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V O II 31 E It C I A I ADVERTISER,
fa Pabliahrd Krry Tharada; Mraia;.
Citt ad Lsiiso ScmunioJi, (4.00 a Yeas.
Xh siv-rir"frn pric f r all papers forwarded twforeisticoon-tri-.
is !) ffintitm, hu-h Includes the American an.1
llnln pmta. All ppTf.ir AuTican -r Kuroi-can port.,
mill h- I'n-t'-il tattr rta?e stamps ont!rm.
XT" StBVBiPTlossi PavabLB Alwat IS Adtiki.
XT ""jimni-Nsti jua fio all p..rTs of the Pacific will always
be erjr accs-pujolf.
i iiiii::a i u. imiivtixc offiii.
PLAIN' AXD FANCY
ISOOK AM .IOR PRINTING
- EII.L? OK EXftlANOF.
Tll.'HiriW. BILIF LAMS'l.
i. iiKn. coN?ri.a punk.
-IK l -f.A !:.. - BLANK lRr:rS.
AICTIOX r.11.1-. JIANK BILIS.
T VlsmXO. Bt ?!Xr-?S A X D A IIUK3 CARIo pnnl-tl
a Vankee Cart Pr . la tle highest ty!! of the art.
Soaj mC I he srs Ilralaaa.
Ob, pralc an' Links ! De Lord be OAe
To t de peopl tree ;
An' masa link It day ob doom.
An e ob jubilee.
IV Lot 1 dat neap de Red Sea wares
lie Just as trons as den.
He say ? word : we lat olzbt slaves :
To-day the Loci's frfiwn.
IV yam will stow, de cotton Mow,
Well hb de rtce an' corn :
Ob. tebber too ft ar, if nebber you hear
1t drirer blow bis born !
Ole snasss on he trabblrs (fine ;
He Irab de land bvhloJ :
IM Lord's breu Mow him furrier oo.
Like corn shock in de wind.
We owa de bne, we own the plow.
We own de hands dat hold t
Wc fell de pis;, we tell de cow.
Hot orner chile he sold.
Im yam will grow, de mton blow.
We'll hah de rice an com :
Oh, nebber you fear, if nebbf yoa hear
T; drirer blow Lis bom !
We pray de Lord : lie gib as signs
Dni some day he free ;
Ie Xorf-fa d trll it to de pines,
De wtid dock to de sea ;
We tink it when de rhur.-hell rinr.
We dream It in de dieara t
Ie riot-bird mean it when he sin;,
De eaW when he scream.
IV yam will stow, de cottor. blow,
Well hab de rice an com ;
Ob. n-bber y-a fc-ar. If Debtor yoa hear
De drirer blow his born !
We know the promise nebrr fail.
An neler lie Ai wonl ;
An, like de 'pnsil-s In de J ill.
We waitisi I r do Lord s
A nd now he open ebrry door.
An trow away de key ;
lie link we lab liim so before
We tub Him better free.
De yam will gmw, de cotton blow.
Hell K'b Ak rice an' corn t
So nether you fctr, if nebber yoa btsr
De drirrr bi w his horn !
Ia Lon Jon, ctKiI-whipper tesifiel that be and his
mlfe bt'l qu irrelleJ anj pirte-J f oritur mirr (ban
ftvij tint !
Night brings cot alar as sorrow shows us, trnths:
we can neser Kf l be stars liil wc can see little or
niogtii else i 1 thai it U with truth.
WaTTU Be milrn luilj, n local hsbitalion
nI a n-ime." 1 be rest estate she is not particular
about, sn that the title be good. Tbe name ebe wishes
to bitbJ ilvwn to pvairriij.
FUsel ibt if men shool.l rie from tbe dead
tn l res,' I their epitaphs, wine of them would think
tbe j bad got into tbe wrong grate.
Three thoosnnd rebel prisoners at Fort Donelson
base asked to be allowed tbeir arms and be enrolled
In the arm t tbe Union.
Tbo are tbe mosrt salnable thftt are the most
serviceable : and those are the greatest, not that hae
tbe most talents, bat that use tbuee the possess tbe
A cleraytuan. coow.Iing a joang whlow on the
death of ber bu?tand, remarkel that she could net
find bia equil. I dun't know about that, remarked
tbe sobbing (air one. Lut 111 try.
