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PCBI.IMI ED WKKKI.V HV
1IK.MC1 M. III I NK. . J
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY S. ISU3.
MY DOl.UKS PER AX MM.
VOL. VII. .. JS. W HOLE .No. 340.
ft i 'ivmiivt
Rif BBnnniiBanBM (i u
WorU are lighter -.ho the ctoul f-.m
Ol the restless pry ;
Vainer than the triu.bhr.tr shadow,
That th oet h'nr lira: 14;.
By the (ai! of summer rain dr. p
Isjh air a deeply stirred ;
A rut the rve leaf that wt tread a
M ill cu'.I: v a word.
Yet oa the dull s.lenee breaking,
W1C.1 a liKtniriir flash, ft word.
Bearing eri:, de-ulaliua
On it li(t.Cin I heard.
Earth 0.1 f. r; no kreucr neapou,
IVil.o stirer death fm! iaio(
And tl. cruel e:liO ar.iwrrj
TLr'jiiN loiitC .years ax.ua.
I Lave known cce w.id Lan itar-Iie
O'er a titrry wat: of year,
Aul it i n1 il uu the t.rhtcr
I-kfl at thruuit a ntUt of teara,
Wtiie a weary win.l-r.-r path-rri
an 1 hrt on life' Uark way,
I7 it U.tMul j.n,:uie sliininir,
Clearer day ty Ujy.
I Lave known a i irit calmer
Than tin? ctluir. lake, anl c!tar
Aa the heaventt th:t". gazetl ujoa it.
With 00 wave of L"i or f.-ar ;
But a t ,ria h..l wrj.t acr is it,
Jlcl tt' decyrst J- tL were stirred,
Never, never more to aluinber,
Ony by a wrd.
I Lave known a word more gentle
Than the breath -A tfatniuer air,
In a listening heart it nestled.
Arid it lived forever there.
Not the tM:tirjK of it priaon
Stirred it ever, nihl or day ;
Only w::h the heart' throbbing
Could it f-Ie away.
Word are to.tny, w..rji are Iirinf ;
SerpeitU, ith their TetiDmed atins ;
Or bright aikfei. ctow l.ug ronnd u
With heaven' light upv.u their wiugt
Kvery wi.rd haa ii own iiit.
True or tle, that never d.e ;
Kvery word man' Lp have uttered
Kchoe in Ur (kjr.
It takes four tpringt to ui.tke oit leap year.
It b far eaicr to te- little faulu than large virtues.
We ought to be ashamed of our pride, tut never
proul wt our ebauie.
- Foscivenk's. fLe odjr which flowers yield when
jf-i trmplJ upou.
' It jou think jour opportunities are not good
uuufb, you had twtter improve t:iem.
A patient is undoubted! in a b.d waj when his
J - - diMMae it acute au l his doctor isn't.
Pei f 1 who Uke fo much to tlk their mind, should
l louieti'Ltf try to tu.tid their talk.
1 AI hi iJle men aeik enj. jmtnt oa mendicants Le
j their bread ft out dour to dO'r.
It i jleisant to cheated; we lve sweet, wild
Urrau.a the grtauat cheats in the world.
Gcaius makes i:3 jb.-ervatious in bhort-hand; tal-
c&t writes iLeut out at length.
Fsua!;! beggar "Pray, ir, tttke pity on a mi
rraLte wretcti; 1 hive a wife and bix children."
Gent." My poor leilow, a.cej t my hearttelt Bympa
toj; ao Lae I."
A surgical journal tells of a mm who lived fire
years with a ball in his head. O.d Job Squires siys
Aehaskn.wn ial.es live twice as long with nothing
tat La!: in their heads.
I'ray don't attempt to d&rn your cobwebs, was i
&ill'e advice to a gcuileuiau of strung imagination .
and weak meruory, who was) laboriously explaining ;
- In H eaking tf " hard times" d wn in Tennesec.
the Memphis Argus siys : .Mathematicians agree ;
tbt teu mills maKe one cent. At the present price ,
fcf wheat, we doubt if twenty mwis cuu make a cent." j
"I wish y.u would Ml give me such short weight I
fjr my tuoiiey. sai l a cu-f'-mer to t grocer, who '
hl an outstanding bill .igainst hitu. And I wish
Jiu ou. Ju't give ti.e suctj ion:; wait for mine," xe-pl.e-1
lUe gricer. t
The grow th of the grape vine is extending through
Cut the Mute of C tlik rina. In Los Angeled county,
the principal o'.e f-r vine growing, the manufacture
cfwme is about SfJ.tHjO gallons.
nst over," wis offered and ate
SiOie pvTichvs. In reply to a question as to how he '
liked them, he answered, Lie 1 id, the tasie was '
(Aid, but the peols lay hard on my stomach."
