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llntlal room t leA Pott Irr'l
Hiitisriltiar n. AtIrrUft villi plaase achtrm,
TIIOS. 0 TIIKIM, lhiHiiarn.lProptilrtf.
All matlar far Urn "ImiIa I'" hoiiM Iw
il.lffMM Irt Ilia ' SrVTUIUMY PI1HJI3."
Douhl column dilf fl1niiil, till And Ir
lypft wilt not li ilmltlid Into nnr column
nalihar witlaile.illamtit b1 mlmlllnl fnio "iCJtit-
Init' rnlunmt t any prlt Tli.ia ndt will b
.1-11 ik....t i..
If Idle mlhunl In,
Hollo nf any rrrnU nfliitfresl transpiring 0
Hid nllur Island wlllalw)r li thankfully retaltr I
for pnbncllon. Corratponiltnt ara rafjiiettrfl m
ppn.l Ihrlr Irui) name to nil tommunleali. ie,
nrtl for publication heceuartly, Iml 11 e,ur' It
that Dm vrlltar ll acllna: In Rood Mill,
SATURDAY NOVKMIIRII i i8t
IaI riuirail)' tUie ivas Men .hrouith
esrrl ! darkles; -ami, tor ifttn utt Klrt,
lhrniih ml' in ning rtnvtd ftlltl.
'I'liii "p In ' m Rmw ftitftii; warm Irs
iimdehi. .HriiM ifecnlty lir tilt I .rum.
lilo hum whir, lit Is itatrrrtfri; lit tistttUge
nt 11 giant rule nolvvllltsrtrtrrijlnfj llir irl)iw.
Netl 'I liiirwlay evinln then will be n !
Iiirr at Hi V. M, C., WMr C, J, Lynn. It
still benittltl, "SimuMMille ttulrrM, or
the Methndf nnd Um nf Ihi Onireiiimnt
(ni Cixl, niul Bantu Itnlnm Imto bnlli
lircn 'nfltr-;l(iwcil, " nivl rttxiiit if le lime we
V"'i mi fittueit. Thi Ja .1 Mi'ikg lnnt li.ive
lif.irly Rlnllnl llic ylntic
I'rtMliltnt Metflll, of O.1I111 College, will
ptracli in I'ort-Sltott CiiiicIi Suml.iy mom
ug. Mr. Ciiif.in will I'roncli In llm evening.
'I'licnic, " The Central I'lcurc"
'Die ttlidHMl' of the Amateur Muilcnl
Suciety will Iw rcwnioil tin IMilay ccnlnR, llic
9 III Innant, nt llic V. M. C. A. 1 tall. A full
nllcml.iiicu of member I rc'ii6s(eil At half nut
icven o'cloik fur tlio trantacilun of iifttcMniy
There It no t;ool ronton wliy tli? Ilhrary a
(ificlallnn tlimiM not tiave n $5,030 li-ncit at
Mimic I tall lii-iil(;lil, Tlio ptwininmc la a
Ijooil one and the cauc one of lliu Hilitlilnt of
llic many nppeillng lo puMIc ayniplatliy and
the pulillc piirsi,'.
When Mr. Ilupkfnt left the cmplny of
llic Qnrcn'a I linpiial in take cliar(;c of
I'llmcr anil Thatcher' ilruq ImiiIiicim It w.n
not ppccti-il that Mr. McCartney ami he
uoiitilsonvjii chance places. It ! tinncccMary
to say that each U quite at home in either
tr. Varnilhjy'i iolin accompiniinciit of
Mr. Jones' nrrin pb)lni; at llic I'orl-nlrcit
Church lat Sunday nij;ht w.11 n ilcli(;lilfiil
v.ulilion of nn nlwayx enjophlc inuaical pro
Kranimc. Itotli the i;entlciiicii n.niuil, and
the church choir also, deserve and irecive the
nppreci-ition of (lie puhlic
The Innd will play at the hotel this evening.
On Monday evening nt I'mini Square and at
the name place this afternoon al .1130, accord
ing In the following programme:
March, KallnMit O-cr
Overture, Kitiinnof Antl.icii... .....Marradante
CavaIiiu, Picliloi (ttrrtls new Lecucii
Viet linn, Jeruulon Verm
Vattt,S.Nil)terii llrrcre MeUter
Galuii, Kiill Sjiecil )(rati
Chief Justice Judd goes to Hawaii next
Tuesday to linM court there. He wjll return
nlioui llic 19 til nml will organize n class
in Hawaiian shortly after : The class will he
taught in a room of Y. M. C. A. Hall, pro
bably on Monday evening. The opportunity
to Mtuly Hawaiian with so thorough nn Ha
waii 111 nebular as tulgo Jikltl ought to lie met
halfway by many.
"Asleep In the Midst of 1'cril " will be the
theme of Mr. Cruzan's 20-minute sermon nt
the SH.'ci.l son ice Sunday afternoon in ihc
V. M. C, A. IIMI. Mrs. A. V. Jiuld will
sing "The Three Calls," Mrs. Cruzan wjll
also sing a solo, and Mesdames fierce anil
Damon and Messrs. Clatk and Ilrailley will
render a ipiartellc, ami there will also lie the
usual enjoyable congrcgationi! singing.
The V. II. Dimoml is loading slowly for
The Discovery is at the Ksplanadc, she'will
sail prnhalily loilay for San l'rancIco,
The whaling season is now 11m i the flctl has
nil arrived, ami sailed again ; quite diffidence
fiom Iwcnly years ago.
The -American barkentinc Klikiiat is now
ilischargtng the last of her cargo, and will
ictiirn to the Sound in a day or two.
The American steamship Marixsa will be
luc from San I'rancisco next Thursday (Sth)
M noon, with twehc tlajs later news.
The American liaik II. '. Atmy is at
Ilrewcr S: Ca's wharf loading for San Fran
cisco, She will sail early next week.
The Urilisli bark Lilly Lampoon, Ki.it, sailed
from San I'rancisco Octolier iSth for this port,
She brings a cargo valued at $23,750.
The Hawaiian schooner Jennie Walker,
Nelson, cleared from San IVancKco, October
1S1I1 fur this port, with a cargo a1ued at
The steamship llcll Rock anivetl on Wcd
nescay evening from St. Michaels, with more
fortuguesc laliorcrs. Fiom here she will pro.
cced lb San l'"ranciro.
The Hawaiian steamer Kinau, S. C. Wilder
&. Co.'s line of Inter Island steamers, arritcU
promptly, on the lit iiul from fhlladclphlj.
She is n line boat, ttilh handsome and com
fortable accommodations, and it will now
be a pleasure to travel to wind ward.
The following vciscl hence arrived nl San
Francisco ns follows : October 16, American
baiLcutine W. G. Irwin, Turner ; American
schooner Clans Spreckcls, Drew ; schooner
Anna, McCulloih, lSdaj fiom Knliulul ;
OctoU-r IS, Amtrican bark Calbarlen, Hub
Iiard, fort Illakeley, urrltetl OctoU-r 18,
Ameircan baik C. O. Whilmore, Calhoun,
hence. Auckland nrrlwl OctoWr IS, Ameri
can fc,v S, ' Clly of New Vork, Cobb, hence.
77. c (Utrf ItlumU.
Wailuku has had mote rain than it could
Mr, Oeorgi; Uniton of (he Union Mill at
Kohala lus fully rroivcrcd from an Injured
knee cut rcceutly while putlin,; out a fire in his
"Three months' imprisonment ami a fine of
$500," was. the sentence uuel on the clerk,
of C. V, Alalia, Hilo, recently for selling
liipiur without a license.
