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rtonomiu, Hawaiian Island: Saturday, December s, 188v
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due to 1
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,1 not a i. r.iu:.
t If in rtmhlii'l It.ll.r llltlirrlirrml.
of Macaroni got up one morning
the cilj-e of lU lel.
I clninlietl.iin stood Iwforc liim, and
I hi? lncUnEi, ftnc of which liail n
I I lie heel.
king was artfully lurncil so that the
I not lie visible to hi majesty's eyes,
! llic kiiifj Rcncrnlly iliiln'l mind a
king ru long m he had pretty Loots,
on ever, the hole nltracledhimlten-
Nfictl, he tore Hie Mockingoutofthe
prlam's grasp, and (Miking hit fore
gh the hole as far down as the
rcmarkeil, with n nigh, " What is
ting n king, if I have no ouccn ?
Nd )on say If I should marry? "
si Is snlilinie, your mijtjr," the
erlain said, humbly.
lyou think I shall easily find a suit
skcil the king.
clous, )ltcn to one," was the
Kcl that I am not easily satisfied.
like tha Princess, she must lie
I beautiful. Then there is another
itMrtnnt condition. Vou know how
of gingerbread I There isn't n
kingdom who understands how to
least, to bike it to n turn, so that
too hard nor too soft, Imt just crisp
The condition Is, the princess must
to bake ningcrbrcad "
cliamdcrlain was terribly frightened
this, but lie managed to say that,
i snrt'jejj"; !ifcesaould be found.
f said llltf MMBJ "SUiiiiuse "!:
:hloficllicr." , " that afternoon,
til the i'T cinmiicriain, iiu
neiRMK'B sovereigns wlio
haves". princesses iu ijivi;
tliem J ,mt lml ""cc w""
Xittffil nnnilifll til t.lsrfli
ami i" "v"
ml f'TI'y nonc of l,,cm
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a.jiii i.-t-fim:;i"-l ,PUl -"
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falmoid cakes )ou ever
TV. r.. Znccsi "Won't that do?"
sawJid the first l'nc-J
..Id must b.iinRci ead, said the king.
wen tlie king asked
.tfnl cc, and said, angrily.
rjUrK fared t hen he asked the
(hiJlnccss. Ov.4" th "' an'1
"4 i ci f vein m no chance to ask
falrcM ay. '..( lle jiatl opcnc,i ,i,
iteil if he could play on the
'""articles, Cue communications,
corrcsiKjiidcnce bctw ccua, H'jgy..
knowledgcil that He
office. An attic
:lc-Sl that she v.as really sorry,
liR Wm v,cll cnouRh, but be
.armrr, Is worthy Wm
o marry any
The nppoinl' "
teacher of muf M- ... ... , , jltll,i.
i.--fl i.nvi.i.imewiWnB""" v"" .
,.,,1 r.f llic catrfee he
CJS ''.J .'Sowc are alwul as
...A ns i 'T7 ..
: were licfore."
. must have a queen,
i." liit titles. Iittln
' '--sa-. Bi.LVi.Srll",-,Ji!iii. ' ". . .. . :., il.-
' ' :
"Go, and ask her if she will be my wife.
When the lord chamberlain relumed, the
niiiiuiiii Tarii.ii.-:.""iwinr.i:.T- tr-..i-.i....ritwr in iicjuii
j I next day, hetold his majesty tint the princess
r. .. . ,. .,. ... t... ... ,. .. , , ,..
us, iiiuiu iij ifv: nan, ut Mic mm niteany
V. So llic eliamlierlain was sent to the second
princess, but he came back equally unsuccessful,
mr the king, her father, regretted to say that
(Ms daughter was dean.
S After this king pondered a good deal, but as
Teallywishcdloliavca queen, he commanded
'ie lord eliamlierlain to go to the third princess.
,j'ciluis she has chanced her mind," he
("lie third princess received the lord chamlicr
1 my graciously, antl rcmatked that she had
e decided never to marry a man who could
cd I''3)' "" ('" tromlxMic. Hut that was a
expjii,nia )outhful, idle dream, she sighed, a
c0" ,.o ncxer tle realized, anil as she liked
0A K kin in spite 6( this drawluck, why she
jjjj ffidld marry him.
