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VOL. V. NO. 669.
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92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. ivukui Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of ropuirs.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
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Aoents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Bhakh, and Lead
Maohinory of F.vory Description Made to
iii"0' I'a.r,t,culur "ttontlon iiuld to Hliips'
Blaelcsmi thing. Job Work executed at
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Ooiuplota iiIiiiih and HiKiclhYatloim for
every deserlpllon of building. Contracts
drawn anil careful superintendence of con
Htriiolion g veil when required, (lull uiul
jnuiiilini plans. New design. Modern
building. Ollloo, Jloom 5, BpreekoU lllouk.
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Celebrated High Grade Cano Manures.
We aro also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. JST. Oliletncit &ao.'s
etf This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid floor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
paraffins paint co.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BER6ER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, . President and Manager
Chms Spreckols, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Gilford, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FJtANOIBCO, OAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
J. 0. Curler President nml Manager
(I, II, KoherUou Tri-usurer
';; 1'; '"'"I Bccrutiiry
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jioii. u. u, jiuniop
n. u. iiiiuil
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advertisements and transact nil business
Office: "Bronie Block." nnmnr
Nuuann and Quoen street (upstairs).
Baxter Eugine & Boiler !
IN GOOD WORKING OllDEK.
For particulars or terms apply to
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 10, 1892.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC G-AS ENGINES.
Horizontal & Upright,
Stationary it Marino,
Gas & Gasoline Engines,
Pumps it Launchos.
5-18-tf Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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Hotary Mile for the Island of Oahu.
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Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &,
Bcott's Freight and Parcel Express.
Agent for the Burlington Route.
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P. 0. Box 415
38 Merchant st.
Honolulu, H. I.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea, and Coffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
II. J. NOLTE, Frog-
METROPOLITAN MEAT C0
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G-. J. "Waller, . . . Manager.
For Local !Ncwh
H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893.
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1 T V
unii u an
11 VII s 1
San Franoisco, j - - Cal.
- BUILDERS OF,-
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Witter Works purposes
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Sleel.Vater Pipe & Flumlng
MAIHESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
For further liartinnlnrs nml i-ntn.
R.iscion. Iron. Works,
Ban Francisco, California.
Bell 414 TELEPHONES Mutual 111
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Departure Bay Coal
12 .A. rJ703ST!
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
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HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at tho Very lowest
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By A. M. BETTENCOURP,
Veterinary Surgeon nnd Dealer in Horses,
corner iieretanla and Punchbowl sts.
tW Mutual Melephone 377. 691-tf
Honolulu Carriage Co.
BOTH TEL. No. 335.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can ho had at any hour of tho day
up to 11! o'clock at night, on turms
to suit tho times.
Hacks Hos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an ofllco for transacting all
business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale o! Bonds,
Stock and Roal Estato,
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Olllco: No. 42 Merchant street, olllco lately
occupied by thu lato Jona. Austin.
P. O. Box 65.
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ALL ACCOUNTS OWING THE FASH
lou Stable Co., (L'd), of over three
iiiontliK' ftniiillng, if not pnlilliv thuSIM
of Murcli, IWi.l, will be placed In thu lunula
of u I'ollvi'tor.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
President Punliloii Stables Co., (I.'il).
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Occidental and Oriental 5, S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following date:
. April 11, 1893
...May 11, 18!
. . . .July II, t8
...Aug. 7, 18'KI
. .8ept. 18, 18!)3
...Oct. 1(1, lbf)3
...Nov. 27, 1893
...Dec. 25, 1893
. March C, 18!)J
..April Hi, 11)1
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about tho following dates:
"CHINA" April 0,1893
"OCEANIC" May 7 1893
"GAELIC" May 29 1MB
"CITY OF PEKING".......
.Tumi IS, 1893
"CHINA" IiinolO 1S93
"ItELGIC" Juno 27 1893
"PERU" i .Iiih-7 1893
"OCHANIC" JulvlT 1MB
"GAELIC" 5.ug. 0 1893
"CITY OF PEKING" ........
