PRICE 5 CENTS.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, JANUARY 21. 1889.
VOL. IX.-tO. 18.
laClllt lOIllulnrai Ainuuau the cltjb HOtjse
Every Horning Except Sundays. Dllling Booms
r. o. ADVEBTi..!.. on. jn;: oo Ia the Best Restaurant in Honolulu.
a it pot w u tu
TiLT Hawaiian O akht-cb, one ytar ..... 6 00
. foreign (In
cluding pestage) 8 w
ryble Invariably la Advance.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO..
rosiofflce Box O. Honolulu. H. I.
ALAKEA, NEAR QUEEN STREET.
171 Telephone 55.
Boston to Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lewers k Dickson)
Importers ami Dealer lu Lnmber
And all Kinds of LuildinR Materials.
No. 82 FORT STREET. Honolnln.
J. ALFRED MAG 0 ON,
.Attorney t - Law,
Flrst cla9 Coffee. Tea, Chocolate and Cocoa
at all boors.
.A. Full Meal, 25cts.
Which Includes a variety of food only
to be had here.
Board by the Week, - - 84. SO.
r- r-in r,,i attentive waiters and flrst-claes
cooks employed. Give us a iriai.
123-3m C. CHUN HEE. Prop.
CJVifLs. "Brewer & Co,
Tlin l.lVPVnnftl IjOll- Will desratch a first class vessel In theirllne
A- 11U JJ1 T -- I
don and Globe
for Honolulu, to be In loading berth January
If Sufficient Inducement Offers.
8. N. CA3TLE.
J. B. ATHERT05.
O. 1 CASTLE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
General Mer claandise .
-ALSO, AGENTS FOR-
GroTe Ranch Plantation,
R. Halstead's Plantation,
A. H. Smith k Co., Koloa, Kauai,
G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps.
Kobala 8ugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Co..
Papal kou Sugar Co,
43 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
VOLNEY VAILLANCOURT ASHFORD,
Attorney, Solicitor, Agent to TK
Office Old Capitol Building, adjoining General
Post OJlice. !i7-3in
' JOHN T. WATERIiOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in
Uo. 2.r-31 Queen Street, Honolulu, ltf
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Agents
Cor. Forlfe-Queen Sts., Honolulu, ltf
Fortfitrest, Opposite Wilder A Co.'i,
H. J. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR.
ritst-claiis Lunches Served with Tea, Coffee,
boda Water, Ginger Ala or Milk.
Open From 3 a.m. till 10 p.m.
Smokers' Re qnlsltes a Specialty. ltf
x5t 1 ncome. 9.07 9,000
Takes Risks against Loss or Damage by Fire
j Mhin.r, Hnciir Mills. Dwellings
and Furniture, on tne mosi xavoraum iciio.
Bisliop & Co.
1188-6m l-6m .
B. LEVY & SON,
Importers, Wholesale Dealers and
In Foreign and Domestio
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
t3TFor further information apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
m. ... J in fill m-iAra nf nil kinds in
tl D HIT r'an. v
our line, and make a specialty In packing all
Undo of fruit for lona distance markets.
Hawaiian Island patronage will receive special
628 avid 530 Sansome St., San Francisco.
v-i i 11.. 1 TJ'l
X , V, 1UA A I Ai
v t. xf iTiflnATX. TTonoluln.
118-em Agent for llawtUian IaUnda.
SUN FIRE OFFICE,
H. G. CRABBE,
PIAY & GRAIN
King Street, - Honolulu,
Opp. the old Police Station. S2-lm
S. FOSTER & CO.,
Union Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of San Francisco.
Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston.
D. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line
The Merchants' Line, Honolulu and San Francisco.
Dr. Jayne k Sons Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibbs, Remington and Wheeler & Wilson
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
rbt new and fine Al steel steamship
Of th Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Honolulu from esyaney ana aui-huuiu
on or about
Eeby. 9th, 1889,
And will leave for the abve port with mails and
passengers on or about tnat aaie.