JJ rhc lord chamberlain whipped jij his horses
U,J Svl tore down the road to the palace, where
1 He klnu, overjoyctl at the ciXH tidings, cni
.'inccvl his faithful tenant, and i:ac him as
liwatd all iorts of toy crosses ami stars tnwear
fl hishtrast, nnd alwut fifteen j-atds of liblions
' wind about his neck and shoulders.
,1 Tin L In. n nit rllliMUl lis'i.1 bt llfSlirdlv trvmittifiBk
llw n.n. i.i... ..vii ... . t -J-" "l,. ..
or a year that the king had quite lorgotten
dut the gingerbread ami the queen about the
trombone. Unhappily, one morning, flicking
gul out of IicsV with his left foot foictuost, and
thit day all things went wrong. So li hap-
I.ul llml tin. m.'ll title ltltttflil.1 fVtr tti.t f'lr.l
it.l,St, tM, tt.W WJI.'.. 'IIHIIH."! "" ...V ..,
V- '.. ... t .1 .tt.l
tintc,thouglt lliey couiii not nac tout tne reason
tit short, the king was cross, and the
n was snappish and insisted on having the
It is about time that you ceases! finding
fault wiiM-mylhlng," the queen satd at last,
witlL great scorn, shrugging her shoulders.
"Wkypou can't even play on the IromUine."
"ind you can't Ulglngcilircad," the king
let iitttl, 'quick as a flasJi.
1 i'nheli' tlme lhe 'luet:rt lliJ not know
wUtToiay, and so, without another word,
the) went to their separate rooms. The queen
IhicttjlieiSif on the sofa and wept bitteily.
"WhSrSMtftlc foiij )-ou arcl" slie obled.
' WhtiSTwaii ),our cummon sense? You
ruMixuVcjlKcn mote stupid If you had
tin i 1Jm&&j
A fcyhxking, he strosle up and down the
t im iubul5i? his hands. 'Il is fortunate that
my mrc'cari'l bake gingerbrwd." he thought,
K'- JMy, "foe if she could, what should I lue
an cicd when he aiJ that couldn't play
w the iroilunc?''
The Ofc he thought, the more cheerful he
i"-uuc)filic whisllci Aoiite lune, look til
M thttwTp6i-fC of hi wife over the mantel,
utf ll7liiWg "(A chl,,i '' bruslicd
axiy JeobwiA) thai a dangling over theitoe
iheqiwSi.i . ,. ,
"Hi vatijre he mt have been, jioor little
lie Uttuw) inlo b hfi coiikloi iato which
U tU r.0. a it being lh dy wheo
"'UlUlIiiiH WftNkg, C gH IBCtHMH-
Ixrlaln had forgotten to light llic cntiydainpt
though it was eight o'clock at night and pitch
dark. The king went groping forward, with
his hands stretched out for fear of falling, when
suddenly lie torched something very soft.
"Who is there ?" he demanded.
"It is I," said the queen.
"What are )ou in scrach of, my dear?"
"I want to leg your pardon I was ery
unkind," she sobbed,
"Pray don't, my love," the king said, In his
cry gentlest tone of voice. "It was my fault,
but all is forgotten. One thing, let me say,
however, my dear, there are two words which
must never lie uttered in our kingdom on pain
of death 'Iromdonc' and "
'" Jlngcrbrcad,"lhcfuccn added, laughing,
through she stealthily brushed away a tear.
And so the story ends. St. Nicholii.
Thr lllu llrtl,rrA Volnnhtl Tillr,
The boys were playing on the village green
on one bright summer afternoon after llieilay's
Icssorjs were out, when suddenly the loud
soicc of Tom ltullock, the bully of the school,
interrupted the Joyousncss which pervaded the
little party, and n cry of anguish broke from
poor little Sammy Shrimpkins. lie had been
struck by the elder and more powerful lad.
It was a currish act, for Sammy was but a
delicate youth of 15, while Tom was a big
lump of lxmc and muscle, and was 17 if a day,
though he was only in the third form.
