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A correspondent of the Chicago Times,
from London, under date of July 21, says :
The Queen's printer, who alone by an
cient statute law is permitted to publish
I Bibles within the realm, has put his signa
ture upoo the last proof sheet vt the new
4 revision of the New Testament, and within
, a week the first shipment of the bound
volumes will be made to wherever the
English tongue is spoken by Protestants.
For many reasons the new revision is an
; epoch in Protestantism and a red letter day in
all Christian churches the world over. Its
advent, looked forward to for over a decade,
iaod the hope cf thousands of Christian
! minds, will be a subject of absorbing interest.
lhe revision is catholic in its nature;
cathedral in its form. It is the joint work
of the new and old worlds ; of all branches
of the Protestant Church ; of learning and
piety joined hand in band ; priest and lay
men, prelate and scholar, working together-.
The necessity for a revision of the present
text has become imperative and for many
years previously there had been careful in
and discussion, in regard to the best
I by which it ought to be brought
. The plan that has been slowly ma
r under the advice of the roost eminent
i in this country and America was
iteJ to the Convocation May 6. 1S70.
.bo met with prompt approval, and the
now completing was begun without
The scheme could never hare had
ope of success had it been confined to
i Established Church, and it therefore
opiated a union of learning and special
i for the labor that would embrace the
. world; that would unite all English
. ng races and all denominations; that
i produce a text to be accepted in all
and among all people as an author
it . . . version ' and a correct rendering of
!. iginal text so far as the original text
u be agreed upon by scholars.
? English Committee appointed by the
ation comprised the venerable Arch-
French, of Dublin ; the Bishops of
n, Winchester, St. David's, Durham ;
ury, Bath and Wells, LlandarT, GIou
and Bristol, and St. Andrews ; the
of Westminister, Ely, Lichfield,
ster, Lincoln, Canterbury and Peter
h ; the Archdeacon of Dublin, Can
V. Bedford and Maidstone: the Pro
fessors of Hebrew Greek, Arabic and special
theological branches ' in the universities of
Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, London,
Glasgow, and of the Wesleyan College at
Didshnry: the Baptist Colleges at London
and Bristol, the Congregational Colleges at
Glasgow, and the Free Kirk (Presbyterian)
College at Glasgow, Aberdeen and, Edin
burgh. To these were added eminent Lay-
I men adapted to the work.
" J The American Committee was organized
i in 1971, chiefly from professors in the lead
1 intr ih-nlncrin! prninaris of the different
denoaifmations ; the divinity schools of Har
vard", ' Yale, Princeton, New Brunswick.
Andover, Rochester, New York, Philadel
phia, Trenton, Hartford, Alexandria and
other cities furnishing their ablest scholars.
Bishop Lee was the only Trans-Atlantic
In addition to these committees, Teschen
dorf, Kennen, Ewald and nearly a hundred
other eminent Bible scholars of the Conti
nent (including several Catholic prelates)
placed their special knowledge, their time
and their manuscript treasures at the dis-
1 posal of the committee, and, as correspond-
: . j . r
lug memoers, nave renuerro Bssuuuce ui
the very highest value.
The principles of the revision were
markedly conservative. As few altera
tions in the present text as faithfulness to
the original would permit " was the first
nd great commandment ; but it was under
stood that faithfulness to the original n re
quired a great many changes. No change
was retained without a two-thirds vote in
each committee. The original text " was
selected in the same manner from the oldest
and best uncial manuscripts!
In America and here, following in part
the plan of the King James translators, the
committee divided, the Hebraists taking the
Old Testament, the Hellenists the New
Testament. These did not sub-divide the
word, however, and each member, of the
New Testament Committee became respon
sible for the correctness of the entire work.
