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Crrr av Lsxasd 'irasCBirnoss, $4.00 a Tbab.
The ubaerlncina price (or Ail paper forwarded tofrrigneoxr.
tH k $J W prr annum, which include the Americas Bad
Hawaiian poLar-. A 11 paper for American r European pons,
w III bare i oiicm state aiUi;e stamp on litem.
iy Sc-M-irrroxs Payablb Atwin I xoriHt
T.r Communication from all part of the Pacific will always
Le very acceptable.
rOMMKRl'liL PRI.VTIVG OFFICE.
fla is and fancy
HOOK .4M1 JOII HRIVTIXH
BOOK, BILLS OF EXCH ANGE,
CATALOGUES. BILL OF LADING,
BILLHEADS. CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULAR.'. BLANK DEEDS.
AUCTION MLLK, HANDBILL.
TT VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
tram m Yankee Caul Press," tn the behest style of the art.
vi' ' m u wav . a. am am mm j n am swi
.4riw: Tar Caaatry Calla Thet.
Aria ! tby eotmtry calla ttee.
lird oa the sword marie glorious
la mxay a strife victorious
No coward fear appals tliee. ,
The traitorous lot) before thee staod.
Their armor gleaming in tby six hi '
Arise ! and sweep them from the land,
Or perish ia the fi-ht.
Tit Freedom hoar of need,
hi bid the dare lore deed
Advance, and fix thy burning eyes npoo her;
Fhe point thee to the fray,
h lead lo glory's way.
But sever aerer irtu to diahooor !
Anf ! thy country call tlre
By her lanil story
.Varch oo, and welcotn dealli
Where Frwedua lead lo glory.
Jt rie ! tby Country call thee.
Her tear are interceding,
IW chi!ren with thee pleading
O , 'JvMt, wLale'cr befall thee.
BS.II impiua hand her s'andard tcaV,
Au-i w look tamely ea the signt f
W her arc the pool that heroes bear
T per sh fr her rihi ?
o Liberty, inspire
tur cart with patriot fire,
A oil rail U avaginj host tram hill ami Taib-y
Oar bietding country sare,
tier ancient banner ware.
Till miinub ocih it starry fcMa shall rally.
Arise! thy country calls thew
I'y all ber (arrrd story
Slruh on, and welruane death
IVbrre Freda lead tn glory.
Lutin-itle Jour Hal.
ftHLItflEI) WEEKLV HI'
IIK.XUV M. WlllTXKV.
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TO" All aarrrlirrala Myalr ia siaarrirI
1 Hr. S sri-. 1 m.
Fleeljaes S 40 $1 00 gl.aa
TrnUne.. 1 00 1 60 J UO
Fifteen Lines.... ita 3 H J.ftO
Twpirtr lli'i... ; 2 50 t'lO
I Thirty Ij.i.h. . . . 3 tn 4 W 4 !
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S'.tps a.! fs , (n-.t rxcrfdinr Iillin.-j'jiaor,) ftrt lnertioo.il IW
Kadi uhequrnl insertion ..fcOcts
QrmmLt Acrriiai will be charred at the feitawtar rates
piyahle at the end of each quarter t
For one )Ure. the space of SO lines.) per quarter... $ 00
For one-fi ur"h of a coiuinn. per quarter......... ...... f 11 0
Fur one-half f a CvJnnin, rr quarter. ............... J" 00
For a whole columu, ier quarter ..(31 4)
HONOLULU, UAWAIIxVX ISLANDS, JAXUAliY 2, 1SG-2.
( SIX DOLLARS PER
I VOfu. VI.
A XX I'M.
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A II :rli.rJ paper retn-trks : la reply to great
anany vt bur exuhuoges a bo bate the question at the
beat! of their Irading ouluiuns,
- ay, !-- thiil :ar-!ianlel Banner yrt ware,
Vrr tin land of the free and the home of the lare r '
ft a-uli t.ij, that op to dale it dues."
T!kin with the editor of a evening journal
ii lj enqoired : "Wbai'l the use of jcur secotid
eoita. cwiuio m it Uvea o souu fier the regular
- Crav." replied the candid editor, Why, to con
tradict the televn-aphij dinpaichea io tbe first edi
tiua !' Quilp caved iocoutiueotl, aud cunieaecd
tbat he sue it.
Sx-ne, a corn field; tnen with boes; time, eleven
o cluck a. n. . toter Pqaire, the owoer of the field
tine of the men speaks : Squire, it's eleven o'clock.
yo ! we are all thirsty ! aod the fecripture Bays,
" II an thirst, let hiiu oooie anJ Urink." Squire.
" Aye, Lut ibe Scripture also says, Hoe, every one
mat ibiissiia. '
Dos'T orr PiscocKAflCD. Dun't get discouraged !
Who ever gained aojlbiag by drawing down tbe
corners of his otoatb wha a cloud caoe over tbe son,
or letting k'aj heart drop like a lead weight into his
snes when nnfurtuoe came upon hint ? V by, niao.
it tbe Worn fcoocks yoa down and juMles po you in
tbe great race, don't set whining under people's feet,
bat get usv rob Tour eltows. and begin again.
There are sotne people whom even to look at is worse
than a tltae of camomile tea. n bat if you do bap
pen to be a tit tie panled aa tbe dollar-and-cent que,
tioo? others besides you have stood inexactly tbe
ass spo?. au4 atrureie-I bravely oat of if, and you
caa do 'ikewkte ! Tbe weather nay be durk and
laiay very well Liugh between tbe drops, and
think eheerily of the blue ky and sunshine that will
sure y come to-umrrow. Isusinrsa may be dull t
make the test of what yoa have, and lotK forwark to
sontethiux more bopefuL If you catch a fa.l. don't
lament ovr your bruises, but be thankful that to
bine are broken.
Moirt.BX DicTtoxABT. Wedded Bliss A term
trs -d by Milton.
Water A transpar.-nt fluid once used as a drink.
Ilonesiy an excellent j,ke.
Rural r'elicity Potatoes and turnips.
ljotist A person who finds work for bis own teeth
by taking out those of other people.
My Ltear An exprrsauu used by man and wife at
the c -luDjenceiueDt of a quarrel.
Doctor A man who kills you to-day to save you
from dying to-morrow.
Bara u A ludicrous transaction, each party
think. Lg he b is cheated tbe other.
