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Vol. 11L. .No. 387.
HONOLULU, II. 1., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1892.
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I M. MONSARIiAT,
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Attorney at Law ami Notary
l'ublic. No. 4'2 Merchant street, Hono
j i w. Sohmidt & Sons,
A JL Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, tlouolulu.
UHAOKFELD & GO ,
General Commission Agents.
Uoruer Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, 11. I: 1-01
.1 W. Mackarlane & Co.,
VJT. Inipoiters and Commission
Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-01
GJ.ONSALVES & CO.,
X Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. Beaver lilock, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-01
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Impoiter and Dealer hi General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers In Lumber, Paints,
Ods, Nails, Salt and Ilulldiuj; Materials
of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
L ewers & Cooke,
Importers aud Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Kort street, Honolulu. 1-01
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, i I H. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass aud Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blaeksmithlng. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-01
J&O. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
.lliiliiil.niia. Itoliuln, Hawaii,
WEMER & CO.,
lim porting Jewelers.
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Aids Assurance Cup,
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
W. T. M0NSARRAT,
lerOlllce ut Hotel Stables, Hotel
sheet. Both Telephones 32. Residence:
Mutual Tel. filli. due 10-01
liluir Ntioct. Honolulu.
Excellent accommodation for paticuU.
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to 2 p. ni.; 4:30 to G p. m.
Tklkimionks: Bell 00. Mutual 183.
1 O. Box 82(1. IHBif
TO LET S
About to bu built at the corner of Bero
tauia and KccaumoUi stieeU, each con
taining I'n rl or, Dlulng-rooin, Hallway,
4 Bediooms, Kitchen, i'autry uud Bath
room. The plniiH eau be seen at my
olllce, and any alterations desired by a
tenant will be made.
208 tf U. J. McOAKTIIY.
When you want, a Portrait
Enlarged call on King UroH,,
gt their price liHt anil nee
baniploB. They can't be beat.
Australian Mail Service!
J'OSS WAN FKANUIMM.
The New aud Fine Al Steel Sleamshli)
Of the Oeeaulo Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will leavo for the above port with
mails and passengers on or
about that date.
43?" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO., Id,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tlte Oceanic Steamsliip Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 7, 1892,
Aud will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
CS1" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm 'G. mwiH & CO.. I'd,
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Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock i m.,
touching at l,aliaiua, Maahieu Bay
and Makenu the same day; iMahu
kona, Knwaihaeand Laupahoehoo tlio
following day, arriving at Jlilo at
Fiidaj . .
Returning leaves llilo touching at
Laupahoehoo sanio day; JCawaihae,
a. m. ; Maliukona, 12 noon; Makunu,
(i P. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 1. m. ; Lalia
inu, 10 i'. m. the following day; unty
ing at Honolulu G A. m. Wednosdays
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Wednesday April 13
Saturday " 211
Wednesday May -1
Saturday " M
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utter 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at K11I111
lui, ILuolo, Ilium, Iluniou and Kipa
liulii. Keturning willnrrivo at Hono
lulu very Sunday morning.
gj& No Freight will be received
after 4 v. m. on tiny of Bailing.
Consignees must bo at tlio landings
to receive their freight, us wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after uuoh
freight lias been landed. While tho
Company will tibo duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in eiibo of tlio
loss of sanio, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the euro of 1'ursors.
W. O. WlliDEK, President.
S. B. BOSK, Seeiolary.
CA1T. J. A. KINO, l'ort Sunt.
.r-Vslf cSi Will c;lnniiIioi
KUKUI JEWELKY a SPECIALTY,
King Street, Honoluiu, H. I.
t&f" Particular attention paid to all
kinds of icpalib. l-oi
C. B. RiPLEY.
Okfici:: Room fi, Spieckels' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs I Modern Buildings
Complete plaiib and specltlcatlons for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and euieful superintendence of
construction given when icquired. Call
uud exuinlne iiluiii. upr20 1y
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
wo have eoneluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. AV. Y. Itow,
;is a praetiejil instructor
in Oil Painting and AVa
tcr 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 tho
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make n 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
artistic goods are offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Bring us in a couple of
pounds of those delicious
Breakfast Sausages !