A lire at fuchuehu, Hawaii, on the 3(th ut
timo, totally tleatroyol a building owned by
Mr, FiciUric I-Mlie and leutin) a4 stoie by
Kong Cluing & Co. The building was In
surd for $ 1 ,500. The goo.lt, values) at $7,ooo,
The statvmsnt iif the sale of Lanai leases I
M pUIftl by llie l ruM last Httwk and not at
sUtoJ since then. Muwrs, .Sprwkel & Co.,
oBoUikllii Laalt and Mr. Uibson has
pwcaisii 11) no Ul sa b liutqk fiuw ttkr
I'lHlinlHr I, II Ihr llrtl ;(;,.
ir t'rarmhip Ih-ll H.N-fc, whit-h arrived
tl last Wi'dni-tdat night, rame I JR Im
nt I $09 nwn, .o vsorm-n, and 51
ren- on nun My M mat lw triwn before
ifrWal count lake pttwe nl ihttdrtmrkail'trt
lay. Tim itroeh iImi mljttii I n1 trflfjfrt
tie Nl on ih iprr? Ml aobjeu of Immtgra-
iti ntit mi mM at another Urn? - lack of
tpACt prmmbtft, at the Int hour of pitparittg
lift rtll Mimmnry
In m-iy rmrtiKt tlw llell Hra-k h a On
reMl. Hli ra Miinrrwil at llntl, Ilrtflnml,
on lll 71I1 of last May. Her Un-glh h jo
fty her Iirraitth of I warn 4 feel, Iwr ileplh
nf.lwtd IS rt and 3 Iwhw. Iltr icmW(r- h
JWill ami fur) grrarn, and ah tan imrry
$cx lom ilenil weight. Met engine, Ihotrgh
of only ,o notiilual lmfe iwef, lam an
artittl Imrw rmwer nf fHy j,orW-Mi itjweil of
u! knots an hour Itetng ntMlble. lire
sloatrri wlnehw nrenatil In lndllng cargo,
Mfsni reversing apptralnt cow tola ihecngtnea,
atenni atoering gear nunlpulnle the milder,
and atcftrn enmUmera ate eaptble nf supply
ing ottr actio gallons of water dally. Hhr
eatrros tigttt Uiata, tivn lielug Hie ItrHis liartng
all lite iiKvlern appllancM.
Iltr nfBceia are J, A. Dumhrwk, captain 1
J. A. Carne, first officer 1 Clmiles llennilngtrm,
teenml olftcer 1 Alfr-il Sp-ncrey, third offlciiri
TlKtniaa ('odd, ehlcf englner 1 C f. I'm.
alnimnn, tmgerm. I'. It. Auerlurk areouV
panted the rnstl a pnnwr acllne, In the In
le reals nf ttie consignor, Moaara, A. I luff
nnngACo., of Iiitihin. Mr. Itdward Itnlf
iiiniR, aou of Mr. Aliralmu HolTniing, senior
inoinlur of the linduti firm and now in this
city, came out will) tha Hell Kock, her only
'Hie wwiher ihtrliii; iho vnyagc wa tin
unially favorable 10 peeil, romfotl, nnd Ihc
health of Ills Immigrant, nml the phenome
nally inuill dcalh-roll, of only five Infants and
one adult, was in pari due to that fact ( al
though the cfnVieney of the officeis, the skill
of Ihc physician, and Ihek'nd, pitlent, unflag
ging nttrntlon of the purser and his assistants,
ns well ns the character of llic provisions with
which III.: immigrant weie furnished must
nlso lie lakcu Into cnnsiilerAtlon.
An unfottunnle nl'filr orcurrrd aes'cn days
nfler Ihc sliip left St. Michaels, A ship's
rook, named Hubert Cc, n nitlvc of Manilla,
einplcjeil in rooking for Ihc Immigrant, be
came fighting-drunk, nnd threatened to have
the life of one of the Knglish Mcwnrd. The
chief olficcr went to arrest him, and being at
tacked by Cca with a knife, shot the man in
self-ilr fensc. The chief officer was exonerated
by the captain and those who witnessed the
net. Ills coincident with this affair, that Ihc
snmc officer, sshen in Hongkong some )cars
ngo, as third officer of the Anu'rican ship Itosl
Indian, was stabbed in the thigh by a fellow
countt) m.tn of ihc would-be murderer who was
killed on Ik '.ml the Dell Kock.
Thn ,lrrili'V'r'l olhrr (Ifllrrr.
Last week the f rcaa gave a few personal
biographical details ot Ihc career of Ihc Al
ameda's captain. There ncser lived n sailor
whose life if it might faithfully be detailed
were not of greater interest than that of the
average landsman. Much might be written of
the carters of some of the other officers of the
Mariposa. A curt outline must suffice.
First Officer Hawthorne's first voyage was
as n sailor in llic ship Sea I.ion from liostou to
Havana in 1S57. Ten years later he was in
command of the ship Molucca. In 1873 he
sailed from Glasgow lo Shanghai as an officer
in the steamer Shingking, Mr. Hawthorne
has conimanitcilthree different steamers in llic
Chinese coasting scrvicu ; and was "home on
leave of absence when induced by Captain
Steele, the designer of the Mariposa and Al
ameda, to accept the firet-officcrship of llic lat
ter vessel. Mr. Hawthorne is a young man
to have held hU many responsible tiositions,
and the traveling public and Captain Morse
arc liotli to lie congratulated on basing the
services of Mr. Hawthorne as executive offi
cer. Chief Knginc-r 'Little b,"gtn his steam
ship service in 1S59, going, though still a lad,
as oiler. On returning from his first voyage,
lie worked two years and n half in the Deli-
niontc Iron Works in Nov York ; and after
that he again went to sea as an oiler. Kighf
months later he was promoted to be sccom.
assistant, and in the following year to be first
assistant. Since 1S71 he has been a chief. Mr.
Little has had nine J ears service with the
American Steamship Company, whose line plies
between Liverpool and I'liiladclphla. This
year, al the request of Mr. William Cramp, of
the firm of Cramp llros., he left the employ
of the American line and lias liecn with the
Alameda since the first portion of her engines
was put in place.
Surgeon II. W. Falconer Ins had a
thorough medical training, having graduated as
Harvard and studied at the University of
Vienna and at Slrasburg. The surgeon is (uitca
young man and though perhaps not quite so
liamUomc as Doctor Khucn of the Maiiposa is
quite as modest and equally cngugin" in con
versation. furser Sutton has had an unusually long
and valuable steamship nnd general business
experience. When only 13 he enteral the
service of the faclfic Steamship Company,
running from Valparaiso to Panama, lie be
gan as store keeper and worked up through
freight clerk to lie purser, serving with the
Pacific line thirteen years. He then came to
San Francisco nnd accepted a purscrship on
one of the lien Hollida)s steamers running
from San Francisco to Portland. He after,
wards went as purser on one of the steamers
running from San Francisco to ICureka, and
for some timulK.richWncceptnnccoflhcpurscr
ship of the Alameda he was in the employ of
Welch it Co., the San Francisco agents of
Ilrewcr & Co. by which means he liecamc
acquainted vvilh many Slanders and with the
details of the island tiade.
Han Franciscans will remember that Slewaid
Dexter was for many scars steward of (he San
I'rancisco Yacht Club at Saucelilo, where his
skill as a caterer was often the envy of Jo Til
den and the late Cotonct.Cremonr.
Messrs. S. G. Wilder & Co.'s new steamer
Kinau arrived last Thursday-forenoon, nearly a
week Iwfore the public hail reason to expect
her, and only 67 days fiom Philadelphia; has.
ing nude only to anchorages, both in the
Straits of Magellan. A sufficiently detailed
description of the Kluau's dimciisiojis has al
ready liecn published In the Press. She It a
very handsome boat, Ijoth In model and
appointments. Iltr bow Is veiy sharp,
but she ujdens rapidly and has capacity for
many tons more than lit r appearance indicates.
