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II OXO LULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DKCKM 1KR 2f. lSli-2.
SIX DOI.I.AKS PKIt A XX I'M.
iVOL. VII. o. 2U. W1IOI.KXm.344.
Mrrry Cli ril unto.
Mrrry Orist.T.( I Mtrry CUi.tm u ! to each and to ah'
1 the poor in the .'.t..ge, the rich in the halt.
On this ar.:.ual return of th- tf.n-:- hi. s,e,I morn.
When ia iMMrli-ra of Ja l.a the Satw wis b ,rn.
All Ls.il to thi day wiiien the mandate was riven
Ti ftnjp-1 t bring th ghid tiditDM fn.m Heaven
Of " Ood to man and Peace on the earth,"
Whta sprung from the day of this glorio-s. birth.
IIo fancy cofj?"ys m 'Vr a s I'.n?
Cot!,!- Ji.tn'j -.f.il I , an, tii.; f"r iUmti!e U-..
-Wh:rt:-the "f.iv-.r-.I cf in.nj- ii," th earth birth L.-it piv n,
To fcr b.V a... I l.-.r I.r I an.l h- r ji;i-..rt t lit uvtu.
Ajain our e;r flli witK t;. p!;i.l l.ur.t of son,.',
Tti I.ti l l,.ill. uj if.i .,f n.-avt ij'd briIit t.'irori?,
A to war.d.ri:: .!.iril the frUtl news tl.py l;rir;?,
Of thi birth of their ir'!nii-!.l M-riaiah an J Kinjj.
Oh ! t in '!iljr Cf-k-hnte
Thii evr s.-l morn,
Vhcn to rv'ltem our race from death
Our Savioij Christ born.
Ami 1 t ui t the temple hnt
To swell tlie joyou." Otmi
Oftho-e who on this festival
Give thar kd with .rude ami son?.
Grant Father we iiiay spoiul aright
S.M..04 natal tiiy ;
iire to ui nijh a thanKi'u! heart,
To j rai-e t?jef. arul to pray.
Ami wli'ii fir.u the Christmas mora
On earth n4 more shall rise.
Accept us all At th y ri.-ht lianj,
To praise Thee in the iie9. StlfctfJ.
. K I KT V.
With what ilifftreat cjes Io we iew an action,
When it is our own, nji I whvu it id another's !
The flittery of frictiJi an J enemies wouM do us
ery little harm, if e diJu't unfortunutelj flatter
When a fi-h is wourt-Ie l, other fishes faU opon an 1
devour him. There't some buiu:;n nature in fishes.
What is Mas? Clieniic:i!Iy tie;kin, a man is
forty-five lb, of carbon anJ nitrogen, ditTu-e-I
through five and a li i'.f j iilsful of water.
WlIAT IS Wo.MAN ? .Wom-lO la one hut). Ire 1 Ih. of
man, two fcs. of s;!k, t!en !vs. of cotton , and one Tb of
wnaienone, wicn an jn jennne aniouut or luss an.i
feather?, and the retn.iiuder in bo.ps.
The difference between war and peace has been
Well defined by OUtf tt the ancients "In time cf ;
f.e ice, the sons bury their fathers, in time of war, !
tLe fithera bury their tons. I
. ,... .1
A Joun man who applied at a recruiting station i
fcr enltetment, was asked " If he could sleep on the
, . " ,, ,. . ,. . . . r . I
point of a tayonct ; when he reoiifd by tjaysn : he
could try it, as he had eften fclertt on a pint of wiiis- !
ley. tho kis.d thcr u,.J where he cm.e from !
would kill farther thai any (.hooting iron he ever j
A dandy, smoking a cigar, having entered a men
agerie, the proprietor rijueted hic. to take the
WeeJ from his month,! lest he bhuuld teach the
t.thpr fnoi.Lev !..., 1 b-ibita."
r .t c:.t. i . iu r.n 1 : . i. .t. !
&t un u aum k.'uiau uui u leu in iuic nuu me jeime
lidy. Smith was rem irkibly pt-nurLus, an J Urown j
knew it. IJrown Oered Smith I.Ol ti discontinue 1
his attentions. U hat ' ai I Sr.iith c l-t aside I
the only woman I ever truly loved? The CJueen of j
alt her race ! The IWi of Pearls ! No Call it a j
dollar and a Lalf and it's a bargain. j
Costlt I'u nder A pa!o n keeper in C!eavel and, i
according to the Lcn ler, in the scarcity of change ;
onceived the idea of is.saing ticket-1, good for one !
tlrink," to regular cu-itomers, when he couldn't '
change their money. In printing the tickets the
printer made a mistake, the saloou keeper discov
ered to bis cost, after distributing a large amount of
them. The tickets read ' (Juol fur cue (ru -iA-." A
number of two fisted drinkers, who got hold of come
of these tickets, have been indu'ging in a series of
drunks ever ince, greatly to the pecuniary loss of
the salooncr." '
PoLitexe.-. There is; nothing more diflicult to
attain, or necessary to p. syc.-s-'. than perU-ci good
LreeJing, wliich is equally incoiisistent with a stitf
formality, ao impertiuent forw irdness, and awkward
tashfdtiu-ss. A little cert'inotiy is stxnetimes neces
sary; a certain degree of firmness is absolutely to,
ani an awkward modesty is ixtremely unbecoming.
