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SATURDAY, DHCHMnnR a. i.
Mtt MfStCAl MPXTJfl V.
Ill fnanalr lrr " teal ttiasmia rww
mtcxi miitf h '. l1""
rn Mn4 to M ttrpittmxH I tl J ami . a
a.lwn am Hi trlalta. I. irmtie. Oark-
AmM ) nl III M UtrrltiaalW vllira'aarnilwaU.K
tmaayialiil H fa Mikm r tW artlfrt.1
I raw, . 1 ltl ltl rapliiaail w,
AmI rm r WI It I Jwxrf
on lkw, he plrirt, it iltnR nuiOjr ill.
Marton ArlHIiM Palll, Ihf frrtnwiwil tfncrr,
is ptVi AmftlM.
). KrniVfl, tsf KtmV.I Itro., SI. UmiU,
i ilnril. He w tsnr nf Ihf nsmt aittstle mint
ttm m the Urrhcii Slttrt,
tjrt h written nf nu, whirh h lo I
Ivftivjatfrt rft at Tffltn.
syT,nij- crtnmlt nf iSf hiRhftt onler rt
l,.tin in Union, fo hkh tbnift nf twflMy
iiv mil dMw h nly atltM.
TrwwVstt Ttwmn ! M iplmAlkl mtlili
ill est a f rmwcm In Sn I'rsnetscw
rarlr in ltrt W it IwlW.
Thr MewWwohn Qiutlrt Cluli It Irevrling
in Ihe SW h Mm. Chthllnc Nlltton, ht
Suniith nvghttrtRtlf, mctling with rim! we-
Mr Intra llnlUh htt lxvn cleclnl fqinciiul
( tb ikw Koj-l College of Mumc, Uwdnn,
ll it mM that AM, the tpuUt German
compoter, wtll tiiit America nett setton.
Mme. I'apjnhelm tt tinging Ilh peat suc
trtt In lWfmn Ayiet, South Amnio.
The "rJcienipllon" U pronounced lij Ihc
l-rt Vnow-n Knfin ctitic in l Ihe prateil
ttV Uml h ccnipliihel, nt xill
lVe lnV Jth the ftw praml orilmiAv.
A letter hi lrn rrcriml in thit city fmm
lr K. II. Coirrn, the cxwiiwiet of " Kie
MKli," ifcmtlj- Rircn by the MumcaI So-
rietjr. Mr. Coen trtutnt hi sincere thsnli
to the tocirtj-foi Metentin(; the fl, htch
cmpiicJ hcn he w eiRhtecn )er
Wcne U t ttV u)xn a new oira, hidi
, inlrcO, teltgitw, Init not ChrUtlan. The
wljert of it ti ltu.Uha.
A tiUet h lately lm etrcteJ tn Vt
minvtct AWsejr to the mcraorj of lUlfe.
Jkimeof cmi irtilen will remcmler a Mr.
Hartote, who ttcrnic! to teach nical muilc
hrte ht a few montht. She adoptnl the
qureunf; method, it: squceiinj; het jmpil'j
wants lliering it to le the only proper way
So produce true tone. Thk s.ime person ha
written a letter to a San Francisco paper which
it tarTy all the way through, especially that
part wheie the "premier" it brought in. Of
coune the . C. A, had Ihit hrainlcxs docu
ment in full.
" Ctwfound thcte catt 1" etclaimed old Xylo,
at he reached for hit pin and crept ticalthily
toward the liacV window . " "hy, those are
not catt," calmly replied hit wiser teven-cightt;
" it it only our new- church choir practising for
Chemical analysis of a musical amateur :
I ihcnc of cnliritta .. ya
Cluralrtr (cawoak) , y
Sim t ithom. 05
Srnt ct Offratoch . 15
J'erhapt nothing so retards the progress of
the arerage student at the want of a proper
system in the time devoted to practice Some
of our young lady students of the piano in
Honolulu would le wise if they were to read,
learn, mail, and inwardly digest "Ciesny's
letters to a young lady on the art of ptaying the
Ciilbert and Sullivan's new opera hat lccn
changed in title from "Perola" to "Ixlanthe,
or the 1'eer and the J'eri."
Madam Jenny Iind is liting at Malvern,
Worceslershiie, t.nrUo.1, hating purchased a
beautiful residence thcie.
Discussing the voice, Rossini saidi "All
that ! want it a resonant full sound, not a
schrccching voice I care not u hcther it l
for tpcaVing or singing; cserything, in fact, to
To be able to eatemporiic upon the piano,
the organ, or un any musical instrument, is
one of the highest gifts enjoj ed by musicians,
for the irnprosisator is not only a composer
nay, he cumset, arranges and executes his
musical ideas instantaneously. Katcmpore play
ing implies the pow er to invent a theme, and
to develop it into a jiicce of music without any
prcjiantioa. The greatest musicians were abo
good imjrosisalort, and they were proud of
this particular gift.
A ywing Udy, on street, who is team
ing to play the piano, wrote the following note
to her music teacher the other day: "Dear
Mr. , I wished to leicused from taking
a lesson until a weeL from 2 day, as we will
Ilcc Co ltuiuy, and i wont hate time to I'raV
The genius of the piano-forte demands, as
an essential quality in es cry performer, rapidity
of finger. The glitter of note evenly played
with loth hands, long scales, uninterrupted by
any bceaV, permitting surprising touches of
modulation and combination of notes that can
not ! obtained with equal facility from any
other instrument to be heard, are the principles
upon w hich our pleasure from the piano is dc
rised. There is scarcely any instrument that
present such comi)ex forms of study, or that
demands such constant, patient and judicious
practice. And yet the common error is to sup
pose that the road to the acquisition of a per
fect command of the instrument is one of
amusement. It is imagined that by playing
pieces of music, to sweeten the lalur of prac
tice, mised with a few scales, a player will at
length be formed. A young lady is left until
she it fifteen or sistren years of age under the
caie of such a teacher as she finds at school;
she then quits, and, going with ber friends to
ttxoc concert, heart some eartllcnt playing.
and is seixed with an ambition la etccL On
attempting to produce 00 her own p'uno some
thing ItVe what six has heard, the becomes
seniiUe that tier fingers do not mote with the
tsen force and regularity that they ought.
nutlet is rogaged la coned Iter delects j but,
men let him set to work as judiciously as he
may, wbal is he to do with a hand that hat
Icea so long neglected ? Or what Inclinatkoa
is their in a giuwn lJjil to underratx all tkat
tabor which should io)etlj be accuaiplished
rOUTiCS AND UTKKATUKR
SV M141WAII M;01 l1tt4.