Friebd A person who will not assist yoa because
be knows yoar love for him will excuse it.
Editor A poor wretch, who empties his Iraiu in
order to fill his slum tch.
Jury Twelve prisouers in a box lo try one at the
Mule's Evidence A wretch who is pardoned for
be'.ng br than h i comrades.
JIode-iy A beautilel flower tbat flourishes only in
secret tl tee.
Lawyer A 1 rimed gentleman, who rescues you
este irwm an. enemy-aaj krv'S it himself.
fJmve Aa ugly hole in the ground, which lovers
tn p-t are continually wishing they were io, but
t .ke udcvupwd paios 10 been out of.
Marriage The gtie through which tbe happy
lover la-s bis eocbantet regioua and returns to
DtMib An ill-bred fellow, who visits people at all
eis.ii. an i msuts upon tbtir ioimcd tartly te'aru
ia hi CiII-
Virtne An awkward habit of acting d.fferently
f.otn other people. It create great mirth iu most
f tahiomtble circles. A vulgar word.
Honor Shooting a friend through the head whom
jvu loe, ia order to gain the praise of a few others
w burn ou despise.
Dial tat IHiioni Pe ple who imagine thry have a
c' t rob yoa if you if you are rich, aud lo insult
J jit if you are por.
Belie A beautiful, but useless insect without
wing, whooe colors fade on being removed from tbe
Heart A rare article, sometimes found in human
being'. It i un. however, destroyed by commerce
w.th the worU. or ewe beeomrs fatal to its pctesor.
ll'Q!eife:y An aucient art, said to have been
f iK-tuble among young girls and wive ; no
nre'y 0'it of use, or practiced only by .the lower
Lunatic Asylum kind of hopita!; where detected
la lane are sent by those who have bad tfce adroit
& to cuuceal their own iafirmiry.
La'iichtir An agreeable and contagious convulsion
of tbe human countenance on reoeiving a tailor's bill.
or beieg afked to return an smbrella. .
Cigar A slender, yellow, speckled tube, formed f
the dried and folded leaves of wonderful plant di-
eovere'l by Rtleigh. When women turn false, and
men sellih; when yoar creditor duns yoa like a fiend,
and your debtor takes tbe act; when the future locks
dark, and the present dreary, by the fragrance of
thts instrument, extracted by means of 6 re, you are
for a brief period rendered insensible to every sorrow,
and luled into dreams more entertaining than those
of alee p.
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TJ. S. Marine HospitaL
Corner of Ho:icl.t.wl bii.I Ifereiania Street.
PkuMieian, Dr. K. W. De V in. Purer fur, T. T. Douglierty.
Parific Com'riit Adt trlisrr. Merchant t, soath of P'Wt-t-XHce.
Polynrminn, (J .vrri.miit.) M.-rciint t., north f Post-UUice.
LatHoiic Minium, Fort stret, neur IK-rtrtauia trt.
Foreign Hepresentatives Diplomatic.
F ranee, ronul. Con.niiinY and Pl-nitriiliary, K. Perrin.
L'nittd Stall t, C'oramiHimCT, ILn. TI.-. J. Dryrr.
Znyland, AcUng Couiuii.'ucMT and Con.ul-ticn., W. L. Gretn.
United State, A. V. CaldaeU, ll-mitlulu.
i'.MMirl U'liir, lthniua.
" Thomas Millrr, 11 Oo.
Peru, i. C. alriin);, llouolulu.
Sweden and .oruray, llt-iirv II irk fi I I, flonolulu.
Hrr.nen and l.ubrrk, J. l. M ickt., Honolulu.
Chile. D. C. Wale. ninu, Acting Consul, llouolulu.
ttuttia, f. A. S:lmefrr. IhiiirWuln.
Uenmark, Tiwlof- C. llru k. Iloiinlulu.
Ilnnoter, llrrmau Von II.. It. lii.fiolulu.
Hnmbur.j. Thnlre C. II rock, U.xii4ula.
PrutMia, F. A. N-liaefiT. lion.. lulu.
Otdtntiurj, Flurcns Staiienhorsl, Honolulu.
Ult. J. MOTT SMITH,
OlBee corm-r of Fort and Hotel Streets.
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Birth of II'-r Muj.-tr tie Qmi-n '
Birth U Hi AUjesty the Kuii(.
Mirth of the Prince of Hawaii
Il -Murnti .il of the ILiwaiian r"!air.
Recognition of Hawaiian lnli-ieiidence
Birth of the tueen of tireat liriiain...
Fcle Kapuleou .............................
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S t :io 31 . .1
Being the 8ih Vesr cf the Reign of Karoehameha IV.
, J.inn.iry 2
. .. . No'in'K..r "is
- August 15
'1Iim for tlio Your 1KJ3.
1 laisu tii- Yraa l6i thkhk will b rivie Kn.ipsij thkek
r Tim M s uu to or rna Moon.
A total Ei'liineof thf M nhi. in June, et'eniiiit of the 11th
and moruitiz i f the 1 Jih vi.il.le in lluuohilu at Tit.
17m.. end tfh. 2Tm.
A mrtial KcliM; of the s'un, June 27th ; visible to the
tJreat Southern tice.in.
A partuil FXipse of the iSun. Nnvtmbtr 2il ; visible to a
mall Hirtiii of the (iret Suthem Uccau, above the
arullrl ,j cos.
A total U;li.e of the Moon, in December. evrniiiR the 5th
an.) moriiini; or the 0th ; visible ill Uounlulu at 7h.
13m.. rrvi llli. 3m.
A partial lrliienf ihe Sun. December 2!st visible to
the greater portion of Asia. j
IIOFF.MAX.V, M. I.,
Physician and Surg-eon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 20. -ly
Drjcllinas an- Vital if slate.
Notary Public, UiBoe at the Court House, up stairs. 272-ly
J. Y. AI.'STIX,
ATTORN" EV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post OlUce. 2'57-ly
II. HACKFF.LI) V CO.
Uneral Commission Agents, II joolul n,
Oahu, 9. I. 267-ly
C'HAS. F. tJUILLOU, M. I ,
Late Surgeon lnit-l States Navy, late Consular Physician to
American seamen and general practitioner.
OfCce corner Kaahumanu ami Mercliai t streets, and residence
at lr. Ho.nl 31ausin, Hotel treit.
