One of the most unwelcome truths is to show up
kick&lnesa in hi?h Dlaces,
the meadows; ana ut-
V cu cf kindness brighten the world.
n .r,ni mt a itt- If one tarow sa
V thoa wilt receite no harm, anless tttoa nas
t uvi autuuiw
r j ....
That. .ir. i. th Snirit of the PresSv" ia a iaay
m ib hanled a elass of ciaer to a gu.-
Eitmnes meet. Civilization and BarDansm cu
fcer. Savage Indians and Cishionable ladies
?et their faces.
rel7 it is a blessed privaege to be kissed by the
we, that has kused all the pretty women m tne
AJepraved public man does well to go npon the
S. He had better exhibit others' characters than
TbeagHer a man is, the more need he has-tf the
saajiuon of an ugly wife to keep him in counte
ttace.' A qaack doctor, advertising his mode of cure, V"
that " tal ration is not necessary. " is not
6rsc time au eye has been lost in atrafoii.
kj is a man paying his note at the bank, like a
joing to see his children ? Because he meets
fcU anJ silver are, in these days, the most pnied
&4 eSwtive r,f all htlltMttalt.
Tv. n -.tl onven : ine
- . uuwiuk tow . j , ,
we kiss all the girls we ple-e, ni pl
ta irl w. kUa. "
IIleTT,l, talking of a man who dealt in MIng
lootatk,M. ahl f That fellow has mind of in-
,r,l coin mas.
AeaoJU-tu for office in -neighboring
. if elect! k will da mil in bis power " to mune
eompUints 0f the peopla." Bat w presume tie
rpWdmtwnttheiVcries hashed by the "tifl"g
EJwsbl Ther have no desire to be smotherea
" Rave you decided whether to make your son
KldW . U t. r. Knt I will AM BOOH aJ
ssule in mw r... minH whether it is best for him
to .. Bnn l- vi a 1 '1 1 nr nrjon the wices
- fJl ui. UHJUU ft .inm.. K
fcCies of his species."
"I s.r .1:- i t ri rwvir 7el. I cn
siacet l th Ar..r. min over me." " I 1
excuumed an old woman thrown into hysterics
l1 fright, M I can already feel the weight of twelf e
ntting on me.
A touaiciaa by trade does not sobsist quite o sirn
P'JM chameleon. The latter Urea upon air, tne
Bpoa air,. And, by the way. musician
ld enjoy good health, for he has a change f
fcnever he winU it,
Alemonless Irishman was obwerred one erening
,c" a potato in hia hot whisky toddy.
- hat are you about ? Charley inquired.
It's punch I'm making dear," quietly replied
" Bat what are you slicing that in for ?"
" 5h. poUto flavor V
" Sore, and isn't it a flaw, wkether IV l'nn
pttaty?' . ; , '
A beaaUfal girl beaaUful la youth and health
?1 parity who wakes from touch of morn-
h liirht m. ja with a ebeerful trace,
wi . -v wi TB the most
- ui-o, 11a e uiwv vm
TMicial of the day; from whose trow ercry te. or
,wway wear ana last ni;nr. r o "i
Hea u k r a :-- Ir-f
Tarnins Arsiad 1st Sisiglas;.
Several years ago a clergyman from En eland was
on a visit to the churches of this country. The first
uo went into a puipit 10 speak:, he was surprised
ai the novel mode of worshin of our Deode. No
sooner had he given out the hymn than the whole
congregation rose to their feet, like a remment at the
tap oi tne arum, and wheeled around like so many
platoons, with their faces to the choir and their backs
to the preacher. This was facing the music" with
a vengeance. We bad supposed this custom had been
pretty ranch given up, but it appears still to exist in
some churches, since a valued correspondent feels
called upon to lift up his voice like a trumpet against
it. His objections are very forcibly stated, as the
reader will see.
To the habit of turning around to face the choir in
time of einorintr, we have the following objections.
which we would be glad to have some congregations,
that we wot of, candidly consider, and see if there is
not a more excellent way :
1. It is an unnecessary trouble. It would make
much less noise and confusion to rise and stand facing
Z. some cannot stand, because of sickness or the
infirmities of age. It is very unpleasant to such to
have others standing immediately in front of them,
and looking them directly in the face.
8. It is equally unpleasant for those who are in the
back part of the house to turn around and face the
walls of the church, which they must do unless they
face those directly in front of them.
4. It is very unpleasant, or ought to be, to any
choir of sensible, modest persons, to be stared at by a
hole congregation during singing. Many persons
of refined feeling and sensitive natures, in fact, can
not endure it, and will not, therefore, go into choirs,
where the unpleasant custom prevails. Many parents
seriously object to having their daughters join such
choirs. They do not wish them to possess aU the bold
ness or brass of public, professional singers.
5. The congregation cannot so well join in the sing
ing while looking at the choir, a u-hile looking upon
their book. That fs tcAr fAe eyes ought to be ; each
one following the words; each one, in fact, joining, if
possible, in the singing, or making melody in the
heart if not with the lip, uttering simultaneously
with the choir every sentiment sung, the choir are
tnearly to lead the devotion, in this delightful part of
Divine service, and all to join.