Fihtvj Cannon bt KLKcrmcirr. A letter from j
the camp v f Uiiah lis btates that the Emperor hrfs ;
agisted at the ni eriment of tiring oiiinuii iy electri- !
-!y. This new mo le of tiring cannon is called elec- i
tru-telerispnic, an 1 has lt:u practiced at the camp j
-r the lat ihttre muths, iu presence of commission- ?
trs ev;:el Mom the superior officers of arliliery. j
Amor.g other di.coveriv3 made in Pompeii, is an j
inscripiioa on the wall of what was probahly a j
workshop of 3ome kind, as follows : Otiosis tic j
locus nmx at. Di'C-.lf, .(.rdtor." Tnis may be j
translated, This ice is not ft r the lazy. Luafer, :
de.art 1" This inscription is interesting as showing
that there were loaTers in ancient days us there are i
ta nj-jlern. and that they were troublesome in a situ- i
l.ar manner. j
IdfE Kkror?. How little self-appointed censors of '
' ctbers may know of tlnsc- whom they Condemn ! It ;
. pitiful, the si.ii unt ol pain, sometimes igiiorantly, ;
ottietiaies e'.6rhiy, it.fi:ctcd in this way. Love pure
ly houid le utle to quicken the mental vision in this j
'fspect. A careless toot may be plauted just as i
crtishing'y as a wilfully malicious one Ala?! who j
- ctn compute the tragic meaning of those little words,
-.'I didn't think," I didn't know."
Advantages or the Cbfdit Ststkm. We have !
Tid n.ny arguments against the credit system, but .
JJ8 reason given by a blacksmith for charging a casIi
customer more for the s-ame? work than what he had
- caargd a netghbor "on time," is a pungent one, ;
, and hs the merit of originality at least. Whin '
Med why he charged the ci.sh customer the most,
" ie renLe.1 ;
toa ,ee I hare zo much charge on my bock, an l
. naitucs li.se tuoa, aud zi tuu 1 "ave a coot
customer, Ischarre coot trice: bat Ten I nut it
no psjr, l co ut,e j niuch." I
Tb biTU only eq-nlleJ br the explinntion g,. I
n I, . . - , J . . r t
a fcJ te-Jiiir cf ir rr. uron hit return from a
J I, vrj Sjccesaful tvur
,7 - teatioo as to wh
. he. i
V" if ltU t :l ih
'A It .' don't
lT ' Ml1 n "c:e lor ft
' r- "JCCesarul tvur, tu replenish blB BtoC, to the I
" ?.a3tloa to "t r-rtfl: be rnaJe on bis tM.!ej.
eeriera.lv make tie t-er Cent." .
the advance was too email, be re- i
unlerstan l me: I mean that I !
fire tants its fi."
lwC Hblss. Oemeiit,
Warrant.! the Ut in tit market.
For sale- hy
v H. IIACKFELD St Co
11. v. skvi:ka.ck,
A XI) COMMISSI OX MERCHANT.
J'ire-proof Store, UobinsonN Iluildiug,
Vtl'KKN .-TUKtr. JIN'JJ.l'Lf.
Wi.l cont;nur buii:- at thf nrw st tn 1. 2IC-ly
j. 11. com:,
(rrcF; to a. r. itviatTT.)
At hi late roorii. ti'ieen fctret.
Lumber and buil linr u.tteri:iIn,Kort St. Honolulu.
