Death was not lazy on the fourth of June, 1869.

Deaths which are pitied:—On Friday of last week, death was not lazy in its pursuit after some haole girls of this Town. The first was Mrs. Mary G. Maitland, the only daughter of Mika Kakai (A. J. Cartwright) of this Town. Continue reading

Mrs. Love’s Bakery! 1887.

MRS. ROBERT LOVE,

STEAM BAKERY,

Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.

COFFEE ROASTED & GROUND.

Orders for Ship Bread executed at short notice.

old Bread re-baked.

Every description of Plain and Fancy Bread and Biscuits.

FRESH BUTTER.

Island orders promptly attended to.

(Friend, 2/1887, p. 19)

MRS. ROBERT LOVE, STEAM BAKERY

The Friend, Volume 45, Number 2, Page 19. February, 1887.

Buy local first—Love’s Bakery, 1909.

Support Local Businesses.

New cracker machines were installed at Love’s Bakery at Pauahi and Nuuanu Streets, and now being baked are light soda crackers [barena huina-ha liilii palupalu] and saloon pilot crackers [barena poepoe]. These are better than the crackers from outside of Hawaii. Hawaiians should purchase what is produced locally.

(Kuokoa Home Rula, 3/19/1909, p. 1)

E Kokua i na Hana Ponoi o ka Aina.

Kuokoa Home Rula, Buke VII, Helu 12, Aoao 1. Maraki 19, 1909.