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Steel & Iron Ranges
Agate Ware in
WHITE, GRAY and
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
DIAMOND BLOCK. Nos.
IMPORTEll AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
j ., ' TELEPHONE 119. P. O. BOX 372.
ij LEWIS c OO-,
j TELEPHONE 210 HI FORT STREET. !' 0. Box 297.
'MC'- IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON ICE By each steamer of the O. 8. 8. Co. from California Fresh California Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables, etc.
A complete line of Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's Canned and Bottled Goods
always on hand.
Just received a Fresh Lino of German Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved
Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Malteso Brand Sugar Cared Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast
Cereals, Cream Oat Flakes and Cream Wheat Flukes, Sicily Lemons, California Rivor
sido Oranges, Oregon Burbank Potatoes, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Groceries, Provisions and Peed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern Btates and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
Al) Orders faithfully attended to and
H Island Orders solicited
HBS Blast. Corner Fort So Kline:
O. J. J&cCJiJEirrJEBrZ'
(NEW BULLETIN BLOCK, JIEnCIIANT htjieet)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
H? Fire Insurance Placed.
m RENTS COLLECTED AND
$NY BU8INEH8 KNTRU8TK1) TO MK
& KITCHEN UTENSILS
AND SHEET IRON WORE.
95 & 97 KING STREET.
Butter and Island Butter
ON HAND Jgg
Steamer from San Francisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 145.
AND DEALERS IN
Goods delivered to any part of the City free.
Satisfaction guaranteed. '
Collections Attended To.
WILL KKOBIVJS PROMPT ATTENTION.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. 0. Wilder, Prcs. 8. B. Roan, Sec.
Oapt. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will lcavo Honolulu nt 2 r. m., touching at
Lahalna, Maalaea Hay and Makena tho
snmo day; Mithukoun, Kaualhao nnd Lan
pnhoehoe tho following day, arriving nt
ililo nt midnight.
Friday Feb. 21
Tuesday Mar. 7
Friday Mnr. 17
Returning leaves Hilo, touching nt Lnu
pnhochoe snmo day; Knwnihnc a. m.j Ma
liukona 10 a, m. ; Makena 4 r. M. ; Maalaea
Hay 0 r. m.; Lahahm 8 r. m. tho following
day; nrriving ut Honolulu li a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday Fob. 22
Saturday Mar. 4
Wednosday Mar. 15
Saturday Mnr. 25
W No Freight will bo received alter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
r. m., touching at Kahului, Huelo, Hana,
Hainoa and klpahaln.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
KM" No Freight will be received after
4 r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the landings to
receive their Freight, as wo will not liold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been lauded.
While tho Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same.
Tho Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Ocennic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sjdney and Auck
land on or about
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
ue uuc at Honolulu, lrom ban i
on or about
And will have
piompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for the
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further particulars rcuardinc
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the ubovo
ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Feb. 20, 1803
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11,1803
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Com
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" April 8, 1893
Stmr. "Oceanic" May 7, 18U3
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
For Freight and Pnssago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
for S. F.
. . .Mar, '.!'
From Sun Francisco
MONOWAI, Mar. 101
ALAMEDA, April 7
MAIUPOHA, May 6
From Sydney for
ALAMEDA, Mitr. 0
LATEST FOXIEION NEWS.
Itoms of Intorost from All Ovor tho
WHALER SEA. BREEZE BURNED.
Tho P. M. S. S. Snn. Joso, which
arrived nt Snn. Diogo Jnn 2.'! from
Pnunuin, hnd on bonrd for Snn Frnn
cisco thirtyoight mon from tho Amor
ienn bark Son Broozo, owned nt Snn
Frnnclsco by Jnmos McKonun, and
in which. Captain Worth snilod from
thoro for tho Gulf of California to
Bocuro wood nt Mndro Island for n
whaling oxpodition to tho Arctic
via Honolulu. , Tho regular com
lunndor, Captain Greon, was to havo
mot tho vossol at Honolulu on hor
return from hor southern trip after
sporm whales. Tho vessel soourod
enough wood by Janunry 1(5 and
was to weigh anchor tho noxt day,
but early in tho morning a firo broko
out as thoy lay in twenty fathoms
aud sho was burned to tho wntor's
edge and snnk. Tho forty-throe mon
composing tho crow had escaped in
small boats to tho island and its
Governor sont thorn to tho main
land at San Bias in two schooners.