! It. F. SNOW,
j IMPORTtR AND DKA I.Kit IN OKNKKAL MKKCHANDISE,
IIohoIuIm. Onhu. II. I. .O-ly
j . ros holt. th. c. bmc-
j Von noirA- nr.uv.K,
I Oener.tl C'.icminiwn Merch.mt. Honolulu. 0:ihu, S. I. 320-ly
AI.i:X. J. CARTWIIICIIT,
I Coinmiision Merchant and ti-ji'-ral Shij i:ig Ageht, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I 3U0-ly
ciiokck iion i:,
Lumber Merchant Yard on Ccr HoC.jk Scakk, New Es
j v.mo.v. c:m:i:.v & c.,
Commission Merchants Fiiv-l'ioof Building. Queen street.
Honolulu, Aprd 1, 1959. 3'0-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
i Ialer in General Merchandise, fire-pr n f itore corner or Ka-
! ahumanu and (J l'-cn ;rets. 'posite Makri' ilir-k.
I Alan. Kf-tad rta)!is.'iuient on Xuuai.u rtrci t, alK.ve King.
i X-T Isl i': J Produce bought and rold. Inland rIers carefully
i attend-M t.. 35-ly
MERCH ANT TAILOR, on Fort Street. opposite Hures ?aloon,
letareen Kinit and Merchant Street.
Cloths, Casaunere and Vestiiiga always on hand, and cloth
ing made up in the be-t style. 295-ly
! J. II. WOOD,
j Manufacturer, Imi-orter and I'ealer in Root and Shoe of every
description, fchoe indm:s. Pump tole, RicinK, Harnee,
ant Patent Leather. Caif. Goat, Hog, and Ruck Skins,
Trunks, Valises. Sparring Gloves, Foils, and Masks. Illack
ing, llrushts. Hosiery, A;c. A:c. llrick shoe otore. corner of
Kort and Merchant sis.. Honolulu. 11. I. o.O-ly
(mporter and I'ealer in Hanlware. I)ry G.k1s. Paint, Oils, a n
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets 30-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 320-ly
iiovoi.ui.r st I' vn n.oi'ii mill r.o.
Proprietors. O. P. JUDP, S. SAVIDGE, and C. H. LEWERS
G. P. Jrn, Purchasinir Apent.
S5. Savid;is. Sel'iiijr Aent.
C H. LfcWtHS, Treasurer.
W. A. ALDH1, H. J. S. WALKtR,
S. C. AILKS.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importer and Commission Merchants Dealer in General
Merchandise, and Airents f .r the Sale of Island pr-nluce.
Agents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Princevdle riautv.ioni.
CIlOKCi: W. It K OWN,
OiSre, CourtJIouse, up stairs. 320-ly
II. HACKFKLD .V CO.
General Commission Agent, Honolulu,
Oah j, S. I. 320-ly
ch as. a. nisitor. wm. a altrh h-
itisiior & co.,
Hanker. O.Tice in the east corner of "Makee" Hl.vk," on
Kaahumanu street. Hon ilulu.
I'raw H:I.s i.f Kxchani;' on
Messrs. 1r;m-ll. Minttrs .t Co., New York.
IIknht A. Pikrit, Esq , - H.ston.
Msrs. Mohc.an. fi'is .V C., - San F'rancisco.
Will receive d ( ts. .!:;. unt first-class busin-'ss paper, and
attend t.j c...Ut:i v, fic. 20-ly
Deal- r in General Merchandise, Hil.i, Hawaii. Shi g sup)Iied
:h rei-ruits at the shortest
notice, on reas-jnable term
Bil! Of eet:anpe H'lt.-d.
I. N. I'LITN 12 It.
Continn-'S hi old business in the fireproof huildinjr, Ka.thum
Chronometer rate.l by observations of the sun and star
:th a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention civen to fine
watch rcp.irnn. Sextant and quadrant plasscs silvered
a:i 1 adjusted Charts and nautical instrument constantly
ou hand and Tr sale. 320-ly j
D C. WATERMAN Jk. CO., j
Especial attention paid to the interest, of the Whaling Fleet, by j
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Kx'hantre, Oil, j
B Hie, General Merchandise. an,l the procuring of Freight ;
M--ssr. Isr H il.vn. .Jr., At Co., New Bedford !
W. G. E. Pi Tit, Esq.. di. i
Mohc.a". Sr.-SB A: C., Pan Francisco
Mi Ri-kh At Mkrhtll,
II N HIT;
WIN ES, SPIRITS.
