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I Th lAVrmui lin-s I'jr R.U. W. Tinker, it the late Key.
Rulm TiBkT, formerly n.i-iM.r.nr at these Ul&ndf, will be
read with ii:t r t the m.iijy w.inn fr; n is of hi parent
Will refilling I.- T-. Th auth'r, to company with a yun,j
tfrrityiuan, is ii' W miVin;.' the txir of Europe on f..t.
The first lines f .' addce-. d t t.U Ut-r " Abl.ie M irina,"
bora on the : u the h'-uiewarl of the parents froui
these islind J Intl.- H'ttium Van, in lilO aw! 11. S. N. C.)
I have a -tatt r, c harming girl,
A if-m is he to in- ;
Marin. is t!c name she lnn,
li-tausr upon the s-
The lil.t of day she f:rt beheld.
J not a Merman's bride,
Kut a f..:ry l.ttSe th:r.H' : she
. A tirJ from oce.-m" tide.
I recollect one bath mora,
I in I'ul f"iir years oU,
A st-ry which up-ri the deck,
T- rue the sailor told :
MOU N-pune in the idirLt had Core,
AmM the Horn. alarms,
A ul left a sister dear for in
Within my mother's a nut."
A l,:rth.I.M:e trtn;: indeed was hers
la th whal'-ship William IVrin
he awl r..-t t.ke another vij
To iiit Lcr BL-ain ;
for lom o that gallant hark,
JU yuwlci ia a jra,
Wil wrecked on Pataofiia coait,
W itli notiC to t II the tale.
The rrv w went oaf in search of pain,
TVj tad a lucky trip,
Irrp-ml wer they tyond ail boie ;
Ab y- '. P-r when the thip
Cum safely Into port, it hrouht
A prise to Iw preferred
T any thin eVr lound before
TwaJ luy sweet ocean bird.
If cUims I ml to all th-; Wealth
I1.J by the mighty wares,
In ;.;lm"s i.e death tin.- sai ;
Pledls frma the orean cave ;
Rich arls and R.i.hin gem ; if all
Wert mine, u my wor t,
I'd sooner lo-e them three timt-i cVr,
Tluvn lay sweet o-an binl. R. W. T.
Sly nxh. r's birth-clay c.mrs again
I ieVr forjrt the ly.
Though Iiiri(f Ui tly at h'me,
Or roaming f;ir away.
But at thii mori.itiK's ilawn, Ui-1 Time,
Wlm truti.Un 'riuml the j.hervs,
WhisprM to me : Your mother, buy,
II.il liel ju.t fifty yeari."
Two yi.ar .v, I aiig to one
You f u:il up-Il the Srra ;
Anil since I sent dome lii.es to her
Who younf ir, next, than me.
Tho, dull anj uot to rhyming given,
Tho miriglin.- iuk witli tears,
TU right to try a vvrse for you,
Wlio'st lieil for fifty years.
One half a century seem Uinr,
An.l we expect to see
Ia one who's dwelt so i4 In-low,
A feebler one than thee.
Although white hairs among the lJ.uk,
Your lit ail to Uie ritilears,
I nt vi-r saw so few la one
Who'J liveil for fifty years.
Your step is iuite elastic still
Vivacious is your eye
The wriukles we cannot perceive
I'ntil we come cl e by.
Ami brighter is your smile tlian mine.
Tis seH m Time careers
Ou one t.ixl face a:ii leaves so few
Kail marks in fifty years.
When you appeared, your parents were
So gLul no tongue cau say ;
AikI yet 'twas Solemn when they thought,
A charge to keep," ha' I they.
How foully lat Uirir hearu for Uice
A Itcrnate h.-p-s atkl fears.
" IVrliaps twill live lor fifty days
Terhaps for fifty years.
A u.1 tj.ij these guanlians still has spared
Tlieir sanls are well nigh run ;
But yet, I UlLHt well meet again
ilran.1 parents, mother, sn ;
If not, kin.1 frierwls, fjeyonal a doubt,
W ill lake us en our biers,
To sleep with thce we k.re, before
Another fifty years.
How often have I heard you say
Ami iifletirr have you thought :
S k'li I've lived, and not erfonneJ
The half f what I tutrht.n
A (hi yet one item thiu, upon
The llwk of Life ap-ears ;
" Time spent inrructinx hvalhen minds
Ten out of fifty years.
