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HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY EVENING, Jl'Nlfl 21, 1892
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f dB "DAILY BBlAHTii" ,
Every Attbraoon Except Sundays
At Hit Olllcu, Queen Htiotit, Honolulu
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Honolulu. II. I.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney at Law and Notary
No. 42 Mel chant sticut, Hono-
Kw. sohmidt & Sons,
Impoitcrs' & Commission Mcr
ih.mtd. Foitsuect, Honolulu, l-'.il
HHackfeld & Co ,
Geneial Commission Agents.
(Joiner Fort ami Queen streets, Hono
lulu, 11. 1. 1-91
aW MAOFARLANE & CO.,
Importcts and Commission
.Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu,
11. I. 1-01
1 ONSAL.VE8 & CO.,
JT Wholesale Giocers and Wine
Mercbauts. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
U. I. 1-01
f OHN T. "WATERHOUSE,
O Importer aud Dealer in General
Queen street, Honolulu,
T ILDER & GO.,
W De.ileis in Lumber, Paints,
' Oila, Nails, Salt and Huildinj Materials
vof evciy kind. Comei Fort and Queen
,otiocts, Honolulu. 1-01
L EWERS & COOKE
linpoiters aud Dealuis in Lum
"bcr and all kinds of Building Matcii.ils.
irFoit street, Honolulu. 1-91
..HONOLULU IRON WOEKS,
Honolnh, i I H. I.
'Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Hollers,
Cooler?.; Iron, liiass and Lead Castings;
JJachinery of eveiy desciiptlou niado to
4rdir. l'aiticular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksinithlng. Job Work ex
ecuted at shoit notice. 1-91
j;o. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. G E IN 'V.
niuhuUoiiu. Iiiliiilii. Hnivull,
WENN1R & CO.,
02 Fort Street Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hint; Wtroet. Honolulu.
Excellent accommodutlou for patient.
DR. A. K. ROWAT, V. S.
Olllco Ilouw 7 :80 to 10 a. m.; 12:80
to 2 p. in.; 4:30 to Op. m.
Telkphonkb : Hell Oil. Mutual 183.
V. O. Box 3211. 192tf
New Cottage to Rent !
1?INK Cottage with I'm lor. Dinlng
. loom Hall, 4 Laigx Beiliooms,
Bath, l'antiy, Kitchen aud all modem
liupioeineutri. Beietaida stieet-eais
pass the door. Kent $85.
ySf Foi fuither information apply to
o. j. McCarthy,
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Notary Public fur the Iblacd of Oabu.
Agent to Take Ai'knowli'dgmcntc to La-
Agent to Giant Manlugo Licenses, Ho
Agent fin the Hawaiian IhlumUof I'lttit
bi'otl's Krululit iV. 1'aiciiln KxpicHb,
Aguiithfoi the liiiilliigton Itoiitu.
Roal Estate Broker & 'i'SiJir,11.1
JlellTulu. IHH.-uiUIarMiiliHtlTulu. 180.
I'. O. Box IK).
W Oi HUl.i ii.IISMuiuliniitbliuttl.
liOilolulii, Ouhu, II, 1. (mi )2
Alias Assurance Gompany
OCBflliG StBUHUlll Gil
Australian Mail Seivice!
FOIt NAM FKAXCINUO.
The New and Flue Al Steel Steamship
Of the Ocenntu Steamship Compimy will
be due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 30, 1892,
Aud will leave for the ubovo port with
mulls and passengers on or
about that date.
For Sjdney and Auckland !
The New aud Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July I, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengeis for
the above ports.
I" The undei signed aio now pre
pait'd to Issue Through Tickets from
this city to all points in the United
lay For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
V7m Q. IBWIN & CO.. L'd,
1-91 General Agents.
Wilr's fflNniU) Go.s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock v. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay
and M.ikena the same day; Mahu
koua, Kawaihae and Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Tuesday, June 28th
Friday, July 8th
Tuesday " 19th
Friday, " 29th
Tuesday Aug. 9th
Friday, ' 19th
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at
Laupahoehoe same day ; Kawaihae
A. m.; Mahukoua 10 a. m.; Mukcua
1 p. m. ; Maalaea Bay 0 r. m. ; Laha
lna 8 p. m. tho following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednehdays
AKUIVKS AT HONOLULU.
