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HONOLULU, II. I., TlIUKSiJiXy EVENING, REBKUARY J8, 1892.
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Honolulu, II. I.
Attorney at Law and Notary
1'iibllo. Merchant sticct, Honolulu. 1-01
Attorney at Law and Notary
i'uhllc No. 42 Merchant stieet, Hono
1 I w. Schmidt Ss Sons,
JLJL. Inipoitois & Commission Mcr-
Ji uilb. Foitsttoct, Honolulu.
HHAOKFEL.D fc OO ,
Qener.il Commission Agents.
Coiner Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, 11. I. 1-91
f W MACFAKLANE & OO ,
vX Impoiters and Commission
Met chants. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. I. 1-01
(1 ONSALVES & CO.,
X Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Bcavoi Block, Honolulu,
11. 1. 1-91
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
linpoiter aud Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. 1. l-'Jl
WILDER & Co.,
Dealeis in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt aud Building Materials
of eveiy kind. Corner Fort and Queen
stieets, Honolulu. 1-01
L EWERS d5 COOKE,
Impoitefs aud Dealeis In Lum
bci and all kinds of Building Mateii.ils.
Foit street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IEON WORKS,
Honolulu, i I H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugai Mills, Boilers,
Coolei.s; Iron, Biass aud Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
Older. Piiitlciilar attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmith! ng. Job Woik ex
ecuted nt Bboi t notice. 1-91
J0. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
SluliuUoiia. Kuhula. llnwatl.
WUHflR & CO.,
92 Tort Street, Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
1-91 v ,,
IthiC Htrciot, llmiolulllr
Kxoellent aecumniodatiou for patients.
DR. A. R. RO WAT, V. S.
OHIeo llouis 7:80 to 10 a. in.; 12:30
to 2 p. in.; 4:!!0 to G p. in,
Tklkimionks : Bell 0(1, Mutual 183,
1'. O. Uox 32(1. 102tf
'Ml I III
Corner Relhnl & Kiny precis.
Wll) fuinisii tfstlttiatpa lor all Kfiuls qf
Fhuiio BalhliiigH. Aliiuufaetuieis and
dealuis In Fuinituic. The laltbt pat
lei ns Impoited from the Coast Mill
vvoikxloiiu aud all kludb of Mouldings
made nt the shoitcit notku.
Hdf Fiiinlluio htoio at No. 90 Nuu
anu stieet, opuii. Ah Heo's. 302 Jin
Alijiut to he iilt ut (he eoiiiir of Beic
tniiju and Keiaiimoku stici'ts, cuch con
lalnlng I'ailoi, Dliiliig-ioom, Hallway,
Hediooips, liitchgn, 'antiy aud Butli
MMI'lb fe" '1 lie phuiN nan bo Been at my
ollli'ii, and any iilteiatlons Uesliedbya
tenant will be made.
298 tf C. J. ilcOAKTUY.
Australia Mail Service!
MMt MAN fr'HAMH.M'O.
Tho Now and Flue Al Steel Steamship
OI the Ucuaulc Steamship Company will
bu duo nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
March 10. 1892,
And will leave lor the above port with
malls aud passengers on or
about that date
ty" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. 1K.WIH & CO., Ld,
For Sydney and Auckland 1
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from ban
Francisco on or about
March 11,1 892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passcngors for
the above poits.
tSFor fi eight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
WiGr's StBamsMD Gos
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m..
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Buy
and Makena tho same day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihao and Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday February 23
Frida'y M arch 4
Tuesday : " 15
Friday " 25
Tuesday . . .-. April 5
Friday " 15
Tuesday " 2G
Friday May G
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihac,
a. m.; Mahukona, 12 noon;' Makena,
0 r. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 r. m. ; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. tho following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G A. M. Wednesdays
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
Saturday February 20
Wednesday March 2
Saturday " 12
Wednesday " 23
Saturday April 2
Wednesday " 13
Saturday ,.. 23
Wednesday May -1
Saturday " 11
fHKT No Freight will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huclo, Hana, Hanioa and Kipa
hulu. Returning will arrive at Hono
lulu ovory Sunday rnbriiing,
fflT'ltlo Freight will be received
after '4 p.m. on day o sailing.
