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VOL. VII. NO. 958.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, FKBIU'AUY l., 18!M.
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ALL KINDS OF llUILUINU MATERIAL.
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H. HACKFELD ft 00.,
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Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
miction given when required. Call and
examine plant,. New designs. Modern
liiilldlngs. Oltice: Safe Deposit Uulldiiig
upstair.. Mutual Telephone. 'Jus.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Bteam Knuiniw, Suiiar Mum, Roh.krh,
Cooi.kus. Iron, Ehahh, anu Lkai
Machinery of Kvery Description Made to
Order. Particular utteutlou paid to Ships'
Hlueksniithlng. Job Work executed at
XX Kuaort at
Wttlklkl. Trilliieurs misu
the gate. Special arrangements can be
made for Family Picnics uud Bveuliig
Untiling Parties. 5HH-U
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Bstlmates given on all kinds of
8TONK, CONCRETE A- PLASTER WORK
I'llNCKKTE A Sl'ECIAI.rV
JOHN F. BOWLER.
lMI'ORTKII ami Dklkh in
Gent's, Ladles1 and Children's Boots, Sboes
No. 103 Fort Street.
IUIIKCT IMI'OIITKII Of -
BNtlLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No, In KaNhnmaiiu street.
WM. G. IRWIN & GO.
OFFRK FOR BALK
ALII. CROSS A BONB1
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manares.
We are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. N. Otxlanclt Ac Oo.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
tf This Is a superior Paint Oil. con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
brilliancy to colors.
It gives a splendid lloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornod Boo!
rRArriNK i-aint co.'t
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel A Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum I'ans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London k Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. Irwin,
W. M. Ultlurd,
Theo. 0. Porter
President and Manuger
. . . . Vice-President
Secretary uud Treasurer
AGENTS OF TIIK
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
P. C. Junes
(I, II. Robertson.
B. F. lllshop.
W. F. Allen
(). M. Cooke
0. L. Curter
PEE HARK "C. D. EEYANT."
OF ALL STYLES;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
In the Latest Patterns;
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with the l.:ilet Improvement-..
ALSO ON HAND
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King Street, opiio. Cu-llu A: Cooke.
UI- ROTH TELEPHONES CW III
All kinds in any ipiautlty from a
bug to a ton.
From one bag to any quantity.
In l-ft. lengths and Sawed or Split,
from a hug many ,Uiinitty; alto
WIHTK& IlLACK SAND
Betwoen Alakea and Richards Streets.
TUB UNRERSKINED AKB
J. pareil to maku all kind.
Units, llronre. .Inc. Tin and I .ml Cunt
lugs. AImi a (Jciieral Repair Shop for
Steam Engines, Kicti MIIIh, Corn Mills,
Wutcr Wheels. Wind Mill. etc. Machines
for the Cleaning of Collie, Cantor Oils,
lleaiix, Hutu If, bisul, Pineapple leaven and
other Fibrous Plants and Puicr Stock.
AImi Machines for Kxtnictlug Sturrli from
the Manioc, Arrow ltoot, etc.
Itf All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
litiiuonf tlrfirr mrli iilil-fiithinneil lliimji
an tuitiif ncfnrrtt, imft, put nit, ettiirimi
unlit, jiiinl final iiml heiu'nili muiflt liiui'i
mil Itrfme lii fjifn in ni iirniiiil mer the 1'itt'i
in null the ilittimt litI of U'ii'iiihui-, rrcmif
infiul hiin fimtiilllii tn tltr ".ni .Siiiifi."
imuuni' uiciii sri: :..m.v.
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and OolTee
AT ALU HOURS,
THE FINEST ..HANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OS HAND.
KC. J. NOLTE, .Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
;;j,,"M,,nrla. J. Walter, . . . Muiiunur.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for Die above port with
Malls and Passengers on or about thatdate.
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 despatch with
Malls and Passengers for the above forts.
The undersigned are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further n.irtlrnlnrt rni.nr.llin.
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN ft CO., Ltd.,
pi Otntrtl Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
March '.'I. .
April -.'1 .. .
June 1(1 . .
for 8. K.
.. March :i
From San Francisco
.Irrfie Huixitiil .
From Sydney for
ALAMBDA, Feb. 8
MAItll'DSA, Mur. S
MONOWAI, Ai.r. .',
ALAMBDA, May 3
MONOWAI. Sent, fl)
MONQWAI, Feb. 15
ALAMBDA, Feb. itt
MONOWAI, Mav in
ALAMBDA, .limn 7
MAI.II'OSA, July 5
MONOWAI, Aug. 1
ALAMBDA, Aug. 30
MONOWAI Oct. I.