My careless ways have nflen causej
Your very h-art to bUtnt ;
Anil yet my aim has ever Itro,
' m her's Voice to heeiL,
V KSS E I-S I l U the l y an.1 s. he'll be
no at her O'unel j.-ers f
Am bark Yankee.1 "-'" aT bun. If, before
Columbian bri U's lived his fifty J ars.
Am hark Ku-hnur
Haw wh brtrk l-What a debt I owe to you !
Ilaw s. h..ner Vor life, for luv, for care.
Haw sl'-amtr K ... , .
r prayers, anxieties and tears
Ilaw srhnorw rs How shall I make it square?
J" '"iieonly method in my mind
Kaiiului. . . .
To balance soeh arrears.
Will be to treat your grand cktftht
Just so fiT fifty years.
The pa" f maternal care
Are full. fr we are seven ;
A goodly tl ick (excepting niej
Most wi Ji a hojie of heaven.
And when a mother, prayerfully,
S- many children rears,
I'm sore 'tis taking quite away,
The crtam of fifty years.
My lines hare numbered now far more
Then I anticipated,
And still the tiling I wished to state.
As yet, has not leen staled.
Tis this : please mind just as if
Twere whiired in your ears :
I fondly love you. mother dear,
Who'st lived just fifty years.
How dear the i.arsonaire to m',
W ith hi-r who pare me birth !
I wi.h I miht be w-.th you then
While Cirryin hire on earth.
I hi le I may be by you when
Your f arting moment nears.
And say -. Mother, toV.ay, fan. well !
Itut not for fifty years.
RoCKFotin, Au'., lii'J.
XL W. T.
PBinE5T Li5Coln on the StBBATH The follow
ing General Order has been issued respecting the
observance cf the b'atbatb daj ia the army aad
Washington, D. ('., Nor. 16. y
The PrcsMent, Commander-in-Chief of the army
and navy, desires aud eDj .ins the orderly cbrferTance
f the Sabbfith ly the oRii'ers and men in the mili
tary and naal service. The importance for man and
Least of the prescribed weekly rest, the crcl rights
,f Christian soldiers and sailors, a hecotniog defer
ence to the txest sentiments of a Christian people, aud
due rcgird for the divine will, demand that Sun
day labor iu the army and navy be reduced to the
measure of utrict necessity. The discipline and
character of the national forces should not suffer nor
the cause they demand be imperilled by the profana
tion of the day or name of the Most High. The first
general order issued by the Father of his Country,
after the Declaration of Independence, indicates the
spirit in which our institutions were founded, and
ehoul 1 ever be defended : " The General hopes and
trusts that every officer and man will endeavor to
live ami net as becomes a Christian soldier defending
the rights and privileges of bis country."
A Victory Tor Ihc
The New York Krfnina I'ot says : New rxperi
rneiiV, luore important in tlieir results thtu ai.-y
that h ive preceded them, have been iiiale in Ki.gl.in J
with . t aiid fchtll against irt n j lates. At la.-t the
victory is inliiputably with the ft'JLS. The Whit
worth ihtll has pierc.d armiT-j.lates, Lickif.p the
inuer skin, and what Sir Wiliiam ArmetrMig tailed
to do with solid bhof, .Mr. Whitworth accotnpli.hes
with a more terrible iiiUi'e. The grand trial to,k
place at hoeburyne.-s on Thursday, Ncv ember l.'Jth.
Mr. Whitwortli superintended the experirrient in
persoo, and ainotig the spectators were the Iuke of
S-meret and the officers of the Ordnance Depart
ment, Sir William Armstiong, Mr. Scott Hjsell and
a large number of eminent civil engineers. The
ran jre was fixed at eight hundred yards, and the
target was constructed us follows: '1 hree solid ire n
armor-plates, without break or porthole in any of
them, with two inch bolts let in at the edges, so ns
not tii have the same source of weakness as has bren
heretofore occasioned by taking them through the
centre of the plates. The two lower plates were five
inches thick (within half an inch of the thickness of
the plates with which the iron frigates row building
are to be coated) ami the upper plates were 4 J inches,
the thickness of the li'arrior't armor. There was a
very general impression, however, that if the upper
plates were 4 inches, the government bad given
very good measure in the thickness of the lower
plate, which were nearer inches than o. The
plates were made at the government dock-yard, and
were rertect r.s regariei material. ine plates
were lined with a teak backing of transverse timbers
of 1J inches and G inches thick respectively, and an
inner skiu of wrought iron plate, five-eighths of on
inch thick, ihe sides and tup enclosed, so as to
make what is termed a box-target, like the between
decks of a ship, in order that the explosive tdects of
the shell, if it got inside, might be fjliy seen.
