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Public. No. 4-2 Alorehnut stieet, Hono
. SCHMIDT & SONS,
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Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
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Will furnish estimates for all kinds of
Jjuiiliu Building!,. Manufuctuieitf and
dualeis in Fuinltuio. The luti-bt pat
terns Impelled fiom tho Coast Mill
woik done and all kinds of Mouldings
made at tho shot toot notice
WTlMirnltiiio btoio at
ami stieet, ounu. Ah Heo's.
No. 90 Nmi
About to be luillt ut (ho ponitir of Ilerc
Jajita and KcruiimuMi fell pets, eneli cpn
t.i liiliig I'm lor, Dlnliig-i oom, llnllwuv,
Bedropnis, Kitclieu, Tnutiy aud Butli-
KP-'l'lio plans can bo seen ut my
olllce, mid any iilteivltons dcslicdbyu
teilllllt Villi 111. In '
tetiuiit will heiiiadu.
O. J. McOAltTUY.
Australian Mail -Service !
aOK S4-V KliAM'INCO.
The New nml Fine Al Slccl Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo ut Honolulu Irom Sydney
and Aucklnnd on or ubout
March 10, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers ou or
about that ilnto.
V&" For freight or passage, havlnc
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IHWIN CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Anckland !
and Flue Al Steol Stcnmshin
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from ban
Francisco on or about
March I I, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passougeis for
tho above ports.
?- For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN &
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaca Bay
and Mukena the same day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihao and Laupahoehoo the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday February 23
nday March 4
1 utsday jg
Friday ' 25
Tuesday '... April' 5
I' riday jq
Tuesday i 0
FriUuy '.'.'.'. May G
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe" same dav: K.iwuil.nn
A. m. ; Mahukona, 12 noon ; Makeria,
6 p. m ; JMaalaca Bay, 8 p. m,; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
SW No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m touching at Kahu
lui, Huolo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
hulu. Koturning will arrivo at Hono
lulu every Sunduy morning.
," No Freight will bo received
after 4 p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their freight, us we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been landed. While tho
Company will uso duo diligence in
handling live stock, we decline to as
sume any responsibility in caso of the
loss of Biiino, and will not bo responsible
'"' iuiiuy or joweiry unless placed in
ho care of Pursers.
W. 0. WILDER, President.
S. B. UOSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A. KI.NG, Port Sunt.
ELlfiOTION of OITKlO-ltd.
A T "
(he annual meeting
of tho F.wa
'mutation Co. held this dav tho
woio plectet for tho
The uboo named ofllcors jiIso consti
tute tho Board of Dhectois.
E. D. TKNNEY,
Secretary Ewn Flaunuloii L'o.
Honolulu, Jun. 30, 1892. 833 1 III
I V you yaut a First-cluss Job of Paint-
Young Cocoanut Trees
il&r Apply at tho
3:i01l King street.
flirt Steams! Co.'s
C, M.Cooke Piosldeiit,
J. 1 .Castle Vico-Piosident
" iP1.?"" Secietary
.. 1 . Atherton Treasurer
'". Ity Auditor
If I might do ono deed of prood,
Ono llttlo docd beforo 1 dlo.
Or Oiluk ono noblo thought, lhthotild
Hereafter not forgotten ll0,
I would not murmur, though I must
llo lost In death's uunumborod dust.
Tho filmy wtn thit wafu tho eeod
Vlm the uirelcss wind to uvrth.
Of Its short llfo Una only need
To llnd tho Burm fit plnco for blrtli;
For ono Rwlt moment of delight
It y, hlrls, thon withers out of Bight.
-F. W. UottrdUkm.
BILL KINNY, 0B DBY FORK
Bill Kinny, of Dry Fork, killed a prom
inent man of tho cominunity, and tho
authorities, after somo little medita
tion, decided that ho ought to bo arrest
.ed. But Bill objected, and when threo
deputy sheriffs called on him ho laid a
Winchester rifle across ono corner of hi9
.homestead, killed ono of the deputies
and so painfully wounded tho other two
that tlioy strolled back to tho Shady
Grovo court house. Sover.il days later,
while Bill was sitting in front of his
door, Lirk Townsend, tho sheriff in
chief, walked up to tho fenco and lazily
!'-.- iu anna on tne top rail. Bill
reached back and took up his rifle.
