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PI'I!I.SKI WEEKLY uv
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I.illlf by Littlr.
One step, ai.-l then nr. oil., r.
Ami tlx: !. igest a!k is .-nd'-d ;
Onr t.n h an 1 then kti..t!,pr,
And the loi'irest rent is nn-rJ'-J ;
One brick upon another,
And the huhe-t wall is made ;
On- 11. ike u-x.-i another.
And the de-peit snow is laid.
So the littie coral workers.
By th.-ir slo-r and constant motion,
Have l.uilt tle'ie pretty isl.tn.li
In the distant dark -blue e.ui ;
And the nut'li-K nrl-rt-ikifis
Man's i-fc..Ti hath coiuti !,
By ot-rf jwMt"J erT.rts
Have been p'.ti.-ntly achieved.
Then tl-i liot Io..i dish-artelied
OVr th wort you have to Jo,
Ami say that :h a mighty task
V..11 nrvrr ca.i get through ;
just en.t:ior day ty il.iy
Another poini t gain,
Ai..i s-xiri the iii-Hjntaui which you feared
"rt ill prove to,l.- a plain.
ll' me ws not budd-d in a day,"
The anrir-j.t proverb lache ;
Ar.l Nature ty i-r tries and Bowers,
The unit Jil sermon preach- j.
Tii.r.k Hot i f far oil iluti-,
liut ol ilaiir-i vhich are nar ;
Ami having on'-rr tx-irun th work,
Rni'Sve t -r re.
Rkbel Rams The rebel ram Finnut. G!.igor
rcrtw ste iui r, which run the Ll.x-k Je, wi to h.ie !
L:i-n rti.lj Lj this time ut S.ivmimj ill. In bie ami i
slj Ie the will Le like the .Merrinntc, Lut is tij.ecte J i
t be even more powrrful. A.Iaiirul Ifiipont awaiH '
uerconiin. 1101 wituout ftpprchenis-jii, but without
fear. He w confi lent of his aliilitjr to siuk the Fin
gal, giant as she is or id iiineJ after one with hid
Hjjj thip, the Wabi'sh. The fl.g-8hip is kept in
continual rev lines.", with sicim up anl springs on
Ler Cibkd, an.l her ppar-deck Iciltery of one anj
two hamlrol pounJ farrotts .lotiUe sbotttd. Fort
l'iilaki, to, ty which she 1nu.1t p ss, is desirous of
trying iti metul upon her. It nuw mounts a full bet
of gund. the heari-it of which Lear upon the northern
channel of the Hfanuih riter. anJ is garrisoned by
1,000 men The artillery ofiioer asserts his conn
deace in hi ability to diaLIe the Fin gal while ehe is
passing the Fort.
The Defkcts is Iri-a'-Clads Kkmkdif.d. In a few
weeks, says the New York Tribune, the my iron
clad man-of-war in the world, perfectly mailed from
stern to stern, will b in the eerrice of the Navy de
part merit. Tbe Warrior, (iloire. JS'eto Ironside.
and all other vessels covered with iron, are exceed
ing weak in the bows and ."tern, where they thould
be strongest, or have nrtificial guards built to receive
the plating. This is because crooked places, curves,
and so forth, could not in any ordinary way be pro
tected with so thick a substance as the straight lines
ct vessel.' In the R&inoke all this is remedied.
The shape of the ves el is not altered, no extra
addition is made to her hull, and yet tbe full 4.72
inches of iron are on the bow and stern, as well as
on the eide. Everett, of the United States Naval
Engineer Corps, who was on the iittura in the
Cable expeditions, has been enabled, by the liberality
of the Novelty Iron" Works, to effect this. Already
foreign officers are prying into the plan; which is
simply to bend the plates. This proceeding, how- j
ever, is so laborous and expensive that up to this j
time there has been found but one man with courage j
enough to try it.