To the world at large Norwegian hlcutiie
hat bithrrto only had one irprcKnlatifc,
Uiornslinne Ukuu. A few tut4c la Grr-
lasny and Kngland luww ilie name of the
urswaiiM, iirBiia iiurn 1,1 unique arj poors
fl pcsturulil)), and the noictist, Jonas Lie,
lias within rrcrel )rars fotui.1 riaulctt and d
rnlcts on tbts tide of the Atlantic. Itut
grartsJ irjutalSon otttsidr of Scandiruiaa,
uoujiaiaUe to that of Ilortuun, these auihuis
cntuuly hate nut aasd orobably will tsrs-rr ac
quiie. Uvt the two great Nunc ports of the
lira loll of 1 pment century, Wrrjclod
and WtHaten, who, If they had been r'rraxh
14 Efigbsh, would hair had the wU4e ciiiUird
wuU fm uWir pabUc, were iwuM llo piu.
paratltc lesitulficancc by the staiHiirM of ihe
natlua lu wbuh thry bduttged anj the worl's
Iouiaikc of the lituMHgc wUffc tbrf spoke.
And yrt WKUaJ, wuhall U )outfiilyi
us-1 wxitiotial ctudtfy, was a port taf k-rocts-lwu
esltUr, wUd, Bawllonc, and tinly-.aaJjrtwWiasiJtkWiisiiiUjfcLrak,
morning of (lme (llogrlhri, he remindt one
In hi stifngth in his wrlne, of Shelley
Welhavrn, li, who was more mearutnl,
polWicil and self Wntameil, although not n--wrd
of Wtrgelsnd's fennr ami reach of
Ihtwght, was l)tlt of wiindctful weelnc
ami purity Ills xw-m are Tcnnysfmian In
Ihelr (inlh, an.1 on ihit nctvmnl ruler td
travnlylban In translstr. Scleral suertfu
attempts have arerwllngly l-een maile lo mnnlrl
them In liigllsh.
Tltete air sign, of Ule, thtt the spiiituil
and Intellrctiut ldatliwi which, HWe (he lliBiny
hedge In the faliy tale, hat for centuries tliul
mil Ihe Norseman fitm all but a meremmmer-
eil lntfroirse with Ihe Rtrat ttatttmt of Ihe
wr-tM, It llng grailually bioVen. lljinnwin
wst Ihe dating piinre who first bravol the
drme thiny hedge of pattlotic conceit, picjti
dice and elctleal olcrantlm, ami he woVe
Ihe tlmnWring prlncrw, Norway, with a VU
.4 stmmy nrVrctton. A Cirt, fresh gntt of
mmlrrn ihmighl rhed In thnmgh Ihe brenV
w hkh he had mute, and it " of mi a vail Dial
llw cimsersatiie ministers of Ihe crown mid Ihe
oitbodos lAitheran derg)iiten (Hilleil the fuitcd
rolratt of their nvemnit up lit Ihelr eyes lo
preserve them from IhH dangenmt nineteenth
rent my draught. People legan to breathe
the new Atmtnphcrr, and It agreed with them.
Nothing vci) tcitibte hapjKncil lo nnsuxly
eseepl In Ihe anlldelusian ministers of the
crown, who soon found flieimcUcs without a
majoiily in the Sloithlng (psilianient). They
IHctl their placet si well, hones ei, lliit they
deteimlnrtl to keep them In spite of the hostile
majority, and that escellent King, Oscar II.,
who from force of habit had lccomc quite fond
of theantidclustan gcnllfinen, just then had
the pxl luck lo discover that he ixivtcwcd, c
ronllng to the institution, an alisolulc vctoi
and thai, acconlingly, it was of cry small con
sequence whether the (eople approscd of him
and his ministers or not. The wple, who
netet found anjthing in the constitution about
the alreolute seto, were astonished, and gtsc
their astonishment vxnt through scry unmistak
able demonstrations, and by patting the law
which Ihc King had sctocd in four succcsvive
pailiaments. When the head of the ministry,
Ihe Premict Stang, was obliged on account of
old age and Infirmity to resign, lie was sue
ccolcd by a hitherto oliscurc gcntlcmin naincsl
Setmei, who, as far at people could judge, was
selected as a reward and encouragement to
mcdiociit). In the meantime the people liase
Ixxn arouseil by the indignities which they
liavc received at the hands of the government,
and the constitutions! liattle is leing fought
with sigor and spirit. Norway, which a doicn
)-cars agowasljing in an uneasy slurmVr w ith Ihe
huge Iwreaucratic nightmare planted iion her
bresst, is now- at least wide awake, ami is
struggling to rise lo het feel ami let Ihe insig
orating breath of the great wtitlds thought
blow freely into her face.
This political interlude was but intended to
show- what the intellectual condition of Nor'
way is to-day ; for without an understanding of
this the new literary movement would hardly be
comprehensible. The new w liter whom I am
am aUwt to introduce has a revolutionary
spark In him, and he could hardly hac found
so large a public in Norway if the political
agitation had not nude men's minds accessible
to new ideas. If I were todefinc more exactly
the pmition of Alexander Kiclland, I should
say that he represented the French naturalism
applied lo Norse conditions. He is Zola in a
milder form, an artistic and well-bred Zola,
with an innate aristocracy of the heart which
restrains the democracy of his brain. He is
singularly clear-sighted, and sees whither the
wxirld is inesitably drifting. Hut I doubt if lie
approves of ihe democracy of the future as
cordially as he disapproves of the oligarchic
abuses of the present. I may be doing him
injustice if I say that he loses the eople, Init
with his handkerchief to his nose. It is not
any sentimental reganl for the people as such
that kindles his indignation and inspires hit
scathing utue; it is rather his sense of justice,
his innate love of fair play, which impels him
to speak. And he speaks as no one has svokcn
Ijefore him in Norway not with the warm
Titanic eloquence of Djornson, Init with a
polishes Parisian elegance, and with cool epi
grammatic audacity. There is nothing which
he would shrink from saying if truth and jus
tice demanded it. He is not in the least afraid
ol shocking sensitise nerves; but on the other
hand he Is crude, like Zola, and his satire
upnt icdeems every daring statement by giv
ing it point, tightness and humor. There is the
wise self-restraint of the man of the world seen
in his boldest utterances, and his satire gains
immeasurably in force by its calm supcriority
and well-bred air.
