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HONOLULU, 11. I., SATURDAY KVKNlNCi, FEBRUARY IN, 1802.
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. Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Foit stieet, Honolulu. 1-91
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and Queen streets, Hono-1-01
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Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
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ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
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Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Black-smithing. Job Work ex
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Auctioneer & General Business
lnhiiki5iii. Kohuln. IK wull.
WMNER & CO.,
92 Fort Stn e Honolulu
Alias Assurance Giuuy
H. W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
VIM G- FAT & CO.,
Comor Bethel & King Streets.
Will furnish estimates for all kinds of
Frame Buildings. Manufacturers and
dealers iu Furiiiiuie. The latent pat
terns lmpoitcd from the Coast Mill
woik done and all kinds of Mouldings
made at tiie fcliorle.it notice.
oy Furniture Store af No. 00 Nuti
anu stieet, oDDo, Ah lice's, UUlillui
About to bi built at Ihe corner of Bere
taiila and Ketaumoku slieeti, each con
taining Parlor. Dinliig-rooin, Hallway,
I Bediooius, Kilcheii, Piuitiy uud Bath
room. yjr" The plain, can bo seen ut my
.illicit, and any alterations dcslted by a
Chant will iu niadp,
aus tf c. J. MaUAHTIIV.
PHE Very Desirable Resi
dence located on Kluau
stieet near the roruer of Pen-
miciilu stit'iii. picM'iitly occupied liy P.
P, Augul Klih'ie. Uoiibe coiiiuIiih par
lors, uluing-iooin, kitchen, three chum
Imu, bathiooiu, pimiry. veranda rooin
and ample cloiiipai'is. PomoIuii given
Duciimhur Ut. liupilie ut
HAWAIIAN HARDWAJtK CO.,
'Jib II 1'oilblicut, opp.SpicuLulii,
Australian Mail Service !
roit AK FKANOlNtW.
Tlio New ami Fine At Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be ilue at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
March 10, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers ou or
about that date.
tT For freight or passage, having
si perlor accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Feb. I I, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for
the above ports.
EST For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Win Q. IRWIN &
ST MR. 'KINAU,'
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m..
touching at Luhuinu, Muuluea Bay
and Makcna the same day ; Muhu
kona, Kawaihae and Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday , "
Fi iday May
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihae,
A. si. ; Mahukona, 12 noon ; Makcna,
fi i m. ; Maalaua Bay, 8 r. it. ; Laha
ina, 10 l. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at, Honolulu 13 A. m. Wednesdays
AKRIVEB AT HONOLULU.
Saturday February 20
Wednesday March 2
Saturday " 12
Wednesday " 23
Satin dav April 2
Wednesday.. " 13
Saturday..'-. " 23
Wednesday May -1
Saturday " 1-1
gjSF" No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock l. M., touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, liana, llanioa uud Kipa
liulii. Returning will arrive ut Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
gjF No Freight will be received
after ! l. m. on day of sailing.
Coiisignees intibt be at the landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been lauded. While the
Company will use duo diligence iu
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility iu case of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. C. WILDER, President.
H. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
KLliOTJON of OFFiOllJiS.
annual meeting of tlio F.wa
Pliiulut on Co. held thlb day the
following oillceis weie elected for the
coming j ear
C. M. Cooke....
E. D. Teuney..
.1. B, Athertou.
,1.11, Paly ...
The above named
olllcers ttlu L'oiibtl
tutu the Board of Dhcctois
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Ewa Plau'alioii Co.
Honolulu, .Ian. M, lbOi, 0:i:t lui
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Young Oocoanut Trees
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For Sydney and
WHEN MAMIE DIED.
When Mnmlo tiled, the liou.-o was liushcJ and
A natm-lras iirt-icncobermi-il to enter there,
A spectre ho could ucltbvi fceo nor hear,
When Maiulo died.
Whcu Mumlo tiled tlio bluU forgot to sins.
And nnttironyiniillilMl In twin of ruin;
It socinod as If our heurts wot o rent iu twain
Wlicu Mamie died.
When Mnmio tiled wo could not understand.
Wo bowed in Brief, tlio children round us cried;
But now wo know tho dour I.ord took ber baud
When Mumlo died.
Motes Gage Shirley In Yankee Blade.
If this storv. dear reader, were the
work of my imagination, I should hesi
tate to write it. It would Eeem too im
proliablo with its mixture of tragic and
ludicrous, but I can assure you that, at
far as tho facts relating to Ana's doll go,
it is entirely true.
