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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JANUAliV -21. 1S(5.
t SIX DUhbARS PER A NX I'M.
VOL.. IX. .No.Stt WIIULK . 452.
Hve a tear for the wretched a sml!e f.r the glad;
For the worthy apj-Umc au excuse for the bad;
Some help for the i.eedy some p;ty for tb'e
Who stray from the path where true happiness 3 i.
IIe a laugh for the child in hr play at thy feet;
Have re-;rc; f r the age I; ami pleas ir;t!y gr-et
Te slrang-r ihnt seeket'i f.r U'-'.lr from thee
Have a covering to spare if he naked should be.
Have a hope in thy s-.rrow a calm in thy joy;
Have a work that ii worthy thy life to employ :
And. oh : above all things cn this side the Sod,
Have peace with thy conscience, and peace with thy God.
Proverb-? are tLe fruits of the longest experience,
conveyer! in the fewest word'.
The best means cf establishing a high reputation
i to speak well anJ not better.
Hippioess only begins when wishes end : and he
who hankers after more enjojs nothing.
A Schoolmaster's Proverb The softer the head,
the harJer the work of driving anything into it.
We commence by being in love with our owu
thoughts, and follow by seeking to make others wor
Penitence d es not ppring from dread of punish
ment, but from eorrow over the inhereut wickedness
and guilt of tin.
Ureal is the Matf of life, and liquor the stilts
tbe former sustaining man, arid latter elevating him
for a ft!!.
It is a great blunder in the pursuit of happiness
not to know when we have got it; that i. not to be
Content with a reison&lle and possible neasure of it.
The water that has no taste is purest; the air that
has no odor is freshtsr; and of all the ruodiScations
of inauner, the uott generally pleading is simplicity.
A town criT took in charge a lo.t child, and pro
cedtd to hunt for its parents. On being asked by a
laij what was the matter, lireplied, Here's an
orph.in child, ma'am, and I'm trying to find its
A New Crime Importance or a Comma. In a
return teceived from the chief onhtahle by the parish
authorities, which records the dismissal of one of
their police t Cicers, the crime is stated to be, For
attempting to marry his wife, being alive."
A Western editor offered bis d;vil a dime a week,
or a share iu the p;iper; the cute young chap ud
Lesitatingly took the dime.
"Stockings I can do without so long as I wear
fopbtctiable dresses'," said a village belle somewhat
stmitenei in her financial resources, "but a bosom
pin and kid gloves I must have."
The f.,I!oing extract from the London H'tekly
Twit of September o is a melancholy example of
the elite i j of permitting children to play with fire
arm. The precocious inf nt who died at the age of
fifltrn minutes only aids another to the already ex
tensive Ii.-t of deaths from similar cau.ses :
" The coroner having briefly addressed the jury
On their melancholy duty, and pointed out to them
wha: he considered was the verdict they should re
tarn, the Jury unanimously recorded their verdict
that the deceived died from the accidental discharge
of hi owu gun. alter bving a quarter of an hour.
They al.-o appended an expression of sympathy for
the family of the deceased in their bereavement,
which was a loss to both his family aud to tbe whole
Poverty a RrnTiVE Term Dulwer says that
povttty is only an i iet. in nine cases out of ten.
ijomf men with ten thousand dollars a year purfer
more for want of" myitis linn others with three hun
dred. Tbe letson is, the richer matt has artificial
want. Hi? income is ten thousand, and be sutlers
enough from being dunned for unpaid u-.-lf to kill a
eensitite man. A man who earns a dollar a day,
und d.es not run in debt, is the happier of the two.
Very few jetple who have ucver been rich will be
lieve this, but it is as true as God's Vv'ord. There
are thoii-an-1- and thou-;ii:ds with princely incomes
who never know a moment's peace because they live
above their mems. There is really mire happiness
in the world among Wuiking peuple than among those
wqo are Cilled rich.
j'iictt About Muting.
If too mudi food is taken the stomach cannot
comert it into a t trfeet Mood material, hence no
perfect lIHd is made, and that heing mixed with
the other M -.l in the body makes the whole mass
of bloo J impure ; hence alter sm over-hearty
meal a jH.-rs.rn feels had all over." If the over
rating is hahitual, there is always some uneom
fortahle symptom complained of. Such ersona
are never well, and although they may eat hearti
ly, they do not get strong nor till up in flesh ;
it is because the stomach has been over-taxed, and
has not the power to extract the nourishment
from the food.