A green one who bad crossed tbe Atlantic, told a
story of tbe storm, when tbe rain poured down in
neb torrents that the ocean roee six inches.
"There's no mistake." fail he, "because tbe captain
kept a mark on tbe side of the vessel.
Tbe poor mechanic who performs Lis daitjr task to
provide Innl lor bis stite and little ones ; and contri
butes through his example and influence to mould
the popcsr mind to a noble comprehension of its
dignity, i fui&'linc his mission as foitblull as tbe
Liillionaire who counts bis f hoasands.
A good advertising medium is the life of trade,
o saul a sensible writer, ibe Met is uaiij tit-inon-st
rated, and thej that would suc7eeI have only to
avail themselves of it. Advertisements, however,
shcald b new. novel, freqnentty- cbtngei. timely
and continued. Tbia is a rock opon which many
have bailt op a business and a fortune.
Tbe Holy Spirit will work without the fire of Pro.
Utnee. in chining us into the tmsgw of Christ, jjst
in proportion as we look with oj-tn face to tbe Glory
of Christ, for the express purpose of imitating him.
Yes; let his glory change us from gWy to giory,"
and from one heavenly virtue on to another; and
whaieter ft nfotiuity to the ditiue image we gain by
this purjftin ptrcvjs of hoi j conten.pUtinn will les
sra ibe necessity for severe purifyiiig discipline.
Oh ! marry the man yoa love. girl, if you can
git him at all; if be in as rich as Cnce-u, or as
frmr as .h in bis till. L not marry lor ce'f, gir!s
. . - . .i. ti.i . i
-rwiil otinj Jfjr r.'U. Ji.io idti i; out marry tue man j
you love, g:il. if bis purse is ever so small. Oh ! i
never oirry a fp. g'rls. wbe'her be be little or tan;
he'll make a Im! of bm.seif and you. he knows
nothing e!l but to d.awl. Cut marry a sotsr man.
girls, there 'e few left en this t all; and you'll never
rue the d.ty lb it yuu eer mirrinl at alL
Hone A H ime ! It is the bright, birssed ador
able phantom which fits hi;l?rt on the sunny hori
Ca that a lornetii lite. Uhen shall it be renched ?
It is Oi l the hou-. though tint may have its charms;
nor the field jsreful'y tilled, an I .treake.1 with your
own fort paths ; n r yet is it the fire side with Us
c iy comfort; nor the books; but more than all the-e
it is the pre-ence. Th all tr of yuur confi lence is
taere; and adorniiix l all. and sending your bhioJ in
passionate flow, in the e-ta.y of the conviction that
there year err.. r will meet with gentle forgiveness;
taut there yon may nnburden jour soul. Icarle of
harsh, nnsynif :hix:g ears; and there you may
te entirely and j.jtully yourself.
JUST REGEiVED I
FA3IILV GHO(ErYFfEED STORE !
I rirrf fltin s.
Icr "Comet !J
rIIf.irDia Cream Cheese,
( aii(rnia Pilot Bread,
J -arty Und fUkr.
tov ked Be.C
No. I China Btrr,
30in A. D. CARTWKICnT.
Constantly on Unnd.
RECEIVF.D FROM MAUI AXD KAUAI,
on tbe premises of tbe aoderKirned, and for sale by
30H-3o vos HOLT at I1EVCK.
S. II. DOWSETT,
f .UV FKmRKUTOt'tRMilU KCILD
X Ins; Matcriai of every description at the lowest Market
Orders fnm the eoontry, and ntbr Islands solleited.
Lamber Yard ew svrwer of Qne and tart Btreets. 29Q-6ra
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 1-2. Sfr.
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t SIX DOLMUS PER AXM'M
)V'U VI. Xw. ol. WHO UK No. 310.
J. II. :oL.K.,
-A.TT C PI OWEB1T,
sixcts-oa to a. r. irtnF.Tr.)
At his Late rooms. Queen Street.
I'll. J. MUTT S.MITII,
Oftce corner of Furc an.l Hotel Streets.
