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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, December 1, 1883.
,i.v itotm uitii 7oir noon
Mr llnffnunt'n Isetiirr
A small audience greeted Mr. Abraham
lloflnunR at V. M. C. A. Hall on the
evening cf the 191I1 Instant ( and )ct
The world-wide opilarlty of the
lectnrcr's subject, the wortli of the cause
and the ittlterini; reputation of the gentleman
who lectured ought to hac filled the hall.
The lecture was well nilrcrtiseri and It Is a re-pro-ieh
$ the city that it was so ill attended.
Mr. H. II. Dole introduced the lecturer. At
the amt time he remarked upon the claim of
thl cotjmtinity, by irtuc of its being an Kng
lish spcllilnj; nationality, to hic ready )m
palhy tth .Mr. Itoffnung and hU subject on
this occasion. Though not American and
though not Knglish, we belonged to the
"Grcaer llritain" of Kngllsh-spcalring people,
whose pride, too, in honoring the greater
lightsrfTiir mother tongue such as Hood
vtcshrrttl in to the fullest extent. He had
much pleasure In Introducing to those present
a genlcmm who had made a life study of the
chiraitcr and gcniili of one of England's
grcattU literary lights the poet and humorist,
Mr Hoffnung, who was well received, ex
plained In the course of n few prefatory rc
marl the circumstances under which he had
prepred the lecture which he was now called
upoj to delis cr. lie had been elected prcsi
denfof a literary society at Liverpool and had
chosn "Tom Hood Ins Life, Character and
Wriingji" as the subject for his first address.
Pari); from a dread of basing a maiden effort
too vcrely criticised and partly from a con
ciouncss of many imperfections Inf his lecture,
he lul not consented to hasc it put into print
on tat occasion. And, notwithstanding he
rrgaded a manuscript in n lecturer's hand as
a deided non-conductor of that electrical cur
renlof sympathy that ought to pass between
thcipcaler and his hearers, he haj regretfully
nowHo make use of the manuscript of his
formi, dcliscry, in order to gisc his present
audidec the benefit of that safety associated
with ic use of notes.
Whit undertaking to deliver his Liverpool
lecturrhe was in no difficulty about choosing
asubjet. In selecting Tom Hood for consider
ation r was not only influenced by his parti
ality ft a favorable author but by a regard for
poetry as the music of literature, the sweetest
fragratc of culture's flowers.
Thcecturer made passing allusion to the
so-calld philosophers of the Gradgrind
type, s Jdmirably portrayed by Dickens in
his " la 1 Times," who made it a practice to
deride a I sneer at things poetical, demanding
" lacts,icts " men wlo too olten, also,
found it( mscnicnt to disparage sentiment and
religion- n whom fancy or even the charm
of chili) Oil's winning prattle found no res
ponsisei dsation ol soul who seemed so able
to rt-onmse an) thing rather than that which
stamyV 'heir fellow man as the possessor of
"a fcwM immortality. He then began his
td:tckc to the subject of his memoir,
T4 Hood was born in 1799. His father
was a boK?lk.r.and publisher in a small way,
a man of thongk Respectability and some
literary tastes. No doubt the influence of his
inclinations ss crresponsible in some measure
for the early dcjlopment of his son's remark
able literary pve'is powers that had since
been the mcanjf gising to the English-reading
public so Inch fireside enlightenment in
the shape of h humorous suitings and poetry
which could ckn perhaps the highest place
ef all its kind er penned by English authors.
Uarly in 11 Ijood's svstcm manifested
svmplom's oliha superlatively insidious and
painful nialadj m sumptior ; and at 46 he
succumbed tc he . Hacks of the disease.