The first shell that was bred struck the thickest
plate, (5 inches.) pierced it, completely bursting in
the pasige through, then smashing the wood, and,
tearing through the iron skin, scattered 27 fragments
of the shell, pieces of the skin and of the plate in
every direction. Several bolts were started, and
large bits of wood were hurled some distance behind
or through the deca ol the target. Ihe appearance
of the hole in the ship's Bide, as seen from the inside.
was as if the skin as burst through had been stulled
with old brooms or thatch, so completely sLreJ lcd
was the strong oak.
This shot was made with the large gun forged at
Woolwich upon thj coil-hoop pi in, rifled with a
beixgi.nal bore, the diameter of which is seven
inches, as all the Whitworth guns are; it is called a
I'JO-poun ler, but the shells fired 150 pounds, and its
weight is about 7 tons, the charge being 117 pound
of jiowder. The bursting charges of the" shell were 5
pouud. The shell was flat-headed, and similar in
form to that which was tried with such remarkable
results before. An important improvement, however,
had been made by Mr. Whitworth, in making the
Centre of the bead as hard as the outer edge, and
allowing it to project a little beyond the peripheral
portion. I'y this means the punching or piercing
power of the projectile is vastly increased.
A series of experiments, similarly successful,
wound up with the greatest feats of all; a shell of one
hundred and thirty pounds going completely through
the target with a bursting charge of three and a-half
pounds of powder. The increased velocity of this
smaller projectile produced a terrible scene of de
struction; the whole target having been smashed.
It is said that Mr. Whitworth himself was aston
ished at the unexpected power of these projectiles;
and hs for Sir William Armstrong, the English jour
nals unanimously snuff him out. The iron men are
at their wits' end. aud the controversy which has
raged so bitterly for a year is fur a time at least,
stopp4-d by this extraordinary victory of guns over
There were again rumors in Paris of unfavorable
news from Mexico, and urgent calls for reinforce
ments, which will be sent under tho device of estab
lishing a reserve at Martinique.
The Cardinal Archbishop of Paris has gone to
Ilouie it is asserted in the name of the Emperor
to explain to the Poe the Emperor's views, with a
view to the concessions necessary on the part of tho
Government of Italy.
In a duel between Garibaldi's eldest son nn l Col.
Pallevinei, who captured Garibaldi, the former re
ceived a mortal wound; the later was seriously hurt.
At a meeting lately held in Dublin $o0,000 was
subscribed for the relief of Lancashire operatives, who
have been brought to almost actual starvation by
reason of the blockade.
Goon Fkeukrs. Nearly 2,000 lawyers dined to
gether at the iuvitatiou ot the municipal authorities
of lenua, on the loth October, luey managed to
consume bO casks of beer, 2,000 bottles ot Oermati
wine, and 1,050 bottles of champagne. The supper,
including music, cigars, etc.. cost over rJ0,0U0.
A live male gorilla has arrived safely at Liverpool.
He was brought from Africa on board a mail steamer,
and appeared docile. His skiu is of an olive color.
and he is yet very young, only slightly covered with
hair. He is remarkably fond of good living, and ap
pears to have an especial relish for beefsteak and
mutton chops and fruit.
1,000 vessels are wrecked on the English coast
every year, oa the average; and iron these about
3.000 persons are rescued by life boats, shore-boats,
the rocket apparatus and other means. It is a
lamentable tact, nevertheless, that an average of &00
persous still perish every year from these disasters ou
Ilrilish capitalists express anxiety in consequence
of the rapid drain of specie from England to ludia.