Consignees must lip at tho landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
height has been landod. Whilo tho
Company will uee duo diligeneo in
handling Jive stock, wo declino to as
Hiinio any responsibility in case of the
loss of saino, and will not bo responsible
for money or Jewolry uuIcbs placed in
iho care of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. n, ROSE, Seoiotary,
0APT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Io-vvl-r &- AVtitohtiiulfor.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY,
KIntf Sircot, llouolulu, II. I.
tSS'- I'm tlcular attention pa,U to all
khis of icpidr.. . i .$ '
C. B, RIPLEY,
0kick: Room , Spreckels' Block.
New Designs 1 Modern Buildings I
Complete pinna and specifications for
eveiy debciiptlon of building. Contracts
diawii mid careful superintendence of
cousti notion given when lequhed. Call
aud cxauiiue uluns, upr 29 ly
MMC. DC BAnniOS.
Of AH Now TorU'ii YonnB Widows nnil
iltntroimfilio UpccIvcs Mo Attention.
No other joung widow or yonng ma
tron has attracted qnito bo much atten
tion In New York this toason as Mmo.
do Barrio. Uer lavish entcrtalnmonts
liavo been tho ono topic of conversation
among thoso who have been bo fortnnato
as to bo bidden to -attend them, and her
grand fancy dross ball, which took placo
a littlo beToro tho beginning of Lent, lias
been talked of ever since. On that oc
casion Mmo. do Barrios dressed to rep
resent Cleopatra, and wore n doml-train-ed
costume of pink satin covered with
gauzo Bown thickly with jewels. There
was n bordering of precious stones all
around tho low corsago, and sho wore an
anthentio Egyptian headdress of gold,
rabies and sapphires.
In her splendid houso thero are three
parlors, and the decorations of flowers in
? t -,- .
each fouowed thogeneral coloring gold
en orchids and daffodils in tho lirst. La
Franco and Mermct roses hanked in the
second, while tho third was all white
and green, with roses and lilies, and tho
great 'hall was a moss of scarlet and
green. Thousands of dollars wero spent
upon the flowers alone; but what is that
to a woman who is tho possessor of thirty
Mmo. do Barrios is a native of Guate
mala, and is tho widow of tho iU fated
president of that turbulent country
After the tragedy that mado her a widow
she came to Now York to live, and built
her splendid homo on Madison avenue
Sho was married at fourteen, and it is n
surprise to see her stand by tho sido of
her son and her beautiful young daugh
ters and claim them as her own children,
for she has a singularly girlish face and
figure for tho mother of a family. Sho
is of a rich Spanish typo of beauty, with
extremely large and lustrous dark eyes
and heavy black hair, and the most ex
quisito'set of teeth possiblo to imagine,
of that pearly transparent whitoncs3
never seen except among tho Spanish
races. Her voice is low and musical
and her manner charmingly natural
Mme. do Barrios was named Apariclo
before her marriage. Her sister of that
same name lives with her, and her
brother-in-law and his lovely wifo have
been living with her for somo time, but
left for Europe directly after the great
ball. Mmo. do Barrios has two daugh
ters who promise to make a sensation in
society as soon as they shall havo finished
their studies. Tho elder is a superb typo
of womanhood, with thick masses of
glossy hair reaching below her waist,
magnificent eyes and a splendidly sym
metrical figure. Tho second ono Is
thought by some to bo even more beauti
ful, but both are certainly far beyond tho
averago among tho loveliest.
Mme. do Barrios has a selection of
jewels so great that if sho wore a now
paruro each day thero would bo more
than enough for all tho days in tho year,
but it is not often that sho 'disfigures tho
exquisite contour of her neck with a
necklace, and sho never wears earrings.
Mme. Bamos dresses plainly but richly
on all ordinary occasions, and generally
in black when on tho street or at church,
with a decided penchant for fino laces,
but when occasion demands sho will
wear tho costliest fabrics, and rather In
clines to tho old Spanish fancies in the
making np of her gowns.
The Fuehlons of Paris.
Palo drab and pearly gray 'and a, Yery
delicate phodo of tan aro tho colors most
often seen on tho streets these early spring
days, and they nro in all tho light; now
woolon fabrics which aro so yery bafld.
somo this season. ,
Wraps, pro yery elegant Ono In the
Illustration is of myrtle green velvet,
richly ombroidorod in green and gold,
with cbeniflo fringe, also having gold
threads, Tie dainty littla capote is of
green and gojd, wiU"paJQ bue plumes.
Fko gown wort wjUl It is Arab cashmere,
ricldy nniliroidBred in green aud black.