This is what folks slug out
when they see the Central
jMnrliot Sausajjo Wagon
going past their gate. If
you miss the wagon tele
phone to the Market aud
you will bo promptly iit
. tended to. Headcheese,
Bologna Sausages and all
Mini.-, of meat always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAS. H. LOVE, Proprietor.
FOIt SALE I
JHAVK I-our Flue Kualdcneo "Sites,
situated on 1 llkoi street, for sale.
The hots have a f 1 outage of 1)1 feet on
l'ilkol street and lire 200 feet deep, aro
nicely luhl out in fruit and shade trees
aud aro all covered with graes; water
laid 011 throughout. The situation of
tlicv-u Lots and the limited number make
It necessary that intending purchaser
should iiuike early application to tho
undersigned, from whom all particulars
can bu had. JAS. F. MOJtQAN.
K. 1$. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
I Estimates given on all kinds of Bilck,
! Iron, Stone and Wooden BulldluuK. All
kinds of Jobbing In the Building Trade
attended to Keeps for sale Brick. I.iiue,
Cement," Iron Stone l'lpu and Fittings,
Old aud New Curiiigated Iron, Minion
Tiles, Qiuiriy Tiles, ussorted sizes and
colors; California ami Monterey Hand,
Granite Ciiibltig and Blocks, Ktu.
UST Olllce aud Yard : Cor. King aud
Smith streets. Ottlce Hours: 8 to 12
A. si., uud 1 to 1 !. M.
U" Telephones: UelL8fil; Mutual,
117. Itcbldciico: Mutual, 410. I. O.
Box, 117. 120 ly
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOUCSALK and retail, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort stieet, between
Killers' dry goods &toru aud Frank
Gertz's shoe stoic.
Soa If T. TANNATT.
For Mouldings, FraineH,
Pastels, ArtotynoH, Photo
gnivureM, Etchings and
, everything HI the lillO ol
. ,,,i ., irtt jk ifii,. ,'nu
! " H' B "'B "1
I Jlotol Street
MR. VAUX AND
Iwrntyflvn ClBijrB n liny (tcncrnl Itnnkn
iiiul Ills l'nrvwell tn AVaflhltjgton Son
iitnr Siiujor'n 810,000 Tor Clinrlly mid
Illft Imlttor KxerUe.
Wasiiinqton, March 19. Two pictur
esque old men who left public lifo at tho
end of tho lost congress, probably never
to return to it, were General Banks, of
Massachusetts, and Mr. Vmuc, of Phila
delphia. Not for many years have two
more notable old men been seen in con
gress together. Both' were great pedes
trians, fond of rambling about the city
nt nil hours. I have come across them,
first ono and then the otlier, early in tho
morning and late nt night. Each walked
alone, being solitary in his habits. They
were not companions; in fact neither of
them had any chums, though both wero
liked and respected by nil their asso
ciates. Not long after sunrise ono morning I
was passing through Lafayette park,
wliich is tho open square in front of the
White House, soon to contain the French
monument to General Lafayette, as well
as the famous equestrian statue of Gen
eral Andrew Jackson, wlton in front of
tho. big bronze horse a queer fignro
caught my eye? It was old Mr. Vnux,
his ancient and battered hat in ono hand,
a smoking cigar in tho other, his ample
gray locks floating in the wind, and
bowing solemnly and respectfully toward
tho metal Jackson towering above him.
I did not understand Ids pantomime, aud
had forgotten it till oiio day in conversa
tion with a group of congressmen Mr.
Vaux's name was mentioned, and I nar
rated tho incident at the Jackson statue.
"That it nothing new to me," said
lteoreseutativo Mausur, of Missouri.
"Mr. Vaur and I aro very good friends,
aud he tells me that since he has been in
Washington he has not missed one morn
ing, rain or shine, snow or sleet, walking
from his hotel to the ipark before break
fast, pausing before the Jackson stutuu
and lifting his hat and solemnly bowing
to "Old Hickory." You have probably
noticed that the old gentleman smokes
great deal. Ho is tho greatest smoker I
ever knew, and the fact that he has
lived to such a ripe old ago while filling
his Bkin every day with the poison of
nicotine is a jKHer which tho anti-tobacconist
will find it difficult to meet. Mr.