The payments for Indian cotton are becoming very
heavy, the steamer lor Hombay having taken out
over a million pounds sterling; the largest amount
ever dispatched to one port, although an equal sum
has been sent before to the East in a single vessel for
distribution among several markets.
The manager of the City 15 auk of Manchester,
England, Jonah Andrews, has been financiering ou
his own account to the tune of AIL'O.OUO sterling.
which he has abstracted from the bank. Ihe deposi
tors are mostly men ol small means, aud will leelthe
loss heavily. Andrews was a Methodist local preach
er, a great philanthropist, a teetotaller, a vegetarian.
and advocate of universal freedom.
Abrogatios of Sebfdom. The Russian Eman
cipation is already beginning to show good fruits.
Ihe Government of loula, which, formerly had ten
village schools with -50 pupils; now, eighteen mouths
later, numbers 1,1 "Zo schools, with lb.oeW pupils.
Iu the Government of Simbrisk, the number of
schools, rose during the same period from 110 to 277,
o; pupils from o75 to 4, in l'odulia, from oOG to
1,3 sct ools, and 14,o'JU to o0,000 pupils.
Nabeow Escape of an Animal Tamkk. Accidents
iu menageries are becoming frequent iu Germany.
M. Meuz, au animal tamer, was recently in the cago
of a Panther at Bremen, engaged iu breaking it iu,
when the animal, becoiuiug frightened by some noise
ou the outside, suddenly sprung on one of the keep
ers who was standing near, and mortally wounded
him. It was with the greatest diiliculty that the
body of the man CuulJ be released from the claws of
(.rime in the lniieu KINGDOM 41,?'J1 persons
3 per cent, more than in the previous year were
proceeded against, summarily or by iudictmeut, in
England aud Wales, iu the year lboT. The commit
ments for trial for the more serious otieuces were
13.3-G, a number which is 14 per cent, more than in
lboU, and 8 per cent, more than the average of the
three years lfc-oS-OO. The number of persons com
mitted fur trial iu Ireland iu 16(51. for indictable
o'Jeuces, was 5.5SG, an increase of l 7 per cent, ovei
lS'JO; in Scotlaud, fur the same class tl oilences.
3,l:J, a decrease of l. percent. 1 he convictions
in lSol for indictable offences were 13.S7 J in Eng
land, an increase of 15 er cent, over 1S00; in Ire
land 3,1171, au increase of uear'y 10 per cent. 3,032
persons were sentenced to penal servitude in the
L'aited Kingdom in 1S01.
,F TIIK SOI'TUr.KN STATES I.OK-
il. cm !e had at t!ie Hook-tore tlie un.lrrs;i:!n !.
Vrier wl OO. The war t.ews o.umot i- -erue.i it.i.-ui-l.:y
without a l Mi at hanJ t" r- lir t. .t:i-l this is one of
the tioyt ci rreiU fur s.iltf 'y
11. M. AllirXKV.
SL'llC'RIISKRN VIIIIXI' TO TAKK llii
pap. r. sliould hand in tlieir order iiumedi.ttely. Aiter
J.iTiuary 1. I"'!. I !i.ii! W able to s :pply all orders receive.!
for it. Price H.nO p..'r ai.i:u:u. Addrcs-.
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Ivc. 10, 1'J
Rcmoi'.ed Plan to Ass?;is ate Napoleh.v There
is a current report, says the L m lon &tar that the
Emperor h i9 been fired at bv a soldier tf his body
guard. All Paris is filled with stories' of the conspi
racy. The story goes that 15 men, armed with
pistols, who are generally said :o be Iiaiiaus, tre to
have been po.ted along the Uoulevard du Prince Eu
gene, when the Emperor was to be passlrg. If one
failed in carrying out his object, the second was to
have made an attempt tc acc-mplisb it; and if the
second failed, the third whs to have taken Lis place,
and so till one of the fifteen had succeeded.
Another Pari letter sas : Since the discovery of
the boulevard Prince Eugene plot, which every day
assumes larger proportioi s as facts creep out, 'be
police service at Compiegne has been tripled. The
mist minute precautions have been taken. The fa
mous Corsican guard, which is always about the Em
peror's person, in plain clothes, is divided into three
sections, and watches day and night without inter
mission. The Emperor has ben advised to resume
the coat of mail under his eairt, which he left off
wearing in lS5fJ, on account of the great discomfort
of it. In spite of all the efforts made to throw a veil
over the real state of things, the guests are aware
that the palace is swarming with spies, and there is
in consequeuce much less gaiety in the Court society
than there was last year.
