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to the Saturday Press, Octo ber 8th, 1881,
Odo to the Aafwiina.tlon.
A prlfl olTf rnl by a Imndon vt rckly for tlia 1onl.
pfK-m mi llio nlli'mpti'd rawdmllmi of PrrAldnit
(iarfltlu, i Rwnruvil to tlio nmiiur nl tlio follow-
Wll, now, t) fiibcrty, Hit hlnshiiiK fflc,
At tlin fell il'ml tlmt tfirllli n Martini wortili
While fair Ontuiiibl.i ti-p in illrt dlnurnrc.
Anil Ihivta In norm- o'er tlio banner iiirlcd.
No nran-lom tyrant fulls liy vctiRnc. hore,
Neath llm wild JimtlcP of Ilin d-cri-l knlfrj
Nor rid Ambition cinU lln (jrlm tMrrrr,
Ami fliniatc It horrors wilh Its llfn.
Not lurn doc rault lti-vciiRo mlsfriil'lfd bnrn,
To fro a nation with Hi4 nmaiuliM il.irtj
Or roused Drspalr In nnRrv timditeni liirn,
And tear llii freedom from denpot s heart.
Jtnl where, blent Liberty no widely relitns.
1...1 n..,. fin.l f.t.nlv mnrti n nmlnnif lillull
llrro the mad wretch ll fnir while record slain,!
Anil blur ltd lioniitii with f "bloody Imnd."
Hero Hie, elect of million, nnil the, ptido
Of thorn who oivn ltli nillil nnd ttcttn rnlft
Jlftm Virtiif Milks, nnil yield tlio crimson tide,
llMibntll tlio yllo mlrennon of n find t
lint llvr-ii's Imnd hath Mnynl tlio errln". Iwll,
And Apnrod n life (in virtuous ns rams
Yet Hint mioli died a tlilp'rlnu wot Id appall,
Is Heaven's iiiyMtcry mid man's (Impair.
The Monarch Mummies of Egypt.
Tti Juno lnnl was mmlo known tlio din,
next ruimbor of At. Mnncron licctml.
PrngincnlH of Hiir I cxI, hitherto not mm
pined to nave unci nny rcintion 10 each:
other, linvo been used in mahy later temple.
mil (omb. ) nin ndds lorco to tlio irrow.
nir conviction among I'.gyntologiAts tlmt
llm earliest Egyptian civilization wo know
or i.i tho highest, nnd tint nil tlmt we know
of is lis tit cadence. Tho oldest pyramid
is tlio largest, nnil best, limit ; tho oldest
temple that beside tlio Sphynx nt Owed
hows mnsonry sinco unnpprnnched j thf
noest pipyrttA, -iiiontrli ns vol Iinrdlv tin.
ilorslnoil m tho wisest, nnil tlio tombs nnd
iho temple of Iho Thcbari period nrr
rfllll'-d with extracts from nnciciit books not
Myol round complclo Thrco or four of these
saloj llicro wns no danger of their ovsrMlukti plantation to build n mill. Kiiihclmiil
riillirij; tlo.vn nn thcro wns no iwRsiljIoJIiroucht $10 of tlio nurchnna money tol
- " " - h""k . i no iMtLiiior niHiiov. nir, yvicxmuior, Rnyinff no would like
ono of Ilium is ollbicil ii fnbiilous sum offfltho cnr.10 icmovoil. .Mr. Alox.miler nonls
money lor urn invention, ns tlio parly whoBtho money to Alios Alnry K. Urcun.
rlnmcna .. ...m1... JI.I..T. Il ,1 I 1. . H
v.vmiio .t IMUUIIIIMJ INiriKn lb CUIllll NCI
.fthookw furninlind nvr.nixfhn nF ilin InxU ul
.a.tw. w 1.- i it., m
fJ'inj J uiucm UI IIIU JVIIlN. v
li Our San Francis 20 Lottor. a
7j r. i.'Kt.Nouoii, ccpiemoor run, inoi, j
g KrilroiiSAiuniMr Vnr.S3 : Wo havo had ft
ninny cxoiti'tricnln latoly nnil more tlmn ntifti
jnvurngo crop. And tho pipers uaicely 15
imoro than commonvo to ct in their work??
.i .Ill il 1 1.... ...... ....... .
.win iiou, tin iinuiiiiir ruii'iiui ono Kinnn np.f,'
l!lft. IQ ntdlf rt CtlW .Itla nl.fl lllnf Ilin .i.u. (C
"Kit is Olllv n fuw ilnvn ni'ii that tlin uruvi 'S
covoryofa Inrgo collection of nnliquitic.'SS..vnf) wirrd to us ncross Iho coiitinmit thnl j?
noar thn tnnijilo of Dcir-oLIlahnti, inwihern wn n grnnt foront lira in .Michigan. K
Ktrynt. noar tlio rivor Nile, nnd in tlieBl'',e'' or twelvo towns burnt tip, n thousand?
nJ ' .... jRlfinnf.tn liu.tftrt .iltt'n n.1 Int. tw...t,n ...I . '
-!..:..!... -I'll... ...:... ..r Tl, ,.l.nn ,v I nl in ntaTJI"-"!"" "" v " " "" " nuilll I uu
.iLi.i.ijr n inn nil.... u. .....,..! ili'i
iiurncit tuivo mm ton thoiiKntid ron-it'
vlf.nrl lnimr!ri0O liMituntna n.i.l tln.l . th?
. ... ... ...... M-..... . is.u.-n, IIUIIDVIVill ..111. IIUHLI HI I l...
I.....I..H..I.I.. .ml.in lii lb., utiiilnnfc nf ArohfTl.&iU . ... .... -T
iiibnuuimiiu iimiiuiu...u.....v ssrti II mnnv mini nm. wivna. rhiirnn nn.li:
: . j ....ww, j-
ology, Kgyptology, nnd nnciont hislory.j
Tho mnmmics of Ion kings nnd two qneciii
wcro found, nnd nlso several thousand
objeoU of diffcrunt kinds, nnd, whnt is of
tnoro vitltio in throwing light on tho past,
four papyri in n perfect stnto of prcsurvn
tton. Altich vnlunblo liiformntion is ex
nectod from thoso Inttnr nnd their deci
phering is looked forwnrd to with interest
1 ho following correspondence concerning.
this zolloctioti wo copy from tho Now York
Nation of August 18th :
OAtno, Haver, July 23, 1881.
A diKCovory has lust boon mmlo in
Kgypt which, bofiides being of tho highes
nrolm'ologicnl vnluu. cannot fail to nrotisc
Bjiooial inturcHt in Amcricn. Tho obelisk
which now fltnndii in Central I'nrk wnK
Low n from tho gr.anilo qnnrricR at Assunm,
in, Upper J.pypU nnd erected nt lloliopolii
tho City of On of tho Uiblo, by ordor of
King Thothrnos III., tho fifth King of the
xymtli Dynnsly, who reifjnod u. c. 1000
Tho r.oiitrnl coin tuns of hioroKWphics o:
each of tho four faces of tho obelisk sol
'forth tho titles nnd honors of Thuthmc:
III., whom Dr. UrticRoh Pnshn has desicrn
nled ns tho Alexander tho Groat of Phara
onio history. Two hundred nnd seventy
vears lator (n. c. 1333). Kintrltnnii.es II.,
Biirnnmed Kmnscs the Groat' (Iho Sosos(ri$BtUo r;a af jj. Cooper for 'heresy before1
joi uio ureonu;, oniorcu uini in own uhwuh, inquisition of old moal bags, that is n
nud honors bo incribed upon tho obelisk.Bdigmco to religion, Christintiity nnd com-
The. two outaido columns ot eacli ot ttieHmoII Rcueo, The enso is that Mrs. Coopor.l
lour iiicui oi uio wciurni l hik uuoubh. jiicvUO IS a I'rpsbvtcrinn. hail nlmrim of n
posed of tho hioroglyphics of UnmsesgKiDdergartcu fcdiool nnd tnutjbt tho Jliblo'
utilized to keep llios olfholol fables.
