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' ; The Little One.
Ob ! warn at dawn the children wake.
And patter up and down the at air.
Tbe flower and leaea a glory take.
The roey light a splendor share
That never more these ejea would aee.
If my sweet ones wet gone from ma.
And when at ere they watch and wait
To fold me la their arms so white.
My burdens, whether small or great.
Are charmed away by calm delight :
And. shutting oat the world I lire
The parent moments Ufa ran give.
hat when at bedtime round ma kneel
We, tender. loTlng, white-robed forms.
With hand upraised in fond appeal
Ah I then are hashed life's weary storm :
And Hear en seems very sear to ma.
With my sweet darlings round my knee i
THE NEW BIBLE.
CHANGES OMISSIONS AND ALTERATIONS
The new revision of the New Testament
ii.ued from the University press will at first
hock the Frotestant world. It is not recog
nizable as a Bible. The chapters and verses
are gone ; the running head lines are gone ;
verses are missing, changed, pared ; familiar
texts that have become graven on the minds
of church people for generations have dis
appeared, and in their place are words
foreign to tne eye and strange to toe ear.
Verbal and grammatical changes may be
counted by the tens of thousands.
The first general idea that will strike the
scholar, however, is the delightful faithful
ness with which the Greek text has been
reproduced . for the English reader. The
narrative is unbroken by disfigurement of
chapter and verse, but the capitals, punctu
ation and paragraphs lacking in the original
are, of course, supplied, and, for convenience
of; reference to the present version, the pre
sent divisions are marked parenthetically
The misleading head lines disappear finally.
witnout a sign to denote tneir improper
The effect is striking, and a marked im
provement. The sequence of. the gospel
a a I m art a a
narratives, toe logic 'ot t. ram, take on a
appearance and force that is not all owing to
the improvement n grammatical construc
tion of the text, although in a first reading
it is difficult to cistinguisn how much is
owine to the one and how much to the
Take this illusration (Heb. iv., 6-7.)
which is a fair examp'e of this point :
OLD STYLE. NEW STYLE.
6. Seeing therefore Since, therefore, it
if remaineth tha remaineth that some
- f my jroqstente 'enter therein, and.
therein, and theyTo"Th"ey who" formeTry re-
whcci it was first! ceived the glad pro
preached entered not raise entered not in
m because of unbelief:. because of disobedi
7. Again, he limit-'ence, he again fixeth
eta a certain day, a certain day, to-day.
saying to David. To-jsaying so long a time
day, after so long a afterwards in David
time, as it is said.To-j(as hath been said be
Jay, if ye will hearjfore). To-day, if ye
his voice harden not shall hear his voice
your hearts. garden not your hearts
The fourth gospel suffers most at the
hands of the revisers, the synoptics less
even than the Revelation, and the Catholic
Epistles least of all. The longest excision
is from the fifty-third verse of the seventh
chapter to the eleventh verse of the next, in
clusive.' The passage is that of the woman
taken in adultery, as followj :
53. And every man went into his own
Of the Adulterous Woman.
1. Jesus went into the Mount of Olives.
2. And early in the morning he came
again into the temple, and all the people
came unto him ; and he sat down and
3. AnJ the scribes and Pharisees brought
unto hi a a woman taken in adultery ; and
when they had set her in the midst.
4. They say unto him, Master, this woman
was taken in adultery, in the very act.
5. Now Moses in the law commanded us.
that such should be stoned ; but what sayest
6. This they said, tempting him, that
they might have to accuse him. But Jesus
stooped down" and with his finger wrote on
the ground, as though he heard them not. j
7. So when they continued asking him,
he lifted up himself and said unto them, He
that is without sin among you, let him first
cast a stone at her.
8. And again he stooped down and wrote
ea the ground.
9. And they which heard it, being con
victed by their oten conscience, went out
one by one, ; beginning at the eldest, even
unto the last ; and Jesus was left alone, and
the woman standing in the midst.
10. When Jesus had lifted up himself,
and saw none but the woman, he said unto
. ftf a .
Her, woman, wnere are tnose, thine ac
cusers T Hath no man condemned thee T
J She said. No man Lord. And Jesus
said unto her. Neither do I condemn thee ;
go, and sin no more.