Ana was onco in tho service of a friend
of mine, and her present position, her
houso and husband, aro as I represent
them. If I have failed to do justice tc
any one, it is to the doll, whose beauty
great judges declare to have leen hide
scribablo. But Ana had no doll when
this story begins. Showasarosy cheeked
girl with flaxen braids wound about her
head, and big bluo oyos that still seemed
staring at the world with infantile aston
ishment. She was hut sovonteen, but
ovon then betrothed to n certain young
Hans who had placed himself with u
grocer a youth as red cheeked, round
eyed and baby faced as Ana herself.
They were very fond of each other and
very true to each other, but thoy had
prudent souls, and had set before them
selves the fact that a certain sum must
bo saved heiore they married. It was a
comfortable sum, too, not to bo made by
a maid servant and a grocer's clerk in a
hurry: but, as Ana confided to her mis
tress, "Ven boino peoples gets married
togeder, right away comes doso children,
and cos' dem much money. It is lxittcr
dot dose jieoples wait until dey got dot
money onco already."
No ouo ever contradicted Ana or strove
to dissuade her from her purpose. If
Hans ever said anything to anybody
Which seemed unlikely, for he would sit
long hours without shaking, even to
Ana on Sunday evenings, when ho al
ways went to see her ho was probably
encouraged in his economical intentions.
At all events thus honest pair of German
lovers never swerved from their object.
Every month thoy made a deposit in a
savings bank, !tnd slowly tho dimes
turned to dollars, and tho dollars to
eagles, and tho eagles became the sum
total of tho marriage portion very
slowly, some sweethearts would have
fancied, but Hans and Ana possessed
their souls with patience.
For years each Sunday afternoon saw
him arrivo at tho kitchen door of Ana's
service place dressed in his best clothes
and wearing a red geranium blossom in
his buttonhole. Sometimes they went to
church together hand in hand wero
they not betrothed? and if any one
grinned neither Haus nor Ana was of
fended. Ho bought her papers of pep
permint drops and sticky slabs of taffy.
She knitted him red worsted comforters,
and bluo mittens, and yellow wristlets,
and sometimes they read their hymn
books and sometimes their bankbooks,
rejoicing when tho money gathered in
terest, until at last thero came a day
when Ana revealed to her mistress that
the money had been accumulated and
that the wedding was at hand.
Meanwhile Ana's checks had faded
and Ana's eyes wero not so blue, and
little puckers wero to bo seen at the cor
ners of her mouth, and certain pencil
lines crossed her forehead, whiph had
leen as smooth as ivory on her betrothal
Hans, too, had changed from a round,
cprly headed boy to a stocky man, with
a bald spot on the top of his. head, and
lwth of them had lost sundry tieth,
which they wero far too economical to
Beck to have replaced by a dentist.
Still thoy wero as fond of each other
as ever, and very happy in tho little
frame house, with a small garden about
it, which they bought and furnished
from their savings, Hans was also prom
ised a partnership in the grocery, and it
seemed as though their good angels had
looked favorably upon these humble and
honest lovers. Their house shone with
cleanliness. In their little parlor were
the brightest carpet, tho whitest cur
tains and the most highly colored re
ligious pictures to be bought. A clock
set iu a Swiss cottage of carved wocxl
ticked away between a German china
shepherd and shepherdess. Thero was an
escritoire in which tho bankbooks were
locked up, and the usual number of
chairs and u table, also an enlarged photo
graph of Hans and Ana, hand iu hand,
taken in their early courting days. Sa
cred indeed was this apartment, but the
other rooms wero just as tidy, and for
a while Ana seemed jwrfoctly happy.
There came a time, however, when she
seemed to her lute mistress Jo lu(,v
grown graver to le anxious about some
thing. She sighed, and whon ouestioned
"Yes, I have some droubles."
Pressed to say what thoy were, she
"I vnit now a good vile for ie good
Lord to send' doso leetlo childrens, and
doso leetlo childrens did not come. And
Haus, he vuits too.
But childien did not come to them.
One day Hans, having been, us in duty
bound, to the church fuir with his wifu
ou his unn and his money in his pocket,
had lwught several pretty uud useful
things, and taken chances iu Homethlng
on tlio toy tublo ho hardly knew what
because that worthy lady, the pastor's
sister, hud rnpiest"! liini Uidot-u. Haim
was economical, but to seud money at
a church fair was a religious duty in his
eyes and Ana'd. It w.ih tho last day of
the fair, uud just as he was about to
leave tho building the pastor's sister
touched him on tho arm and said:
"Well, Hani, don't go without your
"My dull'f" said Hans.
"You diuw thudoll,'' wtid tho pastor's
liater. "You had thu lucky number, "
"Ah, 1 have no children to give a doll
to," said Hans, in his native language
but he went back to the toy tnble and
took the parcel that was handed to htm.
"I will take it." said Ann.
She carried it home in her arms, say
ing to Hans every now and then:
"This is heavy heavy in n real baby,
us large and f-oft as if it were alive."