ALE and PORTER,
WHOLESALE AD RETAIL MERCHAyT. i
Importer of t'hiin an I o:h' r co-1 1. de i!er in sugars, m'isse s.
-e. ri -e. fundus, if , on Kir street, next door to Messr. !
Cas-.le A: C.MLt
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
S!:p Chandler, -.,r. Pirn r.-.' si in Mercl de.i'er In General
Merchand . K'-p c .nstinrly ht'viI a full assirtment
of mer.-ha.. lise, f ir th- supply of Whabr ar.d Merchant
A CENTS Foil TII 12
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
II ET W E E N
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO. !
" omr,I. C"vl'.. f'rVl t.- '
ouhjj Ilrrlor. iipt. John Paly,
.- r.i-. i
One f the aNove vessel, wiit le dispatched regularly every j
three week, or oftener. !
Freight and I'issei;p, r taken a, the lowest rat. . !
All of the aix.ve v.-s. :s jperi-r a.-c.-mm.-l itions for
rassei - r. f .r ti..iu every cm-ort .:i a- rd. j. ;
Through Bills I.lmtr. i!l t-e piven ..t II .noli;lu. for rnerchan-
j dise to ew V. rk r c .-t -n. th- freight I'-intr r.shipped at San
i Frnnc. . on L. ard tlr.st c.ass r:;pT w.:h out extra exptii-
' Shipi-rs can a! so pnv.ire at B .ton or New York, through
J Bill IsditiP. i-tr freight shi.ed via ."aa Francisco, of Msr.
i Gil Men & William. B stou and Messrs. W. T. Coleman & Co.,
I New York. Mes.r. McRuer V Merrill, Agents for Rerular
Dipat h Line, at Sao Iran. iev 2VT ly
IK. J. .MOTT S.MITII,
OrSce corner of Kurt ai.d Il .tel ?tre-ts.
I!. IIOI'FMAX.N, .M. !.,
Physician and Surgeon, Maket-'a 1!!'K.', corner (Jaeen and Kaa
Luuiauu strruU. .JO-ly
II. ST.V.N(;i:WALI), .I. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
New Y'.rk City I'iJfennary Phvirian. member of the
Meilico I'hirur-ical JoiK a:id of lite ratl.ol.-iCHl S-K-itty
of New York.
OSc-at Dr. Jad.t' firurf tre, on Kirt Street. Ke-ii.len.'e in
Nuuanu Valley, o;....-i;te that of K. O. Hall, Ks.. 3;.-ly
J. W. Al'STl.V,
ATTORNEY ANI COfNSKUK AT LAW.
OSc in Honolulu II .uie. over the 1'ost Office. 3C0-lf
JOHN II. I'ATY,
Inland of OaliU, Hawaiian Inlands.
3 13-1 y
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
ImicTters and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable C'l' thine.
Hats, Caps, IJ-xt- and Mmcs, and every variety of (.5eulle
iin n'i sujerir Funiiahiiifr Ooo.1j. Store, formerly occu
pied by W. A. Aldrich, Ksip, in Makee's Ulock. Queen
Street. Honolulu. Uahu. 33l-iy
c. hki:avi:k 2d,
General Me rchant and Agent for tlie sale of the products of the
Urewer Plantation. 3J4-ly
y. x. IjA dd,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Ccti.kkt, Mkchanmcs
Touls and AuRicrLTTkAL Implkmknts, Fort htreet. Hono
F lAt H V. N S ST A I 12 Nil a It ST,
ARnt for the Mri men and Presden Hoard of 1'nderwriters. All
average cluinw aainnt the saiil Underwriters, icourriiic in i
or about thi KiiiKdom, will have to be certified before hitn.
B. F. EHLERS,
Iilr In I l y (;o(hIk, J-illlcw, V;o.
COi-ly Fort Street. Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
; 12 oik; 12 CLAitii,
j BOOT and SlIOEM AK EK, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
, ami Maunakea streets. 3J0-ly
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importers and Coimiiiwiou
AGENTS FOR THE
Hamm rch-Rkkmks F'ikk I Nsriti ntk Cumpini,
Kiwiki St.AR Plantation,
ToBKT Sl-.AR Pla.NTATIoS.