Sugar and Molasses !
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY,
1COLOA PLANTATION !
now cooting in nd for sale in n,uaiiiiiies to suit, l y
II. HACKl-ttD Jfc CO.
Jan. 1, 1SC3 S45-OIU
Odd Fellows Hall,
2?" C" H. 3? S T IT. U E T ,
The subscriber would notify liis country friends
and his customers generally, ttiut lie has resumed
business at the above well known stand, with an
entire Fresh supply of Family (Jkoclriks, Pro
visions, iiuiv Stokes and Feed of all kinds.
Country orders filled at lowest n;arkot rates ;
and Goods delivered per wagon at any point in
the city, Waikiki, Nuuanu,
Received per ' l ankce"
' California llaeon,.
California Cream Cheese,
" Comet " Oolong Tea,
Jenny Lind Cikef,
-Mi lit 6 Seed,
New Year Cakes,
ON H NU
Boston Crushed Sii";ar,
German Cruslied Sugar,
Makee'tf, Dr. WooiI'm, Titcmub'i and East. Maui
riHMSJ TKASI! T HAS III
Jajwinone Tt;i3, ditl-rt'nt iualities,
Coim-t " Oolong.
II II Tea, 4. H, 10, GO lb. Boxes,
Curi us Breakfast Tea,
Variety of Cheap Teas.
TfAMMX Jk HAKKK'S (IVSTKUS,
California EqItii P'lour,!
I'KESiniVUS, Stone JnrM,
2so. 1 Mackerel,
A MERICAX I'll-: FRI ITS,
-A En-lisb lie Fruits,
Wells & Pniv.wfs Cal. Pickles,
ikitly's English Pickles,
Afst. Eng. & Am. Sauces,
Assorted English and American Preserves,
" ,4 Jams & Jellies
PRKSTOX'S EARliE CHOCOLATE,
French Vanilla Chocolate, 2 qualities,
Sardines, 1-2 and 1-4 tins,
Olives, 1-2 pts, 1 pis., 1-2 ga!s.,
IlICKLEI) SALMON, nt Retail,
Mess Pork, at retail.
Swiss Cheese, at retail,
1)RIMK SALAD OIL.
Prime French Prunes,
Prime Zante Currant-',
l'rituo P dand Staroh,
Prime Corn do.
RESII ISLAM) HOXEV IX COMB,
Fresh Island Honey strained.
Fresh Califoruia II Jinony,
Fresh Hawaiian Biee,
Fresh Dried Apples.
At the Family Grocery fc F-.-ed Store,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
54 5-:? in
A. I. CARTV.-RIGIIT.
OR SALK A HO IT
lOtlO K Al'AI l 4 HE
s, f-r Su.'-ir alt. at
v. s HoLT & HlX'CK'i.
"d sabUiulial Mat l'-a
fUST RECF.1VKI). IV r Rnrl "Comn"
a larpp ami well-srl-cte.1 assortment of Picket iKtiiies for
1C3. c.mpruititf over -0 vari- ti-s ami s:y:es of binding, and
varying iu price fiotn Sue. to $U DO tacii.
m 9 m. .-.1 -a. w
11. .M. t iillCX.
S. II. DOTTSETT
oi ri:i:s rou sai.k
1 ililj lfUlUU
BARKEN7INE " CONSTITUTION !"
ASSORTED SIZES SCANTLING,
T. & G. BOARDS,
WHITE PINE BOARDS, AND
AV1XG A KEWCDIMKS (IF HOlMv'l VS' i
new work n tlie " AN l It'll ISLAM'S. ' mi l,otr,l tl.e
iMnnttta, will g-.-ll to arrive. E.trly api.lieation necessary.
AT J. T.
Anl will te disjKiseil of at fttir rates.
Wholesale and Retail,
Case Men's Grain HK.t,
Cases Men's Calf Hint,
Cases Men's, Women's and Children's Boots Jk Shoes.