When thoy reached home she lighted
a light, and sitting down began Uj un
wrap tho folds of muslin and paper, and
shortly looked upon one of the most
beautiful objects they had ever seen.
It was one 6f those wonderfully fine
imported dolls that aro really artistic.
Its face was us sweet us u cherub's, its
waxen arms and shoulders had dimples
in them, its llaxen hair curled about its
temples. It had the face of a little child
of two years old, and was as largo as a
baby of six months. When it was held
up its eyes opened: wheu it was laid
upon its back they closed. Ana stared
at it solemnly, and suddenly uttered a
cry of rapture. Then Hans, all this time
attentive but remote, stepied forward
and knelt down beside his wife. He
timidly touched tho doll with his linger.
"Kiss it, then, myleloved,"Baid Ana.
"This is no common doll," baid his
wife. "This is a doll child. The dear
Lord has sent it to us to compensate."
Then thoy kissed it. That night itlay
between them folded in a shawl. The
next day tho neighbors were astonished
by seeing a cradle carried into Ana's
house. Curiosity leading them to call,
they found Ana sitting in her parlor
sewing and softly rocking the doll, which
looked as though alive. She was making
a nightgown for it. No one dared to
laugh somehow no one wanted to laugh,
for Ana repeated solemnly a German
phrase, which can only bo translated
thus, "It is by tho love of God given."
A certain superstitious admiration,
such us they felt when they looked at
holy shrines in tho church on Christmas
night, possessed them, and Ana played
tho mother to her doll in peace. She
dressed it as she would have dressed her
own baby, held it on her kneo, folded it
in her arms and bade it kiss Hans on his
return homo at night, and actually in a
very little while thero appeared in tho
entry of the little house a perambulator,
in which Hans and Ana took the doll to
ride- every Sunday afternoon exactly as
other parents took their real babies.
Just as quietly us thoy had carried out
their long engagement theso two grown
up children carried on their pretense of
being parents, and tho nine days' wonder
ceased to interest the neighbors in time-,
save when they told it to astonish some
Alasl who could havo thought that
this curious play would end tragically?
But it did.
One morning Ana, disheveled and in
tears, appeared at her late mistresses'
house. Her sobs choked her uttorauco,
but at last she contrived to say:
"Oh, lnadaml great droubles great
droubles do vorst droubles dot can
cornel Oh, madam I"
"Is Haus sick?" tho lady asked, fearing
that even worse had happened.
But Ana replied:
"His heart is broke like minol Ohl
never can vo laugh any more all is
The lady waited for an explanation.
It came at last.
"My baby doll my dear, God given
baby doll is dead!"
"Ana, what aro you saying? A doll
cannot die," said her mistress.
"My doli baby is dead she is killed
deadl" said Ami "sho is killed dead!
I tell you how dot happens: Last night
I just put dot child asleep, mit ou her
de little nightgown and set do cradle ki
de parlor vere all vos still, veil comes
my goot friend Gretchen uud her hus
band und her leetlo dog, und make
some colfeo on do table, und wo drinks
uud laughs. I tinks uoding and Hans
tinks noding, but all do while Gretchen
" 'Vere goes dat bad dogV
" 'Oh,' I say, 'ho plays never mind.'
"I vish to bo polite, but sho bay:
" 'Ven ho is liko dot still ho does mis
chief.' "So ven vo laughs und eat leetlo
cakes und drink colleo a long time dey
go away, und sho calls de dog und ho
" 'I liko not dot dog's looks,' my friend
pay. 'Ho has btolo bomeding. If you
havo got some meat put nvay for break
fast you find it not.'
" 'Oh, I guess all right,' I say. But do
lectio dog lick so ou his mouth, und sho
"All wrong, I am sure.'
"So I laugh, und vo all shakes hands
und go, und vo goes in und locks up,
und I says:
" 'Now I get my doll child, and gooa
straight uvuy to bed,' und I goos into
dot parlor door mit u caudle, uud 1 see
my child lying deat und bitten und
eaten by dot dog on dot lloor, und I falls
down und knows noddings."
As boon us she could quiet Ana u little
tho sympathizing lady went with' her to
Thero in the cradle lay u very dead
doll indeed. The dog had eaten tho
wax head and anus and chewed tho kid
body into tatters. Thero was no possi
bility of u-puir or renovation; but after
a while it occurred to tho lady to sug
gest a means of coiufurt, and bho said:
"After u while you can buy another
doll, Ana, Ono as pretty will cost some
thing, but you won't grudge that. 1
will toll you where, and you can dress i,
in tho same clothes, and forget all that
At these words the mourning Ana
ceased her sobs and turned upon her with
"Buy u dolll I am not u fool!" said
she. "You do not den know dot dero is
liko dis lost ono no oder? Dis was by do
dear God given to mo, becuiibo so much
I wanted a child. No. my doll child is
dead, and do world goos uuter."