"Good mornin', Bill"
"Had a good bit of frost last night"
"Yas, ruthcr. Which way you trav
"Oh, no way in particular. 'Lowed
you mout bo lonesome, un' I thought I'd
drap oyer and talk with you awhile
Don't make no difference how lively a
feller is he's apt to get lonesome once in
a wlnle, 'specially this time of the year."
"I reckon that's true," Bill replied.
Somo fellers come out hero the other
day, and ono of them cot so lnnpn-,
"u "Pk "oout wunted you to go to
Shady Grovo with them, didn't they?"
"Yas, they 'lowed that a jedge down
thar wanted to make my acquaint
ance." "You don't say sol" exclaimed the
sheriff. -Wy, tho jedge is a mighty big
man, an' I'd think you'd like tp meet
"I would, but
clety this year."
you see I ain't in so-
"Sorter retired, air yon?'
"Yas, thought I was a-gettin' a leHlo
too old fur the bright foolishness an' yal
ler trimmins of this hero lifo."
"Yes, that mout be," tho sheriff re
plied. "A feller does withdraw might
ily as he gets along in age; but, say, the
edgo is a friend of mine an I want you
to meet him."
"No. I'm obleeged to you. I never
hankered after these here fellers that
pride themselves on their book larnin'."
"I don't exactly cravo them," the
Bhenff rejoined, "walloping" his tobacco
about in his mouth, "but still I think
we ought to meet them once in a while.
But say. Bill, there's a man down at
Shady Grove that I do want you to
".Who is he?"
"He's the jailor, ain't he?
"Yes, an' the best one you ever seen."
"So they say," Bill replied, fondling
his rifle. "In fact, them fellers that
was hero the other day wanted mo to
"So I hearn," said the sheriff; "but I
'lowed that mebby they didn't extend
tho invertation in a soft and gentlo
"Oh, I didn't have no fault to find with
tho invertation. I jest didn't wanter go
an' sorter pulled back a little, an' then
ono of thorn laid down an' the other two
"So.I he:irn," said the sheriff. "Still
I thought there mout be n easier an'
smootner way of puttin' the invertation.
Gentleness always pays. You can Bome
times lead a man with string of beads
When you couldn't drive him with a
hoop pole. You recollec old Wash
Bowles, that was once tho sheriff of this
county, uon't your'
"All, ha! Well, that old feller had
more gentleness and consideration for
the feelins of other folks than any man
I ever seen. One time he had to hang
a feller named Brico, an' Brico sorter
kicked against it, bein' a feller that was
hard to please anyhow, so Wash, in that
soft way of hisn, stopped up to put on
the rope, an' says, 'Brico, you'll please
oxcuso me, but-I'll not detain you but a
moment.' So I thought that if I'd come
here today with strong consideration an
smooth gentleness you mout accept tho
jailer's invertation to come an' spend a
while with him."
"No, I'm obleeged to you. I don't
care about goin' today. I've got to go
over the ridge an' whip a feller tomor
rer, an' if I dont do it I'm afeered he.
mout bo disappointed. Well', now,
Mark,!' he udded, "ef you ain't got no
further bus'ness with me I reckon you'd
better be sliovin along."
"But I have got some further busi
ness with you, Bill. I want you to go
with mo un' see tho jailer,"
"Wall, J ain't goin'."
"I 'lowed you would, Bill."
"You don't say so."
"Yas, an' I want you to go with me,"
"How many men did you bring with
"None at all, but you air a-goin'."
"Mebbo; after all these hero cartridges
Is shot off."
"No, I thought yon would go with
me without having to waste any of tho
cartridges. You know the price of
brass an powder hav riz mighty of late."