Little Sammy tried hard not to cry) but the
blow had been heavily dealt, and the pain
forced the tears into his c)cs in spite of his
efforts to restrain them, and as he looked
upon Ms big assailant, anguish at his Incapa
city to retaliate quite o'crmastcrcd all thought of
bodily injury, and he burst into a fit of loud
"VouA..a,ward,"the little fellow said,
as well as his enow,, vo;cc pcnUtad.
"That'll do, or l')lfr-.iu some morel"
threatened the other. "" '
" Why don't j ou hit one your ownV,;l(,..i
cried Sammy. """i
" I'll hit jou again, if )0U don't shut up?'1
" Cowardly, cowardly custard I" screamed
Sammy, when Tom made another ruth at him,
and struck him until his cries resounded
throughout the field.
When Sammy got up again his spirit was
completely broken. "I'll go home and tell my
big brother," he sobbed.
"Go and tell )our brother," said Tom, "and
I'll serve him the same."
"I Ic'd fight jou with one hand behind his
back," retorted Sammy.
I'', "rurr. - t ilfli',VVii
Ilisby, John I'cavy, J. M. Arnold and ViI- or even walkini; away on hisaccBuntv J.sini l.j
fi... sr...ui- li..r,rih-l-nWtW?i.Wem!wltll''-'v-l7Xrn, Cross"" A
..... ""-".-fc-".-: - ,! .t ' conicniii"""j 1
, ,...1.. ..rlniitiei the oilier, as m-
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ami recK.s.j .--. ,,.,.,. ,,
, ,,,, faeeand red eye. u
,he Uf)(x, slreaminC from Ins ba
ran off in nuel of his champion.
ut rcu even"3!
nose, i-u - .,- - 1,t,.I.
t n.n.mn Khruiinkins, tut "b
UH "V"J .' t. f nlmut
reterreo 10, .. - .,,.. ,,.., f 1
1 . .. - in Msineuu vuuiii -
twenty who had a I-'' " "' '"
LZt, .onion, and whose thoughts were
four incipient lnirs that were beginning topeep
.1... .1 :.. ..f ltrs. tinner lilt.
aooe me -.... .--,, . ,.
had just relurncu nome .....
I"" '"" 'a-"c.mvVnshed into lbs: room.
" - - i - mnwasiHuiii"h
I tl tell ou lie said that you couidT
mosquiln," replied lire gentle, but somewhat
imentisc , Sammy.
" Can he fight?" queried Uenjantin, with the
indifferent air which he felt it proper to assume
in such a situation towardshis younger brother.
"He's the greatest coward in the wotld."
"Where is he?
" Out on the green."
" I will go and talk tohlin," said Ilenjamin,
with a calmness and deliberation which duly
impressed his auditor.
A few minutes later the Searcher for the
ideal woman w-as proceeding with easy but
resolute strides towards the scenr of the late
Apparently Sammy's wrongs wtrc quite for
gotten by this little crovsd of schoolfellows, for
their game had been resumed as if nsthing had
occniicd to mar its enjoyment, nnd the lads
were so engrossed in it that the npprtach of
the newcomers was lor some time unnciticcd,
Hut when the sictim nnd his champion were
caught sight of (such is the nature of liojs )
trwre seemed to lie a feeling of resentnnnt
against she intruder rather than of sympath,
for Sammy. That Tom llulfock was a bull)
the lads knew well, for they had each often
suffered from his ill'trcatmcnt j but still he
was the best fighter of the-schoul, and they
were proud of his powers, and felt in honor
liound to support him.
Ilenjamin, with his most majestic manner,
advanced towards Tom, and demanded,
" Why did )ou hit this little lad?"
Uccogniring that his reputation was at
slake, nnd resolved to die game at any rate,
Tom Ilullock replied, " llecause he didn't play
Tht big brother afterwards had a faint recol
lection ot liasing conccised the idea of Imslng
Tout's cars, and of HaMng attempted to put
his design into execution j but he noer exactly
knew how the thing happened. It was my
certain, however, that a. ery lutfjst sudden
ly landcsl on ltenjamin's insal organ, ami that
he was knocked down and jumped upon an
incrnlible inimU-r of times U-lure he fully re
al iseil the position of affairs.