Meil.c.il and Surgical advice iu English, French, Spanish, and
Olhce hours from 11 a. u. to 2 r. M.t at oilier hours inquire a
his reniilence. 2ti7-ly
II. ST.YNfJ MN'WALl), 31. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City IMspensary Physician, memer of the
Melio Chirur-ical College and of the Pathological Society
cf New York.
OlBc- at Ir. JmM's rrue Store, on Fort Street. Residenee in
Nuu.uiU Valley, ioite that of FX O. Hall. Ls. 277-ly
It. F. SNOW,
l.MPOUTEa AND DEAL Kit IN QENKKAL MERCHANDISE,
llouolulu, Oahu. II. I. 207-1 y
Statistics Relating to the Sandwich Islands.
n MAjr-fTT Al.KXtsnia Lim.i.inii, K AM FII AM KHA IV.
B'n February W, lli. Ascemled the Throne December
15. 1H4. Marneil June 19. ptoti.
II sa Mijurr t.MMA. lba Janoary 2, lld.
Ilia Kutil lln.usfcjoj tuk i'Kl.M OF HAWAII. Born
.May 20. ISM.
A'aaia Asi, (Premier) the PicixrKM VimiKIA KaKAMALC
Kaauiaiaxi', tiler tu Hi 4 Majesty. Boru Novcmla-r 1,
Cmm.indrr-in Chief. II. IL II. Pi. Lot Kakrhamkha,
Brother to His Slaj-sty. ii-TU December 11,
Prly Council of State.
Thkib MAJmrriiv, Ihe KINO and QUEEN.
Their L-jcetltnettm, Ihe Ministers. .
the Uoveruor nt Oaho, Kauai anil Maui.
Iter Exceleney, the tioeernes of Hawaii.
Him ihemar, the fbaneell'ir of the KilifluUl.
Their llinnrm. Judges KolM-rtson and Ii.
Ho. Webster. C. tl. Hopkins, C. K. Bishop. J. Kapaakea,
C. Kanaina, Daiil Kalakaua, L. Andrews.
Secretary, L. Andre vs.
Minister of Fotei,n helatinn: Hi Excellency R. C.Wyllie.
MimLHtrr of the Interior, His Kxcellency I Kamehaiueha.
Hmuttr of f inance. His rxcellcnt-y David L. irr;g,
Board of Education.
Artina Pretident, His K.tcell-ncy M. Kekuanaoa.
Total G.060 2.718 C7.0S4 69.SO0
Tub C'lVgKSMf.NT is a Constitutional Monurchr. with a here
ditary hint: and House of Nobles, and a House of Uepreseula
fives eh-ctcd biennially by the itonlc. Kkvkmk. aucontinic to
last report, s-j-js.ouu er annum ; raied from foreign commerce
and biteinal taxes alHMit one-third from the former, and the
reiilue frm iiili-rual sources.
Population Census ltvCO.
Foreign. Native. Total.
15. 'JO ltf.4oO
AV. X. LAUD,
Imiortcr and IK-iler in IlBnwARr, CrrLKRT, Meoba!ic3'
Tihilm and Aoaicri-TritaL Imilmkst, Fortfstrei-t. Hono
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
uorernment House. -o.-ly
J. S. WALKER,
Smrri.su and Com. Silos Aukxct,
Corner (tnrru n nil Kaahumauu al reels.
HONOLULU, H. I.
n i i i
ALE AND PORTER,
II. AV. SEVKKAXCE,
AXD COMMISSION MERCJIANT,
Will continue business at the old stand on Queen street.
J. II. COLE,
(.srct-icasos to a. p. vvkhiltt.)
At his late rooms. Queen Street.
C. II. LEWKHS,
Lumber and building: materials, Fort St. Honolulu.
II. AV. SEVERANCE,
Ship Chandler aud Commission Merchant, Honolulu, S. I
Captain B. P. Ssow, - IlonoluiU.
Messrs. 1. C. Watkmas k (.'o., - "
MiluiimK HirM, - New London.
McRi'Kit A Mkrrill, - - San Francisco
Swift A: Allkm, - - New Bedford
Hksrt A. Pkirck, - - Boston.
II. W. SEVERANCE will continue the Ship Chandlery and
Commission Business at the Old Stand. Every description of
Ship Chandlery and Merchandise required by Shippiup. will be
kept on hand and for sale at low nttes. 'JoS-iy
TO HE LET!
THE I.AKUK AM CO I .MOD IOCS
:' TiUE on Kaahum.tnu street, recently occupied by
Jii tbe Ute J. F. t olburn. Apply to
2tfl-4t J. W. AUSTIN.
BENNETT 6c M'KENNEY,
j boot and Shoe makerSj
TO LET !
Sk OV ALA K El STKKKT. TWO COX.
', yi'i venieiit cuitain-s with yuni room, ami aaterpipe laid
Vl 1 ou, at a reasonable rent.
291-lm II. I1ACKFKLD CO.
A IVnant Wauled.
FOR TIIK KOGKKS 1IOI SK. Water will
l-t itn avinl tH ill la- iiUt in thiri)Uiri r ii.-ir
LJL u. p. judo.
Honolulu. Nor. 21.1 SOI. 2S7-3ra Uuarlian.
Nuuanu St., west side, nIk vc Hotel St.
Orders tuirusteil to us aill he atunded to with m-atnes
and iliu h. 26 ly
CBAS. H. LIST.
WER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
llouolulu, Oahu, II. I.
JnHX. M. HiHn, q.
JiKKS 111 Sb FLL, K..
Charles IIkkwkk, Esq.
li. A. Pkihok, fcsi ,
Mrsks. McUi kk a: Mkkkii i., (
Cllas. Wol.corr Usooks. Esq., )
Mks.-R.S. Wm. PrsTAi- & Co
Mk'SSRS. PkKLK, IllBDkLL & Co.
, . . Boston.
a Ia ii b: x v is i: w n i Ta Ia
Goorp;e Ar . Macy,
NEW SHOEMAKER'S SKGP!
. TIIK IMIKKMUXEI) Will I.I) UES
I pevtfidiy inform l fnttnls and the public, that he
fvj has aain established himself as a ltool and Shoe
wwi maker, one d.r North-West of the Dry U.ls St.re,
on Hotel Street, where he Ih(-s to m- ril a share of public utt
ronace. UEOKUK t'l.AKK.