So long v. n. illness and so severe his
sufferings, ih; tte greatest ssondcr in connec
tion with tin niter was that the sensitive
mind and fr lo;y did not break down be
fore. In arfuhi to this, in connection with
other mundie a fairs, his life ssas a long
hand-to-han striggle with hard time's and
discouraging cireumstances. Hut Hood's
bright andoblc nature bore him brascly
through It I. Indeed, his life was in this
respect a (ching exemplification of Long
fellow's srautnt " How noble 'tis to suffer
. and be strgl" Notwithstanding what he
himself hi to endure, his sensitiveness,
ttnsclfishne and nobleness of heart
was, howjr, unbounded ; and one might
nlmostj sal with safely unparalleled. In
contradistiion to the majority of men of let
ters of lii,V and of antecedent times, especi
ally wits a humorous writers, Hood was as
reu'rent rj considerate as he was in satire
napproably1encclise. But though his
character t writer of witty and humorous
sallies waiiirue, he was a poet in the truest
temcoftjvsord, and hir productions might
not iuaplW likened to the sparkling stream
let's watclashing back the golden sunshine
sonata pure and altogether lovely wns
the charai of his singing, llut It was as'a
humorist 'at he posctl so high above .the
majority his fellows. Humor had been
from thefs of Shakespeare dovsn to those of
Dickens, nib and Ssdncy Smith one of the
suoiigestturcj connected with our L'nghsh
literature, The lecturer went so far, in his
convictioionctrning this gift of humor, as to
think thaad )ie call to pray for a special gilt
to be besfcd by Heaven upon some right
minded Isl, he would unhesitatingly Inter
cede for hluwal of the humorous faculty,
llumoiul.e Hood and Dickens were real
bciiefactdj their sjicciit.Jjeiausc they ranked
in virtue )ielr powers among the greatest of
human tips. Certainly the blessed results
did not as attend the cffoitsof diiTercnt
writers a because many humorists of all
language not curcisc their inlluencc al
ways in t
uectlonof benevolence, moralit)
Hwlja noble and generous sympathy
gciftalcx ah his fellow creatures and
Intimacy 1 hamming circumstances, under
which ui mcinlxts of the less fortunate
c1.vsm.-s of da) suffered, were responvlble
without iJ . for the production of his noblest
elloits ruly, 'f ie Song ol the Sitlrt and
The UndJ Slgl -, both of which pathetic,
sll-powciujiocm' made sensations at the
limes of thfitsl - peaiingin print, and have
remained tiles It whatever language lead
up to the Vnl Ol.
KaUu'rUcoigorihc Shirt, the lee-
turcr referred at jome length to its electrical
effect upon the community in the midst of
which the poor needlewomen of the day were
slaving In " poverty, hunger and dirt " and
receiving remuneration at the rate of five far
things per shirt made by handj and slaving
moreover, under lhcc circumstances, unnoticed
by their fellows, simply because public atten
tion hail not been forcibly directed to the
horrors of their situation. One woman died
nf starvation In n dreary garret and the par
ticulars (if her death toucheil the gentle poet
Hood so keenly that he immediately sat down
and wrote his immortal lines.
Ileforc sending them to the publisher, Hood
read his verses to his wife whose favorable ver
dict thereon vsasstiontaneous and decided.
Hood could not be said to have lacked
gravity In his character. Indeed his doing so
would have been something surprising In view
of the. uniform gentleness and philanthropy of
He defended occasional "double meaning "
sallies by the reminder that they often carried
" double schsc," but in no case during his long
literary career could any instance be pointed to
where good taste or tender susceptibilities of
any one had been unnecessarily offended.
1 food's steadfast observance of filial duty,
his strong domestic affections especially the
most happs; relations with his wife and child
ren were then briefly touched upon.
Returning from that slight digression, the
lecturer went back again to the movements of
his hero as a )oung man, giving the date of his
first literary connection with the Dundee
Advertiser as 1814, when he was, of course,
only 15 years of age. His return to London
,in 1820, where he assumed editorship of the
London Magazines his introduction to and cul
tivation of the warm friendship of such men as
Charles I-amu, Horace Smith, Dickens, S. T.
and Hartley Coleridge, De Qulnccy, Proctor,
and William and Mar Hosvitt; his marriage
to Miss Kcjnoldst the birth and. immediate
loss of his first child; the birth and training of
his succeeding offspring; all were interestingly
though briefly referred to by the lecturer.