II. V. SEVKKAXCE,
A. J) COMMISSION MERCJIAXT,
Will continue business at tbe oIJ stand on Queen street.
C. II. LEW KRS,
Lumber and buildinfr materials,Firt St. Ilonnlula.
II. F. SNOW,
IMPOHTER AND DEALER IX OENEK L MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Ushs, II. I. 267-ly
C. UK EWEll 2d,
General Merrhant and Agrnt for tbe sale of the products of the
llrcwer Plantation. " 2T0-ly
ST. VOS HOLT. TH. C. UTri.
Von HOLTA IIEUCK,
Oeneral Cotamiuifn Merclutnts, Hunolulu, Ouha, 3. I. 2C7Iy
Late Surywu United SuiU-4 -, U:e Cosjsul.ir Physician to
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office cotut Knaliuniaua anl Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wool's Mansion, Hotel tre. t.
Medical and iurgical advice til iiiinliah, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from II a. m. to 1 r. M.; at ottier hours lnipiir at
his residence. JoT-ly
II. STAX(iEXWALI), 31. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND 3URCEON,
Late New York City Iij?t!Sary Physician, nifuiher of the
Melico I'birurgical College and of the Pathological Society
of New York.
Offic- at Dr. Judil's Drug Store, on Fort Street. Resilience in
Nuuauu alley, dpKos:te that of E. O. Hail, Iq. T7-ly
to 15 k i.irr :
Dwelling IIoiikojs I
TABLE FOR LARGE FAMILIES.'
Commission Jlerrhant and General Shipping
Uahc, it. I.
ALEX. J. CAKTn'RUillT,
CEOIICE C. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant Yard on C jCrt Horsx Svicabe, New Es
J ANION. CHI EN Ac C'O.,
Commission Merchants Fiiv-Pf'xf Ciuldir.gs, Queen itret.
Honolulu, April 1, isift. 2o7-Iy
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every I
leM.-ription. Shoe t'indin-.rs, Purap, Sle, Kifk'inir, Harness, !
and fjteut Leather. Calf, Ooat. lioir, and lluck kins, '
Trunks, Valises, .-(..ur.-.g Uluvcs. Foil, and Masks, black j
ins. Brushes, H'isiery, Kc. tic. llriek shoe store, corner of.
Frt and Merchant sts.. Honolulu. II. I. 247-ly
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO..
Importers ami Whole-ale teali-rs in Fashionable Cl thinir, j
Hats. Ca, lt-ot and liueis and erery variety of Gentle- '
men's Saierir Furui-hlnsr Gootls. htore, f-rnierly occu-
pel y . A. Al lrn li, Es4-, iu Makce's liiork. Queen
E. HOFFMANN, .11. !.,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's I;l k, coruer Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. -C7-ly
J. W. A I ST IN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post UlEce. 2fi7-ly
B. F. EHLERS.
, Dealer In Tvy W ! (-illlc, Vo.
j S'J4-ly Fort Street. Honolulu, 0:iliu, II. I
j CEOUCE CLARK,
BOOT ani SIIOEM.1K ER. Hotel street, bitoea Nuu tnu
I and Maunakea stre.u. 2 7-ly
i WHOLESALE J.VJ RETAIL MERCHAST,
Ioiorier of China and oth:r (tojds, dealer in su?-tr. molasses.
coffee, rice, fundus, tic, on Ku:g street, next doortn Mrs-irj.
Castle S Cooke. autj ly
MEIICII ANT T AILOR, on Fort Street. opposite llurg. s, Sal oa,
l'twee:i Kinn anil Merchant Strtts.
Cloths, Cki meres and Vetlings always on hand, and cloth
ing male up in the ben style. .ao-Iy
AMERICA HOl'.-r: N BERETAMA
Street, lately ocrupieil by Captain Green and his fam
ily, with or wiiltout the two cottaees in front.
fr.a'.ry Iroiu the 2i:h JauuarT-, ti 1st February.
The spacious IIuise on Waikiki Plains, lately occupied by
Mr. Jarrett, with its out-hous-s and large enclosures.
Entry immediately. Apply to C. C. HARRIS,
aus-om Attorney nt Law.