Great as has been the bulk of information
disseminated concerning the Scriptures,
some facts of the first importance are little
known. - One of them is that there never
has been a standard text. The editions
printed by the Queen's printer for the Bible
; Society have widely varied, and since King
James's day there have been many unau
I , thorized and no authorized version strictly
? so-called. The American Bible Society is
f even in worse plight, and has of late years
i been adhering to a text of its own, while the
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Otuer SOCieiies UO not eitu aumie iw uuc
The Dresent text of the English version is
nvpr thro centuries old.' and during that
time the language has not alone taken on
many new words, out it nas aiso uropu
many then in use, and found new meanings
fox old words which, have lost their original
significance. Let me instance a few obso
lete words : Doves tabering on their
breasts," instead of drumming. "The lion
filled his den with ravin," instead of plun
der ; Neither is there any daysman,- in
stead of umpire ; Ouches," for sockets ;
clouts," for patches ; eariog,", for plough
ing; bruit." for report ;' bowled, for
wallow, are other examples. The changes
in signification, however, are much more
, important, and lead to error, contradiction,
dispute. When we read that the daughter
of Herodias said, Give me, by and by, in a
charger, the head of John the Baptist," it is.
natural to think that she was in no great
hurry. But three hundred years ago by
and by" meant instantly, immediately,
forthwith, and a charger " was not a war
borae," but what our housewives call a dish
and yours a platter. M Give me instantly in
a. dish the head of John Baptist,? is quite
different from the old form. The "artillery "
ao often spoken of in the Bible is not our
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artillery, but literally bows and arrows. "Go
to then meant come.
The corrections necessary to bring the
English text into accord with the language
oi to-day, many as they aie, are insignifi
cant, however, when compared with the
errors of early translators. In many cases,
so weak were they in Hebrew, they were
compelled to leave Hebrew words untrans
lated, not knowing or being unable to guess
their meaning. A familiar, instance is the
word Belial, which is supposed to be a pro
per name, but it simply means unworthy.
and the phrase " sons of Belial " should pro
perly read " unworthy men ;" Jasher " is
not a proper name, but an adjective, mean
ing upright, and the Book of Jasher " was
the Book of the Upright." The " Gam
madims" (Ezek. xxvii, 11) are warriors;
rannag " (v. 17) means a candy ; "Sheth
means a tumul ; ' Bajith an idol temple.
Their wild " guesses " often show absurd
blunders. The " mules" mentioned in
Genesis as having been found were warm
springs; "pledges' they turned into thick
clay ; " fleet " into both piercing and
crooked ; " curls " into galleries ; leaders "
into avenging ; ostriches n into owls ;
" goats " into satyrs ; droves " into, linen
yarn ; set up " they render as cast down,
and Joseph's " tunic with sleeves " they
transmogrify into a coat of many colors."
Still more important than either the
changes of the language or the blunders of
translators, have been the corrections that
have been made in the original text, by the
comparison of manuscripts generally, and by
the discovery of two very ancient manu
scripts of the Bible in particular. A single
illustration of thi3 will suffice : Mark says
that on the cross the Christ was given wine
mingled with myrrh ; Matthew says vinegar.
The natural inference is that the writers did
not disagree, and that the error. arose in
copying. By comparing manuscripts the
inference is found to be correct, the older
codices agreeing upon wine. The two
words in the Greek are very much alike of
the same length, and differing only in the
middle letter. The most violent of atheisti
cal shoemakers, when shown the manu
scripts, would not hesitate in., his acknow
ment that there was no contradiction, and
that the cause of the error was to be found
in the carelessness of some copyist of the
Greek text of Matthew.
Reverence for the Bible is modern. It is,
in fact, an outcome of the Reformation.
The Greek and " Roman Churches respect
the Bible ; the Protestant reveres some
times worships it. In old times copies were
made with care, but not sufficient to avoid
mistakes, and very few agreed. - Very few
agree now, except when printed from the
same plates, and it is not safe to cast stones.
The denunciation of those who ' added to or
took away " has always been confined to
When the present translation was made
there had been comparatively no comparison
of manuscripts for the elimination of errors ;
there were very few manuscripts available ;
no very old manuscripts were known ; the
inaccurate Vulgate (Latin translation) of.
that day was the staff upon which the forty
leaned, and texts kuown to be corrupt had"
to be used for want of better. The eldest
copy of a manuscript that they consulted was
ot the middle ages. -
Within the present generation two. copies
of the Bible, made about 340 a. p., have been
brought to light, the pages photographed,
and copies distributed among- scholars..