Whou tho San Joso came down thoy
woro taken by hor to Mazatlau to
tho nearest Consul to got papers for
passage, but ho declined to assume
tho responsibility and said thoy
would havo to straighten it out at
Sau Francisco. Fivo of tho wrecked
crew romainod bolow.
Tho Sea Broozo was built at Now
Bedford, Mass., in 1853, aud has boun
a vory successful craft. Sho was
valued at $28,000, of which $13,500
is covorod by insurance. An inter-
osting element in tho history of tho
old Soa Breozo is that sho- was tho
last vossol to sight tho ill-fated Joan
uetto. On September 3, 1879, lato
in tho afternoon, tho Sea Breozo was
lying to tho southward and eastward
of Herald Island when a stoamor
hove iu sight aud passed within half
a mile to tho northward. Sho was
recognized from tho description as
tho Jeaunotto, aud tho Soa Broozo
signaled hor, but tho signals woro
unanswered. That night tho Jean
notto was again seen working into
thin ico to tho northward, and was
kept iu view till well aloug into tho
following night. This was tho last
seen of tho Joannotto by any vossol.
Lucius Quintus Cincinuatus La
mar, Associate Justice of tho United
States Supremo Court, died sudden
ly at Macon; Georgia, January 23.
Tho lato jurist was born at Putnam
county, Georgia, September 1, 1825.
He bocamo a lawyer, then a profes
sor in tho University of Mississippi
for a year. Elected to tho State
Legislature in 1853, ho retired to Ins
plantation at Lafayette tho noxt
year. Ho was olectod to Congress
as a Democrat, serving from 1857 to
1860, when ho resigned to take a seat
in the Secession convention of his
State. Ho then entered tho Con
federate army as a lieutenant-colonel
of tho Nineteenth Mississippi Itegi
ment, of which ho afterward became
colonel. Ho shared in many of tho
battles of tho Army of Northern
Virginia, but ill health fmally com
pelled him to leave tho army and he
was sont as Commissioner of tho
Confederate States to Russia. After
tho war he was again successively a
professor iu tho university aud a
member of Congress. In 1877 ho
took his soat in tho Senate for his
adopted State. Ho hold a com
manding position in the Sonato and
in the councils of his party because
of his ability, and when Cleveland
became President in 1885; Mr. Lamar
was selected as Secretary of tho In
terior. This position ho rosignod to
accept a position on tho Supremo
bench; tho first Democrat appointed
to sit in that body since the selec
tion of Stephen J, Field by Presi
dent Lincoln, and though ho has
boon more than onco on the point .of
resigning because of ill-health.
Judge Lamar was still a member of
tho Supremo Court at tho time of
Bishop Phillips Brooks, tho fa
mous Episcopal preacher, died on
Jan. 23 at Boston. Ho was born in
Boston on Dec. 13, 1835. (..,
CABLE OAR EXHIBIT.
A. S. Hallidie, inventor of tho
cable railway, is arranging for an ox
hibit of that method of rapid tran
sit at tho World's Fair. In it will
bo soon every stage of tho progress
of tho cablo method of street trans
portation. Mr. Hallidie, when asked what
prompted the invention of tho coble
road, said ho was walking up Jack
son street, from Kearny, in 1869 and
was watching tno olTorts of live
horses struggling up tho hill with
ono of tho Omnibus Railroad Com
pany's overcrowded cars. Ono of
tho horses slipped on thowotcabblo
stonos and foil, throwing down tho
horse behind him. Tho brakes woro
put on and tho horsos urged to re
gain thoir footing. Tho brakes woro
insufficient to hold tho car on tho
stoop incline and it slid backward,
dragging tho horsos down tho hill
to tho streot bolow.
"This incident prompted mo," said
ho, "to doviso homo better method
of streot transportation up tho hills,
and within two years I had matured
plans for a cablo-road.