P. S Mrs. C. will e:i off Uie camxs in the dry gvxlssw. at
a very creat re. 1 union ot prices. (iMSm) U. C.
G-XJ1V Sl I TIT.
TIIK CIEKSH;NKI UEbS LEAVE
t. state, that he has taken the shop brmerly ixvupitxt
by O. SMers, and is ready to execu:e all orders in
his line withueatness aud dispatt-li.
I'. S. Particularattentiou paid to ivpMring Sewing Machines
JAMES A HOPPER,
2S5-ly Kaahumanu street.
TERMS QUICK !
SMAU PROFITS 11
S T OR
JOII X I'O.M EKOV. t-ARlE TKH A NO
Cabinet Maker, Ikks reectrully to iuform tin inhal it-
an's of Honolulu and virimty, that havme oeneil
shop in the almve line, near the corner of Nuuanu and
Chaplain Streets, he is now preL - red to do all such work with
nentness and disiuitch and hi ereatly reduced prices.
Ji bbine done, furniture maile and rel::ired- Collins made to
' onler, )aier haiiciiipg, etc., at reasonable raits.
I All work done by me warranted.
I P.rson wishins to disnose of furniture liv lirivate sale, will
n ui con.inuc me uin-rui .nerc.iaiKiise ani ciuppin ousiness j 0 vei to icire me a call.
at the above port, wh-re they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated hawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
cru.ts as arc requireo by wbule ships at the shortest iittice,
and on the most reasonable terms. 267-ly
DUDLEY C. BATES,
COMMISSION M F. II C II A X T ,
Jlrrchanl Street. Ilaualulu.
Agent for the sale of Sugar and Molasses from Titcomb's Plan
Agent for the New England Roofing and Manufactuiinir Com
Dealer ia General Merchandise, hlani Proluce,
t)-c, and Commission Jlferchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of coimIs required ny sni and otuers. ihe
highest price piveu for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
Hilo, February 3. 1S61. 246-ly
I"r The smallest favors thankfully received. 2S5-Jm
(JEO K KE T II O IR A S ,
3VT . o ax .
IVOl'LII CALL TUB ATTENTION OP
V the public to his stock of matei-tnls,c iuisling of
Havi'utian and American Lime.
I'luster of Paris,
Composition nntl f travel RoofuiR.
TRY WOllKii rvpaireil at lowest rate. COM POSITION and
GRVVKL ROOFINO nut on buildings and warranted tiirht.
XT Onlers to be left at the Lime House, on KING ST REIT,
or with P. U. Jo its, at Messrs. Ku-lianls & Co. 282 ly
fir.! II .- --. :1 -T?i
iv ijnrrss, alirau
of tlie flails
JUIIN TII03I AS WATEIIIIOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General Jlcrcliundise, Honolulu, II.
JHrertort. II. K.
K. 11. Allen.
II. Prince L. Kamehameba and Honorable
THE ON'LV DEPOT WHERE MEIERS'
BI TTER IS SOLD.
Froli 3Io!okai Cutter!
MFaYERS DAIRY !
Regularly receive! easslaally far aale ty
2S04ui J- STEW A RD, Grocer, Hofrl street.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE. VOL. S
bnand. can be bad at onr counter Price S OO.
AGRICULTURAL IJIPLEJIEATS !
A LARGE A5D VARIED ASSORTMENT
t,f Aa-ricitUtiral ImplcsBenu of sll kinds oa hand and con
stantly arriving, for sale oo Ibe most reaioabie term, and at
the lowest city price.
L D. ARTHUR At 30V, Tnporters and TValers,
Sa Cor. Was ins' i Pari gt.. gaa Francawa.
SAY FILl.YflSfO 0RDAfiE FACTORY.
CORDAGE OF EVERT SIZE MAXCFiC
Tl'RED to rirder. Constantly on hand, a Urre a
sortBsentor M A.VILA A.VD HEMP HOPE, (all sises). Bale
Kan. Tow Line, Oak an. A., foe sale by TU BBS it CO.,
220-1 139. Front Street. San Francisco.
Cot rrnor of Oiln, His Excellency M. Kekuanaoa. Residence,
Ilo.ioluiu. near the Court House.
Uovrrmor of Maui, 111 Excellenc y P. Nahaolelua. Residence,
Corerwets of Hawaii. Her Excellency R. Keelikolani. Resi
dence, Hilo, Hawaii.
Cotrrnor of Hanoi, His Excellency Paul Kanoa. Ilesidence,
Marthal of lliwaiuin Island, V.'. C. Parke, Esq.
Sheriff" of Onhm. Jmu IL Brown, Esq.
of Hawaii, J. II. Coney. Ijmi. -
of Maui, f. II. Treadaay. t-q.
of Haunt, II. A. V hleniam . Kl-
CoHectnr-lieneral of Cumtomn, VV irren Ooolale, Eq.
Superintendent of Public Work, R. A. S. Vtood, Esq.
Potmater-tienrral, A. K. t'trk. Esq.
Keitulear of Conve uitur.e, Thonut Urown. Eq.
Il'irbor-Max'rr of Honolulu, Cap; II J. II lloblsworth.
Pilot in Honolulu, Captain II. r. Ilowland, O. 11. Luce,
J. Meek, W. Babovk, Acting do., 3. James.
Chief Justice, Hon. E. II. Allen.
ltf Associate Judje, Hon. u. M. Robertson.
2f ll-i John li.
Is Circuit, OiAm. II hi. S. Ka-na and R. Muffit,
il Maui. Hoi. F. V. Ilu:chiiis.ii.
;f Hawaii, II m. H. I. Austin, James Wight and
II. U ehekt -o.
47 " A'auai, Ilon.J. lUnly.
C. 11 II EWER 2d,
General Merchant and Agent for tbe sale of the products of the
Brewer Plantation. 270-ly
H. VUS UOLT.
Von IIOLTsV IIEITCK,
Oeneral Commission Merrhants. Honolulu. Onho, 8. I.
TH. C. HKCCK.