Satuulay, June 25th
Wednesday, July Cth
Saturday, " Kith
Wednesday, " 27th
Saturday Aug. Clh
Saturday, " 27th
fjtf" No Freight will be rocoived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huulo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
hulu, Maui, and I'muilmu, Hawaii,
Jtttturning will arrive at Honolulu
ovory Sunday morning,
No Freight will bo received
after 4 p. Ji. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the landings
to recoivo their freight, as we will not
hold oursqlve responsible after such
freight has boon landed. While tho
Company will use duo diligence in
handling live stock, we decline to as
sume any responsibility in cuho of the
loss of muni), and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. C. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROBE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Bunt.
Jov!ler &z Wiiloluiuilcui.
KUKUI JEWELIIY a SPECIALTY.
King Htrecl, Honolulu, II. I.
klmU of (epulis.
attention paid to all
Island Shells and Curios !
VV IIOLHBALK mid letull. cheap for
it eauli, at 101 I'orl htieet, bulweun
KIiIuih ihv good vtoru and Fiauk
Qurt'n tfhuu stoic.
363 U T, TANNATT.
1 OPPORTUNITY !
At the request of si
nuinbor of our patrons,
we 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 he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
Facile Mail SteamsDip Co.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Go,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their way to the
above ports ou or about the following
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2, 1892
Slmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
Slmr "China" Oct. 3, 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Nov. 1, 1892
Stmr. "China" Doc. 12, 1892
Simr. "Oceanic" Jan II, 1893
Stmr. "China" Feb 20, 1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" ......... April II, 1893
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong aud Yokohama to the above
pore on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" June 21, 1892
Stmr "Oceanic" July 26, 1892
Qr Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, $350.
Sr For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
2C7 tf Agents.
flllif UluQtMihM Pn 'o
id oioflmaiiip uu. o
from S. F.
for S. F.
July 12 July 19
Aug 9 Aug 10
Sept 0 Sept 13
Oct4 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
From San Francisco From Sydney
Monowai . July 1
Alameda.. J line 30
Alameda July 29
Mariposa ,Jul 28
Mariposa. Aug 20
Monovai Sept 23 Alameda.
Alameda Oct 21 Mariposa
Mariposa Nov 18 Mouowui
C. B. RIPLEY.
Oifick: Room fl, Sprockets' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings !
Complete plans aud speclllcatious for
eveiy descilption of building. Coutiaets
drawu and caicful superintendence of
construction gh en when tequlred. Cull
and examine nlans. apr 29 lv
Grapes For Sale
RAPES fiesh from the tree, six
pounds for 81, aie foi sale at
laj tf Fortstieet.
'TIMBER enough to make 0000 eoids
1 of Firewood or Llmicnul at CO
cents a eoid, Applv at
11! tf Hawaii,
The bcHt thing to hcikI to
your iViondH abroad is King
liroH.' IlliiHtratod Houvonlr
of Ilitwall, vlil:li is cotton
ui lor tliu put-pom) and in
not uu tulvortlBOititiiil.
AtUlrcss Delivered bv Hro. J. A.
Mnfjoob of Harmony Lodge, 1.
O. O. F., June 12, 1892, in
memory of Bio. Geo. Lucas.
I run dceitly iinptessed to-day with
the wisdom and beauty of that rule
of our ordrr which requires lis to
meet once etch year to pay tribute
to the memories of our dc.td. If I
mistake not Oddfellowship and the
Order of tlie Gtand Army of the
Republic are the only otgahi?ations
that have made the observance of
this ceremony obligatory. It may
be fairly said that we do not meet to
strew these lloweis upon the giaves
of our departed brothers out of any
feeling of national gialitude; not be
cause they bravely and nobly laid
dowu their lits for that most lofty
of all causes, human freedom ; not
that theirs may have b en the honor
able distinction to have fallen upon
the field of glory, ninid the smoke
and din of battle under the gaze of
an admiring world ; but because we
arc prompted so to do by tho respect
and love which the livlnc should at
nil limes pay to the honorable dead.