"Oh, now here, Mark, I don't care
uotldn' for expenses. don't minu
ghoatiu' a few balls into a feller that
yranis to put mo In Jail and afterward
"I am glad you ain't stingy, Bill.
Borne of tho boys over at tho store said
that you was mighty economical, but
I'm glad to see you ain't It hurts o
wan mightily, you know, to have it
norated around that he is close."
"I know that, Mark, and I'm alius
tryin hard to keep that charge from
bein' flung agin my reputation."
"I'm' pleased to know you think ao
mai no just natchully had to lay down."
"So I hearn," said tho sheriff. "By
tho way," he added, "them f.dlpra tw
I., TUESDAY EVENING,
much of yo'self ; but Bay, I told tho boys
over at Bhady Grovo that you would
como b.ick with mo, an' I wish vou
"I'd like to accommodate you, ALark,
but I don't feel like strollin' toduy."
"Sorry to hear that, fori told tholwys
that I'd have you in jnil by 12 o'clock
"IwLsh you hadn't, told them, Mark,
an' you oughtenter done it, fur you
didn't know how busy I mout be."
"Yas, ineblx) I don wrong," said tho
sheriff, "but I didrTt know nfter nil that
yon couldn't fling, nj'de your bu-dnesa
and come along wih ino. The boys air
aU expectin' vou."
"Yas, tho boys up the river expected
Gineral Jackson once, but ho didn't
"Sol hearn." add tho Bhoriff;
air not comin' with msV"
"That's what I ain't."
"Ill bet you fifteen dollars, Bill, that
you do." ,
"I'll tnko tint bet; bnt in tho mean
time if you don' take yo' arms offen that
fence I'll drop you right in yo' tracks."
"That's tho w.iy I like to hear a man
talk, Bill. Say, last Ught tho jailer and
his two bons went 'posium huutin. They
called up tho dogs aiid they have got
some of tho finest hou.ds you over saw-
and hero they came with brightness in
their eyes an' deep muMic in their voices.
Yon ought to have heard them go 'ounk,
ounk, ounk. Well, they went out, an'
about midnight they) came back with
two of the biggest onij fattest 'possums
you ever saw. Well, Ihey dressed them
right thar an' then, an put them out on
tho top of tho houso ho the frost could
fall on them, an' this Aiarnun' they took
them down an' began to bake them along
with some sweet potatoes. Then the
jailer's son ho says, says he, 'Pop, wo
ain't got no regular wildcat licker to go
with these hero 'possums.' So the old
man, bavin a mighty ye for art, gave a
jug to the young feller an' told him to
go up in tho mountains.
"The young feller went, but he couldn't
find no licker, an' at last ho seen a olo
feller drivin a wagin, an' when ho asked
the ole feller if ho could git any licker
he swore that ho didn't know nothin'
about it; 'but,' s.iy3 ho, 'if you will take
a jug up the hillside an' put a dollar un
der it I don't know what mout happen,
but when you come back I don't behove
the dollar will bo thero.' Wall, ho went
up on the mountain side an' put a dollar
under a jug an' went away, but bless yo'
lifo whan ho came back tho dollar was
gone, but tho jug was filled with tho
best licker that had passed its teens.
An' so at dinner today they are goin' to
have them possums a'tfisweet potatoes
an' that old licker that's got u bead ou it
lilrn .1n....1.. i. ..
..o -uwurup, say, me jailor says
that you may sharo the feast."
"Look here, Mark, you ain't tryin' to
trifle with my feelin's, air you'r'
"No, I'm tellin' tho Lord's truth; an'
say, that ain't all. The Perdue boys
caught a big bear down in tho bottoms,
an after dinner they air goin' to set tho
dogs on him in tho jail yard right in
full view of yo' cell Think of that."
"Look hero, Mark, I am about con
verted, an' I'll go with you if you'll let
mo take my rifle along."
"No, can't do that, Bill, an' besides
111 havo to handcuff you. Possum,
sweet potatoes, licker with a bead on it
u-e a uewurop an' a bear fight in full
yiew of yo' ce.ll."
