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HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JANUARY 1 1. ISltf.
SIX DOLLARS PER AXM M.
VOL IX. No.iS WIIOLK X.45l,
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A wind came np out of the sea.
Anil said," i mists make room for in"."
H hailed the ships, an 1 cried. ' Sail on,
Ve mariner, the night is pone."
Aii.l l.crri. d landward faraway,
Cr in?, " Awake ! it is the day. '
It said unto the forest, u Shout !
ll ivg ai! your leafy banners oat."
It tombed the wood-bird's folded wing.
And said, " O bird, awake and sing."
Ami o'er the f irms, " O chanticleer,
Your clarion blow; the day is near."
I. wLL-p'-Ted to tfie fuMs of corn,
' tjjr din an l hail the coming morn."
I: sh::ite 1 through the llfry-towtr,
" A .v.-ike, O b-'l ! jrc!a:ni the hour."
It r;-.jaj-.l tlie c!iurchyail with a !:h,
Ai.d sai.l, Nt yet I iti quiet lie."
Be not v tin of ycur want of vanity.
Iitincc is but Ijinjr to. and riJIiifr out the gtle.
V:ttcKe are often stolen. Every wafch should be
upon it puir-l.
To fjtculate God help the poor," is one of the
chpapeat of charities.
It U rijht to l.e cofjtpr.tetl with what we have, but
never with what we are.
The surest wny of gaining men's respect is to pre-f-r
your own approbation to theirs.
That ruin is rich indeel in friends who can lose
two or thre and not be bankrupt.
Nothing but efforts after virtues we have not can
keep a!ie the virtues wc have.
If yfiU wished your on to pet on in trade, what
btiine-s wtuld you advise him to mind ? His own.
A extemporary noticing the marriage of a deaf
and dumb couple, wished them unspeakable bliss.
A little fruit proves the nature of the tree, but
abundance prove its fi uitfulr.ess.
Ir. Johnson, once speaking of a quarrelsome fel
low, paid : " If he hid two ideas in his head, they
would fa!lout with ech other."
All our natural actions are done without thought,
and we cart make breathinj a JifTiculfy by thinking
Good manners are a part of good moral., and it is
as much jour duty as your interest to practice in
There are many people whose intellect and judg
rr.eot wculd stand much higher in the world's csiima'
tion if they had never been taught to write.
Vcu mj have genius, sene, learning and the
power of expression, so as to write prose to rival
l'. irke or Jyhuson, and after nil may make yourself
ridiculous by trying your hand at pot-try.
The brave man is not he who feels no fear, for that
were ftuji l and irrational; but he whose noble soul
Its fear subdu4-. and bravely dares the d inger na
ture shrinks from.
Sir lVter Le!y made it a" rule never to look at a
had picruie. haing f.'iind by experience that when
ever be i!:d si his pencil Uok a tirt from it. Always
apply the same rule to bad bi',k and bad company.
A chilil, speaking of his home to a friend, was
asked. "Where is y.ur home?" Looking with
loving yes at his mother, he replied, " Where
teother is !" Was ever a question more truthfully
r ti'uchiugly answered ?
Look out for people who are habitually suspicious
and ready to believe that others act from bad motives.
In mmy cases, the evil they attribute to others is
i nly whrt they feel inclined to do themselves.
uprose a man fhould Meal fifty dullars from you,
and that you should then challenge him to toss up
with yen l" r your whole fortune ! That would be a
par&llri to duel'tiiij?, as a remedy for an injury or an
Iougl is Jerrol I or.ce said to an ardent young gen
tleman, who wa- auxious to Me himself in print.
15c alvi-ed by me, young man; dun': take down
the .-butters beiote there is something iu the window."
It has been proved, by experiments which have
beea ncently brought before the Academy of Sciences
at luis. that corpulence is induced in man and the
lower animals by drinking large quantities of fluid,
but is diminished by a contrary practice.
A persou complained to lr. Franklin of having
been insulted by ine who called him a scoundrel.
Ah." rrplied the doctor, "and what did you call
hiiu ?" " Why," Mid he, " I called him a "scound
rel, too." " ell," resumed Franklin, " I presume
you both spoke the truth."
Mr. Jenkins wa- dining at a very frugal table,
an ! a piece of bacon near him was so very Mimll,
tr: at the !.i ly of the house retuatked to him, " I'r.ty,
Mr. Jenkin", help yourself to the bacon ! Don't be
a;ra:.'t of it." No, imbed, madam I've seen a
j in e twice as large, and it did not scarce me a bit."