Cts. Mitchell. This gallant office'r who did
much, and of whom much was expected, died of yel
low fever at Beaufort, South Carolina, lately. A
Hilton Head correspondent of the New York Post
lately said of him :
Gen. Mitchell is abrut GO years of age, a Ken
tuckiau by birth, an l .1 man of lull military educa
tion, having graduated ut West l'uint in lS'J'J. In
person be was rather tpare, in stature rather ?!iort;
with a heal capacious, finely shaped and firmly set,
an attractive and beaming countenance, every fea
ture and every motion full of ineiliuence and anima
tion. Therewithal he is a man of keen discernment
and larg discourse; switt-thoughted; tluer.t and elo
quent of speech ; free and genial in his disposition ;
quick and firm of purpoe;of clear and intense per
ceptions, and sound and steady judgment. All wh j
have met Liiu in the lecture room must have admired
the enthusiasm and whi le ouKdness of the man in
whatever he does or says. Yet a strung force of
judiciousness goes h.mi in hand with his enthusiasm.
He is indeed brilliant, but not dishy; Li brilliancy
is that of a solid, not of a surface. Whether discours
ing the harmony of the stars or the cause of his
betrayed and bleeding country, he is still theemlodi
nieot of enerjrj an 1 elxjueucc, with a remarkable
power of kiudiing his hearers, aud nVshing his energy
through them. In brief, his mind abounds in eiuew
and grip, and his spirit is brimful of what we call
snap ; the two together making him bold and stroug
in conception, rapid nr.d fiery in execution. As a
military commander be has, perhaps, more J'elic Hat
a ndar. in his Composition than any other t f our
Generals now in the Cel 1. Oh. that he had an army
cf iO.OUO men, and a navy ready to asperate in giv
ing a fining entertainment to the chivalry of Charles
ton." The .Uabaum nl'in ibr "2 HO."
Notwithstanding the doubts which have been
thrown upon the fact, the Alabama and 290 are
identical, as will be seen from the following para
graph from a Liverpool paper, dated Sept. 1st:
The Jlnhama left Terceira Auz. 21, in company
with the Confederate gui.boat Alabama (formerly the
2J0,) Capt. Setnmes, comruander, on board cf which
the Jiiiham't ha 1 shipped an armament of heavy
guns. The latter al-o brings back 40 of the crew of
tbe Alabam.t. one of whom reports that she had
proceeded on a cruise. About 4'J extra hands ship
ped at Terceira.
Terceira is one of the Azores and thin! in the
group. After fitting out here the Alabama departed
on her piratical caieer.
As to the probability cf her capture. Mr. G. V.
Blunt coaitnuuicares the following information :
I started upon the basis that a vessel at sea would
Le eccn from the foretopsail yard of another at a dis
tance cf 2') miles; two vis-els must, then.be station
ed not more than 40 miles apart to see one par-sin-;
between them. The route between Sable Island and
the chops of the British Channel has an extent of
more than 240 miles in latitude; this would require
7 Tessels in a North and South line, 40 miles apart.
In longitude, the distance is over 2,100 miles say
2,000; this would require 51 vessels in longitude,
making, in all 357 ve-se! to catch one.
Again, this route will not be within two hundred
and fifty miles of the Azores, where the Alabama
was last heard from; and she has all the rest of the
area of the ocean to crui.se on.
Two well-known instances of the difficulty of even
trZ at can be quoted. Nelson chased
the French fleet which carried Napoleon to Kgypt.
P.3 without seeing it, and afterwards found it at
the Nile; he afterwards followed Admiral Vilineu-.e
to the West ladies, and did not fall in with him until
the t rench aud Spanish fleet came out at Cadiz to
ht at Trafalgar. . .
j. ji. oli:,
r.LCrKSSOK TO A. P. EVKKLTT.)
At hit late r.x.im, (Jumti ?tr;et.
11. v. si:vi:ji ack,
AXJ) COMMISSION MEIICIIAXT.
Will cocitiiiue tutiici at the oM ktaud oil Queen trf-t.
c;. 11. i,i: i:ks.