The choir are not giving a concert. The singing is
a part of the worship of Almighty Uod. -they are
nnt Mincrinir to the congregation, but all singing to
God. There is no more reason why we should look
at the choir in singing, than there is why we should
look at the minister in praying except our own curi
ositT in each case, to see where the sounds come from,
and see how the performers behave themselves. But
in each case curiosity kills devotion. We think of the
nerformers. and we forget God. Let each one look on
hia fmrik and sine to God.
6. Another good reason why congregations should
not turn around in singing, is the fact that tne cus
tom is not a very prevalent one, and often strikes
strangers unpleasantly on coming into such a congre
gation. They are not used to it. Tbey do not know
at first what to do with themselves. We have often
seen their embarrassment. They are among strangers,
rrhana feel somewhat diffident, conscious that many
are noticing them as strangers; they have already
seen many eyes upon them, and they are trying as
much as possible to escape observation. As the con
gregation are rising around them for the singing,
they modestly get up, just as silent as possible, with
their eyes glued to their books, trying to the best of
their ability to compose their thoughts in a otranga
place to God's worship. But there is more noise in
the house than they have been accustomed to. Glanc
ing to the right or left they try to ascertaiu the cause.
They see some turning around. They do not know
yet that the movement is general. They dread to
look np, and take a survey of the whole congregation
to see. But lo ! others, directly in front of them, are
staring them out of countenance or to be, and
this is insufferable, and so another and perhaps des
perate effort is made to know what the custom of the
house is; whether it is a general movement, or
whether the Tew immediately around them do not
know any better. We have again and again seen all
this embarrassment. We have seen strong men quail
under the glances which they knew to be on them, or
thought to be on them, seeing their embarrassment.
How much more trying it must often be to a refined
and sensitive female under such circumstances, we
need not Btop to tell. , , ,
Will such persons be likely to come to that church
a second time? if they can avoid it ? Is that the way
to win strangers ? Remember, first impression in
this matter often decide the whole future. It is
8urely unfortunate for a church to keep up a custom
which is so contrarsjto the usage in our churches
generally. custom, because it
... "!::,:Tled.as unrefined, or well nigh
"lc7J; ; .h,.! it so. People just as
vulgar. e uu ""j - . - v.
refined as any others may fall into the practice, be
rennci j . they hfive chanced
have never seen tne cu&iom, i . .
only as 'uigar..,. -------- T. m 1e seriously
S..W must De reuenevi
Hngregation where it prevails.
? .1 .W rf a nrwietV.
Ur for it. If my turning
iieven disagreeable tc me Btruugci.
is even uisagr con
come into our cuureu w . -r ...
co . . .. . t i i i.t,ar- nnt tnrn around, it Will
clasion is mas a u - -
-V,1p- it muv add one to uur w6..6.-
. a a . . rvti rw 9Af
my boo an- y. Eton-
body else, as Boon aa
U. tnVhe Intesto ft fy
thafhe has transierreu
AGENCIES to Sxxor-
. JoesTwul be attended to by Mr. Srw,
All Of inc
under full Power of Attorney.
Hoontulo, Nov. 1, ISM-
- . . .-.tAblisl.ed himsel
THE rNDERSIGS fcu n - Vt thi, place
as a OES l.lt.u V" --.
. iiitWUIUill !- Mtft-l'- A . .
B. F. SNOW.
mil- rXDERSIOEO IS MSSt
Hoooiul- public the following,
I furnish to 1
-"T' on. HTONE!
o-antity, for building .nd JW?1
"JTr.Twith inooth surface, cut oat in an,
Uaiiaif? tmw - !. TIrn
.-. j. 1. 1
California Preserved Meats,
AUFOBSI .t American meats, XJ
- . rarw K. -
Ac- P-1 P 1
p. It. -'gV,io,CUforia.
. a. r.n.
eo-stantly 00 hand
p. Co. have
Nuts, Ac. A
f aal. in onanUtle. to .u.t the pan:baaer.
WHICU '-' -
. . RppA. and Islands.
. InP orTn.EEEiJ.'Si
yT this valuable w
L 7,ljro GOLDEN SYRUP-
SAN FRANCISCO t-UA. FRAN-
mCW Pi. FIVE CAtW -" ju-t received per
r ' d-EICH-EDSltCO.
13- . "
SHEATHi - ------ yELT,
lOU anew Particle, for sale py en AS. BREWKK. 2d.
. vnov. SMALL SIZE?
juveu, -'-"".,1, br CHAS- " '
a . "Composition nails.
MiTAlCOr , aborted etoes,
jru. aw mf
SO bTxt; compoa.tion naUs;
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, Oahu,' H. I
J. F. COLUURN,
TJCTIOUEE in. .
Kaaiiomanu street, TJ'jnnlulu, Oahu.
-P. S. WILCOX,
(Successor to R. Coady At Co..) Shipping and Commission Mer
chant. Uonolulu, aanavicu inlands. .
Rrpcrcscks : t i
IIrxrt A. Pdrcb, Boston. Swift & Allks, New Bedford.
Bctlsb k Si.sk, " Wm. Wilcox, ' .
Charles Wolcott Broou, Saa Francisco.