Vaux tells me that he smokes three ci
gars before breakfast, iiVe or six between
breakfast and luncheon, seven or eight
before dinner and from five to ten before
going to bed. His average consumption
is twenty-fivo cigars a day, aud strong,
imported cigars they aro too. It is a
wonder to me that he is alive, yet ho liaa
been smoking like that for many years,
aud is a pretty lively old man still."
It was almost pathetic during the last
few days of congress to see old General
Banks making the rounds of the Capitol.
Ho knew he was to retire, never to re
turn, at noon of March 4, and ho wanted
to say goodby to all his friends aud take
a parting look at all tho old familiar
Bcenei, many of which ho had first be
come acquainted with a lifetime ago.
So he went into many of tho offices and
committee rooms where his friends used
to be, and bade them a tender farewell.
In many cases the desks at wliich the
eld general's friends used to work aro
now occupied by men who are strangers
to him. but this did not seem to make
any difference with the veteran publicist.
His memory for localities, always keen
in a pedestrian, is much stronger than
his memory for faces and names, and the
result was that General Banks wrung
tho hands of men whom he had never
seen before. Often in walking through
the main corridors of the Capitol he
would fancy persona were speaking to
him, and stop and shake them wannly
by tlio hand, aud say goodby aud "God
bless you." Somo of the astonished
btraugers looked at tlio white haired gen
eral as if they thought 1dm insane, not
knowing his weakness in identification
of faces casually mot, and hio warm
hearted desire to say farewell to every
ono ho had known.
Another interesting old man who will
retire from public life two years henco
is Senator Sawyer. Ho is tho most pop
ular man in tho senate, and the ono to
whom all subscription papers for chari
table purposes are first taken. The old
senator has a business man's liabit of
keeping careful account of Ids receipts
und expenditures. Iu his little memo
randum book is jotted down ovory item
of income or outgo, oven to tho cost of
his lunchons, cigars and newspapers.
In running o"veV! these a few weeks ago,
for tho puriwfto hf balancing his accounts
for tho year lbuu, aeuator oawyer uis
covered a discrepancy of Bomotliiug like
$10,000, But he was not alarmed.
"I know just wliat tlmt is," lie Bnid;
"ono class of expenditures of which I
keep no account In my book is uliority.
That is not business, and therefore I do
not treat it In a business way. It sim
ply goes, aud there is no use of having a
record of it, as it is neither profit nor
loss. At tho end of the year I figure up,
and tho difference botwoon what I have
on hand aud what 1 ought to luive is
wliat 1 have given away, Bless iny aonll
I fear I don't give lxalf enough."
It is easy to imagine that a kindly,
good humored, affectionate old man who
gives away $10,000 a year, uud is afraid
he ought to give more, does not lack for
popularity among his associates. It is
this same old man who can put more
bills through tho senate thau any other
member of the body. His record on
private bills ionsioii bills, etc. worthy
cases all, you may be sure has uover
been equaled, No ono objects to Saw
yer's, bills, no one willingly puts any
obstacles iu his wuyj ovory ono is wiUing
to help him and "pull for" the' things in
which ho is interested. So it happont
that tho saying about the senate chatu
ber is, "Oh, hike it to Senator Sawyer,
It jt is u good tldug he'll toko hold uf i,
aud if ho can't put it through there's no
use of liny ono else trying.''
Sonntor Sawyer is oven more interest
ing iu his home, a beautifnl and exten
sive chateau on Connecticut aveuuo, than
ho is in tho senate chamber. Just now,
as tho nowsp.ipcrsliavunlrcady informed
us, ho is very proud bccivuso of his sue?
cess in reducing Ids weight someUiing
like eighty pounds in six months. It is
as good as a circus to see tho souator in
tho library of his house. It is a largo
aiuirtment, probably forty feet long, and
the lloor is covered with tho richwit of
oriental rugs. Across this floor and bock
tho senator has n regular pathway on
which ho takes Ids daily exercise. Ho
doesn't know how many laps there are
to lho mile, nor care, for Ids race is not
against time, but flesh. Ho walks nt n
rapid pace, however, steaming aud pant
ing, to aud fro, pulling and blowing, and
once in a while stopping to weigh him
self on tho platform scales which he
keeps in his library for that purpose.
