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t 6- 21 II . VOI j. IX. NO. 83. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MONDAY, APRIL 8. 1889. PUICE 5 CENTS. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser IS rUIJLISIIKD Every Morning Except Sundays. HCUSCKIITIONH : Daily V. C. Advkutiser, one year . ?C 00 i. bix months o (HJ jer month f0 wriiLt Hawaiian Ga.ktik, one year 5 00 .. . foreign (in cluding postage) G 00 l'nynble In variably in Advance. HAWAIIAN OAZKTTE CO., Vostofiice l!ox O. Honolulu. 11. I. " usiruss Cauls. LEWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Levers & Iuckson) Importer and Dealer In I.nmier And all Kinds of Uuildiu' Material. No. Si! FOHT STKkLT, Honolulu. llf J. ALFRED MAG 0 ON, A-ttornev - at - Law, 42 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ltf JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, liuiorler ami Dealer in GENERAL M E EC II AND 1 ii E N No. 'AVl Queen Street, Honolulu. 1H H. HACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents Cor. Fort .t Qu eu Sts., Honolulu. ltf BEAVER SALOON, I'ort Strict, Oiii Wilder A '. II. J. NO LTF., l-UOi'UlLTOU. First cla8 Lunches Served with. Tea, Coffee, SoiU Water, liinuer Ale or Milk. Open 1 rom :i . in. till 1" !" I Huiokers' Krqiiisitea.eoialtj- ltf K. W. FRAZER, MEKCJLANT TA1L0JL Cor. Kla and Alakca Sts., Honolulu. Mo derate charge, good workmanship and a perfect lit guaranteed. ltf GEiiiuANIA MARKET. OLO. M. KM IT'. ruorniKTOR. l'trt fr?el, Honolulu. BEEF, MUTTON AND VEAL. Fresh Sium;'c, I'ork, I'.o., Constantly on hand. Shipping served on short HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., SI on m Kngines, Jailers, Miir Mill, t'o .lerj., Ura an i Lead n-liiitf:'. And machinery of every description in ade to order. I'aiticuUr uttenMou raid to ships Mack Buiithlntf. Jol work executed on the shortest notice. . THE ROYAL SALOON, for. Minium ami Jlcrtliaiit Mrecls Fnder the Management of E. PI. 1 AVoltor, Keer, always in stock v ariety of : he best Wines LhluorH i:e-r and ice cold Leers ou draugbt at ten cents per i;V-ss. X-ij and Sectxv- ltf. Walker & lieiwsml. Contractors & lniiiuevs Prick. Stone and Wooden Building Fstiinates Given. Jobbing rronuly All "..Id to, 7J KING STllKKT. lioll Telephone No. 2. V. O. 150X 12 11 tf DAVIS & YVILDKK, r2 VOMT STISKKT. IMPOETBES OrorrriA Provision Ie;ilerw. gusiiitss Cards. Tlie Liverpool and Lon don and Globe Is sxinvisrcE CO ESTAULISIIED 13if. Asset! S 4 0.OJO.000 Net Income 'J,OT!),(IOO Claims Paid lia.3J,000 Takes Risks against Loss or Pamarre hy Fire ou liuildinKs, Machinery, Suar Mills, Dwellings ai'd Furniture, on the niost favor ible terms. I3isliop tfc Co. 11 88 -Cm 1-Cm Hawaiian Fertilizing Co. Maniifaoluroi's of and Dealers in Cane ITertilizex's l'.ONK MEALS made to order; STAULK MAN UK K, rotted and mixed, ON HANI) AND FOR SALE In iuantitios to suit. A. F. COOKE, Manager. Factory, Honolulu, II. I. IC-l-Giu S. FOSTER it CO., WHOLESALE (iKOCKKS and Purchasing Agents. Sole Aleuts for Sinii'Soii'.H Top-o-Caii liranl Oinmond Cren mory BUTTER. '-piIIS CF.LEl.UATEI) BUTTER IS L of the (inest inialitj', made upon the Danish and American systems eomhined. Packed in hermetically t-ealed tins, and warranted to keep in hot climates. 20 and 28 California St, SAN FRANCISCO, : ICS 1'JoC-lv CA I j. li. LEVY & SON, Importers, Wholesale Dealers and Commission Merchants In Foreign and Domestic FRUITS AND PRODUCE. ir .... n..,ori ,1 r. fill nnlom nf all kinds in our line, and make a specialty in packing all kiuds of fruit Tor long tusiauce inarnris. Hawaiian Island patronage will receive special attention. 