Robert Love Jr., takes over the business, 1858.

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THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM THE FRIENDS AND former patrons of his deceased father, R. Love Sen., that he will re-open the Baking business 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 firstā€”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.