The following verse (12) in which Jesus
declares himself the light of the world, is
joined upon and is a reply to the scoff of the
Pharisee in the preceding chapter, that out
of Galilee ariseth no prophet.
The next deletion of importance is the
angelic coloring of the description of the
pool of Bethesda, in the fifth chapter. The
following passage is omitted by the revisers :
M 3. Waiting for the moving of
4., Fox an angel went down at a certain
season unto the pool, and troubled the water i
whosoever then first after the troubling of
the water stepped in, was made whole of
whatsoever disease he had."
,The mo t of the three Heavenly
Witnesses (1 John y: 7. 8), is of course,
thrown oat, the following words being ex
-7. l heaven, the Father, the
Word, and the Holy Ghost; and these
three are one.
8- And there are three that bear witness
in earth . "
Another notable omission of the revisers
is to be found in the conversion of Paul as
recorded in Acts ix : 5, 6. The words ex-
Duneed are :
5. It ? hard for thee to kick
against the Dricks.
6. And he trembling and astonished said.
Lord, what wilt thou have me to do 7 And
the Lord said unto him, ;
There are many other familiar passages
that have disappeared : " Many oe caned
but few chosen," from Matthew xxii, 14;
If any man has ears to hear, let him hear,
from Mark vii. 16. ; ' r i i
Some of the happiest changes are of a
single word, as "alive" lor "quick.
They had swallowed us up alive " has a
very different sense than swalloTred us up
quick." Again, " He that is washed needeth
not save to wash his feet," becomes much
more simple when rendered " He that has
taken a bath needeth not save to wash his
feet." " Darkness over all the earth," and
"over all the land" (Palestine), are very
different things. In every , change the re
visers lessen the strain upon faith.
Minor rhancres have been hinted at. It
would take too long to sort oat, arrange, and
classify them. Here are a few that come
haphazard : As we have forgiven," instead
of forgive our debtors." " The pinnacle
of the temDle" instead of "a pinnacle"
(there was but one). " The first fruits of
them that are sleeping " instead of slept."
" If one died for all, then were all dead,"
instead of " then did all die." Paul did not
pray the Lord to avenge him on Alexander.
He said, The Lord will reward him
according to his works," not " the Lord
Teward him." " Supposing that godliness
were gain " instead of gain is godliness."
'The Word became (instead of was made)
flesh." " Born of a woman " instead of
" made of woman." For we saw his star,"
not " have seen " it. Such changes as these
are to be found in every verse, and it will
not require a very careful reading of either
of the gospels to see how many changes
have been made that do not change the
spirit, yet add to its clearness and force as
well as accuracy.
Parser Bismakck'b country bouse at the vil
lage of VarziD, a boat one hundred and eighty
miles from Berlin, is very unpretentious. It baa
two stories, and is furniobed entirely witb oak in
the style of the early Renaissance. It is simple,
masaife and strong. , Tbe hall is decorated with
trophies of tbe chaae, and to its left is the prince's
workroom or study. A large sofa, an equally
large table, a Luther's armchair, pictures of tbe
war of 18C6, busts of the emperor and crown
Frince, a piece of Gobelio tapestry representing
lenry IV. doing peoaoce at Canoesa and a few
chain, comprise the furniture. Yet the boose is
large enough to entertain half a company of
dragoons, tbe woods are well stocked with deer.
and the rivers and lakes witb trout the prince's
favorite dish. Bur let there be what visitors
there may, the prince rises at se'vf bj, doss a
broad-brimmed soft felt hat and a light ereea
coat with horn buttons, calls his de and strolls
about the fields and woods. The family assemble
at breakfast at ten o'clock. This meal is served
in the English style and consists of tea, cold meat
and eggs. At eleven tbe prince is usually to be
found in bU study, tbe table of which is by this
time covered witb despatches, letters and news
papers. These occupy his attention until one
o'clock, when tbe dog. who understands two
hundred words of German and who generally lies
at his master's feet, reminds him that it is time
for a drive or a ride. When the Countess
Marie, tle prince's only daughter, now Countess
von ILintzau, is at borne, she never fails to be
ber father's companion, and be is naturally de
lighted at the expression of admiration which her
horsemanship always elicits. On these afternoon
excursions the prince looks about to discover bold
uplands wbere he may nave trees planted. lor he
is a great lover of tbe woods, and speaks witb
enthusiasm of the magnificent oaks and elms he
Tax news that the young Queen of Holland
has given birtb to a daughter has been received
on tbe Continent with a satisfaction which tbe
matter would hardly seem to warrant. At tbe
time of the King's marriage all tbe chroniqueuTt
compared tbe union to one between May and
December, and it was scarcely hopea there would
be any issue. Tbe surviviog son of the King is
a sickly hypochondriac, who may die at any mo
ment, and the only hope of a continuation of the
houe of Orange seemed, up to the present, to
depend on tbe late second marriage of the King.