P. S. WILCOX will continue the Shipping and Commis
sion Buaineas foi merly carried on by K. Coady & Co. A supply
of the leading article in the Provision and Ship Chandlery line,
kept constantly ou hand and for sale at low rates, from long
experience in every matter concerning Whaleships, be is prepar
ed to offer superior facilities to masters and owners entrusting
their buaineas to his charge. Particular attention will be paid
to the shipment of Od and Bone to the I. nited states, at the
lowest current rates, in first class ships. Whalemen's Drafts
drawn at 30 and 60 days' sight upon their Agents, will be at all
times negotiated. , 132-tf
II. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
Regular Line of Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titcomb Plantation.
Sale of Crocker Brothers Co s Yellow MetaL
New Fngland KooBng Company. V23-tt
A. P. EVERETT,
J anion's new block, Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Messrs. Sampaox k TarrAS, -
K. 1). Bkighax At Co.,
" BlTLKR, KK1TH & II'.LL,
Honolulu, July 1, 1857.
chjls. a. BISHOP.
HI. A. A LP RICH
1IISIIOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office In the east corner of " Makee's Block," on
ITa.lininami itiwt. Hfin ilulU.
-;i7 t ilismunt flrsuclass business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc.
c. a. ii. f. rooa,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, OAHC, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
l I'Vl'R Ti
Gborcr F. Psabopv, Esq., - Philadelphia.
Elisha Haskkll, Ksq., ... " New Bedford.
Messrs. Rrad, Gardxkr It C-... - - B??ton-
Waldo, Babrt fc Co., - New York.
Abrrbthv, Clark t Co., - - San Francisco.
Badokr & LtsuBsBKROKB, San Francisco.
r, . nrniDIL W. SBVKRASCB.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Commission Merchant, and dealers iu General
Merchandise, iionoiuiu, va.nu, bmiu-ii
Messrs. C. A. Williams Co.,
D. C. Watbkmax it Co.,
B. F. Snow,
Williams & Havk,
Thomas Fitch. -Williams
Muhuix, Stonb & Co.,
Asa T. Lawtos,
T. At A. R. Ntk,
Edward C. Jokss, -
8. UairriTH MorgaS,
pVc. WAT KRM AH. '0Ba to"
T. 3. WATBBMAIf t CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fteet M
'The furnishing of funds, purchase and salej of
Bone, General Merchaodiae, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. I.aac IIowlasd, Jb., Co., New Bedford.
.- n. V Pope. Eso. do.
Morgan, Stows & Co., San Francisco.
McRCBR & MEBRILL,
W. A. ALDRICII,
Importer and Dealer in General MercnDnn.se ; v,o.ru.,.,.
.e . f . an.i i ' n fT. nnd other
Agent ror tee ale oi ougur, -
o i m tir the Ijrck Plant atios. Con
-n nt I aland IVoduce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise prompujr
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, uonoiuiu, uinu, o.
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re-
: J t t.V :i aan4 nthpr.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, &c,
1 1 t ..... .i Luvul maplrpt nrtces.
at the shortest notice, ai mc " r "
CT Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
GC8T. C. M IX HUES.
MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Uonomm, wj
8. 1. Stone store corner oi n.aanuu" "
Monev advanced on bvorahle terms for W halers bills on the
U. 8. and Europe.
C. BREWER 2d,
General Commission -Merchant. Hcjotata, OJ- l. Money ,
advanced on ravoraDie terms iw - o- - -- --
V. S-, England and France.
AMOS. S. COOtK.
r a art b
CASTLE & cuuivi-,
. . . ta.:i JonioM In fiTira.I Mer-
Importer, and - King and School
?occumed by C. U. Nicholson, in King street, rypo-
:. ih. i, Stone Church. Also ai ure
. ,h'Kemana Chapel. AgenU for Dr. Jaynes
A. S. & M. S. GRINBAUM,
. tv...i... s FMhlonable Clothing, Hats, Caps
T2 JT. Shoes nd every variety of Gentlemen's Superior
Fi.rngS&- StoreTcorner of Fort and Merchant
Honolulu, Oahu. .
UTAI & AI1EE,
a . a DnnatrrUi XtK Tf-TO.
AgenU for tl?.?!--,;- 1b
er.bm' navon hand, sale, at their estab-
"!'." "' Ki,..tri Honolulu, and at Lahaina, JMam,
Sur.Molsea, Syrup, Tea, Coffee . and
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1857.
J. C. SPALDINC5,
. . . a J Tmnr.rril KfWtnlUlU. OanU, 0. A.
. . a a a 1
Commissum r; KnA EaTOve; Con
ignroents from abroad promptly
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods.
RITSON & HART i
. v i irh lr Wine and Snirit
Buocewors to Mr.a "-3- . d
Merchants, uonoiuiu, mm. a.j
wrignt, auu a
... 1 -. .v. .a. at Knnnuu u h v
Merchant and Importer. Office.
W. N. LADD,
vmter and Dealer in
HABDWABB. CCTI.ICBT, MBCHATOO
XOO V man v
RORERT C. JANION,
Merchant and Commission Apmt, Honolulu, Oaha, 8. 1.
TH. C. BBTCK
Ton HOLT iiii u s.