1 m ; t-HT ant lf.ciiov. The California U. S. Circuit
Courr rect'iitiy cor. armed the claim of San Francisco
to tour Mj'ire leagaes of laud, embracing the site of
the c'.ty and immediate adjicent territoty. As every
l tn l own r derives title from the city, this deci-iou
renders them so tar ecure in their ownership. The
ease is appealed to the U S. Supreme Court.
A shopkeeper purchased of an Irishwoman a quan
tity t!" butter, t tie lumps of which, intended for
poundi, he weighed in the balance, and found want
irg. "Sure it's your own fault if they are light,"
sa .d Did ly, iu retiy to the complaints of the buyer;
" it's jour own fault, sir; for wasn't it with a pound
of your own soap I bought Lere myself that I weigh
ed them with ?"
How to be ? 1 1 k h is lf. Sit by the window and
lo( k ever the way to your neighbor's excellent man
sion, wh:ch he has recently built and paid fur, and
Oh that I were A rich man !'
Get angy witii year neighbor, and think you
nave m.t a liien 1 in the worl 1. Shed a tear or two,
and take a walk in the burial ground, continually
nying to yourself
" When snail I be buriel here?"
Sin a note for a friend, and never forget your
k;n Ine-, and every hour in the day whisper to your
Fcif I wonder it he will ever pay that note !"
Think everybody means to cheat you. Closely ex
amine every bill you take, and doubt its being gen
uine until you have put your neighbor to a great
deal of trouble. I'ut confidence in nobody, and be
lieve every man you trade with to be a rogue.
Never accomiuodite if yon can possibly help it.
Never visit the sick or hfil'icted, and never give a
farthing to assist the poor.
Euy as cheap as you can and screw down to the
lowest mill. Grind the faces and hearts of the un
lortunate. lirood over your misfortunes, your lack of talents,
and believe that at no distant day you will cume to
want. Let the workhouse be ever in your mind,
with ail the horrors of distress and poverty.
Follow ihese receipts strictly, and you will be mis
erable to your h"at t's content if we may so speak
fiick at heart and at variance with the world. Nothing
wid cheer or encoarage you nothing throw a gleam
ot Manshiue cr a ray cf warmth into your heart.
II. W. SIlVHUA.NCn,
.1 yn comm issj oy m FRcnAyr,
Fire-proof Store, It otinoiiN Iliiilding,
QL'EKN STIIKKT, WONOLULf.
Will continue bumc.-.- al tntf new stand. 424-3.V
j. ii. vm.i:,
(.-iccK.-.-OK to a. P. Kvi:ur.n.)
A t hi late rooms. Jcen street. 4 J2-ly
I. F. SNOW,
i.MPonrr.R and ii:alki: in okxeKal mkrciiandise,
lloriclulii, Onlm. Jl. I. 4-."i-ly
E. O. HALL,
Imj'orter and leal-r iu Hardvvan, lry G-'.s, Paints, Oils, ai d
Keneral Merchandise, corner of Fort a. id Kaij; streets 46-ly
IIONOI.III.U STKAM Fl.OUJt
FLotK, Ukan" and .i-tihTS. l or salt.-1 v
425 ly S. dAVIJLitJE, Proprietor.
J. V. OKTII,
Dealer in Oeuera IMerciiandise, Hilo, Havraii. 2!;ii suj'j'lied
with recruii.s at tl.e iiiiro;st notice, on reasonable terms.
Rills ol exehan.e '.vanlod. 4J5-ly
AliKX. J. 'AKTW!ll;ilT,
I'ommlssion Merchant and Oeueral Shippinu' Agent, Honolulu
Uahu, fl. I 4J5-ly
Q. F. EHLERS,
In Dry ool.-i. .-lllcs;, V.
415-ly Fort Ptr.-et, llnnoliiln, lt:ihii, II. I.
H. Y. LUD!MCTO N ,
(ilTl'F.S'nR TO F. S. I'KATT & Co.)