In mixed compinies, whoever is admitted to take
part ia them, is, for the time at least, supposed to be
upon a footing of equality witli the rest and, conse
quently, every one cliinir. and very justly, eery
mark of civility and good-breeding. Kaseis allowed,
but carelessness and negligence are strictly forbid len.
A man who is tot well bred is unfit for good society,
aud is unwelcome in it. Make then, good-breeding
the great ot ject of your thought and actions. Ob
serve carefully the behavior and manner of those
who ate dis-ti:ig;uisliel by t'.ieir gooi-bre. ding. Imi
tate an 1 endeavor to czcttl. that you may at least
equal them. Observe how t adorns merit, ami how
c!ien it covers the want of It.
lil.iL4- ill' Si ii e; Trpr.
It reiires lng practical f.,r a man to pet types
quickly, and without making mistakes. Sometimes
the changing of a sing'e letter will alter the meaning
cf a whole sentence. Suchtetrcrs are usually cor
rected before the paper is printed, but occasionally
an amusing blunder is left.
For iust tnee. in printing the Bible once, the c ra-po-itor
iu setting up the passage All that a man
hath will he give for his life, made it read All
t';at a man hath will he give for his wife." The
'proof-reader," whose wori it is to look for and
point out mistakes, found thf error, and marked it.
but the compositor overlooked it agin. The proof
reader seeing the mistake a second time, wrote with
his pencil on the margin of ihe paper, opposite the
sentence, " That depends upn circumstances, after i
Which the right letter was inserted. i
A Hartford newspaper, noticing the death cf an !
editor, said, He was a htpfj-wm. Je l gcntlcmau ; of
course U saouia uave rea.j iiija-ram ica.
Another paper sys, "trie people cf India live
chiefly oo mice, ir.stead of fice.
Shortly after aa election, a newspaper of the de
feated party intended to siy "we are linked like
a band of brothers," but the types were wrong and
aid we are licked, &c."
A Missouri paper informed its readers that the
wife crop of Gasconade County was llo.OOO ga!s. ;
bat before bacbelo.a cou.d profit by such a fine op
portunity, the mistake was corrected by rutting wine
in place of wife !
The most disagreeable mistake that we have een
I&teTv T-l th-t r f I'ntto.l -Stifiii" f,,e T'r.It I t..,o !
UtiUr in General .Wirchan.Itie, Island Pro-luce, : Pn
4fC, and Cuinmission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Ililo, S. I.,
ketP '""Stantly m hand an extensive a-ortraer.t of every
nescripisoi, of so.i r-cpiire.! iy ships and others. The
i-;,.hest price j?iven for Island IVluce.
. lowy tulanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
"do, February 3,131 299-Iy
11. tv. si:vi:it.vNCE,
Will coi.tir.ue bu-i.rir. at liie 1 stt:i 1 on laeen street.
j. 11. com:,
(-t k.r.R TO A. P. fcVKKTT.)
At h:i late roouis. Q ieeli tlr-et. C15-ly
Lumber an.l luil'linr material.', Fort j-t. Honolulu. C'JO-ly
11. r. sxinv,
I.Ml'OUTLR ANI I.KALKi: IN (.iKNKUAL M KKCII AXMSE,
Hotiolulu. OiiIiii. 11. I. CJJU-ly
H. VuS UOLT. TH. C. Hhl'CK.
Von IIOl.TAr Iir.CCK, '
Ueneral Commission Merchants, H ciolula, Oaliu, I. 320-ly
ai,i:.v. J. CAitTWiiKarr, i
Commission Merchant ari.l General Shij.pirg Agent, Honolulu, j
Oahu, II. I oJu-ly I
:i:oit:i: :. nowi:. !
t Lumber Merchant Yar.l on Corr.T 1Iol-.-:e Scark, New Es- j
I planale. 20-ly j
J.VNIO.Y. (!Ki;i:X & ').