It is for the puipose of keeping fresh
the memories of those who have gone
before us, that wo may emulate their
virtuous deeds. Here the high aud
the low, the rich aud the poor, are
remembered only for those qualities
which permitted ua to grasp their
hands in the waim ciasp of brotherly
love. May this beautiful sentiment
grow stronger and stronger in out
Order as well as throughout the
Brother Geoige Lucas first saw tbe
light in County Clare, li eland, on the
7th day of May, 1821, making him al
the timo of his death almost 72 years
of age. At the age of twenty years
he went to Australia where he mar
ried, and "where in about the year
1818 he joined that biancli of our
Older known as the Manchester
Unity. He took all live degrees and
went through all the chairs. In
Australia he caught the gold fever
and went to California in 1819 at the,
same time with so many tliousaiu'ls of
others who could not resist the allur
ing prospects wliicu tlial ctuntiy
seemed to offer. Hut foi tune is not
equally kind to all, and so in 185G
Brother Lucas in the full vigor of
early manhood, with the intention of
making this his home, lauded with
his family tor the secoud time on Ha
waiian shoies. Then began in earn
est his life work which be pushed
energetically to a tiiumphaut close.
Mr. Lucas became a. member of Har
mony Lodge on the 12th day of
January, 1882, and while during the
last few vcais he wasiather loo old
to take a veiy aethc part in the
routine work of the Lodge, he has
always been a clobe observer of its
progress and has had a deep concern
in its wclfaic.
The commencement of Brother
Lucas' illness which terminated in
death, as reported to the Lodge, was
on the 29lh day of June, 1891, and
ou the 7th day of March of this year,
just nine months and seven days, his
spiiit which had so long striven to he
free was teleased fiom its tenement
of clay, to join that of his wife who
was laid to rest ten years ago, and
his sufferings were at an end.
During his sickness Brother Lucas
generously donated two hundred dol
lais of the sick benefits that had
been paid to him back lo the Lodge,
and to this Order he conferred the
melancholy charge of his earthly re
mains. In the peiformuncc of this
sacred trust we proudly, yet sorrow
fully aud tenderly, placed him in the
tootub; say proudly because from
among the many distiimuishcd so
cieties of which he was a member, he
chose his Lodge of the Independent
Order of Oddfellows to do the last
sad ofllce of the living for the dead ;
sorrowfully and tenderly, because
the form and features of him whom
we had learned to love were go.tie
from our midst forever.
Brother Lucas was accompanied to
his last testing place with honors, it
is believed, never before witnessed in
this country at a private funeral.
Business in Honolulu was practically
suspended, and music aud the many
uniformed orders gave to tho proces
sion a stately dignity; while the long
line of citizens in carriages showed
that he had been busy all his life
making friends, whoso love for him
extends far beyond life's fitful close;
and when we left him in his long last
sleep, his narrow rehting place wa9
fairly burdened down with (lowers.
Well might those who wero nearest
and dearest to him be proud of so
signal u murk of esteem.
Through puiient toil, intelligently
directed, lirotlier Lucas made his
way to the front rank of his culling.
He was not afi.iid of work, tho ouly
normal condition of mankind. He
was not afraid of manual toil, the
most honorable of all work. He wus
a producer, not u mere consumer.
Under his handiwork raw materials
assumed bliape and beauty to become
the home of mini, and some of the
lineal structures in this Kingdom hear
a tabling testimony to his usefulness,
All honor to the calloused liuml and
the biiii-biowued face.
A pcrbon is missed in proportion
to liia useful activitiuH, ami the long
life of Brother Lucau tilled lib it was
witli good works will cause him to be
oug remembered. He was u patron
of learning ami uu aulive promoter
of chin liable and benevolent institu
tions. 1 believe no one ever left his
Brother Lucas lived, as I have
said, to see his life-work crowned
with suocuxs. Willi a IWedness of
purpose he won the confidence, with
n strict integniy he won the respect,
with a generous and noble nature he
won the love of his fellow-man. To
his children he ttansmitted this gland
heritage, and happy was he in tbe
reciprocal relations of a fond father
and affectionate and dutiful childien.
In all the weary mouths of pain he
was considerate for all those mound
him, being so solicitous fbr those "who
administered to him thai he wished
to die rather than be a burden to
them. His strong voice, linn grasp
of the baud and genial smile made it
a pleasure lo visit him, and it always
made him glad to receive a friendly
Held in the strong arms of his
manly sons, and soothed by tho gen
tle infiuenee of his grief-stricken
daughters, he was borne to the cry
brink of Death's daik river aud there
laid gently down; even fiom the
warm embrace, the chilly waters
closed upon him, and he was gone
into that great uuknown to join the
Oh Heaen Is nearei than mortals thluk,
When they look with a Doubling dread
At the misty futuie that stretches on
From the silent homo of tho dead.
"1'ls no low Ulo on a boundless main,
No brilliant but distant shore,
Where the loely ones who aie called
Mut go to return no moie.