InjKirter and Vbolt-s:i!e I:i a!i r in Vi:n n and Snirit?;, and
Malt Liquors, ('harlton Wharf, Honolulu. 11. I. 41"-ly
CHUNG HOON & CO.,
Commissi. .:i Merchant s and general t A cents for the
Paukaa and Aniauulu ?jjrar Plant iiti'in? IniKrter of teai
anil other ( hiii'-se and ("rei-'u icods an ! whule-ale dealers
In Hawaiian nroda-'e at the new Mono Store, Nunami Street,
j below Kinj;. 4 12-1 y
A. S. CR3NBAUM & CO.,
! Inijort.-rs aod Win de-ale I'ealers in Fashional-le Clthi;nr,
j Ila, C'a, liinin arid Shoe, and every vari' ty of Uentle-
men's Sujwri-ir Furni.-hiirj iom!s. Store, formerly oe u-
jiied by V. A. Aldricli, Esq., in Makee's lilut-k. Qiuen
Mn irt. ll.'IlollliU. t.lllU. 4.3. -iy
CTIIF.AV LAM) IIUOTII 13 Its,
IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS,
AtX'.t.VL' STHEZV, next do-.r bcln.v A. S. ceohor.".
Purclia-rn an! d'eiter in Fuiifrus, H-rcbe-le-iiHT, Shark fin
and other Istan ! .iirlu -e. 411-ly
1 C WAT Kit MAX CO.,
EsjN-ial at.Miti. n paid to the interests of th- Whahnp- Fleet, by
the furriishiiic of fumis. purchase and raie of Kx.-hanfe, Oil,
Roue, General Merehaodi.-'-, and the procuring of Fnafiht
Mr. Ijac Ho-.vlanp. Jr., .V: Co., New Bedford
. t. E. Poi-K, Esq., do.
MtH.s, Stosk .V Co. San Francisco.
Mcllria: Az MKiiau.l.. do 425-1 y
I. X. FLITXF It.
Continue hi.s old t u-in"f i in the tirej.roof building Kaahuina
i.i a ft ret t.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit in-lruiii'-ij! aeeurar-ly adjusted to the
meridian of H -iiululu. Pai ticui ir at t -ntion trivcu to tine
watch r'pairiirr. Setant ami quadrant irhiSFcs silvern!
and a liu-td ("liarts and naatieal in.-truments constantly
on hand and for sale. 425-Iy
W. A. ALIir.ICH, J. S. W A1.1.KH, S. C. ALLEN.
ALDRICK, WALKER & CO.,
Iinj'rters and Commission Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, an 1 Agents, for the Sale of Island produce.
AcentB for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Prineeville Plantations.
chas. h. bailor. wm. a ALiuttcn
insiioi & o.,
Hankers. Office in the east coruer of "Makee's Block," on
Kaahuirsunu street, H oiululu.
Draw Ib'lls of Exchaup- on
Messrs. GsiNSKt.L. MivTrnv & Co., New York.
Hknrv A. Piekck, Esq., - Boston.
Messrs. M.T.r.AV, Stosk Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive d posit j. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collect l::.-. t-t.-. 4'25-ly
U. A. P. CAUTKR
c. BRnn & co.,
Comr4iissioii & Shipping Merchants,
Huirulnlii. 3iJni. If. I.
Johv. M. Hood. E-q
JAMf- lit. "NtWKLL., Esq., 1
Cnjr.i f BiiKWKit, E-q., -
!i. A. I'KiRfE. Ks p,
M-s.-n-i. Mi Kim a: Mkrkii.i.. K
TitAS. Woi.cott Brohk.;. Esq., S
Messrs. Wm. 1'cstac .V Co Ijonckong
Mfsj-rs. Pkki.e, Hi LiHKi.l. Co Manila.
MELCHERS fit CO.,
gisiporfrr nsid 5 tiJiiisioi5
AGENTS FOP THE
II AMnrE.ir-P.RKMf n F;rk In-crasce Compaxt,
KAIW1KI SlOAR 1'LANTATIoN",
T.13KT Sr.iAR Plantation.
GrsTAV C. Melchlhs. J. D. Wickk,
r A. Srni:rsR,
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
rarticu'r attention paid to the purchase and sa'.e of Hawaiian
. tfers t v permission to
E. F. Snow I. M- s?rs. Allreh. Walker .V Co.,
Messrs. C. A. Wiliia ,s A; Co M- si s C. Brewer .t Co.,
Messrs. Castle K Co. ke Mesrs. H. Hackfeld Jt Co..
Mcsrs. 1). C. Waterm.i! Messrs. iicox, Richards i Co.
