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Honolulu. II. I.
I ALFRED MAGOON.
il Attorney tit Law ami Notary
i'ubllc. No. 4 '2 Memhaut sticet, ilouo-
W. Schmidt & sons,
lmpoitcts & Coiniiii&slon Mcr-
liunifc, Koit stieot, llonolulu. 1-91
f jj" HACKFBLD & CO ,
I.JL General Commission Agents.
Umncr Fort tiuil Queeu stieets, Hono
lulu, 11. 1. 1-01
ii W MA.CFARLANE & CO ,
JT luii)ottc!6 aud Commission
Merchants. -Queen btiect, Honolulu,
11. 1. f-91
rf "A ONSALiVES & CO.,
JT Wholesale Grocers aud Wino
Mei chants. Beaver Block, llonolulu,
11. I. 1-D1
John T. "Water house,
Importer aud Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
II. 1. 1-1)1
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, bait aud Building Materials
of eveiy kind. Coiner Fort and Queen
stieets, llonolulu. 1-01
L EWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers In Lum
bcr and all kinds of Iiuildiug Matenals.
Fortstteet, Honolulu. 1-01
. EONOLTTLTT IEON WORKS,
Honolulu, i I II. I,
riteain Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
-Cooleis; Iron, Uias and Lead Castings;
Machinery of eveiy desciiptiou made to
lordi'r. Particular attention paid to
"Ship's Blaeksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1-!)1
J.G. S. SMITUIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
Nutilikxna. KiiIiiiIu, IIiiwull.
WfflNER & CO.,
92 Fort Street Honolulu
Miii;; Avece Goopeiy
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Ageiits for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Hlllir Mtlcct. IIuiiululu,
Excellent nccommodatioii for patients.
DR. A. K KO WAT, V. S.
Olllco Houib 7:80 to 10 a.m.; 12:30
to 2 p in.; 4:30 to (i p. ui.
Tkli:i-iioni:s: HellUd. Mutual 183.
1. O. Hox 320. 102lf
GottagB io Bent !
J7(NE Cottage with l'ailoi, Dlniug
. lodin Hull, 4 Laigo Itudrooms,
Bath, i'antiy. Kltt'huii and all model u
lniiliii;nioii!.s. lieietaula fetieet-cau
ji.i.sr ilit! door Jifiit $35.
K" For fin thti Infoi ination apply to
(J. .1. McOAKTHV,
CHA8. T. CULtCK,
Notary Pubiic fur the Ihlaod of Ouliu.
Agent to Tiiko Aekiiowludgiiiuuth to La
Agent Io Uraut Mini Inge Licenses, Ho
Agcul for tint Hawaiian WaniU of l'itt it
hcolt'ei Ki eight iV I'aui'la'DxpiORB.
Agents for tliu Uiiillngtoii Boute,
Rod I Estate Broker & v,,."t,.,
BulI'lVlo, :il8.-VJ,nikiyMuiuanvn). 130.
I' u, itox i in,
mr (jii k,'i:i .N'o.ilhiluiuliiinUlmul,
Honolulu, Uuliu, Ii, J, un0i
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Set vice 1
FOR MAN FttAXCINCO.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due tit Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 30, 189?,
And will leave for the above port with
malls ami passengers oil or
about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New aud Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July I, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls aud passengers for
the above ports.
fS?- The undei signed are now pre-paii-d
to issue Thiough Tickets fiom
this city to all pointb in the United
tf Foi further paiticulars regaidlug
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm Q. IEWIN & CO.. L'd,
1-91 General Agents.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Ltihuina, Mualaea Bay
and Makena the same day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihae mid Laupahoohoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday, June 28th
Friday, July 8th
Tuebday " 19th
Friday, " 29th
Tuebday, Aug. Uth
Fiiday ' l'Jih
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at
Laupahoehoe same day; Kawaihae
A. m. ; Maliukona 10 a. m. ; Makena
I P. m. ; Maalnea Bay C p. m. ; Laha
ina 8 p. ii. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdays
AKEIVE8 AT HONOLULU.