A she came alongside the dock )csteiday her
appearance was greeted with enthusiasm by a
large concourse, Her hull was considerably
rustrd and her exterior appearance not at all
what it will doubtless become when she baa
undergone repainting. The largest and hand
sumcsl of the inlciUhuul licet, and learing o
popular and taking a name, site seems likely to
enjoy her full share of llic public patronage she
ivcls. Her route has already bevn given la
the f less. I IcroSiccrs are as follow 1 1 12. A, Von
Schmidt, captain; J, II, C, Anderson, first
officer; T. S. Wallcy, chkf wgiusr) NIniroJ
li inland, first ustUtaw; John Yikson, second
astfelant; Cbarle Steele, third assistant; Ed
ward Coleman, steward the Utter being now
Ul it the hospital.
.hi f Mtorf'tii-ifi t'nitillllnii nf ! -
One would ihlnk that if horn-sly wi-re fbmvl
anywherr ll witiM Ik- In ore' relations with
ones laimdrymso and nnr'n litnvlrytng. Tlii-rt
re great many "rrsnwrtaMe" peopl whrt
think ll tii-ltc the rnrrtei thing to amugnle ilti
tlahl good In urn-ill qnantlile ami for per
Sftnal it 1 ami who "takt tlw gtsmh the goH
pruvMe" iiittiiMlnnrnf -If llwy coma In lire
hape nf rmvj one cle'a tlajhta from one'
chlnainsn. 'Ihr city t imetlefllly iteprnrlent
11 1 ton the Chlneac fnHaiirwIiy woik, A a rate
o f.M a the wrlmr h rami able to find out
-lite Chlneae limwIrjmHit of'tliU ehy art
rxiHte, prompt, tlKirrmgh awl hoiieat. It h
ttne tlral they often tne elotlilngi lire wrmlr
t that they tin not lotw innte. When tltey do
line clothe they have to pay for Iheni. 'ITit
letwtns hut doe not remnly lit annoyance nf
th It. Il I npn-ially provoking when
elolhes are loi dial have I ten well marked
The other day a lady lost fifteen handkerchief
plainly marked with hrr own name. The
hwljf I well-knttwn in the fymmimilly. The
Chinese has paid for the loat article though
not their full wine) yi oni ' reatn-ciatttc " -tome
"Imnorahle"- teron I In toe(on nf
gornla that do not belong to hlm-hcr, The
mher day a jtailsli print who weigh nhmil om-
Jiutidrtil ami clflrity had sent home in him the
shirt nf a mita.ll hoy. I lit own ahlrl were
iiisikcil, (lie aiitill lmy' were not, Unrarlii
iiately hit tnvn ni.ill lioya ate ton amall lo In
habit the tiit-enl alihla with either eomfoit or
clegllce. ,f decent people have reeclveil
the, and score of otlmr plrcea of marked
clothing, why ar Ihey not relumed either per
iwnilly or llumigh the laundry man ?
A r.'urifiif A ll'n h:
Hon. J. A. Cummin, of Waimanalo, wiw
h.'indsoiucly enfud last Weilneolay by no Iota a
person than 'Caplaln Murtc nf the Alameila.
The details of the nff.iir are Interesting nnd de
mand for their full understanding what Charles
Kcndc would call "a alep to the rear." Cap
tain Morse and Mr. Ctiminlns had been close
friends of long standing. On the arrival of llie
Alameila the planter made urcp.tratlnns to
entertain Ihc captain in the maimer for which
Waimanalo lias no well mlahlishcil a reputa
tion. A few days since Captain Morae siailed
Waimanalo. Wlnl transpired there is mi
nccemary lo Ihls story. Mr. Cummin re
turned to lids city willi Captain Morse nnd
occupied apartments here. On the evening of
the 3il Captain Morse entered Mr. Cummins'
room carrying a heavy cane. Without a
moment's warning he handed ihc cane lo hi
friend and asked lilm how he liked it. Mr.
Cummins was so astonished by his friend's ac
tion that, 111 his own language, lie might hav
been "knocked down by a feather," .'I he
stick pillion was ebony, the curved handle was
solid California gold, terminating in an 1
trcmeiy handsome selling of gold-bearing
quartr. On llie convex side of (he handle
were (he initials J. A. C. in monogram; on
the side of llie curve was an Inscription show
ing by whom and lo whom the cane was given.
The sequel of this pleasant little episode was
the gift by the planter lo the captain of a fine
building site near Ihc I.unalilo Home, com
prising nn area of"! 12-100 acres, and com
manding a view from Diamond Head lo
' J'ililnll'l I'titrt,'
In grateful recognition of the keen interest
in the subject of dress, awakened throughout
Ihc community by the Ion brief brightness of the
extinct editor of the fashions whoso recently
diii service on the Foreign Office'- Fly I,caf, a
correspondent sends ihc following excerpt
from Kuskin i
Dress as plainly as sour parents will allow
you ; but in bright colors (If they become )ou),
nnd in llic best materials that is to say, in
those which will wear the longest. hen you
nre really in want of a new dress, buy it (or
make it) in the fashion, liut never quit an old
one merley because it lias become unfashion
able. And if the fashion be costly, you must
not follow 11, You may wear broad slriocs or
narrow bright colors or dark, short petticoats
or long (in moderation) as llie public wish
you ; but you must not buy yards of useless
stuff to make a knot or a flounce of, nor drag
thc-n behind you over the ground, and jour
walking-dress, must never toucn the ground at
all. I have lost much of the faith I once had
in common sense and even in the personal
delicacy of ihc present race of average F.nglUh
women, ny seeing now nicy will allow their
dresses to sweep the streets, if it is the fashion
lo be scavengers. Learn dressmaking
yourself, with pains and lime, and use a part
of every day in necdlp-vvork, making as pretty
uresscs as you can lor poor people who nave
not time or lastc to malc them nicely for
themselves. You arc to show them in your
own wearing what is most right and graceful,
and help them to choose what will le prettiest
and most becoming in their own station. If
they sec that you never try to dress alxivc
yours they will not try to dress alxivc theirs.
- - ' ' '
Thr i'rrr ICnwrtunlmrnl,
A very large audience was present at the
literary and musical entertainment at Y. M.
C. A. Hall last Thursday night and among llie
audience was a proportionate number of those
il wasdesiredh to reat- ihosc of us who aie
young men and working people. Many arti
sans brought their wives and older children,
and the entertainment was manifestly enjoyed.
There was a shorter programme in tune
than tliu first one given under the same
auspices at the same place; Its only drasvliack
being the omission of Chairman Cruzan's
"lillle talk," which vvas to liase concluded the
exercises. The following programme vvas
faithfully and enjoyably rendered, the solos
by Mr. Koss and Mrs. Cruzar. licing en
cored; Mr. Uos. rcwating a stanza of The
Old Sexton, and Mrs. Cruzan singing Twick
Vucal (Jiur.cttct buU People' Suiij...,.
Metallic Oman and JinlJ, Metr. Yrml'tyikl
Kradini-'. KallnoTsio Mr. li. I'. AiUnis
YW1 txiUU'ooJ .Sisllt. (it Nilht Iteluvcd.
.Mr. W. li W'ooV
AiMrc&s ,,....,., Ml Artua IVccm:
1'Lino Solo; Juuiu Miss .Margaret Hopper
Iteatli'tie; 'the llruularU't JValli .....Mrs. Ciuzait
llJi.So!..;'nrtrO!a.S.oii Mr. J, S. Ku.sc
Keiitatloii: 'llie l.il)'of I'ruvence.Mn. it. K. Haul
Voealota: Clanol the Wooden Mioou..Mrs. Cruan
tiiuglns; Qospel Ilvum.., .....ll. AuJicikc,
'Thv SUtrra of Mi rry.
Six Franciscan sisters "are expected by the
next Maripovi. These sisters are trained as
teachcis and for hospital nursing and the care
of the infirm. Three of the sisters expected
to anise will go In Waituku.'Maui, where (hey
will Iwcome part of the Koman Catholic Mis
sion and vvill nurc in the government hospital.