62S and 5U0 Sansome St., San Frsmclsco. p. O. box 17J-J. , , K. Ii. MARSHALL, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands. SUN FIRE OFFICE, OF Ii O N DON. Established 1710. Insurance effected upon every description of pioperty at current rates of premium. Total Sum Insured In 1885 327,333,700 Claims arranced by the Local Agents, and raid with promptitude and liberality. The jurisdic tion of the Local Tribunals recoifuiz.ed. G. W. 3Iactar;ine & Co. 1, Agents for Hawaiian Islands. THOMAS LINDSAY Has Removed Wis Manufacturing I'rom ' huh mi Street to Thomas Mock, Kinir Street. Particular attention paid to repairli'i FOOK LON & CO., 113 Nmi.um Street, opposite Finma Hall lMroKTKM AND 1FALF.US IN ('hinese & .T;uiics (ioods. Kir meters. N-w Desi-ns tu Cup Mid Sauc.es. Tt'a, Oth, and all kiud oi fancy Hoods At renlly lle.lnce.l Vrlve. regular siitr18 l,y cvpry 8,taiuer- Jewelry Establishment SJusmesS Cards. Australian Mail Service FOR SAN FRANCISCO, Che new and ne Al steel steamship 66 59 Of il'u Oceanic steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu froui Sydney aud Aucklaud on or about Apr. 6th, 1889, And willleave for tlie abnve rort with malls and paSf ngers on or aliout that date. For freight or passage, havlnff SUI'EltlOR ACt O.MMOHATIO.!S,Hiilily to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AULNTS. For Sydney ami Auckland. 'I'he new and tine Al steel steamship ZGALANDIA 99 Of tlie Oceanic Steaiuship Company, w ill be du at Honolulu from .Sau Francisco or or about Apr. 13, 1889. And will have prompt dispatcn with malls an uss-iiers for tlie aOove ports. For freight or passage, liavlng SlTPKRItR A(! 'JOMMOD ATIONM, apply to Wm. (4. Irwin & Co., AHKSTS C1.UJ3 sprookels Win. (i. Irwin. CLA11S SPKECKELS & CO., H!NOl.i;i.U HAWAIIAN IhLANDH Draw F-xciiaiige on tlie principal par us O tht .vorld. Will receive deposits on open account, make collections and conduct a general banking' and exchange business. Deposits bearing interest received In their Sav logs Department subject to published rules and ri-sculatio.is. 17oo3tf H K PLANING MILL. ai a is r m c a a nucchi QTOPPT jmTm 1 174 Telephone 5. II. G. CRABBE, FT 4 -r n 1 A TAT King Street, Honolulu, Opr. the old Police Station. S2-lni TFiEO. l SEVERIN riiotograplier, Ils taken tlie Siu.iio formerly occupied by A. A. Moniano, corner of KINii and FORT !sTS., and Is prepared to take lictures in any Stvlc f.Jr' Piintl'ig done for Amateurs. "Wli Cabinets $G a doz. Work guaranteed. K!itr.ine- ou'F.irt 'rc 173 tf f1 AND IJ Iv JC Tt Y WmT ERPKIS fi 1 mm laiiiij raciorj F. HOT i 1ST. Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker. Hicb and Delicious Ice Cream made by Steam. 71 ITotel Street. or THE THROUGH STEAMERS OF TUB OCEANIC S. S. COMPANY. Due at Honolulu from San Francisco, on or about. Zealandia April 13 Alameda May 11 Mariposa June 8 Zealandia Joiy 6 Alameda Augast 3 Mariposa Angust 31 Zealandia September 28 Alameda October 2G Mariposa November 23 Zealandia December 21 Leave Honolulu for San Francisco, on or about. Alameda April G Mariposa May 4 Zealandia Jane 1 Aiameda June 29 Mariposa July 27 Zealandia Angust 24 Alameda September 21 Mariposa October 19 Zealandia November 16 Alameda December 14 The first intermediate steamer, new arrangement, is the Umatilla, due here from San Francisco on April 7th, and sail ing hence on or about the 1 1th. Devoted to tho Encouragement of AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING and INDUS TRIAL PURSUITS GENERALLY, And more especially to the develop ment and perfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on it eighth volume, and having been Enlarged to 48 Pages Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly (300 pages, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. The attention of the business men of Honolulu and of all persons engaged in industrial pursuits is called, to this per iodical as a medium for Advertising & Information Which can be obtained in no other pub lication, here or abroad. XES?"The price of subscription is very low Two Dollars and a Half ($2.50) per annum, or $3.00 when mailed abroad. A few copies of bound volumes of the years 1SS0 and 1SS7 can be obtained: ..'