General Commission Merchants. Hoool-in. Oahu. 8. L
Coim-.lc Merchant and General Shipping Ageut, Honolulu,
Oahu, mm. a-
Spirits, Ale and
the Pnat unc-.
r.EORRE G. UOWh,
Umber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Naunnu etreeu on
tne nincn-f k .
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Commission A rents, and Bhlp Chandlers,
Oahu, 8. 1.
. Wmr (Wt Hotel street between Nuuanu
Dealer to a'JXobX 8. I. U tf
. H-BBIS, OABV. . ' 'WAW'
ahET. HARRIS & CO.,
. .n bin. of Hawaiian Produce, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Deal" In S f-tLSS ' Me "raVMcRuer A Merrill, San !
Francisco, C. S. a.- '
; J. H. WOOD,
! Mn-a-Jmv.ntmP. Sole, Biprlne, Han-Ba,
desnpx- -77, oimt Hoe. and Back -kine
Tr-Al AcickSbos -Ue, corner
nd Fatem --,7, ei.: nd llaaka. Black
' . . t 1
i t Merr" -TV.
CUAS. BREWER, 2d,
Agent for the BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu. 119-tf .
Hawaiian flour company,
ino-tf A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent.
A (J EXT FOR THE
Nevr Trk Bern r 4 f U aider writer.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters, -Ice,
that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters. .
J3.tf ALEX. J. CARTWR10HT.
AfJENT FOR THE
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has received the apMintment ol
AGENT at these Inlands for the ldVEltl'OuL UNDER
1-tf ROBERT C.J AN ION.
ACS E NT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, 8hlp owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the appointment ot
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONIH1N.
ltf ROBERT C.J ANION.
FLORE NS STAPKNIIORST,
Agent for the Bremen board of Cnderwriters. All average claims
aeainst the said Underwriters, occurring in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before him 1-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Pry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets. 1 tf
1. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business at the new store in Makee's new fire
proof building, at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, comer of queeu ami Kaahumatu streets.
Chronometers rated by observatiorj of the sun ami stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glnsaes silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. -
T. UOSSM AS, JR
MOSSMAN & SON,
n.vn Riwrnind Dealers in Dry Goods, Nuuanu street, Hon
olulu, Oahu, S. I. . !'-"-'
Fire Insurance Notice.
:n NORTHERN' ASSURANCE CO.
rarviIV. fTllKRSIuNEU begs
to notify to those par-
1 ties who have insured in this office wooden buildings
n buildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in conse
aequence of the continued erection of largo and hitrta wooden
buildings close together In narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
ROBERT C. J ANION,
jj2tr Agent for the Northern Assurance Co.
1MIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
ny, (established 18:56.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
timni. &nd abroad.
Capital l,839,7GO,Slerliu. '
The undersigned has been appointed Acent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANION.
7f at Honolulu.
E. HOFFSCHLAECER 4i STAPEMIORST,
Afiemt far Ike
PRI3 AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lcs Soussignes, ayant eta nominaa Agents pour les
AsHurcurs maritimes de Par'iB ct tie Bordeaux,
previennent le public en general et les Capi-.
tainesde navires marchands fran(;ais, qui xisitent
les ports de ce royaume, en prticulier, que daus
tous les cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu daus ces
posagus, 11m Uevrout, -fUiau. ottater et wiiier
les flits devant eux pour legaliser leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs.
61-tT ED. UOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENH0R3T.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the omce.
MEI.CnERS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1S57.
CHAS. F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hitel street,
Medical aud Surgical advice in English, French Spanish, and
Italian. . ,
Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 p.m.; at other hours Inquire at
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, &c,
Has removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, in
Queen Street, where he will be reguliirly supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
ICr Family Medicines and Prescriptions carefully prepared.
try- Medicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
Attendance at the office from 8 A. Jt. till 6 r. x., on week
days, and from 8 to 11 a. u. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence. Union street. 111-tf
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Makee's
block. Ship's Medicine chests refitted, and prescriptions
carefully prepared. . , ,, ,
XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
Physician and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, aojoimng
the store of II. Hackfeld fc Co., Queen-street-
J; D. BLAIR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Proctor in Admiralty,
flee over II. M. Whitney's Book Store, Honolulu, S. I.
Attorney at Law. omce, over me rorn-..
Tw. Office, over the rost-omce.
business and executes aocuiucuw " "
J. W. AUSTIN, ,
ATTORXEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufiicturer and dealer in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. alrng's Honolulu, H.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen-
. . . ti -n. Shin work executed with
era. aorrc. w 1 r
neatness and dispatch.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, notel Street, opposite th
Oovemment House. l "
BYRON'S BAT, HLLO, HAWAII,
ShlD Chandler and Dealer in General Merchandise, keeps con
stantly on hand an extensive a?sortmeni of every description
of Goods required by Whaleshlr and others.
Shipping- furnished with Fresh Beef and A egftablea, and all
kinds of Groceries and Salt Provisions, etc, etc., at the
shortest notice and upon the most reasonable terms.
Money advanced for Whalers' Bills at the lowest rates.
Best faculties forStorafte of from 6 to 6000 barrels.
N. B No ardent spirits allowed to be sold at this port.
Foreum as weU as native seamen can be procured here upon
as favorable lays, etc, as at any of the other ports on the Islands.
Kilo, March, 1859.