The four books which he has published hate
all a serious purpose, but they are w rittcn w ith
s.tenhommie and an amiable uibanity which
almost disguise their earnestness. In the
"Novelettes" the democratic tendency was
yet vague and indistinct. It seemed to be the
w Mimical democracy of the man of pleasure
who, when Ihe ball Is over, sits down with hit
gloves on and philosophises on the artificiality
of civ iliaation and the w holcsomeness of honest
toil. An indigestion makes him occasionally
a communist ; but a glass of sclticr soon recon
ciles him to civilization and reawakens hit
aristocratic instincts. Hut Mr. Kiclland's sec
ond novel "Carman and Worse," pros cd that
such a judgment In hit case would be hasty one.
Hit democratic proclivities were apparently
something more than a moot), ami were sup
ported by an honest conviction. It was this
important circumstance which made many who
had laughed at the fust book take alann at the
second. That peculiar species of clergy which
Norwegian Lulhcranism hat evolved had never
before been to strikingly portraved at in ibis'
novel, ami although they tccognUcd their like
ness ihey were not at all pleased with it. The
government official!, the Inireaucratists, who
guaid the tottering throne of Oscar llcrnadotte,
were alto quick to discover thai this book was
"dangerous" in lit tendencies, and when Mr.
Kiclland responded lo their warning with a
third novel, "AtbcMt-Kolk'(uikingpeoplc),
widen was devoted more nnlcuuily to Ihe
portiayal of ihe bureaucratic woild, their In
dignation knew no limits. A fourth rwyel,
"Elsa," which unmasks Ihe phaiisaUin, of
many so-called charitable institutions, was a
signal for fuitlurr denunciation of the author,
but I lie force of the lesson which the book con-
vexed and the Irullifulbo of lit dctctiiorit
were icoognired even by lliotc who condemned
its social tendency.
It is a irmatkable fact, and one whlcli
speaks HI for ilie trtrul rrrwr in Norway,
Itut nearly all the authors of the land are
ranged 00 I Ik side of the people in ihe preterit
constituliuual struggle, ami tic actively en
gaged in opposing Ihc government. Of Iljn
sou I hascta)icdypokm. KrUtufcr Jamon,
folding the Mthulut Lutheran stiail-jackrt too
tikt fur bin, bat jutt ouigtatcd lo the United
tMstes and been ordained a Unitarian uiiruster,
lleoiik Ibsen lite tn surly liolaliua abroad,
and tcttdt occasionally a luuk home lu be
(uitUcd, the outiAtii radicalism and scathing
satiie of which curdle the blood In the clerical
nolesctnt monarchical sonnet In hit Majesty
0rt II ,amlhltuncnnslltinlnnalandiinipu
lar minliters. To inch lrlt hat monarchy
leen trdiiecd. And If lljonuon and 0car
II. continue In make republican by the thou
sand, winking together Inward Ihe Mine rnd
(though by dllicitnt nictliodi), who knows but
thai Nnrvvay may e Ihe next rjpubtle In ln
rrvpef- dnW.nr IMttn.
'ANTA CLAUS' IIRADQUARTItRS,
No. 106 Foil Street, Honolulu,
JJ - --!., A Mi.Mili
uU butt, the cttutt oi lis aavajavU ( p lit in Cumittm ulZmnt Intra fa siw
and burnuicraiic tews. KrUtUn Utttr( a
toung and piuatUuig aullior who has just died,
betrays fa kvfe tttts booU (the last of which
hat iccctly been pabUstwd by KIcHaad) ex
actly tit "im "stl HsotuKhlcil aad aatl
Uuouctatic tjiirit, and a ynrofatf tyiuuatiy
with aH Ihc nstl wostnsMtH of Use ctatury,
Only one aitsfciwr
1'UK A'ATI'K 'A'A'AW.
rriiucK ii tur MmriiMn, tnr tau
Illlini U nrqiitlntnl with Ihe toad along
which ("ilmin Itavelled lo Ihe Inntfct of Itnd I
the nvid vva Ihe bill fin a $l,txx),ux lottn (
thl bill wat filbttvn't woik. 1 he eablnel un
dctstiaxl where ihc money would come from,
The one lo vthntn Ihey gxvc Wallnkii was the
one who IhhI agreol lo lake up the loan. 1
m-ai distinctly Infoimril thai this millionslic
vi id 1 " I nm the iithest man in this klngtlom
and I tnenn In take up Ihit hun, but I will
not lend any money until this government Is
first put under my lliunili, then I will lei Ihem
have my money." ll was dining Ihe Itst Leg
Id.vtme that I explicitly heard (hit.
The government has just alleinplevl in tslse
mono) among Ihe ticli men of Ihc coitnti),
bul they would not lend any money lo these
men In whom ihey hid no confidence, and Ihe
one whom they ititttustcxl most of nil wat
Oh my counlty and my xxple, I declare lo
you with n losing voice thtt Ihc remnant of
the life of Hawaii It in the power of this lad
man, a man wonted to trrachcivi let him gel
hold of n laige sum or monc) and lliit will le
Ihc end of it.