A daughter nas Deen Dorn, and the coming or a
son and successor is not impossible. Should the
extinction of tbe Orange dynasty take place,' it
would hand over tbe kingdom or Holland to
German rule, and probably result in the incorpo
ration of the little State, with its more than
twenty millions of colonial subjects and its formi
dable fleet in tbe German empire.
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Jewelry EstablUhmrnt.) Honoiula. 932 If
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A TTORNCT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
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CASTLE & HATCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W. W. R. CASTLE.
Will attend all the Courta of the Kingdom. Particular at
tention paid to the negotiation of Loana, Conveyancing, Col
lectior. etc. O" UoDey to Loan on Mortgage. OFFICE .
37 Port street, orer Dilllnrham Co'a. ilonolola HawaKaa
Ialands. Jal7 SO
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
OUNSELLOR A t LAW.
NO. 13, K A A
my 29 80
JOHN 1 W. KALUA,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
Agent to take acknowledgments of Instruments for the
Island of Maal. Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor (Contracts lor the District or Wairakn. aepa ly
, ;CHAS. T. GULIOK,
1ST O H A. n "V PUBIjIO,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLIOQMENTS TO
fa LABOR CONTRACTS and
General Business Agent.
Office in Makee'a Block, corner Queen and Kaahnmana
Streets. Honolulu. spS-SO ly
JNO. A. HASSINGEB,
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i meota to Contracts lor Labor.
Interior Office, Honolulu. sell 0m
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. ta Cantraeta (or Labor in the District of Kooa, Island of
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G. W. MAOFAELANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, ftobinaon'a Fire-proof Building, Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
Tbe Hpencer rnantation, mio.
The Wslkapu Plantation,
Iluelo dagar Mill.
Mirrlees, Talt A Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John Hay A Co'a Liverpool and London Packets,
ap3t The Glasgow and Honoiula Line of Packets. (80
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Honolulu, H. I.
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ROCERT AND PEED STUKK.
Corner of King and Port aftreeu,
o4 79 Honolulu. U. I.
IMPORTER ANU UKALKR IN ULUTU
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Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Purnlshlng Goods. XT Benkert's Fins Calf Dresa Boots,
always oo hand.
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IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETalL
Dealer in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua-
nu Street. is3 SO
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t. W. BOBBBTSOH.
WHITNEY & EOBEETSON,
iSuoeesaors ta H. at. Whitney.)
STATIONERS. PUBLISHERS. NEWS
DEALERS m BOOK HINDERS.
jal7 80 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL,
era la Clothing. Boots. Shoes, Hats, Mea'a Varnishing aad
Fancy Goods, (sola T9) No. 11 Kb; .human a St.. Hoaolula
BEOWN k CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WIN Kd AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLKSALB.
9 Merchant Street, ' al 79) Hooolaiu, H. I.
A. S. C LEGHORN k Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen aad Kaahamaam Sta. oca 79
OHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OP AND DEALERS IN
Of all descriptions, and la all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a auperior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
o4 Nuaana Strast, Honoiula. - 79
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and feed Store.
XT Orders entrusted to me from tbe other islands will be
promptly attended to. 62 Port Street, Honolulu. apl2 SO
, JOHN THOS. WATEBHODSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERA U
au2S Qaeea Street, Honolalu. "SO
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c. as. ocoaa
LEWEES k DICKSON,
BALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
auT Materials. Port Street. SO .