The other three sisters will be assigned to duty
at Kakaaku where a house is now building for
ihcir reception. When completed the asylum
of the sisters wilj occupy the Waikiki-mauka
angle of the enclosure and vvill consist of a
small dwelling house attached lo fthlclt will K
a t mall chapel for the sister's use. Connected
with this private chapel from which it will be
divided by folding tloor will be a larger
chapel, a portion of which will be undcdicalcil
by the Uoman Catholic llishop, and will be
used ly fiotcslant lepers for such religious
service as )nay be provided for them,
ArrangeiHcrits iave K'en nearly perfactcil
by which the public may lie effectually warned
of fires. Mr. George Lucas purposes to keep
uq sufficiout steam at his factory, day nd night,
toglvelbc alarm whftwvcr a fire It discovered.
S.R01I danger signals will first be blown, and
aftr thai the number pf the ward. The arri
val U either ihe Mariposa or the Alameda
will be heraklol by a prolonged whWllc.
The bulls lock boriu ami the liears hue each
Uhw on WttkwiU) s now, iustssv) of Mondays.
.i.v t. srnitn.sri.su i.r.trtitit.
Mr flt-irv, H.I'., til th' I. If. V. I. Hull.
nn la- COMb)ft rlaal lle4l I
Mr. Ilry ihrn proeeeiletl to deal with Ihe
eaatetn larnl 10 him known liral - Turkey
Tlrat country wnnhl wive hi iiwrpose In trastt
tllg of Oriental ettatom, HWemly well, a
It fnttrtrra wern ptHiy imwh llie minw ilie
nf Algeria, Tripoli, Myrla ami the other cwn
trie of nmltiern AfrlsM, well a of the ad
jolfting emtiilile) nf rterniw and Ali. A imxt
lilklng ff-nler in eoftnwtton with TiukKti
rnla wa Iht nwrktd dllrnctton whlrti itlfTet
ettce In religion Icflsitnele itwula amrfttgut
sflpl odctipytng ih Mme soil, paying ta
10 ihi me inler, ami to ratttnlit extent
ipenklng ihe Min l.inguap.e and Hiring subject
to lire same lawa. 'till itMInclloti lo which
he referrnl wa carried n far im lo he in fact
ihr wmrtr of firrre ami imreltnllng hnired on
all ildtt, 'llie 'In 1 V proper were really
one nice, Ihe tiretfc of the mnic anoihr,
ihe Jew another, Ihe Armenian a fourth all
distinct, Irrecundlnhl and itlatimtfnl nf each
olhcr. IkHween lliem wa no aoclnl filler
courae, no Intettnariiage In fart nothing that
wonld lend In llie illrcrtlint of llm breaking
down of old time prejudices and f?renijfiil
hrart-htirnlng. All lllh resulted, .from llie
illtTereriow In teligion. NotwIihMantling llmt)
the itedpleof Hawaii had n good Idea of con
tact with an alien race tlllrnlfji the etlleinfnt
here In the nildst of audi targe mttnlier of
Chlneae, the circumstance nf the situation
were not such as would enable tin in 10 fc-r.ni
an adequate Idea of llic state of things just de
cribeil by him. tit the I lust In Turkey all
Iheae illficrent religion ieopte were equally a
much at home with each oilier 1 llicy were just
at truly member of the stale a the Turks
proper. From that fact the evil allembi-t
tin their vvrnil of sympathy, llie nlHenec of
intercourse, leveloieil. Speaking of lellgtous
elenicnti he would say of Moliamnieihnitin
1 1 nit it wa not entirely without ll Vcltcr
fenture. Il vyis certainly an improvement on
Paganism and il teachings inculcated much
that wa mural, much that vvas charitable,
much lint restrained viclm tendencies.
Though It could not be strictly said so of the
Tur,k, the uianntr In which Uiiqierancc prin
ciple were rigardcd In obedience to the In
junction of Ihc founder of their faith, was a
credit to sonic of Ihe Mohammedan peoples,
and rather of a reproach lo Iluropeans. Still
he could not but lixik with regret upon Ihe
existence of Mohammedanism, It was Moham
medanism that kept ils Arabs and it Turks in
Iheir stale of lo-day, and one of the chief
causes of ils Ixul effect was the fact that an
important tenet of it doctrines that with
reference lo the propagation of his faith by the
word and the conquering of the aliens led
the devntcd child of llic east lo regard himself
a something immeasurably suierior In the rest
of the world. The fact that Ihc West pro-
diiced Inventions, arms, navies, most revolu
tionizing in character and in their effects-, had
no interest for him. The progress and advance
of every grade of civilization of Kuroie
troubled him not. His religion had Implanted
within ids breast such self-sufficiency and self-
complacency that lie was totally oblivious lo
possibilities of the rivalry of Christians and
fire-worshippers. He certainly though enter
taining a deep aversion to liolh classes of
"infidels "gave a slight preference toils over
the pagans, liut he considered himself far
sujKrior to c-ilhcr and no inner on earth could
eneci a cnange 111 lus opinions, lie would no
lake advice vvilh reference lo mending his
ways. In faclthc.Mussulman carried' this blind
perserscness so far in his scif-salisfaclion as to
render himself thoroughly worthy Ihc name of
" Fatalist." No stcis would hclakc to stay the
pestilence ; nor would threatening danger move
One point more and that was in relation lo
llic jiosilion to whicli the Mohammedans rele
gated ihcir women. IT there was one thing that
more than another caused us to feel
proud of " Kuropean " civilization it was ils
tendency towards Ihe elevation of the woman
the raising of her from her old-time plae
as mans suiqmscd inferior. One of the best
of Greek statesmen was reported to have said
that the best thing he could say of woman was
iiiat best woman was " the least heard." The
speaker would leave Us hearers judge as to
what the other Greeks those not so wise, not
of such good repute thought alwut her.
We now see the woman of llie West taking
her proper place by the side of man ; and it is
our pride that we give woman ever) thing we
have ourselves position and honors every
thing save a shaie in the performance of the
more disagreeable duties of life. (Applailsc.)
He did not sympathise much with Ihe ex
tremes 10 which " woman's rights " agitations
were carried- considering her place Ihe home
but even these agitations tended to show how
far the consideration of the nutter had been
carried. It irritated one lo sec the manner
in which the women were treated in oriental
lands. They were in ihe strictest sense of he
word under the control of husbands, fathers,
nnd brothers. They had lo submit to lnuf
(ling up, to deprivation of educational advan
tages, even to the worst iiicpnvcniences uf
travel. Packed together, there where the
vibration of the screw affected the vessel most
exposed, perhai, In the inclemency of the
weather ; 110 shelter, no consideration there
you would find the women. Their sons were
taken from thern when only eight or nine
years uf age; their daughters left to be brought
np in Ihe same lamentable manner as their
mothers. Such things tended to cast a sha
dow ovci Mohammedanism and relatively to
brighten, by contrast, the light of Kuroiiean
civilization. Though the woman of the Fast
was found under these circumstances modest,
civil, and reserved, she had nut nor could it
lie expected of hfr the good sense, the ilot
mestic purity, Ihe capacity for unity of lift
I'.urupcan sister. That in hU opinion formed-
one explanation why Mohammedan influence
decreased and llie Christian religion was
found increasing " in quality and in quantity."
Another point on which he would touch
was (he comjiaratire aliseuce of commercial
life in the Kat, With the exception of Tyre,
Constantinople, ami one or two other cities
feeling llie Influence of European trade the
centres of population could boast only of a
minimum of vigor and adit ily in Ihls direc
tion. The buying and selling ofa town was
transacted at the " bazaar," simply a covered
alley along which the vendors ol mcrcliandise
sat at their stalls, crmss-legged, idle, and ap
parently indilTcrcnt nloul effecting business
transactions, f resuming a stranger 'desired
to purchase a carpet or other article it meant
hours of, to us, incompichenslblv demanding
of fabulous prices; and the inevitable and
Inglorious surrender at la.l. The "merchant
ssould lie aggrieved, the speaker really thought,
were his first offer of an article for, perlui.,
ten times it (rue worth accepted 1 he would
be cheated out of one of the only break in
the monotuny of his life he could ever hope, for.