Saturday, June 25th
Wednesday, July Gth
Saturday, " HHh
Wednesday, " 27th
Saturday, Aug. (ith
Wednesday, " 17lh
Saturday, " 27th
B No Freight will be recoived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Sf MR. CLAUD1NE '
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
ut 5 o'clock, p. m., touching ut Kahu
lui, Huolo, liana, Hainoa und Kipa
hulu, Maui, untl Pnauhau, Hawaii,
Kotuining will urrivo at llonolulu
ovory Sunday morning.
gjST No Freiglit will bo received
after 4. p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees niust be at the landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight lias been landed. Wliilo tho
Company will use duo diligenco in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sutno any responsibility in case of the
Iobs of sanio, and will uot bo responsible
for money or jowolry unless placed in
tho care of Pursers.
W. 0. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
iJeAV'lsr Ss WiUcltmitlfor.
KUKUI JEWELHY a SPECIALTY.
KingHfroot, Honolulu, II. 1.
t& Paillcului- attention paid to nil
kinds of re talis. i-'.n
Island Shells and Curios !
VV IIOLIIHALU ami ictiill, iheiipfor
i piifch, at 101 1'orl btiuut. beiwiun
I hlilfi.' iliv goods btoio und Flunk
UUH.S hlme titotu.
35a U 'J-. TANNATJ'.
Her's .Iteiifiliiii Go.'s
Al OPPfflpiTY !
At tho roqucst of a
number of our patrons,
wo have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil 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 ho wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
Pad Mail StmsMi Go.
Occidental & Orieniai S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about tho following
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2. 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1 892
Stmr. 'China" Oct. 3, 1892
3lmr. "OcoatliC" NOV. 1, 1032
Slmr. "China" Dec. 12, 1892
Slmr. "Oceanic" Jan. It, 1893
Slmr. "China" Feb 20,1893
Stmr. "Gaolic" April II, 1893
For San Francisco.
Steaineis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong aud Yokohama to the above
pint on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Juno 21, 1892
Stmr "Oceanic" July 26, 1892
HSf Round Tiip Tickets to Yokohama
aud lctuiu, $360.
Sr For freiglit and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2G7 tf Agents.
The Al NU'iuiiHlilp
YUUMi, Co in mini del-.
Is due at this poit on June 10th and will
leave foi the above poitb on or
JO? For Fi eight or Passage, having
supei lor Cabin and Steeinge accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 lm Agents.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oipice: Room o, Spreckuls' Block.
Mutual Telephone SOS.
New Designs Modern Buildings I
Complete plans and Biiecilieutions for
eveiy description of building. Coutiacts
drawn aud caieful superintendence of
const! notion given wheu icqiihed. Call
mid examine dIiwib. apr '20 ly
Grapes For Sale !
Gil A PES fieh fiom tho tiee, six
pounds foi 91, aie foi dale at
427 tf Foitstieet.
CHICKENS FUR SALE!
r',HE Entoipuse Dairy has
1 souiu Fine Chickens, in
cluding Half-bluck Spanish,
Buff Scotch, Leghorn and
liialiina Bieeds for sale.
Mutual Telephone No. U57. 110 lit
TIMIIER enough '" make 6000 coids
X of Firewood or
I hurco.il at 60
cents a cold
I ll.ltf Hawaii.