"Mark," said Bill, as ho put down his
rifle, "fetch on yo' handcuffs. Blnined
if I ain't with you." Onio P. Bead in
New York World.
Ono Kind of Tenching.
A good story is told by Mr. Montagu
Williams concerning an argument that
took place as to whether or not n cortain
boy of very tender years was old enough
to bo sworn as a witness. At tho sug
gestion of ono of tho counsel engaged
in tho case ho was interrogated by tho
judge, when tho following colloquy took
"Now, my little man," said the judge,
"do yon know what will become of you
if you toll an untruth!"
"Hell firo," said the boy, without mov
ing. "Well, and what will become of you,"
continued his lordship, "if you play tru
ant arid do not go to Bchooir
"Hell fire," said tho lxv.
"What if you don't like your brothers
"Hell fire," again said tho boy.
"What if you stay out lato when your
mother sends you on an errand?"
"What if you spill tho milk?"
His lordship ran through a long list of
faults, somo of them of a very slight de
scription, bnt tho penalty was always
the same "hell lire."
At the end of tho examination tho
learned counsel said:
"My lord, I hardly think tlds little boy
sufficiently intelligent or instructed for
his evidence to be admissible."
"Indeed "exclaimed thu judge. "Well,
now I entirely differ with you. He ueems
a very good Httlo boy, and if ho grows
un in his present belief, and thinks the
direst punishment will be visited uixm
him for evtry fault he may commit, ho
will probably make a much tetter man
than you or I."
Tho boy was sworn. Pall Mall Ga
zette. A Mhii Wbi II. i Vforked Hard.
Sir Henry Parkes, tho premier of New
South Wales, commenced to earn his
own living when a child nine years of
ago, and ho has been a hard worker
from tlien till now. He never went to
school for more than threo months in his
tlfe, and from the ago of nine ho lias
been eutirely dependent on his own ef
forts. He arrived in Australia a young
man without friends, without money,
and with no letter of introduction to tiny
ono, and lived in the country for uearly
two years without eeiiig a human face
Unit ho had seen before comiiig out.
Now he h.is been premier of New South
Wales about ten j cars. He does not lio
lluvo thero is a man in ull Australia who
has worked harder than ho lias at man
ual and other labor. He is clobo ujo
beenty-five years of ago. London Tit-Bitu.
A prcsenutivo ngainpt rotting,
wW' f,ln118' cttJ- of wood mid Mono.
Will prcsciu' any kind of wood aboe
or under giound or wutei uiiil pio
loiifr its lifo at leant 100 percent.
Will keuil oil' all xnrlk nf ii,.,io
mv!11 0r or u"elniL'fl f wood.
W ill prevent r.Usiuul mice gnawing
wood co.iIihI with it.
Will force all moisture out of wood
without closing tho pores.
Will prevent shingles, coated with
Vi" roUi"K mucking r warping.
ill prevent rope treateil with it
from rotting, causiug it to remain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tonedos will not attack limber
coated wllh it.
-uruunneiim uveiliuius does not
contain acids or poieonous ingredients
injurious to the fibres of wood.
The following is an extract from
the London "Building World :" "The
directors of thu Piilatino Uuilwuys say
of Ciirboliiieuni Avenurius ; "l'uo
boards cut from ono mid tho samo
piece of nine, ono nf whinh rr n,n
siiko of experiment was painted with
Ciirboliiieuni Avenarius, and tho
other left uiipamted, were buried, and
ufler a lpbC of three years dug up
ami examined. Tho result was, that
the wood to which tho Carbolino m
Avenarius hud been applied showed
no signs of decay, whilst the other
was found to bo in a rotting condi
As a wood preservative it has no
For -ale by
The Hawaiian Hakdwaiu: Co., Li
Fort street, opposite Spreckols.
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERGER.
Pormorly the Grand Hotel.
Corner Second Jfaiket Stieets, San
I his Mue Hotel, centrally located for
buMuesH purposes, having been thor
oughly ieuoated and newly furiiMied
thioughout, offers special conveniences
to Intending visitors from the Hawaiian
rA complete system of electric bells.