Aug. 15, 1893
"OCEANIC" , . .Sept. 25, 1893
"CHINA" .Nov. (!, 1893
"OCEANIC" Dec. 4 1893
"CITY OF PEKING"
Jan. 2, 1891
"OCEANIC" ...Feb. 12. IrtH
"CHINA" March 20, 1894
"GAELIC" Mav 14 1891
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
TO YOK0- TO IIONd-
Cabin $150 00 $175 00
Cabin, round trip 4
month 225 00 2(!2 50
Cabin, round trip 12
months., 2i2 50 310 25
European Steerage... 85 00 100 00
tST- Passengers paying full fare will bo
allowed 10 percent oil' return fare if return
ing within twelve months.
CV For Freight and Pasxigo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
so' tf Agents.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis Rackets, $3.50 to .$6.
" " Nets; full court.
Tops, 5o. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, ,fl.50 to $12.
Base Balls, 10c. to $lf().
Base Ball Bats, 10a. lo 00c
Masks, $1 to $Jh
Catcher's Gloves, dOc. to $7. SO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
run AKI compj.kti: LINK OF
Royal Irish LiDn Statioocry
Full Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices,
Blank Books & Office Supplies
Tho following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hnwtliorne'.s Marble Faun:
" Women bo tboy of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with Intellect or
genius, or endow cd with awful beauty, have
always moiiic little handiwork ready to 1111
tho tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho liiigern of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion tho
woman poet cm uho it as adroitly na her
pen; tho woman's cyo, that bun ilihcnvereil
a new star, turns from lis glory to send tho
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hum of her kerchief, ortoilarmu'aMiiil
fray in her dress. And thov have greatly
the advantage of us hi this respect. The
slender thread of uilk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, geutlo iu
tercstsof life, the uoutiimiilly operating In
fluences of which do so much fur tho health
of tho character, and carry oil what would
otherwibo lieu dangerous iicciiimilutUin of
morbid buiislblllty. A vact deal of human
sympathy runs along this elwtrlu line,
streiching from thu throne to tho wicker
chair of the humblest wiiinMress, and
keeping hluh and low In a hpecius of com
munion with their kindred bring."
lloiihowlyt's, while you ply tlie uecdln,
havo you uver relli-cti-il on the vIi'IkmiihIch
of llfu'f Scntolt that vuur biihbamls pio
v.lilii for the future welfare of their fumlllcx
by at unco applying for a l'olic In the
KOIIITAIILli'Lll-K ASSURANCE hi).
I'IKTY of tho United h'tuto. No morn
miltuhhi gill could he ollcrod to joii.
bhuoc & a. j. GAHTWRiairr,
mineral Agents for the iluwallmi UIuiuIn
r.illtublu Life Aiuuruliuu Society of thu
Baukruptcy of Qovornor McKinloy
and Othor Mattors.
Govornor McKinloy of Ohio,
autlior of tho McKinloy Bill, is a
hopoloss bankrupt. This condition
ho was brought to by indorsing for
his lifelong friond Walkor. A Clovo
latid despatch of February 22 gives
tho following particulars of tho
wind-up in tho Governor's affairs.
Tho heroic conduct of his wife is to
"A plan for tho adjustinont of tho
financial affairs of Govornor McKin
le3 was ' decided upon to-day at a
conforonco of some of tho Governor's
friends. A statement received last
night showed that ho had indorsed
notes for Walkor aggregating over
.$100,000. Tho total may bo 118,000.
Mr. Kohlsaat of Chicago, Colonel
Hcrrifk and James Hoyt of this city
and others attended tho conference.
Governor McKinloy expressed a de
sire to mako an assignment of all his
proporty, and Mrs. McKinloy insist
ed upon doing tho samo with .hers.
"Tho plan finally decided upon
was: Tho Govornor in:ih mi nU.
solute assignment of all his property
10 ivoiusaai, jaorricK ana dmlgo
Day. In ordor, however, to satisfy
Mis. Kinloyts porsistont wish a deed
was exeeutod by hor convoying her
property to the trustees for the
benefit of her husband's creditors.