Wiien persons do not get strong, although they
rat a great deal, they will get stronger by eating
one-half less ; as a .-iekhy servant in attempting
to do a large amount ot work, djei none of it
well, whereas, if the task were a light one, the
whole i f it would have leen thoroughly done.
When any uncomfortable feeling is experienced
after eating, it is because sorue article does not
agree with the stomach," that is, cannot be di
gested by it. Thi- always arises from quality or
quantity, generally the latter. In such cases
take less and less until no discomfort is produced ;
it no special change is observed, it is because the
quality is unsuited to the condition of the stom
ach, or the general system des not require it.
An arncle may n t agree with the stomach to
day, but may agree with it very well in a few
days, weeks or uvuuiis afterwards, because its
distinctive elements may tfieu le needed in the
hy-teni. Most jrrs uis instinctively turn away
from roast pork in midsummer it would make
them sick but in winter time, when the ther
laorieter ie near zero, large quantities are eaten
with a relish, an I no specific discomfort follows.
As a general rule, instinct is the beet guide, and
that which is most relished is the thing which
h jiil 1 be eaten ; but if some discomfort invaria
bly fallows, it should Ihj omitted, at least until a
change of air. s -ix ii, or occupation.
It i-i a physical tnd moral wrong to take a
sing',,? mouthful when really it is not wanted ; the
motive being merely to ' eat even." to eat it out
ot the way. or feeling that if it not eaten it will
lie thrown away by the cook. If thus thrown
away me worm, or insect, or animal mav get it;
if eaten by yourself, it only oppresses the system
The finer food is divided or cut up before swal
1 wM, the sooner, the easier, and more erfect is
it digested, for like ice, it is dissolved from with
out, inwards, and the smaller the pieces, the
uooner they are melted.
" Bread" and butter," and milk, are the only
two articl of food which have all the elements
n-itrition : h-r.ee from childhood to extreme
"i 1 :i we are never tired of them Halt's Jour
nal of U-alth.
II. W. SI.VKUANCE,
AXD COMMISSION' MERCHANT,
I'ire-prcrof Store, Robinson's Building,
Ql'hKN STREET, TlONOLULL.
Will continue busiiis at the new stunJ. 424-ly
J. II. COLE,
(HrreKSsoB to a. p. evfp.ltt.)
At his late room. Queen Street.
IJ. F. SNOW,
IMfORTSR. AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Onliu, II. I. 425-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer nn I Deal r in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, ar d
general Merc.'iaoilise, corner of Fort and King streets 4 J6-ly
IIO.OT1TIjU STKAM F LOU It ?IIL.L.
FlciI B. 15RAN SD HOETrt. Eor sale by
42i ly S. 3AV1DQE, Proprietor.
Dealer in Gcuer.i l!tlerchandise, Ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruit at th shortest uotice, on reasonable terms.
Bills of exchange warned. 45-ly
ALKX. J. CARTWRKaiT,
I'uir.ruisiiort Merciiar t and Ger.eral Shipping Ageut, ITonolulu
Uaha, il. I 420-ly
H r Y .L U D I N CTON
(SCCCFSSK TO F. S. PRATT k CO.)
Importer and Vh lesi!e D'-aler in Wines an.l Spirits, and
Malt Liquors, Charlton Wharf, Honolulu, li. I. 417-ly
SAM'l.. V. CA97LC. J. B. ATUKP.TOS. AMOS. S. COOKE
CASTLK At COOKK,
General Merchants in tKe Fireproof Store, King: Street, oppo
site tlie Seameu'a Chapel.
ALSO AKEXTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celehnite Family Medicines,
Wheeler A- WiUon'.- Swint; Machines,
The Koh.iia Suii-tr oinp-iny.
The New Kn'l tn l Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The New York I'het.ix Marine Insurance Company,
The New York .ecurty Marine Insurance Company.