And from that time to this Ana and
Huns have been cud and uumiiiliug, uu
in thoir llttlo garden is u little mound
covered with tuif uud decorated us aro
thu graves of Ueiinau children, llvrw
Ho tho tuttorn of their ndurwl dyll.
Mury Kylo Dalian in l'iruid CHPWiun.
A pi(-MMiliv( ngaiu-t rolling,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will pM'M-ixe ii 1 1 kind of wood above
or iindei giouinl in w.itel and pto
long its life at leiit 100 percent.
Will keep nil' all sorts of insects,
vermin or other enemies of Wood.
Will prevent l.itsnnil mice gnawing
wood coated with it.
Will force all moistuio out of wood
without closing the pores.
Will prevent shingles, coated with
it, from rotting, cracking or warping.
Will prevent rope Heated Willi it
from totting, causing it to remain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tenedos will not attack timber
coaled with it.
Curbolineuni uvenuiius does not
contain acids or pohonous ingredients
injurious to tho fibres of wood.
Tlio following is an extract from
the London "Building World :" "The
directors of the Palatine Hallways say
of Curbolineuni Avonurius: "Two
boauls cut from one and the same
piece of pine, ono of which for the
sake of experiment was painted with
Carboliiieiuii Aveiiarius, and the
oilier left iinpaiiitcd, were buried, uud
after a lapse ol tlireo years dug up
ami examined. The result was, that
the wood to which thu Curbolino m
Aveiiarius had been applied shewed
no signs ol decay, whilst the other
was found to bo iu i rotting condi
As a wood preservative it lias no
For -alo by
Tin-: Hawaiian Haiidwahi: Co., Li
Fort street, opposite Spreckels.
Du. MoLknnan, tho well-known
specialist of San Francisco, Cul., re
cently arrived hero with his family,
has opened ollicos at No. 31 Ricliaids
stieet, opposite the Royal Palace.
Tho Doctor has had fifteen years of
unprecedented success at tlio Bay
City, having among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
ho can now refer.
The Doctor's specially is the treat
ment of all uliiouic, (lilllciill and lin
gering (liseaso, and he invites all so
ullliclcd to visit him. Uefers by per
mission to .Mr. J. T. Wnterhoiise, Sr.
Medical and surgical electricity a
specialty. 331 lm
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERGER.
U." IX JO -
1'ormcrly tho Grand Hotel,
Corner Second & Maiket
This Flue Hotel, centrally located for
business puipo.e, having been thor
oughly renovated and newly fiiinUhed
thioiighout, offers special conveniences
to intending visitors from tin: Hawaiian
x A complete .system of electric hells.
Dhi'ct communication with Hoffman
Rooms from $1 per Day Upwards.
'V li 3-J
81 KING STREET,
U. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
NAVY CO ,N TRACTORS.
iJowelei- At WultiluiiaiUoi.
KUKUI JEWELIIY a SPECIALTY.
King .Street, Honolulu, II. J.
kinds of lepah's.
attention paid to all
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oifioi:: Room fi, spieckels' Itlouk.
Mutual Tolcphuiio 'Mi.
New Uesiijub ! Modern Buildiugs
Coiupluie pi, ins and kpecillculioiis fur
uvuiy ihteciiptiuii of buildup. Conliauts
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, Mar 10..
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...Juno 2. .
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..July 28 .
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. . Sept 22 .
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Mariposa .... Nov 17 Monowai
Pacific fill stBBmsElD Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "Rio do Janeiro" April 12, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" June 9, 18S-2
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the-abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Stmr "Oceanic" March 5, 1892
Slmr. "City ol Peking" May 5, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
QT Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, 6350.
Kif For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
The undersigned having been appointeu
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From the works of
Burnam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive oi tiers for these engines, of
size anil style.
The Baldwin Locumotivk Wouks
are now manufacturing a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at tlieso Islands, and we will
have pleasure iu furnishing plantation
agents ami managers with particulars
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is not only known
hero but Is acknowledged throughout
thu United States.
Wm. G. IK WIN & Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
STEAM DANDY FACTOR?
ani ii.umtt v.
Pastry Cook &
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The Boat Lunoh in Town,
Pea and Coffeu at 111 Hours
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Oh i Ell KOIt 8AI.E
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COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BOOK & OULANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
. GRASS SEEDS:
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Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 ami 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insuranco Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, $ I 15,947,809.97.
General Agent for Huwuiiuu Islands.
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Wm. G. Irwin. ...PiesiUeut it Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice-President
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Secretary & Treasurer
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