Our cily election is over mid n worno lot
of demoralized Democratic ollico-scckenJ
could not bo found nnywhero. Tho llo.
....t.i. .,.. I ....
imiiiiiu.iii jiurijr iiinno a cicau sweep, i Mere
woro too ninny Kintgnns, Miirphysnnd
nevis on uio uomocratio ticket; Iho poo.
plo could not nnd would Hot Bwnllow Kuch
Thn lnnrcst stir'ar reRnerv on Ihis Const
iicmg limit liy Ulnns Hprockols is fnut
ui..i,N(j iu uiimpieiinii. uiniin nas n nig;
iiinig, n non on every bwooI tooth in the
country. Nearly overy inotitli on lliir
vyonsi, nas in piy iriOIIIO 10 llim. 110 COr-
w i nly Ihih nnico littlo businoss, nud is uol
nfraid of beinf' rim mil. 1 catno ncrmsn
liltlo sugar item tho other day nud thalt
was from Sonntor Tom 1'owlor, who hanK
ono or the richest minon in thn woild K
somo four hundred milliotiB of Ions of rockfc?
in night that ho says will pay from tint to
fifty thousand dollarH n ton. llo Kays hid
moti used up iinrly tons of sugar wlnloX'J
thoy woro working on his rone! to tho miuejy
mil il ho builds nioro road (hero will hnvcjKt1
nnmn ot n rotnnnci
n JJoHlon iv lie
ill llint wns dear. And n most niiniuiniSirJ
;tliiiL' is that so far thcro has bcou no slens
taken by tho eitizons of San Francisco to
1 1 II onl tlicso destitute mid tinforlunnlo peo.
Iplo subntniitial iclicf. If somo bowline
rciimii ircsu iroin uio oogs nau eono Here
inil called n mcctim? to assist soma Innnnl
ithat had bcou trying to beat his l.millonli
out of tho rent nnd been evicted, there??
would have been no trouble in reanintr nPB
igolden harvest. Tho inconsistencies off
I Ins world becomes npparont nt cvcryK
Our President who wns shot by n fanntio
i. . .
tlintcnu l'ivo no toasun moro than ho do.
Esired notoriety, (which I hopo ho will l'oIj
gof tho highest kind if somo of tho soldiers!!
thatnro gunrding tho jail ho is in don'ti
gtvo it to him Boonor) has suirored ns no!
run n over Niillered, nud has been nnd is nowj
near deaths door: but if thoro is is nnv.
thing in good olid praying nnd n iroodj
constitution he is going to pull through.!
tho wound wns mi deep it commenced tol
uoal nnd closo and retained pus that should
bnvo been discharged nnd wns taken tip in
tlio system nud canned nil tlio Iron bio of
blood poisoning. Hut if ho docs recover.
I suppose no couutry in tho world will over,'
or over did havo, such u Thanksgiving nnd'
oneral rejoicing ns wo will liavo
Thcro is n singulnr case that now fills up?
columns oi tlio daily papers, nnd Hint. Nfl
Iho Groat. Thrco thousand years Inter I
thnt is to sny, in tho month of July, A. D.
1881 tho mortal rotnmns of those twos
mounrchs wcro dincovcrcd in nn nlmost
(perfect stnlo of preservation in a cave eut
ni tho solid rock: near Thebes, whoro, to
gether with tho iniimmica of thirty other
rbynl pctsoungcn, they hnd bocn concealed
bf tho Egyptian nriostB during thosol
" Stormy days whon Onmbysos nnd bis Per.
linns ovcrrnn Egypt nud mutilated her!
Last Juno Daoud Pnsha, Govornor of
gartcu kchoul nud taught tho Jlibloj
Ilut her tcacltings wcro not Kiilphtirousi
ouoiigh; sbo did not Ictontonoiigh entcrnnlj
damnation nnd sulphur on thoho that dull
aw lliey i-liould not havo dono, nnd this
came to tlio oars ol n tlrothor Hollerith
whoso church Airs. Coopor bolongod
to, nnd he sent spies to drop on what shol
snid. Tho result was that ho brought na
chnrgo of " Hcrosy " ngninst her nnd saidl
ho would liko to put n keg of powder under.)
.Mrs. Loopcr nnd tier class and blow them!
up; of course, nil this wns ventilated by tho
I in iv jgof thn community nnd is n good ChribtiniigJ
plo ofKjwotiinri; is goiug to como out of it withp
om theEjgay nnd flying colors. Thcro was n rcportjO
tho Mudirich of Kcuch, noticed thnt tuenjpartios who uro kceiiing cases for this lit
Bednwccn brought in nn nsunlly lnrgcggtio gnmo, nnd it certainly is calculated to
quantity of relics, which thoy offered forecast moro disgraco on religious douominn-j
nalo nt unnsinlly low pricos. This nroupcdiStionR than to cct converts. :
suspicion, nnd by mcauR of rownrdu nndra This old lunatic Roberts is going to baa
throats ot corporal punisumont. xuo rnsuaajtho subject ot everlasting ridicule, wlnlo
-found out thnt whnt seemed to bo nn inpx.jgjMrs. Coopor, who now has tho sympathyS
hausttblo store ot iitiuquiuos oxisten in iv
cavo in .tho mountains near tho torn
Doircl.Ifyilinri, nbuut lour miles lrom thejyjgay nnd flying colors. Thcro was n reports.
Nilo to Uo oaBt of Thobes. Dnond Pnshapout thnt Airs. Coopor said that if sho wotildj?
nt onco tclcgrniihcd tho fact to Cairo, nndftjlmvo to npsocinto with such mou ns Roberts5J
tho.Khedivo directed Herr Emil Brug6ch,feiu Heaven, sho would rathor bo in tlio'
n younger brother ol Dr. JJrugscn t'nsiinkotlicr placo in tuo company of such mou ns
fwho. during the nbsconco of AI. AIa8Pero,2ngorsoll. Sf
:.. !.... A .r llm ,'n..i,li.l- 1Vrt,cni,m tikil f I ul.n ,1M nn .. nMl...n nV.n l.X.l n .:.!. I L4
WnW 1H VJUUIJJU U ,UU .UU.l.n ..lurv y, 'C"J AI OI1U IIIU ni.J i"U JIUI Mlljm OIIU IIUll II iltlbp
iiroceod nt onco to lJoir-oUnahari nnd in-Sato, for this RobcrtH is nn old oflicious fool?
vestigato tho mnttor. Tho result is tuatjsyilint is coiihtnutly hunting up something toSj
clay before yestcrdny Ilorr DrngscU re-jjrfmd fault about. Tho caso has nlroadyJ'J
turned from his mission nnd saloly lanuctlEfcrc.ilcd n great dcnl of bad tceling
'in Cairo a ntenmboat full of tho most prililled tho pajiors for several weeks. Alrs.ra
cioos relics of tho Thobnn dynnBtieg. TheCooper is convicted, but will probablySH
followuiK list ot tlio pnnomii oujecia oiignpuenl
11.1 li (iiwl " oattoni. full In hll of interest : K4 Ton lfilli ntinnnl Af 1'nlmnii.R1 Vnir link.
IUIO ...IV. ,i w- . .. , . uw x... ........... .-.v....-..-....- . .... ...... .
