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VOL. VII. NO. 953.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, FEBKl'AUY 9, 181)4.
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nnds. Daniel Iognn, editor, resides on
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LEWEBS & COOKE,
lllirORTKRS AMD DkALKM IN LtlMRER AND
all kinds or Uuilmno Materials.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOKFELD ft CO.,
Ueneral Commission Auents.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer and General Uhsiness Auent.
Mahilkoua, Kobala, Hawaii.
Attokney-t-Law and Notary Public,
No. 13 Kaahumanu Bt., Honolulu.
Kuknl Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Moluerny lllock, Fort Street.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
Tbe Only Collation of Island Views.
O. B. RIFLEz,
Complete plans and specifications
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and cureful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
examine plans. New designs. Modern
Uulldlngs. Oillce: Safe Deposit llulldlng
upstairs. Mutual Telephone 'JOS.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Hteam Knuines, Suoar Mii.lh, Hoilers,
Cmu.KRH. Ikon, IIhahs, and Leap
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Ulncksmlthing. Job Work executed at
Blinrt Not lee.
AFIIIST-OLASB FAMILY BATHINO
Hesort at Walkiki. Tramcars pass
the gate. Special arruugouiunts can be
mado for Family Picnics and Kvenlng
Uatlilng Parties. 6HH-tf
Cement Sidewalks &; Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds of
BTONK.CONCUKTK ft PLASTKU WOHK
YSfc. C'ONCRETK A Hl-ECIAI.TV "WX
JOHN P. BOWLER
IxroHTKIl AMI IlKALCn IN
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Sboes
No. lOS Fort Strent.
- nuiKi'i iMi'imritH or -KNOLISH
No. 10 Kaahuiuauu street.
IE G. IRWIN & GO.
OFFER FOH BALK
ALEX. CROSS A SONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. N. OHlandt. St Oo.'a
Insuring prompt delivery.
.ir .1119 IB Wk JUIPCilUI I lll. UM. wit-
turning less pigment than Linseed Oil. ami
giving a lasting brilliancy to color?.
Used with drier It gives a splendid lloor
fl.l- I. - ....!.. Il..t..( f ll ...,
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
rARArriNK paint co.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Bead's Patent Steam Pipe Cowing.
Jarboet' Diamond, Enamel A- Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London A Lancashire Piro Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BER6ER,
Qeneral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin,
W. M. 01 Hard,
Theo, 0. Porter
President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
- AND -
AUENTS OF THE -
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
- AND -
P. (!. Jones
0, 11. Robertson.
K. F. lllshop.
W. F. Allen
I). M. Cooke
I). M. Cooke
C. L. Carter )
FUR DARK "C. D. RRYANT."
or all styles;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
In the Ulet Patterns,
HAND SEW1NQ MACHINES,
All with the Illicit Improvements.
-ALSO ON UAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO,,
King Street, opt). iftli ft Cooke.
Ill -A ROTH TKLKPHONKS tB III
All kinds in nny quantity
bag to a ton.
From one Img to nny iituntlty.
In Lit. lengths and Sawed or Split,
from a bug to nny quantity; also
WIUTK & BLACK SAND
Between Alakoa and Richards Streets.
UNDr.llSinNKI) AUK PICK-
mired to make nil kinds of Iron.
llruss. Ilroure. Zinc. Tin mid U-ad Cast-
lugs. A I ho a Oeneral Itepalr Hhon for
Steam KiiKiues. Itleu Mills, Corn Mills,
Wuter Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for thr Cleaning of CoHWt, Castor Oils.
Ileans, Iliimle, Sisal, Plneiipilp leaves Hint
other Fibrous PIhiiIs mid Puper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, etc.
All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN CO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki, .: : : : Honolulu.
ttfti'litr W. .
imiuiir ilmire 'licit olil-fnihiimetl lUiinji
im Imtlj) tctnrrii, initt, jturt nlr, rltur itil
miltr, tjtnul will iiml linn fitly mn'f tt Iiiihii
out lirj'ure hi tyri ritty eitnimj mer the I'nci
lie imii thr illtlitnl hillt lliimmir, rtrmif
nirinl hi in ennliiillii In thr "Sum Smirl."