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
Oceanic Steamship Go.
IN SAN FItANt'lt:o,
Hat been Itumoved from
UIS MOXTUOMKIIY StIIK
&f From this date all loinmiinicii
tloiis pertaining to the San Frunrl-eu Pu.
ellglr lliitiuets should be eut to tliQ neu
Oillcc, Ills Montgomery Street.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'D,
Ueeuiilc niuamslilp i
niuamshlii Co. ut
Niitiky Prm.i)', Coi.i.Krroii tu (Ikm'hii.
Suli-iigent for Several of the Rest FIRE
Pa'i'iiteeof Lokk's Ciikmo i, Comcoiinii for
Clarifying Cune Julre.
Mutual Telephone K. P. 0. ltox XiH.
Mercliaut Street, llomilulu.
E. A. JACOIISOX,
Watciimakf.h AND tl KWF.l. :u
.'A'! Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
, O. llox Ml. Mutual Tele.
mi. c. w. Moouio,
UOu Van Nvt Avo S. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
KI.K, Illicit Y IN I.UVOl's iusi:ahi.
Moore otters Invallilt all the
iiiino, with couttiiut and cure-
Helen, to ii, it. .Miirmrmnc,
I)K. S. ASA NO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. Wi NIH'ASI' AVENl'i:.
Oppotile Eagle House, - Honolulu,
Mutual telephone '.'II.
1)H. .1. I'UIIIDA,
Pliysiciun & SiirgH.on
NO. ' 1.1'M'I LANE
rpur. I'NDEIttlUS'ED PREPARED
1 to make all kinds of 1'oinlistoue Rail
ings, llumuicrcd Iron Work, etc., etc.
Estluiutes on application.
Union Street, at Sterling's Paint bliop.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
IN OONMHIOTION WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOURIST
C. P. R. are
THR00OB TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to CANADA, UNITED STATES and
EUROPE, alio to FIJI and SYDNEY.
For Fiji and Sydney:
STEAMERS SAIL Sin BACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agents:
I). MiNICOI.L, Montreal, Canada.
ROHERT KERR, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. STERN. !an Frunelteo, Cal.
(I. McL. HROWN. Vancouver, 11. 0.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co J
Occidental and Oriental S,S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and H0NQK0NQ.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call al Honolulu on their way to the above
porta on or about the following dates:
Stmr "CHINA" ..
March 5, IKII
April ID. ls!H
Hteainert of I lie
ahuve Comnameii will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
koiigaud Yokoliiinm to the above ort on
or about the follow ing daten:
March '.II, IMM
. May 14, 1MI
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. MM) mi
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip Vi
N') IX I
1'attenueri, navinu full fare will bo
allowed llj penent oil return fure If return
lug within twelve inontlit.
For Freight and Passage apply to
HACKFELD & CO.,
RETWr.EN WAIKIKI. THE
SANhMlllCI, DIAMOND HEAD
-':oo p. in.
i.Kvi: con. ronr
tMl KINO ST.
I'.in p m.
HT"Fr,". to Rllle Range .' cents, Wai
kiki, In ei'iitt; .Sans Souci and Diamond
Head, I't 'eiit; round trip, '!' cents;
children under IJ iiirt-, half price.
. SM 11 11. Proprietor.
M Nl'liANC ST.
Next door Metehiiut's Kiehatige.
New Goods and Latest Styles !
I'EUFEC'T FIT UL'AUANTEED.
IW I'u-toiiier- .'etliug additional siiltt
will receive a rediietluu of nnilfl ,i I re
duction on pants. tl.'l .'tut
'pill'. lOPAItlNKIOHII' RETWEBN
l the illllersigued oxltiug under the
linn iiaiiin of l..curgu, Ferii'iiiilet it Co
hilt been dit.olved h uilltu.ll consent, Mr.
I.vcurgus having -old his inliiett in the
llfiu to Mr. Feruaudi't. All debit ilue b
tin! linn uill be paid in the store, of Hie
linn by Mr. I'nriiaiidi- and all debit duo
to the ilrni vmII le emleeli c b lllln lien,
LyeurgilN repeelfi.ll) reipn t's lilt il.i,.
lo extend llieii p.ilriiii.ice herelofore gtNeu
to him to Ins siinettiir, who will eontiuiie
I lie bllsinet'of the linn oi hl ow niieeoiillt.
til'.ii. I.Yi l'i:til.