TIIK RF-SIUKXCE IX XlTAXl'VAU
ley fonneily oceupitd by Mr. Robert V. Janiou. For
varlkulars apply to W. I UKKKN.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE!
OK TO LET.
THAT CONVENIENT DWELLING
' ill Iiiiiuii iii IvoLni MP..-I otrnel nd nmnoieil bv AfotllP.
1 -1IJL- opposite the residence of Mr. Parke, containins kitchen, I
diiiing-room. parlir, two lied-rooms, and b.-ithins-httu-e, with
water from the government pipes laid on. Terms iilieral.
3U'i Jia Apply on the premises.
PAINTEK, FAPEK-HANGEK, Vc.
OpjMisite Lewis k N Jrton' Coopera-, Kinir St. 3:-3m
EORSS SHOEING !
Prices CJreal ly ICocliiooil
OWING TO TIIK IIAKD TIMES,
the undersigned is prepared to Mioe Horses,
and do all other work in his line at greatly
reduced prices from foinier charge.
All work warrauteil to give perfect satifactinn.
King Street, opposite the Station House.
W. D. also bejrs resbect fully to return thanks to the public,
who have so ling patronised him, mid hopes for a continuance
of their favors. 31 l-2m
CH13. C SKILL.
Coltase To !
T II E PLKASA XT T XV O - R OO M E I
ELBE8SC & O'NEILL.
Cabinet Makers and Undertakers,
Cxiace. cei.trnlly locatH,l n Fort .reet. li.telv isrcupied ! rre " t,r,,kr ! prompt. y attended to
by the undersigned. 1'o.session given imin.ilist. lv. I I-u'tiiiiire of all kinds uiade, and old furmtui
Terms low ; applv to H. M. WHITNEY. . "r cleaned.
I ' uderlnltins attended to with d:itch.
KESPEC1 F I'LL A" INFORM
the residents of Honolulu, and the islands
3 generally, that they are al all times pre-
i pared to do work in their line, and Solicit a share of pnulic pat
ronage. Shop nearly oppsite H. Uimond A" n s store, on K:ug
THE IIOI SK AXD PREMISES AT
present occupied by the undersigned, on King
Large and any and every convenience.
JNO. 11. BllOWN.
Variiuh l'olishiui; done in the test
AL.SO On hand
GOLD 6c KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for picture and other frames.
street. llofiflulu. Uahu.
E. O. HALL,
lmMjrter and Tea!T in Hani ware. Dry Uools, Paints. Oils, and
srewral Merchan.lise. corner of Kori ami Kiui; street i7-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Poli'hr, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government U nix. io7-ly
sr. a. sLoaicu, j. . walker, s. c. llzs.
ALDHICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importers and Commis;on Merchants Desiers In O-nrral
Mercli.in.lise, an 1 Ai-nts l r the S.ile of Island produce.
A LSiV I
Ag-nts for the Lihu.", Tdetcalf, and I'rnceville 1'lanta'ious.
V. N. L.VII.
Ijipnter and Dealer in HssowAat, Ccti.kbt, MbtbisiiV !
Tool and AoaicCLTrkAL UnrviMH, Fort street, lionn- ,
lulu. o7-ly I
.MELCIIEKS & CO.,
Importers and Coniisiission
j STONE STORE, KAAlll MANU ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
i AGENTS FOR THE
I IlAunrRGH-flnEMes Fisk Ixsrasxra Co.
I 1'iosita fr'Loi'a Mills, San Frain-isco.,
Sale of ssk.i t Keiximkdt's Salt I'.frKf,
! Sale of Sr.iia, Molsssfs and Oruca Hah aiiax Pkoocce.
! Consipnments re-iectfuSly solicitel, and all orders from the
' other islands and aliroa 1, promptly excuted.
j Gl-.stat C. MKLcnkKi). J. H. IVnxr, F. A. Sen Attn;!:,
llremeu. Jlonolu.u. II-.nolulu.
, C70 ly
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
Obb DOIRS. ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
niouMimrs and raised nanl.
50 ffah D'wirs, assorted si.es.
30i pair Window Sash, assorted sires.
IM pair I'diuds, with and without swivels, ass d lizes.