Commission Merchants Fii'.-l'ioof Bil:lJinj,'S, Queen street,
llonoiolt:, April 1, 1-oVJ. iiO-ly
A. S. CLtCHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-pr.x.f store r"rnr of Ka
nhiitnaim and (2'i' en slretts, opposite Makee's Ithick. ' -
Also, K- tail t'slal'lishment on Nnuanu s-treet, al.ove Kirip.
Xy Island I'roduce bought aiid sold. Island orders carefully
alten led to. U3i-ly
; MERCHANT TAILOR, on Fort Street, opposite Iturgosi S.i.,on,
hetween Kinr and Merchant S:reets.
Cloths, t'assimeres and Vesting always on hand, and cloth
init made up in the beat style. iiyO-ly
J. II. WOOD, j
Manufactun-r, Import'-r and I Vab r in Hoots and Shoes of every !
description, shoe findings, lump y.ile, Kiirging, Harness,
f anil I'r.-of f.-f...r4. a.. If 0..-'f li...' i.rni llitflr stL-ina '
j Trunks, Vali, Spainr.ir Gl.v..-s. F. i!.-, and Masks, liiack' :
j "' "rush.-s, n .-i. ry. ,... .v.-. liri. k shoe store, corner of j
Fort and Merchant sis.. Honolulu. II. I.
E. O. HALL,
ImjM.rfer Dealer in Hardware, Dry Go.-U, Faints. Oil", a n
fc'-ral Merchau Esc, conu-r of Fort and K;i; struts so-ly
v. risen r.ic,
Cabinet Maker and French F-disher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. dJO-ly
-,,...-.,,,. ........ ......r..
''f' sTI.AM I LOl'K 3IU.I. Co.
Proprietors. G. r. JL'DD, s. SAVIDfJE, and c. H. lewkrs
G. I. Jritr, Pur.-h:iiinf Aget.t.
S. Sv:i..k. S-l'ing Aifut.
C. 11. L:wkH., Treasurer.
8. C. AI.I.KV.
W. A. ALDRIt B, s. WALKER,
a arai rn o
ALUUIL,n, WAUrVCIt OV-.,
Importer and Comrnissii.n ."M.rchants Dealers in General
Merchandis-.a:. I Agmfs f .r th-Sde of Idaud pr.Kluce.
Aeents f.-r the Lihue, Metcalf, and Frinceville riantati.m.
:i:o u; i: v. imowxv
o:S.-e, Court II.. us--.
up stairs. Ci'3-ly
ii. ii.v:Kri:i.i) i c:.
G.-i.eral Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, S.I. 220-ly
CB AS. H. Bi; HoP. W.V. A ALPR'CU-
HISIIOl' 4V ( (.,
Uank"rs. O.Tice in the east corucr of "Makee's Iliock," on
Kahtimauu street, Hon dulu.
Draw ItdU of Kv.-hang on
Messrs. GhisNKi l, MisTfRV "c Co., New Y'ork.
llf SHV . Fikrck, E-m , - Eos'.on.
Messrs. M -uoas, St.isk .n: Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive d- .s is, .iiJ.-ount tirt-class business j.aper, and
atten.l to coi'e-eiiiig, eic. oJ0-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hil t, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the sh..rte.t notice, on reasonable terms
Itnis of exchange want '.. 3J0-ly
i. x. ri.rrxi'K.
Continues his old business in the t. reproof building, Kaahuma
ru st reet.
Chronometers rated by observations of t?;e sun and stars
with a transit instrument ae.-.ira'elv adjusted t.i the
meridian of Honolulu. I'art icular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sex'.ai.t and ijuadrant glasses severed
and adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and f..r sale. Ujo-ly
I t'. WATERM W A. CO.,
com Missioy MFKcriA.y rs.
Esi-ei-.al attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Flett. by
the furnishing i f funds, j urcha-e and sale of Ex.-hai'ire, Oil,
Roue, General Merchan iise, and ti.e procuring of Freight
Messrs. T s a A " ILm-iivn. Jr., a; Co., New Iledford
W. . E. I'.H K. Esu., do.
Moio.as, SmSi-: .t Co., Pan Franoico.
Mc Rfi: A Mkki::ll,
A L E an: I'o RT E R,
II oilol II 1 11.
trnor.ES.ii.t: axd retail m lrcjia.st.
i:rp - ,r - . r of China a-; 1 other g .... N, d -.h-r ia w.mm, m-Ucw,
T-e. rice, fundus. Ate, on Kn.g street, r.cxt d'rjrto M, s-ts.
Catie k c..Ue. 3i c iy
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chan tiers and r.!ii!ii:.;.in Merchants. de.ilrs in Cteneral
Merciiari bse. K.-p c. instantly on and a fail a-rtment j
t f xnfrcha.idis-, f ,r the supply c f AVhaUrs and Merchant
! a fi i:ts roK tiii:
I Regular Divpatcli Line ol' rackrts,
i HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
I liurk "lonift, ' (.apt. Jnt, Simlh.