IIiiiioIiiIii, .Inn. I.'. KM till Im I It
ALLACftH'N'l.t DFB TO THE FIRM
of Vileli Ue. 1 ' I in it of l.ihlle, K.iii.ii,
IlilVe been placed fur fi.lU.'l lull w It Ii Ml.
Paul Neiiniiinu, atli'rne-al lau, .III Mer
ebaiil 'treet, li.iuoliibi, S. unMir ill
Mr. P.i ii I Neumann t mlier i iuulit.ri.ed
to riielvo and riH.ii.l for Ibelr p.iuieul.
All H'rsotit luitebleil to mud llrui'ari' re
ipiiittitl to teitie their uecoiiuis uud save
costs of lltlgiitiuu.
Honolulu, Jan. I.,, is'Jl, UJI-lni
ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
$10 class Less than U. S. Line
For Victoria and Vancouver B. C:
STKAMKIIS SAIL Feb. i. April J. Mn t
May 31, July I. .Inly 31, l-'U.
For Tickets and (leticral Informs.
tlon apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES &CO.
Agtnltor the llntcnUnn lilinnh.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
Wildkr, 1'res. S. it. It.i-r.. Sec.
Uai'T. J. A. Kino, Fort Supt.
i Will leave Honolulu at '.' r. m.. touching n
' l.ahalua, Maalaea Day and Makcua the
same day; Miihukonu, KuMHlliaeiiiid Iju
i pahoelioe the following day, arriving at
, Hllo at midnight.
i Tuesday ....
Friday . .
. ,A.ill .11
. Mil) .'.'
. June I
. Aug. J
. epl. I
. M'pt. 1 1
. -fpl. .'
I C. . ;
, Tllei-day .
I luemluy .
Friday . .
Returning leaves Hllo, touching ill Lau
pnlioelioe Biiine day; KuhuIIiuc a. m.. Mh
hukoiiu IU a. M.; Mukeliu I I-. M., Muiilava
I Ruylli'. m.; Lahuiuu n l m. die following
i day; arriving ut Honolulu n . . Wedues-
I days and bulurduys.
ARRIVES AT HtlNOI.lU.U :
Feb. J I
. Mu lit
. May oil
. .June .ill
J tuy .'i
Oct. J I
No Freiirht will lie received alter
: noun on day of sailing.
Tuesduv at l
v. m., touching ut Kuliului,
uuiuua aim tvipuuuiu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu ever)
No Freight will
be received ufler
I r. m,
on auy of nulling,
Consignees must lie at the landings to
receive their Frcluhl, us we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
While the Comtmnv Hill use due dill
gence in bundling Live Stock, we decline
!!!'L?.n.!!,'yreH,,om'1 """' """ "'"'
i ne Lumiiany will not lie resi
lol be resiiousllile foi
Money or Jewelry unless placed in ll
t 1.1. til. Jt DIE AOAISSl Till! Mil.
l.i. itii.ut ir
i V iiolulu Road lloiird In future are n
ilile-ted lo be presented ut the olllco of I be '
Until siiipt i visor of Honolulu on the 'Jot i
ot tueh uiolith, otlierwit.-lie will be i .
cuipt Irotu that mouth's eMlumle and lil.i
l uiil to be paid for one r two inoutli
after. ll onliT of the Honolulu Road
Hoard, W. II. (T.MMIM.b.
t'm-tf Road Mtpervlsor, Honolulu
i I.I. I'ARTIES DEMRINO TO HO I"
X Wulakeakua Falls in Maiio.i Valle
are hereby reipiested to obtuln u erinis
ion from the under. Igued. otherwise the)
will be prosecuted for trespass) II found on
the premises without such ihtiuissUiu.
J AH. 11. IIOYD.
at the Laud Olllco, Supreme Unirt Rtiild
llig. Honolulu, June 17. IbiU. 766-tl
(WhlTTfA (OR Till It'lt.LTIt)
Aftor bidding Hurt t?ooil-night
Dora returned to the (litiingrooiii
and took lior iilaco in tlto little ltoiio
around tlii hearth firo. For sotural
I inotiiLMilR no nnu spoke. At last Noll
"Who do you think I met about a
mill1 up theVreek to-day tricked out
like a city dudo aim packing a
camera, a botani't's press book and
a naturalist'; net!"
"You mav as well tell, Nell-"
"Well, tell, Nell -I'm going to call
you 'rhyming Jean' after this; It was
"Air. Burton,'' corrected her father.