This deed was placed in tho hauds
of M. A. Hanna of this city to bo
dealt with according to his discre
tion. ( "When tho transfer was concluded
Governor McKinley said to an Asso
ciated l'rens representative: 'There
is little for mo to say about this un
fortunate affair. 1 did what I could
to help a friend who had befriended
mo and the result is known. The
amount of my indorsements is in ox
cess of any tiling 1 dreamed of. Mv
pioperly will be insufficient to satis"
ly my debts. What remains unpaid
1 shall execute my uote& for and pay
them as fast as i can.' "
MAXIIXST DESTINY IN J1IC1IIOAN.
Detkoit, (Mich.), February '22.
The Michigan (Jlub to-night gave its
eighth anniversary banquet celebrat
ing tho birthday of Washington.
Over 1000 persons wore present in
tho auditorium, which was hand
somely decorated. Amongthe guests
of the evening wore: Charles T.
Gorman, ox-Minister to Tho Hague;
Hoswell G. llorr, Geneial . li.
Gibson of Ohio, General Alger of
Detroit, Colonel John Atkinson,
toast master; Governor lfich oi
Michigan, Senator Higgins of Dela
ware, olophen A. Douglass of Illi
nois, and James Francis Drake, pre
sident of tho American College Lea
gue. A largo number of prominent
men sent Jotters of rogrot, among
them being President Harrison and
members of tho Cabinet.
Senator Anthony Higgins of Dela
ware replied to tho sentiment, ''Our
Manifest Destiny Annexation." He
said that under tho inevitable law
controlling our development, all our
possessions, 'Awhieh woro once tho
proporty of several othor nations,
muse beconio united under this
Government. Tho spoakur ventured
the belief that tho timo was not far
distant when Canada would unite
her destiny with us, because it is her
interest to do so. As long as Canada
remains a dependency ot Great Bri
tain wo aro liable to bo involved in
tho exigencies of a European war.
As long as she retains her hold upon
Canada she remains a military power
on this continent, and so long is
Groat Britain a continuing threat
against our peace. Because of this
wo aro thrown into a practical alli
ance with England's foes.
"liy reason of her antagonisms
with ICussia and Franco England is
to-night a silent "partner with tho
Dreibund made up of Germany,
Austria and Italy. By reason of
England's retention of Canada wo
aro bound in common interest with
Uussia and Fraiico as against Eug
land and the Dreibund. With tho
departure of British rule from the
continent will como tho union again
of the two branches in which tho
English race unfortunately has been
Jfoswoll G. Hon- of Michigan 're
sponded to tho toast, "Tho Duty of
tho Hour." Ho said that tho coun
try for tho first, limit in (! .. (,..
years was placed in tho hands of the
Democrats. Ho would have every
Kopublicnn stand by his' guns.
When any law was proposed that ho
feels sure would injure tho country
there should bo no ambiguous work
on his part. His utterance would
instantly bo one of warning and de
fiance, and whenever tho Demo
cratic party shall propose a good
measure, turn in and help them pass
it, and show that wo aro patriots
fust and partisans nftorward.
Stephen A. Douglass of Illinois
responded to tho sentiment, "Stand
by lour Guns." lie said that ho
had seen the power of tho Hopubli
can patty dwindle away for nearly a
ijuartor of a i-onturj-. A curious
spectacle had been piosonled of tho
triumph of tho doolrino of the party
jtMilf. Unit of the reasons, liu be
loved, was that there was an element
high in the councils of the Kepubli
can party and potential in its guid
ance. W 111) nil linr mil'.,.. I,,.. I I..,..., l..
publicans in convictions or who had
not the courage of their convictions.
In closing ho said: "The principles
of the Hi-publican party are not dead,
nor is tho party itself. Hut ,)Von if
what tho i-roakorii say bo true and
the liopiihlicuu parly must die, then
for God's sake let it die with its
boots on. Fighting for what it be.
liovoH to bo right, consistent with its
record uuil with ittiolf, it can afford.
to lay down its life, but it cannot
afford to givo up its priiiciplos."
In response to tho toast, "Our
Dangers and Our Duties," James
Francis Btirko, president of the
American Republican College
League, paid a glowing tribute to
tho Tate James G. Blaine, enumerat
ed the dangers into which tho Re
publicans woro liable to fall, and
spoko of their duties to tho grand
old part3. Ho closed with an appeal
to givo the young men, who aro tho
lifo and hopo of tho republic, a
R1NO RULE, HEALLY.
