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Attorney at Law and Notary
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S' ALFRED MAGOON,
tf Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. No. 42 Merchant street, Hono
RW. SOHMIDT Ss SONS,
luipoiteis & Commission Mor
uliants. Koit street, Honolulu. 1-01
HHAOKlfELD & CO ,
Geuuial Commission Agents.
Comer Fort and Queen streets. Hono
Queen streets, Hono.
lulu, II. L
Gt W. MAOFARLANE & Co.,
Iinportcis and Commission
Merclniuts. Queen stieet, Honolulu,
H. I. 1-01
f. ONSALVES & CO.,
J Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Heaver Block, Honolulu,
H- I. 1-01
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Impoiter and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queeu street, Honolulu,
WILDER Si CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nail, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. l-oi
L EWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers In Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Foit street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, i i II. I,
titeaui Engines, Sugar Mills, Boileis,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machineiy of every description made to
order. Paitlcular attention paid to
Ship's Blaeksmithing. .lob Work ex
ecuted at short notice. t-l
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A G lfl IV ML'.
JIiihuLoiin. KkIii.Iii, lliiwnll,
WINNER & CO.,
92 Fort Streot, Honolulu
H. W. SOHMIDT ic SONS,
AgouU for tho Hawaiian Islands.
" Olllce ut Hotel Stnb'ea, Hotel
stieet. Both Telephones 3ii. Kesldcuco:
Mutual Tel. 010. duo 10-01
King Ktiuut, llunoliilii.
JCxcellcnt nccoiiynodatiou for putieuts.
DU. A. K. ItOVVAT, V. S.
Ollieo Houis 7:110 to 10 a. m. i liiiUO
to a p. in. ; -1 :!I0 to 0 p. ui.
Telephones; Bell 0(1. Mutual 183.
I'. O, Box 32(1. 102tf
About to l)o built ut the comer of Ucie
taula nnd ICecauinoKu sheets, each cqn
talnliig Pmlor, Dlulng-ioom, Hullway,
4 Bedioonis, Kitchen, Piintiy and Bath
room. 868 The plans can bo been ut my
otlico, mid any alterations deliodbya
temint will be made.
238 O. J, -MoOARTHY,
Wlien you want u Portrait
Enlarged call on King Bros,,
get their price list and nee
sumples. They can't ue beat.
Australian Mail Service!
Tho Now and Flue Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceauto Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
mulls and passengers ou or
. about that dato.
v . ' , .
tcJ- For freight or ' pussuge, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IKWTN & CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New aud Flno Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco ou or about
And will have prompt dispatch with
mulls aud passengers for
the above poits.
C2T For f i eight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
tier's SteamsIilD Co.'s
Will lcuvo Honolulu at 2 o'clock r. m
touching at Lahaina, Mnulucu Bay
and Mukeim tho same day; Mahu
konu, JCawaihae and Laupulioehoo the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday April 5
Friday May G
Returning leaves Ililo touching at
Laupulioehoo same day; Kawaihao,
A. m. ; Aluhulcona, 12 noon ; Makena,
(5 P. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 p. si. ; Laha
ina, 10 P. m. tho following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednesdays
AHUIVES AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Apiil 13
Saturday " 23
Wednesday May 4
gjS No Freight will bo icceived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. si,, touching at Kuhu
lui, lluelo, liana, Hamoa and ICipa
liulu. Returning willairivoat Hono
lulu ovory Sunday niorniug.
gjT No Freight will bo received
aftor ! p. si. on day of sailing.
Consignees niiiat be at tho landings
to receive their freight, us wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight lias been landed. Wliilo tho
Com puny will ubo duo diligence in
handling livo stock, wo, decline to as
sume any responsibility in case of the
loss of sumo, and will not be responsible
for inonoy or jewelry unless placed in
tho euro of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. IJ. UOSK, Seerotury.
OAPT. J. A. KINO, Port Bunt.
rTcrvveloi' & AVutoIiiiiuUor.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Streot, Honolulu, II. I.
J6T Paitlcular attention paid to all
kinds of repairs. 1.91
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oi kick : Boom 5, Spreckeis' Block.
Mutual Telephouo 208.
New Designs I Modern Buildiugs I
Complete plans uud speeitlcatlone for
every des.cilptioii of bulldiug. Contiacts
druwu ami eaieful supeilutendouco of
construction given wheu lequlred. Call
nnd examine nlans. upr 20 ly
Al OPPOpiTY !
At the request of it
number of our patrons,
wu have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in OU Painting- and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel -
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
' tiresome course usually
tidopted by instructors.