CHUNG MOON & CO.,
Commission Meichants and (.'t-neral airvnts Aeent3 for the
I'aukat and Atoauulu aar I'l.uilati .ns Importers of ta
and other Chir.ese and foiein tC'Mls and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian produce at ih new titooe Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. 4 12-1 y
A. S. CRiNBAUM & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing,
llal. Cap. Hoot- and ?ho-s, and every variety of Gentle
men's Suier;or Knrnisruni; Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied hy W. A. Aldricli, Esq., in Makee's lilock. Queen
Street. Hoiiolulu, Oaliu. 437-ly
C:iIi:W LAND UK OTHERS,
j IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS,
A UU.1XU STtEET, uexr do.T I -low A. S. Clegrorx.
Purchasers and deal. r .'n Fumru, Vucbo-Ie-mer, Shark fin
and other Inland produce. 411-ly
I) C. WATERMAN' A; CO.,
Esjcia! attention paid to the interests o.' the Whaling Fleet, hy
the furi:ihiii ( finix, j.rrchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
ISone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Ics-r9. I-aa' Ho-.vi.ani. Jr., K Co., New Bedford
W. 5. K. Pope. Eso., do.
Mi'M.an', SroSE .v Co. S.m Francisco.
M( Ui fii Jt Mkkkill. io 42i-ly
I. X. FLITXKR.
Continues his old huniness in the fireproof building Knahuma
."hroaometers r:tted hy observation? of tiie sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
an 1 adjusted '?;arts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and fiT sale. 425-ly
CH AH. a. BIS-P. f)I. A ALDEiCH
1IISHOI Ar CO.,
Bankers. Office in th.? eat corner of "Makee'e Block," on
Kaahumaiiu street, Hon jlulu.
Draw Hills of Exchange on
feirs. flRixxrt.r, IixTi-Rf Co., N"-w York.
IIi:xry A. Piekce, Esj , - Bocton.
Messrs. MoKfJAN, Stk A: Co., - Sin Francisco.
Will receive dtoos ts, discount flr-it-c!as business paver, and
attend to roil-i-timr, etc. 425-ly
A. P. CAItTCR
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Ilowolulii. Onliu. I!. I.
Jonv. M. Hoop, Eq
James Hcvsewkll, Esq.,
Chafiks 1!hfr, Esq.,
H. A. Pkibce, l'1 J
MessK4. MoitreK a: Mkrrill,
Of AS. WOI.COTT P.R.lKS, Esq., J"
Mfshs. Wm. PrSTAV t Co
JUssM. Pkki.e, HrnnKLL & Co...
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importers nml CoiaiitiiHion
AGENTS FOR THE
HAMPrRfJH-RRKMKN FlE IVsrRASCK COMPAST,
Kaiwiki Scc.ar Plantation.
To3lv Slt.ar Plantation.
GrsTAV C. MELcnsRS. J. D. Wicke, F A. Schazfkr,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase and eale of Hawaiian
i efers hv p'-rniiion to
B. F. Snow .". Messrs. Aldrich. Walkr & Co.,
Mesrs. C. A. Williams a; Co M-ra C. Brewer & Co.,
Mt frs. Castle & Cooke. Messrs. H. Hackfeld 4: Co.,
Messrs. D. C. Waterman Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co.
E. P. ADAMS,
SHIP CHAMMR AM I'EALER I GENERAL MEECHAD1$E
L A 1 1 A I " A , MAUI.
Irish and Sweet Potatoe, with other tecruita, constantly on
hand and for fiale at low rates. 4SS-tim
S. 2. BOWSBTT,
IS XlV 111 I! I A RED TO Fl'HMSH Bl ILD
in.c Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders fr.-ni the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner c'yueea and For: S:rtet. 430-Cm
Dtaltr in (General .Merchandise. Island Produce,
$-., und Commission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on han l an extensive assortment of ever"
d"scriptiri .f - l-s required hy ships and others. The
l.igVst pric- iriven f.,r l-U.ni Pr-.lace.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reafOQ&hle rates
nilo. February 3. lSfll
DIt. J. 3IOTT S.MITII,
OSce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
Physician aud Surgeon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. l'J5-iy
II. STAXGKXWALI), M. I.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Dispensary Physician, member of th
Medico-chirurgical College, and of the Pathological Society
of New York.