These are the celebrated " Codez Sinaiticus,"
found by Tischendorf in a convent on Mount
Sinai, and the "Codex Vaticanus," found
in the Vatican library at Rome, where for
centuries it had reposed unnoticed and un
cared for. Those two alone have been of
priceless value in detecting errors of tran
scription and in harmonizing discordant pas
sages satisfactorily to the skeptical as well
as the credulous seeker for truth. ' The
present version of the Bible is based upon a
very few modern manuscripts, not exceeding
five in number. That now before us made
from careful comparison of over twelve hun
dred, ninety-eight being ancient from the
fourth to the tenth century. . In addition all
the quotations ' by the patristic and early
writers have been collected, and the early
translations into Syriac, Latin, Gothic,
Egyptian, Celtic, Arabie, and Slavonic.
Three centuries ago the translators of.
King James had few aids and little material
for the work, Those of Victoria have- the
accumulated treasures of ten thousand able
workers, and storehouse filled with material.
Astonishment must be "expressed that they,
have found so little of vital importance to
Christianity to condemn in the work-of their
predecessors not that they have made ten
thousand trivial and one thousand important
changes in the New Testament.
The translation of King James was. more
a new revision than' the ordered translation ;
the revision of Victoria is more a new trans
lation than' the ordered revision. In each
case the exigencies of the labor compelled a
departure from and compromise with the in
structions. Tn the latter case there is' less
reason than the former, but after the first
excitement dies away it will not be re-,
gretted. , , , . T . ..
- . ' ' (To he continued.) ' ' ' ?
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 30, 1880.
JAMES ' M. MONSABBAT,
ATTORNEY A 7VD COUNSELLOR AT
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1 a jjn . CfCl-iat ilWNHtw ymf v w
Loans Conveyancing and aB saatieri appertaining to Heal
(Usioner ! Deed far the Stat f Sew Trk
OrnCXi No. 9 Kaahamanu St.
BOSOLttC, . l. 80
J. M. DAVIDSON,
A TTORNEV -T LAW. m-.k-.
J Offlce, No. 27 Merchant street. Corer U- W. Clark a
Jewelry Establishment.) llooolula. " nisijr
RICHARD F. BICKEBTON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT UW.
Will attend the Term of Courts on the ''01d
Hooey to lend on Mortgages of rreeuolds. CT OFflCB, No.
SS Merchant Street, S doors from Dr. Stangenwald s.
my lb BO
A TTOKNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
i NOTARY PCBUC and gent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instramenta for the Island of Oaha.
-No. 8 Kaahamanu Street, Ilonolala. H. I. teT XI
CASTLE & HATCH,
ATTORXETS AT LAW. W. R. CASTLE,
WiU attend all the Courts of the Kingdom. Particular at
tention paid to the negotiation" of Loans, Conreyancing. Col
lecting, etc. ET Mouey to Loan on Mortgage. OVriVb .
37 Vort Hireet. oer Oillinjham & Co's. Iloooiulu
BEN J. H. AUSTIN,
OUNSELLOR AT LAW
HUMAN D ST.
NO. 13. si A A-
JOHN W. KALUA,.
ATTORNEY AND LUUs.in
A gent lo take acknowledgments of Instruments for ths
Island of Maui. Also Agent to taka acknowledgment tor
Labor Contracts for the district of Wailuku. acpa ly
CHAS. T. QULICjI,
TXT O T -A. n PUBItIO,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLKDPitSNTS TO
LABOR CONTRACTS and
General Business Agent.
Office in Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahamanu
Streets. Honolulo. apS-Wly
JN0. A. HASSINGEB,
GENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLKWU
menti to Contracts tor Labor.
Interior Office, Honolulu. sell 6m
A UENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
A to Contracts lor Labor lo the District of Kooa, Island of
Oahu. at the Omce of the Honolulu Water Works, foot ol
G. W. MAOFABLANE & Co,,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER-
Robinson's rire-proor Building. Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.