E. P. ADAMS,
SHIP CDAMHER D LEALER l. GENERAL SERfnAXFISE,
Irih and Sweet IV.Jit.-.es, with other lccruits. constantly on
ha-, i and for sale at low rates. 4U'--f;in
A . "
1. . .. -
LUSER M ERCHAfNJT !
is VOW lUSFIMISF.n TO F'l ISXISIl Rl'ILD
i:iS Material of every description at the lowest Market
trders fr-ro the e-e:r.Try, ai. ! other inlands solicited.
Lumber Yard on c-.rr.er . f Queen and For: streets. 430-6tn
SHIP CH AP3DLER !
i DtiUr in Central Jferchti'i-Hse. Island Produce'
Src, and Commitsio'i .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on han i an. extensive assortment or ever
des. ript:i-i of t'.iois required by ships and others. The
hiahest ;rice e:ven for l-lat, i Produce.
Money advanced for E.lls of Exchange at rcarojable rates
Llilo. Febrjary 3. 15ol 405 ly
DIJ. J. JIOTT SMITH,
OlfK-.: corner cf Fort and Ii-itot tret-ts.
I!. IIt)FF3I.VNN, .11. !.,
Physician an i j?uiv-iu. Ma.ee" H! j-!:, C"Ti: r Queen and Kaa
II. STA.VtJr.WVALl), 31.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON,
L'-ite New York C'i!v i'ii-.!isary i'hy-icim.. met:. tier f th
.Medio-ehiru.-rii-:.! CoiL'f. uiid ot t'ie I'lithoI-iIcai Society
ol New York.
0f5e at the eornerof Fort and Merchant s;r''t-t. Residetice in
Nuu.tliU alley, ..ji'Oi:'f tijal of K. U. Hail, F-Sq. 4.W-1.V
V. N. UDD,
Importer and Dealer :n 11 a;:d-.v ab k. i'i:Ti.t:r.v, Mecfash-s
Tools and Awiuct ltcmal Impli-ii::xt-, Fr re-t. Hon: -laiu.
tl. VuS Holt.
TO. O. HKIL K
Von HOIr At Hi:rcK,
Oen-ral C'r.tn:ssio;i Merr h a::?. Honolulu. O.ihu, S. I. 4 J5 ly
II. HACIKFKLI) V CO.
Oeneral CoUiBiiision Agents, Honolulu,
Oahti, S. I. 12Z-ly
.1 MOX. fJItKKN & CO.,
Cjtnniissloii M--roha?itJ Fiit-Prof UuiMlr.gi, Queen street.
Honolulu. Aprd 1, lO'J, 42o-ly
f lo r i: x s st v r i: x 1 1 n h st,
Agviit for the Bremen an 1 IiVi.!en Board of I'aderwriters. All
average claims airaiust the said L'nderwi iter, oceuvrir.tr iu
or about this. Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
C. H. LtWKIH. J. G. DICKSON.
LinVFRS Ac DICKS (IX,
Deniers in Lumber and Building Materials. Fojt St. Honolulu.
A S. CL!IGH OR N ,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof store eornerof Ka
aluin.anu and Queen streets, opposite Makee's Block.
Also. Retail establishment on Nauanu street, aliove Kinif.
IjT l-Iand Produce buught and sold. Inland orders carefully
attended to 44l-ly
5o ii n ii i 'i- ?-i :v ,
A LE and PORTER,
Sliip Chatidler and Coriimision Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on band a full assortment
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
A 1 12 " & XV A Y ,
Will continue the Genera Merchandise and Shippintr buswn ss
at the above port, where they ai e prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
cruits as ire required by whale -hips at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms. 4Jo-ly
FIRE WOOD OM II A MP.
A. CAMPBELL, TAILOIL
" FOIST SI. OI'I'OSITE VonllOI.T Si
HEl'CK'S, h is received per recent arrivals, a choice
lot of Cloths, Cassimeres and Yestin-s, al-o asupeiior
T ? - article of French. Entrlish, American. Scotch and Wil-
haroeite Tweeds, t rethcr with a variety of Flannels.
Blue flannel suits, black pants and vests, white vests, Davie.-,'
& .1 ones' sha-t, collars, tii'3 and suspenders, on hand and for
rde cheap. 44:!-ani
fgIlK ITNDKRVIG VF.I) IS IMtKPAKEI) TO
fi take Aiubroty jes and Pir ito-raphs. Aiso Cartes oe
i--ite In a style second to none In Honolulu.