. 01111- Hrrlor.
Villi K Ciipl
Or. of the a'-oio rrscls will be dispatched regularly every i
three weeks, or ottener.
Freight and Passengers taken at th- lowest rates.
- csenger.. f..r whom every comfort will ie afrrdej.
Throueh Hills Ladinc, will be given at Hn-!ulu, (r tnerchnn
die to Nt Y'ork or Ho.-ton, the freight liein rtshiped at San
Francis.-.-, oul.ardf.rstci.ass clippers withuat extra expense
Shippers can al procure at B-'ston or New Y'ork, through
Bills Lading, f r freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Olldden k Williams, Boston an t Messrs. XV". T. Coleman & Co.,
New Y'ork. Messrs. McRuer Y Merrill, .-.cents for Regular
Di?!tch Line-, at Jsn Frincl't-o.
j iioi-t.m.vx.v, 3i.
Physician an.l uri.'.. :i. Mkf'j lll x.-k, corner Queon an-1 Kaa
hunianu streets. J'.JO-ly
11. sta.;i:xw.vli), n, d.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
L&te Near York C:tv Ilier.srv I'l; v-ieian. metnlH-r of tl.p
M-.lico h.ruricai College an.l of the Ihaholoical SRiety
of New Vori .
O.Ti.- t lr.Ju.! l' I'rUL' Stor-, on Fort Street. Resilience in
Nuu.ti.u A alley, c .K,;ie tfiat of E. O. Il.ill, Esq. UoO-ly
1)11, J. .HOTT S3HTJI,
OiViee corner of F rt un.l Hotel streets. Cl'.2-lv
c. it)(i:vi:u xa,
General Merchant ami Agent for the sale of the products of the
Hre'.ver I'iaatation. oi4-ly
J. W. AIIST1X,
ATTOHNEV AND COirXSELOK AT LAW.
0:Ece in Honolulu House, over the l'ost Office. 3J0-ly
JOHN' II. I'ATV,
sT OT AT I V J y UI3XIC,
I-I.iuJ of Oahu, Jlavraiian Islands.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Imjiorters and Wholesale Iealers in Fashionable Cb thinir,
Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shite, and every variety of tientle
nn u's Superior Furn:hiiiir 1o.h!s. Store, formerly occu
pied !y W. A. Aldrich, Esp, in Makue's illi.ck. lueen
street. Honolulu, Oahu. 2jli-ly
. x. 1. in),
IiniiortTT ' aS J-Pcab'r in II ahdwarf, Cctlkhv, MKCHAXirs
Tools and AGKioi'i.-fi'i!- l:ri.KiiKMS, Fort street, llmio
lulu.- - . 3-JO-ly
I'LOIti:.XS STAI'K XII OUST, -
; Agent for the np-inen and Dresden Hoard of I'nderwriters. All
avera.-e ci.inne airainst tin; sai.l t mterwriters, occurrttie in
or alti-ul this Kingdom, will have to be certiiied before him.
B. F. EHLERS,
Tliilc'i In li' ;oIs. S(IIl..ii k.
0S-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
HOOT and SIldE M JATi.Vf. Hotel street, between Nmvanu
and Maunakea streets. oJO-ly
MELCHERS & CO.,
I iti porter ;iml CommiioiJi
AGENTS FOR THE
IlAMnt R':n-EnKMKN FlKK 1 Sst'h ANi'K Companv,
KAIWIKt Sl'liAR I'LANTATIOV,
T. BKV St OAK I'LASTArloX
Gcstav C. Mki.chk.k3.
J. I. Wldtt, F. A. SOHAKFEH,
SAM'L. S. CASTI.K. A MOS. S. CO0KK.
casti.i: vV cooki:,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fire.ro.f Store in King street, opposite the
Dr. .laynes Medicines,
V heel-r 4- Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New Filmland Mutual Lile Insurance Company, cash
ass.-ts i.'.D'j.O lO,
Kayiiolds, Devoe Ai l'ratt Import, rs ai.d Mann ncturers 01"
INints. il and Yari.i-i. and Crystal Coal Oil,
C. Van Home At Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu. II. I.
His Ex. R. C. Wvllie, . . . Hoi olulu.
H. F. Ssow. Esip, .... "
C. A. Williams .v Co., . .
CilAS. IlKKWKii. Esq., ....