ALEX. J. CAIITWRKUIT,
Commission Merchant and Oeneral Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. 207-ly
C.EORfJE a. IIOVt'E,
Lumber Merchant Yard on CoraT llorfs S41-ARK, New Es
" His Ex. K. C. Wriut,
II. F. Ssow, Esq.,
O. A. Williams It Co.,
ClIA.-t. BaKWKK, Esq.,
WllXuX, RKHAHD4 X. Co.,
iMxiixn A: Sos,
l itos. Si'Kxi KR. Esq.,
11. Dickinson, Esq.,
B. Pitman, Usq.,
McKckr i Mkrhill,
C. W. Bhihiks A: Co.,
G. T. LiVTusi, Esq.,
ToniN, Bhos. Ax Co., .
La ha ina.
J. C. SPALDINC,
Importer and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S.
Nkpti-nk Ins. Co- Bostou. Boston Ins. Co.,
Washisutoji " 44
Eqt'lTAKLK Safktt In.s. Co.,
Salui Marinb 1.1s. Co.,
S. E. -Mitcal Int.
LlVKhf ONE WHO WISHES T O KE
fl.J ceive ihe latest Eastern American aud European new
should take one of the California Weeklies. Arrangenie nts hav
been compleletl, by which ihe
S. F. Rullfliu, nnd
(weekly lssn,) will he rcpularly reeeivel ly packets direct, and
can he supplied at Eiciit Dollars ( 00; a year, from my news
depot Copies can lie furnist eil at any time. All these are
mammoth double sheet weeklies, well worth the price.
I T These California paers are received by special Express
arrangement, and no expense or efforts will be spared to
furnish regular subscribert with them sooner than can be had
throuirh any other source. Apply to
275-2m II. M. WniTNEY.
Carpenter, Builder and Undertaker!
rilHR UNDERSIGNED KEGS LEAVE rr
a peettulty to inf.irm his friends and the public frenerally,
that having recently enlarged hlf. pretnisi'S, he Is now prepared
to do all work in the above line, with dispatch and iu a work
Koa and Pine Collins always on hand.
Jobbing done on reasonable terms.
11 KN RY ALLEN. Fort st ,
Opimsite the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Clisirts o. tUc S. I.
JUST RECEIVED FROM WASHINGTON'
a few copies of the fine
Chart of the Sandwich Islands,
prepared by order nf the I". S. Oorernnjent, to accompany the
tl tMirt of Wilkes Exploring Exiiediiiou. These Charts are
considered tl.e most correct surveys ever made of our group.
and a few copies have lieen expressly printed on heavy map
pier, for sale in Honolulu. Every resident, and also those en
gaged 111 the Coasting Trade, should sissess a copy.
C.--"l-':i';v'S NEW AND SECOND--J"."'
'Sa H"1""! Furt:iture of every description,
fctj --'--'ij cotisuutly ou baud, aud lor sale at
Second-hand Furniture Bought
II. ALLCXV? CARI'CaNTER SI. OP,
Fort St., opos1te A. D. Cartwright'a Feed Store.
TP KOA DURE A ITS always on hand. 2Si-a-.a
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
Will be Suspended from the Front
BV TIf E KRIT1SH CLIPPER BARK
m-i . f v t
Boiler Plate, .
' etc., See., &c, cbc.
2S-3m J A.N ION, GREEN A CO.
CBOP 1861. '
From the BREWER PLANTATION,
Now coming in, and for sale by
Honolulu, July 1. 1A61. 27u-m
C. BREWER a-j
E. O. II ALL.
Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general MiTchandiae, corner of Fort and King streets 2d7-ly
janion. ;reen a 'o.,
Commission Merchants Fill-Proof Buildicgs. Queeu street.
Honolulu, April 1, liii). 207-ly
UTAI Jt A II EE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko. at Papnkoa, and Iwo
ut Pubs Hilo ; Iinorler and Wholesale aud Retail Incit
ers in China ibiods ; have on ban. I, for sale, at their estab
ments on King street, Honolulu, ami ai Liihaiiia, .Vaui
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Cullee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise
II'Hiolulii, Auzust li, llo7. 271-ly
Ti.M or St ratus Corar. Siuting at Hsnolulu, first Monday
iu Jan.iarr. April. July a-xl b-ior-r.
T(a or CiaiTir C.rT. lt Circuit, (Oahu ) first
of A u:ru -t ; 21 innit, (Maui.) seewtd l'uesl
arvl soea. Tues.1 iy of .K-ceni-r : 3.1 ireort
M Tue.Uv of 'iKef i'irr ; 4U Circuit, (Kauai.) first
Tues.1 iy ul May.
Board of Health.
President, II. R. II. Prince I. Knmrb.ro ha.
Members, W. C, larke. K. McKibbin, Jr., ii. 1., W. Hille-
brAtwl, M. I"-. J. I. l.rtt.
Port Physician at Honoltlu, 9. P. Ford. M. D.
Agricultural Society Royal Hawaiian.
President, J. Montg-mtcry. Sec, W. IMkbrand.
Aiericultural Soe.ety Native Hawaiian.
President, His laj KameSnmeha IV. See-, S. P. Kalaina.
Sailors Home Society.
President, S. N. Castle. Sr.--, Dr. J. M.1 Smith.
Strangers' Friend Society.
President, Mrs. S. C. tosi. Sre Mrs. L. milb.
Ijadiea Benevolent Society of Fort St. Church.
President, .Mrs. K. W. CUrk. Sec-, Mr. W. White.
Treasurer, Mu-s lleb n 0. Ju.bl.
Mechanics' Benefit Union.
President, W. B. V right- See-, G. C. McLean.
Hawaiian Missionary Society.
President. Rev. S. C. Ibunon. t or. .See- Rev. L. Smith.
Recording Secretary, Kev.
VV. A. ALDUICII,
I Importer anil lValer In General Merchnndi-; Commission
Airent for the Sae orMlc.ir. .Molasses and 1 once, aim otner
Island Produce. Agenl for the Lmrs and Mm ur Plan
TATtovs. Consignments of all kind of Island Produce
solicited. Orders for Merchandise promptly attended to.
ItOLLES At CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ib-al"rs In
idise, Lihatiia, Maui. Whalers fm Isheil
the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
Messrs. W.m. Thwinu, k Co., -A.