The sale of one lot o( good In an afternoon
would be considered rattling business.
ThU sou of thing proved what couki be the
case in a land where; time was so little values! 1
and it showed how capable a man' nature
Is pf adapting itself to almot any condition
List Thursday and KiWay 'All Sa!nl"ara
"All SouU" tlayt were oUrvl with ilue
soWoiwty by the Koiuau CalrioLks) of tk4 cityv
.1 I'rl'mtlii llimf,
The king linked for SpfeeVehsHliV Hon
nluhi ronf!! I pint ami gone and ihe
Tpn-rkelavflt Ury went Ihjuhi a lartlen and a
wlwr crowd though ifmdttlea my gbid
ihy had erotw ami brongltl " IHIIy" ssfih ihetn.
The HpraeMtvllte lnm arrived by Ihe Iwn
Mntont week Ago ypterikiy ami wr m
upon the wlmrf Iry it tWimliiw from Hi Hrm
qIhUm, and a targ emwtl nf pftatiir who
wanted to m lli fey tint had errme " in
In." 11nywr tiifri laWn to llw Hotel.
Dartng th evenmi; tlilr weft to Im ct.n
loumt nnd (limit llw Imtai tnitll pjrmip of llie
dfuWnl (arum rflBK iiji ami itlmnwfhg th
apimrent phynhsil nrjwwi o their opponent.
Haliinlay fnorrifflg opened tip id at it wjh
raining ImIiI at ilavllfihl ami continued r do
o al interval dnttnt; (lie fore nnnn which put
lae Imller in geneial Inlo no ry jihtn
Abmit mii, tlw captains of ih rcswellve
It-asm went out and made n limpenxm o( Hie
gronml WfJ llMbleil to ptay, wealher pertnlt
tln, at J 130 p.m. At tint time all ihe play
rr of both leam were oil tlw M ready for
he mruggle. MeanWlille a large crowd lid
MitiWl lo wfHiea the eonlfitt. A " flip
it llie nny"m llw Honohilan to ihe Nt
for ihc flM Innlngit Ihey were aKm rtttre-l
without oting'whit Hpraekelivllle nvule one.
For iwo.innliig (he game wa very close Imt
it was very ethlenl that llie I lonolmn were
"nnio" Ihe 'lcher of Spreekehivllle when
In (he third they auccMtlcd in (boring 8 mm.
Tlte retnilndtr, of the game wacrleof
error on Ihe ort of ihc -Spreckclwllli ami the
llonolulan hail no trouble Irf adding to Ihcir
core every inning,'
The Honolulu))! playeil an admirable pme,
and ilesVivetl much cretlil for amateur. I
have never n a more perfect gain. A
summary of the More at Ihe end of the ninth
Inning showed 31 runs scorrd for the Ilono
lularls, with 0 for the Kprcckclsvlllcs. The
spirit of Ihe spectator wa generous lo the
visitors who made some fine play and received
much applause jjr lliem. To the audience- Ihe
game was a disappointment, as .1 close and
exciting contest wa loukn! for, whatever the
From the scene of action the two chilis arid
some invito! outsiders repaired to the resi
lience of Mr. Clifford on I'unchUiwI street
where a native feasl or Luau was served and a
pleasant evening spent by all.
Monday afternoon ihc two clulrs met again
and nfler playing nine innings in Ihe unprece
dented time of one hoilr and forty five minute
presented . 11 score of Hunohilans 21 Sprcckcl
"The visitor took their dciarturc" per
Planter Tuesday afternoon, and as the steamer
left the wharf mid cheers from shore and cheers
from on lioard there could lie seen in each face
of every member of Ihe hprcckelsville leam ! A
good lime, well treated,- handsomely enter
tained iml badly whitewashed.
The Century for November opens with a
imrlrait of Queen Victoria at nineteen, in the
most perfect manner of wood engraving. An
article on Madame Moljcska gives a ortrait of
lhat lady also finely engraved. Nature in
England is llie title of a beautifully illustrated
article by John Ilurroughs, Ihc author treating
his subject, as usual, eon anion. Tlial exciting
serial story, The Urcad Winners, is continued.
It would be profitable and instructive reading
for the members of the Mechanics' Protective
Union of Honolulu.
The November Harper's is, as usual,
sumptuously illustrated. That amusingly
absurd serial story, A Castle in Spain, is con
cluded, winding up witii nearly everybody
happy nnd virtue, of course, triumphant.
There is an interesting and timely article on
the physical training of young children by
William lllakre in this number. It is suikcs
live rather than instructive, however. A short
article on the Northern Pacific and other trans
continental railways contains much-valuable
information nowhere else obtainable in so com
pact a form. Austin Dobscn contributes sortie
graceful verses. The December number will
be a Christmas number and many attractive
features arc announced for next year.
The Sugar Cane for October has the follow
ing table of contents : New fatent Hill, 1SS3 ;
The New Drawbacks on Kxrwrlation of Ke
fincd Sugar from the United States, Sugar Im
port Duties in Spain, frospecls of Sugar from
a Grocer's Point of View, Sugar Growint; and
Kcfining in Louisiana, Agricultural Experi
ments in India, Conducted by Pundit Ajudia
Prashad; Queensland Sugar Stali-tics, llritish
Guiana Sugar Estates, The West Indies,
Notices of liooks, l'atcnls,-Im)orts of Foreign
Refined Sugar, New Source of Caoutchouc,
United Slates Sugtr Receipts at the Four
Princijial Purls, f resent Prices of Sugar com
pared with the same period in 1SS2, iSSt, and
18S0 ; Keiort of the United Stales Sugar
Market, Sugar Statistics for Great llritain and
the United States, Stocks, Consumption, etc. ;
1 he l-.nghsh Sugar Market.
Jtreent Xutitbtr Sfrnthn.
Samuel lloyaut, n veteran of iSis, died at
Portland, Maine, on llic 4th ultimo.
, Gep. Augustus Funk, n noted German demo
cratic !itiean of New York City, died on the
I Slh ultimo.
Dr, Lewis T. Warner, a veteran homcoiath
ic physician, died n New York City on the 1st
ultimo, aged 63.
Gen. James !. Slcctlman, a prominent offi
cer during the ltelicllion, diet! at Toledo, Ohio,
on the ifclh ultimo.
J. P. Kidder, Judge of the Dakota Supreme
Court, died at St. Paul, Minnesota, on the
2nd ulliiiio, aged 67.
Isaac Ihiclunan, a prominent business man
and politician died at Hamilton, Ontario,
September 301b, aged 74,
Joshua K. Sands, Kear-admirlal United
Stales Navy, died at llaltimore, Mar) land,
on the 2nd ultimo, aged S3.
Mrs, FannlcSprague, mother nf Ex-Governor
Spraguc of Rhode Island, died at Craton,
Connecticut, on the 13th ultimo, ages S.;.
Ucnry 1'arnhaui, a prominent citizen and
liberal benefactor of Yale College, died at
New Haven, Connecticut, on the 41b ultimo.
Maj. Koliert A. llutchins, a quartermaster's
agent in the United States Army, dies) at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel at Los Angles, California,
on the 1 5th ultimo.
Col. G. J, Kennedy, who commando!
the Third New York Artlllciy, ami the
first mail to enlist and raise a company of vol
unteers In New York Slate, died it Auburn,
New Yoik, on the 311I ultimo. .
The Trutcf of the Gatlield National
Monument Association have met ami Invited
international competition tu arlUts for a
monument to be erected In CImvoUihI, Ohio,
ami not to ctceed in cost $150,000.
i, . 11 11 e 11
Dr. Koch, of the Gcruua Comtaiwion,
which has been InvesligAtiisg lbs choUra cp
itcmtc Ifl l-grpl, sav that U eastsesl by a UsUig
liuud-hke microscopic ortjswiiwn, Very much
like that seen in csvse of phthisii, ,
' 1 a ' 1
GoaI Grant I said lo be stitl a the fiUd
a candidate for the ptvaidwey.