Wilcox. R:i HAKUs A; Co "
Dim imp .v SoS, . . "
Til 's. Si-KN. Kll, Esq.,
H. Dii KiN's.-s-, Es.j., ...
U. 1'ITM W. F- .,
Mi III t u A Mtuuii.i.,
C. W. Hit o.iks A Co., . .
O. T. Lawto.v, Escp,
Toms, Ht.-s. .t Co.
F:ki.i a ttu'K, ....
II. A. V. CAKTKH,
CUAS. II. LT.NT
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Onliii. II. I.
Jons. M. Hooit. Es New York.
Jam its Hi nskw i;ll, Escp,
Chauli s lihr.wra, Es.j., v Iioston.
II. A. l'FIRC K. Es ,
- r.. i,. .'u i.i r. r. .'u.i.r.ii.i., r o.
Chas. Wi-Lcoir I'.KooKs. Esfi., 5
Mkssrs. Wm. Fr.-TAr X Co
Mks.K.S. I'KKLK, lilBBtl.L At Co.,
V Ia Ia X AC 12 I 11 11 UaIa,
isrCi K.s.soKS TO
GJ-eoiLr "W. IMTacy,
j Will con.itr.ie the ien rat M-rchandise and Shippinir l.usines
i at the above port, wh-re th-y are prepare 1 to furnish the
' justly celebrated Kawaihae I'. tat.x s, and such other re
craits as are retpiire.' by ;... ships at the shortest notice,
and on the m ,st r-.-a-onal terms.
CHAMPION OF FASHION !
VlrHKX yoti sivi.li ii I'leiiotiu t Sbntr,
T T As g..d as Itarher ever irave,
Ju-t call i n me at n.y Saloon,
R sy in .rn or l usy n.x.n.
Or any time wh.-n you Can stay.
Or on th ni.irn of Sa. bath d .y.
My r i in is neat, my towels clean,
Sc.-s .rs sharp and raz rs keen ;
And everything I think you'll find
To u:t .-ur t .sie cr pi.-.i-e y. ur mind ;
And then I move as true a hand.
As rn.y ar:i-t in tlv land ;
An I a.l n.y art an I sUiil can do.
Just call . n nie ai.. rn ,! f r vnu.
WII.KERSON. Merchant Street.
Nearly opposite the Merchant's Exchtnire, here he is pre
pared to attend to his fri-:i is i:i a s.iti-fac'.orv manner.
AWA 1 1 , A" SHIP F.UTOHV!
WM. H. HUDDY!
HAVIXO RECEIVED A I. A RC E AND FULL
stock of ra tterial. is prepared to supply his cu-t&uiers
and the public, with the b-l Vt'llow. Bronu it 11 it
White SOA1. -U.-n-
.XOI'T -VTI OI1L, SOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
F. S. Soap s;re.i always wanted. C33-ly
Mutual jlariiH4 Insnraucc Company,
SAX I'll AXCISCO.
; rimi: rxii-:iisi(; x ki ii a vim: ukkx
j appoii.teil A'.'i-nH f- r the almve ooiui.ar.y, heir leave to
j inf. r:n t!ie the puhlic, th it they are now 1 re arc 1 t. ir.ue
M A li I X K I X S r K A X C K 1 O L 1 C 1 E
on Carp', Freight an.l Treasure
II. I1ACKFELD .v CO.
H..n..hi!u, M.in-li, 102.
11 a utirit: ii-nii i:.m i:x
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
fJIIIK l'XIKItMGXKI. Apentst.f tlie above Coin
& pany, are prepared to insure risks aj-'ainst fire in and
a'xiut Hun. !u!u.
For particulars applv at the oflice.
MELC1IEK5 & CO.
Duno.ulu Oct. 11. 1S5T. o.'O-ly
-MAI J TXRUU AXCES.
"FFICf! : Southwot corner of Washing
ton and Haltery streets.
nim: 1 xiv:usif;xi:i ark imiki'akki)
St to is.u.; M trine Insurance ol:cies," ea 'h I e i 1 respon
sible for the sum w.itten on the I'ohcies aitains his own name
01 !y, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
J.J1N- l'AI'.IIoTT, JaMKS I);iSA!IIK,
Gni'Rr.n 0. .llUIN-.sn.v, iWlI.l.lAM K. liAKHoS,
X Lt'SlSii, Ja.MKS OTIS,
Jami:s I'iim iv, I.Iamks It. Hawix,
Ltr'AYtrTK Mavsaud, (J. Moua Moss.
ALBKICII, WALKER & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. H. r.
btllinas ant) Jlcal crstnlc.
TO LET !
V TllV. ;.'OTT.lE().V I1KRETAXIA Si..
t: near the conn r'-i'f ,.Deretauia and runchhowl streets
recently occupied by A. Cotter, K.-'i.
