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VOL. VII. NO. 944.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1894.
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LEWKK8 ft OOOKB,
llurORTKR AND DCALEM IN LUMSEE AND
ALL RINDS Of Ul'ILDINII MaTERIAM.
Fort Street. Honolulu.
H. UAOKVELD 00.
Uemerai. COMMISSION Acients,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
JNO. B. MXTKXX8,
At'tTIONEERANDdENERAL HCSINSM AUINT.
Mnhukoua, Kohala, Hawaii.
Attoewky-at-Iaw anh Notary Pcmmc.
IS Kaahumanu tit..
MANi'rAiTURiNu Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds ol repairs.
Muliiemy Jllock, Fort Street.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
Tbi Ooly ColloctloB of lilud Vlivi.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Complete plans and specifications for
every description of building. Contracts
drawu aud careful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
examine plans. New designs. Modern
HulldlnKs. Olllce: Bale Deposit Uulldlng
lupsulrsj. Mutunl Telephone '20.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
riTKAM KnUINK, BUUAR MlLU, UniLERS,
Coiii.kkn. Iron, Hrahs, and Lead
Machinery of Kvery Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Bhips'
Uluuksuilthlng. Job Work executed at
W. S. LUCE,
Wine & Spirit Merchant
CAMCBKLl. FIHKPROOF HUKJK,
Merchant St., :
I USTOltOWN ATTHK AHIMMANU
tl Itanrh, a choice growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
for sale In lots In suit, li)
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFER FOR 8AI.K
ALES. CROSS A SONS'
Ctlftbnted HLgh Grade Cane Manures.
We are alio prepared to take orders for I
IsTeaara. N. Ohlandt S Oo,
Insuring prompt delivery.
AW This Is a superior Faint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Unseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier It gives a splendid lloor
Piir tank Canning; Co.'i Corned Beel
fARArriNE faint ro.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Bead's Patent Steam Plpi Coming.
JarkoM' DUnaontt, Enamel A- Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Fans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London k Lanoaahire Fire Ins. Co.,
Tkaaea and Meriey Marine Ina. Co.,
New York Life Ina, Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian lalands.
We G. Irwin & Co.
Wiu, O. Irwin,
W. M. dlllard,
Theo. 0, Porter
President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
AQKNT3 or the
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FKANOISCO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
0, It, Kobertson,
i K. F. Hilltop.
W. F. Allen
Uhas. l, Cooke
esidenl and Manager
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Bndweiser Beer
Ilrewcd liv the Anlicil?er-Ililch llrow
lug Association of St. I,ouK
-AND OF THE- '
LARGE HHII'MKSTS Jl'HT TO HAND
AND FOR MALK IJY
H. HACKFELD & GO.
EUSTACE & CO.
All kinds In any ipinntlly from a
bng to a ton.
From one bug to nny quantity.
In .fl. length nnd Snwcd or Split,
from a bng to any iiwntlty; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Between Alakaa and Rloharda Street.
rpUK UNDKH8IONKD AHB l'KK-
X. pared to nmkii all kinds of Iron,
llrnss, llrontc, Ziuu, Tin and Ivad Cast
IngH. .Mm n Ocnvrnl Kopalr Shop for
Stvnm Kugliifs. Itlco Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels, wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tlif Ulcnnlng of Co I Tee, Unstor Oils,
llcaus, lEnmlv, Sisnl, I'iiivapplo leaves and
other Fibrous I'lunts and i'aper Slock.
Alto Muuhlnon for Kxtroctlng Stnrch from
tho Manioc, Arrow Hoot, etc.
All onlers promptly at funded to
WHITE, RITMAN k CO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
"Waikiki, : : : : Honolulu.
Oelnher 27, IXtf.
IfumiiM iltflrr turli ulil-fiiihinnril llilniii
ii luttlj imiffii, ijuttt, pure air, clear ii
wnttr, fiuil ""it 'I'"' htnrmly ttintrti Amirt
ui'l brfurr hit tyrt titnj nriilii'i oier tht ISifl
fir ami tht illtlmil hllh of Hiii'mine, rrcum
atrial him eonliiillii tn the "imi Suite!."
lumiufr i.nris srKi'K.sOi.
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Ooffee
AT ALL IIOUIU1,
THE FINEST UltANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
i H. J". JTOHjTjU. DProp.
' METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
G. J. Wallor,
AFlUhT-CI.Ahh IAMII.Y HATIIINll
llesort at Wnlklkl. rutmcnra puss
the unit. Hnvoliil nrrHiicniuiit cnu tin
i msde for Fuuilly Plenle. mid Kvuiiiiig
Uathlng Pitlr. :M1
Oceanic Steamship Co.!
Australian laH Senrice.
The New and Fine At Steel Stesnnlilp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney nnd Auck
land on or about
And wilt leave for lh above
Malls and Passengers on or about
For Syiaey aitt Ancklail :
The New and Fine At Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Franclro,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch
Malls and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further particulars rrcardlni
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN CO., Ltd.,
I - Qeaaral Agiata.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Jan. '17.. .
Feb. 21., .
March 24. ..
April 21 ....
May 111 . ..
June 10 ...
for 8. F.
.. ..April a
. ... June 'il
From San FrnncUro
From Sydney for
I MONOWAI, Feb. 1.1
. ALAMKDA, Feb.
MONOWAI, May 10
ALAMKDA, June 7
MAKIPOSA, July .1
MONOWAI, Aug. 2
ALAMKDA Aug. 30
MONOWAI Oct. 2
MUMMY A I, Alir.
ALAMKDA. May 3
MONOWAI, June 2S
ALAMKDA, July 2d
MONOWAI. Sent. 20
XoTAHi 1'i'Hi.ic, Collector mi Oknkhm.
I llllKINKNa AllKNT.
i Hnb-ngcnt for Hcvnrnl of the lle.t FIUK
Mutunl Telephone H. I'. O. llox 3S.
Mcruhaut Street, Honolulu.
E. A. .IACOBSON,
WaTCIIMAKKU AND tlKWKI.KIt
Vl Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
P. O. llox 287. Mutunl Tele. 41..
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KSTIMATK8 AND CONTIIACT8 ON
ALL KINDS OF WOUK.
O'ni'Ri With Wright llroi... : Fort Street.
OK. S. ASA NO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. ll NUIIANC AVKNUK.
()pite Kugle House, Honolulu.
Mutuul Telephone 211.
DR. J. ITCH I DA,
Physician fc Surgeon
NO. ft KI1KIM LANK.
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OR. C. W. MOORE,
Hon Van NenH Ave, S. 1'., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for FaUents.
SI.KCrKICITY IN NKHVOI'H IMHKMKx.
tW Dr. Moore oilers Invalids all the
comforts of home, with eoustnut nnd care
ful treatment, defers to II. It. Mucfatlauu.
For Locitl News
IN OONNHOTION WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
TUE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
G. P. R. are
GK Second .
JW Class 9
.misnnd -.nwr-a .... , - ...,.,
Bnwvvu uum un uv -v...U.
EUROPE, aho to
For Fiji and Sydney:
STKAMKItS SAIL On KAI'H MONTH.
Freight and Faasanger Agenti:
D. McNICOI.L, Montrcnl, Canada.
H01IKUT KKItlt, VlnnlK-K, Oauadn.
M. M. HTKltN, San Kmuolsco, Cnl.
O. Mil- lillOWN. Vmiconver, It. 0.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S, S. Go.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their wny to the above
' ports on or about the folio Incdntesi
Stiur "CHINA" . . Feb.S. IMH
Stmr ''OCKANIC" . . . Muroh fi, IWH
Himr "CHINA" .. April HI. 1NM
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the Mkjtc Contauies will
call at Honolulu on their wny from Hong.
Eouganu TOKounuia to me nooveportnn
or nltout the following dates:
.Feb. 12, IMH
March 'Jl, 1K!U
.. May 14, IM
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 12
mouths . . . isir.' ao :ilil 25
Kuro)icau 8tevrng . H6 ll Hsu 00
Cay Passengers mylng full fnre will be
allowed 10 percent oil return tare If return
ing within twelve mouths.
For Freight and Pu"inge npply to
H. HACKFELD k CO.,
jut tf Agenta.
IIKTWKF.N WAIKIKI, THK PAltK,
SANHHOIICI, DIAMOND HK.VD
2:00 p. in.
I.KWK CIIK. HIKT
AMI KIMI r.
II SOU "
Itniiun i cents. Wai-
klkl, 10 cunts;
Sans Siiuel und Diamond
Hcuil. I.'i cents: round trio. 2.) cents:
children uiuler 12 jenrs, half price.
:m NtruANir kt.
Next 'lixir .Mnrcliiiiit'x Kxcliiiuge,
New Goods and Latest Styles !