ABUT i roa
Tb Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
1'ue opencer naouiiioa, 11110,
The Wsikapu Plantation,
Iluelo rtugar Mill,
Mirrlt-rs, Tait sV Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John Uay A Co's Liverpool and London Packets.
481 The Ulasgoa and Iloooiulu Line of Packets. 80
KUCHA NT TAILOR. 38 FORT ST.
ap24 Honolulu, H. I. 80
H. E. McINTYBE & BB0THEB,
ROCERY AND FEED STUHK.
Corner of King and Fort Streets.
oi 79 Honolulu. II. I.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
INCJ, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description or Gent's Superior
Furnishing Uoods. IT Wen ken's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. COB J IB or f OUT AMD alKBOHABT DTBBBTS. JalO 99
I.VtPORTER;WHOLEMALE AND RETAIL
Uealer in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua-
a Street. . Ja3 BO
m. a. wbitmbt.
J. W. BOBSBTAOS.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON)
(Successors to 11. M. Whitney.)
STATIONERY. PUBLISHERS. NEWS
DEALERS . UUUK BINDERS.
ja!7 80 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ly
M. .PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers In Clothing. Boots, Shoes. Hats. Men's Furnishing; and
Fancy Uoods. (noli 70) No. 11 Kaahumanu St.. Honolulu
; vBBOWN & CO.,
M PORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINKS AND SPIRITS, AT WUOLKSALK.
0 Merchant Street, nl 79) Honolulu, H. I.
A. S. CLEGH0BN t Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DKALKRS IN
' Ceneral Merchandise,
Corner Queen anu Kaahumanu 8ts. ocA 70
OHULAN & CO.,
EM PORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
1 CHINA GOODS
Uf all descriptions, and la all kinds of Dry Goods. Also.con
, stantly pn hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
o4 Nnuanu Street, Honolulu. 70
.. . . I A. W, BUSH, ,
GKOC'ER AND PROVISION DEALER.
' family Grocery and Feed Store, - t
7 Orders entrusted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. b 2 Port Street. Honolulu. (apl3 80
' J6HN thos. watebhouse,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
' eu28 Qareo Street,
J e. Dtcitaoa.
0. M. COOKS
LEWEBS k DICKSON, 1
BALER IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
au7 Materials. Port Street. SO
, JAS. GAY,
"URVEYOR. WA1MEA. HAWAII.
' N . B. Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
ja3 DO U
A. W. PELRCE & CO.,
S,J.'LiD,,ANDI'B:R8 AT COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. Importers of General Merchandise.
A genu for Braal's Guns and Bomb Lances, Perry Davis
Pain Killer. Pierce's Magnetic Truss, Whalemen's Shipping
List, Ac. Queen Street, Honolulu. (ja3 go)
. . WONG :LE0NG & CO.
Cersier ef NnaatBiai mm4 Maria Street.
Honolulu. H. I. Dealers In Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Hat and Caps. Fancy Goods, etc. Have also
constantly on hand, Hawaiian Rice in quantities lo suit. Also
China Choice Tea, China Seine Twine, Chin Silk Handker
chiefs and Sashes, etc. ' - ' -
Aff;pBitKailua Rice Plantation, Kaopa Rice Plantation,
and galaaaa Rice Plantation, - lia 10
NO. 139, FORT ST., HONOLULU.
Teacher of Vocal & Instrumental Unuc.
129 FORT BT. TERMS REASONABLE. sell
WSJ. Q. IBW1B.
WM::G. IBr7IN & Co.,
Sugar Factor, and Commiuion Agents,
Jy3 80 . HONOLULU, H. L
ED. H01TSCHLAEGEB & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER-
Comer of Fort and MercbaBt Btreeu.
DB. H. N. VINEBEBG.
Gold Medallist, McOill College, Canada.)
Attended the Hospitals derot ed to diseases of women and
children while completing his (todies ia London, England
OFFICE SO Fort street, next door to the Library. Hours
8 to 10 A. a, 2 to A and 7 lo P. M.