Dheot communication with Hoffman
Rooms Irom $1 per Day Upwards.
81 KING STKKET,
J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Hotail Butchors
Jowoler S AViitohnuil.or.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
t&" l'niilcul.ir attention
kinds of lep.dis.
paid U all
C. B. RIPLEY,
Okfick: Boom 5, Spieckels' Blook.
Mutual Telephone .Oil.
New Designs I Modern Buildings !
Complcto plans and speclllcatlons fo(
every description of building. ContinUs
diawn mid ciuciul bupeiluiuiidetitu of
consti notion given when leipilied. Cull
and examine ulans. pr 29 ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS,
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
tho fctoukholders of the O. Blower
A' Company hold this day, thu follow ln
weio elected Olllcors of the Coipoiullon
to bene during the eiibiilng yu in
Hon. J. O. Carter
.. ,. . (.Manager,
Goo. II. ltoherioii..,.,..Tiepbiiror,
11. F. liisliop, ... ... ......Secii'tiiry,
Hon. V. F. Allen Auditor.
Hon.0. 11. Illbhop, 11. WutcihoiibO, Ksij.,
ti, U, Allen, Kh.
K. F. 1IISIIOP,
Secietury O. Ilrcner & Co.
llouolulu, Feb. 10, Ifi'jj. sill lm
f i oin S. F.
Fob 2.1 . .
April 1!) .
Juno 11. .
ol- Oct 11
OV 1 xn o
Arrive from Sau
Sail for San Fran
cisco. JJ'iriposii Mar 10 Monowui
Monowai April 7 Al.mi.win
Alameda Muv C
Muripobii Juno 2
Alameda July 28
Mariposa Aug 25
Alonowiu Sept 22 Alameda
Altuneila Oct 20 Mnripota
iMiinposa Nov 17 Monowui
Facile lall siijji
Occidental & Orients. S. S. Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong-.
Steamers of tho uboie Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above poits on or about the follow !u
dates : "
Slmr. "Rio do Janeiro" April 12, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Juno 9, 1892
Tor San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
cull at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or ubout tho following dates:
Slmr "Oceanic" March 5, 1892
Slmr. "City of Peking" May 5, 1 892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
SctT Itound Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and letiliu, 3350.
S6ir For fielght and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD CO.,
207 tf Agents.
llic undeisigned having been appotntco
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Colebratod
From tho works of
Bur-ham, Parry, Williams
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of
si.e and style.
Ihe IlALmviN Locomotive Wokks
nro now iiiaiiufuctiiilng a style of Loco
motive partlciilaily adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at thcto Islands, and we will
have plciiMiro in furnishing plantation
agents and niiinageis with particulars
The superiority of those Locomotives
over oil other makes is not only known
hero but Is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Wm. G. IKWrN & Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St, -- Telephone 7L
Tho Best Lunoh in Ton,
Tea and Coffee at ill Hours
The F!ue6t Driuuls of
A .Iwuyu on lluiul.
II. -J. NOLTK. I'ropilutui.
O OENT8 PER MONTH
fui. (J. Irwin il Company,
OKI-Ml KOIl SALE
e !c (Jement,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
It -i..im Pipe Covering, all sizes.
M 12 AL,
DUCK & OHXANDI'B
Grade Chemical Cane Hanare.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
. Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 124,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assots, $1 15,947,809.97.
General Ageiitfor Hawaiian Islands.
In fi. ffiffll & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin President to Manager
Chins Spreckels Vice-President
Walter Al. Giffurd
iii" " " 'A ;: Secretary & Treasurer
Thoo. O. Porter Auditor
AOENT3 OK TUB
Oceanic Sieaiisji Comj'y,
Of Mnu ..'muclHeu, Cat.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Firo & Marino
Insurance Agents I
Mew England Mutual Lite Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KUANOI8CO, 0ALIKO11NIA.
C. BREWER & CO..
LIST OK OPVIQKUS:
k ?; ii,r.tt', President & Manager
O. It. Wshop, s. O. Allen,
PAPER HANGING J
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