Luiutxrraml t.ui! linr mat. ri;t!s,K..rt ?'t. Honolulu. 3'20-ly
II. F. SNOW,
IMI'ORTKR AND Vi'.A I. Kit IX K X K K A I. M KKCH AX 1I5K,
Honolulu. Onltu. II. I. SJu-ly
H. VOSHOLT. TH. C. HKICX.
Von HOLTA IllirCK,
Ueneral Commission Merchant". Honolulu. ;thu. S. I. 3'JO-ly
AMIX. J. t AKTWllKJIlT,
Cuinniissioti M-n-hant and (Jener il Shipping Agei.t, Honolulu,
Oahu, H.I oJO-ly
; 1:0 iter, nou'K,
Lumber Merchant Yard on Cornr H.i-x S-i akk, New Ks-
j anion. :ki:i: a co.,
Cininii..-i Merchant Fiie-I'roof lluildir.gs, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, liVJ. UJ-Iy
A. S. CLECHORN,
Iealer in (ieneral Merchandise, tire-proof store eorn-r of Ka-
ahumaiiu and iu:n s:re ts. opoite M.ikev"s Itl.x k.
Also, Retail -tallishnieiit !! Xuoai.u f.-t, :il.ove Km. 1
XT Island l"r-Juie l.ouht and o.l. Inland onl.-rs caivfaMy j
attended to. lii-ly j
MKitCHAX'T TAII.UR , on F.rt Street. opposite Huress S;.ti.-v 1
U-tweeri Km if and Merchant Streets, "Oj
Cloth. Cassiincrea and Vi -tin-s ul.i. s on hand, anil cloth-
iiirC ma.le up in the hest st le. ?.I&-y i
J. If. WOOD, j
Manufacturer, ImM.rt.-r and I. al' r in It-xits and Shoes of every '
description. Mine r'indins, I'ump Sole, Rimini;, Harness,
and l'ate'r.t heath, rs. Calf, lioat. Hosf, and Ruck Skins,
Trunks, V alise. .p;rrii.kr liloves, foils, and Masks, Mack
ifi.', Ilnishes, Hosiery, Xc. X.c. ISriek Shoe store, rorn.-r of
Fort and Merchant sis.. Honolulu, H. I. 0-ly
E. O. HALL,
ImiH.rter and Iea!er in Hardware, Pry GixmIs, Paints, Oils, a n
iee..cral Merchandise, corner of Fort and Kinj; street 30-ly
Cabinet Sinker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 3JO-ly
IIO.YOLITr.IT ST E A 31 FLOUR 3IILL o.
Proprietors. O. P. J L'II, S. SAYID-JK, and C. II. LKWERS
G. P. JrDD, Purchasing A Kent.
S. SAVinot, Sel'ini; Arent.
C. II. Lkwkks, Treasurer.
W. a. ALIIR1CH, J. S. WALKER, 8. C. ALI-fci.
ALDR1CH, WALKER & CO.,
Importer! ami Commission Merchant-i Dealers in General
Merchandise, ami Agents fr the Sale of Island proiluce.
Agents tor the Lihue, letcalf, and PrinceVille Plantations.
IT O T A.TI.Y
Office, Court House, up stairs.
II. IIACKFELH A CO.
Oahu, S. I.
CUAS. K. BISHOP.
WM. A ALDRICH-
IIISIIOP V. CO.,
Rankers. Office in the east comer or "'Makee's lllock," on
. Kaahumanu street, Hon jlulu.
I 'raw Rills of Kch.ini on
Messrs. Ghivnkll. Mixti-rs .t Co., New York.
llKNhr a. Pikkck, Ksq., - Roston.
Messrs. Moki;an, SroNt .Sc Co., - S:m Francisco.
Will receive d-pos.ts, discunt iirst-class business pair, and
attend to collecting, eic. 3Jo-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, 11:1 .,-Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest uotice, on reasonable term
Kills of exchange wanted. 3'20-ly
I). X. ilitni:h.
Continues his old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma
nu street. ,
Chronometer rated by observations of the sun and star
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and uadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 32o-ly
l C. WATERMAN CO..
CO M V ISSIO. ,V KRClJ .V TS.
Esjeeial attention paid to rhe interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase aud sale of Exchange, 'oi'l.