K7 NIGHT BELL JDt sel8 3m
(Graduate of McGill College, Montreal.)
V ATE PROFESSORef MEDICAL JUR1S-
M-J prudence, and formerly Deauonstrator of Anatomy ia
the University of Htabop's vouege, Montreal, Canada, and
for some time House Surgeon ia the London Hospital, London,
OFFICE Corner of Hotel and Fort streets, (over Mellia A
HOURS frm S to 10 A. AT; lis 4, amd 7 to S J. J
NIGHT BELL. -CJ JuM ly
JOHN S. McGBEW, M. D.,
LATE BURGEON TJ. 8. ARMY,
Can Be consulted at his Residence on Hotel street,
between A lakes and Fort streets. ' set
A. 0. standabt, m. d
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE.
On Fort Street, near David Burrows.
C7 Especial attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat. nS 79
Es COOK WEBB, M. D.,
1 ATE CHIEP OF STAFF HOMEOZPA
aLd TUIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Island, N. V. Office, 60
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women and chil
dren. ' '
E7 OAwcs? II si re Until 10 A. M.. 3 to 4 P. M.
DB. E. STEVENSON,
ItlEMBGR COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS
1 1 M and Surgeons of Ontario, Canada. -87
OFFICE and Residence, cor. of Chaplain Lane and Fort
street. a.rll tf
DR. E. H. THAOHER,
DENTIST. WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Inform ths citisens of Honolulu that he la prepared to
practice his profession in its varied branches, giving particu
lar attention to the PRK8KRYATI0N OF THE TKETH, In
troducing the LATE8T methods and appliances known to the
In Artificial Work Gold, Celluloid and Vulcanite, used for
Baseplates, Making Useefa Rcceat Pateat for
their successful retention ia the mouth. - i
By strict attention to business, thorough work, and reasona
ble prices, I hope to have a liberal share of the public patronage.
OFFICK AND RKSDIKNCK between Queen BmmeV and
Fort Street Church, Beretanla titreec. ' ' '' marS7 SO
J. II. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
ENT.tL OFFICE, FORT STREET,
corner Hotel, in Brewer's New Block. ' d20 70
ALLEN & STA0KP0LE,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MKRCHANDI8B and SHIPPING BUSINESS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the Justly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, sod such other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and oa the
most reasonable terms. (ao's U)
C. C. COLEMAN.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriese Work, $co.
Shop on King street, next to Castle A Cooke.
HARBISON & PEDDLEB,
BRICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS, .
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Qibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason; Work.
flrxvial attoitian eiven to setting Ranges. Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business In our line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by us la guarantees to give
satisfaction. IT" "
J. U. WICKE.
OAblnet 3VT Ab.er,
ALA KEA STREET.
ONK DOOR BELOW 'HOTEL 8TBKKT. .
Furniture of all descriptions sasds and repaired at reason
able rales. Good workmanship guaranteed. ap28 80 -
S. M. WHITMAN,
A GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
XO King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTBNTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing Carriage Work
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. 83 Fort St., opposite K. O. HaU Bon. Honolulu.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY
and FINK MACHINERY carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner
jrr Order from the Other Islands promptly at-
t ended to. wwt
S. SBOSLUa. "
C. 0ECELKEN c CO.,
NO. 8 NCUANU STREET,
a Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
TJ TIb, Sheet IrB A Cepserwire I
KBSr COHSTaXTLT o Hab
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
CslTAiUed lri asd Lcsd Pipe, J
P19 80 Udl Kser Hsae, ., tc.
CEO. Ss HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavy Wagon Work. Moulding Bitta, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines, ,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fillings, a speciality. ,
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
tT Shop on the Esplanade. In the rear of Mr. Geo. Lucas
Planing Mill. ia 80
THOS. B. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder. ' J
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Oven and Ranges. Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
t.:-fe. pnn.iiina lfanamenta sad Head stooes.
marble or granite. BZT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P. O. I3 w
W. E. FOSTER,
- SADDLES and HABHE3S 2IAXEB,
' t j Fort street, next door to T. lack,
Daiu. am Ssbblss Cosstawtlt o - Hsas.