Ui I 111! Ill' l.nl'IS sT.T.WSO.V
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST UUANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAT.S ON UAND.
H. J. ISrOLTE. Prop,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
' Wholesale and Retail Butchers
O. J. Wallor,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Hall Service.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Ut the Uceanlc Bteamshlp Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Malls and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt deMiatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned arc now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further nartlculars rriranlltia
Freight or Passage apply to
. 0. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
Feb. 3 1
March Jl. .
April 21 . .
June 10 . .
for S. F.
. . March .1
. .. April 3K
. ...May Vti
From San Francisco
From Sydney foi
MONOWAI, Feb. 1.1 1 AI.AMKHA. Feb.
ALAMKDA, Feb. 25 i MAKII'OSA. ;,w.
MONOWAI. Ai.r. .1
MONOWAI, May IU
ALAMKDA, June 7
MAKIPOSA, July .1
MONOWAI, Aug. J
MONOWAI Oct. ai
ALAMKDA, May 3
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
Oceanic Steamship Go.
IN SAN FHANCISfO,
IIusIhcii Kemoved from :t.'7 Market
1IJH MOXTUOMKKY Sl'ltKKT,
(I'MlKH Ol'I'IIIENTAI. IIOIKU)
tf From this date all coiiiuiuulca.
., . ...!..,...- ... .1.. il... I .....
I nuns puriuiniiig in iiiu oiin rrunciM-u
i-eugur iHiiiuess suoiiiu lie mmii to niu new
OIIUmi, 13S Montgomery Street.
WM. G. IRWI.1 & CO., L'D,
(leneral Agents, Oceanic Bicnmhlp Co, at
NllTOIV PCIII.II', CoLI.ECTOIt AMI (IKMKO.
Sub-ugeut for Several of the Hot PI UK
Mutual Telephone H. P. 0. llox ;w.
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
K. A. JjVCOHSOX,
W.Vrcil.MAKKIt AN'D tlKWKI.KIt
MU Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
P. O. Jlox JS7. Mutuul Tele. I
WM. DA VIES,
Hhkikh : and : Stuvkdoiik
estimates and conthact8 on
ALL KIND OF WOltK.
0iik: With Wright llrus.,
Fori Street .
DK. C:. W. MOORK,
Hon Van Nhkh Ave, 8. F Cnl.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
KI.KCTHU'ITV Itt NKIlVOI'h lUHKAriM.
tW Dr. Moore oilers invalid- nil the
comforts of homo, with couioiiut and care
ful treatment Itufers to II, It. Miicfarlani!.
)l. S. ASA NO,
Physician &, Surgoon
NO. IM NUUANI' AVKNUK.
Oppoiite Kilgle Hollhii, lllilloliilil.
Mutuul Telephone -Ml.
1)U. ,1. I'CIIIDA,
1K..,.5 !.. 0. CJ. ............
llVSU'lllll Ov OUri()()ll
No. ft KtJKIM LANK.
Cauadir Aiioiralian Steamship Line
- - IN OONNBOTION WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
G. P. R. are
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
THROUGH TICKETS hutted from Honolulu lo CANADA, UNITED STATES and
EUROPE, also to FIJI anl SIDNEY.
For Fiji and Sydney:
I STEAMERS BAIL Sin EACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agents:
D. MeNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
R01JKRT KKltlt, Winnipeg, Caunda.
M. M. BTKRN, Sun FrancK'o, Cal.
II. McL. RROWN, Vancouver, II. C.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONQKONQ.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call al Honolulu on tlielr way to the above
Krts on or about the following datcst
Stmr "CHINA" ..
Murt.li f. IK'II
April Hi, IMI
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For SAN FRANCISCO.