PiTTsnuno, Fobruary 22. After one
of tho hardest fought and most bit
tor battles in tho history of Pitts
burg, Chris Mageo concedes the elec
tion of Bernard McKenna (D.) for
Mayor by about 1000 and H. I.
Gourloy, candidate for Controller on
the samo ticket, by from J.000 to
(5000. Joseph Doniiison (R.) is elect
ed Treasurer for tho fourth time Ho
was the only Republican elected.
The majority for Harrison was -MK).
Tho election in Pittsburg is tho
final battle of a political contort
such as was never before wagod in
this citj The people, by tho now
xVustralian ballot, broke tho back of
a ring that has ridden tho city for a
dozen years and waxed rich and fat
off franchises and grants to traction
and other corporations. Thoy havo
refused any audit of tho books.
The election is accepted by both
sides as a gaugo of opinion as to the
necossity of an audit. An audit is
now assured, and it. is already said
that a number of men who havo
made fortunes- rapidly in tho last
few j-cars will soon bo packing their
grips for foreign parts.
SHUTTING THE OATES.
Wasiiinoton, February 22. Tho
Commit ten on Tmtniirr.itimi h.-iu onl
mitted to tho Senate its report on
tno mil establishing ailuitional re
gulations concerning immigration
into the United States by increasing
bj- threo the number of excluded
classes of aliens. The first aro tho
illiterate, over 1! viars nt mm -mil
speaking of these, the report saj's:
in viow oi tno alarming changes
taking placo in tho character of im
migrants swarming into tho Uuitod
States, the measuro is not a harsh
one. Aged persons, however, should
bo permitted to come and join thoir
Tho second class aro those per
sons partially or wholly disabled
from manual labor. Thoy aro to bo
made subjects of special inquiry,
and proof must bo procured that
they will not become public charges.
The third class aro persons bo
longing to societies who favor or
justify tho unlawful destruction of
proporty or lifo. Under tho prosont
law, saj-s tho report, thoy can outer
the United States, but tho measure
is proposed to remedy this condition
VICTORY FOR THE WHISKY TRUST.
Washington-, Fob. 22. A mem
ber of tho special committee to in
vestigate tho whisky trust made a
rather startling statement to-day
when ho said that nothing could bo
dono under tho Shormau anti-trust
law. This conclusion had beon ar
rived at by several mombors of tho
committee after considering all tho
testimony taken and reading all de
cisions bearing on trusts. Ouo of
these decisions is by Justice Jack
son. Trusts cannot bo reached be
cause, it is claimed, thoy do not do
interstate business, it having boon
decided that tho ownership of goods
sold coasos aWho timo of tho sale
and is transferred to tho buyer.
Washington, February 22. Tho
President has issued a proclamation
revoking tho tolls on Canadian ves
sels and cargoes in Sault Sto Mario
canal in consequeuco of tho Domin
ion Govern mont adopting au order
in council removing discriminations
against Amoricau vessels passing
through Canadian canals.
Washington, Fobruary 22. Secre
tary of State Foster to-morrow will
retire from President Harrison's
Cabinet for tho purpose of assuming
tho management of tho case of tho
United States before tho interna
tional tribunal to assotnblo in Paris
for tho arbitration of tho Bohring
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith ix, Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith k, Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elite Ico Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1111 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases, Mutual Telephone G82.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 01 Hotel
Jin. rouging uy aay, week or
."y'T"-2"0, au" &0, a u'Kht; $1
and $1.2.") a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tiniio giving instruction in private
am in daises; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakoa street
near Y, M. Q. A.
"The peoplo of this vicinity insist
on having ChamborJaiu's Cough
Kenu'dy and do not want any other,"
1W? ''."''I! V' MM'op, f L'ortland
Mills, Indiana. That is right, Thoy
know it to be superior to any other
for colds, and as a preventive and
euro for croup, and why should thoy
not insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon
son. Smith to Co., agents for tho lia,
i ' -