A. r si.m, Ksq.,
J. A. Ct NN1NI.IIA1I, EMI)..
J. SPALDISO, KciQ.,
Messrs. I'nt i.a, lit rhkll & Co.,
" Fkazkb A; Co.,
C. W. Brooks fc Co., -A.
P. Evirktt. Esq., -Messrs.
J. Jurrm r At Cik,
R. It. ItT.lSol, K-iQ., -J.
C. MoNTKRO, - - - -
Mestrs. Kxssm L Ac Co.,
XT Store iu Robinson if Co.'s Fire Proof Block.
st Tuesday 1 h'P Chandb-rs and
y id June 1 tleneral Mrrehan.
, (Hawaii.) lh recruits at th
Dealer in Prj and Fancy 5-i.ols. Hotel Street, between Nuu
aiu aud Mau.us Kea streets. 2i7-ly
IIONOLIJI.U ST K A 31 FLOUR 3IILL Co.
Proprietors. G. P. TCFD, S. SAVIIHJK, and C. II. LEWEKS
3IELCIIERS & CO.,
Iiiiporerw mill CoiiamiNsiion
STONE STORE, KAAIIISIANC ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
AGENTS FOR THE
HAnrRr.n-BRRKV Fisk Insi ranck Co.
Pionkfr Fmicr Mills. San Francisco.,
Sale of Assui'T a K:illAKlr's Salt l i- cr.
Sale of Sioak, Molasks and Othkr Hawaiian Produce.
Conignments respectfully solicitel. and all orders from the
otlti-r islamls and abroad, pronptly executtii.
GrsTAV C. Mkh-iikr-s, J. D. Wirxit, F". A. SrntErKU,
Children's Toy Books, Stationery
FOR SALE BV
HENRY M. WHITNEY,
OZAN'S COLORED Jl'V
Lulu Tales, pictorial, colored.
The Te icher's Token, pictorial, colored.
Dame Woniler's Series, pictorial, colored.
I'icture Reward Can Is, colored.
llewett!i Ilfuminateil Household Sbries, colored.
Old .Motlier Hubbard ou linen, colored,
Mother Goose, on linen, colored, and
A Tew of
LE.VA.VS COMMERCIAL, and RHOADkVP ALB ATA
T K T S ,
The very best steel pen manufactured.
A fear very suix rior
V L U TJ M JS
Very superior style
In liook form
T avi 1 'm Carmine Inlc !
MC'SIC PAPER ASH BLA.VK HOOKS,
Letter, Cap and Note l'aiier, in great variety, and a complete
assortment of O.fice Stationery. 257-ltu
G. P. Jrnn. Purchasing A rent.
S. Strilx;:. Seeing A rent.
C. II Lit ra. Treas-irer.
1 VV. CUrk.
Hawaiian Bible and Tract Society.
Pretident, Rev. K. Corwin. Sec, Rev. F W. Clark.
Iswate-I at Punahou. two miles East of Honolulu
President, C. T. .Mills. Professor, W. D. Alexander.
Treasurer, S. . Castle, Esq.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale lVaK-rs in Fashionable Ll'ihing,
Hau. Caps, Buna's and Shists, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnihinit Goo.ls. Store, formerly occu
pied by W. A. AH rich, Esq., in Makee's Block. Q'leen
Street, llouolulu. Oahu. 27S-ly
THAs. a. stsnor. a. aldrjch.
IIISIIOP At CO.,
Bankers. OiHce in the east corner of "Mikee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street. HsMululu.
Draw Bill of Exchang" on
Messrs. Grixnrll, Mixttb Co., New York.
IlKNar A. l"irRCK. Esq., - Boston.
Msrs. Moboax, Stonb A: Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive deons.t. discount Hist-cUs business paper, and
attend to collenine, eic. 267-ly
At the Foot of Punchbowl HilL
President, His Majesty the Kins. Arc. Jame W. Austin.
Treasurer, C. R- Bishop. Phynirian, VV. Hiilebrand, M. D.
Oahu Cemetery Association.
President, A. B. Bate. rice-President. amuel Savidge.
Treasurer, W. Ladd.
K L . CASTLB. 4XII9.S.COUII.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Importers and Whobnale and Retail dealer in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of Kini and School
s're-U. near the lar-.-e Stone Church. AIo at the New
Fin proof Store in King street. rrx.sie the Seamen's Cha-p-
l. Agents for DR. JAY3ES MEVICIMES.
j 3IcCOLC:.VN & C A .11 PDEI-L,
I MERCHANT TAILORS, n Fort Street, next door to Odd
! Fellows' Hall, between Kins- and Hotel street.
I Cloth. Cassiroeres and Vesting, always on hand, and cloth
j ing maile up in the best style. 23!-ly
Dealer In Oeneral Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
I with recruit at the slionest notice, on reasonable terms
1 Bills of exchange wanted. 2t7-ly
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Ch-sndlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Ke-p constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, fur the supply of V balers and Merchant
A RENTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
Monoliihi Soap Works !
W- J- RAWLINS.
rilHE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
I considerable impnivenieuts in the alnive Establishment,
hep, leave to announce to his Customers an-l the Public in
general, tliat he is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal, iT not superior to the liest imported.
YT Onlers from the other Island punctually attended to.
N. B. SOAP GREAE WANTED. 24-ly
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Usrk "Csmrt." Capt. John I'aty.
.. . SM-etlvrll. Capb Jnn. Smith.
Vunkrr." Capt. G. W. Clnvtan.
One of the above vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or ofiener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the alove vessels hare superior accommodations for J
Passengers, for whom every comfort will be alTorded.
Thnjugh Bills Lading, will he given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise 10 New York or Boston, the freight beiinr reshipicd at San
Francisco, on board first class clippers without extra expense
Shipers can also procure at Boston or New York, through
Bills lading, f r freight shipped vi San Francisco, of Messrs.
Hidden A: Williams, Boston anil Messrs. W. T. Coleman Co..
New York. Messrs. Vlcituer 4 Merrill, Agents for Regular
Dispatch Line, at Saa Francisco. i-l-im.
rfVHE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
JL by different arrivals, the following assortment of Mation
ery, to which he would respectfully call attention-.