VT Orders from Ui. other Islands promptly attaaded ta.J
apS-AO ly -
P. D ALTON,
iiddlc and Darixcsjs Slakcr,
. KM Q 3TMKZT, BOlfOLULO.
. BAri.SAdilt A She Lcalh-C '
r, CbraUbUt BAid. 1.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. anT 80
STEAM CANDY J :
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,
Practical CeBfectleier, Vtsttj Cask ui tAker,
So. 7ft Hotei street, between Nuuaou And Fort.
aplO 80 ly
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Stesm Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Alao, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terras.
Address through the Post Offlce. fe7 80
vFseab and Carriage Builder, ti and 78 kin-St.,
Honolulu. ja'24 80) Island orders promptly executed.
Fort Street. Honolulu. - Hawaiian Islands.
Carriage & W agon
B U I L I T ,
Net. o3 Klsiir Sit., ppoaile ths Si a I low Hosnte.
I3r BEPllKlG DUKE AT SUOUT NOTICE. "5
' L' '' ' au2I tf '
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artlflelal Stone Sidewalks Laid, , . .
Cemeotlut; 1b all Its Branthes,
TVhltenlag:, Calsonilnlng and JobbiHgr
Promptly atted Jed to.
Astestos Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering,
Done ia the beat manner and by experienced workmen.
As to ability to perform work in our line, we beg to refer the
public generally lo the residences of His Ex. Sam'l O. Wilder,
H. H. Ruth Keelikolani and Hon. C. U. Judd.
tZT Leave Orders at S. D. Burrow's Planing Mill, Fort sL
. A. A. MONTANO,
' PHOTOQRAPHER & DKALER IN ALL KINDS OF
.Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
' Comer of Kin and Fort SL, Honolulu. oc2
A. X t; 1 S .
PORTRAITS IN CRAYON. PASTEL AND
Water Colors; also, Crayon and Water Colors combined.
Chromo-Photographs in Oil and Photographs Colored. Old
natures Copied and enlarged. Prices reasonable and satis
faction gauranteed. Studio and Residence, No. 30 Beretania
street. m1 tf
avc a. o n i n i s T
Sit. 40 illUT sTRKKT, f
will attend to all orders in the ly
LOCK., til. A CKIVKRAL KEPAIB LIE
nt win ve SDecial attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light M achlnery
and Metal Work of every description, Blar kaotithing,
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR ALR CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing .Machines,
Gibs, Pistols. Shot.. AmmnnitUn.
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Arc, Arc.
sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice '
87 Best Machine Twist, jet , , 7
COLB SOBST IS THIS KiaODOM FOB
The Florence Sewing Mschine. from $40 to $80.
White Sewing Machine, from $45 to $75.
' Home Shuttle Sewing Machine. $18 to $35.
. . t. Including all extras. - . au7 80
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
Q.ueen street, in Makee's Block, over the D. S. Consul's
, Office, Honolulu. H. I. - .
Sails made in the : Best Style and . Fitted
with Galvanised Clues and Thimbles.
Flaga ef stll elpacriptiona made nud rt-paired.
Thankful for past patronage, we are. prepared to execute all
orders in our line, with dispatch and In a satisfactory manner,
. I HAVE SECURED A ,
Arid am Prepared to Carry on this Branch
of my Business in a manner Sttis-
factory to my Patrons.
OWN ERS OFF. N ESTO C K
Will do well to give me a Call.
. rt ?
Bre seat ta sty Kin? Street Snap will be Eaitk
fally attended t. ,
, Honolulu, April 37tb, 1978. oc5 79
- ' - , ' Ranges Set,
DRICK andtSTONE WORK
. .. . . . . .
, . Done on reasonable terms.
Address 187 Nauanu Avenue, or through the Post Office.