For freight or passage, having HUPKRIOI:
Win. (j. Irwin & Co.,
Amoug the purpU mountain folds I soiifrht
And sjuht in vain for ppaoe. 1 pougnt ia vnia
Tn iiamv -ni-rl-i: ah tii- th' enchanted main:
It liinilv lia:nltt.s. Theu with lxxks I wrousLtk
Soekinp for pivvcp lu toils which only brought
Da 1 JiMMM.toiit and weariri'ss or train.
"V 1 iv art thou, poacei" I crioJ. "Oh, sooth
Or tearful louring and of throllins thought T
A swsrt voio p.nswcrcd. . Laughter ghid and
Spt the binis sinking. Beautiful bright f yes
J ado a new wwu. A sweet voice aii!werea:
From further fruitless soarcliinfr. I ara lur
1 n flmvor of tlesh and blood, of pcrf tx-t size.
Qo;re laving your Irene. I am peace'."
Toace. with her chatter and Infectious prlee;
Tenet, f.v.ufrinpj madcap on a springy ikiukii,
AVi:h bright hair blown and tumblcil anyhow;
rraoc, paJdling in a shoal of summer sea;
Peace, at li?h revel tip an apple tree;
Peace, reading wuu a Dent ana areamy orow;
r.vico nn a footstool verv peaceful now
Listening with hands clasped fondly on my knee
No abstract noun, no mythic shape divine.
No sweet elusivo dream oi wuo Knows wnac.
Tint, inst ft child, she brinsrs nir heart surcease
Of care; and, when she puts her cheek to tniue.
Bliss and complete contentment wuu my lot.
Yes, this is my Irene this is Peace. "j
Simpson's Top-o-Can Brand
nnillS CELEBRATED BUTTER IS
- 1 .A 1
R. W. FRAZER,
t.. fTrAri nnnn everv description of
property at current rates of premium.
Total sum insured in 1885 827.333,700 X of the finest quality made upon the
j ohi ouui lUDif w non o i on, Ampriran svsfcms rom lined.
Claims arranged by the Local Agents, and paid Packed in hermetically sealed tins, and
1 1 .4... - nA 1 i K,nl 4 i v Th InrlsdlC- I i J 4 nlimtoa
Claims arranged by the Local Agents, and paid Packed in hermetically sealed lir
MERCHANT TAILOR, &t?Vs:iSi'2. jurl8dlc" ranted to kee in hQt climates
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Cor. King and Alakea Sts., Honolulu.
20 and 88 California St,
Moderate charge, good workmanship and a
perfect lit goaranteed. .
OEO. M. BACPr. - mOPRILTOR.
Tort Street, Ilonolnlti.
BEEF, MUTTON AND VEAL.
Frli WansS, l'orfc, Etc.,
Constantly on hand. Shipping served on short
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Boiler., ("near Mill", Cooler, lira
nntt I.enl faatliitr.
.nfithlnir ftb "orycutL on the shortes.
THE ROYAL SALOON,
Cor. Nnnanii Merrtint streets
Under the Management of
E. H. "Wolter,
, u trck a varletyof thebest Wines.
S$:$. S lceTcold Jeers on draught at
ten cents per glass.
fT all and Se 1 w.-ga
168 1 206-1 y
11. Mfeld, from London
Best Coir Matting,
BTor Sale at Lowest Trices byl
Ct. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Of Supplying Yourself with
It having come to our notice, that an inferior
quality of Gin, purporting to be J. J. Melciieks'
" Elephant " Brand, is being offered for sale in
this market, ye have to
Caixtion the IPntolic
That we are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine
bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label.
AV. C. PEACOCK & Co,
Sole Agents for J. J. Melchers'
Schiedam, W. Z.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Ol the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from san rancJsco
or or about
Jan. 19, 1889.
And will have prompt dupatcn with malls an
For freight or passaife, having SUPERIOR AC-
COMMODATlOa, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
nna Hnrectcela Wm. G. Irwin.
GLAUS SPRECKELS & C0.;
imNOLCLTJ HAWAIIAN ISLANDM
Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the
Will receive dopoeits on open account, miike
collections and conduct a general banking ana
Walker & Kedwaril,
FOOK LUJi & CO.,
113 Nuuanu Street, opposite Emma Hall
IMPORT ERd AND DEALERS IN
Chinese & Japanese Goods,
Contractors & Builders
Brick, Stone and Wooden Building
Jobbing Prompts Altemieil to.
