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Iliillollllll. II. 1.
Attorney at Law
Merchant street, Honolulu. 1-01
J' ALFJRKD MAQOON,
.. Attorney at Law and Notary
l'uulic. Mo. 42 .Merchant street, Hono
HW. SOHMIDT & SONS,
Iiunotters & Commission Mer
chants. Fort&ticct, Honolulu.
HHACKFELD & Co ,
General Commission Agents.
Coiner Fort and Queen stieets, Hono
lulu, 11.-1. 1-01
1 W MACTARL.ANE & Go.,
VJ Importers ami Commission
"iONSALVES fc CO..
VA Wholesale Grocers and Wino
Beaver Ulook, Honolulu,
OHN T. WATEUHOUfciH:,
l) linpoiter and Dealer in General
Queeu struct, Honolulu,
WIL.DEU & CO.,
Dealers In Lumber, 1'alnts,
-Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
'of every kind. Corner Fort and Queeu
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
L ewers & Cooke,
Importers and Dealers lu Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Foit street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, I i H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, lioilcis,
Coolers; lion, Brass and Lead Castings;
' Machinery of every description made to
older. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksinlthing. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
J NO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. a ii: JN u
51 nh u li mi a. Kohuln. lluwuil.
WINNER & CO.,
92 Tort Street Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
It I mi; Hticet. IIiiiioIiiIu.
Kxeellent accommodation for patients.
Dll. A. It. IIOVVAT, V. S.
Olllce Houro 7:80 to 10 a. in,; 12s30
to 2 p. in.; 4:H0 to Op, in.
Tklki'iionks: Bell 9(1. Mutual 183.
J'. O. Box 32(1. 102tf
Corner Bethel & King Streets.
Will furnish estimates for ull kinds of
Frame Building. Manufacturers aud
dealers In Furnltuio, Tho lntest pat
terns imported from the Coast Mill
work done ami all kinds of Mouldings
made at the shortest notice,
taf Furniture Storo at No. 00 Nuu
auii street, oniio. Ah lice's. 302 I! in
About to be built at tho corner of Uero
tanla and Keeuumokii stiecU, eacii con-
talnliig Parlor, Dining-room, Hallway,
f-yr 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, l'nntry and Ilatli-
tQp-The pluiiH can be ei-en at my
( olllce, and any nlteiMtlous desliedbya
tcnunt will be made.
Australian Mail Sera!
fr'Olf MAS PEtAM'BNUU.
The New and Flue Al Uleol Steamship
Of the Ocoaulo Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland ou or about
April 7. 1092,
Aud will leave for the above port with
malls aud passengers ou or
about that date.
Hay- For jfrclght or passage,, having
si porlor accommodations, apply to
Wn Q. IK WIN & CO., I'd,
For Sydney aud Auckland !
The Now und Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for ,
the above ports.
C2T" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN &.CO.. L'd,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at l.almina, Munlucit Bay
and Makena the tame day ; Maliu
kona, Kawaihae aud Laupahoehoo the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday v. March 25
Tuesday April 5
Friday " 15
Tuesday " 2b'
Fiidny May b'
Humming leaves Hilo touching at
Laiipahoeliou same day; Kawaihae,
a. ji. ; IMaliukona, 12 noon; Makena,
G p. M.; Maalaca Bay, 8 P. m.; Lahu
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 6 a. m. Wednesdays
and Satin days.
AHH1VES AT HONOLULU.
Sutuulay April 2
Saturday " 2.'
Wednesday May 4
Saturday " 11
JBF" No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
iui, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
hulii. Returning will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
0F No Freight will be received
after 4 p. M. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive tliuir freight, as wo will not
hold ourselven responsible after such
freight lias been landed. While tho
Company will ubo duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
Bume any responsibility in case of tho
loss of samo.and will not bo reaponsiblo
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the euro of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAI'T. J. A. KING, Port Hupt.
JoAvelei Sc WuLelimiilcor.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
Khitf Street, Honolulu, II. I.
toy Puitlcular attention paid to ull
kinds of repairs. 1-91
C. B. RIPLEY,
Office: Room ft, Spreokels1 Block,
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs Modern Buildings
Complete plans and siiecillcutious for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and cuteful superintendence of
construction given whau requlied. Cull
and examine nlang, apr 39 ly
Wlirt SMii Gd.'s
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. REHGER.
W. II. IIOOUB.
HUSTACE & CO.,
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping"
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
ALSO BLACK & WHITE SAND
In quantities to suit at lowest pi ices.
&&" Officii:: Next door to ,Jus. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Ja Telephones t&" Bell 414
i i n
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
The Beat Lunoh in To.vi,
Tea and Coffeo at 111 Hours
The Fiuent ISraiidH of
A.lNVU,yH on JXunl.