The bust tiling to sund to
I your 1'iiomlH abroad isKini;
UroH,' IlliiHtrutod Houvonlr
of Hawaii, which is i;ottoit
i up tor tho purpoho and is
i uot uu ndvortisoniont,
Th r.ui't I'lnhlbtlN tlm 3In null Wo
Sonic months ago the Sun had a
biief paragraph about the lepers in
Uokliani who were permitted to
marry oah other, ami thus peipetu
ate atidixtenil leptosy in Uential
Asia ami beyo'iul it. None of the
books of travelers who have within
the paattuw years visited Bokhara
gives ahyjdctails of the pest spot iu
the big (Jly in Central Asia, but
Euiile Mu'.ler bus written recently n
short note on iliu lepers of Bokhara,
which Ivls appeared in a Russian pe
riodica) of Samarcuud. He says
that co(nparativt'ly few people know
that tbiellyof Bokhara has its leper
quurleq, The outcasts are huddled
together' in houses on the northern
edge of' the city. The district is"
known by the name of Gouzari l'is
siane. The lepers live there in a
slate of tlie gi eat est independence,
receive no xiedical assistance, mid,
in fact, do n)t ask for it. Marriages
among them having never been pro
hibited,, mow generations of these un
fortunates spread the disease.
It is worthy of remark that up to
seventeen ytiirs of age the children
do not show any trace of the terrible
malady,-but three years later the di
sease coverstheir bodies. The Iimir
of Bokhara has had his attention
called to the evils resulting from the
marriuge of these victims of the di
sease, and in accordance with the
advice of Jlussian physicians, he,
last fall, oiderod the separation of
the men fron the women. He also
decided to establish a hospital for
lepers, and to employ iu that institu
tion the best specialists, in order to
see if leprosy cannot be cured, or, at
least, the sutfeiings of the victims
mitigated. The older of the Ktnir
was of a drastic nature and could be
warranted only by the sternest ne
cessity, for it separated husbands
and wives, brothers and sisters, and
children and parents. N. Y. Sun.
ALAMEDA COUNTY'S FAT MAN.
Alameda county can boast of a re
markably fat man in the person of
Judge Uznay, who presides oer the
Recorder's court in Alameda. The
Judge was called a a. witness in the
Superior Court the other day, and he
found it a trying task to climb the
Court House stair. After resting
several times on Hie way he managed
to make the ascent.
At the present time his honpr is
down in weight, and lie now 011I3' tips
the 9cales at 315 pounds. For some
time past Judge Unay has beeu try
ing to reduce his weight. llccenlly
a stranger called upon him and prom
ised to bring about the debited result
without injury to his health. The
Judge was lequired to eat the ashes
of black oak three times a day. The
first day the Judge was given nine
teaspoonfuls of ashes and it ueaily
killed him. After that he was tem
perate, and for a short tune he was
reduced iu weight at the rate of four
pounds a diy. Just as he was get' ing
along finely the man with the ashes
Next wcik the Judge will go into
the country and try a new treatment,
lie is going to stop eating and try
exercise. Then if that fails he will
have prepaicd a quantity of the ashes
of grape leaves and will eat this prep
aration before each meal. His honor
has great faith it) the ashes treat
ment. Oilier fat men in the county
arc watching the results of Judge
Uzuaj's treatment with a great deal
of inteicbt. S. K. Chronicle.
HARD ON DREbS TRAINS.
The Montreal Witness treads on
trains to walking di esses in the man
When bustles, about a year ago,
coated to distort the female figure
the inequality between the frout and
tho buck length of ladies' dresses
was easily accounted for, ar.d the
hope was that when those absurd
dresses wore out the draggling tails
would disappear. But not so; it
holds good iu evidently new dresses.
Tho explanation now is somewhat
mystical. Bell-sklits, we are told,
have come 111, mid arc cut on the bias
in such a way as lo make the addition
of a train easier than its annihilation.