Tho Louis IV coat is u great favorite
tlds eenson. and is worn both in and out
of doors. Tho coat in this illustration is
of chandron cloth, bruidod. with black
Boutache, upd has deep culTa and collar of
black yelvot. Tho hat is of black velvet
with shaded red plumes. The dress worn
with this 1b of pearl gray toilo, with u
handsome pattern iu block soutache
braided upon it
Showing tho Valii (if t'lfurrnco nt A
pUiil to n Trump llnml,
(In tho following hand tho rcmnrki In
parentheses are innilo A to hlmtulf us
the game progresses. JIoiIoiriioI know,
of course, what the otlftri have, although
In following the hand otit it is doshablo to
placo tho cards faco up. on thu table. A
and C piny against U and D.)
The hands aro as follows
A has kj kn, -t and 3 of spades, a, k nnd B
of clubs, S of diamonds, aud a, kn, 10, 0
and 4 of hearts.
B has a, q, 7, 0 and 2 of spsdes, kn aud 3
of clubs, a, H and 6 of diamonds, and k, 8
and 0 of hearts. -
C has 9 of spades, 10,0, 0, 7 and 3 of clubs,
q, kli, 10, 9 and 7 of diamonds, and G mid 3
I) has 10, 8 and 5 of spades, q, 8 and 4 of
clubs, k, 0, 4 and 3 of illuuiouds, nnd q, 7
ami 2 of hearts; 3 of spoUes turned up by A.
First Bound B a spades, C 0 spades (Gas
no card below tho 0. May havo 10 and q
or both hut extremely Improbable, tut
v hat would B bo lending hla neo of trumps
from?), 1 Ii spades (lias only threo or less,
as othcrwiso ho would echo, by pin) lug mi
unnecessarily high card, which ho doesn't
do, as I hao tho 4 and 3 and tho S was
turned up), A 3 spades.
Second Hound B 0 spades (had only flvo
spades originally, ns this is his fourth best,
and ho holds only tho 3 under It). O Q
clulw (his strong suit. Five spades havo
been plajed already. B has threo left. 1
have three loft. Then thero are two moro
out. And as O has no more, why D holds
them). D 10 spades (then ho probably has
ono smaller, bat ho may hao tho q and bo
fincsslng.lhe 10. No. Because B wouldn't
havo led that A on thu first round unless
it had been backed up by an honor) A Kn
Third Bound A a hearts (to show my
partner v hat my long suit is. Now my
play Is, If possible, to force B's hand), B 5
hearts, C 3 hearts, D 'i hearts.
Fourth llound A k clubs (C's long Bult,
which I may bo ablo to establish for him),
B 3 clubs, O G clubs, D 4 clubs.
Fiftli Bound A a clubs, B kn clubs
(probably has no more; hut may havo q),
C7elubs, D 8 clubs.
Sixth Bound A k spades (1 play this to
gctoutthat remaining trump of D's, so that
ho v on't havo n chunco to trump with lt),B 2
spades, C G hearts (he must havo somo dia
monds, us hu wouldn't bu likely to throw
anay from his strongest suits now), D 8
spudes (All I now A has tho q and a small
ono left Perhaps 1 can work In my trump
before ho has a chance to get tho load).
Seventh Bound A 3 diamonds, B a
diamonds. (No; B is too smart for me. If
ho hadn't hud that a of diamonds I might
havo got a chanco to trump diamond on
tho next round.) C 7 diamonds, D 3 dia
Eighth Round Bq spades, COdiamonds,
D 4 diumouds, A 4 sp.idas.
The inquiring student can finish the
hand for himself. It Is an extremely inter
esting one. Tom Masson.
Hero Is a picturo of Marion Wilkes, a
hanilsomo trotter with a groat pedigree and
a promising future., no is a son of Garnet
Wilkes, by Onward. Ho was broken to
harness in January, 1890, and is tho first
Iowa bred colt to enter the 2.30 list as a
3-jear-old. Ho has already trotted a finish
quurtorln thirty-four seconds, which is a
2:10 gait, no is a chestnut colt of mora
than ordinary size and beauty, and great
things aro expected of him Iu tho near
Ono of Mike Kelly's latest converts to
Cincinnati's Association team Is Frank
Dwyer, pitcher of last booson's Chicago
F. It Abell has succeeded Allen W.
Thurmun its the white winged angel of
peace in tho baseball world. May tho
Brooklyn angel do as good work ns Thur
man did will ho tho hearty wish of yory
lover of tho national game.