Hone, General Merchandise. the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlasp. J n., Jfc Co., N'ew Bedford
W. ;. P,.i k, Esq., ,lo.
Mohoa.v. Sn.sr ,V Co., San Fraiic.'aro.
Mt'Rt'KK A; Mkrrill, do 320-ly .
i r rv
ALE and PORTER,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL MERCIIAXT,
Importer of China and other g hvU, ,..v.!er in sugars. nj.Masse,
co'T.-e.rii-e. funicus, kc, on King street, nest door to Mrrs.
Catle A; Cooke. 3nO-ly
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in ien.-ral
Meri-handise. Ke-j, constantly on hand a fall assortment
orr.iercha.i l:,e, for the supply of Whal-n and Merchant
A ( K NTS FOR TIIK
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Hark Cmi-.' Citpl. Ju.. Siuilh.
ou.i- llfrtttr." I'm pi. John I'aly,
"Vimfcrr." Citpl Tnylor.
One or the al.ve vessel will l-e dispatched regularly every
three week-s, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All or the above vessels have sui-rior accommodations ror
Passenrers. for whom every comfort wiil 1 atfor.lt 1.
Through Kit's Ivling. will be jrivenat Honolulu, for merchtn
dise to Xew York or Boston, the freight being r- -hipj-ed a! San
Francisco, on board first class cl:pjcrs without extra expense
shipp.-rs can also procure at Boston or New York, through
Bills Lading, f.r freight shipped via San Francisco, of Mes-rs.
Gl.d b n A; Wil!i-ms, Boston and Messrs. W.T. Coleman Co.,
New York. Meosi-s. McRuer if Merrill, Agents for Regular
Dispatch Line, at Sail. Franci-seo. " 2'Ji-ly
II OXOLULU. HAWAIIAN
I1C. J. JIOTT SMITH,
Offiee o.irn.r of Fort and Hotel Streets. 032-ly
i:. HOFFMANN, M. I.,
Physician and Sunreon, Make,.' Hlick, corner Ciueen and Kaa
H. STAX(iKNWALl), 31. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Lit.- XV r York City IiinsHry lh vsici.m, meinlH-r the
Me. lieu hirursioal College and of the I'atholoijical S?ociety
of X-.-w ..rk.
Offltv at Ir. Ju.U's Iruij ftore, on Fort Street. Kesi.lei.ce in
Xuuanu Valley, opposite that of E. O. Hall, I!9.. ;!oO-ly
J. Y. AUSTIN,
ATTOUXKV AXI COI XSKLOR AT LAW.
OfHo- in Honolulu Home, over the Host Office. 3.!0-lv
JOHN II. I'ATY,
Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Inlands.
3 13-1 y
A. S. CRINBAUM &
Iuij-.rters and Wholesale Keal-rs in Fashionalde Cl ihinp.
Hats. (:t.s. Roots and Shoes, and every variety of Ocnile
li.eirs Superior Furni.hin Ciomls. Store, formerly occu
pied .y W. A. Aldiich, Ksip, in Makee's lllock. "Queen
Street. Honolulu, Oahu. 330-ly
. HIJi:wi:it 2d,
Ueueral Merchant and Agent for the sale of the products of the
llrewer 1'lani.ition. 3J4-ly
W. N. I. A HI),
Importer and Iea!er in Hiumuhb, Ccti.kht, Mki-hanics
lool.s ail.l ACHICl l.Tl KAL I HPI.KMHNTS, Fort street, lb mo
Aent for the Itri iiien and I)r..-.-den Hoard of t'nderwriterr- All
avcr-iee cl.iims airainst the sai.l I'nderivritcrs, occurrir.ir in
or aU.ut this Kingdom, will have to he certified before him.
B. F. EHLERS,
In Dry Goods, .! 1 11, K:c
Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, 11. I.
HOOT and SIO KM A K Kit. Hotel street, between X'uuanu
and Maunakea streets. 3 JO ly
M E LCHERS & CO.,
Iinporlcrs and CoiHiiiisini
AOKXTS FOR TIIK
IlAMBrRCII-IlKtMKX FlBR Insikanck CoMPaST.
Kaiwiki Sii:ar Plantation,
Tobkv Sioak Plantation.