Office at the corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. Residence in
Nuuariu Valley, opposite that of E. O. Hall, Esq. 436-ly
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT St., HONOLULU, OA HIT
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardwark, Citi.krt, Mechanics
Tools and Agricvltckal Implements, For street, Hono
B. VMS HOLT. TH. C. HKL'CK
Von HOLT & HEUC'If,
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 425 ly
II. II ACKFF.LD Ar CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. 425-ly
JANION, (iltEEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiie-Proof Buildicgs, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 159. 425-ly
FLORFNS STAP V. N 1 1 0 II ST,
Aprent for the Bremen aud Dresden Board or Underw riters. All
average claims against the said Underwriters, occurring in
or alout this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
C. H. LEWKBd.
J. O. DICKSON.
L EWE ITS A- DICKSON,
Dealers In Lnmberand Buildintt M.iter:als,Fojt St. Honolulu.
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer It General Merchandise, tire-proof store corner of Ka
ahumanu and Queen streets, opposite Makee's Block.
Also. Retail establishment on Nuuauu street, above King.
XT Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 441-ly
3. F. EHLERS,
Denier In Dry Goods, Wlllcs, &e.
415-ly Fort Street. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
w o ir iv n i t w o iv ,
ALE and PORTER,
WILCOX, EIOHAEDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Kt-ep coristant'.y on ham! a full assortment
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
ALLS?' & CONWAY,
Will coniinae the Genera Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Knwaihae Potatoes, and such other re.
cruiLs as are required by whale ships ut the shortest notice
and on the mo.-t reasonable terms. 425-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HflflD.
A CA3IPBKLL TAILOlV.
. 1 1 r oit i jii, orroM i n i uui:ooi
IIECCK'S. h o received per i - cent arrivals, a choice
1 lot of Cloths. Cassimens and Vestiiifs, al-o asupeiior
i I 1 1 article of French, English, American. Scotch and Wil-liam.-ite
Tweeds, t aether with a variety of Flannels.
Blti" flannel suits. bl:irk pants and vc.-ts, white vests. Davies'
A: Jones' nhirts, coll. irs, ties an 1 suspenders, oa h inland for
ale cheap. 44 i-3ui
fflilC LMKIt!SIGXKI IS PltKPAREDTO
B take AuiiroC)pes an 1 Ph-itonphs. Also Cartes tie
Yisite In a style s-cond to nonn in Ilonoluiu.
SpecimeiiS can be seen at the Ga'lery, next door to the Test
Otrice. over the P. C. AdvertiserOtace.
442-3m H. L. CHASE.
BREAD AND lUSCLTl' BAKEKY,
Corner tiurrii nml Richnrl Sin.
X IIAXD AND FOR SALE, Freuli JlnUr
Pilot and Saw Breail ; So.la, Sugar, Butter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties providing their own flour, will have it baked upon
the lowest terms, ship Dread rebaked. 402-ly
BIAlYO REPAIRING !
by trade a piano-uiai'er. and having
had Ions experience in the manufao 'ipf&
ture if riANO. offers his services 4irJ-'
for the repairing and tuninsr of pianos, and guarantees satisfac
tion to all entrustins their work to him.
Orders left at Mr. Ficher's Cabinet Shop in Hotel St., w;l
be promptly attended to.
4i5-flra AUGUSTUS KOCH.
A.BR EEMENT BLANKS.
LANK FRIS OP AGREEMENT RE-
I'rice Sl.OO uer Dozen.
Far sale hy
II. 51. WHITNEY
M"ap of the Sancl-
rTJMIE ONLY CORRECT MAP OF THESE
K. Islands is that of the U. S. Exploring Expedition, pub
lisl.e I bj the American Government. Every farmer who owns
an acre of cround. every captain who commands a coaster, ev
ery traveUr who wants to find correct names and distances, ami
every trentiecian who desires to bf: posted up about the group,
shou.d possess a copy of it
A few copies loft, pri :e f 1. "0 rach.
3S-3 3m For sale at the BOOKSTORE.
The thrilliug V romantic Hawaiinn Talc
Hiwahiwa o Paliuli,
Ka waliixieokalivila .
hiieikcncai, the rcnoicncd woman of rzhuli,
the lady of the ticilight.)