Whatever the icason for the trains
may be, and even though they may
be conceded to be graceful in the
parlor, they aru not suitable attach
ments to street dresses. Seeing a
lavender cloth street-sweeper btiih
over a muddy crossing because the
weatei's hands was not ulllciently
inteut on keeping it out of Ihe dirt,
one is inclined lo think the eusloin of
wearing tiains on walking dresses
not only ungraceful hut also dis
graceful. We are quite read v to hear
any defence tho women may hao to
make. And while they 1110 explain
ing let them say why it lb Hint a jear
ago they wore hustles "to keep their
skirts off their heels, and so make it
etibier to walk," while now a little ex
tra uiiidiaiictt al the heels is not
Tliu best spring iiii'dMuo p 11 do so
or lnouf hi. J'utilcV I'llU. Tiny
not 011I) (ihyslu but clu.iiuu the "-Wmlo
tfbimn mid purify tlm blood. Kcr
mile by llciisun, btuilh o. Co., Ajjuuu'.
THEY MAY BE HANDED.
A )'i oinliii'iit llnuallun VI'lio TnUm
u Unit rut View.
Among the passengers on the Aus
tralia, which 111 lived from Honolulu
to-day, was Hon. C. II. BMiop, who
foi merly held high otllce under the
Hawaiian government. It was re
ported about lift? steamer that Mr.
Bishop came to this country on a
special mission for the Hawaiian gov
ernment, but this the gentleman de
nied. Concerning the aric9t of WiU
cox and other conspirators Mn
"I am of the opinion that the ar
rest of these men for treason is no
buncombe. The government has long
been afraid that Ashford and the
others would stir up a rebellion. The
belief has been general in Hawaii
that Ashford ought to be hung, and
if found guilty as 11 traitor of course
he can be. Ho is a dangerous man
because lie is 1111 iulelligeiit man
and able to move the natives iu any
way he wUhes.
"From the time of the an est until
the sailing of the steamer at noon on
the 2 Ith little of consequence trans
pired. The men wetc airaigncd be
fore Judge Dole of the Supreme
Court, aud they will be given the
benefit of 11 jury trial. None of them
have been released on bail of course,
because tlie3 are held for a capital
"The government has made up its
mind to stamp out the traitorous
sentiment that these men have been
inculcating among the people. Un
doubtedly the arrests have broken
the backbone of the rebellion, if
llieie was any or was to be any."
San Francisco Post.
THE HAWAIIAN RUMPUS.
Treason has reared its ugly head
in Hawaii, but it has been promptly
stamped upon by the royal authori
ties and the would-be rebels have all
been placed in durance vile. The
traitors consist almost entirely of
men who figured in the revolution of
1880 aud are pleased to be known as
advocates of the rights of the native
From the tone of a manifesto is
sued by the alleged rebels we are led
to believe that the clnof cause of dis
satisfaction ou the part of the native
leaders is the disfranchisement of the
islanders aud the financial incom
petency of the foreigners who are
backing up the uionaiehy. But the
utterances of friends of Ihe im
prisoned leaders convey a totally
different impression. One of them,
Hon. J. E. Bush, in a spcccli said:
"Our Miniater to Washington, J.
Molt Smith, is trying lo annex our
land to America. Now, what right
has the Cabinet to do this without
our knowledge? Why can't they
make their transactions public, as
Wilcox and I do? Now, if they
continue doing this without consult
ing us Hawuiians first let us make a
republic before wu are annexed to
Ileie is the real bone of conten
tion. The rival factions aic simply
stiuggliiig for the plufii which they
think Uncle Sam is on the point of
presenting to them. The leaders of
the natives are great patriots, but
they are evidently disposed to bow
to the inevitable. All they ask is
thai if- Ihe job is put through the
Queen and her pals be not allowed to
get away with all the "swag." Pa
triot like, they wish to start a repub
lic that the lcadcis who will be
elected by the natives may come in
for their share of the plunder.
It is an amusing squabble, and not
without interest for Americans, for
whichever side wins the United Stale
is to pay the fiddler. It lemains to
bo seen, though, whether we are
ready lo annex an island which will
entail 1111 annual expense exceeding
six or seven millions und pay louudly
in advaucc for the privilege of tin ow
ing away our coin. San Francisco
MADAME BARRIOS AND HER BIC FAMILY.