76 KING STKEET.
Fire Crackers. New Designs in Cnps and
Sauceesra. Ciga. " klnda of laDCy
At CJreatly Kelncel Irlee.
AV. S. XUCE
Will Sell for the ilonth of December,
at Greatly Kedcced Prices!
his Exceedingh' Fine
3T" Families should not fail to take
advantage of this opportunity to pupply
themselves with their Stock for the
W. S. LUCE,
By his atty. in fact, Frank Brown.
FOR SALE !
EX. BARK JAMES S. STONE,
And Jiisit Landed la Fin Order.
Galvanized Barb Wire,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Galvanized Cut Spikes,
Galv. Clinch Boat Nails,
Iron Cut Nails (asst'd)
Uorae Shoo Nails.
Barrel Bhooks and Heads,
Second-hand Iron Safes.
Oak Lumber, Ash Lumber, White Fine Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Cases Matches, Oakum,
Titch. Tar, Cotton Waste, Italian Packing,
Metalic Paiat, Fire Clay, Marble Dust.
Deposits bearing interest received in their Sav
ings Department subject to published rules and
TIIEO. P. SEVERIN
Uas taken the Studio formerly occupied by A. A.
Montano, corner of KING and FORT bTS.,
and Is prepared to take
Pictures in any Stvle
t3T Txinting done for Amateuis. XTi
Cabinets $6 a doz. Work guaranteed.
Entrance onl Fort Street. 173 tf
Opium as a Medicine.
Tbf widest known, the most frenuentlv
required of all hypnotics Is opium. As It
Is the most trusnvortiiy anupoweriui ano
dyne, it probably acts as a hypnotic by
virtue of its potency to annul pain and
painful sensations of minor degrees. But
there are many objections to the univer
sal use of this most puissant anodyne
hypnotic. It is extremely dangerous in
the earlier years or life. Its tendency to
r-rrat n. morbid nnnotite for itself which
tt is almost impossible to breakup, and the
nausea, vomiting, delirium, constipation,
Itphiner of the entire surface, and other
disagreeable effects it produces in many
individuals are strong reasons ior see King
some remedy which shall induce refresh
ing sleep without upsetting tne wnoie
economy of the one who makes use of It
as a hypnotic.
Whenever pain 13 tho canse of custress
f? or dancerous insomnia onium in some
form must be used, and efforts should bo
made to control the dangerous or un
pleasant symptoms it produces. A com-
bination oi atropia or Deuauonna wivn mo
opium or morphine (which is practically
the same) generally lessens the unpleasant
. . , - 1 A.
alter enects, Dut aoes noc wnouy prevent,
them. One of the bromides, with atropia,
hyoscyamus and chloral hydrate, some-
times does wen in tnis regara. lae pain
ful want of breath in heart disease is best
relieved by a combination of opium with
deUadonna. Opium ought not to be used
when the lungs are seriously disabled, as
In Rdvsvnred r.onsumntion. bronchitis in the
very young or tho aged, or in pleurisy
wuu jarge aciuiiiuiaiiuu ui. uum iu uuc u.
the cavities of the chest. The almost in
variable presence of opium in secret nos
trums sold for "tne cure or cougns, coias
and consumption" has been proved over
and over again, and is sufficient reason
for avoiding them. These sleep producing
"tough syrurs" are particularly danger
ous to little children and the aged. In
most individuals, even those most favor
ably affected by opium, its prolonged em
ployment is almost sijre to produce im
pairment of the digestion. For this rea
son it should not be used continuously for
any long period. It seems to have an
especially deleterious effect upon the liver.
Electric Kerosene Oil.
(Successor to Wm. McCandless.)
No. 6 Qneen Street, Fish Market, IIo
nolnla, II. I.
"Downer's" Oil, "Belmontine" Oil, Lard Oil,
Gasoline, in Drums, (2-5 gallons in each).
Plaster, Rosondale Cement. Portland Cement,
Dairy Salt, Bales Excelsior, Tubular Lanterns.