The bltck stain of n rclel adheres lo (lib-
suit! ltd ulcer broke out on him at Java; hit
name Is recorded In the prison of Java as one
deserving the gallow-. Gibson's name tt on
trcord at the American capital at that of a
villain who attempted lo persuade that Gov
eminent to ask Indemnity for hi Imprison
ment at Java, and the United States came
near lieing led into war with one of Ihc Ku
ropean pow ers on that account. We has can
authentic account of this affair from the United
Slates. Gibson failed. He then travelled
this way "in the role of one who concealed his
religion, and many Hawaiian came lo gtief
Oh, my countiyand my nation, am I a revo
lutionist? No taint of that sort clings to the
nunc of Pilipo from his birtrrilown to Ihe
present lime. He has contended for Ids
countiyand hi race; the majority of hi na
tion have had confidence in him ; Ihc disttict
of North Kona has confided in him and called
him "The IJonof North Kona," "The ltomb
shell," "The Cannon." And why have the
nation and newspapers applied these names to
Pilio? llecause he has stood firm on the side
of his country and his nation, not in an office,
not for any reward. During his entire career
the eves of North Kona have been fiicd on
their representative, and other districts have
des'ned to liavc representatives who should act
like I'llipo in our legislature, lly reason of
Pilipo's courage, firmness and indecndcnce
he has become celebrated among those who
never looked upon him; his utterances in the
newspapers have been valued by those who
have read them; and the productions of his
dauntless pen have licen translated into the
foreign newspapers, liecausc they were well
reasoned, lccauc they spoke only the truth
and did not deal with mere conjectures. Peo
ple who opposed Pilipo in previous legislatures
have come to admire him, because he is a
character that cannot be gainta)cd.
Hut PilqM, forsooth, is a rebcll Against
whom lias lie rebelled ? Against Gibson? Ab
surd and ridiculous! What is Gibson to Pilipo?
What fealty does Pilix owe to Gitison? He
fore my country and my nation I have a better
right to speak and to contend for the welfare
of the land than has Gilison. He puts forth
every effort to gel office and money, but Pilipo
contends for the real good of Hawaii and the
welfare of the country, and takes his stand on
the platform of refusal to give away land, of
the preservation or the independence of the
country, of the maintenance of its constitution;
he is a defender of the constitution, and strives
that no one shall infringe on the rights of
It has licen said "these shoes belong to
Pilipo, and he wears the leather he himself has
cut out." This is a cunning dodge; he is try
ing to as old stumbling into the pit he himself
has dug. Kor myrlf, I boldly declare, and
for my comrade, J. Nawahi, I do not hesitate
to declare, that w e would willingly stand lie-
fore the courts of justice and swear to the
truth of what I have charged against Gibson.
I would lwldly and fearlessly stand before all
the courts of my count rv and affirm the truth
of these traitorous deeds of Gibson. I date
stand before the throne of I lawaii and assert
that I has e testified truly ai to Gibson's traitor
ous deeds. If it were pleasing to the almighty
King of heaven and the judge of all men and
spirits that I should stand and witness to the
truth, I would assert those were his words. I
dare appeal to the trinity for the truth of alt I
have said touching Gilison.
Hefore you, oh Hawaii, and before my be
loved nation, I declare thai Gilison dare not
stand at the last judgment and deny this; he
may try to cover it up from men, but In the
presence of his God he cannot deny it ; in his
heart he acknowledges It, but he would con
demn himself if he were to testify In this mat
ter as a Christian or at, jicihaps, a gentleman.
Thcwiclchcd, contemptible shoes which you
say belong to me arc not mine at all; keep
what Is your own; )our words, your thoughts
ami vour deeds are )our own. Pilipo does
nothing in secret, he does not call In one or
two to aid him in evil; his deeds are In the
(Hiblic assembly of, the licopte, in the new-spa
tiers, where the nation can scan them. One
thing more and I am done with )ou. From
the beginning to the end of hit (Gibson's) writ
ings in Ihe iiliU JVUtlu there lias not been,
so far a I could judge, a single grain of truth,
not an atom, not one.
The daikness sera the lies of Gibson, and
the father of daikness sees thcin. The vagrant
roofless ghosts who wander over the earth for
lire take of lies perceive the utter faltlly of
what (JiUon hat written in the Eltlt Jbakau,
The spirits of the upper air we the alisolute
faltcnetf and mendacity of Gibton in the Eltlt
Vdioir, The ouiiritcienl King of Kings sect
the falsencst of bit trtliiuoiiy, and tliat he is a
prodigious liar. Let ut rise up with m
accord and drive out Gibson. He is depraved
and only depraved. Do not hold In check
your tokn, )our though It and your senti
Mr. Gibson and the Eltlt, I Kill not hold
nor refrain fioin fighting )ou until you liavc
gone lu be forever in vour uu place, lam
not an orucc-tckrr, 1 know of what soil tuch
art; their gloiy it like tlut of the ckvud which
oxk before one and then vanishes away.
Heller for me tu tat salt In my wtrrly, for
tlut U wine, and therewith I am contented.
Do not flatlet yourself, Mr. Gibson, with
Ihe thought that this hand will ever tnrtublc
before you, or thai the mind of the Hawaiian
will ever soften lowuJt )ou. 1 grasp the
bUt of my tvi'ord, which tt evw ready lo join
with Ut Wlowt fa baltlioi (ayaW you) until
what tfase I shall m you are ovtrisuown, theti
I tal nuU, Ywtit truly, U. W, PlUHJ.
Honolulu, Nov. 16. life. 1
A'mUt, Lk(. t, iHj.
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ART GOODS !-
-ART GOODS t
'ro uotrrtfv ai.i. homf.s.
To Olahdin Ait IIkart,
MNK LKATIIKR GOODS, AMlUMS,
Toys Rnd Fancy Ooodi In variety.
l.uiKharut Hand lUArl.
llantl lUgs. pluh And Itninrr;
hik ltruOiM nJ HoIJrrf.
;ttixl ml Sa-hml St ran.
Circtibr Kaiw, in ntcVel leathw
and t4uh fiimh. bilL. and
FratAcr Faiw, . .
lUndVcrchicr. Collar and CulT 11om,
bterrtxopM and twK
u,.l.l-.r .n.t rl!ul.xi.l5tof Comb
(tnivh and mitror) in leather and
plutli ca; (
CiiU framed Mirrors.
Morroro. pluh and tlne-wood Work lloxt and
' Cotton' Ointto AtUt.
lint reat 1 rtmnuin
Stoiirt l-rom My Attic
Mjllis and Mlli malt en.
Aluaml rittwt Cary
Imi4, by l)eem.
I arm !flivIn
'lli FltAtcf May.
'Fh lli4oryof a llouk
Waiting at the Crtw.