GfSTAV C. MUCBKKS,
J. 1. WlCKK,
F. A. PCIIAKFER,
SAM I.. N. CASTLK. AMOS. S. COOK K.
CASTLE A. COOKE,
Iinjdrters and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fireproof Store in King street, opposite the
Ir. Jaynes Medicines,
Wheeler A- Wilson's Sewinj? Machines,
The New Kiiu'Iand Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
assets J .'..'l.'iOluo,
Raynol.l.s, bevoe Ai Pratt Importers and Manufacturers of
Paints, Oil and Yarnish. ami Crystal Coal Oil,
C. Van Home A: Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
A. P. CARTKR,
CHA.-. II. X.CST
. C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Ollllll, II. I.
John. M. lloon. Esq
Ja.mks Hi nnkwkli., Es., "
ClIAKI.K.- I'KKWKH, Esq.,
H. A. Phio k. Esi., y
Mkssks. McRi'kR & Mkrrii.i., )
Cuts. Woi.cott lir.ooKS, Ks.,l"
Mkssks. Wm. Pc.stal .c Co.,
.MK.-SII.S. I'KKLK, UlllBKLL & Co.,.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu, II. I.
His Ex. R. C. Wyllie, ... Honolulu.
H. F. Snow, Esq., .... '
C. A. Wu hams .t Co., . . "
t'llAS. P.KKWKH, Esq., .... u
W ll.CoX. Rl ll AHD i Co "
lbM.M ,V SoN, . . . "
Tiios. Si'Kscer, Esq.,
H. 1'K tiNsoN, Esq., ...
It. Pitman. Eq.,
Mi Kick X Mklhii.i.,
C W. Rit .oKs .V Co.,
J. T. Lawto.v, Esq., ...
ToHIS, R'toS. ."c Co. ...
Fiki.d A; Kick
a r, i, i: x x it i: it u ill,
SI I'CKSSoRS TO
Gieorjro W. acy,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping busines
at the above ort, where they are prepared to furnih the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potat.n-s, and such other re
cruits as are requirec by whale ships al the shortest notice,
a'ld on the most reasonable terms. 3-O-ly
Dealer in (ieneral .Merchandise, hland Produce,
rc, and Coin wission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive a s.irtuier.t or every
deseripti'-ii "f ir ls r-.juired by ships and others. The
highest price given f r I?!at..l Pro.luce.
Money advanced for Rills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo, February 3. lSol 21). Jy
II.1W,UI.1. SOAP LldOM!
WM. H."hUDDY !
AV1NO RECEIVED A IARf.E AND FULL
k of material, is prepared to supplv his customers
and the public, with tlie Wl Yellow, UroHii uud
While MAP. ALi-O
SOFT A.I OIT f-iOAT.
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Slap grease always wanted. 333-ly
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAWLINS.
riMIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
m considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
begs leave to anmunee to his Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal, if not superior to the best imported.
N. li. SOAP GREASE WANTED.
Xuuuil illariiio Insurance Company,
I'MIKRSICNKD HAVING UKEX
Airenls f.r ttie atove coinpAiiv, 1.,. Lsv. t.-.
a .rra t:ie the public, that they are now prepared to iue
M A 11 1 X E I N S F R A N C K I'OLICIE
or. Cargo. Freii.'!it and Treasure.
II. HACKFELn & CO.
Honolulu, March, ' 302-ly
II A M It U KC II. It H i: M I'N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
nmiK UXDEKSlfiXKl), A cents or the above Com
M pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire ill and
ab ut 11 nolulu.
For particulars apply at the office.
MKLCHKKS & CO.
llono.ulu Oct. 11.1S57. 3i0-ly
Southwest corner of Washing
ton mid Itattery street.
MMK CVDKIiSlGXKI) ARK I'RKI'A UKI)
t- issue " Marine Insurance inilicies." each beinir resnon-
sit.le for the sum writtcu 011 the Policies against his own uaiue
oily, and for luins. ii" aud not for others or any of them.