GIL.MAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers In General Merchandise,
LAIIAINA, MAUI, H. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for biUs of exchange. 1T
nOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants and Dealers In
General Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui. Whalers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In General Merchandise,
Uonolulu. and I-ihaina, Maui. -
Dealer In General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. ShlP Ppij?
t.k .- tK mi iwwi e nnue ou c aawiw
Bills of exchanfte wanted.
S. N. EMERSON,
Waialua, Oahu, Dealer In General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce auch as Com, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Egrs,c.
Commlaaiou Merchant, dealer In Ship Ohaiidlery. arrf 'General
Merchandte, lahaina, Maul, H. I. Ships frruahed Iwdh
-IT:;,, ul,.- BUls wanted on the V. 8. and lUrrope.
REEF I I :
V v Ta BARRELS MESS BEEF, Just received
AZ.iW per -Syren.",. . oraaieoy
CHAS. BREWER, 3d.
kTsf-l BOXES SUPEHIOal TOBACCO, -Oa
H3 For afc y - .
Steal "Gshb for -Sale.
TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR SALE I
THE WELL KNOWN AND OLD ES-
w caonsneo uuAiiviAuuutciKiiuwiiuuic -t.iiujf'
JL is offered for sale.
This house has done a most excellent business for a long time.
and the Proprietor is forced to part with it from beitf too much
occupied in other business. Apply to
4. eilh nni,
143-tf Hotel Street.
Waikahaluln Water Lots !
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. apiolrited agent for the sale and lease of the
heps to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others t this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned tv application
to the uudersisned at Robert C. J anion's Fire-proof Buildings.
N. B. Early application should ne ma-ie tor ciHee ixta.
. W. L. GREEN,
Agent for the Sale of Waikutialulu Lota.
Honrlu, Oct. 21S58. ll-tX
Valuable Real Estate for Sale !
THE RESIDENCE OPR. V. SPEI- ,-.
DEN, situated on the Waikikl Koad, two mum ouijj
of Honolulu. The premises contain about FOUR ii
ACRES of well fenced Land, Dwelling Home, and all other ne
cessary out-bouses. There is also a great variety of fruit trees
Peaches, Apples, unerry, apnws nammic, .uuiucuj, -uvko,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Cocoauuts, etc. There are
five fish ponds on the premises, contnininjr about ?0,000 fih, of
which one fourth are fit for use. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain water. Theland is all in pood
cultivation, and bounded with Shade Trees of every description
adapted to this climates. Persons desirous of purchasing, would
do well to call and examine those premises.
Terms easy. Title fee simple.
For particulars, inquire of . R. V. SPEIDEN,
. On the premises ;
Or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Coffee Plantation lor
TITCOJIB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT HANALEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 Aerew, and has upon it 50,000 Coffee
frees. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of surar
Th. tnie is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
B. F. SNOW.
LAND FOR SALE I
4T NORTH KO.VA, H AWAII ABOCT 100
"ACRES, containing 6000 Coffee Trees and 20 Orange
Trees; also, peach, fig. Am. apple, cherimoya and other
The above Land is for sale. Apply to
136-3m J- M. WHITHER, on the Place.
TIIE HOUSE AND MT SITUATED ON
Ck2 Waikikl Plaius, at present occupied by the undersigned.
JL- Terms liberal. Apply at this Office, or to
9$-tf JUiiN LUKu.
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The undersigned would ln
fonn hU friends and the public, that he has taken and
io,i .in tii nremisi on Fort street, opposite C. Brewer
il's Store, as a CARPENTER Sn01 and would solicit that
patronaee heretofore so liber.illy bestowed. All orders in
the various branches of Building, Plans, Specifications and
Contracts, attended to with pr?mAj"L"y VINCENT
N. B. DOORS, WINDOW BASH, and all other articles per
ainlng to house building, constantly on hand and lor sale. 93-tf
I0CSE CARPENTER, &c,
' ' ' FORT STREET.
RESPECTFULLY INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work in the above hne,a
hopes to merit a share of public patronage. 102-tt
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
suppl merchants and families with hard and soft soap also,
neaU foot oih or trade for tallow, Blush, and
all kinds or kitchen grease. 53-ly
" II. C. OR A HAITI,
COOPER AND GAUGEK.
THE OVERSIGNED having recenOy purchased the
Coop-rage formerly occupied by C. H. Butler, corner of
Queen and Fort streets, is now prepared 10 mkuk w
aU orders that he may be favored with at the above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the " Royal Hotel."
Ship Agents and Masters are respectfully invited to call and
examine his Urge and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N.B.-UO0O barrels casks on band and for sale on the most
II. F. LONG,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGS LEAVE TO BUiiri '"f
puhlic that he is now preparea vi iuro.s..
of COFFINS, and supe.-iutend Funerals, attheshort-
. rm ti Inn; emerieoce he has had in
dSV IH ... a v
the business, he rrusU that he may give satfaction those who
will favor hira with a call. Ready made pine coffins always on
.i a-om 4 to10: cherry and koado., vanusnea, i auu
lroa do. Dolished. 25 and $40. Koa
Koa Lumber on hand and
6ir sale at his shop, King street, nearly opposite
Bethel. . ,
N. B. FCRN ITCRE made, repaired
neatness and dispatch.