CHA.S. T. GULJCK,
Notary Public for tho IUand of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
Agent to Urant .Marriage Licenses, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Freight & Parcels Expims.
Agents for the Burlington Houte.
Real Estate Broker & jjUJffi1
Bell Tele. :it8."aierMutual Telo. 180.
P.O. Box 415.
Cffir Okfiok: No.aSMerchantstreet.
Honolulu, Oahu, 11. I, jun 02
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates given on all kinds otBiIck,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. All
kinds of Jobbing in tho Building Ti ado
attended to, Keopsfor salo Brick, Llino,
Cement, Iron Stono Pipe and Fittings,
Old aud Now Corrugated Iron, Million
Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and
colors; California and Monterey Sand,
Granlto Curbing aud Blocks, Etc,
tleir Ofllce nud Yard : Cor. King and
Smith streets. Otllce Hours: 8 to 12
A. m., und 1 to 4 p. si,
Uir Telephones i Bell, J1&1; .Mutual,
417. Residence: Mutual, 410. P.O.
Box, 117 l!l ly
FOll SALE 1
illAVE Four Fine Residence bites,
situated ou lllkoi street, for salo,
Tho Lots havoftfiontago of 01 feet ou
PIikoitreet and lire 200 feet deep, are
nicely laid out In fruit aud shade trees
and are all covered with grass; water
laid ou throughout, The situation of
these Lots und tho limited number make
It necessary that Intending purchasers
should moke early implication to the
undersigned, from whom ull particulars
can be hud.
J AH. F. MORGAN.
ItarOUlco at Hotel Stab'es, Hotel
Btreet, Both Telephones 82. Residence:
Mutual Tel. 016, deo 10-01
SHE KNEW HE'D COME HOME.
Ili'itiurlit.lHc JHtory of Hi Itrlinii or
n Itunuwiiy .'.
Neslianic is a desolate Utile settle
ment in Now Jersey, thirty-live miles
from New York, tliirty-llvo miles
from Trenton, thirty-live miles from
Pertli Amboy, and ten tujlcs from
the nearest place that makes any
pretence to civilization. To get
there you must pass through n sort
of Slough of Despond which tries a
man's soul beyond endurance. All
of William Atuincrinan's children
were born here, and they nil liked the
place, except George. George was
the second, aud tho handsomest nud
tliu strongest; but, somehow or
other, lie couldn't buckle down to
Neslianic. lie had peculiar notions
about the size o( the world, and al
though his father used to drum into
his ears the saying, "There is no
place like home," George wanted to
make sure of it by seeing for himself.
All this wns in '70 or '77.
One hot August day fourteen years
ago, when the Hies were buzzing as
hard as they could and all nature
was droning iu a listless, monotonous
wn-, Mrs. Ammorman said to
"Here, lazybones! Take a pail
and pick some blackberries for tea."
George was then 14 years old, and
as chubby, lnzy, and freckle-faced a
boy as was to be found in the coun
ty, lie took hie battered straw hat
f ) oni the nail, seized a tin pail, aud
started to go out. He stopped for a
moment where the baby was playing
and stood there irresolute. Baby
Charles hadn't seen much of this
world then, and so did not know how
to take it when George swooped down
aud kissed it and pinched its cheek,
and then rushed out of the house.
Mrs. Ammerman did not know just
what to make of this unusual pio
cecding. She had watched it curi
ously over the rim of her spectacles
and marveled at it; but the picture
of George, with his straw hat on, his
brown legs bared, and his arms stick
ing out the elbows, she never forgot.
Baby Charles forgot the incident
George went across the field to a
patch of blackberry bushes, and soon
had his pail full. Then he stretched
himself at full length in the grass, on
hi9 face, and lay there thinking. lie
lay there until the sun went down,
and then got up and walked across
the fields to the railroad track, a half
a mile away. A coal train, westward
bound, lind drawn up for water.
George hid himself near it until the
whistle blow and the engine began to
puff, and then, when the train was
fairly in motion, he jumped up be
tween two cars and arranged himself
into U9 comfortable a posture as he
could. Tlie next day he was in Har
risburg. In the blackberry patch Mr. Ammer
man found George's pail, tilled with
berries, but there wasn't the slightest
trace of the boy himself. There was
a fruitless search, aud the anxious
weeks lengthened into years. Baby
Charles grew up to look just as
George did on tile day he went away
aud his mother idolized him. The
other children grow up. The boys
all became farmers, and the girl
became a wife and the mother of
another little George. William Am
merman became old and gray, and
his wife became a helpless invalid,
and clouds of trouble gathered.