HtraniiT of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on t nor way from Hong
kong and okoliainn to the above ort on
ornhout the following dates:
Feb. r. I MM
March '.il, IH'.U
May II, IMM
RATES OF PASSAGt AKE AS FOLLOWS:
f I7A W
ininu, rouiiu irip i
Cabin, loiiiid tilp 12
H.1 is I
Pnis-onuers i.:ivine full fare will Ixi
allowed IU wrifiit oil' return fare If return-
I Ing within twelve mouths.
For Freight mid Passnge apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
IIKTWKKN WAIKIKI, TIIK PAUK,
.SANs SOUCI, DIAMOND HKAD
'J:ui p. in.
I KA VIC COH. KlIMT
AMI KI.M1 sr.
1l:0U u. m.
ft: 10 "
I'ari". to ltlllo Itance i cent. Wul-
klkl, In cent; Sans Souci and Diamond
lleml, Li cents; round trip, Zi cents;
child rcn uiuler I'J years, half price.
F. SMITH. Proprietor.
The. (fraud Clearuiicii Sale, to retire
this store, from hu-lnos, w 111 lake place
Thursday, Feb. 1st,
when a dollar will puiclnie mote In
value tliiili ever before.
U0 ('itouierA are bound to have
good goods there tiling. ' v-ll Hm.If,
MRS. 0. E.
i'i MTDANl' ST.
Nexl door .Meiehilllt - Kxchillige.
Hew Goods and Latest Styles !
I'EHFEIT FIT (iL AIJANTEED.
IW i'ulniiiiiri M''ttuig additional miii
hUi recti ve ii re Imiieii of f'liiudfl Ore.
llllCtlllll Oil pilllth. ''.'I .'Im
ALL Al COUNTS DUK 'lo Till. FIRM
til Yuen Kei (lino of l.ilim , hiiilin,
huve been placed for colliction Willi Mr.
Paul Neiiiii.itin, iittrtie-iil-lnw, .'III Mer
chant inet, llotiolulii. N. .Motiwur in
Mr. Paul Seiiniuiili's olhui t authorized
Hii nicle mid reciliil fur their piivnifiit.
I All -t.oii. mdeHul te Mid tlrui are re-
, .,ii. ..I,., I in miiili ilieir in eoiinls mid save
loals of litigation.
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Uuuvlulu, Jan. I5i 1WL
$4 A First I .B0 ikon II c I in a
P1V Class woa mm " " "w
For Victoria aid Vancouver B. C:
STEAMERS BAIL Feb. 'J!. April I. May I.
May 31, July 1, July 31, ll.
For Tickets and (leneral lufornin
tlou apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO..
AgtnUor the lltiuitliitn hlawli.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. C. Wilder, Pres. B. II. Ros. Her.
Cai-t. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu all! i . m.. touching at
Lahalna. Maalaen lliiv and Mukclia the
nitiiii iIrv! Mnhiiktinit. IwHunlliiit ntnl Ijtn.
..-... v-rf . . ...,...., ...... .
lulioclioe tliu lollowlug day. arriving at
LKAVKB IIONOl.lTI.il i
Tuesday , .
Tuuifa y .
I'cli. in i
. April jo I
. "'" v. ,
.IlllV S I
.... . Aug. A
. . .. . Supt. 'Jl
. . Nov. II
.... .. Nov. IU
Itettirnlug leaves Ililo, loiichlug at l.sii
ahoehoe smile day; Kuwailiue A. x. Ma-
llikimii 111 a. u.: Milkeluk I l. u.! Mnalnen
Hay llr. m.; lihulua n i m. tlie following
day; arriving at Honolulu i a. m, Wedues.
AllltlVKS AT HONOLULU:
Wrdliedii) Feb. II
Siiturdiiy .. Fell. Jl
Weducmlay March 7
Siiturilii) ... -Murcli 17
WuducMlay March 'JS
buturday . April 7
Wcilucday .. , April l.s
Sutiirday ....April J
Wediicvliiy ... .. . May !