TIIOMPSOIV & ITEVI1-I-E,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PCRCHASED
are now prepared to execute Ship, Carnage and Cart
r ' ... 1: - I .no, M.An.lllA
-.S.a forrruiPl V rfnnir-l II V rwm m ATM . ,
Work, on the snonesi mium '
terms, and hope by strict attention tr lsiness to merii a snare
ofthe public patronage heretofore so hoerally bestowed. I0fr-tf
Corner King and Bethel Streets,
- . w u -.-.- Kki- trAnrxAu
. Shipmasters, and the public genera ly, that they win be
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop oa eor
ner of Bethel and King streets. All orders with which hey may
be favored, will be thankfully received and promptlya ttended to.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO uAUtJu. JJ
B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
GEORGE W. NORTON.
. - - . A
wwwc VTVnvRmi. KU. HAf liiu ' A
tborough knowledge ot tne aoove o.--,
notify his friends and the public generally of Honolu
lu, that he is prepared to make to order, on short no
. 1 . .
tice, and in tne most thorougn worma..uaj u.,.,
live, m . ,tn ..4 nu Mitnaao. Old Be
?.1TZ " terl and red -ith neatnea, and di
pTjch. Carpet, of all kind, laid in the mo l
like manner. '.
l9-6m next aoor to uto. ir, n '
THE HON01.T-ri.TJ IRON WORKS.
HIE UXDERSICXED U now prepared to repair or
"T,fiall kind, of machinery, mid (fearing, wmd
order. ' , .... , ..1.
-ron anaa.-,H D. M. WESTON.
HOUSE. SHIP, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
KINO STREET, NEAR FORT,uuiiuimlj.
T.x, KINDS OF WORK IK HIS "J'E
wUl bVexecuted with dispatch, and to a style second to
Flour ex Mountain Wa?e !
IFTT BBLS. RICHMOND SUPERFINE, I
. . . , .- tn nnnlitiMI to (tut I
in quarter r-l " -7. gSOW.
AN ARTICLE EVERTBODT SHOULD
w ADDERS AND HOUSE STEPS-LIGHT
L-nd "re-gf-122 taddera, tromlOto 32 feet long,
87 house steps, from 6 to 7 -,
138-tf For sale cheap by C. H. LKWERS, Fort St.
-m.AKK WHALEMEN'S 'EXCHANGE.
H !lli; orTane panerl for saleAlso MewhaaXa'
Blank Exchange., Fc
11. jb. vtrj luui.
' -.. . . r-- - rj
VL Drop, Just received per
C Van- . POOR.
" . sulk Lea. . u- .
rTOTI. EXTRA LISITTf; FANCT SULTI--3,
I S-raa-Tby , qitf) CHA3. BSfCWl ,.
starts, gtotllings, &t., la rt.
PLEASANT RESIDENCE TO LET.
.THE HOUSE IN NUUANU, LATELY
occupied bv Judire Robertson, opposite Mb Hall's. In-
AT LAHAINA TO LET. -
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL PREMISES
at Lahaina. These premises, in the best locality, eutuu
of the two story dwelling known as the Hawaiian Haol
one extensive store, lately occupied by Sir. 8. Hoffineyer, and
the store lately occupied by Messrs. I" tal A Ahee with other
outhouses, large yard, etc.. etc Possession siren Immediately
Rent reasonable. Apply li Tn. C. II EC I K. -
. . Agent fur L. U. Aiithuo.
Honolulu, March 2, 1S59. 140-tf .
A STORE TO LET,
IN KING STREET, NEARLY OPPO-
aite tlie Bethel, size 25 by 30 feet. The front may De al
tered as reuuired for tlie occupant. Rent moderate.
Apply to , 8. JOHNSON,
iat-tr House Carpenter, Fort st.
TO LET AT LAHAINA.
THE STORE BELONGING TO MR. L.
B. Anthon. on Hawaiian Hotel Premises, at Lanaina,
now occupied by Messrs. I tal H Co. Possession given
the 20th Inst. For terms, etc., apply to ,Tl.
i:w-tf TH. C lir.Lt.tt.
MTHE GRENIER PREMISES. ON NUU
anu street, opposite Merchant street, consisting of TWO
, STORES, with fixtures., etc. Apply to ,.m.
j-ju-tf A. P. EM.RETT.
. TO LET.
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
ajl i ., vi ul duiIj'iv ttUKIC HI'I l.r Kli. corner of
. kW ucar. Ul UIC X i 1. ..w.- ..-- ,
ill. lc.uloimi.nii and Oueen streets, vis :
i-t.a .iHw nn ih uwond fl.ior. directlv over the Savincs Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1600
Possession given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
l19tf CUAS. BREWER, 2o.
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PEE-
mises heretofore occupied y u. . aiacy aa a
residence, ad iuiuinir Mr. Moiiuromerj-'s ganlen, on Smith
Bridge and eight tnimites' walk of the wharf. The houses con
2, 1 i.- n.rir with a Kiilendid view of Nuuanu Valley, a
dining room, tour good bed wmm, pantry, cook house and well.
The carden is well Blocked with fruit trees, and the situation is
eooL nicturesque ana saiuonous.
ill find it a most
desirable residence. Inquire of
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.