Gc.stat C. Mllciikks,
J. 1). WtCKE,
F. A. Sl'HlKFKR,
j SAM I.. S. CASTLS. AMOS. S. COOKK.
i CASTLE V COOKE,
i Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer-
i chandise, i.i the Fireproof Store in King street, opposite the
j Seamen" Chapel.
' A'GEXTS FOR
! Dr. Jayne Medicines,
i Wheeler 4- M ilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
i assets $2.:;.r0.000.
Rayn-.l.ls, lev,e Pratt Iinport.-rs and Manu acturers of
j Punts. Oil and Varnish, and Crystal Coal Oil,
I C. Van Hornc & Co.' Carriages and Carriage Materials.
U. A. r. CARIKR,
CHAS. H. LINT
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. OiiIiii. II. I.
Joii!C. M. Hooi, Esi
J I MKS HrSNKW Kl.l., ES'I-, 1
ClIAHLfc'S IlRKWKK, KsiJ.,
II. A. PURI :. Es , )
Mkssks. McRi'hk x Mkrrii.l,
('has. WoicoTr Urooks. Esq., "
MKSSRS. M. I'rsTsC & Co
Mks.sKS. l'KHK, III BBKI.l. .V Co.,.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu. 11. I.
His Ft. R C. WvLt.tE, . . . Honolulu.
It. F. Snow. 1j , ....
C. A. Williams A: Co., . . "
'"has. llnnrtK, Esq., .... "
Wilcox. RienvRPs A: Co "
li.M 'ND ; Sox,
Tiios. SrKNt ta. Esq.,
H. I:ckiv- n", Esq.,
la. l':rHN. Esr; .
Ml Ul Ml .V MkKIt.L,
C.-W. Brooks A: Co.,
G. T. I.awtoS. Esq.,
roRis. IWoS A Co.
Fiki i A; Rick
32l- i v
a i, i, i: a v 11 1: ii i: 1 1, i
George "V. Macy,
K A W A I II A .. HAWAII.
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shippinir busine j
at t he al-ove port, li-re th- y are prepared to furnish the I
j.is'.'y celebrated Kawalhae potatoes, ami s:ich other re j
cruits as are required by whale ships at the shortest notice, I
and on the most reasonable terrj. 320-ly
Dei'er in Ger,ernl Al- rci u-lift . Island Pro-luce,
SfC, arid Commission Alcrchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of (to-sis required by shi-.-s and others. The
highest rice piven f-T I-iiin i Pro lace.
Money advanced fir Bills of Exchange at reasonable ra?-s
H.li, February 3. Iv31 2.'3-ly
I Boot and Shoe Maker, sfti
Nuu.inu St ., ea-t side, above II tel St.
Ail Oriers entrusted to us be attended to with r.-anes,
and d. 'patch. 333-ly
J. W I L K ERSO N ,
CHAMPION OF FASHION!
vmrilEX sou nih n I'leaaniit Shave,
T T As f-x.l a Barker ever enve,
Jut call oa u:e a: ir.y Saloon,
P. sy Ci r:i it uy no-'ti.
Or any time when you can stay.
Or i n t!.e r.i orr. i f S iM'a'.h i .
My r ..m is r.vat, try ti-wds .'..an,
.:. .r sharp and rr. rs keen ;
At-d everything I think you'll find
To suit jour t.iste or please your mind ;
And then t move a true a t.jiu'.,
As any artist i;i ;n- land ;
And ail my art ar. 1 sko! can do.
Just call on n. e and I'll do f.r vou.
WII.KERS.iN. Merchant Street, ,
Nearly op;oite the Merchant' Fxchanpe, heie he is pre.
pared to attend to hi fner.d In a atifctorv raniKi.
Mulual 3Iarinc Insurance Company,
IMIE rXDF.KSKJXKI) HAVI.VC I5EEX
Hpix'inted Agents f r the above company, ln- leave to
ir.f. -rui the the jiubhc, that they are now prepared to icsue
M ABIXK I N S I' K AXCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
!! nululu, Mirch, 1SCJ.
H. HACKFLI.I) & CO.
1 1 A I 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 K E M K N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
r"IIK UNDERSIGNED. Agents of the above Com
M. pauy, are pre( ared to insure rnik against fire in and
For particulars ar ply at the office.
Hono.ulu O.t. 11. 1S5T.