Nothing pleases tlio old senator bolter
than to have company in Ids indoor
pedestrian feats. His friends, eager to
pleaso him, take him by the hand and
stride backward and forward with him
till the senator is quite out of breath
from running aud laughing.
Next to Sawyer, I suppose Mr. Jones,
of Nevada, is the most popular man iu
the senate. Ho is a wit, a story teller, a
bon vivant, a "good fellow." Ho is a
man who believes, as Senator Wolcott
said in his Bpeech on tho copyright bill,
in "high living and good thinking."
Jones has small, tvrfnkliisg oyes and a
skin as pink and soft as a school girl's.
It is a skin wliich makes one tliink of
hogsheads of good wiuo aud a succession
of good dinners. Yet Senator Jones is
almost a teetotaler. "I havo no scruples
against drinking," he says, "but I be
lieve It is i. rational. It interferes with
one's capacity for enjoyment of better
things. If I permitted myself to drink
of common wino or liquors every day 1
could not appreciate tho best product of
the vine on tho rare occasions when 1
get u chance ut it. I do not often drink.
When I do drink I want only a little,
very nice, served in tne right way uud at
tho right time."
The senator is an authority on all mat
ters gastronomic, and probably could, in
au off hand way, without stopping to
think much or consulting a caterer,
order tho "swellesf dinner ever seen in
Washington. Yet, in pursuauce of his
principle of living rationally, his daily
food is very simple. A few days before
congress adjourned his churn, Senator
Farwoll, said to him: "Jones, TO go
down to tho restaurant and pay for
the dinner if you will order it. Now,
this is a goodby dinner, aud 1 want you
to uinko it something unusually nice."
Senator Jones knew that Farwell
wouldn't liave cared if tho biU had
been twenty or tldrty dollars, but
this is the dinner which tlio famous
epicure ordered: Bine points, clam chow
der, lettuce salad, breast of chicken
and jieas, a jiot of tea. Tho check for
this dinner for tlio two millionaire sena
tors, which Jouos pronounced "wholly
rational," was $2. 10.
Cluti'leH Uiuia Glhtiou, Artist.
Nkw Youk, March ID. Twenty-two,
smooth faced and famous. That mea
gerly describes Charles Dana Gibson,
tho artist whose w.ork has become fiunil
iar to every reader of higli class illus
trated American periodicals, nis weekly
cartoons in Life; his clover aud charac
teristic pictures for Mrs. Burnett Harri
son's novel, "The Auglomaniacs," which
recently appeared in Tho Century, and
tho dozens of other pictures from his pen
which have been given to tho public dur
ing tho last two or three years havo es
tablished his reputation and made his
work eagerly looked for.
Gibson is a tall, jolly young fellow,
with a strong faco aud pleasing voice.
His working quarters on Broadway con
sist of two rooms, with walls literally
hidden by pictures donated by brother
artists, interspersed with somo of his
own. Ono of these was printed in Life,
und is a cartoon
satirizing the cur
rent craze for
"infant p r o d i
gies." "1 did that
ing," he suid,as ho
held it up. "I've
been one myself
and know how it
is," Ho is a rapid
catches more of
tho real Bpirit of,
modern society in
his pictures than
any of tlio many
artists who have
tried it Therein
always an air of
gentility and case
men and women,
CUAJUJSS DANA OIUSON,
Doubtless one reason for this is tho fact
tlmt they are all drawn from life. He
never wakes fancy sketches. Iir tlte big
wardrobes opening from his studio are
enough handsome dresses to make tho
average society girl sigh with envy and
revile fate when she thinks that they will
hang in tlipse wardrobes until Uio linger
of time has huttenod .their flounces and'
dissipated their style. They are dis
turbed only when for a few boars Gib
son draws frompno of them the inspira
tion for a society maid or matron.
Besides tho careful study which Gib
son gives to mude-to-order fashionables
in his studio, ho spends a good deal of
timo oinoiir; the realities, But he is
most iu his i lemout with tlio circle of
brilliant professional people wldcli Is al
ways glad to welcome such a meritorious
youngster as QiUioii to its fold, and it "in
often poesfblo to see a portrait of some
well known artist or writer, cleverly
fitted with a bared society smile, gazing
from the center of one of his pictures.