I ttltc 7m.
l)eneiee of Urahant
The htory of Ai. Portrait of a IjuI
On the Thi
The lver'a lroJrKc,
Why Four (JoK
Skf tcli in r frotn Nature.
iritrlo liMii'i CaLiil
I-Kend of (hot. Diilymti,
Life of Aaron Ihirr, i tK
I ann and r ireidr,
'the Cernmic Ait.
Life and Wtnl of ChrUl.
Metry Maple Iatei.
Story of Ktith.
Tlie hiinnplJe IJ4Hk.
MatUfcenient of Children.
Hull. line of the Mito.
Child l.ife, in prose.
(l lair Mm. It of 1Uh U HmManllf Ml ht tnaUtfl)!
m', on shott tMlci lo nnUh fHl)(r and
tmUdin of every iUiIhi In
JoMtltiR nfnlt klmU pnmitly ilnitn,
arvlat Uw piUM.
HAND AND SCM01J. AWINO
at all time,
MrM'liliiei win U of all Ulitila.
JACK Si:iir.MI AND UOI.MIUS K11IT ON
Willi r?nnntet.l wotVmeni lri frntinp ai) fathful fie-
iUtiMi nf all ntdr hUUUel 10 me I 1 r la
merit ami e i4r e a fair MMie of lht
INU'Kliriril IS MJOAR CUMUHH
I h un.rtf nnl. rmn(.hef' aKM f th ' AIKIAK
thU Ind.iMrr. ,et Iflrrtlfy that the )U for lMHN
r.mtanlM hy lh DeeemUf temr mall, nI U l d
aliwil Irt have InUttillnt
mil firs In time Ihnf4tfa It he bn f.rtin-l ilirtVull t
ir the llii uui,n iw year inr a
('lit $tmfiiwiw, piftarre
Iom..te mom ftrf a NKW C0NS10NMKN1 of
CLOTH I NG
on the ay from F.UKOIT. the pewit slotk will I
oM rrifmr7,i of font.
RetnemVr the i
(,'. R. IIMiparr4idrrH.
'lelfplione ll. j
Nil. i(i KlnK ttreet, erMite
M n.lrfM In llm.
t ID tltsArmltmn', If .n)r, will
III0 O rilll)VI.Ai".i,
NOWMIS' STItAM AMI) VACUUM
C. HKKU'KK Co., AGK.V7X
idl ami mtlrt Mmk t4 ihe
iralei pomirf, jmt rrci. Wriwr 7ai"rr
mi. e fuaranne litem In U thtr and
11 ler (lunaity othr MIeof ptinrn irtiputi) efati
Ihflallettiinti of pUmrii pHiil.nly l lli Vatuum
I'ii m 1 1, wt.K.1 it Dm lean twnpl.ralrd and more tervira
He tiun wner piimt 13"
I ram Ikniwi, e
ILDttK ti CO.
I input (er 1 ft in! Dealers tn
Cloth of Oold.
Thouehts of Manv Iind,
I'niilence raiirey, Marjoite tuw,
History and iKxIrinn of a Fniurc Life.
urigm Aim i-rogrrs
Origin anil I'rogre of KnchUt literature.
Art bik! ArtUtt hi Connecticut.
Uplinait' rronouncinc Dictionary of the World
'Ihirty Vrart' l'oem. new ami olJ.
Vouesof Hope and u1.trinen.
IVattical Hints on Wootl Fngraving.
IhouRhtson Religious I.tfe.
DUlnrv of llit (.teat UefiirmjlIoiK
Outline liluM rations to Schiller's Kifttit wild the
UriRon, iy lonti Ketrscn
Ilie I)jv of Lhi
I'ocket ChtMcal Dictionar)
(Outlines ol me iiuior
Humorous Poetry of
I'llgnms 1'roarM. Stot hard, photo. III
ITiouttht t on the Holy (ospt.ls.
Tales from Foreign 'longues, 4 t-olumes.
Dreka'a Dictionary 1 Hot t ers.
A. M. MKM.IS, ic Fort Street,
Hiriiohihi, II. !.
Ami iBiitl.llnK Mntnrtifcl
KXTHACT FROM TMK OFFICIAL. FFM)T
TJON0I.UI.U CI.01HING KMI'OKIUM,
No. 104 Fott Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the prcmiv.
lojtf A M. MKM.IS, lVojitietor
.tvalry, Kngtish lent.
ry of Art. by LutAe.
the hnghth Latiguaje.
CHILDREN'S FAVOKITKS, E1C
Ebonlred Easels. Cabinets, Rook Racks Frames,
in a fine variety.
Framed Artotype. I'11 Heads plam and , hand
I tainted, assorted sires: Frmmeil btatuary, as-
sorted lire and subjects; Traiwparen
cies, 3 sires; another lot of
Artotype, In thoicest
and latent subjects,
can be had with or without frames; Photo and Horal
Paneli, framed and unfruned Poets, on gilt
mounts, with hand painting.
LEATHER GOODS, ETC.
Photo. Albums, Auto, Albums, Card Albums, as
tnrtnl air Ami s1vIm oi blndini! l Leather SacheW,
Lent her and Plush Pocketbooks Leather, "I ortoise-shell
and Plush Card Cases ; bilk Hag, Cigarette and Cigar
Cases; ISirses, in leather, pluh, etc.; Inkstands, Card
Cases Iper Weights raietcnes, tn laieM uyiei; 11
luminaiM Note Paper and Correspondence Cards,
Writing Desks llronie Goods; CHRlbl MAS CARDS
iisanctyof subjects figure, floral, (fern andt emblem
atic. I'Ltin and embos-sedMncle plain, and single and
double silk fringed. NEW YEAR'b CARDS in sum
Ur varieties. Also, Birthday Cards "" Floral and
liird Reward Cards.
I'aby Picture Gallery.
Dore's Fairy Tale.
Sports and Pastime.
What Girls Can Do.
Cats and Dogs.
Hve Happy Week.
Apple of Gold.
Little Men'a Cluldren.
loll's New Shoes.
The Children's Hook,
Drifting Round the W
1 1 row n llou-s.
Helte'a Pink Pouts.