"Yes. It was such fun. Ho want
ed to take a photograph of me; ho
said I'd make a line Dryad. I wa
half-way uti a big maple tree when
he camo aloiu;. trvitit to catch a
' gray squirrel. I told him if he could
I onlv tiuil some other attraction fora
little while I'd come down to his
level. He started olT ami 1 started
, down. When I wa about ten feet
' from the ground balancing myself
on a branch I heard the camera
i click. I pic.- he got ni". I'd like
I to know what I looked like."
I "I wouldn't. I can imagine if you
' were uti n tree." lauirhed .lean.
A ripple of merriment passed over
Nell's tiiicliiuwiiis face: "I served
1 1 i in out for that." he aid. "After
I got down he looked so natty in his
now clothes that I concluded to have
some sport with him. so 1 told him
about a colony of strange blue and
gold beetles thai I found near the
pine ridge two week" ago. He was
on the ini " at once. 1 didn't tell
him how far it was -it was about
four miles. 1 took him through half
a mile of bramble-, then through a
tangle of scrub oak and fern brake
ami brought him out through the
swamp that skirts one side of the
ridge. I with ton could have seen
him. He looked like what Joe would
call the 'fag end of hard times.' He
said I was quite a remarkable young
"Neil, vou ought to have been a
boy; you'ie always up to some mail
prank. I hope you ditl not otTom!
Sir. Itiirton. 1 have a great respect
for linn. He is really a wonderful
"(). I didn't olTeud him, father; but
he is such fun. lie tries o bard lo
speak correctly and uses such odd
plini-'-s that one would think he had
eaten Craig, Johnson and Webster
at one meal. He's coming to see us
"You mustn't make his few man
uerisins a subject for jest, Nell. It
is his mi-fort tine -nut his fault
that he has commenced to acquire
knowledge late in life. He is the
miitt earnest anil persistent student
I ever met. He is ileU nig into every
mine of knowledge with wonderful
eagerness and energy. If you cottxtt
see linn uotv uti wiiuld find hiiu,
telescope in hand and a celestial
chart before him, studying the
heavens, 'thick inlaid with patterns
of pure gold.' and his mind as full of
neliulie, stars, planets ami cmuets as
"That's what lSetscy Dean's hus
band savs he is, 'a regular old cornel
cha-er, 'specially when he's a wearin'
that there blazer.'" said the irrepres
sible Nll, who was an excellent
"Nell, you are incorrigible. Why
are you so silent, Dora, have you
nothing to say to-night!"
"Ye. fi her," answered the young
girl, her eyes downca-t and her hand
resting on the dog's ma-sive head as
ho -tood beside her.
Jean and her father echauged
glances, then the latter said: "Nell,
I left the mill list mi the secretary.
Yi u can coi it now if vou wish ami
then it will be ready for father to
morrow." "All right. Say. father," and she
went and knelt beside him and
reached up and wound her arm-care-singly
about his neck, her
bonny re," gold hair mingling with
his aiiow v beard an he bent his head
to listen."When 1 get through 1 can
come back, mayn't I .' Dora will not
mind then, and you'll sing to me
just to me -won't vou, father! For
you do love me a tittle, don't you, if
1 am naughtv, carele-s, teasing
"My dear girl, you must know you
are all equally dear to umr old
father. 1 know no ditloronce in my
children. L'ertniiily you can come
"Ami you'll sing to me!"
"Yes. Nell "
"It lllll-t be llltie Huilllets Over
the llorder.' eh, father!"
"If you wish, Nell."
- "llintll.-, she cried, JUUIIHIIL' to
i her feet. "I'omo mi. Jell," turning
.to the dog. "now. right about face,
iiiaren. mm vimi me e.irriiiue aim
step of an old campaigner site
tramped out of the room.
"Poor Nell," said her father, "such
a light heart; I hope it will beat on
ju-t as meritly to the end. Now,
Dura, come and tell me what the day
has brought to iou."
She sealed herself on the low stool
beside linn and laid her head on his
Knee -o that she could look at the
changing (unit- and hues of the em
bers in the lire-place.
"My operiencesareiiot like Nell's,
tlie.v an uearlv all sad ones. 1 said
something to-day that I am sorry
fur 1 didn't mean lo hurl auv one
I never do so iiiteutiouallv but it
iccuis just the same, something
very -ml happened in town this
mortiiiu;. I did not speak of
supper because ill news makes
((uufiiitiiii on 4th ii(.)