For further particulars
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and oilers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
u rustic goods- U'fTTofiurcif to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE lYlolNERNY BUILDING,
Bring us in a couple of
pounds of tboso delicious
Breakfast Sausages !
This is what folks sing out
when they see the Central
Market au-ago Wagon
going past their gute. If
you mUs the wagon tele
phono to the Market and
you will bo promptly at
tended to. Headcheese,
Bologna Sausages aud all
kinds of meat always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JA3, H, LOVE, Proprietor.
ELECTION of OEWJLGEieS.
AT tho minimi meeting of the Stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, L'd, held this day,
the loliowing Ollicers and Dheotors
were elected tor tho ensuing year:
W. B.Godfrey Piesldour,
L Kim Vice-Pi evident,
J. L. McLean Tieasuier,
W. II. McLean ...Secietury,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
W. U. Godfrey, J. Enu, G. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, F. A. Sclwefer.
W. II. MoLEAN,
Honolulu, March US, 1802. 3S0 lw
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Kstluintos given ou nil kludn of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. All
kinds of Jobbing in tho Bulldiug Trade
attended to. Keeps for sale Blink, Lime,
Cement, Iron Stono Pipo and Fittings,
Old and New Conugatcd Iron, Million
Tiles, Quuny Tiles, as&orteil bles and
colors; 'California and Monterey Suud,
Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc.
tar Olllce and Yaid : Cor. King aud
Smith stieets. Olllce Hours: 8 to 12
A. M., and 1 to 4 p. 31.
ar Telephones 1 Bell, 3lils Mutual,
417. Residence 1 Mutual, -110, P.O.
Box, 117 120 1y
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOLESALE and retail, cheap for
cash, ut 101 Foit street, between
Elders dry goods storo and Frank
Gertz's shoo store.
853 tf T, TANNATT.
For- Moulding, Frames,
Pastels, Artotypos, Photo
gravures, Etchings and
everything hi the line of
pictures, go to King Bros,,
I., SATURDAY EVENING, APRLL 2, 1892.
WORE TALK THAN LOBBY
WALTER VELLMAN blSCUSSES AN
In IIli Opinion (lie "TIiImI House" Is Hit
cimilnt; nf ,pm Itnportuncii livery Your.
Tiio llaji of Sum Wnrd Aro Oono For
ever Mr. Colo ami Ilnr Dnuuhlcr.
WASttt.NOTOK, March CO. There was
mucli talk dining tiio leconfc congress of
the presence of u lobby. There Is ulwnys
talk of a lobby in Washington more
tullt than lobby in ninety-nino cases out
of a bundled. My.-obssrvutiou is that
tho recc-nt congress win no more under
the inlltiencuof lobbylsti thun other con
gresses have been ill fact, It is pretty,
certain that tho "third lionso" is becom
ing less and less important and powerful
at tho national capital.
TUG 5IAJ.G I.ODDYIST IN HIS FAVOEITK
Unless the historians pf decades gone
b-, and tho traditions fthat have come
down to us from thoso periods, aro all at
fault tho time was not 'so very remote
when corruption stalked rampant
through the halls of congress, statesmen
stuffed their pockets with bribes'in the
shnpo ot currency or stock certificates,
und women fair nnd fickle reigned liko
queens in tho galleries of tho national
legislature ov in their own sequestered
bowers. It was just after tho .war, ac
cording to all accounts, that tho busi
ness of lobbying best tlA-ived.
It was theiu that Sam Ward reigned
as king of tho lobby. His business, his
influence, his capabilities wero as well
recognized in Washington as the func
tions of tho lawyer or undertaker in an
interior vi.llagu. If yAf.' wanted a will
drawn in Smithvillo you went to "Squiro
Jones, and if you wanted lobbying dono
in Washington you called on Sam Ward.
The king of tho lobby was a gentleman,
11 born entertainer, a celebrated bon
vivant, 11 piinco of hosts, but in addition
to .these qualities and graces ho had
brains, was tho intellectual peer of any
man in public life, und though there was
no Keciet about bis, profession or his
trade, whatever you call it, bomp of tbo
ublest and most influential men of his
time wero proud to call him their friend.