Anioslit-ag: Hluo Cotton,
Bales Brown Drill,
Bales Brotru Cottons,
Dales Aiuoskeag Denims,
Cases Axes, Hoes & Oo's,
Sujcrior Kerosene Oil.
Cases Kerosene Lamps, all descriptions,
Cases Card Matches,
Half Barrels Boston Crushe d Loaf Suar,
&c. Sec, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c,
&c Sec, &c, &c, &c, &c, ic, .ic, &c., &13.
Bv the Undersigned.
Blue Serjre Shirts,
drey Flannel Shirts,
Hats of all discriptions.
Linen and Cotton Sheetine,
Ladies Suferior Gaiters,
Crimson, preen, sky hlue and drah all worsted figured Damask.
Men's and Women's Boots and Shoes,
Whito, lied, Blue and Grey Blankets,
Cotton and Merino Undershirts,
Jaconet and Sw iss Muslins,
Victoria and Bishop's Lawns,
3 jTSl. X3 3 XjSS !
Colored Cotton Velvets,
Cheap Hair Oil, for Native Trade,
A full assortment of Mcached and unreached Domestics and
And a large quantity too numerous to mention.
A. 8. CLECHORN,
KIKE I'ROOF STOKE,
Corner Kaaliumaiiu &, Quern Streets,
OX TIIK AVIIARF; ALSO,
Retail Establishment, oa Nuuanu Strict, above Kinjr Street.
REHl'ED EMLISII (l!01V. IROJ !
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
SHEET IRON. HOOP IRON.
BEST CHARCOAL TIXPLATES.
Sheet Lead. Sheet Zinc.
At prices to defy competition. For sale at
MELC11EIU; 4i Co.'s.
A small lot of best
Roman and Portland Cement !
For sale reasonably at
Uass cNc Co.'s Tale Ale,
J. C. Marzetti & Son's Iale Ale,
H. Deetjen s Pale Ale,
Superior Hock Wine,
" Sherry in quarts and pints,
" Port Wine in quarts and pints,
" Cherry Cordial,
HOLLANDS GIN Key Brand.
Iu square bottles
AIiCOHOL, 9 5 p. ct,
In deuiij"hns uf 5 fals. each.
MELCHERS Jt Co.'s.
Fur sale at
A SMALL ASJKTMKNT OK
IIOl'SE-PAI'EII, BORDERS i CORXERS
la utr fashionable style, just opened and fur sale at
SC7-2in MELCIIEK5 Si Co.'e.
p itiik, v APi:it-ii.vN(;i:
0 P" Ir .s N"rt"ii"s Oh j rai', K;i:e' tl.
ii. a. r, s:i,i4 B;,
Tinitiitlii n ml I'lumluTs.
ri 1 1, near thr
hand. J M.j
: ..,rf ST. KS and I.KAl' I'WK
of all kin. Is all'-ndrd to. lUi-ly
CROCKETT & HARPER'S
ON TIIK Ilsri.AXADIl,
.Vfar Ihe rw CiiKluni llouvr.
r and di
HllUSK-MltlKIXG. (M KKI.UiK
and all other kimU i f Work it: their
ousir.ess a-coniilistK-d with i.eatn.-s
(abinci Maker, riidrrtnkt-r, ami
GOLD KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for ictnre and other frames.
JAMES A. IHiRDICK
IX RKMOVIXR IIISRI SIXESS
to his new COOPKKAGK on the Ksplannde,
rort street, takes this opportunity of retprn
nir his sincere thanks to his friends aud lh
pul'lic in general, for the support and pjitron-
aue which tliev have tM-en ideaseil to emnt
hiin fir the past teu years, and Ihh-s that y attention to busi
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
biro, he will merit a continuance of their favor. iiu-l-lj
C. E. WILLIAMS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
TMIV. OI.,I ST A XI, 1IOTKI. STRKKT, NEAR
the corner of fort.
.Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, KKADY MADE KfRNITTTUK. Km
Bonnls, Joist and 1'lank; Cedar, Black Walnut aud Cherry
Boards; Kosewoml and Mahogany Veneering.
A large assortment of (Jilt Moulding, aud lartre sized Glass.
A variety ot Kix-kinjr, lininir, Olhce and Childrt-u's Chairs.
1'olisiied Collins on hand and maoe to order. 3J0-y
ni poiiTKit Al m ivrrir.