Ii,.. 1 1 , It I .NviimW 1, 1H1
nsntil. swal nH kas am H.nsn aiy k ll iHitM
m arttvft ilstrlnauw w, tkn lanetnMleaaanevf
n n ifaiM in fnpt tm an ( fH Kant
m rkM ia hy an mm emrnvnl la tha- rata MMav
trad, lis fart of atw at .swW(, rmtviir, (nm
tha duaamii of ,mnWi tAmn m-surlaltf llw
tfla lWya wil!. ttsaa an iftiw mh;itmm
wittttm ih fwM, awl aaiamtiMia anl m tmvm
at AimA M iliakft lU aHHMrjr wail naceM fnll
r list tatMl irMa. Iim tafttltm tlar a amUm
ft! hi iNa Iwtsn'ts MtlHalr, Mm tlwta; an I'tit iksi
inoVfflt erMaHaraMr tvaxSoM, an-1 m hnfata
irtn tat wtttSf wt af IraitintM rri AnntmU.
rham ajasat fcaan iranaanlaaM nf hi la taat
Mala, aavanl pa"ai sai if aWm tm m-jm. I'ima
km ttM riwaatnsj hands, vn r4at lma,bai iM.,
awrtlnlatsii arVaflcoiifrm Itawta. hmi Atilna
I411 wtn U imnraavd fattntfattflr hy In mntnn (
itattatata tkarasm. IkwW Inafartaat aat trmnnl
la Ibal lk " Snow " prttjr, m (ha tumar of
Vmt aavt MwhaM ssntta, 1., Mr. Mllim!-. 'IWa
la m I ha haat niaos ut hmlaams fnmy m Ida
cltr, anal "ill atl da m Mmr lui VfO'tilJ tut
paMte Iwrn.tatWM 14 aaasVrnt whh lis CatnraSatl
lA. Hfin. A gvt haiii, iha H he as
narffly 'Krvffml, and at mnJmtmj rnstata m iha
niiT. 'Ia4v, Maatra I .too. and )vtr V ofTr
pat.el nf land and hniMInf aHta on Iha ennteir f
Kfiajtand PomfcbawlMmtaanil a Im si KUM
Iha Zaatandta, fnm Han lamrlaen, rllv-l last
Knn-lay iwaDtng, taartn for tha CaVxiMs In in afut
nnm llw datalolhaathltimn, hMa almailfia; n
r.han ki in martn naMtaikma, i an Mi.Mm at
adrancaa In iha nasvr laiara
Wt knma iha arrttal ihta oaak of WIMar 4 C.'a
iatwMmr Klnan fy" (U .llrHe wrahj" oflkeM
Islands, and Inwt aha ntay ml pnm Ion Urja f a lihar
pnaamafr or fratttd oimnaaik. h hat ben
rdannol trllh ca;ncssl iw 10 ih awmbrl of iha Ira
fllht tmblk, an.1 il la in U h)al llasy ll U rtrthe,!
lo a iitwwmlw drM. Th arriral of ihe littt
Itosl-, with ill l'laa imntfffMU, la al tlnwie
lidlnfa In many of our ).liw, tnli, ami ull.tri.
Tha Ahmwda hfi prmppily an her teturn vayara lo
San I'lanriKB, 'IlHMaday, ikmi, tih uofxWs;!.t,W
fratglil and am 4a tautnrra, 'Iha valin uf et.n,
alwa our li hy lr an-l llm llll -mnuuit lo i)i,yn.
On 'I Iwralay rn-al, th Wi Intram, will 1 du lt
MaHjrtaa, wtiith left San I'nusrfMO on I HI. IV
Clly f I'ttlaj will L lua lut lli aims lima froia
lhizlrOOHill. a hutluf Chlima htmrira. hht U
a-lvttiltnj la sail fvrSan Krandicn lvut iha ih in
Iliinoliilit Sliirlt unit Itmiil Ksrhitnyr
Stin, Wcslnawlay, Ckiol-r jr, itJi.
Ifalltu Sinwt Co
Kohalt Stiyar G ,
llm I'llncavilla I'Luilallon Co
Iha vv'ni.ti. Lj 1 ..
11 liawaittn Aigficullulai Co.. .'.'..
-.w mitytl kV, , . ..............
Waimanalo Sugar Co
IImioIim hiijtar Co. tiy.j r lu (.1. up
Oiluala Sugar t
Waihec hxijtxr Co
Pacifie Mill Co
Ilil4 SCltwar I'm.
Unite kaiH.li I'lantalion Co....'.'.,'.'.
r., .l..: '-"-- - l-iH
UuiTm Xlill f.i t. u. .!.. ..1.1 I
Rlttt fiilll 11 lilt aVtfma !.
OiMHKn Stiaptr C.. .s,, ..,
I'aiukAa JWgar ij ,,,.
Kcdfirnciiy Sugv Co
laaupaftajtrhoc huar Co
W'aikap.1 Sttiv Co
Ifabwa SujiEar Cu ,
llunortuiiu Su-tr Co ,,.
'Hie Hawaiian ItaifroaJ Co tfl
Kartuiui luiiruat Co ,.....,
I Uwaiim Itll 'V tt hoiK Ot , .
HatM-Aiian i'tIchone l., (MauijL,....
Kauai Telrphynk Co
IHto Hawaii rdvijliunv & TtL Co..
MISCPLLAKtSOUS STrCKS AKU BUND
C. Ilrewcr Cbmiuny, (MtreanVilt) '.'.'.
ImeruUod ntcaiti Navicalion Co.
I- O. I lall ft Son, (Umitol);
1 waive per cent. Ilonda
Nineperctnl Hawaiian bonds ,.
Ses to cent 1 lawalian Londs
bix per cer.t free from (ktt'l 'I a
Onouiea Sutar tjs. llonds, g per cent. . .
Ilawn Agrltfl Co. Ilonda. 7 freer,! . .
, . .. IALES.
36 share of Iracr-itland b. N. Co., at i6
II. ItltwEKKiinKlur-a. Seattars-.
C It. nlshon. m. from Kauai,
fl.,,! -.1 .i. r-... .--:-,..
...uk.. .v.. IIWI ,.,4J1U .....--.....,..,.,.
Klitiut, Am llinr, Culles, from Port Carable
I.ula, ath, from KohrJaltle
--.--.uw.u ,i,. x. ncwicr, irom van tfanciMas
SV auaanalo. Urn, Nel-on, from Waisianalo. . . .
I .llr-lilaa itni 1'if.ri af. ff a -1 . a . .
waV1, ., St U 111 11 aw ail
Jamtrt Maltctr, Mm, SlctktniU, (tmn Kauai...
Cttn. Siej'tt. th. Iron Ivrlsn
iuii ir i. - i.-i . ',.".'".".' "
a., avsas. ihu , IUinUICCK, I rum laaVfklCO,
via .Si. Mtcbact't. , ,,
Kirau, HawMra, '6n fechmitlt, 67 day i fr,n
I'ltiladclphia..... .,,, ov ,
Maq- Alice, acli, Irom Moiuhai... !.!I!"."!.""
Vpttl Vl.mll rU f-t....... t I-L-- 1.
------- -- wbiiiiHu-iiwi lajumj... a
ZealanAa, Itril a, Webber, for S Joey .Oct. at
1.11a, Am bllne, Howefor laQ I'raiKuco.... " an
ItllllV-Slt SCah flrt IVIntal-a
rssiiaura iityu. im( 2eat Ir KaJiuluj
Ubua.nm, It-cni-cn, fof .MolaUslaml Hana.,
MoUtJti.um, Mcilrtgor, for KooUu
f ?tn.l ssari tVavasta frs
C.R. llisuop, son, for Kauai '.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'.'.".
i.acnac, aim, Ivlnj, lor I lilo ami nay porta . .