Saturdu May III
Wednesday. .. MuyiJO
Saturday June u
Saturday June .Hi
Wcdnu.-du) . .July II
! Wednesday ... . . Aug. I
Saturday . Aug. II
Wednesday .. . . Aug. 'JJ
Sttlurdiiy . . .Sept. 1
Wednesday Sept. 1J
, Sutiirduy Bcpl. JJ
Wednesday .. , Oct. 'A
I Saturday Oct. Ill
Wtidiitmluy .Oct. 'J I
Sutiirduy ' . . Nov. II
Wednesday . Nov. II
Sutiirday Nov. Jl
WducMluy .Dec. .'i
Saturday . Duo, l.'i
, WtHlneiday . Dec. Ju
j 19 No Freight will lie received after
i l'J noon on day of .ailing.
; Stmr. CLAUDINE,
I CAMERON, Commandor,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesda
l'. M., touching at Kuhulul, Mucin,
Hauioii and Kipaluilu.
Iteturiilug will arrive at Honolulu ever)
' Sunday morning.
No Freight will be received alter
u. on day oi bulling,
Consignees must be ut the landings lo
receive their Freight, as we will not
ourselves restHJiisllile afinr ueh Freight
has been lauded
I While the Company n ill use due dili
gence In liuudllug Live Stoik, we decline
loussuiiie any resHiusiliility in ciiav of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be rusousible for
Money or Jewelry unless pluccii in the care
1 of Pursers.
ALL IIILI.S DUK AtlAINST THK Ho
nolulu Itoud Hoard in future, are re
iiuo.ited to be pri'Mmtotl at the. oillce of the
Road Kiipervioor of Honolulu on Hid :'utii
of each uioiitli. olherwie the willhcux
umpt from iIihI mouth's climate and like,
ly not to he iiiod for one or two uioutliN
alter. Ily order of the Honolulu Ro.id
Hoard, W. II. ITMMINUS.
sis'-lf Itoud r)Upervlor. lloi.elulu
ALL PARTI KS DKslRl.NO TO (IO III
Wiilukeakua Fulln in Milium Yalle)
lire hereby reipiested to obtain a strnii
sloii from the undersigned, uthvrwUc they
will be prosecuted for trespass II found on
i the premises without such permission.
J AS. II. 1IOYD.
at the Laud Oillce, Supreme Court llulld
lug. Honolulu, June 17, lbUS, 7W-tl
FAMOUS FANE BURIED.
Oreat Damascus Mosquo Destroyed -Legand
of St. John the Baptist.
Wasiiisoton, January lfi. Private
letters received liuro from American
travelers iu Asia statu that tho great
tnosipic at Damascus, otio of the
most famous buildings in the world,
has been destroyed by fire, a fact
that has been auppressod by tho
Turkish authorities. Underneath
the building was a cave in which the
head of John the Haiitist was said
to bo preserved iu a golden casket.
Authorities havo tliotiuht it highly
I probable that this was the site of
I tho Temple of Itiiuinon, and that it
became iu after time tno seat oi
worship of Jupiter. In tho fourth
century it was turned into a church
and de'dicated to John tho Baptist,
ami it was 8ubejuontly seized by
the followers of .Mohammed.
Tho great mopii' a by far the
mo4t important building Iu the city
of Damascus. It stood in the north
west portion of the city, near tho
Kiver linrmla. occupying a itino
ratigle lil'l yards long by IDS wide.
'Along the north side was an open
court, surrounded by cloisters, rest
ing on pillars of marble, granite ami
Tho tuiKipn extended along tho
entire south ido of the court, its
interior dimensions being l:il by I'J.'i
feet. It was diideil into three aisles
, of equal breadth by two ranges of
coriulhiau columns "twenty-two feel
high, supporting round arches. In
I I he center was" a huge dome, resting
; on four massive pier-, beneath which.