Ti'KKK f ail kind of Saddlery, Car- fiV"-?
riajre Trimming, Mattress making '
aud ropairiiiL' done with neatness and ilispatch.
J 7" All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Kurt and lloul street, Honolulu. 3Jft-ly
a. .J. ii'Ki:i:v,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Ni. i. ii ii it Si. nhii K. love' Steam JIitUerT.
.tn i ut rv i ruin i it- n
el tioin it. KAjirKi, aim wnrruntetl. B'Zw.;,?-'
Onlers rtsjieetfnlly soliciud aud at
tended to with di.-patch. w41-uiii
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Nuuanu St., east side, above Hotel St.
Orders entrusted to us will lie attended to with neatnes
and dispatch. .TCS-ly
HOUSE fARI'EHER, L
Kiiij Street, opfiosite the Rethel,
IJLAI.V K IT R X 1 T I II E MADE AT RKA-
N. H. 3. J. mak'-s no charge for Plans, Specifications, and
every information appertaining to buildings.
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
wm i iwam-wm
at tj osr i rr xj n i
Cull ami Ilxaminc my Stock, before
Al ny ho, uioilc ('iirlrrrihlH F ! Store,
Fort Slr--l. 30S-6m
IIAWAII.1. SOAP FACTORY
jfAVIXO KF.CKIVKI) A IjA Ilf.K ANI Ft'LL
slock ot matt rial, is prepare.1 to supply his customers
and the public, with the 1-I Vcllow, ltroii nutl
While SOAI. .LSO
I "F AM) OI.L NOAI,
In l;irt".' or small i:uititk'.s t.i suit.
1'. S. Si-ap yrease always wanted. 3."J3-ly
O TJ jST S I rT II.
TIIK I'XDKRSIGXKII IJKGS LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly occupu-d
!y ti. Siders, and is ready to execute all orders iu
his line with neatness and dispatch.
P. S. Particular alteDMuu paid to repairing Sewing Machines
JAMES A. HOPI'EIt
3:'.S-ly Kaahumanu stre-1.
Honolulu Soap Works !
W. J. RAWLINS.
1IIK I It O I R I KTO R IIAVIXr: MADE
considcral'Ie improvements in the alxive KstaMi-l.meiit,
tvfrs have to announce to his Customers and the I'uMiC in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
VELLO'.V SOAI' :
eipial, if not superior to the let imjiort. d.
X. II. SO A I UREASE WAXTEO.
niiE irxoKiisicxKii is iit eia reo to
furnish l!i. ami ltKA.-s CA.-TIMiS, and all kinds of
Mai hin.-ry and Smith's Work at the Shortest Not.ce and
ST E A 31 EXtJIXKS AND BOILERS
M A I K TO URUKU.
rr constantly on hand a supply of AnviN, cr
II.i-i, Kurire Racks, Chain Sto,
rs, S:i.!i Y--if.'ht s. Stove Plate
and Liniiiirs, liam1' U- lis, ic, .vc
WOULD CA LL
attention to their supply V.y tin:
25,000 1 1-gal. Shooki with hea ls complete,
2,00) G J-gal. "
tf Eastern Pine, superior to any ntlier tpuality ever offered ia
tlii'' m.irket. For f ile at low r:iU-.
C. BREWER V C).
SO Sheet "
A full assortment of Bar Iron.
3."9-lm C. BREWER & Co.
-g ft II I. F. URLS. Kii.irrn Crnhril, Ex
I WU "KAUIU.V." For.ilely
aU'J-Uin C. BHEWEU A; Co.
J. J- SOUTHCATE & CO.,
Importers & fonimiioii 3Ienh;uits.
dkh k iiiinrr.ooF warkiiouj-i:,
ITNIOM UHAKI', VICTORIA, V.
KKI KU UY l'riRMIrSli'N. TO
Mks.-'ks. R. IaviiskSi Jt Co., Hankers, San I ranciwo,
l'IMM. tilBB Co, 1
" C A. l.w Ai li., . Pan Kr.im is.-o.
" Cmisi r Co., J
" K. Hoil'S HLUKl.KH A. STAI'KNU.'iiST, Iloliotnlu.
FIELD & RICE,
No. oi ii:.itif sritr.iiT,
barntm w. riEi.n.