MimuiKior sovMu-ioN. with tiieiu wooiiM cor-Hclosed nnd tho immense pavilion is to beJ
ns aKtKi. Jiswef.1, tUKoria JAU8. r.TC, imtaot.
l.Af.limc l.(Aranili), HIKIneor
tticXVItltli Ujrnnty.. .........
5. Aimnliotrp 1. ( Aimriniul J. Su
Kins of XVIHIh liynmly......
3. Tbothmen 1 3tl Miir uf llm
, 4. TlioiluniM lf '1 KI,,K ' "",
6. Tliolhiiir 111. I 'Hi tlrMl), Mil
KIliKof Ih XVllllli 1M"
e. llmi.p t.. It Kl8 f llu- XUtli
taken down. Tho iustitutu have purchnsedi;
1 niern nf land to erect n lino buildiuir oil's
11 piVlU Ul U11IU 1U Cll'Ui. II IIIIU Ulllllllll U,,,ti
ind I suppoKO (hero will bo 110 moro fnirs3
lor two years., v luanciaiiy the ibtn in-Sj
dtistrial Fnir wns a bucccss, tho receiptor
UriiAity. .......,...... :::..
8. lUni- II..NKIiu;ir UieiiAiu
. 1'iiiptim i.rwKiHaoYiirxxit
1. Itu-uivlm (lUtiiimi !)
!2. Aa-tnot -Nod'rl Atl ....
Seventeen othor princes nnd princosses,
nnil nmont? the utter Alnut JNediom, ol
dnutrhtur of Ramses tho Great.
Four Davvri in a perfect stato of pre".
nervation. 0" "f iheso, Hint of Queen!
Itn.ma.Un, is tnoBt benntifully illiiKtrated
nnd illiiminutcd in irrecu and scarlet. It5
measures slxteou inches wide, nnd, when
amounting to over forty thousand dollars.
llio oxhtbtts ol this 1'nir did not como nim
In llinkH iirovinni:. tliiri, wan vnrv littlnSt
now in the way of inventions. It ccrtmiilyfi
. : ,. ......i !. ... i -im
wns not ho uiucn uuieu tor us iniuunuicai
luispiny ns il wns ior sucu iinngs us soap,
wine, yenst powder, cnudy nnd pop corn.
Tho musio wns tlio groatost loature, ex
cept tho fnir sex, which is nlwnys the
ittmctioti any nud overywltero they visit
It would tako too much timn todesciibd
the diUereut styles of beauty nnd dress but!
thcro wns nil couceivnblo styles iu both.'
What I noticed moro than anything else
wns tho wny thnt Iho hair uf tho buwitch.
ing creatures is fixed up, banged nnd in
curls, Tho banging business is taker
from tho Chinese, it is simply smonringi
the hair nil over tho forehead down to tin
unrolled ila length will probably bo foundluoEO, nud tho other 4ylo is tho samo ns n
In ...itriuiim I'.'ll 111' 1.111 IL'Ul. Hluu l uihiioviviiu ..wii. .... . vw.
A innmiillouiit tent uuido of piecos of
lenthor of dilleront colors aim oeanug uiei
enrtoucho of King Pinutom I., with IheJ
royal vulture aud stars in red, yellow and
Fifteen enormous wigs which wcro worn
upon occasions of ceieniouy. Thoso wigf-
. aro about two fett high, nud aro made of
curled hair or wool falling iu braids behiud
Throe thousand seven hundred small
porcolniu funeral etntultes, oach boaring
cartouche and inscriptions.
Nearly two thousand othor objects ; such
aa drinking cups, 1)ikois, vanes, lamp
nVna. chn!r. dried fruits, boxes, etc., elo.
It is impossible to esttmale the archa-o-logical
value of these treasures until n
careful inspection of them has lieou made
mwl iho iniivri fullv intemrototl and coui
..,r,l'wiil, others. In the meantime llu
iriielmi aro carofullvlooked up iu the llu
snu m of Roulnk, which is now necessarily
.close to all visitors. ,M. Maipero wat
present in Pari preparing for publication
tho texts of Iho pyramid of the Vlh and
YltU Pyuastios, which wro brought to
liifbt last winter, tneiexvoi muiymiu.u
I V Ul
arouud tho forehead. Styles iu clothes 1
will not nttomiit to describe. They nro like
tho stylo in head goar legion no two
.1!, Ti. ... 1.. ...n ll.n. I.a l.l.a.nmul
1IKO. Il niijieurn iu iiiu imii inn uiiaiuvn.
f the ladies who nlteud the paviliou is to
mash nud bo mushed.
In the garden alongside of the pavihoi
noticed tho cfl'cct of the clectrio. lighting'
on tuo plants nuu some oi mo target
hrubtj. They shrivel up ns if they wore
burnt. I think it would not do to try to
iibe tho electric light lit place of tho sun to
propagate not uouso niaius,
I1M. M...ltAal jtvl.tlnf. Iliitf. innrln IliA mo.41
noibo was u littlo locomotive aud a train ol
ara tint run on nu elevated track somo JO
feet nbovo tho floor, a bridgo 420 feotlone.
In mm niiico fitionorled with wtros. 'llu
ongino hat -t inch diameter driving wheels,
ind cylinder 1 i iu diameter and 2 inch
mi 7. -. I I!-- ..... ...
UrOKe, 1 1118 nillltaiuru locuuunnu inn in
i kjood o 5 o p ujilcs an ..Jiour, aud il
uiniio muy ns raucn hoimm ? mrto iuoj
ion engine 6omeinug iiko boiaii uiou
thev show off and make up for the!
insignificance in siio by noise. There were(
two flying machines but neither flew ; one.
looked liko a shinwreeked ben-coon and tho
other looked like well, anything but whatj
lilflit lasi wiuiur. iuo iv w v ,v...
y n..'- !,. U.I trtnn nf the Vtb Dv
aabty) will bo publwhed at ParU in tbojit wa intended for. They were perfectly
KALANI OF OAHU.
An HNtnrlrnl Rnmnncn nf Ifawnll,
Tho nbovo is llio
author, 0. AI. N'owoll, llm cono of which
is Inid on this islnnd in tho vieinitv nf
It ..I..,.. r.,i . ,. . ... ... .r.
IWIlOlltl II. IHO DUO K 1H l IPnlKi li "Hi..
.tuiiestv JJnvid Kulitkiiitn. Kiitni1irnrlm
tho Vff. King of tho oiuht IhIoh." Hun'
tho ntilhor initkcM tho first of bin titnncr
otm orrors. for Ivmg Knlnknitn is nnt-.n'
ICnillolinillollll. Tlio tllot nf llio nlnrv iii nJ
folloWH: rtllhinikltllllll! llm Inut ICirwr nf
, , . :: i .. r v.'". n v
u.'itiu, wiiom llio nut tor ca lis ho "I,.,-.
ng, with ono ennoo mniineit by sixtv
wnrriors wont lo Hnwnn to nook n Di'rnonnl
uicountor with Kmnolintnulin, and on n'
very (UirK nm Htnrmv tin it Intuitu! no1
Coco iBlninl nenr Ililo whom Knimhiiinilin!
tiH Hlooping, nnil iillackud nnd killwl him
ind look iirisonerH bin wifo Krinhittii'imi
and a dniiglttor IVlnluIu. Tho goddns!
toio, iiownvvr, njiiionred and ruslorod
ivniiiclinnicliii to hfo. and Knlnti kuinili
mtiinicd to liiiicaiioc, being hard prosnod
it ii t , i. i .....
nibiiii nun iiion roiurned to ilniii nno
from llioro lo Onltu wlirro ho brought Kit
iitilo. Their pnlncn was nenr tho foot of
Punch Howl, which is rolled in llio liook
i unwni, (tho correct nntivo nmno is luo
wmnn,) nnd of which it in Raid: "Thoro
winds n Btocn nnd perilous path down tho
very iroi I Wllern fmv int. t in irnvonf mn
lliko lo trust UioiiisoIvm in timcrtof ponco."