I'EM'KIT FIT Ol'AHANTEEl).
tW i'uiioiiier getting udilitioiinl suits
uiU receive u reiliirlluu of $5 utid $1 0 re
duction on puntr. Irjl-Um
ImI'OIITKII M IlKU.I'l! in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Sboes
i Mo. 103 irort Sti-eot
I OHAS. GIRDLER,
nutri r imcikiiik or
KNilLIHH AND COSTINKNIAI.
! XDry Q-oods
I Mo, IS KmiiIiiiiiisiiii strevl.
I ace than II C I ina I
bTOO lllaU Ut Oi L1UP (
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- , m.ini nsnrn oTirra ..
.v ...., w.... ... ...
Fill ia STDRET.
For Victoria aid Vanconter B. C:
HTKAMKKH SAIL Feb. :i. Feb
1, May I, May .11, July t, July 31
CssT For Tickets and Oeneral Informa
tion apply to
I THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
I Agtnltfor the lltiuatfan hlnmh.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. C. Wildee, Pres. H. II. Ids. rc.
Curt. J. A. Kiku, Port Supl.
Will leave Honolulu at :
Lahalna. Maalaea ilav
I u .. .....I.I.... .a
ntiil Mnkeun tlir
sameday; Mahtikou.t, Knwulhnunnd l.nii-
panoenoc tun loimning ilny, nrnving at
llllo at miilnlnkt.
1 Keturnlng leaves llllo, touching at l.au
tiahoehoe same day, Kannlhne a. m.; Ma-
i liukona 10 a. m.; Makena 4 r. .; Maalaea
, Hay Ur. M.; Ijihalna rt r. M. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu ti a. m. Wlnn.
nays ami aaiuniavs.
AltltlVKM AT HONOl.l'Ll'i
Wednestlay Feb. .1
No Freight w ill ! received
vt iifMMi on ilny oi railing.
A OAVIEa. Coamaaa'ar.""
' Will leave Honolulu werv Tuesday at ft
1 r. m., touching at Kubulul, Huelo, llniia,
Hamoa and Klpahulii,
' Itetumliig will arrive nt Honnlulu every
No Freight will
! recelveil -liter
4 r. m. on iiayol tailing,
lonmguees must Ih nt tlie lamlUim
receive their Kreliilit. ns we will not liold
ourielves rcMioiiilble after sueh Freight
lias lieeu Imiiled.
While the Company will use due dili
gence In handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any reon4lhliliy In caw of the
lot of mine.
The (Vimpnny will not be respotulhle for
Money or Jewelry unless phtced In t lie care
I'KIt IIAItK "C. D. IIHYANI.
or all stvi.ks;
! Carpets, Rugs and Hats
In the latest Pitttrn,
HAND 8BWINQ MACHINES,
All with the Latent luiprnveiiietilii.
-AIJM IN HAND -
WES TERM AY KITS
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO,,
Kill); htri'et, opim. CiihiIi. ,V I'.Niki.
ALL PAIITIKH DKSIIUNtl It) (III III
Wnlnkenkiin Fulls In tiitiuu Vullej
Mre hereby requesttsl to obtain a ierinls
slim from the uilderslKlied. otherwise the)
will be procoutd (or trVpns II found on
Hie premises wltliout sitclj irmiluu.
, , ,d JAB.l. IIOYD
I at tho Und Olllce, Hupremr Court lliiild-
1 Uonolitlu,JunlT,lBU8, 7&HJ
Wisdom of Ants,
"i omi H)M-nmti. Alljlmi, N.
A soiontilie writer tolls tLis inter
ostiug incident in relation to ants.
Knowing tho writer well wo holiuvo
what bo says.
"One day Inst summer, at tint farm
houo in " Northern I'onnsylvauia
hon I was staying, ouo of tin? hired
inuii brouirht in from tho garden an
immense tomato worm and laid it on
tIo front porch for mo to look at a
great, fat, hideous looking, green
worm, easily three inchos long aud
na till. nrMltwl fid 111V lltllfitr. l,1ll tl'ltll
n horn In its Mioitt nearly n quarter
ol an ineli in lungtli. lien l was
?mliiiuif the worm whero it lay a
rWUlWIl IKOWIl fttlt
big reddish brown mil enme up
, IbrotiKh n crack m tho lloor Iroin
1 5utuuvlioro uitilor tho porch. Tho
' nut wni nearly half an inch lung.