Price $1 per copy, bound, 214 pp. 13mo.
This Tiiiwi rjarrttes one of the Ancient Hawaiian legends
written in the most polished and pure style of the language.
Peine th- first b . of the kind ever published in the vernacu
Hr, an-: a'so one of th; m"t popular of the leL"-'tl3 ef this pe
pie, it will be valied by nil foreigners and natives, who de?ir!
to s; it records preserved in this form.
For sale bv
II M. WHITNEY .
r.W STYLES RECEIVED P.Y LATE
11 ARRIVAL:. Fcrsale by
D II. WHITNEV.
CASTIjK A: COOKS,
PP01XTED BY U1GEI.OW &i HROTIIER.
of S.in Francisco, Aeeuts for the well known MA1UNE
Tbe N. Y. IMn nii. n-vl Sl.OOO.OOO.
Ami the N. Y. Security. ntls S2.000.000.
Are prepared to take risks upon C A RGO. T R E A SI R E
and FREIGHTS, to and from all parts of the world
against partial or total loss from War or Marine hazards, upon
the ino?t favorable terms.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
New Eugluntl Life lniimiice Couipaur,
Life risks taken upon the most favorable terms. 450 -6m
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGN ED. Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks acainst fire Id and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHEKS & CO.
Uonoiulu Oct. 11, 1S57. 425-ly
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
Jl above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
CARCO. FKEKillT and TREASURE.
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
jroup, and vice versa.
41S-ly II. HACKFELD A CO.
SAN FR .vt lSCO.
rirufE undersign:ki HAVING BEEN
JL Appointed Apents f ;r the a.') ivi: company, beg leave to
"afonn the the public, that they are uow prepared to issue
M A R I .V il IXSl'R A N C K 1 O L 1 CIES
oa Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
II. HACKFELP & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1SC2.
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing,
ton and Mattery street.
nmiE undersigned are prepared
JL to issue u Marine Insurance policies," each being respon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against his own name
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
Jch.n Parp.ctt, Jamss I'OSAHfi:,
Gkoroe C. Johnson',
William k. Uap.ros,
JAMF1 R. flACOIV.
J. Moka MOod.
ALDRICII, VALKEK & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
milR UNDERSIGNED HAVING KEEN
1 appoiutet! agents for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are row prepared to is?ue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CnrorK, Freight nml Trennure.
ALDUICI1, WALKER ti CO
II. nolulu, Aug. 22, 13C4.
rlll E U N DERSIG N ED. A G FATS FOR Til E
5L above Company, have recently received instructions to re
duce the Kate of Premium on Stone and Br'ick Huildincs and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Risks taken oti Buildings, Machinery. vc. on Sugar Planta
tion". JANION, GKEEN V Co.,
TIIE BRITISH AND FORRIC.V
MARKSE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Herd Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
N. B. This Company takes ritks on gotnls only and not on
BENNETT & SVTKENNY
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
0 and dispatch. 444-ly
STOVES and TINWARE!
GEORGE 0. SIDERS
Offers For Sale a Lnrge Assortment of
Just Received per Late Arrivals,
Which he will eell cheap for Cash or Atproved Credit.
J Complete AnRortment of
TINWARE, SHEET IRON, Arc, c ,
SHIP WORK and PLUMBING done
with Neatness and Dispatch.
Fleass Call ok Me Before Purchasing Elseherb.
Corner of Fori nnd Ki"K Streets.
Steam Biscuit Bakery.
rMIE I'XDERSIG VCD WOULD RES.
Jl pectfully inform his friends and the public generally that
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
i Being new ia full operation, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread. Water Crackers,
And other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy competition.
Farties furnihinsr their own flour for ship bread, will have It
rnaJs up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other iUni9 promptly attended to.
ROBERT LOVE Nuuar.u Street.
XT Orders in Honolulu fur shipping to he left with Messrs.
Wiicox Richrds : Co. 420-titn
DLAXK FRFIG IIT-BI LL BOOKS,
L For sale by
n. M wniTNEY.