II bis will bo nnwn lo Iho mnnv Inrlioo nml
i.fi , . .. . .
cuuuron in Honolulu who linvo often
iwnikiMi up to tho lop of Punch Howl.
-M.nr uio pniaco was a fountain whoro
I'oio BOliiotlltiOH nnnenrod anil ennvoi-niwl
willi tho young King. On ono occasion
wlllln nt this fountain ho nxnronqpil li!,n.
Holf diRplonsiHl with tho evident neglect of
ll'ole, and sho itnniodinloly npponrccl in a
i:reatrago and foretold bitn Ins nml nml.
ii'lc. Ah a farewell gift bIio iirfoontod him
V:cnv '"fgod in hor own volcanic h'ros of
Ivliatlim. Alivnno who bnti nnon Hm l...;i.
tin and )oroim lnvn in tho crater of Ki
Initwi would not valuo very higlily a Kjienr
iimilo of il, oven by thu goddess Polo.
Iho palnco wao Hitunlotl in an orango
grovo, hut llioro woro no orangca grown
on thoso islands until yearn after. Thero I
was also nenr by " a great ulgnrolm Iroo " f
hi muuii unt iiv.uru nilllg (iroatllliy. iUO(l- B
I'll llawaiiuil lizard., urn not. mnlnrfinna K
... ... w.-.w..., --,
and tlio itlgaroba (or inosqttit) treu wan in
slylo ono would nnturnllv niiimnan n,n i.
hnd wrillon tlio Blorv of Knlnnl nftor rend !
mg tho "Arabian NiirhU" and nlmlrinJ
nnciont Greek nnd Roman mythology, for
ovory chnptor is n hiiccossion of miriicl(.
anil nriiUiHll mvt ho OlfV. Am n rmnnnpn vi,
cannot command tho booki ns an "hislori
Cal rotnntlCO " WO must limiuninrv, ,'f n iln.
ciiumi inillirot 1)1 l ns n litnriirv rnrinall.
. ri 1.1... 1..f , t , 1 tti
nv nuiuil iiiivinu pcopio IO TPnit IU
Two COtlieS linvo boon rnei.iviMl In Ifnn
nun. JJotli wero Bent bv t
tof Air. C. It. Bishop nml th
W. CI. 1'nrkn, nnd both wi
lurocl us for perusnl,
Our Musical Monthly.
I r,OTK.-lt frrnnpnllr tilrmmfl ll.t h--..l--11
Li...i..i J . . . i .. V. iiiinii.iiii
n,.iu.-iii roiiio ncnwi Mimctiiuitf thai Is not iMiltel
,clenr to them, llicrcforn wo Intcml in thl. .In.o.i I
Rinent to try nnd nnirnll ipieitlons srsnt to tin!
K""'""K "i illume, vuriuono suoiiiu bo sent ill, I
riiu. mirriimn inn IIII OI MC I moiltll. np-ni...
uy mo J awaiiaiiH, and uiiido good hisWtrodiiced hero atu cointiarntivoly recent
rotrcnt. Ivnnhmnnnii mndo her osr.nin..riilnlo. '"l'l.Mil,...f f d. ,...- .. .
. .... . ... - ---- - .., ...vi...
lint Irtlprllinn Mm lltli -. a-mI. M-..it.
- ... .. . "" ' " .VII lliuillll.
Mpanlcd by tlio full imincs of tho writer, j
".llnjle i xnlls each Joy, nllnys each grlf,
'.(pen uinenses, softens every piln ;
A nd Ii .iien Hie wlso of nucinnt d.iys ndored
Uno owcr of pliyalo loaliHly nnd son,"
Afusic in poetry trmisligured.
Tho flttlo wns illTOIltcd hv Nvnirniq in.
Inszt tho great pianist ii said lo be!
Music must havo pnro minded followers,
Foot Gunrdn. Knlnknun'n tircdMmW nh
ttho Hnwniinn Ihrono applied (o tho Prns
linn Atinislor of Wnr for a tnemiW nr
jmjlitnry Imnd who might organize such a
Bbind on tho Prnssinn Byslem in Honoltiln,
iino minister ot wnr mndo llio request
Ipnblie, nnd Iho successful candidalo for llm
post wnii tho oboist Bergcr, who, liberally
provided with monov for traveling ox.
IpcnSCS, forthwith Btnrled for ironnlnln.
tho author oncB-Sovcrnl nalivcs blosscd, ncconling lo Ha
tho other to Jlr.Jwniian idenu, with ii nntnm! nplitudo for
ero Kiniuy ion music, woro placed nt his d snosnl. nnd
with Iheso ho bognn his course of instruc
tion. Thnt this task wns neither eniy nor
sitnplo will readily bo believed. Still, it
wns not long heforo ho hnd trot his nunil.i
on so far nn lo bo cnpablo of executing
short mililnry signals on tho horn nnd
irnm. Othor instruments having been
irdcrcd from n Berlin mnnufnclnrcr. Ihn
Hnwniinn mnsicinns woro taught how lo
tiso thpm, nnd initiated in thy secrets of
tnufifcinl notnliou. Tho hifni ri-nirrii.m1
mil wiyi luorcnscd in numbers. Thornem.
bor ,or soon nblo lo execute on festiVcr
jOccnsions tho national hymns of different
connlrics. It is true, they were rather
badly off wilh regard to outward. emiliimcnt,
'PI.-.-, t.-.i . I.i.. .1 . ....'r L .. . I
-in-jf nuu i Kinu ui uuiiurin coai nnu
o bo several moro sutrar iilntitnti.niH ill.1'0"1 cnplivily but Pololllln was Uikoli touffain trtmt" wnn linnnl nml i. il,..-.. ,..-.. II.
..., r. .i c. . . . . . '. .ik-I.Mni,; ,i,,,l .,ri.......1 I.. C1..1. 1 I...- SO... i " i .. . . """.J-." iiik- ;:IICIurO CllO Will IMVO IIIlL Iter riclinct. rriri.
uineii in uio onmiwicu islands to nieeigi.V ....... ti.i.i lU wi nm , neciiiiiejiioi, a goal on tno island ol Unliu, Busy I ,. ,, a '
hodemnnd. Ktlio qtieoii of Kalnnikupiilo. Tho Htorygboisi nlso iibed lo light on llio honoyauck i T,l Alontngttc-Turncr Opera Company
BusinoBs ofnllkimlR is improving, ovonEfOXt ,C,H'S "l0 lis """"B with grent kucccfb in the
o suicides nnd murders. Vim ol capes tS "T ZZ i.T'1 r Jf fV' Kn",,.,IIlt,,l ',"ro lo h W "I""1 " to fight on (Colonic.
n v of !,. if,n , ,,,, :. ... ; lMho f." n.0HH !'?l.uJ " t!,. Nutiri ui Pah wiwiUivin; and tho most "sdnnl.ly" of alT Hnw- S A violin m.. 1m ,n,1n n :.., .
ho Oakland boat wi.h'n brace V rWZZX &&S? X ti.ehSKal S1 " '" W'
ifos flat irons around your neck : colBwiitehi..! llm ennlnif. fmm II... ,,,n,,..t..:.fl i, :.. "1I...1 iir ...1-..! I,mi..J .1 n. .".l?,n ti AIiss A co Oatos. onera lionfro 5nr.