SURVEYOR. WA1MEA. HAWAII.
ti . B- Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
to. Ja3 'SOtf
A. W. PEIEOE & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. Importers of General Merchandise.
Agents for Brand's Gona and Bomb Lances, Perry Davis
Pain Killer. Pierce's Magnetic Truss, Whalemen's Shipping
List, Ac. Queen Street, Honolulu. (Ja3 Q)
WONG LEONG k CO.
Catrmer f X ssa Matrlwei Streeits,
Oonomra. H. I. Dealera in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boota
and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Faacy Goods, etc. Have also
constantly oa hand, Hawaiian Rice in quantities to suit. Asm
China Choice Tea, Chin Seine Twine, Chin Silk Handker '
chicle and Sashea, etc.
(hrners of Moanut Sugar Plantation. Molokai
A njeata-Kailaa Rica Plantalioo, Kaopa Rica Planution.
aad Paiasaa Rica Plsnlstinn jalO to
NO. 129, PORT ST., HONOLULU. sell
Teacher of Vocal & InitrameEtal llucc
129 PORT FT. TERMS REASONABLE.
wa. . tswia.
WM. G. IE WIN & Co.,
Sugar. Factors and Commiiiion Aftnta,
Jya 0 HONOLULD. H.I. .
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
IMPORTERS AMD COMMISSION MIR
Caraer of Fort aad Mercbaat Streets.
DE. H. N. YINEBEEG.
(Qold Medallist, McGill College, Canada.
Attended the Hospitals devoted to diseases or women and
children while completing his stadias in London, England
OFFICE AO Port street, next door to the Library. Hours
to 10 A. M- 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M.
try NIGHT BELL. XX eelSStn
Graduate of McQill College, Montreal.)
I ATE PROFESSOR af MEDICAL JL'RIS-
mA prudence, and farmerly Demoosiraior ot Anatomy in
the D nWer.it r of Biahon's Cotlrae. MMttrral, Canada, and
for aoaae Urn Hoaso Surgeon in the London Jaospltal, London,
OFFICE Corner of Hotel and Port streets, (over Mel lis A
HOURS-rata S fa 10 A. M.; 2 la 4, and JtolP.Jf
T NIGHT BELL. X8 Ju2Sly
JOHN S. McGEEW, M. D
JJLTTH SURGEON XJ. S. ARMY,
Can be consulted at his Residence on Hotel street,
between A lake and Fort streets. set
A C. STAND ART, M. D.,
PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE
Ou Fort Street, near David Burrows.
XT Especial attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear and
E COOK WEBB, M. D.,
r - -s-s-b a r T3 a aa .
w a TIC CHIEF OF ST IFF HOMEOZPA
Lj THIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Island, N. Y. Office, SO
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women and chil
XT OMce Hears-Until 10 A. M.. 2 to 4 P. M.
my 29 ly qr
DE. E. STEVENSON,
VI EMBER COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS
1M and Surgeons of Ontario. Canada.
XT OF PICK and Residence, cor. of Chaplain Lane and Fort
street. mar 13 tr
DR. E. H. THAGHER,
BTkENTIST. WOULD RESPECTFULLY
II inform the cltlaena of Honolulu that he is prepared to
practice his profession In its varied branches, giving particu
lar attention to tne rBrauiviiu ur tub tkktu, in
troducing tbe LATENT methods and appliances known to the
In Artificial Work Gold. Celluloid and Vulcanite, used for
Base Plates. Ma alias Cs af a Recrai Pateat for
their sacceasrui retention in the mouta.
By strict attention to business, thorough work, and reasona
ble prices. I hope to have a liberal share of the public patronage
OPPICK AND RK8DIKNCK between Queen Kmma'a and
Port Street Church, Beretani Street. mar27 80
J. M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
bTaENTaL OFFICE, FORT STREET.
MJf comer Hotel, In Brewer's New Block. d20 79
ALLEN & STA0KP0LE,
WILL CONTINUE THE U B N K H. A L
MERCHANDISE and SHIPPING BU8INK33 at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the Justly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, aod euch other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and oa the
moat reasonable terms. lauzs su;
C. C. COLEHAri,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriage Work, Sco.
Shop on King street, aezt to Castle A Cooke.
HAEEISON & PEDDLES,
RICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON.