THE LARGE AND;COM MODIOl S FIRB
Pmnf Store on KahumauU Sireet, lu?ijr -j
Messrs KruU & Moll. Terms moderate.
given immediately Apply to
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
V. ... u.i n !,, 11 narate bed
rar or tne - nniur n- ,---
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
vTHE FIRE-PROOF STORE AT pPRE-
i :" sent occupieu oy
XJi. given on 1st next month.
CH AS. BREWER 2d.
TO LET STORAGE.
TH v CELLAR UNDER THE hu
lu" Uousene of the most convenient in towa-capa-
&IeOrtOrlnRabOUt400 tO,,', H. WHITSEY.
FOR SALETJR TO LET,
MTHE FORETOPTREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
LET, 1 PER
vnXl SALE OR LEASE.
Averbenr. Kso... comer 01 n-iug uu 7
Tmiyession can be given if required. For
Immediate possession XT. ."t.to a nvvurtflST.
terms apply to I9tt-tr uvn.
THE TWOSTORES RECENTLr
erected in Fort street, between King iajuercu..v
Parties wishing to lease can nave iu
early application. For terms, piease appijr
B. r. SNOW.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO SOp TONS heavy o.
Jight goods, on the premises of the undersigned
LET. The front Office orer
office. Enquire 01
Qii-ti) 11. m. " 4i
w.u i',nPRSH:KI) would call the aTtbbtiOB of
nimEhRa'nlGthVeFpS..ic to. hi.Roca, the
"Pacific Commercial Advertiser," ITlntmg V"''
Postoffice)where he is taking Pictures which, t elegance of
style and softness of tone, ,f1eBiete. Ac- he I.
Reinir in constant receipt of New Stock, cnemicais.
jjolJJ W. F. HO "LAM W, Aros-
Ex " Modern Times !"
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, 4c.
. T D1PKS.
4A?0 J33j5. -2&
J. K. B. Marshall, sq., ana i . -
ever imported, and will be sold at EWERS,
v.i.i-nki Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scales.
AH sizes of the above for sale by
119-tf " :'.
B. V. SNOW.
WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, fc.
ETS SUP. WHIFFh-TKwa a v...-,
Extra sized 1 1 arrow.
Hand Cultivators. . '
Iron Plows, "
For sale by
llfltf CHAS. BREWER, 2p.
HAND.' and to arrive, per -syren.
fiur. nfitiMl Iron.
1b,Tull- Xil Rods.
Bundles Norway Shapes,
For sale by
119tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
6riIIARLES HEIDSIECK & C 0.-n beel
Cwu- ever drank on
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
BOCBBOW AXD M AOXOLIA Wms-
ky. In 10--a-on p-caaa, cTl. k I C H ARDSJs CO. i
DRAWING PAP K R .
IOR SALE BT
n. u. wnrrNET.
VAIIVS. BY MACHI.-i
from maleable Iron? horseshoe ana urau nu,ru
Eagle Factory. Providence, aw -!-;
D. C WATERMAN A CO.
WHALING GUNS ANI BOMBS
rR a"ds celebrated whaling
m-C nL. wk i. lam and small lizea. anivera-lly
acknowledged to be the most superior arti. lea of t Ue kind in e.
,0. tf For aale by P. B. WILCOX.
BRAND'S WHALING GUNS.
nOR SALE BT THK UNDERSIONC-
T Three Brand'! Whaling Gts wlUi ftwh Leeea
136-tf B- BJMJWe
NEW OIL 8HOOKS, WHALE BOATS.
)R SALS BY THE UNDa-I-SIGNa-D-
new Whale Boats.
19M bhla New Bedford 0a Casks, in shook.
PITCH 1NR TiR.
Q rt BARRELS of eaei, Just arrived per eUpper allf
tp-B -Byren," rors-teoy
- r I K. d COi J. amorted iea, made
0 V. telTed Pi cupper ship
I , ' .
I 1 '
j - ' ni r'
j O IWCIX
(has. VoIcott Brooks, "
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND FORWARDING AGENT,- - -123
SaBMiae Birec-t, N Prasrtwc CI.
IJARTICfLAR ATTENTION (JIVES TO
the purchase, shipment and aale of Harchaudiaa, and to
the Forwarding and Traushipment of Goods in transiU
B. F. Ssow, Honolulu. I Js. Hckxkwkll, Boston.
C. Bbbwbb, 2o, Ilounlulu. ' I ' Hkkbv A. FlBBOB, "
P. B. Wilcox. I
Macokkbav Co., San Francisco.
MOBUAM, t-TON & Oo "
. AaT. Lawtos, . , r .'i . .'l3-f
D. c. M area. c. ajaaiuLk
COMMISSION MERcilANTS. t, , ?
' - ' 5iD ' - - -' - ;
2 . AQENT8 Of TIHS " . . . ,
Rc-galar Dispaitrli LIster IImIbi1m Paeltel.
it-w All frelvht arriving In transitu for the Sandwich Islarals,
will be received and forwarded by the " Regular Lnapatcb Line"
ntKK or COMMISSIOB. . . .
. Particular attention paid to Hmvardln ana transnipmrat oi
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other exchange. In
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supply
log whaleships, chartering ships, etc ,:..