Seleottd expressly for this market, and foi sale low bv i
30T-q tlKOKGE (i li'iiWE.
J. P. HUGHES,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER,
rft A a
ii Sa.ldles, Ladies' Saddles, Ioul.le and
HAS OX' HAND A I.UIGR
and ti'i assortn.ent of English and
American Saddles, Hanger and California I
rsUK I'MlKllSluNM) WOI I.I)
give notice to his customers and the public
ireiieriilly. that i
he is prepared to sell every description of North West luinlier in
luantity, or by small lots, as cheap-or cheajx-r than any other I
lrrson in the market. In other Words, he wants to sell, audi
won't be beaten. Iu7-) C. II. LKWKKS.
Single Harness, lray. Cart and Plow Harness, Collars, Bridles,
Martengales, Saddle Uses, Whips, l'doek & Kent Stirrups. Hits
ami Spurs, California Hits an.l Spurs, llrushes. Curry Combs,
Mane Combs, and a general assortment of SALLLKUY HAKU
WAKK, all of which he aill sell at very low rates,
(mo Mnlrnssrs on hand at all times. Grass, H.iir,
I Pulu and Spring Matrasses made to order.
I t'iirriiii- Triiiiuiiujf n uil Cpkolatcriu j( d me
I In tl.e l-est st le.
i 17" llepairing done wilh neatness and dispatch Orders of
all kinds, in my line, strictly and promptly att. nded to.
i WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and fommission Merchants, dealers in General
i Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full a.irtrnent
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
II. 1I.ACKIELL A. CO.
lererral Cmniisi.m Agents, Honolulu,
WM. A. ALDBICH.
C8AS. K. BISBOP.
niitnor a oo..
Bankers. OrUce in the east corner of " Makee's Block, on
Kaahamana street, Homtulu.
Irasr Bills of Kxchang' on
Messrs. .ixxkli Iixtcsx Co., New York.
Ilsxar A. PiKsro, Ksq , - Itoston.
Messrs. Iob';ax, Sross & Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive dtpos ts. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, eic. -iJ7-ly
SIS'U CASTLK. AMOS. S. COOEK.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers an I Wholesale and It-tall d-etlers in General Mer
charulise. at the old s'and, corner of King and S-h'ol
streets, near the lare Stone Church. Als at the New
Fireproof Store in Kin street. oiiHsir- the Smtmen's Cha
11. Agents for UK. JAYMIS MEIJICIXES.
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
AGENTS FOR THE
iilar Dispatch Line of Packets,
! BETWEEN 4jg
Honolulu & san francisco.
Dnrk "Coaicl." Cnpl. John Pasty.
Spi-eilserll. t'npi. Jns. Smiih.
HVunkrr." Ciipi ii, V. Clnxion.
One of the above vessels will lie dispatched regularly every
Circe weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest lates.
All of the ahore Vessels have superior accotnmodntions for
I'assengers. for whom every comiorl will he a Horded.
Through Hills Laaling, will Iw given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight lcing reshipd at San
Francisco, on hoard first class ciipp rs without extra expense
Shipixrs can also procure at B-iston or New York, through
Bills Lading. fr freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Ghdden & Williams, Boston and Messrs. W.T. Coleman A: Co.,
New York. Messrs. McKuer If Merrill, Agents fur K.irular
Uispatch Lice, at Saa Francisco.
with recruits at the shortest notice, on
Bills of exchange wsnted.
reasons I de terms
I. N. FLITNER. I
Continues his old business in th- fireproof building, Kaal.uma '
wo st re-t. ;
Chronometers rated by olservatlor.s of the sun and stars
with a transit Instrument accurately adjusted to the i
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention Riven to Due '
watch repairiup. Sextant and quadrant classes silvered !
and adjusted Charts scl nautical instruments constantly '
on hand and for sale. 267-ly
I' LO It E N S STAPENIIOIl ST.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Hoard of Underwriters. All
averatre claims atrainst the said Underwriters, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified licfore him.