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special Attention given to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
aad aU kinds of Cooking apparatus. Cfeimniea, foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do wen to
entrust us with business In our line. We wish tbe public to
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed to frlve
satisfaction. itlt SO
J. H. WICKE.
OAbiuot ZVX alLor, '
A LA KEA STREET.
ONa DOOR BELOW HOTEL 8TRKRT.
Parnlture of all descriptions made and repaired at reasoe
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed. p28 80
S. M. WHITMAN,
Ktog Street, near Bethel, Honolulu. V
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO -
Horso-Shoeing& Carriage Work
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. S3 Fort Bl., opposite K. O. Hall A Son. Honoiula.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRT
and FINK MACHINERY carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner,
rr Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended ta. a24 SO
o. sioblksb. a. axousa.
C. 8ECELKCN fit CO.,
KO. S NCTJANTJ STRKXT,
dealers in stoves ana ranges,
Tli. Sbcet Irsa t Copperwaro 1
Kasr CosstaJrtLT oa Haab
FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
GsiTsilzei Irsa aai Usd Pipe, '
aP19 80 Iidla EikWr Dase, Ac, Ac
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE.' HOCSE. AND
Heavy Wagoa Work. Monlding Bitta. Planing Knives.
Anchor and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks. Crank Axles
aad Wagoa Aries made tor the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engine,
With all their Fittings, speciality.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
Work Guaranteed. ..
XT Shop oa the Esplanade, in the rear of Mr. Geo. Lcs'
Pisa lag Mitt. . J SO
THOS. B. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION A ID
ta the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Purnaees,
Oven and Ranges. Brick or Stone Chiaaaeya, any
height Composition Monuments ana nea atones,
m-- o.r.nv Hi a i.nrea riven when
required. Address P.O.. J31
W.'E. FOSTER,) .iMiii ,
f- SADDLES and HAEHTS3 HAKES.
i J Fort street, next door to T. tack,
Habbess aid SaahLBS Cotatlt oa Hia.
XT Orders from Ue other Islands promptly atlandad to.X
tpMo ip .......
P. D ALTON, .
Saddle and darness ITIaker,
Ela STMKKT, BOHOLULU. i'i i t
r . sp. CsastsaUT sa una.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended Ml aaT SO
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,'
F. HORN, 1
Practlasl Cnctlatr, Pastry Cask aaa Eafcsr,
Ha. t Batel atraat, Mweta NBura aad Fart." .
apis to ly ...
E. D. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Purnaees. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
concrete Mulewalka. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
. Address through the Post Office. fe7 80
Wag aaa Carriasr Builder, 14 aod Tft King St.,
Honolulu. (j24 80) Island orders promptly executed.
. . Merrhaat Tallar.
Fortf Street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Carriage & W agon
Ne. S3 Klna St.. pp'osite tbe Statlaa Hoae,
tST &EPAIB1.G DO E AT SB0KT NOTICE.
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artliclal Stone Sidewalks Laid,
CeneutlBK la all Its Branches, . . ,
Whitfolng, Calsomlnlng and Jobbing
. Promptly attedded to.
Asbestos Stem Pipe and Boiler CoTf ring,
Done in tbe best manner and by experienced workmen.
As to ability to perform work in our line, we beg to refer the
public generally to the residences of His Ex. 8am'l Q. Wilder,
H. H. Ruth Keelikolani and Hon. C. H. Judd.
XT Leave Orders at S. D. Burrow's Planing Mill, Port st.
selft 8m '
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPH ER b DKALER IN ALL KINDS OP
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of Kin and Port St., Honolulu.
" ' ' BY ' ' . " .
DORTRAITS IN CRATON. PASTEL AND
BL . TT lirr Vuiui-, .iVi.,m- .
ChromoPhotographs in Oil aad Photographs Colored. Old
Pictures uopiea ana. eoisrgea. i-rcc icmuuiuic "
factioa cftaranteed. Studio and Residence, No. 30 Beretani
street. ' mytn
aid 'a. o xx xooj" i s r
SO. AO ORT STREET.
, will attend to all orders In the p
LOCK. GCN ft GEMESAL KEPAIK LINE
... .tmaHMi to nleanlnir. lenaliine aad reff-
alatlng Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, BincUnnait hlng. As
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOR BALK CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gins, Pistols, Shot. Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, drc, Arc.