- - ' : . . (my!6) ,
SonetMng New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE; KING STREET,
. . v : . Tooting His Own Horn J
HAVING JUST. TURNED OUT A NEW
Style of DUMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sugar Co.
Ns ooe to say one word about it- Something useful fur Plan
tation. It tarns la less space than a two-wheel ox cart.
Width of hind tires, 6 inches; front, 4 inches; built light, but
eery strong. Those wishing to send la large orders, and wish
thesa got out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
they mast stand back and wait their turn. mhl&
ESTABLISHED 1853. CHOICEST WINES,
ALKS iUCO3 in the Market, AT CASH PRICEif-
- tea ly 8o ' ;. --
WHOLE NO. 1274.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OP LONDON ANI E IlINIlITRf; II.
CAPITA L 2.000.000
.trcamnlalrd and Invested Fund. 1.097.24S
raillR LXDERSIUXKl) HAVE BEEN A.F-
1 POINTKD AGENTS lor the daudwlch Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terns.
Risks taken in anv uart of the Islands on Stoke and Wood
cm Buildines.and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses
and furniture. Vimber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without
cargoes or umter repair.
aj)3 80 KD. mPFaCHLAKOt.lt A CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co,,
OP NEW ZEALAND.
capital. : : : . tlio,ooo,ooo.
HAVJNG ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
Lemae-M promptly arijjvjated sad pnyawle bf rr.
mb.6 81) J. 8. WALKER.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, EURNI
lure and Machinery insured against Fire 00 the most
A. JAEGEll-Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SWISS LlW MARINE INS., GO.
'IIIIU UNDERSIGNED ARE AUTHORIZED
I TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
COASTERS. Br SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most Favorable Terms.
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
'1HE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS fwr Ike
CWO.Y FIRE 1XD 1UARIXE ISIRA.CE COMP'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to accept Fire Risks 00 Su
gar Oropa in the Held. For particulars, apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN fc CO.,
d6 qrj Agents for liawaiiaa Islands.
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
KINO STREW, HONOLULU. o3 80
Gr. WALLER, Proprietor.
HOTEL k UNION STREETS.
CIHOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
' Herds. Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c. furnished to
Order. Shipping supplied on short notice. jyl9 80
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST UUALITV OF PA I Al MANUFACTURED
constantly. Allorilers fllld with dispatch.
K. II. BA1I.KY,
rnyO 80 Wailuku, Maul.
KAUPAKDEA PLANTATION SUGAR
NCW COMING IN,
AND FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
HONOLUtU SOAP WOBKS.
T"lio, I rnoIiiIu.
'"he Buaiuraa of lhe abort ronrerss harlMK
I been translerred to
T. W. RAWLINS,
He herel.y gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will.be continued by him. HO FT SOAP always on band.
Will buy beef, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
consignments of the same from the other
jalO Islands. 80
HONOLULU STEAM BAEE.1Y !
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietor.,
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NAVV BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, TTafer. Soda and Butter truckera.
' JKNNV LINU CAKK.S. sc.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice
FAMILY BRKAU, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on band.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OP THS. BEST QUJUTt
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board......
Rooms with Board
Two Pollers and a Half per day
- Tt 1 1 . .. -
Rooms without Board Ooe Dollar per dsy and upwards
Cottages la Couaettioa wltu the Hotel at Special
su7 ' A. HERBERT. Preprlcter.
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2 &M 2
"K. S. CUNIf A. PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT 9TREBT. HONOLULTJ.
Choice A-s- Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
. r IRON TANKS!
X HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
'A IN GOOD UXOEB. IOK BALK BY
feHtf i JAMES I. OOW8ETT.
Honolulu, Ha-vaiiai Inlandtt.
RAtoM of Aclvortiir(;.
Sar neaurel in I I I I
Nuniixrt-il iv i"-. 1 1 nt. i ni. 1 3 ui. Ilia.
n Lint".. (I,.. If incl,). .
I Liu . ( inrh 1.
24 l.ine.. (Irt im-lifn;
:jn l. ii (ihi-e ! .
4s l.iu.. ((our .In .
Uu.ni-r '..iinni . . . .