Jens Paikott. Jamks Uilvaiiik.
ti'rlom.K (!. Johnson,
Wll.I IAM K. Haiikos,
Jauis It. Hac'IN,
;J. Muni Moss.
ALKRICH, WALK Kit i CO. Apents.
Honolulu. II. I.
rCltocIIinjjs nntr Jlral estatr.
THE COTT.HiKd.V RF.RETANIA Si..
tienr the i-oriwe ,.t l..i-..i'iti.. .....I l....ni.i. ...-i . ...
w--...-. v. ..v .......a .....a . uiliiiimi 3LII.TI5
recently ocjupn-d by A. Potter, Fs.p,
For further particulars applv to
Sil t A. K. CLAKK.
EST.tTE FOR SALK.-Tlir
L'ndersivned offers for ale
That Desirable Residence
In Nuuami Valley, adjoining tlie iremispsi of C. Brewer, 2d,
Es(., and Capt. J. Paty. There lire 2 acres of choicest garden
Ian 1, w. ll stocked witU fruit and ornamental trees. The house
Contains a larjre parlor and dining-room, two large bed-rooms,
one -mall Jo., ilres-mr rooms, pantry, china closet, store-room.
There is a -rood c.M.k room, servants' rooms, stable, carriage
house, tool ious wood sh.-.l, Ac. 4-c. Title Fee Simple.
Terms easy. Inquire of J. W. Austin, Esq., or
Honolulu, Nov. IS, lsGJ. 3o'.l-6r, J. Fl'LLER.
STEAM BISCUIT BAKEBY f
riHIE I'XDEIISICXKI) AVOI'LI) RFS
I pecifully inform his friends and the public generally that,
he Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery being now in full nieration.
he .s prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Bread, Water Crack
ers and other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
1'arth b rurnishinf-: their own flour for ship bread, will have it
uiaJe up at the lowest possible rales.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to
jy 0rders-in Honolulu r.r shiiqing to be left with Messrs
W Ileo.v, Richar ls S Co., Queeu Street. 324-tiui
FMOefflC GALLERY !
Next Door to the Post-Office,
Irp Stairs, Over the Advertiser Olfice.
IJORTR A ITS ANI VIEWS TAKEN ON
Glass, Pajier, Leather, India Rubber, and CARDS DK
VlilTE, in the latest style.
Carles de Viilc Photographs
Will lie taken on
TUESDAYS, THI RSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
On which days those wishing Card Photographs w'.ll please call.
Pi.iir.-8 inserted in Lockets, Kings Breast Pins, .to.
S33-3m H. L. CHASE.
EORGK W. YOIiHJM,
TTAVING TAKEN THE STAM) ON KA-
ahumanu Street, over the shop
formerly occupiel by J.
bank, i now prepared to
l.'''"kl, op.site Bishop 4- Co.'s
execute ab or iers for binding
Illut rn teil Yew.pnprri.
.A I ii i;a i
OM ftoolin. A.C.
Particular attention paid to rebindiiig old at.d choice -oks.
Mr. V. havitij had many years exjierierxe in ls.k -binding in
all its branches, hopes to receive a share of the business required
orders from the other islands, should be accompanied with
particular directions, as to the style, and, if the work is to match
volumes previously bound, a sample volume, should be sent
with the j.,b.
CHAMPION OF FASHION !
VIIKX you ivili n I'lraMint Sbnif,
v T As g.J as Barber ever gave,
dust call on rne at my Saloon,
Rosy morn r;r busy ii.n,
r any time when you can stay,
Or on the morn of Sabbath day.
My r. -ra is neat, my towel clean,
Scissor- sharp and rn .rs keen ;
And everything I think you'll find
To suit your t-.ste or please your mind ;
Ami then I move as true a hand,
As any artist in the land ;
And ai! my art and skill can do.
Just call ou me ami I'll do for you.
WILKERSON, Merchant Street,
Nearly opposite the Merchant's Exchange, where he is pre
pared to attend to his friends in a satisfactory mariner.
S. II. DOWMKTT,
IS NOW I'RKl'AKKItTO Fl'
iiiit Material of every description at
RMS II 1:11 LD
the lowest Market
inrf Material of every
Ortlers trmn tne country, una utner isiaoas .v.ii.ca
Lumber Yard on Cornel of Queen and Fort Streets.