Specimens -can be eea at the Gallery, next door to the Tost
Office, over the P. C. Advertiser Office.
44-2-aHi If. L. CHASE.
UEltEBY FOR BIO ALT, PESOXS
l Al trusting any one on my account wunoui my written oruer.
.1A MES DAWSON.
To . Periodical Subscribers !
""feTOT WITHSTANDING TI1F. IXC'FIF.ASE
Xyl in the price of American Mauaz'neg and Newspapers, as
well as of postac. I will continue to sui plv my subscribers
durinsr 165 O THE SAME LOW TERMS, AS HERETOFORE,
which now barely cover expenses.
For prices, see" periodical iit published in another part of
! this paper cr on the supplement.
I , ,f ,1-Tifnvt-e
4 i i-Jill tl- .'1 null.".!.
jSJap of tlae Sancl-
rgUIE OMV CORPF.t'T MAP OP THF.SK
b l-lands is that of tie' L. S. Explores Kxped;t;.n, pul
lished by the Am-.-ricun Goveriunent. Every farmer who owns
an acre of ground, every rupiain who command a coaster, ev
ery travel, r ho wants to tlud correct names and distances, and
every gentleman who desires to be posted up about th.' group,
should possess a o py of it.
A few copies left, price ;1.50 el"h.
yse-oin For sale at the BO0K5T0BE.
The tlirilli!i V romantic Hawaiian Tale
Hiwahiwa o Paliuli,
Laieikawai ', the renowned woman of Pahuli,
the Lady of the twilight.)
Price $1 per copy, bound, 211 pp. 12no.
This volum narrates one of th" Ancient Hawaiian Impends
written in the most polished and pure style of the 1 c.L-uae.
Rein-r the first h.xili of the kind ever puKi-hed in the vernacu
lar, and a'so one of the most popular of the breeds of this peo
ple, it wili he valued by all for. :.':i-rs and natives, who deeire
to see its records preserved in this form.
For .-al bv
H M. WHITNEY.
IPJiof jrnpla Albums.
"VF.W STYLES RKCKIVKI) UV LATE
ARRIVALS. For sale by
444-it II. M. WHITNEY.
SLAXK FISFIfJIIT-IJILL BOOKS,
J For sale tv
H2--2m II. M. WHITNEY.
MAPS OF TIIF. SANDWICH ISLANDS.
A FEW OP THE KXPLOIIIXB EXPEDI-
jTSl tion maps oa han I. No t urlst s'lOCid be without one
PKICIC SI.J. Fcr sale bv.
442-m H. M. WHITNEY
10.000 Old IVcvspneis
SFITHl,K FOP. WKVPPIXfi PAPF.Il.
For sale cheap 'V the lUO or l'jr.O.
4)t3m H. M. WHITNEY.
A ( It I" V. M I : X T II L. A ?t" It! s .
1LAK POISMS OP AG Jl KF.M F.XT P.F.
k. 3 tween Masters and Servants the only authorized foita
1'rire si.uO ivv IJoen.
F ir sale bv
II. M wniTNEY.
?. I Al 1 K 12sj IT I? AXCES.
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and Haltciv streets.
rfMIR rXDKRSlKXKD A It K PKF.PAKF.I)
to issue - Marine insurance policies,' each beiiijr respon
sible f ir th" sum writt. n on the Policiis against Ins o.vn name
only, and for himself and r.ol for others or any of them.
Jobs i'Ahiwi r. .Iauks DuNAiiri:,
GkoHiJi: C. .Toiiso;.-, William I.. Baksion".
N. I.l X!Xi;, .! AMI'S OTIS,
.It-VKs Phklav. .Iamks B. Haogis,
Lafavkttk .MATSAr.o, J. Mora Moms.
ALDRICII, WALK ER A; CO. A cents.
Honolulu. II. I.
41 4-1 v
JIABH'E IVSIHAME tOMPA.I
OP J iiin li'ii nci.sc.
r?MIE I'XDEKSIG XKI) IIAVlXfi RFEN
appointed i.e-i-nts tor the nbov- Coinpauy. beg leave to
iniorru the public that th-y ure row prepared to issue
MAISIXE I.VsrilAXCK POLICIES OX
Ciirut, Fviii!it uiitl Trea-iire.