There i a black nut up there also,
that is much more powerfully built
than tho rod one, but not so loug,
and between tin two races there is
a deadly enmity.
Tlu red nut" oatiie into night a
' much as four fuel away from whero
tho dead tomato worm lay, but I
coul) sou by its action that it
' scented tho big cnrras, just a plain
ly at I could have shoii bv the ac
tions of a dog in the Held that he
i had got ffccul of a bird. I lie ant
ran here and there, to and fro, up
and down, stopping eterv few sec
onds to lilt its head as high as it
could, and iiioiug it about as if to
take wind of it game, aud then re
suming its hunt, all tho time draw
ing toward tho worm. 1 guess it
must have been three or four min
utes before (he ant got the direct
lino of the worm, when about a foot
away. Thou it dashed straight for
it, and if anything showed surnrise,
it was that nut when it brought up
alongside tho big carcass. It stood
stock still for at least a quarter of a
minute, with its head raised looking
up at the htigu proportions of tho
find it had made, much as n man
might if ho had conic suddenly upon
a stranded whale. It first surprUo
over tho nut ran two or three inches
uwny from the worm, and turned
mid viewed it from a distance. Thou
it dashed back and around to the
other side of the carcass and in
spected it there, passing nil along
it, as if pacing olT its length. Then
the nut climbed upon the worm aud
ran over every part of it, even climb
ing tho horn and taking n survey of
the lioud from tho tip of thai, after
which it came down to the lloor,
and struck n bee line for the crack
it hnd come up through and ditap
jonrod,iu tho (aiuo.opening.
''Ahl" said I, Intighiug to Jtiysulf.
"Ho ran up against too much of n
good thing, nnd ha gone olf to kick
himself because he couldn't handle it.
"Hut I soon found out that I
I didn't know ants. I looked the
tomato worm over for two or three
niinute longer, and was about to
' kick it oir tin porch, when I saw the
aut suddenly appear ngaiu nt the
crack, followed by two others ns big
I as itrfidf Alt 1itnii.li tliitm lent tin
diircrcucc in (he appearance of the
three nuts, there was no mistaking
which was the aut that had discover
ed the dead tomato worm, for it
emtio straight toward it ngniu. iuthe
load of the other two. When thoj
reached the carca, mid hnd
looked it over, tho three nuts got
their heads together and seemed to
be holding a consultntioii. They
evidently agreed on the proper
course to pursue, for ouo of them
went tearing bnck to the place they
had come from, while tho other two
acted as if they were calculating tho
dimensions mid weight of tho worm.
"The aut that wont back to head
quarters, wherever it was, wasn't
long gone, mid when ho reappeared
ho was followed by n small tinny of
big rod ants. There must have been
a hundred or more of them, mid they
swarmed about t he carcass for awhile
in mi apparently aiinle.-s and discon
certed way, but prcrcutly they got
down to business. At fiml they tried
to pull the curensn along bodily by a
row of ants getting on each side and
others getting nt the front aud rear,
but enough could not gel a hold on
the worm to make this n success.
Then tho nuts massed themselves on
ouo sido of tho carcass and made a
grand effort to roll it. Thoy suc
ceeded in turn'tig tho worm over un
til tho big horn struck the lloor, mid
that stuck them again. After fran
tic rushiiigs about by tho body of
nuts they were got in hand by thu
ones who wore engineering tho job,
and taking advantage of tho horn's
being nti obstruction to the moving
of thnt end of tho hotly, they shoved
tue inner una clear around ttutil it
lay in the opposite direction, which
I brought the horn on the side they
hnd first rolled the carcass from.
I Then thoy gave the worm another
I roll, until the horn struck, when thoy
twirled tho body around ngniu, nutl
i once more had it m they could roll
it n before. In this wny thov labor
1 ed patiently and industriously until
they got the carcass all the wny to
'tho crnck. Then there was dis
may! A grave engineering error
had been made. Tho sue of tho
crack had not been considered
iu laying tho plans for tho
transportation of the worm to tho
place where they wauled it, and it
was ninny si.es loo mnall to lei the
grent worm pass through. Ants
, ran frantically up and down tho
'crack its entire length, plainly
, searching for some possibly siillicieut
I widening of it Ulliers gathered in
ecited groujis, probably denounc
ing the stupidity of the engineers
who had made suuh a terrible blun
der. The nut nest was evidently
under the porch, aud there was no
(GWinuof on llh lijje.)