Ilenjamin then returned home, folhwcd at
a rc.iectlul distance by Sammy,
When the big brother had brushed and.
washed the dirt from his clothes and hands,
and had carefully jutched up his wounds with
sticking plaster, he went out to look for the
young person to whom he attributed his woes,
and n enjoin silence respecting the failure of
his attempt to figure as a firat-class hero. And
he came upon Sammy just as that ungrateful
)outu; rascal, for whom he had so freely bled
and suffered to deeply, was telling to a de
lighted audience of his sisters and two young
lady friends how "Tommy did knock spots
off of poor old Ucnl"
AnJ when the narration was interrupted by
his brother' poaranc, apprehensive that
his story had been overheard, and that his
iiersonal comfort might be In danger, Ihe in
grate sought refuge behind the ladies, and ts
cUbuesl i," Vou hit me, and I'll ttll Tout Bul
lock I" 71 Maul AuUmHm. '
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ART AND HOLIDAY GOODS
Ever hrought Intothitcountt).
AMonr. Tint mcturrs mav an sV' ,
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The Popular Paintings of FlowVs and Fruit, by Mrs. GUIen. ' . ,
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... w ., A,,a Portr,ltl Fru" "! Landscapes, by Profe'so?Str"one.
' All oflheabose are lul.Jecli of this country.
Flowers and Fruit In Water Color, and Colored Lithograph., StudU. of Madame Voug.
aij to Ijc ihe finest ever nuje.
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20,000 feet or MonldlnB forFramesi
Card, Cabinet, and lloudoir FRAMES,
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"lAI'ANESF. TEA.SETS, MUUSTAUCH
WORK llASKETSand IIASKirr
Glove and Handkerchief BOXES, "
Jewel cases, Oil Case.
Bracket, in all siic. and st) Ic.
Hm)uet and Cigar Tables,
The very latest Style, of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARNS CARDS.
All klnd.of New To.
AND URASS INSTRUMENTS, -
The very U String., for all String Instrument..
, PARLOR SETS,
W. 'wilt be pleased lo(hav .very body call and
article. lisHirsioraiVeiuirly"ivwr to IhU euontr)r.'' y
IT IS NO TKOUULE
aW ORDERS from the OTHER
and Cornice., including. very .tl new .nd old.
Velvet, Native Carved 'ool, Elwny, etc.
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many stv Ie., etc.
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fo'r the little oncfc
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or , CM aiks,
JapuutM Wall paper anJ Fan., Screens, etc.
et.niin. our gjli,-s art are coulid.nl llul many
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TO SHOW GOODS.
ISLANDS iU havt out cartful aluniL4
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Q W. MAOFARLANE & CO,
HASH ON VI
NEW. YEAR PRESENTS.
FANCY GOODS of Every Dtvilkm SUITAIII.E
A Choice Assortment of Mnjollcn
Ousteceived by Ihe Hell Rock,)
Presents for Ladles
Presents for Gentlemen.
PRESENTS FOR EVERYIIODY
can lie. obtained from
W. MACt'AltLASi: Jt CO.
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HOIsUSTER sk OOh
Nuuauu street, and corner of Fort and Mtrchan street.
uir assEivsu i
"Martlia Davis,"" MallsgaU," uvd ..peeled
" Mariposa' and other vessel. ,
Hots. Shoe, and Nail.,
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricating Oil. of all kinds,
Cut Nails, all sires,
Clinch Nails, all sijes.
Cotton Wast In bales,
Cheap Klin Clock.,
" Brown Soap, in case.,
Wit. Hanging lask.lt for F.rnl, sVc,
Lane's IlanUllon Hoe.,
Inch Gooseneck Socket Does,
Ic. Cream Frserers,
Lawn Mowers, best kind,
Caw's Genuine Auvoeleag Denims,
Case's Coiuoa Anosktag Mariners Suips,
HesiJss a thoBsanJ article. In lU Hardware lio always
Soon ..petted, not by lb "Soirtan" a aM com
, pUt. suortaMBt tsf
JfasH'. Mftt Jletrj mmd Jtrtmkm.
Wkh .sua HanJWs, Hsvaas. aril Potass.