UT.AI sV A II EE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko. at Papakoa. and Iwo
at Pulo, lido; Impcrurs ami Wholesale and Reta'l Deal
ers in China Owl.-; have on hand, for sale, at their estb
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahsina, .Vaui
Suirar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coifee, and a large and
earie.1 assortment of ceneral merchandise
IIooolulu. Ar.ist li, HiJ. 271-ly
D. C. WATERMAN Si. CO.,
Cspenal attention Aid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
tiie furuishins of fuikls, purchase and sale of Lxchanre, Oil,
Boue, Oeiicral Merchaii lis-, and the procuring of Freight
SIcssrs. Isaac Howlaxd. Jb., Je Co., New Bedford
W. O. E. P.-ra, Eso.. do.
Mos.iAX. Sroxs Jc Co., Sou Fraticisco.
McHi kb Mkbkill, do 267-ly
iSIutnal Marine Insurance Company,
I SAN FRANCISCO.
milK CNDF'.RSIGXKD IIAVIXO BEEN
9 appointed Airents f.r the a'Hive company, leave to
inform the the public, that they are now j repare.l to issue
M A R INK lXsniAXCE POLICIES
' on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
j II. HACKFELD k CO.
' Honolulu. March, 1S62. ZOi-ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rMHE UNDERSIGNED. Ac-ntsof the above Cora-
For particulars apply at tbe offi.-e
Hono.ulu O-t. 11, 1S37.
JUST RSCE3VED !
SII.IVKH WIIITK K ASTER X j
les, wjrrauteo to cover I0O square levt tn j
A new lot of the favorite cottage sidinp boards.
L'ine clapWards, ! J feet long and 7 inches wide extra :hick i
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, J Inch, a new and very j
II7A an assortment of White ami Col'd Paints.
:w7-q For sale by C. H. LEW Eli 4.
TOOL -A. S O 2NT 3 .
Kjya STREET, XEAR THE BETHEL,
TOn.D INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
they are prepared to du all work in the nl-ove line at
ni'xleri.te prices. California and Haw in lime an'l ci ment for
sale. Particular attention piven to al j anner of Hre works.
Ho.'fs covered with composition or s ..e rnd warrantetl.
U Orders to be left at the Lime llou.se. King street 308-Cm
DOORS, WINDOW S.ISK, BL1DS !
fjX LATE ARRIVALS
Jk 4"0 Poors, all sires nnd kinds.
L -s. JOO in.low sisti, all Kiiiils,
loo pair Blinds, all fizes.
Ulilass DMrsand Blinds, etc.. complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
;l07-q C. II. LEWERS.
BOOT AND SHOEJiiANUFACTORY !
T II E U N D E R -
hi-ii. 1 would resK-cllul!y
inform his friends and
the puliu Kener. illy, that
he is prepare ! to
MANUFACTURE BOOTS & SHOES ;
Of every description to order, in a thorouph workmanlike man- j
i.er. II ivinif just received, and made arrangements for a con
stant supply of the best French calf st ins, and every other
inscription o! material necessary for rr-nufaCurinit the best I
article, he feels confident that he can giv. good satisfaction to
all who may favor him with a call.
303-3m Hotel Sire-1, North West of Nuuauu.
Steam Biscuit Bakery
MELCIIEKS A CO.
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II I T
' WINES, SPIRITS.
ALE axd PORTER,
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HONOLULU STEAM FLOUR MILL Co.
Proprietors. O. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDUE, aaJ C. II. LEWERS
273 ly j OFFICE : Southwest corner of AVnshing.
ton nnil Ifnttery street..
O. P. JrDO, Pnr-hxsins; Agent.
S. Ssviik.e. Sel'mg Aicrlll.
t. II. Lsm sks. Treasurer.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer ait Pcalrr in O-tierat Merrhan-'.ise, Honolulu. II. I
rjlIIE UXDERSIfiXEl ARE PREPARED
m to issue Marine Insurance policies," each being; respon
sible for the sum written on the I'olicies a.'.'.inst li s own luine
only, an.1 for himself and not for others or any of Litem.
Jowx Pahbtft. i-Iahe PoXAiirn.
tiKosoK C. J. w-sox, William E. li.tr.Ros,
N. l-rxixa. Iamcs otk,
Jix;s 1'RfUt, Jtiif's B. Ilif.cis,
LArsTLTrs Matxarp, J. Mora Moss.