Gray Girls. t
Music, Picture and Favorite
Recent Vo age.
Pus in 1 loots.
Mustanl ami Crrvs.
lleasts and Itirdi.
SunOiine and Kainy Diy.
Rose and Her Pets.
The itodlev Rooks.
Under ihe Dot; Star.
Our Little Ones.
Id. Voung Americans in Japan.
Swhs Family Robiwon.
kinds, just tn civet I, ex late arrivals
In jo and well aeWtnl carnoe of
Invite attention lo his
FINE STOCK OF CARRIAGES,
Extension Top Cnt-nudnr,
(K. r, lirtggsKCu, Amesuiry, Mats;
Eureka Tw-w heeled Cftrt,
Concord Open Warou.
Ttiese cari'iages are of excellent wotkmansliip, the pro
duction of first class manufactories, are attrac
tie, and the latent designs, Tliey
will Ie sold at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
He alto keep a good supplyof desinble fecund hand
carriages, wnicn lie win sen w iow jiruc.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS all kinds.
Repairing and (tainting done at short notice.
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In comiderfttlori of the fad tlevrtoitd In ltd eaamin
at ion, and the) remnderaii' of tlernenli of Inhef
rnt and comparative rnerit ailjudftd by the
TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC.
Oak Wagons Wheelbarrows Carts, DolPa Wagons,
Rocking Horse, Shoo Hy Rockers, Velocipedes By.
cicles. Tool Chests, Billiard Tables. Chairs Doll
'trunks Wash Sets Doll't Houses Heavy Artillery,
Model Farm. Building and other Blocks, Ten Puis,
;ir-tmluis. 'Lin "lov in varictv. Railroads. Hanks.
1X41 and I Ml Furniture, China and Britannia lea
Sets Doll' Sundries heads arms, shoes, hats, etc
Halls lops, aiusicai instrumenis, tvaicr .oiors.
Extension Bed a tads and Cradles, Marble-top Bu
PRESENTATION BOOKS AND TOETS.
The following list of Books presents but a portion of
the stock provided for the wants of this Island com
raunity, vlr :
Indian Summer; Great Painters; Homely Scenes; Sets
Wild Flowers, do. and tree elf.; Leopold's Shakespeare,
ck and hlf elf.: Garden Flowers, da. and tree elf.;
Little Women, UL edn., clo. and elf.; Luctle, UL edn.,
clo.. elf. and mor.; World at Home ; American Pictures;
Indian Pictures: Engluh Pictures; Mediterranean:
Parks and Gardens: Irving' Sketch Book; Laurel
leaves; Etching and Etchers; Schiller's Lay of the
Bell; Monti Rctxkch'i Outlines to Shakespeare's Dra
malic Works: Princess Ueatncv Birthday Book ; HU-
lory of Painting; Paul Lecrow s hcience and Litera-
Bible Stories for little unn.
Suiitam Stories, together with Io Books, in cloth
ana (viper, in variety.
CHILDREN'S SETS, OR LIBRARIES
Roedale: Sunday Library : Collece Library : Choice
Series; Popular Library; Cosy Comer Series; Kitten
Library 1 Sunshine and Busy Bee Scries: Rose Pur
ler's Work's, 7 vols.; Bedtime Stories; Good Fortune
Series; Cloverly Series; Ma) field Library; Knowing
and Doing Library; Jolly Good Stones; American
Pioneer and fat riot Series; Hawthorne Jmemles;
'Irtplet Series; Apron Stnngs Libraty; Little Women
Series; Jean lugelow Stones: Crowclra Sunday School
Libraries; No. 1,30 vols; Nos. a and 3, 15 ols. each,
and No. 4, 36 vols.
From the Amrkican Tkact Sociktvs Publications, for
Sunday School Teachers or I-amily Libraries:
Ada and Gert
Christmas Jack: Crescent and Crosi : Crown of Glorv
Christ in German Home; Chamion' Reference; Doc.
Will ; Daughter of Armenia ; Dany Bank ; Dora's Mis
lake; hthcia Pearls; Edith Somen; Enlisted Life;
Edna Harrington; Emily Ashton; Frolic on Journey:
At Seaside, and I-ricnd at Maple Grose; Folded
Hands: Four to Fourteen; l-inne: Foot on Sill:
Father's House! Forest ville Sheaves; Floy Lindsley;
Following on to Know ; Guiding Lights; Hope Castle;
Harrv Fenrumorc: llestor lnox ; lIontkoinr llrlen
Gray: Hours with Girls; Handsome Harry; Hard
Prorubtcm; How Tiitoe Grew; Her Little World;
W.KU.'I'V.nlltt Inlnl ll l.n .l:.AHi I.nAn.
Little Mother: Life's Battles: Lyntunviile: Leonofe's
1 rials: Lottie I-ane: Lucv Woudvtlle: Little iwtrt
Little Soldier ; Mane Manning; May Stanhope Miss
Benedict: Our Three Hoys: Nuts to Crack: Nellie"
New Year; New Home; Majorie Good Year; Person
01 iwnnst; uui 01 way: uut ot roia; UlU hooitcl
: Almost a Man: Almod a Woman:
nd Gerty; Among the Alps; Beaut. Hands; Blue
; Boys ; Band of bu ; IVttyand Harry; Cliuibcrs;
turcof MlOOMAges; cicrueeian wiuiirr,nanni in
the Middle Ages ; Pnnt Collector ; Tho Universe ; Life
ami vtonLS 01 uuuerv niuni ( itini miviimj'
Night; Pot's Belli; Moore's IrUh Mclodtes; Songs of
Seven; Library of British Poets, 3 vols., hlf mor.;
Ilavergais I'ucros, puin aihi nana pauiiea covers 1
01 tne kock I nangea s,ross, mhu wimm
cotcrs; Home. Sweet Home; Purple and toUi; Ho)
Shadow of the Kock; Changed Cross, hand paJi
land's Complete Poems clo. and hlf ctf.; Mrs. Brown
Ing's Poems, clo, and Uf.: Jean Ingel
Moore's Poems; lUyard Taylor's IH
I'ocms; Owen Meredith's Poems; Cam)
;eloVs I'oems t
1 nKBI. (WBH9
l-avonte poctns; Poetry of r towers; Buter Sweet;
Kathruia, Her Life and Mine; Coleridge's Poems;
liyroo s roems ; 1 notapson s roems I uowper s i'ocms ,
AMrkh's Poems; Roger's Poems ; Lytton Poems;
Alntworth's Poems; (kUdsmith's Poems; llcman's
Poems; Osuan's Puems; Crsbbe'l Poems; Homer's
Odyssey: Pope's Poems; Herbert's Poems; Kiike
W hue's Poems; Shelley's Poems; Songs sacred and
devukmai; Longfellow's focm; lenntsoas roesus
us; waruswortns rutins ; iaAtes
eH0PP Sl Co., 74 King- street,
fwvrtrrt ami AfaHtftuturen vf
Every description of Furniture.