For further particilar ai'plv' ,
U4t a. k. c;..i:K-
REAL KST.4TF.r)K SA I.E.-Tln
I' ndersigned otVers for sale
That Desirable Residence
I:) N'ouanu Val'.-y, a Ijoinintr the premises of O. lirewer, 'Jd,
is.... an 1 ('apt. J. I'aty. Tin-re are J acres of choicest garden
Ian :. well slocked with fruit and ornamental trees. The house
on. aius a large parlor and dining-room, two large bed-rooms,
cm- si iall do., dressing rooms, j'antry. china closet, store-room.
Th i is a g.Hi.l cook ro..m, servants' rooms, stahle, carriage
h is.', tool ho is.-, wood sh-.l. Ac Ac. Title Fee Simple,
itri is easy. Impure of J. W. Austin, Es'p, or
Ho loiuiu, Nov. IS, 162. olJ'.t-Ct J. Fl'LLER.
fflll VM! BAKERY !
ffJUE l'DEKSIGEI) WOtT.O HFS
a iiet'ttallv ftiform his friends and the iiobiie eeoemltv tletr.
he Honolulu St-aiu ISi-cuit l!akery being now in full operation. '
he is prepared to i'um:.!i Ihlot and Navy Dread, Water Crack
ers and other i.;iptions of
All of superior pia!ily and at
Prices to defy Competition !
I'.irti'S fur:ii-hii g their own flour for ship bread, will have it
mid'- up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD EEBAKED.
Onlers fri ui the other islands promptly attended to
N unarm Street.
TT Orders in Hono'ulu for shipi.ing to be left with Messrs
Wllcix, Richards V Co., (Jueeii Street. 3J1-Cm
FITOCBIiPHIC GALLERY f
Next Door to the Post-Office,
l'j Stairs, (vcr the Advertiser Office.
fJORTR A ITS AM) VIKYV'S TAKKX OV
B Gl-i-s, Paper. L-aih'-r, India Ru'r.l.er, and CARDS 1'E
X iSI-'K, in the latest style.
Cartes de Viiie Pliotoraphs
XYiil be takf.-n on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAY'S,
On which days those wishing Car l Photographs w.ll please call.
Pirturs inserted in Lockets. Rings, Iireast kc.
;;.;.-.mi II. L. CilASR
I.J lOI O V A. L .
HAVIXt; TAKKX THE vr.t.MJ if K.i"
ihut.ian. I Street, over the sh'.p formerly occupied by J .
I..x i.w opposite lii-ho;. 4- Co.'s bank, is now prepared to
execute ah r.b.rs for binding
Iiliixt ralrd X'rviii-ri,
yi ii siic.
Old lloohs. A.C.
Particular attention paid to re'.indirnr old a: d c'ir.iee books.
Mr. V. havir.e h id many years exj- rie.ice in bo. k-bir.dil.t' in
nil its t ranches, h'.pts to rejeive a share of lh-.- haziness required
in Ii eie'ulu.
Or b rs f.-i-.ra the other islands, s-houhl I- ncc-.r.ipa'ded with
particular iireft...:.s. as to the tj ie. and. if the work is to match
volumes previously bo-jnd, a sample volaine shmild be sent
with t! --jo!..
('o-jai hHMlii Xoticc !
TS"F H l VK THIS IAY ADMITTKI) Mr.
v T A II I N as a parsn r in oar business. The na styles
will we cont.1.11. 1 as I.. r.-t- f.re.
UTAI & A II EE.
IL.nolu'.a. Oct. '22, 102. SCO-Cm
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAWLINS.
frIIE PliOPRIETOIt IIAVIXO MADE
. considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
betr leave to annotir.ee to his Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
YELLOW SOAP :
equal, if not superior to the best imported.
X. I!. SOAP GREASE WANTED.
S. Iff. DOWSETT,
IS XOW rilEI'AltKDTO Fl'HMSII BCILD
in.r Material of every i.sor.i.tiou at the lowest Market
Or!- rs fr m the Country, an.l other islands solicited.
Luiuttr Yard 011 corner f Cueen a:id Fort streets. S J3-6m
S. H. DOW SETT,
Of y t: 11 ran sale at tiik i.u.miikk
YAlU, Corner of
Xoit A:. Ciiccii Stroots,
The f.-Ilon-inj; assortment of Lumber, at tlie
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
10:2, 11-2 feet 1 inch UoarJs,
10,109 " Hattdis.
IS. IIS 'J iuoh rianlv-s
4-.SSS " .Toiirjiictl and Grooved,
20,0G0 " 1 inch White Pine,
G,017 " 1 "
6,027 " H "
5,011 " tl " 41
5 21L' " 3 " " '
10'JO " Pickets.