L U M
S. H. DOW SETT,
OFFER. FOR SAt.E AT. THE H MHKll
VARU, comer of
Fort fc Ciio-n Streets,
The following assortment of I.umlx r, at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
102,112 feet 1 inch IJoarJs.
2 inch Planks-,
Tong-up.l and (irooved,
1 inch White Tine,
J "L n .4
3 " i
2 by 2 Joists,
2 by 4
3 by 4
4 bv 6
G by 12 "
The attention of country dealers is resjieot fully solicitetl to
this fine assortment. 333 3m
C. II. LETTERS
TTAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AT HIS
" LUMBER YARD!
Oprninc on Kiug, Fort &. Mfcrejli1" "4'e-jr
Oregon 1 inch Boards, rough and planed,
do. Plank, 1, 1', 'i aud 3 inch,
do. Scantling of all giies,
do. Tongned and Orooved Boardu, 1 and 11 inch.
REDWOOD 1 nu ll Boards, rough and planed,
do. Plank, li, 1" and i meh,
ilo. Tongued and Oroove.l Boards, 1 inch.
OKKGON SOFT PINE 1 inch Boards.
do. do. do. 11, 1", 2 and 3 inch Plank.
EASTERN PINE 1 inch Clear Boards,
do. do. j inch Tnngued and Grooved Boards,
do. do. Plank, (expected jier RADUliA and
ERIK.), li, lj, 2 and 3 inch,
do. Uo. 4, 6 and 12 feet Clapltoards.
SHINGLES Redwood and Orciron Cedar.
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
(Jlass, Whitewash ami Paint Brushes.
And a full assortment of
Which he offers rr sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
CC7"" Having Steam Machinery on his
premises he is prepared to execute orders
Sawincr and Pianincr.
C. H. LEWERS.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, nuSa
EX LATE ARRIVALS
46u Doors, all sizes and kinds.
200 Window Sash, all kinds,
100 pair Blinds, all sizes,
12 Glass Doors ami Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
333-3m C. II. LKWER3.
KRULL'S DAIRY BUTTER !
FAMILY uliOlElir k FEED STORE !
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
npiIE SCPERIOR (IUALITY OF THIS
M B UTTER is now generally acknowledged in the commu
nity. It is made with the utmost care and cleanliness, under
Mr. K's nu supervision, and those who know him. know
that he i not w illing to let an inferior article come into this
market. For Sale only at
3"iS-3m A. D. CART WRIGHT'S.
PILOT & NAVY BREAE
ON HAND AND FOR SALE, Fre.h Rnkrd
Pilot and Navy Bread ; So-1a, Sugar, Butter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties providing their own flour, will have it baked up on
the lowest terms.
XJ- Ship bread rebaked. MILLER'S BAKERY,
SisS-Cm Corner Queen and Richard Streets.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
From Europe and the Eastern States,
LARGE INVOICES OF
T'.-, T;i ne.v Goods,
Baskets, Wooden and Willow Ware,
Children's Carriages, Hobby Horses,
All of which are offered to the trade very low, by the cae or
TIIIRALER & ZINN'S
Nos. 3'J0 and 322 Battery Street,
334-3u Between Comm. and Clay Sts., San Francisco.
Co-partnership Notice !
WE HAVE THIS DAY ADMITTED Mr.
AHIN as a partner in our business. The rra styles
will we continued as heretofore.
Honolulu. Oct. 22, 15C2. 3."5-
UTAI k A II EE.
aVIsxt I3oj2TJ- 3Iat I3li k.-s.
FOR SALE ABOUT lOOO KAUAI MADE
F'K1 substantial Mat Bagu, for Suirar or Salt, at
234 :j ui
vox HOLT & HEUCK'3.
I'KK AX MM.
WJIOLK ,. U45.
i VOL. VII. . 7.