" itviiiui. AIIU IUUIJIJIILT
or mad nnd it only costs you twenly.livojpmlu above, rtisboddown toKiilaiii'scorpseKstromns " had
nuts. Aiiothqr favoiilo way in to go overfiupon which hIio died. Wdiivs, and bolo
nnis. Anotlior lavoritfl wav
Oakland mid tako n dinner
nt ; this is the surest.
A fow llfim nin, tt.nrn wnn
ver tho city hand. bills ntinuuncitiL' n Biii-151"1! of incongruities from beginning loSBntitbor, formed bv tho N
w ....... (J a EBr.ittl .. .......1 1... . 1. 1 I BIB 1 ' ...m " -
1 nt Piatt's Hall. Therclf", 1 ,st, , xIeoii 10 Homewnmi was "tlio work of cento
in a rostnu-a J-'elfilitltt, or Kupulo, is a creation of tho?
author's, but tho others who liguro in Ihel
distribulodHst(.).rJr wor" rc, chanictora. Tho book isi
ittial iiorformanco 1
ns to bo spirit hand shaking nnd large
tanos woro to float nrotiud iu tho nir nnd
o played on by invsiblo hands. The
esult was n crowded hall mid over a thou.
ind dollars taken in nt tho dosr. The
perators of this show roped in a bell boy
t tho International hotel lo go on the
flgc, nnd ho skipped out with tho coin.
I10 audience commenced to cull forghosti
nd spirits but not ono could bo found,
nd tlio piano would not float worth a
onl, but tho nudionco raised up nnd lloat-
oxlont 111 a novel, but as " Ivnlniii ofi
Ualni " is called "an historical rnuumnfi '
llio many glaring orrors cannot bo ovor-
"llowerimr banks" in thnsi.
days, and bolow tho Pali was tho "flowery
....... ... ...wiiii.ii. .t.i ji iniiou U.KKllilllll
llowors aro liowoxliltct. Honolulu bnrlinr
and its pnssiigc, were, according to our
utuinti fit renin
ries." This is
11 now theory. It is claimed bv fitbor
sciontista that tho surroitndiitg coral reef
was tho work of many centuries and that
ilia ft'ouli wiirtit fVttii tint "NTttni ..(n,..n
Tho Boconil chnpler describes tho aliipRprovontod it front oiicroocliing onto what
hltoom of which John "loiiug was boat-Sis now thu harbor.
Knlnni went to Afntti and, after Htislnin
wmn, heading for Upolu point in the
storm, for by turning tho point thov
would bo undor tho leo ot tho land off
Kohnln. bho cxTienonced two or three
heavy earthquakes and then suddenly
they behold Uames loap hundreds of yards
irom 1110 top ot a distant mountain1
Swill pasi through hero on tho December
I Mr. Henry Kctlcn, tho pianist who gave
fsovcrnl concerts hero somo timo ngo, has
finished his tour in Australia.
rt Schubert was a maslcr of counterpoint
Sand harmony nt Iho ngo of fourteen. He
Jdicd when only thtrty.ono nnd left bohitid
fbim nearly n thousand compositions, tix
ThllriiUfiil tF (limit . .,..
iiuiiuiwu v4 ifini,ii nuiu OlJMUn
Tho pinno-forle wns invented in 1711. bv
Bandmaster Bnrgor nrrnnged a fine nro-
. - . . . ; ....
grnmrno 01 tniiMO lor llio .Memorial (Jon
"cert in honor of tho lato President of the
KflA r - t ... i 1, i, ... , H
i 1110 uniortunalo.lacksoii to inil, nndthelBV, ;" '."'""" " bu"" vn-Eiurtoijai encounicr wnon nn en
..... J. & lfl timiirr tt'tlll M il nn (lift is...t nf 41..N.HII..1 1- ... 1 il. 1
lltccrs nrrostcd nil tho nrlnoiin s iu thoH.-.: ....... "..'"7. f ,'..." ,ul "'"'"' "--iiiiook rent, 1110 groimu ociwoon Uiem
. . . IW rv Mfllllir.inTl ' "I'lin lirrltf. irmn ntmitH m. 1...1 l... .. . 1 1
nilly and fin?d tl.cm nil ho mm ov thBV ?00nibCnm ,lk h eVf Lnoon'l 0,mni (,1V0W his Inr nt Keao and tho
ev Ind tnkon i "";Ilatter reeled and foil into tho pit. Tho
.$, 1 1 1 1 , I . cxcol)tI0" ofMdiscovered n doublo war canoo manned by&Onhuans wero victorious and tho conouor-
.00 winch they had to pay lawyers. ThoyJUty nudo natives, tho loader of who.nfed army oincd Knlani . Sc . nuX for
liked tho people but tho judge played it ESKiiliinikiipulo, nroso and waved to them toffrnmnW TfiKfn,-v u,.v ti,t n... oi
hviiv u.i V..U111, 1.11.1 yon n.iuiii. M.iy 1.11
ing 11 disastrous defeat at tho battle of
Kapaniwai, returned to Oahu. After his
return lin wnn ni.tnol.-oil. i.rpnrilimr .. llm
.story, by his uncle, Koao, King of Kauai. United Stntes, nt h'tnmn Squnro Tuesday
Tho battle took plnco in tho Ntiunnu vnl iovoiiing. It wns very impressively played
iu,y unit iiuaiii anu ivono migageit 111 a ,uy our cxcciiont uanci.
Til ft ?TlrW r Cnmilnti linn 1, -I -.. -. Jl
J J.i '"B " unuuu IIU WL'tlUWt'U OH
( . i i i r.. l i . t ii .
lU.iti.imu uiiiuiy uinu uio incuril " ijitcrifi Gt
I 1 i. I 4h .-..w. ...u.u. ui. .J bl.uu I...J JUOIl
CEjciiiiuiiuu mull COUl ne, llllll 111. LIIilL I lUmClll 'llllnllntlr Inn r .I nn nf Wn ,nnii a 7n
'ourt wns tho receiver of money obtaiuvdgjtlioy saw tho "crags of Hilo" diroctlyglau aud thnt tho Knunians wero attacked
ndcr lalso pretenses. cacross uieirpnui. jii wninunalm, or tliogby Kalani. A second baltlo was fought
.. i ..!-. i i t w . ii i ajcii'i iiiiniiiffoiii nn mtiiit m t n - .. .-.'za.. i t.i iiii -w . i .
Jin i ciu?u huh iRiior i icarn
there is noH?wln!.,n"!S 'Wtilclt, near Hilo, a "cnmsonSat Ewn in which tlio Kaunians wero bndlv
ope now of President Garfield's rocoverv.W n-iiooa was pouring lunousiy " at ttiisdefented and Knoo or Kacokiilani (whom
.o hnd a chill and is sinking rapidly. ' B rao nn(f tl)i' vaV ?nn0" wna ""on W sicedjtlio author cnlls Keao) wilh n few othors
ii' i ... t. .!..' . . Inonwnrd to Coco isle. Ilnrii wns Kun,ebn-tluoor.fl n,.l,. 1, I ,,.,.,. .i:,.. i
I, u lUilt u III! Xlllll.lll Will HOW in .'YriinnaVJ , -.r , - -- ----- .-- . .!l"--" i"ira inn, nt.-u uinuiuilll
of solilinnU V. ' Jv,""-"lnn"" "" i-oioiuiu, giinruedisniid slam. Tho nutlior's account of tho
nm lot, nry' . rco , lum ? . CJ-oson warriors. Jvn-fciight also says that tho Kauaiuns inarched
"hL beo'nl' "Ii l,U his men run into a littlolto battlo with " tho stirring music of fifes
,v.ut iw.uL.. mu iiuuiiuiuu bnuuiy wiirniiu nuinorous cnrciiiutn arums." Tliero
jennocs, and thoso thoy scuttled and snnkitinstmmonts wero of tho writer's own
to gain tnno in oaso of pursuit, for thoSmnnulWrir-v
writor says, " Knlhnikiiimfo and his chiofsS During Kalani's stay on Mnui, Kupulo
fi vyoll, know that .jiunkon cnnoe,vwcro itgnmnscd horsolf with her companions nnd
arownoa in a hUnprcrt foot- of wntor, wasSwilh short ennoo voyages near shore. To
,;,.. iXr, tno,r conntr" "Ter8,jgdc3cribo ono -isit to tho "Kimtai o rtU
T' ii3.. Z v;"J"fC", tounindootthoirgrtlto fountain previously alluded to, nnd
lnvn diookh or enrv.i nin..M fc.T,,. .cli , , " . . r ..."
iul there havo been a number of soldiers
nd citizens killed, nnd thero
oldtcrs being sout there. There has beo'n
uch n great rainfall in Arizonn that it is'
ifficult now to transport, troops. Axox.