Straw Wrapping Paper, 20x30in., Grindstones,
Hair Mattresses, 40x25 lb3., Lamp Black,
Three-quarter Rubber Hose, 3-ply, Ox Bows,
Franklin Stove Coal (in bulk and in casks),
Drain Pipe 3, 4, 6 and 8 inches.
Bell Telephone Ko. 2,
r. O. Box 423.
DAVIS & WILDEB,
62 FORT STKEET.
Grocers Provision Dealers.
Regular shipments by every steamer.
rOST OFFICE BOX NO.
Has Keraoved His Manufacturing
From Xnnnn Street to
Thomas Block, King Street.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
sTo. 26 Merchant St,
1P2 1247-1 m
Hawaiian Fertilizing Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealer:- in
BONE MEALS made to order;
STABLE MANURE, rotted and mixed,
ON HAND AND FOR SALE
In quantities to suit.
Hand Carts, Baby Cairiages, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, and Five Extension Top
Carriages the best ever consigned to us and a First-class Carriage.
C. BREWER & CO.
Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish
Always Kept on Hand.
Family and Shipping orders Carefully
Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at bhort
Telephones ISTo. 212
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
Factory, Honolulu, II. I.
H. IXIelntyre & Bro.,
IMPORTERS AND DBALBR8 IH
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AKD KING STREETS.
New ooods received by every packet from the Kastern Stat and Kurope trhl
Prcdnce by every steamer. A il orders faithfully attended to. and Ooods delivered to any pari , ot tbe
i city rree oi cnn?e. 1 wiu.a 0.v..-u. . c .....
164-3m 'Telephone No. 91 0ap"
Steam Candy Factors
BAKE IR Y
Practical Confectioner. Pastry Cook and Baker.
Rich and Delicious ice tream mauo
71 Hotel Street.
Sjmptoms of Insanity.
"No man is an infallible Judge of in
eanity. It is too fuU of unexpected and
incredible freaks to allow of any rule to
be established about it. Nevertheless
there are general rules of mental dis
turbance that may safely be foUowed.
Paresis is the disease that puzzle3 us all.
It has a limitless variety of manifesta
tions, and may go on for years without
the sufferer being anything more than
what we call eccentric. But it will break
bounds sooner or later, and declare Itself
in melancholy or dangerous madness. I
know of hundreds of paresis patients who
would pass for sane la any crowd, yet
not one of them is safe to set loose, for it
cannot bo foretold at what moment they
may become entirely irresponsibla and
dangerous. You must remember that
paresis is a disease that is never cured.
Tt Tnnt inrrwsp with time. Ihave known
people to take a patient away from the
asylum apparently cured, anu a rauum ui
two later beg us to take him back. Bane
rprl to be the decav of his
brain had continued and had finally de
clared itself beyond all question even to
eyes blinded by affection. ' Alfred Trum-
blo in N e w i orlc JN ews.
St. reteraburc'a Fire Towers.
Conspicuous about the city are peculiar
looking towers, rising far above the roofs
of the houses, and crowned with flag
staff's, to which tackle is attached. These
are the fire towers, ancient institutions
still retained as lookouts for watchmen,
who, when a fire alarm is given, run up
red ball in daylight, a red lantern at
night, with a system of signals by which
It maybe known where the danger exists.
It i3 a clumsy and inefficient way of
operating a fire department, and is about
the only feature of the administrative
jvstem in which the Russians have not
introduced modern improvements. They
have electric lights and telephones, but:
their system of fire alarm has been used
3ince the time of Peter the Great. Will
iam Eleroy Curtis in Chicago News.
Buried Alive by Mistake.
Dr. L. Comeau, who published a work
ten years ago on the certain signs of
ieath, with the avowed purpose of "pre
venting the interment of living persons,"
says that he can cite ninety-six well
authenticated cases who were buried alivo
by mistake. Here i3 one: 4,A French
army officer, on Aug. 30, 183G, was
buried at Saintes with military honors.
The parting salute awoke him from ap
parent death. He knocked upon the lid
bf the coffin, was heard, set at liberrv,
and marched back to tho house of mourn
ing at the head of the detachment that
bad teen detailed to escort Ms body to
mo gjavc. ' juooum nugget,
1' trtutaa ooom n," steamed ,
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