PAINTKK, IMIMlll.HANOKlt, Ac,
Opitotite U-wis A; Norton's Coojurae, King sL C34-ly
Kin: S(reet, near (lie Bethel.
pAbiniKXIA AM) HAWAIIAN l.l.MK,
KM EX T and 11RU KS. for sale.
ire- .irk or every
with CouipotiiLioii or
description attet.led to. Roofs covered
KLites, and warranted.
XJ trdera from t!ie other Islands thankfully received and
attended to at the lowest prices. Xl4-3iu
Cabinet Maker, Undertaker, and
GOLD At KOA MOULDINGS.
Suitable for picture and other frames.
A. J. Ifl'KUXXISY,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Niiuitnu Si. nbov R. Lore's Strnut ItiiUrrr.
..ii aiiiin 1 fit t . it
. - . . ... ...... ... .... ........ -
ituiii ik.t .i r. i , huh wnrritnieu. f-.vr
Orders rcsectfully solicited and al-
tended to witlt dispatch.
34 1 :iin
IN REMOVING II IS RITSI N ESS
to his new COOPER All K on tlit Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opMirtunity of rctprn
mg his sincere thanks to his friends and lh
F public in general, for the supiort and patron-
age whicli thev loir, twn i.l.n..l t. ....o...
him f ir the past teu years, and hopes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness in the execution r all order intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 334-ly
I?. M. fc O. SEGKLK KiV,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
rt-K M A X C F.t CTUK ERS AND DEALERS
-''1 T Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AM) REPAIRED,
G?" Ship Work promptly executed.
JAMES J. O'IIOXIYKTjIj,
Vactical House and Ship Plnniher.
A IflDRAT'MO R A MS. LIFTING F.rro
"fr Pumps, Bath Tubs, .. aU Stands, Water Closets, etc.,
fQ fitted up in the tiest niannt-r. All work done at the
very lowest rates and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Workshop on King Street, in same building with Geo. C.
Siders. 319-on .
JBoot and Shoe Maker,
Nuuanu St., east side, alx.ve Hotel St. V-L
All Orders entrusted to us will be. attended to with neatnes, .
and dispatch. o38-ly
T. P. HIJGIII'S,
I M PO RT E R 6c M A N IT FA C- .
Tl'REK of all kind of Saddlery, Car- yrfji
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
m All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hold street, Honolulu. 32'-ly
SI-IIPSMIT 23 !
11KG TO INFORM THE PURLIC THAT
I 9 he has again commeiiceil business i.i the above line, and
hopes, by strict attention, to merit a share of the public patron
age which was formerly bestowed on him, not forgetting 0 re
turn thanks for past favors.
The undersigned has re-oiened the shop formerly occupied by
Mr. Robert Brown, near the Custom House, on the Esplanade.
where he is prepared to execute all kinds of work in the Black-
smiths' line in a workmanlike manner and with dispatch.
331-3m WM. CROCKETT.
C. Ii. WIL.L.IAMS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
milE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
A the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repair!.
On hand and for Bale, READY MADE FUUNlTUItK. Koa .
Boards, Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahoeany Veneerinir.
A larne assortment of Gilt Moulding, and larpe sized Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Oflice and Children's Chairs.
Polishpa Collins on hand and niao, to order. C20-j'
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
HOKE URPEflER, L,
Ivinpj Street, opposite the Iiethel,
LAIN FURNITURE MADE AT REA-
N. B. S. J. makes no charge f,r Plans, Sp.-cifications, and
every information appertaining; to buildings.
GUNS I T II.
TUP: UNDERSIGNED RES LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shon formerlv occunie,!
AX by . Siders, ami is ready U execute all orders in
his line with neatness and dispatch.
P. S. Particular attention paid to repairing Sewing Machhiia
JAMES A. HOPPER
3C3-ly Kaahumanu tr-i
IROX-T WORKS f
UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
Ml furnish IKON and BRASS CASTINGS, nml all kinds of
Machinery and Smith's
Work at the Shortest Notice and
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
XT CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply of Anvils, Car
Boxes, Forge Backs, Chain Su-ppers, Sash Weights, Stove Platea
and Linings. Dumb Bells, &.C., Lc. kc
235-ly THOMAS HUGI1F.3
DEALER I E I