The TnnefurLyre. .
Thcro onco was a man with a wito
Who led him n torriblo life;
11b .iiJ, "how much better
If I could just ot 'er
Exiled to the Hotel de Fyfe."
Dear Sallio Ann Mnrinh
She mndo a little ll.ili
And lit it with n match nnd kcrosono ;
The Qnh Wits invfnl hot
And Alariah up and -ot
To her little hmvo duwu by tho vill.if-o groon.
Thero was n younf; lady 1 know
Wlio one day (jot yi-ry )ii,
'Cauiu her father they " soy"
Made her eat IIhIi and poi.
Now she says, "its really 'too too.'"
Ilh Christian uaruo wns Dave
And his Horuanifi it was Wintor.
llo's lyiiiu in his f-r.ivo
'Cuuao ho didn't pay the printer.
Thoro wns a young lady from Ililo
Who cried oat "how funny I filo I"
She'd becu eatlnR Rreen pfar.i
And hnd quito on iwares
ForKOttcu to Uiku oil thu ito.
Thero wns n yoanst fellow named Itydor
Tried to sail to tho moon ou n spider.
Hu'd been drlnUiuK cUainpaKtio
Or clso was iiiHai-iui
From imbibing tuo niucli of hard cider.
Thcro was a youiiR l.idy from York
Never nto beans nnli-s.'.stio hnd pork.
She oxclniiued, "(-r,icioua mo 1
1 never did sto
Such n place, to eat poi with n fork."
A Coli'Stint who hnd jut lost his fmeuo
At n lom w.is to kno.v what to dueue.
Iu his couutry no doubt
llo'lt bo surely barred oubt
When the big Kales ho trie to (jo tlirucne.
He nrrived on the Bte.imer from Truckeo
Aud by nature was " hnpiy go luoky,
Hut his Htory is brief.
llo d ells on thu reef
And ho wishes thnt now he wns matt.
For complexion ho used Crtnie ilr In,
Aud was pretty nx ptetty could bid ;
With her little ch ijeau
Sho would up Uio street Roan,
Aud suuli style now you seldom do sis.
l'ut away his little trumpet ;
lie will never uso it more I
'Neath our linud liU form we crush-ed.
Now in pento uuaiu we tmoru.
Littlu Johu McKoy
Wi.h ti itHii'ililv bov
Aud diHiibeyed his mama when Uo climbed up In
And he fell Hoiuehow
l-'rum the topmost houh
And broko his littlu cranium into pieces twenty
A Remlnisenco of Wailuku.
In early dnys whon Rov. J. S. Green
wns pastor nt Wailuku, he suggested to n
chivl named Ammo thai tho Wniluuu peo
plo should duiiu n uouso oi prayer to tu
Alost High God. Tho chiof ngrced, and
ordered tho natives to bring stones from
Iho brook to tho lop of tho hill, near where
st-iuds the Wailuku mill. Ho then cm
nlovcd a mnsoii who wns a good mechanic,
but n mnn of bad mo rnl character, to build';
tho walls. Whon tho walls wcro nhoul
eight feot high, Mr. Greon returned, nndg
feeing this mnn at work told the chief ihnl
ho should not havo employed him ns God
blessing wouiu noi, rust on mo uuiiaiu
Tho work then ceased, nnd after a while.
tho chief had tho walls torn down, nnd 9
house built fur biiim'lf of the materials.
Whun tho walls woro nt tho required
height. Mr. Green was passing, nnd went
uu on tho top nnd walked around, Said
ho. "tho curso of God will always rest ot
thoi-o 6tono$, nnd tho inmntcs of this house,
ns tho materials were collected by tho peo.
pie for God's house."
The chief did not heed Iho curse, but
iluibhed the house and moved iu. He died
in less than a month. His successor in
iho chieftainship also occupied the build
log. and lived less than a year. Then the
home stood idle for many years, and the
Hones were soia oy juineiam to too ai
rlibus" with tho ribbon of tho Soranhim
At Iho ngo of 77 Sir Jules Bonedict.
jtno English musician, lias become n father.
A statuo of Verdi is Boon to ho unveiled!
i Bcethovon wns very fond of composing!
tmusic in too open nir, nnu would some-
(times go nwny off in tho fields for that
fpurposo where ho could be loft nlono with?
this thoughts wlnlo tho wind waved his
tcluslcrs of gray hair nbout his head. The!
train would often fall upon him nud his!
manuscript, but ho wns usually so absorbed!
3.1... i.n . r.i t...i i:ui .....if... i. :. I
dlUilb 11U Jli.lU UUli 11111U llllCUllUIl IU 11.
jj Nover let n child bang a pinno. Tho first!
impression of treating tho instrument ns n
itoy mny do lasting damage to later must,
teal instruction. A cloar, firm lonching of
Ja nolo at a time should bo all that is nl-
Slowed, oven to to tho youngest child.
tllljr nf rn.l. , .f.
en..i i in i BM; . t w..w ...... ,, ..., ,
"--i.i Niiinii nun innnir rni . . ..i.n .,... ui..A , ii.. ..i. .i mi m . . .
tho surfaco again."' Knnnum niue.Vily 'SSa'arTLTVrmucVloTib-aeflYHft!
lenuu wcro B.ueij uuuiicieu nunu iiHiuuiiiKino uook. it- tens principally oi nor ox- -Jrdtbough not to ho prized abovo nil otne
.. iuu, w.u v........i ...-.u ,iUuu.raireiieiiraniuiioiiiio,iiiuiiiiiiiiBuiiiiiiiuie mntters. Tho best rentiers are oltentimes
xnoaoors oi uio nouses waning ior tuwsoa monsters. Xlio nuinor ovuiontiv in- S.i...:.i r :.i ri: .i . ..- --
a 1 t I1.: !.: I .."!, H.S'i..T 1 ... I.!. 1. -I" .f ailOVUlU Ul 11.UMU.i1 ll.U..WK Ill.UUllUU mu
SV,U?V. V'" T",B".." " l". mV ";ft8'.?u fcivu ins louueiH buuiu lum.oi gL.ontfoQ of ,,,0 ntilhor whom thev nro on.
ronsiauiit. inoi, a soul wns visinio in LiiossHnwniinii mvt. in nn-v. nnr it. is n mm. mnn ,a. ' . . .
Pintouso darkness" says tho WTitor, al-Wpnrls imagination to ono part mythology. Adcnvoring jo interpret
tnougn a snort timo uoioro, not more uianjjtn ono ol ivupuio's littlu sou excursions,
ian hour certainly, it was stated that tho'whilo lying still in tho ennoo sho felt an
flight from tho volcano wns liko tho" glarolfoccasional thud against tho bottom.