Tu tiik Lauiks: Trimmings, 'IasseU, Gimps, Silk
Cord in every hide Parlor Set restutfed.
losered, oIihed anu made equal tu
new, MattrcsM. re made and
i leaned at short
We are noted for first-class work and moderate
0 THE LADIES OF
romitfiiit( til Ilie Ufint stuck Ut
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and rough Boards ur
fated and louh Battens, Pickets R'iCi
IittHC and CUpboards
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Alt Mies, of Kaitern and California make, and for
sale In ipiintities tu suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC. l'AINI' OILS,
MKTAI.UC AND OIIIKR l'AINIS,
(illSS AND SALT.
AND -WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assttrtmeut of
lu latent atylea.
jujjrs (each in iiide-rnreiit Judgment) !
Ing ripul lo to er crnt more than the
nest Idfthet ralubit. tliey liave
found It exceedingly dilfictilt
to matte such a claM.fica
tion in degree a will
C1IVB KVKN-IIAMI)i:n JUSIICK to ALU
WK Aijltl.K to tk
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
Mastsachuvetti, U. S. A.,
A first hss award and such other setal distliKttou,
dilom.1, medal, or award as Is consistent with the du
lirsaniouiifaiionsoi tne nonoraue n)uney inierru
tlonal Loininii.ion. fur the Ureest and moa comolete
exhibit of horologicat Instruments examinetl,
Tliey il propose, as the only means by sshUlt tlieir
appreciation of the merits of the productions of.tlds
company can be aduiuAlcly or equitably recognired by
the committee on Judging and Awards, tliat a scfnrafe
first-class award t given for the time-leeplng qualities
of all grades of thee watches.
AImi, a sejvinite firstclass award for the perfection of
thUs)htemof watchmaking and the imiuvrriient in
the mechanical (arts of the watch, Ulng notably in th
nulnring and comgdarrel, the jatent safety puilon,
the itfect tpicloidal form of all the teeth of the train,
in csery grade of watch alike, and the fsuchroiul ad
justment of the bahucc-spring,
Ato, a first -class award for new mo.Ie of compensat
Al... . ...- f.ml rt- u.a.t f, l.a liniAk.
4IHU, M IKTdlUli; lll-M11 Mnt.au tin V -.si
ments in caw, the number of ait Kite forms and designs
usetl. the leauty and elegance of their finish, t and for
their new ami indestnictible method of enameling.
Also to Cltarles W. Woerd, mechanical superintend
eiit American Watch (.oiitiaaiiy. WaUhatn, Mass.
U. S. A.
The following is the order of awards mxle by the
S)dney International t-Uhibiilon Commission lo the
American Watch Company, of Wahham, Mass:
special mention: Gold MedaC
TimeVeeping nuahiies of all grades of Watches First
degree of merit.
Perfection in System First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances' First degree of
Improvement, finish and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chafing and enameling of Watch Cases
first degree oi rnerit ana special menuon.
lows: Siena) Flair: Sibil tlrevt Kuthia't Ventura
Summer in Korea; Rett's twomtnon Sense; Sis Itoys:
Romance of Streets; Rowland Hill; I'aul Vernier.
Sandy's Faith; Storm of Life; Stones for Sunday;
Satisfied ; Under Shelter; Up Stairs; Tiptoe; Tarry
port; School Girls; Theo and Hugo; Thorny Path;
Victory Won ; Working and Winning ; Workmen J Wil
lie and llirdie: Yusef; Winnie's 'len.tttatioti; Madge
Marland; Klaia Kaths; Keep of layi Swallow's;
Rirdie's ; Hrtght Eyes , Itible Stories : Dear Old Stories;
Hiuoryuf Solomon; llUtoryof Paul; Old, Old Story;
Morning Star! Jessica's tint lrayer; Day Dawn;
Daily Food; Daily let; Daily Light, for evening
and lnorning; Clarke's Promises; HcartUfe, i each;
aiouci iiuruy, noki, anu 3, or jo vois. eacn, to
e laootts in sets in tiny
3 vols., new teat, with
cordance: lllhtc lest
Ruuks; Companion lo llible j Sacred, Geog. and Ant.
lHiAmgSnofUkes,uoam; New Songs fur IlltU peo
ple; tattle j'eopte u the ant
KscttUoe ; Wooing of ihe Water WUcb . Pretty
and Masters of Painting; Around the JUbj Abide
Snuw ; I'd. Kom i bchoult
HuhM; IL ClvMh Hit lkkmd Step1, Ofm S
ssiim; tcciuoc; wuQtitfor in. wmct hwcq; rrtiir
Tregy. wui uthrr llUJt: Louklng Toward Stint ;
Ills MoiUuiTs I'ouiS '("haiialowll SwmbU LU-
qurtu; lltntuh Jan.; LIiiuitu ur lu tluu.; UM
lrnixuy Art; Cotton 'Iowa; Tb. &kcr4wnTuilr,
COMPLETE SETS UV STAN DAK I) AUTHORS
UlutyU EiulanJ, ly Macaulajr, J voK
Wull U Owutn Ijuub, j ula,
Macaulay't OjmiJl Woclit, I volt.
H I'tuytaiiJ kuci&t. t volt,
MtitUcAu't HUmrvoi KngUiid. 5tolt.
lruij' Cou(ilt Worts, n vuU.
IcacuiiUUU't Wutks, ll rola.
Ur. Ilullanil a Woitt, 10 Vula,
Taka fioui Kuitiu funna, 4 nit.