The eje that shuts In a ding hour,
Will Instamh open in bli-s:
The welcome will sound in the heaenly
Ere the farewell Is hushed In this.
In the wolds of the orator, George
Lucas was not afraid to live, not
afraid to speak bis thoughts, neither
was he afraid to die. For many j'ears
he and death bad lived near neigh
bors. He was always read' to meet
and greet this tiling called death,
and for many months he sal in the
deepening twilighl, waiting foi the
night, waiting for tho light. In his
brain weie the blessed memories of
the day and in his heart were mingled
the dawn and dusk of life. lie was
not afraid cheerful every moment.
The laughing nymphs of day did not
desert him. The' remained that they
might clasp the hands of the veiled
sisters of the night when they should
come, and when they did come,
Biother George Lucas sti etched out
his hands to both on one side the
nymphs of the day and on the other
the nymphs of the silent night and
so, hand in hand, between smiles and
tears, lie readied his journey's end.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in Hie store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." SO cent bottles for sale
by all dealeis. Benson, Smith &Co.,
H. F. WICHMAN
Is showing a beautiful Hue of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar ami at pi lee which you will
For Such High Grade Goods,
H. F. WICHMAN
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Ou and aftei May 1st,
ISO", the New aud l)u
fill ahlu .Modern Iteslileueu
of the iimlerl''iic'(l, on
Thuifit'..!i Avenue, containing Laige I'm
lol. Dining Room, Coiisci vatoiy, Two
iiedioouib, Undoing Room with htallon
uiy Washttaud and Cedar Waidiohu,
ItJthrooiii wiMi Patent C'Io-et and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, I'auirlts,
China Closet aud K lichen with New
Range, Hot Water ISoilei and all attach
Lingo ami couwiuli'iit MaUlo on the
piuiulMiii ( niilaliiliig two huge hnx-stalU,
can luge, huiiiits and feed iooiiib, ami
CioiiiiiU 2Kb.'.2i0, beautiful!) laid out
and tcumeil 'I ho Inn U mum panted
I oi fiulhui pMilluiilaixkcu
W. (I. AbllLDY,
tfeU-ti 0. 11, A L. Co.' Depot.
PKOP. DRjetf G. JAEGER'S Win, li. Irwin Company, I
(tf$lm& PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S Wm
SVV COMPOUNDS and ROOFING, 11
REED'S PATENT JiS
Fell Steam Pipe Covering, all siies. JwK
o .. n , , FERTILIZERS : IS
MiiarylJiiilcrcloiliiiiff "'sE, m
" FISH GUANO, 't-j
iiik:k a ohi.andt'h ?9
I herewith appoint Mit. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROP. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORmJfFjU-T ARRIYED.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offcis an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
.Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take ordeis in that line.
A brand new .stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
PIO !N lISl
STEAM CANDY FACTOR!
71 Hotel St.
81 ICING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butcher
Tho Boat Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Ooflee at ill Houru
The Finest liranda of.
A-lwiiyM on llaiKl.
H. . NOLTK. i'roi.rh'ior.
HUSTACE & CO,
WOOL) & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which we will .ell at the niylool
Uiaiket late, foi oami.
Uell Tile. 44, "Urfuiar Mutual Tote. 19.
my I'll. y J
High G ratio Cliuruicdi Cane Manure. "m
GRASS SEEDS: 1
RYE GRASS ,M
And CLOVERS. '
tttfined Sugars, m
.. ...... .. L-ai
. . - 'bunk Canning Co. s Cornep
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins. . ji
SALMON IN BARRELS.
M AR1K E
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London i Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 124,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
ft. C-. Mil
Wm. Q. Irwin. . .President it .Manager
Clans bpieckclx Vice-President
Y. M. Giffard....Stcretarj & Treasurer
Theo. C. Poller Auditor
AGENTS UK TDK
Ocimc Steal-Ms Coi'y,
Of Nun Fruui'lHco. (Jul.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire & Marino
Insurance Agents I
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KKANCIHCO, CALIKOUNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
LIST OK OKKIOKltS:
J. O. Carter President A Manager
U. 11 . Robei tou Treasure
E. F. IIUho tjooi utarr
. . Allen Audltoi
lion. O. R. ISlkliop, S, O. Allen,
Fur Alouhliu.s, Frames,
PiislulM, ArtolyjioH, I'hoto
tfravuriiH, ICicliiuH and
i)Vor,tliiiiK In tliu lint) of
jiicliunH, ijo to Klnu UroH,,
1 raBBl I