Ml E U N D E R S I O X E D WOU LD RFS.
I pectfully inform his friends and the public cenerally that,
he Honolulu Meam Hi-cuit Bakery teinp now in full otieration.
he is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy bread, Water Crack
ers and other description uf
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
P.irti. s furnishing th-ir own flour for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest jwissible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED. I
OrKrs from the other islands promptly atteniK.l to j
R'JllEKT LOVE, j
Suuanu Street. I
TT Orders in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Messrs. '
WpcoX, Kiehar Is t Co., Queen Street. S97-6m I
STOVE AND TINSHQP.'i
Prarliciil House and Shiji Plumber.
A II V D R A U II C R A SI S. 1,1 FT I XG Force
fjr I'umps Rath Tulw, Wash Stan ds. Water Closets, etc.,
fisWj fitted up in the best manner. All work done at the
very'lowcst ratfs and twrfect satisfaction warranttd.
Workshop in ivios .Mi.t " -
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
. MANUFACTURERS AN1 DEALERS
1'? In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LASS) AXD REPAIRED,
J2T Ship Work promptly executed. JgJ
BENNETT & M'KENNEY,
Boot and Shoe makers, cfji
Nuuanu St., west side, above Hotel St.
rs entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
Honolulu Soap Works !
W. J. RAWLINS.
MJMIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
fl considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
bens leave to announce to his Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them wilh genuine
equal, if not superior to the best imported.
X. B.-SOAP CREASE WANTED.
TIIF. UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly occupied
hv U. Siders. and is ready to execute all orders in
hi line withneatness find dispatch.
P. 3. Particularattcntiun paid to repairing Scwinc Machines
JAMES A. HOPPER,
JsJOy Kaahumanu street.
C. E." wit-r. IAHS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
Till E OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FCRNITIRE. Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank: Cedar, Rlack Walnut and Cherry
Uofc-ds: Rosewood and Mahotrany Veneering.
A larce assortment of Uili Slouldintr, and larire sized Glass.
A variety of Korkinc. Hininr. Otlice and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coflins on baud and man to order. "
The subscriber w..uld inform j
all thoM; in want of i
His Ex R C. Wtllis,
II. F. Ssow. Ei.j-.
C. A. Willi ws k Co.,
f'sis. Bs'wch. Ko, .
Wilc Kicbsrds k Co..
I'lM l.O JC S.s,
Th-". rca. Esq ,
II I!C1,., E..,
II. I"iths. Ks .
Kcl.rit M. bill,
C. W. Ub'm.k Co,
ii. T. l-AWTO. Esq.,
r-'Sls, Bs', 4c Co.
FtKLD Jt SllCB.
CO. A cents.
Honolulu. 11. I.
aiiau rirt cuts. a. lcxt.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
IIsoImIu. Onlia. II. I.
Jons. M. n.o. Es.7
JlllS lit SStW ILL.
Crablvs llakwrR, ..... .
Ii. A. Pni. r. E .
McsK4. U Hi a k MrssiiL.
ri. WittcotT Ls..s. Eso.. i
M.S..KS. . PrsTsc St Co.. ...tltntfknrij;.
MsssBj. Pkklb. llrr-oKi.L jk Co... ...Manila.
. . . r ;..n.
SMALL PBOFITS ! jnre SUES
JUST RECEIVED !
SOME OF WHICH ARE DIRECT F'ltOM
.NEW lll. via Pal aaia A L hi;ce aor:ii,vl.t tl liou.ls
r Sale al tl.e
SBEE HIVE STORE:
TiM WARE t
Th it he hss taken the store
on the corner (f King and
Fort S nets, where he wiil
carry on the
a Ia i, i: a iV is i: 11 11 1 E j Ij ,
George W. Macy,
Will eonunae tbe General Merchandise and ShirT'" oIn
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
Cfnita as are required by whale ships at the sliortest notice,
and ou the most reasonable terms. 2!T-ly
Til OS. SPEXCUIS,
Dealer in General .Merchandise, hi and Produce,
If c, and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
descripuon of roods required by ships and ot tiers.
highest rrice riven fr Island Produce.