Setts fine acct books, from 1 to Round and flat papef weights,
0 quires, .Enameled pajiers, asstd colors,
A splendid assortment of mem- Gobi balance for American coin,
oranda books and tablets, Portfolios, with if without locks,
Tuck mem books. every variety, Bankers' cases and wallets of
Log books, all sixes, i all sixes and Variety,
Rul-d and unruled cap paper. Pencil leads, slate pencils.
letter paper, Sealing wax. several varieties.
j Fancy, plain k rulcl note paper .Round and flat ebony and ma-
iiroa'l anu narrow oiu lh i, iun ia,
Ke.1 and white hl.rttin paper. I-tt-r clips bronxe, gilt ir board
IROISf WOHKS F
rivUE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
1 furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Machinery and Ninth's Work at the Shortest Notice and
NTEA3I Ei(.lES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
TT CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply of Anvils. Cart
Boxes, Forge Backs, Chaiu Stoppers, Sash Weights, Stove Plates
aud Linings, Dumb Bells, 4-c, Ac, A:c.
282-ly TilOMAS HUGHES
WM. H. WRIGHT,
imrOt'LI) RESPECTFl'LLV INFORM TUB
T pulilic that he is pn-pared to Manufacture
Turbine or nny other kind of Water Wheel,
and warrant then), at reasonable rates, Onlrrs for any kind o
solicited and promptly attended to.
Koloa, Oct. 10, 1S31. 2S2-ly
.f AIIiS LOCKWftOD,
MANCFACTCRER AND DEALER IN
ggj Tin. Sheet Iron Si topper Ware,
KAAHLMANC STREET, H1N0LULC, II. I.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumjis. Bathing Tubs, Foot
and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc ilo-itlnif, ami a
general assortment of Tin Ware, 4-c.
Ship Work executed with XrntnCM aid
C. I. WHaIaIA.TIS
Cabinet .llaker and Turner.
milK OLD ST A Ml, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
JB tlie corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, li E A D V MADE Fl'RNITl'RK, Km
Boanls. Joist and Plank: t Velar. IU.u k Walnut and Cherry
Boanls; llosewool and Mahoeany Vewering.
A larire assortment of Gil MouMinir, and l.irjre sixed Glass.
A variety of R'ickiiig, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and ma. to onler. 2ti7-ly
SALE. II V RCCENT ARRIVALS.THE
bowing choice aasoruiHiul of Groceries, at the store of lha
Ground black xpper,
Rasjila-rry J im,
t raunerry lam.
8trawlerry jam, fcc, ke.t tc,
8eet savory, .
Tin. water crackers.
Tins sugar crackers.
Tin. sodu CRickers,
Eit- I'sh ie fruits,
Whole do do.
G round cloves.
ft. C. soda,
Frh ruri-ants. in tins.
Tins butler crackers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins wine crackers.
Lugli.h must srd.
French mustard, Smokeii hams
Smoked herrings. Green own,
Best Oolong tea. Hop.
Crushed and loaf sugar. Soan, An
N. B. Fresh Island butter and ground coffee always on band
2o0-ly II. AtclKTYKK.
Rook and Job Printing.
JA3IES A. BCKDICK
IN REMOVING IIISBCSINESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Fplanade,
Fort street, takes this opi-ortuniiy of return
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
mtl.lie Tn eener:il for tbe siinnort and natron
c 1-- - - - ..... . -1 1 -- - .
asa a!re arhirh thev have been pleased to vTant
him I r tlie past ten years, and hoiea trwit by aitentioii to nusi
ness and pruitness in the execution of all onlers intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has tn hand for sale upwards cf 4 OOO bbl a. af Casks
of all sorts and sixes. 2-tO-ly
L Prore d r Oceanic, F. 4r A. M? II- H- M. Kameba-
meha IY., V. M. lsdge meets 00 rung nreei.
Hawaiian, o. 21. F. ir A. M B. F. Durham, M. LodSe j I. '. FLITNEU,
meet in Maker' l'l.-ck. Continues hi old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma
Excelsior. A. 1. I. O. of O. F. Lodce meeU in the Hall of .treet.
the Oild Fellows' BniMing. Fort Street. , Chronometers rated by observation, of the sun and star
Polynesian Encampment, jYo. 1. . O. of O. F. f'-e witn a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meet, in tlie Hall of O-e Cdd Fellows Buiklinir. Fort Street. ; saeridlan of Honolulu. Particular attetitl.m given to fine
Honolulu Roual Arch Chapter. R. G. Davis. II. P. Chapter 1 watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant classes silvered
an-l adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 2rt"-ly
soeet ia the UaU of Le Procrrs de rOoeanie" Lodge.
.......Board of. Agent, F.
A. J. Cartwright. '
R. C. Janioo. 1
M etchers ir Co.
J. C. SpaHmg.
II. HackfUd JtCo.
AonArn. i.rf Company.
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance,
Ration and Salem Underwriters,
e-aJifornia Mut. Mar. Insurance Co
Chief Ennineer. R. Gilliland.
. . . . . . wm ritinrsn.
1st sSXSIirMnl , -
- J . A. Jiopfter.
-on otuln" lo. 1, v . K. Autreti. roremai
Mechanic" Ao. 2. A. J. Vartwngnt, rorrniso.
" Pacific'" flo. 3, S. James, ron-man.
Hawaii Ho. 4. W. Webster.
- Protection" Hook ir Ladder Ao. 1. V. W. Vinoeol t. FoTetnan
Fire Warden, i. H. Brown, Geo. t,lirk, J. D. nraon-,.
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. !?h.- Findines, Pump. Sile, Riireing, Harness,
and Patrtit Leather. Calf. Goat. Hoe. and Buck Skint,
Trunks. Valises, S-nrrit.g Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
Ing, Brushes, n.isierT, kr. Ac. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort ami Merchant sta.. Honolulu. II. I. 2iV7-ly
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
TMIF. CNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Aeents for the above company, beg leave to
inform the the public, that they are now 1 repared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1V51. 274-6m
II. HACKFELD CO.
D. C. WATERMAN fc CO.,
COMMISSIOX M ERCHAyTS.
I'liivinl altrntion naid lo the intereKt of the Whalinr Fleet, bv
the furnishinc of fun. Is. uurciiase and sale of Exehanee. Oii. I
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Il.isiiyp. J.., k Co New Bedford
W. G. E. Pore, Esq., do.
Moi'iAX, Stoxb A; Co., San Frinc'is-o.