47 st ad 49 California at reel. iw-"
1 - BRFBB TO t '
Captain James Makes, Honolulu; Captaia u. v aierman
llenoliuu; aiessr. uuman at v-o., tuaMitiM.
S. SBirriTTS MOBCAB.
C. I. HATHAWAY.
K. f- tTOBB
MORGAN, STONE & CO., :
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Ban fraociana, Cal
References, T. 8. Hathaway JKaq. Messrs. T.
Swift At Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grimiell Mlnturn At
Co- New York, John M. Forbes Esq-, Boston, Messrs. Per
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C Watwmaa Esq. Hon
olulu. July 1, lftfrs-tf.
Mr. JOIIIV ALEX. MATHEWS,
G Q.aeea'a Place. Sydiaey.
XT Reference to W. L. Gaais, Honolnln, B. I. 104-oin
EASTRA & CO.,
COJLMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
LL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished also. Ship s
u. ui BhiB Chandlerr. AT BOBOLOLU ralCBB.
Whalemen's Urana taaen, ao.
m II. KEaCLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, ?
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money no
. . . kill. l..lnill fil.lM AS.1,
lavoraoie lenni ioc uuw wi - - j
W. BUTaLEU, -
CUSTOM HOUSE fc COMMISSION A6EWT
MANGONCT, NEW ZEALAND." -
-m htr.nt .nnnlied or the most reaaonabht terms. ' Tat
&B-6 8 long. 173-3a,K.
SAJIL. C. WOODIIUFF,
SHIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL. AQENT Goods bought and sold od com
mission. Ship and Family Store put up at toe norwsc now.
Corner of Qcbbb'b Road and Pottisgbb btbkkt, ufBan
B-v Refers to THOMAS craBCaa. IUiwuuai, m. .
BrALDtso, Honolulu, Sandwichlslanda.
A. S. EDWARDS & CO.,: :
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE Dr.ALr.rtH . Ul
- Wines and liquors,
IOG FRONT STREET, CORNER OV VTASUINOTON
-1 Sbi Frsitjelae, Call. '
. . . r -rw rk, wt r
rlTRUS W. JONES, FUKMEHL1 J no
i iri.i"f.TT i. mnml with the above firm, and respect
fully BoUciU orders from old friends, and will be happy to attend
to the purchase of all descriptions of merchandise, at theuaual
rates of commission.
DARRY & PATTEN, V ' Vt
L-PORTlCBa, WHOLE-AUI AND aVCTAI Ds-VUB- I -
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, f-c.,
HO MoBitcwaarry at., Smm Frcla-. 6d-ly
II. WEBSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN . . ...--J
33 r xx c 1 o ms , fs" ,
. AND ; .
liquori of every Description.
101 FRONT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant,
ROPE WALK AWD
CIORDAGE OF EVERT SIZE MANCFAC
J TtTRED to order. ConstanUy on hand, a large as
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (ah slses). Bate
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, to., for sale by , XLUBa m J-,
ao-iy 139. rroot Btrset, Ban rancwo.
Cairo of Lumber for Sale !
J' CST RECEIVED PERjJCOLlTSj A. Camman,
Master, direct from Mendocino Mill, com prised of the fol
lowing assortment t m ,
89,4o9 feet rougn iteawooa uoarua,
1 . . a a all-.
Bcar-lUur. x ,
A-foet Pickets, . . '".j.' ,
1-Inch tongued and grooved Redwood Flootlng,
jj m - . a - m
urfaced 1-Inch Redwood Boarda,
- 11 - Plank,
planed Huch , f,
tongued and grooved Pine Flooring, 1 Inch,
60.000 Redwood Shingles.
American 1 Inch white pine Boarda, planed on two aWes,
Do 1 Inch do do - do - do 00 one tide,
. 1 f 101 mnA IS fret teneth.
1 Inch white pine Boards, 10 Inch wide and 12 ft km ,
white pine Sheathing Boarda, planed one Bide,
cedar Shingles, shaved,
pine and spruce laths. - , ...
v " . . , . , CHAS. BRIWCR 2d.
Paper ex Saehen !
COMPLETE . AKD EITO
af nrintine. ean. tetter, eoU, wrapping,
L aire sasortmeot of printing,
I and tiaaoe papers, ever imported Into Honolulu. i.
100 reams news, 000a ana j P"--a -' .,.
SO - broad and kmg-fokl WU paper, aast'd iroallUes,
86 " ruled and plain cap paper, -'-
114 ruled and plain letter paper. - -20
ladles' piain, rkd and gUt letter paper, '
- , plala and fancy note paper,
& Lawyer's brief paper. -'r
lU-m. drmwine Paper, tiasee, hardware srrafrpto-, red and
white biottins; paper, Ac, Ae. , (
ALSO ON UAH U
And tor sale cheap between one and two hundred reams of
second quality plala ana ruiea rw-, -r -TCT -KT
PIANOS! PIANOftt PIAWOSI
F THE CE-EBHATBW - -.-
CHICKERING & CO-l'-.
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLAB1-.
The -BderBl eaa fendeh i-i-rter tl f2J
tbc above Biakera, thro-gh M
obbts for the Fcic coast.
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