OITICE : Southwest corner of Washinp
ton rind Ituttery streets.
rHIE UNDEK.SIGXED ARE PREPARED
to i"ue " Marine Insurance policies," each being respon
sible f,,r the sum wri .teii on the Policies against his own name
only, snd for himself and not for others or any of them.
John- Pakrott, Jamss Posaiice,
Of.'tiu.r. C. JoH.vsoy, jWiLi.iAM t:. Rahros,
N. l.fNisa, James uti.
Jamks I'helav, 'Jamks B. IIai.giv,
Lafayetik M atsard, ;J. Mora Moss.
ALDRICH, WALKER i CO. A cents.
PIffiMPHIC. GALLERY !
Next Door to the Post-Office,
Up Stairs, Over the Advertiser Olfice.
I PORTRAITS AM) VIEWS TAKEN' OX
lil.us, PaiMT, Leather, India Rubber, and CARl'S IE
VISITE, in the Istest style.
Cartes do Vi.site Photornphs
j Will be taken on
j TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
i On which day those wishing Card Photographs will please call.
i Pictures inserted in Lockets, Rings, Itreast Pins. ,;c.
i :io3-:Jm H. I.. CHASE.
GEOltGU W VOIXOI,
JTAVIXG TAH EX THE TAND OX K A-
E M. ahumanit Street, ivi r the shoo formerlv occunied bv J.
LicsiWiKxl, opHiKite ilishop 4- Co.' bank, is now prepared to
J evecute al. orders for binding
j A Uiphl els,
j I Html rn fee" 'wnrr,
ONI RooKm. Xc.
P.-irticu'ar attention paid to rebindini; old and choice book.
Mr. V. haviiiit had many years experience in book-binding in
-til its hranches, hopes to receive a share of the business required
in Hoiioiuiu. tp
Orders from the other islands, should be accompanied with
particular il:r-ctions, as to the style, ami. if the work is to match
volumes previously bound, a Sainpie volume should be cnt
nvith the j"b.
STEAM BISCUIT BAKERY !
riMIE rXDERSIOXED WOULD RFS
1 pevtfully inform h s friends and the public generally that,
ho Honolulu Meam llisc lit Bakery beinr r.ow in fu 1 1 operation,
h- is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Bread, Water Crack
ers and other description of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Parti- s furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will have it I
made up at the .owest possible, rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Ord ?rs fr"m the other islands promptly attended to
i ROBERT LOVE,
N uuanu Street,
j yy Orders in Honolulu for sliippin? to be left with Messrs
j Wilcox, Richards s Co., Queen Street. 32J-6ra
B. F. SNQV !
OFFERS FOR SALE
LOWEST MARKET BATES.
TIIE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
TVT 33 XI CJ II A2V 3D I SE :
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE,
Wh ile Line, Katn add S-izir.g Stuff,
R.'r.e Yarn, Cutt;nc in Blocks,
Pater.r ar.d Bu'.r Blocks, assorted.
M;r,. -:rp Macl.ir.es Try Work Gear,
Trv i l l. C-l-rs.
Gii,- Irins, Lar.ces.
Copp-r Pumps. Shieves, 1
Rrvi i's Wha'.inp Gun ar. 1 Lances, j
Sh.p an 1 Boat C'.mpnsses,
S-L'nal a:.d Boat Lanterns. j
Sh.ps h-a i and Tank Pun ps,
I.ar.-e an.l sraaii force Pumps. I
Tops.;',, T. G. Sa.ls. R. ya'.s, Spar-ker. tAysa l,
To tar.j Lower and Topmast Itiirinr, nearly n-w.
Chain Ca! :. Fluke and f,n Chains,
Il.-a . Str .; s, H s-.p Iron,
("-.op-is Kiv-.ts, Hi.rr.rriers and I'riv-rs,
Ci'Ts' C-rper.ters' T-ils, fr.- new Whale I! ..at,
s.nv n. Cabin Ta' le.
Ho. Ui a-.a Thimt.'.-s, Cn and R.-at H'v ki.
Jil rank. Composition Na.is,
Ri-ci .--Screws. Boat Graj.'nels. 3T.5-3in
T-i .IKUIVK PER RADl'GA A FEW
I in. re of th'.s. f.iv. T''.s, !if tj. i.-ive. relia'de and i;i.i..pe:.
tible, d-ub thread "SEH IV-l MACHINE."''