Sof noon-day." "With tho first flash of light-j8"AVhen about to pnddlo from tho spot sho
filing Kalanikupulo waved his bright'ibecamo awaro that it was a rytlmiicnl vib
fsword and tho contest begnn. Hero tho&jrntion beating musically against tho bot-
K?.iutnor pits in saying oniy tuo gnosuytom of tlio ennoo." Wliut could bo moro
gglight of a fow slumboring embers in tlie5?ridiculous.
sreontro ol tun room snowed wliern inv tnory rr n ilnpnnl.nii nf tlin hnltln r.F Xmi.
W , .. t, ... " , M ""... , .. --.w -. ...... u, , , , ... J
JTSleonini' mounrcil." It, Was not 1110 CUStom'ii'nnii ivi I no inn it. nrnvn interesting tn aremcitu uiju.i i umiiuu u"1" ii.uiu, nuu
xof ancient Hnwaiiuns to havo fires in thoirj?re:ulnrs nt n distnuce. but the nnlv nortinns aihebo chnnge nnd blond in n charming
Bjhousos, astho boat in n tropical chmntojS familiar to residents ot Honolulu aro tho amanncr as a quick nir is played
p would tuivo neon unDoaratuo. in otnerjnaincs of tho liatto anil tlio lendiu" actors, s
;t)laccs tuo position of annios encamped utjBXcnrlv nil of tho account is mini fiction.
Knight is roprosontod as boing mndo nppar FHKniunti, who deserted Kamchamolio, laud
I'ijent by tho " numerous camp fires," an idonsW on Oahu nt Honolulu, passing Kamo
,tlint originated with tho author. But tofehamoha'sarmvoncampedbeyondDinmond
hettirn to tho attack. Tho struggle wnsjjalloiul, says our author. But Kaiana really
?sovoro and resulted inKuiiieliamoWboingtJlnndod his army on tho Koolau sido of tho
iislain. At this jiiucturo " Polo, tho bcnit-Jf island and joined Kalanikupulo by cross
tfftil Ignipottnt of Minima Lon," iippcaiedSing tho mountains to Honolulu. Tho plan
Sand restored him to lifo. Tho Oahunns'wof tho buttlo in tho Nuunnu volloy was
slaughtored many Hawniians and drovowcortainly a quoor ono nnd os diflercnt from
itho remainder into tho son, and then withlruutliontic accounts as it could well bo.
Rtho beautiful Pololulu look their dopnrt-aihvhon tho Onliunns first began to fall back
jure from tho isle. This wns very queerjgthoy movod along tho mountain on tho
Swcalher that tho writer desoribos a vol-jWirthorn sido of tho vnlloy, consoquontly
Jennie oruption, enrthquakos, thunder aud't was not supposed by thu Huw.iiiaus that
lightning ana a Heavy wind nnu rnin-iflhnlaui" designed retreating up tho vnl
titorni till at onco. K'y but rather over tho mountain into tho
k xiiu uuuiuin.ii.iuii ui li-iiuuii nuu x-uiirgitiisirict oi uiaiuu, nnu uieuce, poi inqis,
Mlulti, upon whom ho bestowed tho latturiSto Ewa bay, whore ho might liayo hnd
canoos stationed 10 ioko nun iinti nm iiruiy
to Kauai. This plan was feasible-, etc." It
would bo almost impnssiblo to innku a
greater geographical error. A stond was
'rnadu near tho pali where tho entrnnco wns
so narrow that only ton assailants could
fight abreast. Tho formation of tho
ountry nas ciinngeu a tno nuuior is cor
oct, for thero is no such entrnnco now.
Tlio fow who stood by Knlnui iu his Inst
itnud fell with him, nnd Kupulo, who was
It is snid that tho nnciont Egyptinnt
held music in such high ostcom that they
employed it ns n remedial ngont, believing
it a sure euro lor certain kinds of disease
A curious musical instrument, called
i color organ, has been invented ; wheu the
vnrious notes nro sonnded by touching the
keys, diflercnt combinations of colors nrc
nir is played. lUut
livn EflncM nrn n-rntifinl nf nnpn nnil tl.f.
5tUr.l,?1l.. r.,.,1. iiinn fliin ).n Mnrlnrctftn.lo
""""" ivv.n liv .u..i. ..u u..uu.u.uu,
ho harmony botwecu melody nnd color.
A grand concert will bo given in tht
New Music Hall Novembor Sd, for tht
trouscM, but woro provided with boots only
at special solemnities: ns it rule., the-
played at concerts nnd duriurf hifl MniVtv'n
dinner in their feot. This wns durintr
King Lnnnlilo's reign. Tho present King
pcedilr ndoptcd measures to have his nn.
tional band drcucd no noarly ns possiblo in
accordance with European notions. When
Princo Hcinrich, on his tour round tho
world, landed nt Honolulu, ho wns sur
prised nt his reception by tho fltrnins of
tho national hymns, executed quito cor
rectly: "Hcil dir im Siegcrkranz" nnd'
" Ich bin oin Preusso, " oxcculcd with nl
most uniform precision nnd correctness ; to
his astonishment, moreover, Iho instru
ments woro in tho hands of colored per
formers, and it wns not until bandmaster
Bergcr, .the Berlin oboiBl. wns presented.
thnt tho mntter beenmo clear to him
ucrger is very much respected nnd liked bv:
tho Court of Honolulu nnd Iho European1
colony in' tho plnco. Sovcrol years sinco
ho visited Iiib mother In Berlin, but stopped
only for n short timo before returning to
As wo nro surrounded on nil sides by
.Chincso it mny not bo uninteresting to our
ronucrs to lonrn somotinng or Ihoir stylo of
music. Their musio is moro wonderful as
a formulated system than ns lending to tho
piuuuuviuii ui iiu.iuuiui nieiouics. it is orr
to desperation, unnatural in structure.
weak nnd mechanical as to, accent. It re
pels rathor thnn nttrncts, nnd porhnps for
this reason few students have been led to
study itn many marvels. Their lovo of
symbolism is, howovor, ybry Btrong. Thoy
find in tho imperial stringed instrument,
tho " kin, " correspondences as follows :
"Its length is bb thrco hundred and sixty
five days ; its breadth ns tho bi'x point of
tno umverso ; its thickness ns tuo four sea
sons. Tho ttvo strings nro as tho fivo,
original clomonis water, firo, wood, metal
md earth: its arched top and flat bottom
aro ns heaven nnd earth and so ou, Tho
chromatic scale of tho Ohinose is sincu-
larly associated with tho months of tho
year. JJeginntng with."" which ngreos
with Novomber, they proceed through " F "
sharp, which is associated with Dccombor,
kignilicant of great personages. Thus,
that of Konngor".ba is grave and serious,
ft represents tho Emperor; the sublimity
iof his doctrine, tho ranjosty of his counten
ance nnd tho high importance of his actions.
jjThat of Chong or "Sol" is ns tho Minister ;
Shis justico, intrepidity, etc. And so on for
jlvioor "Lia;" Tcbo or "JJo;" Xuor "Ho."
SStrangcly enough these modes cannot be
transposed without its being discovered.
Qualities of touesnro cnrcfully fcrmulatca
by tho Chmeso in circular paradigms. Thoy
aro thoso obtained from wood, silk, terra
eotth, stone, skins, gourd and bamboo.
Tho student of Chincso music must be-
j como acquainted with tbo following work's:
six books ot authenticated theory, four
hooks on music nnd tho dance, twonty.six
on nnciont music nnd that of oach succeed
ing dynasty, twelvo on tho usagos respect-
part of his own unine, Kupulo is much
liko tho pliruseology used iu describing!
tno conversation oi American Indians, in
many places this smno stylo is noticeable.