Mine. Barris, tho South Amer
ican beauty, seems to have been pre
debtitied for a lifo of lomiinco.
When she gave herself in wedlock
lo Seuor de Roda lusl mouth il was
predicted that the storms of life
were over for her, and that she would
henceforth sail ou plicid seas. But
the nuptial feast had not been con
cluded, tho yobsip siy, when ihe new
husband adopted the tnlics of his
predeccsbom. He discharged the
female retainers who hud been with
Madame since her childhood, ami in
sisted upon-her giving up her female
companion, tu whom she had become
attached thiough yeais of association.
His authority is now said lo be
complete even lo the control of Ihe
ISanios millions, which number eight,
Tue children of .Mine Butrlos arc un
alterably opposed to llieii new pupa,
and altogelhei tliu prospects mo not
bright for tho conjugal felicity Hint
rtis predicted. J-fiiut de Koilu bus
four children b) a fonnci wife, mid
thcMi, with his wife's brood make up
a lOspuoUblu family of llfleen.
Then ihoro uio Iwo children ol I'm
sideiit linrriu by ln lli.l wife, nu
king a giiiiul total of ccnti en,
which in the largeni famil in New
York.- N.V. Con. Si l.ouia U public,
rKOF. DILOIBII G. JAH&BH'S
I herewith appoint Mil. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent foi the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the l'Jih of September, "JO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUoT ARRIVED.
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offeis an un-
vcelled Slock 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, Tassel,
Fringes, Draperies und other
artistic goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE lYIclNERNY BUILDING,
8TB4I CAM FA.GT08Y
Practical Confectioner, Partly Cook S:
71 Hotel St. "v&te2r Telephone 74.
4. TIJJS 1-T
iQf Metropolitan 15)
81 KING STltEBT,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Batchers
NAVY CONTRA OTOltR.
mm ?J4 SALOGK
Tho ttejt Lunon (n Town,
Tea and (Joffee at 111 Bour
The Fluent Brands of
nmars, jj. Toln
Always oi lluml.
II. J. JMNFK. f rupriftot'.
hustace' & C0M
III. Al, Hlla IN
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
ileh wu will wdl at the mj luwiwt
Inuil.el uie foi CAkll.
, U!l Tclu. 414. xwuuur" Mutual Tulo. 10.
Ik G. Irwin it Company,
OI-KKIl KOK SALE
JLuaia.0 &c lom.oHis;,
PARAFFIHE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS' and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sties.
BD UK & OWL..AN.DT'3
Uigli Grade Ciieniicdl Cano Mauaro.
&iikm SEEDS :
'uirbjnk Canning Co.'s Corned
Boef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire insurance Co.,
Assets, 56,2 1 9,453.98.
London & Lincjshiro Fi.-e Ins. Co.
Thames 4 rVlorsoy Msrme Ins. Co.,
Assets, 56, 124,057.
New York Lifo Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. 11 IMil k CO.,
Win. G. Ii win. . .President & Manager
Chins Spieckels Vice-President
W. il. Gilf.u d Seci otarj & Treasiu or
Theo. C. Poirer Auditor
AGKNTS OK THIS
Oceanic sinansAm Cuii'y,
Of Nun I'ruiirlHcu. Cut.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Fire & Marino
insurance Agents !
Now England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Ol' SAN rilANOIbUO. 0AMFOKNIA.
C. BREWER & CO."
J. O. Caitei Piesldunt it Manager
G, 11. Robuiuoii Tie.ihiiie,
E, P. BUhop Sect etarj
W. P. Allen Auditoi
Hon. 0. R. BUhop, b. O. Allen,
For Mouldings, FnimtiH,
I'liHlols, .IrtotypuH, Plioto
irruviiror, i'JushlngH autl
u vorj tiling in tliu lino of
I lUil.imH, go to King HlOH.,