F.-rsaK-by Ho) C. BREWER ir CO.
FEW DALES 1 t) ARRIVE 1ER "HA-
-flk DIG A." For sal- by
3!J 3m- C. BREWER 4 CO.
S. II. DOWSETT,
IS XOW l'KKI'AKEDTO Fl'KMSII PVILP
iug Material of every des.;riptioa at the lowest Market
Orders fr m the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard ou corner of Queen and Fort Street. 323-6m
S. H. DOW SETT,
OFFER FDR SALE AT THE LUMBER
YARD, corner of
Fort fc Queen J-it ioo t,,
The following assortment of Lumber, at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
102,1-12 feet 1 inch Boards,
10,109 " Battens,
13.-1 IS " 2 inch Plank?,
42.SSS " Tonpued and Grooved,
20.0G0 1 inch White Pine,
6,017 " 1$
6,027 " H "
5,014 ' 2" "
5.212 " 3 " " "
10i20 " Pickets,
14.1S.3 " 2 hv 2 Joists,
12.977 " 2 by 4
2...0 10 3 hy 4
10,042 " 4 bv 6
6,090 " 6 by 12
The attention of country dealer is respectfully olicited
this fine assortment.
C. II. LEAVERS
f AS CONSTANTLY ON II AND, AT HIS
" LUMBER YARD!
Opening on Kin, Kurt & Mrrrliant Slrrrla,
Oreiron 1 inch Boards, rouph and planed,
do. Plauk, 11, 1J, '2 ami 3 inch,
do. Scantimp ol all sires,
do. Tonpue.l and Groovi-d Board, 1 and ii inch.
REDWOOD I inch Hoards, rouh and planed,
do. Plank, 1J. H and l inch,
do. Ton trued and Grooved Boards, 1 inch.
OREGON SOFT PINE 1 inch Boards.
do. do. do. 11, li, 2 and 3 inch Plant.
EASTERN PINE 1 inch Clear Boards.
do. do. j inch Toi.pued and Grooved Board,
do. do. Plank, (expected per RADUU A and
EHlt: ). li, li. 2 and 3 inch,
do. do. 4, C and 12 feet Clapboards.
SHIXGLES Redwood and Oregon Cedar,
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
(lass, Whitewash and Paint Brushes.
And a full assortment of
Which he offers for sale al LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
C7" Having- Steam Machinery on his
premises he is prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and Planing.
C. 11. LEWER3.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, TIflSa
fX LATE ARRIVALS-
M.J 450 Boors, ail sir.es and kinds,
200 W indow Sash, all kinds,
100 pair Blinds, ail sizes,
i'i (iiass I'oors and lllinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, hy
33i-3m C. H. LEWER3.
KRULL;S DAIRY BUTTER!
FAMILY GROfERV FEED STORE !
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
mmhe srpERioR qcalitv of this
1 BCTTER is now generally acknowledged in the comnru
r.ity. It is male with the utmost rare and cleanliness, under
Mr. K's own guje-rvirion, and the who know him, know
that he is not willine to let an inferior article come into this
market. Eur Sale only at
0o5-3m A. D. CARTWRIGHT'd. j
PILOT & NAVY BREAD, j
ON HAND AND FDR SALE, Freah linked i
Pilot and Navy l'.r-a 1 ; Soda, Sut'ar, Butler and Water j
Crackers, in any quantity and at the loneet rates. j
Parti- provi ling their oa flour, will have it baked up on
the low.-st term.
rrr Ship bread rebaked. MILLER'S BAKERY.
3o5-3m Corner Queen and Richard Street.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
From Europe and f!ie Eastern States,
LARGE INVOICES OF
Tovjs, IiiiicN Goods,
BV s 7
Baskets, Wooden and Willow Ware,
Children's Carriages, Hobby Horses,
4c , 4c, Ac, kc.
All of which are ofT-red to the trad? very low, bv the case or
d z. at
TH t'P.A L'ER A ZINN'd
No. 3J0 an 1 322 Battery Street,
3oi-3m B-?teen Comm. and Cliy Sts., San Francisco.
Co-partnership .Notice !