.r0 each. SBack Volumes of the Pi.antekm Monthly bound to order. Address : II. M. WHITNEY, Editor Planters' Monthly, 1 he Planters' Monthly THOS. G. No. 106 Fort Street. BOOKSELLER, N EWSDEALER Etc., Etc. Respectfully notifies the public of Honolulu and residents of tlie islands generally that . having resumed business as above and eilVeted connections abroad with the ob ject of enhancing all interests in obtaining pronud attention to orders, with best goods at lowest market rates. While the following enumerated line embody the several departments, patrons are assured that all orders will have careful consideration. Fine Stationery. A full assortment of Fashionable and Commercial Stationery is now on hand and will be replenished monthly with Staple Goods and Novelties as ihey apptar. Notwithstanding the distance from source of snprdies the Mock of rutacellan eoua Books is lare and varied and will be made just as full aud attractive as the tastes and demands of the people require. Special orders forwarded by regular steamer and filled at list prices eiceptmg a few certain limb. This feature having been taken up again will be given careful attention fo? prempt delivery to city or mail subscribers. Latest dates to hand by every mail. Counter customers cau have their supplies reserved, if notified iu time. Special papers or periodicals procured to order. The leading American and Fnglish Magazines rnd Reviews regularly received, as also a varied list of Fashion publications. Subscriptions can couuoeuce at acv time Back numbers sent for as desired. Some 7000 copies of Seaside, Lovell and other Libraries were forced on the ma ket not Io. g since and yet reople are crying lor more. A frenh stock has just been received of favorite authors and new Issues will arrive by e;-h mail. At present this branch is confined to epecial orders. So soon as public demand warrants it a full stock of Vocui and Instrumental fcheet Music and Standard Col lections will be kept on hand. Comprising Windsor & Newton's Oil Colors and and Artists Sundries. Drawing Taper, plain or mounted; Tracing Cloth, etc. A few choice Sets Water Colors, a. also a large variety of cheaper grades for the little folks. In order to close out this line of really fine Pictures subjects from eminent artists a large reduction in prices have been trade. Bargains are offered also in quite a variety of l'anel Pictures, plain or framed; Photo. Frames, etc. It is planned to carry this stock as a feature of the store through the year, instead of confining it to tlie holidays, in order to meet the birthdays and their recurrent demands that are always happening in every will regulated community. This class or line of goods in stock, while full and varied, is being added to con tinually, as attractive aud serviceable novelties appear from time to time. The receipt of a new invoice of Mrs. Sisclaui's Indioenocs Flowers enables all orders to meet with prompt attention. By the opening up of the Parcels Post system w ith the United States this universally admired work can now be mailed thither at a moderate charge. Hawaiian Annuals, Jakvis History ob Hawk. Is., Andrews' Dictionary, Hawn. Cook Book, etc., constantly on hand. Collections or sets of the full series of engraved Postage Stamps of Hawaii, mounted, showing date of issue, etc., on hand or put up to order on short notice; new or cancelled. Hooks: JUble. Xeivs Agency. Magazines. Choice Novels. Music. A rtists Materials. Artotypes and Frames. Toys aiul Notions. Fancy Ooods. Specialties. Hawaiian Stamps. Prlntinsr Having special facilities and advantages in this department, customers can nr.iora rely on all orders meeting with care and attention lor execution in the highesl Kind inp: Orders. All orders for Bin .'