R. d. MORGAN.
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the
Drug Store of J. Mott Smith A,- Co. 4i6-ly
BOOT and .SHOEMAK ER. Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. 4'25-ly
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of fine
Broadcloth, Cassimeres and Buckskin, Nuuanu M., below
King St. WT-ly
J. II. WICKE,
ALAKEA 8TBEKT, BELOW THK THEATRE.
Furnitrue made and repaired at reasonable prices. 4W-Iy
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lewers S: Dickson's office 5 Workshop at the old
Stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B- Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 422-ly
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) ANOOF
fers for sale a complete assortment of Fl'RNITl'RE,
and i prepared to fill all order? in his liue with promptness and
manufactured of Koa and Kou woods, consistii g in part of Side
hoards. Centre Tables, Arm Chairs, Ixiunges, Sofas, Ladies
Work Tal'les and boxes at reasonable prices.
411-ly Hotel St., near the Drug Store of J. M. Smith 4r Co.
THE UXDERSIfJXEI) j
having taken the building ad- 3iw:e
ioininc the Drug Store of J. M. "w
Smith & Co.. on Ilotol Street, on.-rs tr eaie a
complete assortment of SUPERIOR F V It N IT V R K,
;iade from A'OJ, KOU, AND othkr Fisb Woods.
Is prepared to manufacture and fill Orders for Sipe Boards,
Centre Tables. Arm Cuairs, Lounges, Wardrobes. Sofas,
Ladies Work Tables, Boxes, nd other articles iu his line of
business with promptness aud dispatch.
435-iy WM. FISCHER.
NEW BAKKRY !
nmiE I'XDERSICXED GRATEFUL FOR
M the patronupe he formerly received while in business in
Honolulu, begs leave to notify his friend and the public in ge
eral, that he has aain commenced BAKING, and will be happy
to supply all who may favor him with their patronage, with
H'nnl nml I'iew ot ibe lcI quality, AT Tilt:
V I LL I A M M A N V,
Bakery, next d.xr to Mr. C. E. Williams,
439-Cm HoUd stix-t.
J. .A . 33 tfEDICK,
IN REMOVING IIISRUS1NESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opportunity of retprn
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
1 aee which they have been pleased to grant
him for the past ten year?, and hoes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders Intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 440-ly
"VV111. IX. IIXJITY!
Iff AVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
U S stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
Mid the public, with the bem Vrllvw, Urowu nnd
White SOAP. ALSO
KOFT VTI OIL HOAP,
In larfje or small quantities to suit.
P. B. Soap grease always wanted. 441-ly
J. I. IIUOMKS,
I M PORT E II Ai MA N U FA C-
'V TClttK of all kind of Saddlerv. Car- CiSfJU
riaee Trimming, Mattress making .Tr
anl repairinp done with neatness and diipatch
TT All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 432-ly
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spertfully inform the puplic that ha is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
d'snatchand at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following
1, I, 1, 1, 2 and 2J. Also, oil cups and frauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
ly ! King street.
j. L. Ltwrs.
LEWIS & NORTON,
300O BARRELS NEW OIL SIIOOKS.
OIL CASKS AND SIIOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
IOOO PINE MOLASSES BARRELS, on hand
and f t sale.
Cooperage on Ring St., Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu. 43S-6m
W. J. RAWLINS.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
Works is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the btst. quality Y ELLO W SO A P.
SOFT SOAP nlwny on hand.
The Highest Price paid for Soap Gkeab. 4W-ly
Thompson & Neville.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, a good assortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Goal !
At the Lciccst Market Prices. 42S-iy
10,000 Old Xewspapers
SUITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER.
For sale cheap by the 100 cr IOOO.
34-3m II. M. WHITNEY.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
FOR SALE 11 Y
East illaiii Plantation.
Susrars and Molasses,
ROP NOW COMING IN, AND offered
for saie in quantities to suit by
:i. iiAtbrt.Lu a iu.,
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
441.3m ALDIUCH. WALKER & Co.
KAIWIKI PLANTATION I
Ssif?ars and Hlolasses,
NOW COMING IN AM FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
4J-em MELCHERS h CO.
Sugar and Molasses!
From tho Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CROP OF 1SG4.
For sale by 431-8m) C. BREWER & CO
I HEREBY FORbTd ALL PERSONS
trusting uy one ou bit account without my written order.