The other afternoon (Jharles came
running into the house and said:
"Pa, there's a man in the barn who
wants to see you."
"Toll him to come in, boy; tell
him to come in."
"I did ask him, and he says lie
won't. lie wants to see you very
Ncshanic not being a great placo
for visitors, Mr. Ammetman went
out, wondering who it might be. At
the burn stood a tall, sunburnt young
man, with a long moustache, wear
ing a slouch hat and a blue flannel
shirt, lie held out his hand to Mr.
Ammormnu and said:
Mr. Ammerman was dumfounded
forn moment, aud then, to show his
appreciation of what he thought was
a joke, replied:
"Hello, sonny. What can 1 do for
"Don't you know me, dad? Have
you forgot little George who ran
For a moment the old man stared
blankly at his newly discovered off
spring und then :
"Well, bless my soul. You con
founded rascal, if it ain't George.
My dear boy 3011 you my I ain't
you big. And you never wrote
alive, alive, you, you "
lie was crying like a child,
"All right, daddy. I've como
back now to look out for you. I've
saved a little dust for you. Where's
ma? I want to see her."
"She's sick, Georgie. Sho's very
sick, and she may die any minute.
I I can't get used to It, my dear,
dear hoy. How handsome you are,
and won't your mother be surprised !
You -wait hero now till J call you."
Mr. Ammerman went into tho
house, stopped only to wipo his eyes,
which took him a longtime, and then
onto red his wife's room.
"Ma, what would you like to see
best in the whole, whole world?"
"George," was the prompt ans.
"He's here. Georgie, come inside.
Hey, you rascal, don't upset your
old father. There, there. Oli-h-h,
don't cry, ma. It nln't a ghost. It's
Geotge, sure enough. D-h-don't
take on so."
The parents und their sou had a
good, long cry, and then George sat
down near his mother's bed and took
"It's ti long story," he said, "and
I can't tell it all ut once. 1 got on n
coal train and stole a ride as far us
Harrisburg. I worked there doing
chores for two months, and earned
enough money to pay my way to Chi
cago. I worked a few days iu 11 brick
yard and then went to Iown. 1 was
in Iowa for two years working in
lumber yards, and! learned all about
the lumber trade and about timber.
After that I worked at lumbering all
through Montana and Colorado. In
1881 1 went to Washington Territory
and wns there three summers. Every
winter 1 went to California or Arizo
na. I was what they call a timber
cruiser. I went through the country
looking for good timber lands, aud
when I found them the people I
worked for bought them.
"I made lots of money during this
time, and saved nearly 85,000. 1
had a contrnct to f umisli 50,000 cords
of wood at S 1 a cord, and made S10,-
000 out of it. Then about seven
years ago I gave up lumbering and
went to Marysville, Mou., where the
silver mines arc. I hauled lumber
hero for a short time, but as soon as
1 got interested in the mines I drop
ped it altogether and went into min
ing. "And then, daddy, I got to specu
lating in mining stock. One day I
won, another 1 lost. At one time I
had $25,000, all my own money. But
I was a big fool, and invested it all
again and lost nearly all of it. After
seven years of this kind of life 1 got
tired of the whole thing and made
up my miud to come back to Neslian
ic. I scraped together all the money
I could and invested it and made
about 87,000 out of it. That's all
I've got in the world, daddy, but it's
yours, every cent of it.
"I always thought I'd make a mil
lion dollars some da', and then come
home and be elected Senator or some
thing like that. But I got a thinking
that money wasn't everything in this
world. I wasn't a bit happier w.hen
I had the 825,000 than on the day I
started. So I thought I'd come home
and here I am."
"To stay?" asked his mother.
"If you want me to."
"William," said Mrs. Ammerman
to her husband, with n proud look,
"I knew he'd come home aud I saved
the jam. Remember the blackberries
you left in the huckleberry patch,
Georgie" Well, they're here yet. 1
made them into jum and you'll have
them for tea."
Whereupon George kissed his
mother, and, as lie told it to the re
"That's all there iB about it, ex
cepting that the jam was good and I
was a fool."
"I have Just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally us bad as the first
but for the use of this remedy, as 1
had to go to bed in about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
the first ense I was aide to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
FOR SALE or LEASE
street presently occupied
by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, con
taining double lmrlois, four bedrooms,
dliilug-rnoin, bathroom, largo dining
room, kitchen and pantry; servant's
room, stabling, etc., on rear of main
building. Grounds, 800x105 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 11th August. Lot
adjoining UOOxlOS feet may be purchased
on reasonable terms,
K. I. LILLIE,
108 tl With Theo. II. Davles A Co.