McRteb k Mkbbill, do 267-ly
F LOR ENS STAPENHORST,
Agent for the Bremen and Dn-sdeu Board of Underwriters- All
averajre claim, atrainst the said Underwriters, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
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 office,
nonn ulu Oct. 11.1S57.
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE. THE
sponsible for or pay any debts or hills whatever contracted io
his name wi-.hout liis written order. G. WII.Ui.LM.
Honolulu, Oct. 7, lt61. 2Sl-3m
Printed ami blank receipt books
Tin paper cutters.
Notarial seals, desk blotters.
Boxwood sand boxes.
Post oOice envelope paper
! I it-. I in nnncr
... 1 1 - 1 -,
Red lead pencils.
Drawing ' several kinds,
Letter copyine books.
Ink. black, blue, red. carmine,- Tissue paper of all colors.
copying and indelible. Physicians' visiting lists.
Steel pens, including Hunt's, Patent ink and pencil erasers,
ilinks. Wells, Uillots, Nos. Port monnaies. a variety,
10H, 303, and Barnard's vul- Invoice files. Morocco cigar cs,
canized pens, and a large van- Gummed labels, bill hooks,
ety of new styles,
Envelopes, a great variety.
Wafers, fancy and common.
Penholders, a great variety,
Boxes water colors.
Cs mathfmatica! instruments.
,'ards of every variety,
School copy books, many kinds,
:Carzo tionks printed.
Flat copying brvshes.
Nautical almanac. 1SG0-1
Ivor, ir cocoa banuled erasers, Thermometers of various sixes.
Red tape, .India rubber bands for filing
Linen and oftVe twine, j papers.
Ivory A-boxwood letters stamps. Boxwood ir metal wafer stands
Gummi-d lawyer's seals. -Vesta matches and boxes.
Splendid steel plate blank notes, and exchange,
Copier and gr.nliuni pens fr red ink,
Cohen's spring holders for music, coin trays and boxes,
Boxwood and glass screw top traveling ink stands.
Flat glas xnl .lrop top do, round, square and concave,
Hinired bill files, ready reference do.
Hudson's patent pen cleaner, red and black bottle wax,
Lipman's patent eyeleting machine and eyelets.
Dampening brushes, sheets oiled paper.
And a large assortment of articles of desk furniture, too numer
ous to particularize. fl97-3m) II. M. WHITNEY.
AND OTHERS CRUISING ON
copy of the Spanish
Primer, to be had at the Bookstore. I"rice go eft. 2S2-"ra
the Mexican Coant. should procure 1
Xsi uli 0:1 1
F'or sale by
n. M. WHITNET.
L 12 WIS A. XOKTOIY,
Coopers and Gangers.
Corner of Iletliel and Kin? Streets,
FORT STTWO DOORS BELOW DRWl'DD'S DRCO STORE,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO EX-
'm ecule all onlers in their tine promptly and at iT J
2332: reasonable rates. V
Thankful for past oatronare, they confidently rely upon their
old customers for a continuance d their favors, anil trust that
their endeavors to please, and extreme low rules of charges, will
insure to them a fair share of business in their line.
N. B. N rw and second hand casks and snooks always on
band, which they will sell at the lowest market rates. 241-ly
II A WA 1 1 A SOAP FACTORY !
AVING RECEIVED A LA RG E AND FULL
slock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the best Yellow, Br.wi naa
While SOAP. ALSO
01 T AT OIL SOAP,
In large small quantities to suit.
p. S. Soap crease always wanted. 4t79-ly
C GROCER'S CROWN STRAW WRAP.
X ping Paper.
Grocer's I iible Crown Wrappiue Paper.
lnjg?lst"s Manila Wrapping Psper,
or .ale low Ly
TV.IIE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ES
TABLISHMENT has recently add'-d to Its supply of rr.a-
chmerv. one of P.l GGLES' IMPROVED COMBINATION
PRINTING PRESSES, capable of printing one thousand sheets
per hour, designed fur small Jobs of any kind, but mors ex
pressly f. IT
ni x.xi- xzz:A.x)a(
which can now be executed in a style of unsarpassed ele
gance and beauty, on the finest of paper, and at lower prices
than the same ran be procured at San Francisco or Dy where els
in this ocean.
Vhe office is also supplied with one of the celebrated
capable of printing cards with a beauty bordering on perfection
which excited the unqualified admiration and amaxemeut of
both their Imperial Highnesses the Japanese Arobsasad'ir,
during their visit here in March last, who condescended to min
utely examine iu op-ration, and commanded their artist to
take sketches nf this ami onr other presses fur Ihe informal ion
of the Einpcror of Japan.
For Book-work, Pamphlets, Tracts, Newspapers, etc., etc., as
are also fumialied with one of
Adams' Imperial Book Presses.
on which the world -renowned Harper's Illuminated Pictorial "
Bible was printed, and which is capal4e of doing the bbc4
printing known. In this branch of our business we are prepared
to execute all work which msy be offered, in Hawaiian, Kir
lish, or any other language, ou the lowest terms.
For all other kinds of work, ordinary and extraordinary,
from tbe smallest drnreiat's labels lo the nost lengthy stale ap
pendices that may he isaued from the portfolio of the Foreign
Olfice, we have the idlest and most complete assortment of Prmt
ng Material, ever collected intbi. kingdom, and the beat work
men to te found anywhere in tlie Pacific Ocean.
To he brief, we have recently added, at considerable expense,
over fifty varieties of new type to our already extensive collec
tion, and a lar assortment of plain and fancy weddiaa, baii
nes. ball and other ear-1. and not paper, with choice cap,
bill-head, letter and other papers, of all sizes and colors, larx.
aod small, and are thus prepared, at the shortest notice a. id a
the lowest terms, to print soy thing aud everything that may tS
Bl SINKS.- CARD?,
BILLETS OF ALL KIND".
CIKCt I.AKrtOF KVKKY DESCRIPTION,
SHIP AND SCHOONER POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS AND BOOKS,
BY-LAWS AND CONSTITUTION.
ENVELOPE LETTER ADDRESSES.
20? tf LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC.,
FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
At Heaelala, OOtre af I. C. Walertuaa Ca
a; mriLL ATTEND TOTAKING OF DF.POSI-
V ' HONS, Acknowledgments, and all other Iastrknu-oU
of Writing to tc used in this Slate.
Honolulu, Dec. 3, ISbO.
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