444 0m JAMES DAWSON.
Revised and Enlarged 400 Pages!
IWV, THIS BOOK. WHICH HAS Bern
Tyi? several months in press, is now published and
"ic for sale. It has been carefully revised, and
about ONE HUNDRED NEW HYMNS added, which makes it
the most complete collection of Hawaiian Hymns ever published.
There are two styles of Binding to be had :
Cloth Corrri. ZtO Cruta rnch.
Red Morocco Covers, S1,00 rach.
For sale by
42-2m II. M. WHITNEY.
IN TIIE SUPREME
COURT OT TIIE
0AHI7 KATE LORETA VALENTINE, Complainant,
vs. JOHN II. VALENTINE, Defendant. Action brought
before the Honorable R. O. Davis. Associate Justice of tho
Supreme Court, at Chamlers, upon petition this day filed In the
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
SUMMONS to JOHN H. VALENTINE, defendant,
greeti n e; : You are hereby summoned by order of the Hon.
K. U. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said Jude at his Chambers in the City of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. within twenty days after the expira
tion of five mouths from the date of this summons, to show
cause why Kate Eoreta Valentine, complainant, should not
recover a judgment and decree of this Honorable Court aiToro
ing her, the said complainant, from the bonds of matrimony
now existing between the said Complainant and John H. Val
entine, defendant, on the grounds of desertion, all which is fully
set forth in the petition filed in this cause. And you are hereby
notified that if you fail to appear and file an answer to the
said petition, as above required, the said Complainant will
apply to this Court fur the relief therein demanded.
WiTSKSs the Honorable Rolert O. Davis, Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court, at Honolulu, this 2Uttt
day of August, A. D. 18C4.
JNO. E. RARNARD,
. Clerk Supreme Court.
ORDER The above nummons is hereby ordered to be pub
lished in the Pacific Commtrcial Advrrtitrr of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, at least once a week for five consecutive
K. Q. DAVIS. Juftice Hupreme Court.
R. II. STANLEY, Attorney for Petitioner.
Honolulu, 2th August, 1864. 4H-5ni
ILLESPIE'S LAND SURVEYING.
French Wine and Liquor manufacturer,
hpike's Africa or Discovery of the Nile, 4 00
(ien. Rutler in New Orleans, 3 00
The Small House at Arlington, by Trollope,
Dewey's Problem of Human Destiny,
Youth's History of the Relwllion,
Five Y'esrs of l'rayer. by Rev. J. Prime,
The Soldier Boy a Story of the Rebellion;
The Pioneer Boy and how he became Peesldeot,
tongs for Little Ones at Home.
Family Pride, by the author of Pique,
The Bridal Eve, by Mrs. Soiithworth.
The Men of the North and South,
Thoughts on Personal Religion.
Fleetwoods Life of Christ.
Forrester' Pictorial Miscellany,
Letter writers, various kinds; Cook books, various kloJj,
Barbauld's Evenings at Home, Butler's Hudibras,
Irving's Life of Washington, 4 vols.
Beecher's Freedom and War, Titcomb's Lessons la Life,
Mackenzie's 6000 Receipts.
Dictionary of Domestic Medicine and Eurgery,
Draper's Human Physiology,
Kenan's Religious History and Criiiclsm,
Cattle and their Diseases.
AND OTHER BOOKS TOO NUMEROUS TO EPECIFT.
For sale by
430-lm n. M. WHITNEY.
Hawaiian Phrase Books.
4 FRESH SUPPLyT" BOUND IN NEAT
ind convenient style. For sale by
It. M. YrillTNET.
Plantation Labor Books !
BLANK BOOKS FOR KEEPING Lnbersrs
accounts on plantations. Each page is ruled for one
month and contains space for 25 to 50 n.imfi.
price ai.oo, as.oo and 7.oo.
441-Sni U. M. WHITNEY.
FOR cementing glass, earthen
or China ware, wood , shell or paper work. As a cement
for China ware, it is unequalled. Price 37 J cents. For sale
by (444-4t) H. M. WHITNEY.
IMIXT BOXES !
HILDRENS' PAINT BOXES OF rari
size, tnd prices, for saie by nnY