AU iMsa UI U JoukI lU tunaw UU slow tT
U. K. b. MJU. s'ON. LUilul.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO
OFFER FOR SALE,
Prom Ihe cargo., of live Mallsgale and other
vessels, Ihe follow lna:
Dry Goods and Clothing
Pont, of the latest sl)l-., fast eoleirsj
llhio Denim., Ilrnwn Linen Drills,
sv Idle Crovibm Sheeting,
Horr.-vck'. lmjllrtln, Watr..f reeds,
lo.el. and Toweling, Glws I owcls.
Table Cloths, Table Napkins,
Puro Linen. Shiswla, Drew Ooods!
Grenadines, While and Colored Silk.,
Colored Satins, Grass Oirfhs,
Artilicial Mower. nnd Fenlhcr.,
Cotton llaridkfrthters. s.,11, lr.n.IL.I.tr.
Tal .Ie Coyer., woolen: Col.nrsl Salteens aitcl Crapes
1 nrw II....ba ...! Ill ............ , JJ
,1, 'i . iiiiiennu stray rivniieis,
Sielorla liwns, llnioks' Spool Cotton,
lllue and t hile Check Llslados,
FANCY DRESS OOOD81 Kl
1 aney rialtls, Regslta Shirts, Wool Shiiti,
While and (ijloretl Cotton Shirt.,
r ancv Srjirft IMni Un.r.i
Jim". While ami llniwnColton Half Hose,
Ladies I low, Men's Reads-made Clothing,
Mens Pols. '
Udies Hat. (while, black nml f.ney .Iraw).
India RiihUr Coats, Ca and Ugglngs,
line and Gray Horse lllanket..
Woolen Illankers, all she., culors nnd weight,)
I rlrrl Vnrprft, t'lrrf UnUn,
Yrlrrl anil Trirr( It nor 31 ill:
isiVie'J...".0"'""" of OENILEMEN'S
"iMMuaiu ; also, Saddle. Tor Hon 11
and a few ' 7
tlOCKKY SAllltl.KHi I
HRIDLES, Snddle Cloth, and Chaniol-
Ccml Bu. 86x37. I
RIcss Bu(ra nnd Twine.
Filter Press IVigs jhjS, somelhinz new amll
demand' a few only remaining. Tliese lugs nl
tutu uuu.iress, anuareol llic light sire anJ
aulrmiltril Corriltwlril H,mflu (S
in b, 1, 8 and 9 Icet lengilts.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASlI
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5, 6and 7 InlH
tialtaniretl Iron Hucket., all .'.;
i.jitanuru wash II 1. ins,
(tJianljed Garden Hursts ting and NelllngJ
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leaUtlles, ical Jafan (Hacking.
ravltiy lMch'H ttmliUtnfeti
...... i,-Lawn Seal, and Cluii
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
Fern Haskel. elr.
PORTLAND CE.MKNT KIKE 1IUICKS,
Yellow Ockrss, "'
l.lrrrfmil lull rinrl (. Muff, Klur; I'alntm
nml llullrtl oil, H'orrcafrr .Viimm
English, American and Hawaiian
Tliree, five and .even yard. long.
TOl'SAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty lest, site. ',, Hi 1'. and 'i.
l'OWELL DUKFKVN STEAM COAL,'
ENGLISH LEATHER IIELTING, from "Holt,1
18 feel length.l 16 antl it Vi wr yard.
Fish Wales, Holt, ami Nuts.
KallroaU 2pUes 10 malcn.
On Hlx-ttortm Vittrrr l'rfatM .Kffln
AUo, One Thrrth-Uor'' I'otrrr Y tl
xxir TIIF.O. H. DAVIES CO.
MK. J. W, VARNDLEV
Will give Instruction. U' a limiicd number of pupils
In Vlolus-PUyut anst
Ths CuW.atUs. U Ik Voice,
Coaimuiilrsilons rtsiloi ih. abov. awr U W.at
Mr. U t- Willuus.' lism ami furaiiur. five, Tri
Uvoaa No. 6f Mr. T. 0. ThriHa'i Ihom, Telssvlsow.
NoTjsv; and at lU Ke.4J.uca U Mr. Varsvaky, -(o
on swT mini,
U d at altr.sn.l as alwM..
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