ALDRICII, AYALKER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 2.2, 1SC4. 441-ly
fSMIE CXDEUSICXEB. AfiKXTS FOIS THE
II alove Company, have recently received intnictions to re
duce the Bate of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are n w prepared to issue poli
cies on more f v orald.- terms than her. tofore.
Risks taken on Uuildiiijrs, Machinery. Vc. on Sajrar Planta
tions. J ANION, GUEEN A- Co.,
Till! I5U1TISII AND FORFICX
MARINE IXSU1MXCK (OMP.AXV,
Capital One Million Pounds,
Head Othce, Manchester Buildimrs, Liverpool.
Agents, at Honolulu,
N. B. This Company takes riks on goods only and not on
vessels. 420 Gin
II A IIIUItC II-IIK 11 FN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rg-AIIE UXDEIISIGXEI), Apentsof the above Com
3 l'any, are prepared to insure risks against lire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
Ilono.ulu Oct. 11. 1857. 425-ly
rTJIIIE I XI)ERSI(JXEI) AfiKXTS OF THE
U above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
CA11CO. FKFICIIT and I'll F. ASlJ It I'.
by COASTEKS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
tiroup. and vie; versa.
41S-ly II. I1ACKFELD - CO.
CALSFOnr 5 A
rBHE UXDERSIUXEI) IIAVIXfi BEF.X
6 appointed Acents for the above company, bop leave to
"nfotm the the public, that they are now prepared to isue
M A It I X E I X S I" It A X C E I'OLl C I 12 S
on Cart;o, Freiirht and Treasure.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1S6'2. 411-ly
BE?Jf4ETT & fi'EENNY
I Boot and Shoe Makers, sgi
Have removed to the North side of NuuanuSt.,'
above Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. 444-ly
.rr:, the f"x7kissh;xeo.
- . jj by trade a p;an(enia- er. and having
g"vT-i had Ioiil' i'X. rieoce in the mnnufac- 'g'.
1 nire of PI .OS. oif -rs his services
f ,r the repairmji and tunii j; of pianos, and guarantees satisfac
tion to all enti tistiriL' their work to him.
Orders left at Mr. Fischer's Cabinet Shop in Hotel St., wil
be promptly-attended to.
4o5 0ai . ACGrSTUS KOCH.
BREAD 1M) BISCUIT BAIiEBV,
Coring Queen nnrl Itichtii'l Sl.
i.V HAND AM) FOIt SALE, Frcti UnUr
Pilot and Navy Bread ; S da, Sii'-.ir. Butter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties providing their own ilour, will have it hated un on
the lowest tcr.us. Ship Urea l re'aked. 4'i-ly
STOVES and TINWARE !
GEORGE C. SIDEES
Offers For Sale a Larsje Assortment of
Just Received per Late Arrivals,
Which he will sell cheap for Cash or Arrr.ovKD Credit.
! Complete Assorhnont ol'
TINWARE, SHEET IRON, C,
SHIP WOHK and PLIT3IDIXG done
with Neatness and Dispatch.
Please Call on Me Before FciicnAsisfi Flskwhkre.
Corner of Fort inxl Kiuij Sirrrt..
Steam Biscuit BakciT.
rfIIE rxnKRSIfiXCD WOl'I.I) RF.S-
-2- pecttully inform l.is Jriends and th" public generally tiiat
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being now in f,;ll 'i.,ration, he 13 prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread, Water Crackers,
Anl ether descnption
Ai! of surerior quality and at
Prices to defy competition.
Parties farnishir.e their own fiour for ship bread, will have it
tr.a !e up a: the lowest j.ossi'jle rates.
SHIP BREAD RE3AKED.
Orders from the other isHnrls promptly attended to.
ROBERT LOVE Nuuai.u Street.
XT Ord-rs in lloao'.ilu f. r shipping to te le!t with Mew re.
Wilcox Richards 4- Co. 429-6m
W. WII.ln. R. D. MORGAN.
KI.G STREET, HO.OlAT.C. Z2-ly
W. FISCIIFK. 1
Cabinet M ikerand French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the j
Dru Store t.f J. Mott Sn.ith Ar Co. 4-6-ly j
ROOT anil SHOEMAK ER. Hotel street, betweeu Nuuanu
and Maunak.-a streets. 4i5-ly
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on band an assortment of fine
Broadcloth. Cassimeres and Buckskin, NuuanuSt., below
King St. 4UT-Iy
j. 11. wicKi:.