Sewinr Machine Tuckers. Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT Best Mar Bine xwist.
' .1 SOLB aABNT IB TUTS KIHODOM FOB
The Florence Sewing Machine, from $40 to $80.
White Sewing Machine, from $15 to $75.
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine. $18 to $36.
Including all extras. ' au7 80
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
Queen street, in Makee'a Block, over the V. 3. Consul's
Office, Honolulu, H. I. '
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
' with Galrsnlsed Claes and Thimbles.. '
Flaaa r all wearripliaaa made aad reaalred.
m...fclhl Sn nam nkfMn... we a.e nrenare! .a mmbUi all'
orders la oar line, with dispatch and in satisfactory manner.
L- a oa
I HAVE SECURED A
And am Prepared to Carry on this Branch
of my Business in a manner satis- u
fftrt.nrv to mv Patron. t
OWNERS OF FINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Herses seat ta my ELli Street Skp will be FAlth-
iany aiieiaea to. .
Honolulu, April 27th, 1878. 25 79
DRICK and' STONE WORK
Done on ivMoaable terra .
i ' fc
Address 187 Nauana Arenne, or throagh the Post Office.
.. . (myl 6m)
Something New Under the Sun !
LI. J ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting Hit Own Horn !
HA VINO JUST TURNED OUT A SEW
Stvle ol DUMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sow Co.
No one to ear one word about It. Something useful for Plan
tations. It tarns in teas spac than two-wheel ox cart.
Width of hind Urea, 6 inches; front, 4 inches; built light, bet
veryatroBf. Those wishing to send in larse orders, and wish
theai rot oat on time, would do well to do It immediately, or
they mast stand back aad wait their torn. mh!5
ROYAL HOTEL, .
ESTABLISHED 143. CHOICEST WINE3,
ALE3 4- LIQC0BS la the Market, AT CASH PRICI9.
twn ly "Sd
iiv-VM .-rr tJB-'u
H0ETH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINRTTRK II.
CAPITA L .000.000
Arrsinsalaled and Inrested Fund. 1.09T.248
niHE L'NDERSION'ED HAVE BEEN IP-
M. POINTED AGENTS for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised :o Insure aftsinat Pire upon farorahletenni.
Risk taken in anv Dart of the Islands on Stone shd Wood
an Buildings, nd Merchandise atorert therein. Dwelling Houses
mi Furniture, Timber, Coats. Ships in hsrhor with or without
rareoes or under repair.
ap3 80( ED. H JPPSCHLAKQKB A CO.
XT 2NT X
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OP NEW ZEALAND.
capital, : : : . aio.ooo.ooo.
HAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against Ore in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risks
on caxgo, freights, bottomry, pronts and commission..
Loasr promptly adjusted and payable hare
mh8 80 J. 8. WALKER.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE. FURNI
lure and Machinery insured against Pire on the most
A.. JAEOER-Agent f..r the Hawaiian Islands
SWISS LLOYO MARINE INS., CO.
' OF WINTERTHUR.
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED ARE AUTHORIZED
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
COASTERS. BY SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most Favorable Terms.
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
rapIIK UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS for the
IM0N FIRE AM) MABI.VE IXSIUAVCE COMP'Y
Of New Zealand are Authorized to accept Fire Rl.ks on Su
gar Crops in the field. For particulars, apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN Ac CO.,
da qrl Agents for Hawaiian Island.
Jpomcstir 0r0lrt. .
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
&IBQ STREET. HONOLULU. o2 80
Gk WALLER, Proprietor.
HOTEL A UNION STREETS.
ClHOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
' Herds. Fish, Poultry, VeKetablet, Ate. furnished to
Order. Shipping supplied on short notice. Jjl 80
WAILUKU P0I FACTORY,
BEST QUALITY OP PA I A I MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
K. II. BAILEY,
my 5 80 Wailuku, Msni.
KAUPAKUEA PLANTATION SUGAR
NCW COMING IN,
AND FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
HONOtUtU SOAP W0BK8.
''.he Baiae.s of the above roarer a burl
H been transferred to
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOAP always on hand.