To till outward appearances Ward
lifted lobbying up to a gentleman's level,
mado it a social lield, in which swallow
tail coats, terrapin, wine, flowers, per
lume, wit, jest, song and story were
chief weapons; but it is also whispered
that underneath all this darker, moro
sinister influences wero at work, that
reputations wio ruined and others held
suspended lit tho will of tho shrewd opera
tor. Now, it seems ouco in a lifetime only
that a public man is involved in lobby
scandal ut Washington. It cannot bo bo
caiihe men aro smarter or moro cautious
today than they wero 11 quarter of a
century ago; it must bo becauso they
aro moro honest, becauso modern lobby
ing is on 11 much higher level than Sam
Ward hud it. Modern lobbying is a
sort of attornoy'ri trado. It is almost as
respectable as tho law. Just as lawyora
practice before tho courts, lobbyists pruc
tico befoio congress. They tuko foes,
generally contingent, und they work
hard to win their cases; but they rarely
bribe tho juryor employ any becret or
disreputable means. Thoy do not even
take tho jury out to dinner and wine
und dine the officers of tho court and
their friends, ua Sam Ward did.
TIIU WOMEN I.OIIUYIST8' COBNKR.
In fact nine-tenths of the no called
lobbying of this day is respectable nnd
legitimate. There certainly is no offense
against morality or tho law in going be
fore a committee of the house or senato
to make argument for or against any
proposed lcglblatiou, Everything de
pends upon tho methods employed. A
large majority of tho men who make a
business of watching legislation for
clients aro lawyers of good standing,
many of them ojc-senators or represen
tatives. Under the rules of tho two
houses of congress ex-senators have tho
right to go upon the ftoor of tho senato
und ex-ropresentatlves upon tho floor of
the house in case thoy aro not interested
in pending legislation, In justice to the
uiuny men who havo retired from con.
greas to pructico law in Washington,
und who uro genorully classed us lobby.
ifits, it should bo Euid these rules are
Of course lobbying is golug ou all th
f' l v tj.
1 yhnl ' rfS
while. Tho point 1 make for tho credit of
tho American pooplo for what is Wash
ington but tho national lifo aud morals fo
cussed and mirrored? is that it is for tho
most part respectable lobbying. Evi
dence of tho progress that has boen
mado is to bo found in tlto fact that the
cry of "n lobby" no longer frightens
any one. During the recent congress n
number of important measured for
which it was well known a lobby was at
work wero taken up and passed. Tho
legislative mind even that frohi tho
backwoods has moved up n few pegs,
and is now ublo to see that a measure
which somo one wants passed, and is
willing to hlro lawyers to get passed,
need not necessarily bu a bad measure.
Tho modern lobbyist depends for tho
mast part entirely upon intellectual in
fluences. He is not mistaken in assum
ing that iv majority of public men nro
filucero and painstaking; that they want
to know tho right and tho "truth. It is
his duty and, if ho have a good case, his
pleasure to enlighten them, to convince
them, to win their confidence and enlist
their sympathy. If hiscaso is not a good
one ho will do well not to work 011 a con
tingent fee, for there is uo more critical
court, none moro difficult to please, none
with keeuer viaion for fraud or deceit
than tho Argus eyed congress.
How does the lobbyist work? He goes
nt his task just as you or I would if wo
had n bill wo wanted passed. Ho tirst
approaches the members of tho com
mittee having tho bill in charge. If ho
can cany the committee with him, half
his battle will bo won. This dono ho
must arrange a plan of campaign for
gottiug the bill up and on its passage,
for allaying opposition, for success in
tho other house, for management of the
committeo of conference, etc. Often
you will seo the lobbyist tho legisla
tive attorney would bo a fairer term
'standing his man tip in 0110 of tho al
coves of tiio congressional corridor wliilo
pouring upon him a fusillade of argu
ment and fact. Hero and thero is a lob
byist whose stock in trado is tho becret
lives of publio men. One such is in my
mind's eyo a silent, sinister, cat eyed
man, who has spies in brothels nnd who
keeps coacluneu under pay. Even this
vilo creature lias caught tho spirit of tho
timos and "handles" men by honest
methods when ho can.
Women lobbyists? They nro few and
far between. Tho imaginative observer
about tho Capitol will tell you that
Speaker Reed moved the ladies' reception
room from its old qunrters nest tho ways
MK3. COLG AND HER PRETTY DAOOIITCll.
and means committee to "a corner of
statuary hall, becauso in tho former placo
a dark corridor inclosed for the pur
poso tho female lobbyists wero so thick
and bold as to bring bcandal upon con
gress. But this is not true. Women of
nil sorts congregated in the old room, as
tliey do now when congress is in sessiou,
in statuary hall, it is true, but they are
not lobbyists. They aro women of all
borts innocent young gills, mature ma
trons, coquettes, designing dowagers,
congressmen's wives, daughters, friends,
sweethearts. A majority of them are
poor creatures with claims on other poor
creatures, looking for congressional help
in tneir search for government situa
tions. Probably thero uro not moro than
two or three professional women lobby
ists in town women who sell their serv
ices to whoever will buy. Tiio woman
as u lobbyist is a failure in Washington
in this day and generation. Tho states
man of today is too worldly, "too ily,"
the female lobbyist herself would say, to
be caught in her meshes.