And as the Trices of linods have so much advanced, to mct
the times we must chare-; a small prt fit.
JUDGE OF TIIE ASSORTMENT
THE SELECTION IS WORTHY OF ATTENTION,
irsltv Tiff is. W ITRR IIOI'SR.
i XteH- Store
j In all it branches, aid In ?r.-a!er Tari.ty than can be f--und
j el-ew here in th city. Having wi-rk-d at the business f-irmnny
I .virs, he f-ls confident that be cm cive satisfaction to all ho
itviv f.-.v. r l.im with a ci.:!.' He will k-- p cot.stautly on hand a
J p-vl ass,, rt ment of
Cooli Stoves !
BT1I FR W0fP AND COAL.
TIN nnd JAPANNED WIRE, cor.sistinc in
part of cake box--, tea an-1 cotTee cans, knife travs.snear iKjxes.
spittoons, nu.-t' cans, Linterns, bmips, candlesticks, kc.
Britannia Tea and Coffee rots. Sheet Is: ad,
Tin and Copper, Hip Baths, Zinc,
Russia Galvanized and English Sheet Iron,
i Children's Baths, Tin Toys, of all hinds.
.:i I ad kinds r.f nsu illv kept 111 t.is tuin-si, ail T which
he wiil jell EXTREMELY LOW EOR L ASH, or approved
Cre lit. Tin are of every d'-scription mad-" of rhe best materi
als, nnd Job Work executed in the most workmanlike m-snr.T.
Pink-mar attention pal 1 to Tiy AMD Z-VC ROOFIXG,
An I all kinds of Lead work done. b"th f -r vessel, and houses.
Anion,! the stork of Cook Stoves, he wiuld cll pariienlar at
tention to the Cfi rs TA L PALACE and G R AMITE ST A TE,
ss l:n? two of the best stoves now in use. fitted up in asuyenor
manner, and warranted to rive satisfaction. For a cheaper
article, he keeps the OfC.I.V PREVICM STOIE, and he
will add to I.. st-K7k, as the trade may require.
All those in want of anythinc in this line would do well to
call sn 1 examine his p.ols for themselves, lief.ire parchasini;
ele"rhcre. as he does n-t intend to be bsat," eitlier in PHK I
Persons purchasine stoves at this establishment, can save
an expense of four or Ave drllars, a Mr. S. will set them up in
Honolulu (.ttATls. (o'J3 3n- ) GEO. C. SIDKIiS.
CEAME.V AXD OTHERS CRCISIN
1 iv.- s.'i"V w'J,saTJ5rs.vri."-.cf'be.1
II A W A 1 1 A SOAP FACTORY !
A VINO RECEIVED A LARGE AN D Ft LI.
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the puMic. with the lx-f 1 ellovv. lir.wu iinrl
While SOAP. A U(
SOIl1 .V1 OIL SO.Vl.
In lare or small , lantities to suit.
p. S. fnap urease :.'.y wante.1. uT3-ly
JAMES A. BI RDIt K
IX REMOVING IIISBl SINESS
M his new COOPER AGE on the Esplanade,
' Fort street, takes t'-is opirtunity of return-
inc his sincere thanks t his friends and the
pnl-l:c in iretienil. f..r the supp.irt and patron
aire which they have b. en pleased t , p-ant
him f r the p.tst t'O years, an.l hojn-s that by attention to ousi
ness an.l promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
tin., he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has on hand for sale upwards i f -IOOO bbl. of (n alia
of all sortsan-lsir.es. UvMy
VVM. H. WRIGHT,
"i'OLLI RESPECTFI LLV INFORM THE
V V pil-iic that he is prepared tn Manufacture
Turbine or nuy other kind of Water Wheel.
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders fr any kitd Oj
3ill Avi-i srlit Work
Solicited and promjitly a'tended to.
Koloa, Oct- 1C, 1331.
IHOI-I WOSKS I
MIE fNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
Work at the Shortest Notice and
furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Machinery and Smith s
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
ET CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply of Anvils. Cart
Boxes. Force Backs, Chain Stoppers, Sash Weights, Stove Mates
L f Hi' IJ.nir.t.1. Ihimh Belt, kc. Kc. kc.
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