Sausages ! Sausages !
FKKSII llologna, Liver Pudding,
Rlood I'uddlug, Head Clicesu,
Frunkfuit Suusuuc, Vienna Suusuge and
Fine Pork Suusuge always on huud and
delivered to order by
GEO. 1). HOHKAEDEK,
182 Fott street, two doors above tho
tar Mutual Tel. 710. 313 Hm
TMIE Regular Dance of tho series at
X At imi Hall will Uike place TO
MORROW . Siitmduy, Maich 10th, and
bo conliuui'd every Filday evening there
after. Iiih. actions from 7 to 8, dancing
from 6 to 11. New members admitted
to-morrow evening at 7,
l'ROK. U. J. OIIDWAY,
372 lu Instructor.
'IM1K annual pieetlng of the stock
I holdi h of the Inter-Island .Sleum
Navigation Co,, (L'd), will bo hold ut
tho otlliM nf the Company 011 MONDAY,
March 2-ill, ut 10 o'clock a. it.
JAS. L, MCLEAN,
372 8t ' Secretary.
l)!i04iifj ulu(1iliulill Oil, u
I.OC A I. LINK.
Ii nil . F.
March 22 March 21)
April 11) April 2(1
May 17 May 24
June 11 luue 21
July 12, 1 uly 19
Aug 9 Aug 1(5
Sept fl Sept 13
Ocf'l Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Fran
cisco. Mouowui April 7 Alameda
Alamcdii. . . .May 5 Mariposa
Manposa lune 2 Monowai
Mouowai .... June !10 Alameda
Alameda . . July 28 . ...Muriposi
Muripo.-u Aug 25 Monowai
Mouovrni Sept 22 Ahiuieda
Alameda Oct 20 ... .Mariposa
Miuipo.su ... Nov 17 ....Monowai
Pacific Mail Steisliip Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Stoumeis of the aboe Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above pons 011 or about the following
Stmr. "China" May 4, 1802
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2, 1892
For San Francisco.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
coll at Honolulu ou their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about tlie following dates:
Stur. "Chin" Juno 21, 1692
Slmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
Hound Tiip Tickets
auct return, sauu.
VST For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
267 tf Agents.
The undersigned having been appolntcu
sole ugunts for ths Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From the works of
Durham, Parry, Williams
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive 01 dcrs for thesu engines, of
size and ttyle.
Tho Baldwin Locomotive Wokks
are now manufaetiiiiug a stylo of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at theao Islands, and we will
have pleaBtiio iu furnishing plantation
agents ami managers with particulars
Tim superiority of these Locomotives
over ull other makes Is not only known
hero hut is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co., JL'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Island
J.W.WINTKII,lltllS. W U.WIMT.II, Ml)., !1S.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllce Hotel St., opp. Y. M. V. A.
joining the Honolulu Llhraiy,
lirutieh Olllce, : : : 20(1 he.irny U., S
A LL Dental operations skilfully per
x funned at Sun Francisco prices;
which are 80 percent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; and if nut as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no chargu
will he made. You need nut go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Our great
reduction lu prices the eltUens have de
manded, anil we will hiipply the demand.
vr. jiavi: com: to iikhai 1
SOT Call and gel prices and save your
money. u icturn our thuuks to the
citizens of Hawaii, Maul aud ICuual for
their llheiul natroiiage and solicit a con
tliiuaucu of the sauie.
7 A. it,
to 0 P. 11,
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
TF von have a lot, I will build you a
-i. iiuuoe, unci
iuintt-ii the money
cuy terms. J, I.. MKYKH.
130 Fort street.
Mutual Tel, 002; I O. llox 337.
Win. (i Irwin & Company,
OKFKll FOll BALK
iuie Jic Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'B
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHIiANBT'B
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure,
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornod
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Firo Insuranoo Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames &. Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
Now York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, $1 15,947,809.97.
General Agent for Hawaiian Islunda.
. &. Mil & CO.
Wui. G. Irwin I'resldont & Manager
Claus Spreekels Vice-President
W. M. Glffard.... Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Auditor
AOENTS OV TUB
Onic MnM Gomp'y,
Of Nuu KranclHro.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Fixe & Marine
Insurance Agents !
M England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Go. of Hartford,
Or SAN PIIANOISOO, CALIFORNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
list ok omoKiia:
J. O. Carter... .... I'resldont & Manager
Q. II. Robertson Treasurer
K. F. Uishop Secretary
Y. F. Allou Audltoi
Hon. O. It. Uishop, S. O. Alleu,
Messrs. King Bros, aro
Hhowing a lino lino of Bam
boo and othor stylo Parlor
EushIb, "Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
to moot tho tlmou.