Thorn. DaOuUtl Words 6 JV
Mrs. A. U. T. Whkuo't Woki, it oU
Nalliakiil llaotnum woita, ij tut,
KuiiU't llblury Eualaatl, talk
Mutwr! IViuaUK Works, J volt,
Half Huuit wila IV4 AutWt, j oU, It QoiIm
CLaiin Dilkcm' EaulUo EJuUi, ll volt.
" Carhoa Kditkia, I J tola.
" liUary tdsitLjai. y vulv
llrary IfaUina'a Works, a volt.
hhakwMan'a Wiakt, by iVamU, volt.
I.aitj U Ika Uklalikl bun, volt,
IVI l-ua&- lw &MMt. a vcjla.. bbula. klla.
, -. w . - - r.
KuKuim 4 llulory, ty avauu. Mtwu, ruir,
frauia, Doaia aad llali-' toi
Caarowitat ut lU CIU War,
lb. Alag a aarrrt, a vott.
Ijfr. Ltum. lac. 1 IUuih Tkkaur. volt.
!.!' IU ami r taf lte Cotiedrrale leruaslt
Liuralere iwd LUcrary Mess of Of sal Kriuk aatd
AD jmUv yttmiif astemisilto, ai fuwii futotW
uacai-sts witm tars awaw mmwn mswvam .0 oiw
taJI ijfisiilirni l--rnH be stMrf 14 arUe U aN
sessstisawa U i4an.
gether with a variety of minature l-ooks in setsintur
uaaes anu tangle ; ramuy iiibie, 3 voiv, v
notes ; Dictionary of IhCle Conoordaiice
ituuks; suompanion 10 iuw: aacreil, tieog.
Lett, on New Teuamcnt Icke's ComnvontJai
book ; ITuough Bible Lands; Ad Ftdeau; Lev
l-ater Mundi t God's Word : Old Hilde : Mode
Daphcne; iMenrn's Progress; History of the llugue-
am .ricAfetninci , new wie ;
Tmmily Qurto BlUaw,
Teachers' lUblcs, assorted sues ; assorted Ihblcs, large
aim snsau pnm, wiin ana without teleretwre ; assorted
cssmBvwCiHs, iron pocsei 10 urge mi.
All orders ucauintlv attended to. and ffomli fjr ih
other islands packed with caie and sliipd aa-ordmg lo
ducctlotis. Pull but ructions should 1-e sent lu guide In
all selections for others.
Ho. IOS Fact Strttwt
NUMHIJK OK SF.LKC1'
IAT LOWEST PRICES.
IREMANS FUND INSURANCE COM
pany of California
Charles M. Woerd, Meclianical Supeniitendenl-
oegree ot nieni, special.
tCaT There being seseral woithless watches beAring
ihc marks of Walt ham Watches discovered within the
pat seven inonthi, (olntetlorTou ilie Hiblic as genuine,
Ihe public are hereby notineU of ihe tact and cautioned
ill tf Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
American Eagle Association
Of lb Uuilrd Slalt.
I lcorwMcJ April i, iMl,
I ovnl uriil auj I'rul 1 Ui CouiUihiL Vt yaU In to
yra a. Ofcca Califufnia alml, ban 'ranclca.
DR. U. HACAN. KKKKKKE.
liiOKOK CAVKNACII, ' '
III If UuU4, Honolulu.
ATTIIOS. l. THRUM'S I0KT-ST. STOKE
lut km lni a an. auoiinualij IHKIkLS
lUAUKKICAN 1KACI SOCIK1V lo.t.kh
Ik. aliwiUi of huulaySibool UUarUk, 'Itwluit,
and baaJaof t'aatilmar. ImUmL. tt I
COMKTHINO MRWUNDBR TUB SUN.
Man. tiprnuir rot iom ItUaJa I
MRS. A. MELLIS'
IUSU01' & Co., AGEN7S.
ASSETS, - $1,250,000.
LOSSES PAID OVER, 400,000.
The lMiyrnt M'ticlfio Count
Dwelling riaka a ipcciait, detached dwell
ing and content, insured for a period
of three year for two premium
In advance, j we also write
upon merchandise per
Iclwrra this irttt .nil tl cuatt purtt, nrrrinc lost or
uaougtt, 11 amounting 10 ttvvn r tnt or
iimj on lli. aouiat salua of IH oliol
tlujiuwiu al fori of lUliftty,
and ara riarU lu
covering- ahipmeut from the Plantation
through to San Francisco, includ
ing fire risk while in Hon.
olulu awaiting (ran-
1UTAKBR ft COURTNEY,
Wo manutiuur. Ilx VF.RY IIEST QUALITY I'aUl
from A 1 'lata
Oainglollio ctunt of UnU cullivatctl Ly us v.
ran hII clirawr lhan olhni, anj can guarantee pUiila
liont ami all cmoUijcvt of Ubiir aKainr any failuit of
tupiOtea. ( '
Jrti"Otilcrt by VtM rctcive itorioi alicniUjo.
VKLVKT KUatKOIUKHKU Sl.lfr'KRS (Ovtra)
lawXaSSjaSS, Msr aWc,
Uafaa'HLU. asutto Cra,at SUm,
aflatat' aaJOa.Jr.at Savat. ate.
Vy la. Ikaaa I kav. r-tairad a ttuvfe of
Oml4CmmTKoi!, me, aata,
MraV taW4aHtt Mat tttaM aaafVaSB
tie. M KtM tMaft-i
September 2, iSfct,
AT HCR eSSiMM ESTJSHKNT,
foj " BHeea
C IL MAKKK.
A. A. COUKINKY
BUal HthU t Ottawa! naj a at,
No. H KINO blKKrr.
SJkuot fur Tm KaTtmuv fat
I'oa (Varan oa I'ttutsiaT
l-Ok hALH-A tliW
Ih thli KlHf.lom I. roNHrrrif trlia
AMr Ly TKI.HI'HONK NUMUKK T or bat.
tour orJotai itw lUir lltUtlt oat., HoaVHtM
ti Co.'iw'r, (1. 'rWu, rial MfMt. Tawla-,
ay WmJL aarMAkLi WmnMA
IN KVKHV fllUNCH