14.1S5 by 2 Joists,
12,977 2 by 4 .
25,010 " 3 by 1
10.012 1 bv G
0,000 " 0 by 12 "
The attention c.f country dealers is respectfully solicited
this fine assortment.
C. II. LEXERS
f HAS COXSTAXTLV OX IIAXO, AT II IS
0-niiiu KiiUi l-'oi I V li-rrlimit Slr-rlM,
Oreiron 1 inch Hoards, rouch and planed,
do. Plank, 1J, 1, J and 3 inch,
do. Scantling of all size.
do. Tonpued and tlrooved Hoards, 1 and 1 inch.
REDWOOD l.mch Itoar.!-, rmnth and planed,
do. I 'lank, li, 1 J aud 2 inch,
do. Tongued and Grooved Hoards, 1 inch.
OREGON SOFT FINE 1 inch Hoards.
do. do. do. li, 1J, 2 and 3 inch Plank.
EASTERN FINE 1 inch Clear Hoards,
il l. do. i inch Tongued and Orooved R"oards,
do. do. Flank, (expected per HA Dt'dA and
EK1E.). li. li . ti and 3 inch,
do. ' tlo. 4, G and l'J feet Clapboards.
STIIXGLES Kotlwood and Oregon Cedar,
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
j C.luss, Whitewash and I'aiiit Itrushes.
And a full as-rtnifiit of
IH JI LUKES.!' IIAKHWABstH,
XVhich he offers f..r sate at LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
CC Ilavinr; Steam Alachincry on his
premises he is prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and Planing.
oot) -:;m ' C. II. LEWERS.
iinmjs; vi now rrni-jfi f
ii s w iff ill Km.
f.X LATH ARRIVALS
U 4")0 Doors, all siz-s and kinds,
nO iiiiowSash. ail kinds,
luO pair lilinds, a'.! siz. s.
12 O lass Doors atnl Itiinds, etc., complete.
For sa'.e at the lowest market prices, by
33i-oni c. II. LEWERS.
Sugar Keu: Shooks, Svn.p keg Shooks,
MAXl'FACTl'llKO FROM TIIK CAI.I
F"RNIA hite Fir Wo.l. Th.-e Sh-M.ks are of a su
perior quality, and can be sold by the undersigned at lower rates
than any oth-r li s iii.pi.rt'-d int this market.
Ord.-rs filled in ijUantitieS to suit purchasers.
3.!o-om WILCOV. RICHARDS & Co.
KRULL'S DAIRY BUTTER !
FAMILV GUOICRV k FEED STORE !
ODD FELLOWS HALL I
MMIIK SUPERIOR (U ALITY OF TIMS-
m ItL'TrEIt is now g-ii-raoy acknowledged in the commu
nity. It is male with the utmost care and cleanliness, un.br
Mr. K's own supervision, and tii -e who know him, know
that he is not w illing to l, t an inferior article Come into this
n.arket. For stale only at
ooS-oi.i A . D. CART WRIGHT'S.
PILOT & INJAVY BREAD.
OX II A XI) A XI) Ft) It SALE, Fre-.li IlnliOd
Pilot ar.d Navy Bread : Soda, Sugar, Hotter and Water
Crackers, in ar y qu ii.t.ty and at the lowest rates.
Parties fwnvi ding their own fiour, wiil have it baked up on
the 1 ow- s. terms.
IS .-i.ip breid rebuked. MILLER'S BAKERY,
333-Om Corner Qu en and Richard Streets.
Ex Speed weBI.-'
RESIl CRAXRERRIES 10-nl. Kry.,
Hainnien V Baker's 'jvter.
II.lfi.Kj. Ch ar P. rk,
A'iie-ar, &c.. Sc., c.
l 1 Sale bv
330-Cm WILCOX. RICHARDS ,t Co.
FOR SALE AltOI'T IOOO KAl'AI MADE
rood substantial Mat Hags, for Sugar or Salt, at
0O KAl'AI MAI) I
for Sugar or Salt, at
vos HOLT II FUCK'S.
AN EXCELl.E.XT SEAL PRESS, NEW
jL and strong. For bide by
II. M. WHITNEY'.
paixtkr, ivvim:k-ii.vx:i:is, &c,
Opp. tiite Lewis A; Norton's Cv -jH-raee, King St, S34-ly
Kiiijy Stroi't, near Hie Rethrl.
C1AL1FOKMA AM) HAWAIIAN Id.MIl,
J Cr.MKNT and HIUi'KS. for sale. Fire-works of every
description attended to. Hoofs covered with Couilosiliou or
Slate, and warranted.