An interesting feature was made of the assis
tance and solace Hood found in the love and
ministrations of his devoted wife, who proved
not only a keen and infallible judge of his pro
ductions and a s) mpathizcr w ith his aspirations,
but an admirer nay almost a worshipper of
his talent; and, greatly to Hood's enjoyment,
a most willing and good tempered victim of
his practical jokes.
Then were touched upon" the poet-humorist's
trips to the Rhine for the improvement of his
shattered constitution; his neat hand-writing,
with total disregard of punctuation; the busi
ness difficulties which at one time threatened
almost to overwhelm him; his annihilating
satire at the expense of the Scotch divine,
Kae Wilson, then preaching in London, who
had most unjustifiably laid at his charge
irreverence and even blasphemy. The lec
turer made a point of reciting part of the satiric
poem referred to, as he did also lines from
several others of Hood's best.
Then Mr. HofTnung passed rapidly on to
mention Hood's sentiments upon the sacred
ness of a man's views on matters religious,
which he cliaractized as those of a noble, con
scientious and truly devout man. His last ill
ness, during which he was faithfully tended by
his devotee! wife, so soon to follow him to the
realms of light and rest; his burial at Kensing
ton Green, where the national monument
raised through the instrumentality of the poet
Eliza Cook now rears its unique design ov er
the head of the sleeping poet; the spirit that
appeared to animate the nation not only the
contemporary lights of literature but the un
noticed members of the humbler classes in
connection with the contribution of that
memorial; the legislature' vote of pecunhry
recognition of Hood's genius and worth in
behalf of himself during life and of his family
after his death were the last points mentioned
in what the lecturer designated as the first por
tion of his discourse.
The second course was a series of readings
of some of Hood's poems, introduced by a few
appropriate remarks from Mr. HofTnung upon
their character as literary efforts,or the circum
stances under which the author had given them
birth. Among these were The Song of the
Shirt, The Bridge of Sighs, November, and A
Without attempting to be critical the writer
cannot resist expressing his belief that the lec
ture interesting and valuable as it undoubtedly
was would have done Mr. Hoffnung better
justice if that gentleman might have spoken
A vote of thanks to the lecturer brought the
proceedings to a close before 10 o'clock.
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jTllden as president.
There is political as welf as industrial
trouble in Jamaica.
There is an outbreak in Scivia which
threatens rebellion. n
The deaths from chuleja In Kffipt are now
confined to Europeans. v
Chang, the g-fect giant, was due in New
York on the 9th instant.
Governor Ireland, of Texas, demands that
negroes be accorded special cars.
A national league for the suppression of
Mornunism has been formed in the United
The telcbration of I.011I M)or's Day In
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and ui great success.
There has been an anti-Jewish eicitement
in England, fortunately frowned down by the
gooltense and good feeling of the nation.
John S. Gray the defaulting clerk of the
San Francisco llatlwr Commissioners has
been sent to San Qucntin for ten ) cars on
The Sunday Chronicle of the I Ith has a
Utter on these islands written by Rev, Mon
cure D. Conway after his one day here in
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mortgage intends to foreclos (ot condition broken for
non pas uicnl of monies secured thereby, and after the
expiration of the tlui staled by law wdl sell the mort
gaged prcmlttt at public auction.
the prernUe stated In the piottgag deed are all thai
parcel of land situated at Wailuku, Maui, and purlieu
luly described In the Conteyaac J E. P. Ilond and
1. W. Everett adrnlnUtraior c-f J. Richardson in
Kahuailua in lhe deed, dated the 10th day ef Sept , A,
D. I&60, recorded at llonolulain Liber 13. folio aoi,
104. SAM. O. KALE.
I W. Kall'a, Att'y for lhe Moi'gage.