, Will buy beef, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
consignments of the same from tbe other
jalO Islands. 80
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY?
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUM AND JIAVf BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
42jo, Water. Soda and Butter Cracker.
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac. ,
SHIP BREAD REBAKED oo tbe shortest notice
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on band.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUAUTI
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
'" Plan. '
Is an Adjunct to the HoteL
Booms with Board ....
Rooms witb Board....
Rootna without Board.
....Two Dollars and a Half per day
Three Dollars per day
...One Dollar per day and upward
Cottages la ConnertUn with the Hotel At Special
auV A. HERBERT. Prsprlrlsr. '
JC. S. CUNHA.. .. ...FROPRIKTOR
. MERCHANT 8TBKET. HONOLULU. t
Choice' Ales', Wines, Liqnors, Cigars, &c
i. . . ' apa 80 ... s ...
. 1 !ii
IE0N TA2TKS !
uiAHiun. b ma a. a nn,.. aaw
JAMES I. DOW8ETT.
At- a 'f3SC"
g saS!Sa?:al '
J .. HiSSaffJaafljas-i...,
Contractor and .Biiilcler.
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manulactnrea ail kinds ol '
Moildli's, Bntkf ts, Window Frnif s, gashes, Doori
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork Bolsh.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of - i
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
PIkms, SprrlAealiaaa. Petal leal Drawlafi
aad eatimalr-a furalahed upon Application-
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Inlands solicited.
Honolulu, May 'i, 1879 .
my 3 if
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor,
COItXER FORT ct HOTEL STS,
II O NO I.U 1. 1'.
And others ihliie Baildle llorsea. (for Lsiliei or Oentlenien )
Carriage Horses, Single or Double Teams, Ac. ran be furnish
ed with the same at any hour of the day oi night.
JCTST RECKI VEP a large mm raaany
FOUR HORSE PLEASUItE WAGOA',
Capable of comfortably Hccommorlatlnr pleaure parlies ai.h
lne to ri.lt the I'm 1 1. WnlUlkl. Haaalaaia, or
other poiuts o Interest on the l.land., .Competent Drirars
furnished when desired. . .. , . .
Particular care and attention Kiyea to III. Uoanllng of horse.
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, a my Puble ha capacity for comfortahly
.tabling fifty boraea. ...
Reasonable Rates and att.fartiou fluaranteed in all trans
actions with me.
Give Mie a Call ! ,
Tasvlio Notice I
BFTiiKI, PTREET, NEAR KINO. ' - .
MAIM U FACTURE RS
MOM 31 FATS,
IIKADSTOVKS, TOM KS,
TABLETS,, UAKBLP. IliMKW, q ,.t
WJSIISTAMf TOPS, and
''it r. t
tiling in White & Black Marble,
. . i '. . - i
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDKR AT TilK '
Lowest Possible Hates.
. ' t ! . I 4 t
MuBBBieatR and lleaaSUineN tlraard and Kfrt,
ffcl! Orders from the other islands promptly atu-ailed to.
: . i . ' i .
ae28 V. II. REKU. Agent lor liile.
NEW D E P A RT VI E IJ T
Cash O n 1 ir !
' !'. X
I- ' H i,;
Full Suit to Order, $26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial.
All Wool Cafcxiinercs.!
ALSO - ;
.it ,. . . . . i . ,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
1 .1 .
OF SUPERFINE ,
1 .1 .4 .
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
....... i ... .
AT MODERATE PRICE8; - -
. . t
- i , .n . .
Boys' Clothes, ' .
At Low rig-ores
.. iv.i Eastsra styles I
Ju26 ly " -r HasTniGLOAUx't
. ;. Macaealc 4 CrbaR Safety V-
Flre-praef, Fire k Bairfar Proaf, k Bnrfctar Praafj
' smaller sizes constantly On hand. ' ' 1
Orders far Large Sizes niled 'tt Shartest 5Uee.
' Old Safes Taken la Exthaajce. f
Babcock's , Fire Extinguishers I
Platform, Dormant. aad ComblBttlon Bean Scales I
' XT Tor Prices ahd Circulars', Write to
. ! t it
il , V
ttmal Aeeot for theHawillaoI.lanas. i
aiywso ...-... M;