Orders from the other Islands thankfully received and
attended to at the lowest prices. 3Ji-Cm
Cabinet llal.cr, I'tiilcrtitl. or, and
TJ1." 1 1 OLS' r 13 1
GOLD At KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for picture and other frames.
a. .j. ii?kb:aai:v,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Xinmiiii Si. nbovr It. Lotr'a Sienna lliihrrj.
."1 stlt Iv I I'l(i 1 n- ..x,
cd from It. RAMSEY, and warranted. j?fy?v
Orders respectfully solicited and at- 't- "VP
tended to w ith dispatch. li ll-Jiu
JAMES aTbL RDICK
IX REMOVIVG HIS lU'SIXKSS
to his new COOI'FH AGE on the" Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this nptortuni(y of rctprn
ing )iis sincere thanks to his friends and thd
pul'lic in general, for the support Bnd patron
age which thev have been ideased to erant
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to Imai
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 3-14-ly
F. Iff. A: m. SKGFLfftlSjV,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
MA.M'FACTI'IIKIIS A X l nEALERS
- A In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zii
IJMR PIPKS UID.aaD RLTAIRED,
Z2f ShlJ? Work promptly executed. 3
" . cr,o-ly
ta.ub;s .j. o'nJNVi-i-ii,
I'rac(ical Rouse and Shiii'lMuCr
ft lirlMlACMC KA.MS, 1.IFTIXO F.ircc
f t T Pumps, Hath Tubs, Wash Stands, Wat-r CloseU, oto.,
f f fitted up in the best manner. All work doue at th
Very lowest rates aud H-rfect satisfaction warranted.
Vv'orkshop on King SLreet, in same building with Oo. C.
Boot and Shoe Maker, Ejfri
Nuuanu St., east side, above Hotel St.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with rvalues,
and dispatch. .".iiS-ly
ff. 1. MUGUIZS,
I M PO KT F. It At M A X I' F A C-
TURElt of all kind of Saddlery, Car- -'Vr5''
ri'ik'e Triinn. inc. Mattress milking 'i-
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
2ST All orders prtimjitly atteniled to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu.
S I I I T3 s m r T 1 1: 1
BEfi TO INFORM TIIK I'lTliMO THAT
he has attain commenced business iii the al-ove lioe.'and
hopes, tiy strict attention, to merit a share of the public patron
age which was formerly be-to wed on him, not forfeiting to re
turn thanks for past favors.
The undersigned has re-opeued the shop formerly occupied by
Mr. Robert Hrown, near the Custom House, on the Esplanade,
where he is prepared to execute all kinds of work in the ISlack
sniiths' line in a workmanlike manner and with dispatch.
oai-om WM. CROC RETT.
C. U. WE I,. LEA .TBS
I'ahirit't 3Iakcr and Turner.
rglHK OLD STAM), HOTEL STREKT.NEAa
H the corner of Kort.
Furnitureofall kin. Is made and r- pnired.
On hand and for sal-, HEADY MADE FURNITURE. Koa
Hoards, Joist and Plank; Cedar, liiack Walnut and Cherry
lioards; Rosewood and Maho-jariy Yen. ' ring.
A large assortment of Oilt Moulding, and large Bized Ohms.
A variety of Roeking. Diiiine. othc-and Children'H Chairs.
Polish p, Collins on hand and man to order. 320-1 J
Cai jiciilcr. Iiiiildcr, l udci l;ikcr and
mm ii SECOM-ii
Call nnil Examine my Stock, before
At 1117 .lip, poiili- Carltvrilils FeedSlorf,
Fori Slr.-.-l. 338-6m
m. IIOl'SE l ARPEMEH, L, Ml
Kiii Street, opposite the Redid,
fLlX Fl'RXITl'RE MADE AT REA
N. B. S. J. makes no charge f.,r plar.s, Pp'-cificatioii", and
every information appertaining to buildings.
" LOCK AND
a "lt s vr 1 t 1-1.
THE I'XDERSIGXED REGS LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly occupied
by (i. Si lers, and is ready to execute all orders in
his iiiie with neatness and dispatch.
P. S. Particuiarattention paid to re p.-dring Sewing Machines
JAMES A. HOPPER
33s-ly Kaahumanu tr
IHOIST WORKS f
fIIE CXDERSIGXEI) IS PREPARED TO
1 furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINOs, and all kinds cf
Machinery and Smith's Work at the Shortest Notice and
srairicA'cixEs and boilers
MADE TO ORDER.
XT CONSTANTLY" ON HAND A supply or Anvils Caa
Boxes, Forge Backs, Chain Stoppers, Sash Weights, Stove Plater
and Linings, Dumb Bells, kc, Lc.,kc
335-1 y TnoMjtqnrjpngA. ., -