"Like all now inventions, it took
along timo to convince the skepti
cal, but iu Soptombor a track was
completed on Clay street, from Kear
ny to Leavenworth, with a power
house at tho western end of tho lino.
It soon won tho confidence of tho
public, and a revolution in passen
ger transportation was coinmoucod.
"Hills havo fallen down before- it,
and whore goats used to frolic on
Califomia-streot lull railroad kings
havo built thoir palaces, and tho
summits which woro a fow years ago
bold, inaccessible plncos aro now
covered with magnificent residences.
"San Francisco would bo lost
without its cnblo-roads, and tho
samo can now bo said of n groat
ninny other cities iu tho world."
Tho first car run ovor Clay-st root
lino ami tho first in the world was
constructed to sont fourteen passen
gers, but on tho trial trip so oagor
was tho public to bo on tno first car
that ninety persons crowded inside,
on tho top and hung on tho outside
till the Htiinmit on tho hill wan
Tho gripnion who was to take tho
car on tho trip bocamo so norvous
when ho saw tho crowd piled on that
ho rofusod to take tho car, and Mr.
Hnllidio was obligod to net in tho
capacity of gripmau.
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.
A now American lino of steam
ships, running from Now York to
tho west coast of South Amorica by
way of tho Straits of Magellan, will
soon bo established. A cablo des
patch received iu Now York an
nounced that nn English firm of
shipbuilders hnd signed n contract
with representatives of W. R. Graco
& Co. of Now York for two first-class
full-powered freight steamors, with
all tho modern improvements, to bo
used in tho now lino. Thoy will de
velop a speed of thirteen knots, en
abling thoni to make tho journey
from Now York to Valparaiso iu
tliirty-six days. A third stoamor is
now boing negotiated for and a
fourth stoamor has been secured.
Thoso stoamors will make up tho
ileot of tho lino and tho first stoamor
is to bo delivered by August 1.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ita-Ra-Boom-Do-Kay.
By Johnson the Shirt Man.
Now there is a man with a great big gall,
If j on look at him he'll commence to bawl,
Ho had some Shirts and wanted tliom fixed
But without tho monoy he could not do
Ho started in and tried his nerve,
Hut the looks of him would not '-erve.
He tried w 1th n lawsuit but without suc
cess, That dirty man will die like the rest.
Give mo my Shirts or in an hour I'll sue,
It will cost mo nothing but be dear for yon,
For 1 havo a pull and in jail you'll go,
Aud when you are thoro you'll have no
He tried his dirty game but it did not work.
He got hit in tho neck and a good hard
feels as soro as a loner caso.
Ho is so ashamed to look in your face.
Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tho
cornor of King and Alakoa streets,
whore ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any more to havo your shirts
mado to ordor than you pay for your
old store aud factory mado goods.
Now ploaso bear this in mind and
givo us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. Kiug and Alakea Sts.
Bluffs taken in Payment
Josoph V. Dory, of Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different remedies,
but saj's none of them seemed to do
him any good, but iiually ho got
hold of ono that spoodily cured him.
Ho was much pleased with it, aud
felt sure that others similarly afflict
ed would liko to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. He states
for tho benefit of the public that it
is called Chamborlaiu's Pain Balm.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Tho articlo of special convenience
in every household and office
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 conts mailed abroad.
Ptr 8. S. "MONOWAI'
Ripley Queen Pineapples Plants
P FOR SALi: BY
Lewis J. Levey,
Cor. Fort & Queen sts.
A Small Lot of the Noted
NIU LEAor DWARF C0C0ANUT
Just Received from Samoa, also
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF C0C0ANUTS.
XV Theflo Nuts are carefully selected
for planting and arc just beginning to
sprout. A photograph of the Dwarf Cocoa
nut may bo seen at the store of
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOlt BALK BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
$f Inquire of
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. Fort A Hotel sts.
T AWN MOW15KH
TO LIST 11Y THIS
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j'uciininniiMiuii muni n'iiiiiru, .miiuiimch
r.ullt'd for an. I returned, AImi, Repairing
(Jurdeu Mum,' In fact, fun do anything
ueceuvary around the house or slublo.1
Kiuu lit) Mutual Teliiiilionu Mil.
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