Wailuku, Nov, 10, iM). t
1 bav this dav sold to W. R. Lavtrtntc all mv
Iniereu In the f.iia of L. WHENCE 4 RF.I.TII.
Any persons having claim again! the above firm
will pica present ihein at oik kl their oluce, corner of
fcdlnburg and HaUkasuU bueel.
., . . . ' G- O. FREEIII,
lloaolold, November si, iUj.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER I OR SALE,
From the cargoes of the Matl.gate and other recent
vessels, lhe following
Dry Goods and Clothing .
Prints of the latest styles, fait colors;
Blue Denims, Brown Linen Drill,
While Crovdon Sheeting,
Horrock's Long Cloths. Waterproof Tweeds,
Towels and toweling, Olas Towels,
TableClolhs, I able Napkins,
Pttro Linen. Shawl, Dram Goods'
Grenadines, White arid Colored Silks,
Colored Satins, Gras Cloths,
Artificial Mowers and leathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs.
Table Covers, woolen'. Colored Salteensand Crapes
fancy Mliture and Blue ami Gray Flannels,
Victoria Lawns, Brooks' Spool Cotton,
Blue and White Check I Ittndos,
rANCY DRESS OOOD8
Fancy Plaids, Regatta Shirts Wool Shirts,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
Men' s hite and Brown Cotton I lalf Ilo,
l-die-. Ilote-, Men' Reads made Clothing,
Men' Pats, "'
Indies' Hat (white", 1 lack and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coats, Capes and Leggings,
Blue and Gray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all sires, colon and eights:
Vrlerl Oirjirtu, f'rlrrt Itut',
t'rlrrl awl Tn)intru Door .lttiti.
A full assortment of GENTLEMEN'S and LA
DIES' SADDLES; also, Saddles for Boss and Girts
and a few
BRIDLES, Saddle Cloths and Chamois Skins.
Sugar Bat;, iiOx.'IO.
Conl Bait, 20x37.
Rica Bn.fr nml Twine.
Filter Press Bags a36, something new and In great
demand1 a few onl remaining. These hag are made
to fit Olto's IVrss, and are of the right site and proper
(hihilliltrd Corruyiitrtl ttoojliiu (s gauge),
in b, 7, 8 and 9 leet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, j, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Galvaniied Iron Buckets, all size;
Galvanized Wash Basins,
f,Klvanired Garden Bordering and Netting,
Tin-ied Iron Sauieitans, all ues;
Teakettles, real Japan Blacking.
I'ttvtug Jlrlch tintl Garden Tilcn,
l.awn Scat and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass r lower Stand,
Fcm Baskets etc
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE BRICKS,
Liverpool .Salt anil Itoeh, .Salt, Xlncl, Valntt
ami llallril Oil; Worcester Sauce-
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and seven yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sites (, )i, ,', and H-
TOWELL DUFKRY.V STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER IIEL1IN0, from '',lou,
1 1 feet lengths; 16 and li tt. per yard.
ish llaies, Bolts and Nuts.
. Railroad Spike 10 match.
One til-r-llortv- J'uirer I'ortable Knylne
Alto, One Threo-llurit J'oirer ' eal
tannine, tie. m
c-t)r THtO H. DAVIES CO.
MR. J, W. VAkNDLEV
Will give buiructUm to a UmiisU number of pupit
In Violin-Playing and
Tbs CulUvatloa of the Voles.
Communication respecting the abos may b left at
Mr. C L, Willunu' Piano and Furniture blot, Tel.
iJioii No, 7; Mr T. G.lluuoi't Store, lekvhao
No. 30; and at lb Resident of Mr. YarndUy, No. to
IMtvsUM Taned, Rsslr4 ssad FeUslfei.
0 hot soticit,
If orders ar addressed a stovt