Planter, m, Hates, fur Maaloa, Kona, and Kau
Courser, Am lem, Colby, fjr Pun Towiband. .'
Kekauluohl, sch, for Ilanaiei..,..'......!".'.'..'. "
Mile Mollis, sch, for Lanai "
-SITl.11 r n. B &lnv- ....... V- L- -Z . .
Pauahi. sch. for Ookala .. ,
Europa. Am w h bV, Luce, for cruue and New
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
I!l.l. Kock-. llumhrecL
C S. lleuiritT, Uasis
Discos tav, Pcrrinun
II. W. Amv Kteeman.
Kinau, Von SvhmidL. . ...
W. II. Diuosd, lloudktt....
. ... tint. stm.
.. Am. lAtoe.
...... Am. IA.
Vessels Expected Irons Foreign Ports.
llToN..m, U.. Crvuix Itaruow
llue, Jan. to-i. C llre.rr 4 lix, atiiii.
Ilststct, Cr. U. MatATLAN, Sander
Uoe Nov. IS. II. HactfeU A Co., Afenls.
Ilntntx, !Uw. U. Kam Kothfots
I lu I cc ao-at- 1 1. 1 lactfeU St Co., Aecou.
CAdilrr, Haw. bfc. In.sai ;rrri Carrels
IhialSec, i-is, II. llackfrld Al Co., Aztois.
CtitsTKAirr, 11. t. R. M. .S. Kssnosnik -
HoNr.snsc,(Kr bk KKiKiiatcn ULlruu
Do now. II. llaclMdCo.,A5tiits. V
HuHCkiosu, bk Ibanki. Illt-u , Smiih
llosokoxo, r.ujL. Citvo prKin ., , ....
Due on or about Nov. 10. II. HacUeUniCo.
JaLeir, Arabstn Haxasuj Ticrncy
Due in all Nov. A. P. LlMJk'K, Agcuis.
jALVir, Haw ath KLlA bit ell
Due now. .V. K. CoilkK, Aeut.
t.lvakrvoi, llrii. ship AskavsTvitii CvsTUi..llartvt
uua Jan. iirij. I. il. liasajaat tk, Aceotw
NswCastlk,N. S.W.,l)rit l Austs Wiisox. .Gov
i'- .tvw. i-.u. ... ..fcv,iu , va, .fenxk
Nw Casilk, N. S. W Car U. Ciiaiatikc.U'iMfuv
Dim Oct. iohs 11. llwlttU Jk Co.. A-eMa.
Ss or. Am. 11. StAtrAM ,. .Cisaaky
O.crdue. Caulca. CaVe. Aleuts,
NswVuaK, llril. U. Ilaaavjasiks .Laiiioora
Due now. Caul. & Coote, Agents.
ISjrr Causuc, Am tem Dakar a. ,....,.Wids
Due now, II. Ilackhld S to., a.rnlt
ijN KttAKciwo, Am. IsEtru. Coxtlkuk., ...Coususs
I'Mtnav, j-ia i. train SA,ajtnik
5am PnAXClaco, Haw sch Jennie VV'Ur... Nail ton
Sax I'asicisco, Haw. IV. Kauhcaca ....Miller
lhia Nov. S'to- K- A. Sclucfar a; Co., axats.
Sax Prascisco, llrit. U. I.sov LAUrsun Kna
I hs Nov, j-to C Itrcwer a Os, a(tnu.
San r'.AXClsco, txa., MAalrtS-SA-., .,.., Howard
Ihta tit, t. V, IS. Iraia J; Co.. acntk.
icrualt, Htd, Am. bh. Alaian IIsssk, Novn
Krom San Fraxcf-co, per Zaalaa-Jia. fXtoUt at Mrs
Kcuict, J ItowMtt, II Silrrim and wife, U UrcuSe.
Mr I'fhal, A II lloihsaae, MlMiHer.Mn MiUerTTlrC
A Much, II MctUtra, M Mclncraav, W PluMi-,
A VaV LVra, J itwuoat, MUs 11 (i Pteutt, Mr and
Mrs VS'tbxrr and liiujhtcr. tliM KuMaH, A thaiard.
W Pulkrson, W O.tilon, ll Arnold, r Saaaa, Mn
Sansa, lIa., A Cohn, A M,er, C NaU-Tjiso M
Ck&isM. Mrs and Mxa-jxaplaa, iilkaw.
IronsIVwiToanuaid, ptr Khttul i (ktoUl jfMrs
S M Carta Au. a thaUrwn.
Irons MdaJaiptikS, f Kwan, Nostkb I Vs II
V usbt ad wifa sad chaM, lias Holler, J A HodJ and
ifc. Mrs W j Uwia, MrsTO WatttyaJshitd.
Proa Maaj, ate, l ltuia, UcloUa an-II It
Urvaast, jl Tsjrson, B juUrt J Csasradl, A M
StaSiaat, s Horaar.
Favan WiaJwanJ Pcatr, per IwalsaJ, OuaUr to-.
(IWCJaat, Msm jMas, Lis K-Uaa, I D .,
II N nratst. MKXiUa. Mr an.1 lira loa7
W II Com. J, ;C H-Mlilmw, (1 Khs,, Matan fWbaa,
Cwtsaa. JtJtaAi, hosat. Stmt, htwrut. Pry, akV
Kl, Movan, Ijacaa, nasi Faaiu.
Froa Klhilhii. per Kil.uti llou. OalaXarf-Miaaa
!. A WUaina mat wsfe, Mosta HM, TssW (W
Ifoaw, SK. fkhs llataiaon, aTjlsU'
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likaajo A W Vwhardo, Mtta Rnhintmn. kki
asZVtUara 11 Gaaaf.
turn WKtJwaia Porta, par LAtlie, OaoUraa
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ft Ism losmaand, r Cnatfwr, OnMot nil
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Iron tinVaa, 6s, ft htnaW. a, 11. lLlJjSSi.JT,
rallowmrtal. fatPMaoasI ; f Harold fas Taw.
tmt wttals j C I. vyilH, 9 trmUrA'arta,
t'orHanPiaodHM. -f KHj, 0t tt -iwi pt.,
jr, rt., IU .,,& fkf, rh. M,i jfc?j2i
metllc prulstta, tfl(l.n.
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Mr, 1'iiincaus ha on eihlbiikm n t,..: ,,r
skctchc and ulnlings mule iluring hi recent
trip lo Hawaii. The iHiblie are oiriltttlr In-
viteil to lnt-.xl ihc collcclioa. Studio No. nt
Hold street, cuttai'c In rear of Dr. lr:,'.
a Knr.ua rtr KssuoaAtmisv
11 " IVewrts shmikl UIu" .
'Ihe UAU" all M Sef,
1n"f;uktri' in Ihe "Friendly i- -
71w " Fnrrirrs" lo "ChllL
TV: liule anar inj, oars-tfcig; bsWs
VffZt brcal oor Irlghlly int,
SlwoM le patted off lo " IlaCaU,"
To " lasp' Und or to " l!re."
From ; SpUfa,! - C-.A. - gs to - Orteer,-
An,I white lh " Mf-r wai.
Hit laMact IOiImi "OniMa Contf,
" &n,khrlfu- a (n the " Snk,.
"Stimtrrt" alasul-1 la Ihe " Needlna" go,
" Win. UbUn- lo " liurgandy,"
"fJaurmamtt- sljouU Innch al "9u4kh late,"
" Waja" si ha - llay of Pondy -
" Iladielors" to hn Vnilt.1 Rale,
" Maida " to Ihe file Hutf
It " Oardmrra" gn lo " lUmny tlay,"
And "SlMhlacta " to " JaaUL
Thus emijpalr, aol misplacnd man
Will then no lonjtr ttn at.
And all who are not pruvaltd for
Had teller goto " Texav" rn JrW.
f M. OAT, JR. & CO.