STEWART, MELDRUM & CO.,
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Tn Bask op Rritish Coli-mbii, Yictnri;u V. I.
Mksjks. Kiiik. Hki.l & Co., San Francisco.
li nc as J as. Kay, l'--a . I , ,
Mksshs. Kit. Fi nV at Co., ,Lo"-n-
T. Y. L. Mmmx, Ksj., Chairman Rank of Itritish Columhia,
Alkx.Jamks SrrwAUT, Fij., W. S., lulinhurgh. S44-6ni
CRAS. WOLCOTT B HOOKS, W. PKANK 11PI, ICV1U T. HALL, 4
CHAS. W. BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansomc Street, Snn iraucicu, al.
PART I IT LAR ATTEXTIOV filYEX TO
the Purchase, Shipment and Sale of Merchaiidise ; to For
warding and Transhipment of 1h.nIn ; the CharterinK and S!
of Vessels ; the Supplying ot Whaleships ; aud the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE OX CONSIGNMENTS.
R. F. 9 sow, Esq., Honolulu Js. Hi-nipwki.i., Boston.
C. llHKU KK ,t 'l., " llKNUV A. 1'klHCK,
J S. W'AIKKH, I'U.IS. ItHhW'KK, '
H. llAI'kr tl.D & Co., " TllAYKH, RhIi.IIAM A: FlM n,
Rknj. Pitman, Ililo. Hoxt .n.
SittoS Jc Co.. New York.
346-ly . Swit : Ali ki New Redford.
D. C. MKl'KR.
J. C. UKkHILL
AOENTJ OF TIIK
Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Packets.
ty All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandvrit h tshmds,
will lie received and forwarded ly the Regular lMsputcli l.incg
FKKK OK COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to forwarding anil tratishipnieiit t
merchandise, sale of whalemen's hills, an. I other exchange, In
sura nee of merchandise and specie under open policies, suppy
ng whale8hipn, chartering ships, etc.
117 and 110 California 8trcet,
RKFKK TO :
liHfc'WKK tf CO.,
BE IT KXOWX AMI MA HE MANIFEST
to all whom it may concern, that after this date,
HPAXIKH CI I J I IV
will he the only legal currency in money transactions with the
Ouverument of this place
F. LA CRTE.
Guam. April Vi, ISG2. S28-Cm tiovernor.
COKDAKE OF EVER V SIZE MAMI'AC
TL RKU to order. Constantly on hand, a large asi'rt
ment of MAXll.A JPIli HEM l liOI'F., (all ir.es,) Hals
Kope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ate, for sale hy
TUBUS 4- Co.,
314-ly 139 Front Street, fau Francisco.
8 CR1FKITM MOKGAN. C. 8. HATHA WAT.
k. r. SToNK.
MORGAN7, STOaM; &, CO.,
Commission ami Forwarding Merchants, Pan Francisco, Cal
lU KMU Nl'K.-t
T. S. Hathaway Esq
Messrs. T. A: A. K. Nye,
" Swift & Perry,
Orinncll Minturn A: Co.,. .
John M. Forlws Esq......
Messrs. Perkins A: Smith,
Daniel O. WaU'nnan Escp.
. . ItoSloli,
A. F. BROWN,
I 1 It I . n
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
AyD A (i EX Ell A L ASSORTMENT.
Constantly on hand and in receipt iy every Packet.
SOS RATTERV STREET, Snn FrnnH.ro.
A CHOICE ASSORT.M EXT OF
SITPERIOIC .11 A I.AC 'A
Slicllol AIiiioiicIn !
FRESH BAKED PEANUTS ON HAND
' r sale by
At Ihe Confectionery Store, Nuuanu St., one dour l-elow Kinp.
A siipmor assorfnit'iit of
Some of the best brands of
n i vn c ii in i vi' Till?
HAVANA and MANILA
ForSaWly J. CATTAXACII.
At the Conf.'ct ioncry Store, N'mianu St.. onedwir U-!ow King.
Co-;irtitT1iip Notirc !
'It f'.O l-.lt IC' It A XX I Nf. IJ"
tliis day admitted as a partner in our Ims'.ne-s.
Honolulu, January, 1 1S0'5.
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