I liir l I'-i uuin
f 1 00 (10 ft HO 4 0 f 00 f 10 OO
I U) :i l 4 00 ft 00 B K)j 12 00
oil 4 UU II 00 7 60j 10 00, 16 00
mi ft mi r Mi in ml' Al 11O: ia no
' 4 00 A (MM III (Ml 1(1 00 1H 00 j 26 4M
d .m 10 0 14 0 IH OO 30 00 40 00
s UO 12 00 Irt 00 00' 33 00' 60 00
12 O0l 00 34 00 SO 00; 45 00 7 6 00
18 O0l30 00 46 00 76 00 100 00,160 00
Ilnlf i'oluiliu ..
jT Advertisers rrsidinK in the Kastem Cnited States, can
pay fur their cards by enclosing- Oreeobscks or Cniied States
Pitae Stamps for such amount as they wish to pay and their
cards will be inserted as per above table, for the time paid for.
tr Business Cards, when retrain roa a Ttsa, are
allowed a discount from thtse rat. a. which are for transient
advertisements when paid or charged quarterly.
Single copies of the Advertism. Ten Cents 1 when charged
Fifteen Cents 1 by the doten. One Dollar.
Contractor and' Builder,
iff "'llv Planing
-v:ii2? tk'i 4
ESPLANADE, H9nolulu, H. I.
Manularlures ail kinds ot
Moulding, Brackets, Window rranie, Sashes, Dwon
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kluds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Plasta, Sprrlflrwllwu.. Detailed Drawls,,
stsid ralimales furMlabrsI upon A pwllraliwsi.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
Honolulu. May 2, 1870. mJ3 f
PANTHEON STABLES !
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
CORNER FORT fr HOTEL STS.,
And others wlshins; Saddle llurses. (for Ladies or Grnllrmen )
Carriage Horses, hlnale or Double Teams, Ac. can be furnish
ed with the same at any hour of the day 01 nighl.
JUST RKCKIVEI a larva and rawnty
FOUR HOUSE PLEASURE. WAGON,
Capable of comfortably Hcrotniuodatiiifi pleasure parties wi.h
inr to Visit the Pall. Walltilti, HbsmIsms, or
other points ol Interest on the Island. Competent Drivers
furnished when desired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horses
by the dsy, week or month.
No overcrowding, as my Htable has capacity Air comfortably
stabling fifty horses. .
Reasonable Bates and Satisfaction Guaranteed in all trans
actions with me. . '
Give Me a Call !
J. & C. LANE'S
BET1IKL rTRfcEf, NEAR KING.
MAIM U FACTUR E RS
MOM JIEIYTS, , ' '
TABLETS, M1UCLK 314 MILS,
. U1SI1STA.D TUPS, aod
Tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORUKR AT TI1K
Monuments and Headstone Cleaned and 1teet.
CT Order, from the oilier IsUuds piomplly aiteoded lo.
ae23 V. II. R KE1). Agent Mr flilo.
V O II
Cash Only !
Full Suit to Order, $26.50.
Made from Good, Substantial
All Wool Cussi meres 2
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Ai.eo ' -
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
OP SUPKKFINK ,,
. -AND ' vj
E fit CiOO IKS
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
'At Low flj
Children's Stiii s,
Eastern t x'l
LAOIES' BIDING HABITS,
ju26 1y H. 8. TRECLOAf (.
JET I R E . ; r !
Maeaeale Jl rrbam Safei, ' . ,' ,
Fire-proof, Fire k Bnrar Preef, t'Barj;larPr' '
smaller sizes constantly on kandt j ;
Orders far Large Slzet Filled at Sbartest Sru.
Old Safe TaVea Ij tithaage. ,
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers I
BUFFALO SCALES;1, ,
Platform. Dormaat, aad CamWnatlon Beaa St-.ir I
IT for Price and Circulars, write o - j
' 1 C. O. BEBOER) V
. , . . ' - -r
Geoeral Afenl tor the Haws ilan Wabds.
myU'SO ' ' ' : " J 17