Like actors, baseball meTThova their
fads. Tho hobby of I.iton Chamberlain,
tho famous pitcher, is prlzo lighting, and
it ills leu mm into several unpleasant ex
periences. Humors from tho othor sldo of tho big
pond havo It that John M. Ward bus fulled
in his ullugcd mission of effecting a recon
ciliation with his wife, Helen Dauvray
Tho International league's namo will bo
chuuged, us tho withdrawal of Toronto
mokes tho appellation a misnomer. Tho
International Is getting into good working
Ono of tho latest baseball Institutions is
the New England league It has a strong
listof tovvus, and will engage good talent
for tho coming season.
Tho oldest pitcher in tho business Is Gal
vin. lie Ii.ib occupied tho box since 1875.
Kecfo, Mike Welch and ll&lbourno nr
other old timers.
President Kmuthoff, of tho western as
sociation, Is, lko ox-President Tburmani'H
lawyer. KripithQir uus.'baon, honored by
the presidency of tho Missouri bar associa
tion. SPORTING NOTES.
The proceeds of the Manhattan Athletic
club's recent successful meeting at Madi
son Squuro. garden will bo used to defray
tho excuses of tho club's crack moil dur
ing their proposed tournbroad. Thochorry
diumoud men will enter tho English chunr
ploushliisand inukotho British bos"hustlc,
Goinrnor Abbott, of Now Jereoy, hw
been elected commodore of tho Now llo
chollo Yacht club, of New York state.
Henry Clay l-amur. nephew of L. Q. C.
Liuuur, was. recently draw nod iu Florida.
Young Lamar was one of the crack men of
tho Princeton football team hi 1885, and
his famous run nearly the whole length of
tho field w us one of the most sensational
plu)s of recent jears,
Torn Cpnnois, tho wrestler, will go
abroad In May and meet tho best men
on tho other sldo in catch us cutch-cau
At the recent meeting of tho Harvard A.
0 J, R l'lnloy broke tho Indoor record
for putting tho shot. Ho hulled It ) ft.
10 Iu, Tho old record was 87 ft. V lu.
rpiIKSE Lots, varying fioni one-half
JL to ceven-tentlis of an aciu, aio ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
tho Park, and ljlug between the'Uia
nioiid Hi ad loud and the sen. Govern
ment water It lnld on along thu fiout of
these Lots on the mad. The bo mil Is of
soft white sand, and tho icef Is famous
for delicious llsh of ailou kinds, which
Of the ten origlunl Lots Nos. 1 and 2
have been sold and 0 ami lOnieiesened
by the owner, Mi. S. 11. Dole Tho
othui six Lots uio offered for sale at the
upset pi ice of 3800 apiece. When bids
have been locelved fin thieu or moro
Lots an unction sale will be held. Lot 3
has been bid for, leaving live Lots tin
appioprlated. Tho title Is fee simple, and tci ms arc
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on moi tg.igc at 8 pel cent for one or two
years. Deeds at the expense of pui
chaseis. VST A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Sulci ooin.
BST" These Lots aio niukcd
corner stakes, giving the nunibcis.
J, VS. F. MOIiGAN,
SING LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
Have re-opened In their New Building,
where they will keep constantly In
stock at the lowest prices, a
huge assortment of
Dry Goods, Chinese Sills,
Satins. Plushes, -Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroiderios, Etc., Etc.
SI KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T tho adjourned annual meeting of
t tho stockholder of thu C. Biewer
1S5 Company held this day, the following
vveio elected Oillcera of the Corporation
to seive during tho ensuing yuan
Hon. J. O. Cm tor i is
Geo, II, Robertson Tteasuier,
4K. V". liluop Secn'tni),
Hon. V F. Allen Auditor
Hon.C.R. Bishop, II. Wuteihouse, Esq.,
H. C. Allen, Esq.
K. F BISHOP,
Secietniy O. Biewer it Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1892. 3U lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho nnniial meeting of the lla
wuliau Agilcultiual Company held
this day, tho following poisons weie
elected olllcers for the imreiit year:
Hon. 0. R, Bishop Piosidcnr,
Snni'l C. Allen Vice-President,
Geo. II. Kobcitson Treasuiei,
J. O. Carter Secretary,
Tom May A udltoi .