ALAKKA STRKKT, HELoW IKS THKATRK.
Furnitrue made and repaired at reasonable prices. 409-ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer iu Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Warerootn oti Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lewers .t Idcksm's cilice ; Workshop at the old
Stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 422-ly
n f. es. & ;.si:c; i: i, u i: . ,
Tinsmiths mid Plumbers,
yOlutnu Strrtt, ntar the Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always on hand. Jobbing or'all kinds attended to. UlJ'J-ly
HAS COXSTAXTLY OX IIAXO AXO OF
fers for sale a complete assortment of FCRNITL'RE,
and is prepared to till all orders in his line with promptness and
manufactured of Koa and Kou woudr, consistii.g in part f Side
Boards. Centre Tables, Arm Chairs, Lounges, Sofas, Ladies
Work Tables and boxes, at reasonable prices.
411-ly Hotel Kt.. near the Drue: Store of J. M. Smith if Co.
THE UXDEKSIRXED &5tZFP
i,ms-!r havintt taken the huildiiiK ad- wyil jnftf
-rj. joiain(j: the Irup Store of J. M. wvri
iV-j Smith & Co.. on Hotel Street, offers for pale a
complete assortment of SI PEUIOK F V It X IT V It E.
made from h'OA. EOl anudthkk Fixe Woods.
Is prepared to manufacture and fill Orders for Side Boards,
Ckstkk T.mii.ks. Arm Chairs, LocNiiKs, Wardrobe. Sofas,
Laimi: Wont Tablks. Hoxes. nnd e ther articles in his line of
business with promptness and dispatch.
4 :5-ly WM. FISCHER.
raMIE rXDKRSICXKD GRATEFPL FOR
9 the patron ice he formerly received while in business in
Honolulu, heirs leave to notify his friends and the public in geu
eral. that he has asiain commenced BAK!NO,and will be happy
to supply all who may favor him with their patrormce, with
ltrt-sxl siml VifH ol I In" IjchI quuli;y, AT THE
Bakery, next d.wr to Mr. C. E. Williams,
439-Gm Hotel street.
IX REMOVING II IS Itl'Sl X ESS
to Ins new COOi'ERAti E on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes thin opportunity of retprn
in his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in cent ral, for the support and patron
aue which thev have been pleased to pract
the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to busi
1 pro'mptness in he execution of all orders intrusted to
will merit a continuance of their favors. 440-ly
"Win. IT. HUDDY !
B JAVlXfi RECEIVED A LARGK AND Fl'LL
U stock of mat-rial, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the lcC Vcllow. IJron mil
W hilo SOAP. LS0
SOFT A.7VI OIL WOAI,
In lar.v'e or small riuantities to suit.
P. S. Soap urease always wanted.
.1. I. IfffJOIFKS,
IMI'IIRTH!! A- M lri'AC.
aS? TI BER of all kind of Saddlery, Car- C-fC
riae Trimmine, Mattress making n
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
Xy All orders promjitly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street. Honolulu
THE I XOERSICXEO WOULD RE-
r.'- spte: fully inform the pnplic th.it M is j.repared to cast
V? and tlnirh all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
Hr Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following
sizes : j, 1, 1, 2 and 2J. Also, oil cups and pauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
423 Jy Kin? street.
J. L. l.KWIS.
G. W. .NORTON".
3000 BARRELS XEW OILSHOOKS.
OIL CASKS A X I) SHOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
IOOO PINE MOLASSES BARRELS, oahnnl
and f r sale.
Cooperate on Kinjr St.. Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu. 4Zb.om
W. J. BikWLINS .
IIE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
C Works is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in peneral, with the best quality Y EI.LOW SOA 1.
SOFT SOAP nlwafs 01 linml.
The Highest Price paid for Soap Grease. 435-ly
Thompson & Nevill
II AVE COXST AXTLY OX HANDAXD
for sale, a pood assortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron !
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal !
At the Loirest Market Prices. 428-iy
B PPirjao n a an
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
OR SALE II Y
East ilani IMniitiitioii.
Sn:irs and .llolassos,
CROP XOW COM IXO IX, AXI ollerrd
for sale iu ouantities to suit by
Jl. HACKFELD A CO.,
SUGAR .V MOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
441.3m ALDRICII, WALKER & Co.
HAIWIKI PLANTATION I
Stiurstrs siiicl Iflolsisscs,
TOW COMING IX AXI) FOR SALE IX
quantities to suit, by
MELCHERS k CO.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CROP OF 1804.