Tho author makes thorn speak of tnking
tho ''war path" and alludes to tho natives!
'smoking tho pipo of peaco and calls
.riii;iffj mociicino nion." At tlio luno tne
hero of this story nourished, tho " pitw o
. . ,...1 .. . ii-i? i
pencil -- unit not uecoino uu uihuuiuoii
uunng I'oiynestnti nations, iviipuie, ml
uiiring tho soft eyes of Kalani, comparedjlovorlooking tho battlo from tho sido of
thoiu to tliosii of tho " cooing wood-dWaolani (Kouahuouui) ran to her dying
lovos " slio luul lolt polnnd. 'limro wore
no doves on tho islands at that timo.
Kupulo is spoUmi of us a descoudiint of!
Polo, and hor mother would sometimes
limp tuto tno nery lakes ol lliluuea and!
swim round in thoiu with Polo. At thib
hue thu crater ot Kilnueu was tabued,
:o women nnd thoy wero not allowed to
liter it. And such idwttrd statements do.
not servo to lucreaso olio's mtorcst in the
Aftor Kalani returned from JIaui to
Hawaii to wngo war uiion Kiimohamohn,
ho is spoken of at kawaihtio witli tin
Uvuio bird irotl. richly deeoratoil with rare
feathers and costly pearls, lotrothcr with
brilliant iowols long sinco descended to;
tlio Kiuire of Mam hoir-ldoms from the
old Spanish prioste wieckod iu their rioh;
irgosy upon rua i.oio coiuitrips ooforo.
In othor placos ho speaks of diamonds
. . r ,. i .
wans, gold, etc., etc,- -an creations 01
Knlnui at Kawaihae, tol
wus for Kainohamohu and enid: "There
uo others for you to flash your n( kant
Mloa unon." 1'elo is oitner mismiotoil i
dio author or jiossoasod a very improper
iknowlcdire of tho Hawaiian lautruiigo ;
nrobublv tho former. Tho nuthor'n knowl-
Kdgo of tho language is ovidontly limitocl
us uio louowiug buiuniua wm biiow: no
speaks of tho anut mokut oUImdU," (larf
ships of tho foreigners.) and has Kupu
buy to Kalani mai ts imii matou out
... ... ... .. tttr ... itv ,, mil
Ulom (, jwjw nuue j) f uuitl WUlll WO
who lovo so must dio togvthur.l
Kalani defeated namuhoniena in tno
t'kvM nmC" and died by his prostralo body,
KalaniUupuln is described ns u young
mnn of oighteen or twenty, a bold warrior.
ol faultless liguro, wiso, kind-iiearteil ana
possessing all tuo attributes of tin ideal
pritico. Kalanikupulo was in reality ono
af tho most treacherous nnd crafty of Ha
waiian kings and is described by naviga
tors who saw him before his defeat as ap
pearing "old nnd dobilttutod." Whon his
irmy was annihilated in tho groat battlo
in tho Nuuauu valley ho undo his escape
to tho mountains, andsovornl months after
was cnuglit at wnipio ami brought to tva
tnohamoha, who sacrificed him to his war
Vo novo noticed only n low or tho er
rors in "Knlani of Oahu." Tho author was
probably hero but n short timo only long
suotigu to got a genorni uienoi tuo country
md natives, and whon writing nn olnbor-
ito description of tho hconery, battles,
lis own prolilio brain. Polo appeared tomjiistoms, oto., had to supply much of the
d lum that Hnwmiinaterial from his imagination. Tho writor
tins n pleasing stylo of composition, pnrti
nularly in deecriptivo writing, but is too
careful n student of "Welttter's Uiiabridged
uictionnry to miiKo ins dook onjoyanio to
tho averago reader. At tho commencement
of every chapter is a short poem. Two or
three of thoso aro good; tho bclnnco uro
only roodiocro. In his nroso composition
oo no occasiouauy proaics into ruymo, as:
i" "lis truo our littlo band is small, anu Ha
waii's fresh forces strong aud mauv but
there'll bo loss of us to fall, and low to
tell tho talc if any!
io juago from uio aiuoor 0 peculiar
tiou will bo tho rondoring of Itombcrg's
kinder symphony for toy instruments.
1'his composition is classical in its nature,1
tnd is written lor pinno, 1st and Jd violin
violiuccllo, truiupot, 11 mil, cuckoo, night-
ingalo, ratlin, trinnglo, drum, to which
have bcon ndded bells aud cymbals. It it-:
in netive roho.ireal and will bo a decided;
novelty. Tho remainder uf tho programme
will consist ot selections by some of our
very best tnlout.
Strolling down to tho barracks n few
mornings ago wo toutul tuo baud nl
practice. They were in tno mldulo ot n
.election, so we stood by and listened until;
t wns finished, when wo wcro informed it
was quito new and had just been road ul
sight by tuo boys. This shows oxcellont
teaching on tho part of Bandmaster
r.ui.r.s ron musicians.
7. Never drum; always play wilh anl
ination, nfd not half do it.
8. Dragging nud hurrying nro boll
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y. btrivo to play sunpio pieces correctly
tnd expressively. This is better thsit play
ing dithcult ones inditlerently
10. Koep your instrument always in tune.!
II. 1011 should Know your piece, not uy
our fingers only, but ho nblo to ham it
without tho piano. Cultivate your mind
iu Hint your memory suail not only
ing tho musical instruments "run and
"olio" from tho highest nntifinilv; fivn nn
benefit of the funds for tho new organ foiV3tho n)US;0 0f the Imperial Palnco, nud that
the English church. Tho principal ottrac-Srcquirt.(j for reat, occasi0,,8 ; tlirco on cnl-
tbo help of an instrument, oven if you have
but a poor voice; in this wny your ear be-
com os ul ways unproved. It you have t
fluo voico cultivate it without dtlay: nc
countiug it Iho highest gift that lloavcu
has bestowed on you
13. You shuuid bo nblo to understand
written musio by sight alone,
l't. Tho study ol Hie history of music
nnd a hearing of tho iimder-works Of dif
ferent periods will most readily euro you
lot conceit nod egotism.
The following article is clipped front the
New York Msulcnl Jit-view, it having
rigfnally appeared iu tho Merlmer JU
tllatl: "Kiug KaUkana was very much
pleased with Iho musio of the Prussian
rmy, His Majesty has a native military
id, organiied by a I'ruwian, born in
lierliu, and named lioruer. woo was
fornerly oboist in the cotid regiment of
culnting tho diamotcr and circumference,
and three ou measuring rythms. Iu tho
library nt Pckm thcro nro four hundred
and eighty books on music. Tho College
of .Musical Mandarins is withiu (he Im
perial Palnco. Musio is taught in tbo
smallest schools. Tho compass of Chinoso
music oxtonds through three octaves.
QUESTIONS AND AXbWEUS.
It. What is a ballad?
Ans. In lwetry it is n slory in verso :
iu music it is a story, ia .tones.
W. b. What is considered tho best
piano-forte instruction book?
Ans. A largo number of methods havo
been published for tho piano. We hava
used several, out find nothing better than'
Richardson's method; improved edition.
Wo know of teachers who use a method
consisting of merely four hand exorcist,,
a perfectly ridiculous thing. Tho book wa
mention is mvalunblo and should becoroo
a standard book; it is already very popular,
nd mucu soagut alter.
tain tho molody of a composition, but thc
harmony accompanying it.
12. Try to siug from tuo notes witaouiaiinnrd hv thn I)nv. Wfiftk or Transient
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