There nro plenty of women who lobby,
but for measnre.s in which they uro per
sonally interested, not as hired agents.
Tiio most noted female lobbyist of the
into congress was Mrs. Panmo King
Cole, daughter of ex-Postmaster General
Horatio King and widow of a naval offi
cer, who in tho last day of tho wiasion
succeeded in having passed her cele
brated bay window relief bill, Mrs.
Cole, acting under a permit issued by
the proper authorities, orectcd in this
city a dwelling house which, when about
completed, was discovered to project
some ten or twelve feot beyond her
ground and upon thut owned by tho
government. Wealthy and aribtocratio
residents of the neighborhood claimed
the projecting part of tho house shut off
their view, uud applied to tho courts to
have it torn down, Mrs. Cole askod con
gress to legalize tho permit under which
she hud operated, For mouths she
haunted tho halls of congress.
Accompanied alwuys by her exceed
ingly pretty daughter, she noon became
one of the most familiar ligures about the
Capitol. From nine in tho morning till
near midnight she was constantly on the
move, during tho day at tbo houso or
souuto, aii'l in tho evening ut tho resi
dences of congressmen, As tho session
drow towunl 11 close Mrs. Colo became
more nervous. Tho hibt two or three
days found her wrought up to a paiuful
pitch. Night and day sho was in the
corridors or the committee room or the
galleries, the faithful daughter by her
side. At the Inst minute site won hei
cuso, nnd she is again a happy womuii,
Had she lost it her friends think she
would hnu gone crazy.
So, you teo lobbying and lobbyists nt
Washington are not us bad us they nr
soraetinifci, painted. . .
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from S. F. for S. F.
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May 17 May 21
Juno 11 .luno 21
July 12 July 10
Aug 0 Aug 10
Oct-1 . Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San Sail for San Fran-
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Alameda . .May 5 .Mariposa
Mariposa. . .Juno 2 Monowai
Monowai . . Juno 30 Alameda
Aliimeda .. July 28 ....Mariposa
Mariposa. . . . Aug 25 Monowai
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
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Miuiposa . . .Nov 17 Monowai
Faciflc Mail stcamsMD o.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Stcameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu 011 their way to tho
above ports ou or about the following
Slmr. "China" May 4, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2, 1092
For San Francisco.
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call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
jiort on or about the following dates:
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Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
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their liberal patronage and solicit u con
tinuance of the same.
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Qi-.o, Upwards, .Master,
Will sail for thu above ports on
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THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,,
307 lin A genu.
Sausages ! Sausages !
I7KGSII Holognu, Lier Pudding,
T Ulood Pudding, Head Cheeu,
Fiuukfiiit Sausage, Vienna Suueugo and
Fine Pork Sausuge ulwuys ou baud and
dellveied to 01 derby
GEO. D. SOIJKAKDUIt,
132 Foi t street, two doors above tho
CW- AlutualTcl. 710. 343 3m
,1 K.K. O. BAKNFIKLD hplda p.iisbcij
iTx In Diuwlnjr nnd Painting at hU
studio, Hotel Btreet, buck of Dm. Auder
iou & Lundy, 3U tf
10 Ocnth urn untiru
Will, G. Irwin & Company,
OKFKU FOR. 8ALE
JLiiun2 &c Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Foit Steam Pipe Covering, all sties.
B0OK & OIlliA.NiiT'ti
High Grade Chemical Cane tiauiiro.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire lnsuranoo Co.,
Assets, S6,2 1 9,458.98.
London &. Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
Assets, $4,317,052. ,
Thamos &. Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 124,057.
Now York Lifo Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. &. IRW & CO.,
Win. G. Irwin. ...President A; Manager
CIuub Spreekels Vlce-Presldeut
W. IX. Glffard.... Secretary & Treasurer
Thoo. O. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OK THE
Oceanic etui ConiD'y,
Of Nun I'lanrlHco. Cnl.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Llle, Firo & Marino
insurance Agents !
New England Mutual Lire ins. Co.,
tna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OP 8AN FUANOI8CO, OALIFOHNIA.
C.BREWER & CO..
list of omcuus:
J. O. Carter President & Munager
G. II. Robertson,.... Treasurer
E. P. Bishop. .....Secretary
W. P. Allen....... Audltoi
Hon. O. R. SUhop, S. O. Allen,
MenHi-8. King- IJioh. are
showing a fluo lino of Bam
boo ami otlior stylo Parlor
JUnsols, AVall Braukots ami
Window Cornices at prioea
to meet the times.