For sale by (431-Cm) C. BREWER & CO
To Produce Dealers,
Hides, Goat Skins,
Old Composition, Old topper,
Tallow, Old Iron,
OFGIIT AT THE HltJIIEST MARKET
C. B "l EWER ft Co.,
N. R. Consignment from the other islands will have prompt
Revised and Lnlarged 100 Pages!
VjSlr, THIS ROOK. WHICH HAS Berii
TlJ'A .ever.il months in press, iu now published and
"C for Bale. It has ben rnrefully revised, and
about ONE Hl'NDRER NEW HYMNS ndded, which make it
the most complete collection of Hawaiian Hyinnsever published.
There are two styles of Binding to be had :
Clotli Cover. T0 Crnlo rnrh
Rnl Morocco Cover, $1,00 cncli.
For sale by
442-2m II. M. WHITNEY.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
OAHU n KATE I.OflETA VALENTINE, Complainant,
is. JOIl. II. I 'A I. EXT IN E, Defendant. Action nro.ight
before the Honorable R. i. Davis, Asrf;i.ite Ju'tice of the
Supreme Court, at Chamlx-rs, upon petition this day filed in
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
S EMMONS to JOHN II. f 'A L EN TINE, defendunt,
preetin : You are hereby summoned by order of the Hon.
R. O. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said Ju.le;e at his Chambers In the City of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. within twenty day. after the expira
tion of five months from the date of this summons, to bhotr
cause why Kate Loreta Valentine, complainant, should not
recover a judgment and .b-cree of this Honorable Court oivorc
inr her, the said complainant, from the bond of matrimony
now exi-tinc between the said Complainant and John H. Val
entine, defendant, on the grounds f denertion, all which is fuily
pet forth iu the petition filed in this cause. And you api hereby
notified that if you fail to appear and fib: an answer to the
sai l petition, as above, required, the said Complainant will
apply to this Court for the relief therein demanded.
Wits'kss the Honorable Robert U. Davis, Associate Justice
s of the Supreme Curt. s.t Honolulu, thl. 29th
( T Q I dav of August. A. D. Wi.
-L0 I ' jxo. k. BARNARD,
vvs Cb-rk SiiT.reaje Court.
-The above summon. Is hereby ordered to be pub-
lihed in the Pacific Cummtrcial Advfrtixrr of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, at least once a week for five consecutive
It. G. DAVIS. Justice Supreme Court.
R. II. STANLEY', Attorney for Petitioner.
Honolulu, MlU August, 1864. 4-"l-5m
STANDARD BOOKS !
G GILLESPIE'S LAND SURVEYING,
t French Wine and Liquor manufacturer,
Spike's Africa or Discovery of the Nile, $1 00
iea. Butler in New Orleans, 'i 00
The Small House at Arlington, by Trollop,
Dewey's Problem of Human Destiny,
Y'outh's History of the Rebellion,
Five Y'eari of Prayer, by Rev. J. Prime,
The Soldier Roy a Story of the Reb-llion;
The Pioneer Boy and how he became Persi lent,
Sonps for Little Ones at Home.
Family Pride, by the author of Pique,
The Bridal Eve, by Mrs Southwordi.
The Men of the North and South,
Thouchts on Personal Religion.
Fleetwood'! Life of Chri?t,
Forrester's Pictorial Miscellany,
Letter writers, various kinds; Cook book", various I ha Is,
Barbaul i's Evening at Hume, Butler's Hudibras,
Irv'mg's Life of Wa-hineton, 4 vols.
Beecher's Fndoni and War, Titoomb'a Iesors in Life,
Mackenit"s 600J Receipts,
Dictionary of Domestic Medicine and Surgery,
Draper's Human Physiology,
Kenan's Religious History and Criticism,
Cattle and their Diseases.
AND OTHER BOOKS TOO NUMEROUS TO SPECIFY.
For sale by
430 Ira II. M. WHITNEY.
Hawaiian Phrase Books.
A FRESH SUPPLY, HOUND
and convenient stvle.
For sale by
Plantation Labor Books !
BLANK BOOKS FOR KEEPING Laborer
accounts on plantations. Each page is ru'ed for one
month and contains space for 25 to bd n iraes.
PRICE SI.OO, S3.00 AND S7,00.
441-?n II. M. WHITNEY.