, it is said, the head of John tho Hap
list, preserved iu a golden casket,
' lies buried in a cave The tnosuuo
i 1.-.1 i .... i ..i.:.. i.
IMIt tllllll lilllltll,',.'-. .IIU .! 1111,
was 2.VI feet high, and upon it, ac
cording to the Mo-leiii tradition.
Jesus was to doccud on the day of
Tlii tiiosmio un undoubtedlv tho
site of the Temple of Ititumoii ineu-
tioneu iu z Mugs v i. ami mat u
became in after limes the seal of the
worship of Jupiter. When Chris-
'"inity became the established reli-
giou of the li).aiiline eiutiiro the
great leinple was converted into a
l'l",r,'l' al"' dedicated to St. John
the llaptist. There is a tradition
that the monk who had charge of
. .. . .
i"W eoiuce p acei tie lead oi lis
!...':.. i i. ,i...
the head of it
I"""1 r.iiuv III , Uiltl' oi'liuili ll lie
In the sev-'titli ceiiturv Dluuacu
fell into the hamls of the Mohniu-
iiieiians anil the clutrcli was oecu-
pieii ty .MiHk'ini arnll. Iiroliaiif, the
former taking tin- eastern pari, while
the latter were allowed the use of
the western purl ion. The division
tliil not last lone;, and in a short time
the Christian were not only expell
ed from their place of worship, hut
were forliidden to enter tho i ileitis
lire of the tacred ed i lice. When the
Christ inns were expelled tho Mruo
turo was transformed into .lami'a es
Soiyed Vehj-as, or the MoMpio of St.
The slxle ami workmanship of
three periods were ilistiii(,'uishalile
iu the litiihliiiK- There were the
massive foundations and exterior
colonnades of a Greek or Itouiau
temple, and tho round topped wiu
dowo and ornamental doorway of an
early Christian chinch, Over the
main entrance was the followine; in
dentition iu Greek: "Thy Kinidoni,
i (- Christ, is an everlasting Kingdom,
i and Thy dominion emlureth
tliroiigliotil all generations." Then
there were the minarets, dome and
arcades of Saracenic origiu,
Hound the unique were traces of
an immense court, 1100 find long by
StXI feet wide, encompassed by colon
nades similar to those of the temple
of Herod iu .lertt-alem and the tem
ple of the stm at l'almyra,
Oll'onded a Brithur Scot.
Robert Louis St ovcii-ou has arous
ed tho ire of the "Loudon Scotsman"
by Home remarks he is reported to
have made in Public during his re
cent visit to Honolulu. His topic
was Scottish history, which he de
clared to have been "a long brawl."
He further expre.etl an absence of
sympathy for the Covenanters, and
wound up by describing Mary (jiieeu
of Scots as "rather a good fellow."
As to the character of this unhappy
monarch, whether she was a inoiisler
or a martyr.there will probably never
be agreement, although there in a
tendency now to ascribe her mis
fortunes less to original Mti than to
her too great attractiveness as a
woman, but when Mr. Stown-uii fell
into such levity of speech he must
have foigotten that his compatriot--,
are believed to "joke wt' great dce
feeculty." Steven.-on is perhaps the
most envied of all popular writers,
but fame has its drawback if one
cannot cut a little harmless joke iu
an out -of the-wa corner like Hono
lulu without being hauled before
tlu liarof the Loudon procs. -.Vimou
Lito I MiHury
To luanv tieople who have the taint
i oi scrofula iu I heir blood. Iheago-
j nies cati.-ed b the dreadful running
' sore-, anil oilier manifestations of
this disease are lieyond dicripiiou.
There is no other remedy equal to
1 Hood's Sar.aparilla for hcrofula,
sail rheum and every form of blood
disease. It is rci'tMiunhlv sure to
benellt all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Fills cure all liver ills.
.1 kiiul of Commi rcuxi J'rintiiiy
jromjjy rircultd nt low rain at Ita