B. P.. Allen, Chan. M. Cooko nnd W, O,
J,. O. CARPER,
Sccty; II aw. Ag. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1802, U'25 :im
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the F.wa
Plantation Co. held this day the
following olllcers weio elected for the
coming e.u :
C, M, Cooko Piesldent,
,7. B. C.istlo YlVu-l'ieslilent,
K. I), Teiiuey...,...,,,..houiot.iiy,
J. II, Atheitdu Tieasurer,
.1.11. Paly Auditor.
The above naiiH'd oIllLcrs also coustl
tutu the Board of Dhectois.
K. U. TKNNKY.
Secretary Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 30, lbOJ,
ALL patties who havo left watches or
docks with A. A. Doilou, Wul
liiku, Maui, for icp.ilis, nro lieicby noti
fied to claim their piopeity within sixty
days, ns they wllj lie debaiied fioni
claiming thereafter, he having gone out
of business. Claims to bo hout to Mi,
Kckuit, at Mr. notion's Into place of
business, Wulluku, or to tho miuV
felguwl. TUQS. NUTT,
9 Hiiro Honolulu.
TB3I. J 'iS',:
liom S. F.
foi S V.
Kul)2.'l ..., Mareli 1
Mnich 22 Mnrcli2l
Apiil J'.l April 20
May 17 May 24
Juno II Juno 21
July 12 '..July 10
Aug I) Aug 10
Ootl Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for Sau Fian
cisco. Mariposa Mar 10.,
Monowai .. .April?..
Alameda . . . .May fi .
Mariposa Tunc 2
Monowai Juno .10.
Alameda .... July 28
MaripoMi Aug 25
Monowai Sept 22.,
Alameda Oct 20 .
Mariposa Nov 17.
. Motion ui
Pad Mail stuMi Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above pons on or about the following
Stmr. "Rio do Janeiro" April 12, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" June 9, 1892
For San Francisco.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fioni
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about thu following dates:
Stmr "Oceanic" March 5, 1892
Slmr. "Cily ol Poking" May 5, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
- Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, S35Q.
SS For f night and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2C7 tf ., Agents.
The undersigned having been nppointcu
sole agents Jor the Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From tho works of
Burham, Parry, Williams S Co.,
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive oi ders for these engines, of
sl?c and style.
Thu Baldwin Locomotivk Wokks
nru now inanufaLtuiing a style of Loco
motive piuttcuhuly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which havo recently been
lccelved at thecc Islands, and we will
havo pleasuio in furnishing plantation
agents and niaimgeis with particular
The supeilonty of these Locomotive?
over all other in ikes is not only known
heic but Is acknowledged throughout
tho United States.
Win. G. IRWI N & Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Pruotlnil Confectloiici, Pastiy Cook &
71 Hotel St. iM65r Telephone 74.
The Best Lurtoh in Town,
Tea and Ooffeo at 111 Hours
Tho Finest Hi amis of
A-lwuya on lland,
II. H. NOI.TK, Proprietor.
BEAra ,jl mm
Gtars, J&. Mki
Wm. G. Irwin $ Company,
OKI-HI KOU SAI.K
JLiiiuo c Cemeut,
PARAFl-oNE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sties.
BUCK & OHIiANDT'B
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fuirbank Canning Co.'a Corned
Beef, 1 ami 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Assots, $4,3 17,052.
Thames &. Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
New York Life Insuranoe Co.,
As'sots, $1 15,947,809.97.
General Agentfot Hawaiian Islands.
. C-. Mil & GO.,
Win. Q. Irwlu. . ..President ite Manager
Claus sprcckcK Vice-President
Walter M. Uilfard
Secretary & 'Treasurer
Theo. C. Poi tor Auditor
AGENTS OK TUB
Oceaaic uteaiaslilii Comj'y,
Ol Niiu KruudHru. Cul. !
CASTLE & COOKE, 1
Lite, Tire & Marine
Insurance Agents !
Hew England MuMI Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
OK SAN I'KANC'ISCO, OAUKOUNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
1.18 r of ofkickus:
J. O. Carter Presldeut & Manager
G. II. Hobcitbon... ......Tieasurur
E.F. Bishop , Secretary
W. F, Alien Audltoi
Hon. O. It. Bishop, S. O. Allen,
1'Al'JSU HANGING I
GIVE J. L Mkveu the Painter a call
aud havuyourPaper Hanging done
promptly aud neatly. 180 Fort btreot,
P. O. Box 387. Mutual Tolephouct
002. 160 U