.lug also faithfully atierded to. whether magazines, papers, music, ruling, or the manufacture of special sizes or kinds of Bluuk Books. This is an important point in all business transactions, In taking up aaln the business set forth above it is planned to conduct it on a cash basis as strictly a possible, though accounts for prompt monthly settlements will be allowed. Orders from unknown parties ou the other Islands must be uccoinpaui ed with cash or responsible city reference. All orders faithfully attended to, whether for City or out of town patrons Ooods not in stock will be procured as speedily as "possible, iu town or from abroad as directed. Terms Casli or Monthly Settlements. Finally. :o:- Ilespectfully submitted, TllOS. Gr. 1201-lm S. N. CASTLE. J. B. AT1IERTON. . P. CASTLE. W. A. BOWEN. EDW. D. TENXEY. CASTLE & COOKE, Shipping and Commission Merchants, -IMrOKTERS AXD Greiaex'al jVEexcliariclise. -ALSO, AGEXTS FOR- Grove Ranch Plantation, R. Halstead's Plantation. A. II. Smith & Co., Koloa, Kauai, G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps. Union Fire and Marine Insmance Co., of San Francisco. Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford. The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston. D. Weston's I'atent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Packet Line The Merchants' Lire, Honolulu anil San Iiancisco. Dr. Jayne A: Sons Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox & Gibbs, IJemington and Wheeler & Wilson SEWIISTGr IVCIIIISrES. tf J O I-1 1ST Stoves, Kangcs and Plumbing, Tin, Copper THRUM, Brewer's Block. C0-9t DEALERS IX- J Kohala Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co.. Pala Plantation, Papaikou Sunar Co. TSI" O T T Housekeeping Goods. and Sheet Iron Work A MAN FR03I DODGE. WHAT HE REMEMBERS OF THE WAYS OF "BILLY THE KID." Tlie Quickest Man with a Weapon In the AVhole Southwest If as the Innocent Looking Dare Devil the KidIIo Never Missed. There was a look of pxont disgust on the face of the man from Dodge the other day when the reporter saw him, and he appeared to be dejected as welL 'I hev ben figuriu'on goin' luu-k to Dodgo," said he, '"but that scheme is busted; I seo by the telegraph items in the newspapers that the s'loons is all closed down there, and what is life wuth livin' fur whur tho s'loons is all shot up! Iut that wasn't what I was goln' to talk about. I was rfiadin' 'bout fellers that was handy with the pnn an' how fast they could fa:i the hammer. There was something about Pat Garrett's tillin' Billy the Kid. Now it happened that T. was down that way when tho Kid was killed an' know somethin ebout it, an1 I know, too that Pat didn't give him a square show ft bis life. But then he'd a' been a fool if h had, 'cause JJiliy could outshoot any man in . New Mexico. Tbj Kid was, en no mistake, a holy terror. Ho was one of those strange tilings you coma across enect in a lifetime, mi' while ho was as smooth an" pleasant lit tle feller as yer could wish to 'soeiato with, ho tilled a feller with a sost o' ftwo I think that's the word. lie was like, a snato a fhinin' in tho sun, so slick an' sohau'some, an' yet his touch meant death, lie was slim an' light haired, an' blue eyed, an' his faco was sort o' pale; his upper teeth stuck out a little bit, an' that made him look more innocent than ever. You somehow aiu't af eared of a fellow whoso teeth sticks out in front. Ho didn't weigh very much more than 13J pounds, an' ho was a pleasant companion; las eyes w as rather plcusaut until ho got mad, bu' then they shot fire. "I seen Billy kill two men, an' ho did tho job up clean. They never lucked, an they bad their lights put out in great shape. They was cowboys, an' they sworo they'd kill the Kid 'cause they'd heard so much about him. That time at least the Kid wasn't to Llaino. lie hadn't killed no relatives of their'n. It wasn't very fur f'm Socorro, which wasn't much more'n a village then, an' wo was in camp when the Kid an' another follow come vrx Now wo wasn't overglad to see Billy 'cause ho. had a hard name; they said he'd kill a man if ho didn't happen to be stuck on the color o' his hair nn' sich like. But wo wasn'fi goin' to k't on. That littlo devil was so sweet on us that j-ou'd a thought butter would a been safe in his mouth, an that made us more uneasy than ever, though there was ten .o' us an' only two o' Vm, tho Kid an' tho fel ler with him. Well, as I was Bay in', we was