' $ P P $
SttttloiicrH ami Xrtrx Jhtitvr.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTK KIJOCK, 7 M llRCHANT
Hatejud rrceiitrj.e. Mariposa, a finer astortmentV
A moon .which may he found
Ilroad and narroa. hy the ream ; LlocVt-d, or by ou'uej
MP.JIORANDUM IILOCKS. 4c, &,, .
Ihwnd to pleatr.
llanlers' larce. ItanLen'mtll,
In fact wc have lnhitandaforalL
POST OFFICF. I.ITITKR SCAI.US.
Carler'a Combined Copying and Wrilin.
in iruarts (nnla, and half.pinit.
CARTKR-S WKlTINti FLUID.
in quant, pinla, half-iim, arl cones.
V 101. 1H' INK, q-aarts pints, half pinla, and corses
ARNOLD'S WKllINU FLUID,
in quarts, pirns, halfpinls, and conea.
STAFFORD'S, In quant and pons.
Tlicyplian lerfumrd lnh,
In quarts, pints, half-xants,and oaica.
Perfect Mucita;c Boole i ,.
MANNS COPt' HOOKS: ' .,
lot It, full bound anj half hound,
lo x 14, full bound and half-bound
Ma&nY Copying Pap r.
PENS and I101.I)i:i in peal varieties.
Automatic Ieocill, Copying PVliciU,
FaUr'a Pencils Ihlsaa a IriKil., ic
DRAWING PAIT.K, pUia and mounirj.
Manilla Iktail Paper.
KNVFLOi'F: lyv, abated.
I1a)in( Cards round cumti and Jain.
MEMORANItUM HOOKS, a targa raiiaty,
Time Iloola, aaioned,
Shipping 'I'axs TouriU Tass
INVtr.lON PAPER, and Envelope, in maich.
IUII Programme Cards ncils and law Is
Ltmi'.R PRESSES. Urg. and small.
Rubber Hands Alt tiles. '
1IASK HALLS and IIATS.
wokica and Scora- Ilootv
niKTIIIlW CARD POCKET KNIVES, and
many uhcr arttclca ti nuaterous la mention.
tO. SUIISCRIPIIOSS recrise.1 for any foreifn
paper or Maguin pubUdnd al any time A Ut lor all
Iha Local Papers anil Malannaa, SeawiSra, lUt.i.
sadea, Fanuly UUaiy, ate., 1. aj on ha-al od tpe
csal ouasbcti scin tor lo order.
. SPECIAL ORDERS mai.ed for HOOKS, etc
RED RUllItER STAMP AGENCY,
and Acms fur Iha. EocycAJsaalU IVstaniuVai.
X4. All Idan4orJrltkJpramplly,-sa,
J. M. OAT. Jr., and CO,
l&tf Gsaatla W l, I) Merchant Street,
Keceirrsl, ei AIwVMEDA,
j. r. tr.iTKuuovMt.-H
Faocy Chck CUf hams'
Galalu Sripea '
Ittavy HUk Groa,GrtI Sirkt '
Htkck and CoUad SalWs
LW1 Fancy Tla w
NVt. Auonavaa U Bid Qoasa
Fancy KJUaaut ' H
ftwaawrtmaMvf Lt Cooda
lasiifa'TrhawMiJ HaMsaal IW.ll
Uabiati Fcathrta La a, tUott
I lasaaral A rt I'lll I'ail
f, a tL'.'.." aVi" .YT "" TTV:"" Jr?,
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fnrd. k'l W. Iinnt'fl lBs,i: j "a LT
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if',',Lln '"K ! 'rta, Mhm
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f 1 U.T 1 O ti HALE
r.f.f.f ;,.' iinv.tr. t.nrn
ow tih: i'I.aim, iioioi.i'f v.
I fiarr l'n rWrraainl fcyif I1strs aM !
larttisasslllnf aMUI.WTntOMI!, ttrcral,
l wflat raf asUornaws a) IfanssM m
fiitttinlny, Novomha-r lltli,
a t aCtWt, aaaaa,
Tttrmt t ValanatK
O Pnaaansta ,,, wsas krtuafc and Ktw
TTWffr fitr! ij-r lifT ftmmtlm ma..1 as .Jt.
Im m fkwrtlai atwrt, is,! am rW fti m-
TM, Fm WmfJ.
T 1.I at Pjpatsaaafpiiiilitsii.1
P. P. ADAM. A
Tr IIACKPtiLt) A Co.,
oFrrrt rox am:
ijrvoieKH or new good-,
E liarl C K. Ilitfc.. sod StanMhS)i YJM., 1
Uirrwttine in pari of aa CMrrmtt
A lrirrai Aaaortznnnt of Dry Good,
Denims, Brown and While Cottons, Drffla, Tick-
Int-a, Turkey Red, Merto-h(ch and
coloreda qnahtUf, Repp. Alptei,
Cobo-jrtl, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-sjraln, Panty, Colored and Striped
Barege, Ctep-, &e
Mfii'n I'll ill lull hi' (Infill,
Shirt, WooUn, Mbwd, Calieo, lllc'.ory. Denfm
alt. Merino and Cotton UndrrtfaUta, While
"fr'm&hirta.Socha ft Stocktoei,o'losrt
llaudherchieli, Pmlardt, a Urgr in.
o,ee of CLOTHING consittlnr
of Pine BUek Cloth Coatt and
Panti, Iincktkln Sacks,
Pants and Snitt. Pell.
Sacks ft Pant.
Bo Shirts, and
Children' Jacket. I.
R. Coats ft Leezlnci.Mon.
key and Sailor icketf, Carpet
SUppert. Silk and 1. C. UobreOat
andParasols, Fancy and Travtlina-
t.?'"1'. Cotlon and Tntkith To-weli.
Vhite and Panev Quilts. Felt Husrs and Bros.
sell Carpeting Sua and Velvet Ribbou. Thread
While and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Wooh-n, two aire.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Bntlons forSbirti, Coals. Pants. Druses,
ftKiine Ean da Coloene, Lobsa'a F.a.
, Toilet S-apa, 1tW, a
Od, Comix, IAinzCla4. Pipes. I.
K. lulls llarmonkaa, Dlacli hj.A.
Gold If. Jewelry, (lOi Watches
Tap. Elastic, Scarfs, Albnmsl
Extcntl-io, Arm, Dtninxooan and Parlcr O-air,
5etlcrs tllrrors, etc,
a.hllr,, Cx'a'.fna, (Itrll.t. Sllrru,, Unlhrr,
Hemp ft I. K. Pactinj. Coal riattelt,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY.
m-o"" m,y,K tMAuea, s atea lui l.uttwarr, Slai
and Taned kope. Coal lUrs Gunaiea. Twine,
Burlaps Woolpack anj rwilled Sack ing-. Linen ll
SUGAR and KICK HAGS
of alt tins and qnanties.
Sardines la half and quarter boars.
Salt in Jan. Castor Oil in tins. Matches
Cocoannt OU. Wash Bine, IL White Lad.
Sujxtno Candles, a, !. and , IL & P. BUoiit.
llnbbock a Linseed Paint Ou, While Zinc Paint,
Herman and Havana C'tyarg,
PUl'd ware Spuint. Foils Crncts Tea
sals Cups Napkin Kings Saltan, est,
ISjcket nnd Bnuher Kni.es SVitwn, Shaay Nwara,
Necdkea, ;, riles, Spun, lialranued Uins
Hoop Iron, Kes; KisttL Htmmert, Yellow
M.etal ami CotnptMiaM Nads Oti6rt
UsUitt Metal, Jmtar OaJna, Irta:
Fire Oay, BUtksmlth Cast, Fire Bricks, Tilt
Empty Barrels. Oak Boats, fte.
Orders frras the other I stands carrfuSy attended to.
II. lnriV'o) Cm.
DENSON, SMITH CO.
B E T H E ST) A
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