IUcIiard Hurdlng Davis, tho bright
youug man who has recently taken tho
short fictio't world by storm, and has
boon rowinlvd .by the awociato editor
ship of n.i,,(ier'H Veoky, is Gjb&Qiji fa
vorite for tricky of this sort.
Uflant Sinunii Gn.'s
1,00 A I, LINK.
from S. FJ
for S. F.
April 11) '.....April 2(5
May 17 v. Muy 21
Juno M ...luno 21
July 12 luly 1!)
Aug 'J iAug 1(5
Sept 0 Sept. Ill
Oot'-l Oct 11
Nov 1 ..4 Nov 8
Arrive from San
Hall for San Fiau
clscu. Mouowni April?...
Alameda May 5 . . .
Mariposa Juno 2. . .
Monowai June IK).. .
Alameda luly 28. .
MaripoMi Aug 25 .
Monowai Sept. 22 ..
Alameda Oct 20 ..
Mariposa Nov 17 .
. . Alameda
, . .Monowai
. . Alameda
. . ..Mariposa
. . .Alameda
. . .Monowai
Pacific Mai! steanisiiip Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Go,
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. "China" May 4, 1292
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2. 1892
For San Fruucisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
cull ut Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about tho following dates:
...June 21, 1892
....Aii(j. 17, 1892
t&T Bound Trip I'iekets to Yokohama
and return, 8350.
t&f For freight and pus-age, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
J. W. WIN! i:il,SII., DOS. W. U. WI.VLUU, M I)., lilli.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllce Motel r., opp. Y. M. ('. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Library.
Branch Olllce, : : : :!( Kenny -t.. S. F.
t LL I)' iitnl operations J Utility per
x formed at Sun Francisco pi ices;
which arc . 'SO poi rent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; and If nut as good u- the
best Dentistry iu Honolulu no charge
will bo made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Ourgreat
reduction in prices the citizens have de
manded, aud we will supply the demand.
vi: iiavi: coin: io ittni.vi.v :
B3f" Call and get prices and save your
money. We return our thanks to the
cltiens of Hawuii, .Vniili and lCaiia! for
their liberal patronage and solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Oii'ici: Ilouits: 7 a. m. to U i m.
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERGER.
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
Gr.u, KDWAitiis, Minder,
Will sail for the above ports on
-YI?ltIJL. lO, I 8t).
t&" For turnis of Freight or l'assngo
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
8G7 liu Agents.
Sausages !- Sausages !
ITRKSH Hologua, Liver I'uililhijr,
r Illood I'uddlne;, Head Cheoe,
Fraukluit Sauae, Vicuna Sausage and
Kino I'ork Siiiibiigu always on hand und
delivered to onlor by
OEO. 1). SUHRAKDKIl,
Vil Foit street, two doors ubovo tho
T MutilulTul. 710. :il3:im
,f R.R, C. RARXFIKLI) holds cusses
1TX In Drawing aud l'alutlng at his
studio, Hotel stieet. back of Din. Atulnr.
I nou & Lutidy, ni u
IVm. G. Irwin & Conpy,
OKKKK KOH SAI.K
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
HEED S I'AIENT
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
IlOUK & OHLANUT'B
Migb Grade Ciieimeal Grnie Hduintj.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbauk Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London &. Lancashire Fie Ins. Co.
Assets. $4,3 17,052.
Thames &. Mersey Marine ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
New York Lifo Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
fi. &. IRfl & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. . ..l'resident it .Manager
Chius Spreekcls Vice-President
W. M. OUfard....Secietary A; Treasurer
Theo. C. roller Auditor
AOKNT3 OF TUB
Of Hun Fruucisco, Oil.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Fire & Marine
Insurance Agents 1
How England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. ol Hartford,
UN Hi IS
OF BAN HIIANOISCO, CALIFORNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
LIST OF OFFIOKltS:
I. O. Carter President Manager
0. 11. Kobertaou Tieasurer
K. F. Illthop Secretary
W. F. Allen Auditoi
Hon. C. R. IlUliop, S. O. Allen,
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