atm' dinner, or supper, for it was after sun down, when two fellers rode up. Tho Kid had eeen 'em, but ho nover let on an' kept oil eatin' as natcval as if there wasn't nobody in, a hundred miles that was goin' to hurt him. THEV LET LOOSE. "When the strangers got near enough to e the faces o' tho fellers eatin', one o' 'em said, There he is,' an' without more sayin' they let loose. I never saw anybody skin around so lively as the Kid did; ho skipped six or eight feet an' I thought sure ho was hit 'cause l'vo seen fellers do the samo way when they had a bullet straight through tho heart; but Billy he wasn't teched. Tho fellers on horseback let loose twicet an' then Billy ho up with his gun he had one o' tho purtiest Winchesters you ever laid your oyes ou au' fired twicet. It was a bullet for each man an' he brought cm both, each ono through tho heart. Billy's yirdner didn't seem 'ticularly nervous; ha Vt eatin' his supper all the time, an' soemod to think that the Kid could take care o' him self. When Billy had killed the fellers ho sat down agin an' finished his supper an' then rodo away. As he an' his pal was goin' Billy eays to us: 'I'm in a hurr', or I'd help you bury those ducks.' Wo never found out who they was, an' we buried them then an' therj, an' then went on some distance an' camped fer tho night. We wasn't goiu to sleep so near two dead men. "Billy was a mighty queer lad; never thought o' nothin' 'cept killin'. The only thing to do was to kill him. It wasn't no use to put him in jaU, for he'd break out an' tho fellers that put him there would have to hustle around lively after that to keep out the way o' bein' killed theirselves. The 'thor ities captured him more'n once, but he alius managed to get away, an' each time he killed somebody. Once he killed two deputy sher iffs who had him in charge by takin' the gun tf ono of 'em away, an' when the Kid got his angers anjT where near a gun thcro was bound to be a dead man not fur away. Thero iraivn't no man in New Mexico who could jbc-ot agin him with either a pistol or a Win chester, an' he never mis.-,eiL Talk about fannin' the hammer I Well, he oculd jcii nako a pistol talk, an' v.-hen ho was around HI the boys sung small, I tell ye, I wasn't ioiTy to hear that he was killed; f act is, I thought Billy had sort o' grievance agin me, an' I was lookiu out shaip that he didn't plug a hole in my carcass. Billy was a. thief an' a outlaw, but ho was a sandy lad an' a terror f'm wayhick. I don't believe the man lived in New Mexico what wouldn't say that ho felt queer about his breastbone when Billy was in town r.u ti'led up more or Jet witU border c'"ije." Cnicotro Tritosa. TIih fitridy of Human Nature. A teacher's work U not to correct effects, but to study and mould causes. The trouble with poor government is that it is always dealing w it h effect. Good government di rects the working of causes. We have known i poor school l'":nnio a good one through the skillful management of causes; there was no rtonnhig, but disorder disappeared, bad words were dropped, rough manners were smoothed, inij-oliter.ess kramo politeness; in a word, tho old school was transformed into a new one, but there was no noise aliout it. Nothing was done that even a critical visitor would notice, but everything was done. Tho teacher knew how to touch the springs of causes. Here was the secret of her success "Where can I learn this divine art?" a thou sand teachers ask. Not in books, but in your selves. Study causes and effects. First in your own exiiorienco and then mothers. Why do I dislike this and like that? Why is that boy mischievous and that girl heedless Why? Why? Why? Soon you will know just what to do to mako that boy forget hif michicf , and that girl her inattention. There no more profitable study than tho study of human nature humanity as it is called. It is more than mind study; it is human study. Tin' School Journal. f7 tS-fcllEail UOOD8 BY F.VLHY hTLAMEU.1 1S3 y TOST OFFICE BOX NO. 16 12o4-3m Honolulu, H. I.