TE HAVE THIS DA V ADMITTED Mr.
W..1 iv- cntiii j-i as her-l'.fjr"
VTAI .t AHEE.
Honolulu. Oct. 2'2. 102.
"OR SALE ABOUT lOOO KAUAI MADE
roo-I substantial Mat Bags, for Suirar or Salt, at
A?A :iiu von HOLT HEI'CK'J"
FAINTER, lAPi:i-IIAN(.I21l, Ac,
Opposite Lewi Aj Norton" Cooperate, King St. 23Vly
King: Street, near the Bethel.
C1ALIFORNIA AND HAWAIIAN LIME,
J CEMENT and BRICKS, for ale. Fire-work of every
description attended to. Roofs covered with Composition or
Slates, and warrauted.
XT Order from the other Island thankfully received and
attended to at the lowesd prices. 3ii-3:n
Cabinet Maker, Undertaker, and
xjx 1 1 o L.KrnciTii:,
GOLD cV KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for picture and other frame.
A. J. .lI'Ki:..EV,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Nsiuaitii Si. n borr R. Lofr's Sirnui finltrry.
MV STC'fv IS 1 K (H I II
ed from R. RA.'dSEY.Mnd warranted.
Orders resiiedfully solicited and at.
tended to with dispatch. 311-oui
IN REMOVING IIISHUSINESS
to hi new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity ol retprn
tug his sincere thanks to his friend and th
public in (teneral, for the support and patron
age which they have been pleaiied to trant
him for the past teu years, and hopes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness in the execution of ali order intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance ol their favor. 334-ly
F. II. & a. SKGEIJfcKIY,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
.-. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
jS In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
EsF" Ship Work promptly ciecuted. jr&
j. i. iiijoiii:s,
IMPORTER Ai MANUFAC-
T C It E it of all kind of Saddlery, Car- ''Zrjf-'
riape Trimmintt, Mattress making
an I rrpairmR done with neatness and dispatch,
jry Ail order promptly at'.eudeil to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu. 32d-ly
c. i:. WIIIIA.TBS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
TMI E OLD ST A XD, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
JL the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kind made and repaired.
On hand and for ale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A lartre assortment of Gill Moulding, and lartre sized Ola.
A variety of Rocking, Dinintr, Olhcc and Children' Chair.
Polished Collins cn hand and mai.e to order. 320-ly
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
F XJ 3?Mnt I r r XJ IR, E !
Call and Examine my Stock, before
At my shop, opposite Ca rl vr i h tu Fred Store,
Fort Street. 333-m
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAWLINS.
fflHE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
beps leave to announce to his Customer and the Public in
general, that he is prepare.! to supply them with genuine
YELLOW SO A I I
equal, if not superior to the twt imiorted.
N. B. SOAP CJREASE WANTED.
IUU'lim SOAP FACTORY !
WM. H. HUDDY!
HAVIXf; RECEIVED A L.4 RfiE AND FCLL
s:ock of material, is prepared to supply hi customer
and the public, with the bent Yell', Brown nud
W hilf Ml.tl'. ALSO
rjOFT A.I OIL SOAP.
In larpe or small rjuantitie to suit. m
P. p. Soap grease always wanted. 333-ly
IIOISE fARPEMER, U
King Street, opposite the Dethel,
PLAIN FFRNITURE MADE AT REA
N. B. S. J. ma'itg no charite for P'.ar., PpedCcations, and
every information appertaining to buildmrs.
THE I'XDERSICXEB BEGS LEAVE
t state, that be has taken the shop formerly occupied
by ii. Sidexs, ar.d is ready to execute all order iu
his iine with rieatn'-ss and dispatch.
P. S. Particuiarattention paid to reptiirinjr Sewine Machine
JAM EH A. HOPPER
33S-ly Kaahumanu tr
IROIT WORKS !
riHE FNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TM
1 furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINOS. and all kinds ol
Machinery and Smith' Work at the Shortest Notice end
STEAM EMIXES AND R0ILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
XT- CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply or Anvils, Car
Boxes, Korge Back, Chain Stoppers, Sah Weights, Stove I'late
and Linings, Ium' Bel!, 4c, lc ,.U'
33a-ly THOMAS IH'OIlKf
HIER I E HI