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HoiUI main l irA fait tirrt.
Sntititia and Advertiser will pleas .l.lrn,
TIIOS, (V THRUM, Piihllshrr ami I'rnptletnr,
All mtlr for Mi" Salnnley I'imi ihonM h
a.Urr.ir.l In Ihr, " SATURDAY ITIIIHS
Notice at any ve-nl (litliil Irnnsplrln an,
the ntlirr Islands will U ! Ihnli lnllj (trleil
for fiuldlf Allnfl CntiMpmi.lrnls r if.riiMI'd In
Append Ihr-lr line- name tn oil fnmmnnlfAtlons,
nnl (nr pulilrralliM, nefMsatlly, Itnl l a gilAianr-l
that h wttlrrls Afllnrtln na,l Mill.
.JANUARY ti, .
Il. I)f, flyi! will mnAtiH ilw iiday
afttiMVfMi Sffrtrcfn It V. M. C. A.
Aft mt w. n rwrlnrrr still h ml
mnii.! in CmmrtrrM Miwvl until imt imki.
11i Unt Mm nf $j.nr.) Imi I ami mliwittml
t.xsnnl Mill fMihrr iHsprnvvrVR K"iitnakiitill
s.iiik thiw buroltM Chines my ! cv
ji.trd hM liy tftlifl lie ZawlairiliA nr Ihr
Urv. H. . I'.uUft linptlreil twenty. eight
. hildrm UM Atrndar mninlnj; In the Kawnt
Hev Dr. Jiilm O. MMns, one of Hi Artie
I irie of the Amfiieaii lln.iiil of l-'mrtgtt
Mission, died Urcvmhei Sili,
Tlir lhtllrlln of till Wrdnmrilay had nil in
(jemmis cnmiminrcntlAn on the wlnagc cimtrn
vrrsy, rniltlcsl I'lctto, Change.
Tlir new lull of Harmony l-ndgr, I. O.
O. I., Itn 1 occsiplis.1 liy ilie (!. A. U
l sides, the lodge mentioned last week,
Mr. John (illlllsnd, who hid been a jury
man llircc teims In '.Si ami Ihtee In '8j, wa
fstutcd fmni service during the present lain.
The llaivatlin Humane Society "ill meet
nut Monday night M V. M. C. A. Halt. Il
It In lie hoped llieic will lie a full attendance.
All Ung, a Chlnrv, shot himself In llie
ibigh on Chaplain street last .MoinKiy, Hi
intention vv-a mici.lc, Ami lie arcoitiiihcit liU
Mr. Haweliimn, t J. Wlllhnu' Ralleiy, on
I ml Street, lt.it nlmul eoniplctril a l.irc ilc
tureof I'rlncew KcV.in like ulilcli ulllbeon
The Alett liwt fifteen men wtiilc litre. She
returned to I lie nimilli of tlie li.iilmr l.il Sun
ilay - after lieinj; slKcnl over nielli and re
covereil tit of lliei!etrtcr.
A fairly good sldeutitk lia liecn I mill along
tlie niakal ide of Merchant street, niaVIni; llie
government Imildln); more pleaiantly acce
ihle liy eJntriant In mudily weather,
Mr. Cli.utc Wairen Stoddard writes from
the llohemian Club, San TranciVo, lliat he It
at well at .1 man can lie who was "welt toM
up" all the way over on the Maligna ' l.itt
voyage. He will rclurn in about a month,
Ia Monday night the following officer
weic installed to preside oier Harmony
I.1ge, N11. 3, I. O, O. 1". : U C. Ablet,
noble grand; 0. W. Ilioiwi, vice grand; J.
15. Witenian, iecrelary ; M. I). .MonsarrAIt,
In the Anglican Church Chronicle for
January it continued the inixtit.int topic, Hat
I'lirittianity Anything to do with Popular
AinuenicnU? There it also an entertaining
editorial on Sunday Observance. The church
intelligence it full and ol interest to church
The king and a few others new the gucls
of Wnianae plantation latt Saturday. .The
band went aUo. Tlie lioat In which the lioys
were to Ixunt the Waimanalo on their return
uptet alongside the wharf, Fortunately no
live were lotl, though, unfortunately, some of
llie instruments were.
Mr. A. M. Itradley, for many months in
charge of ihe California Furniture Manufac
turing Company's establishment on Queen
street now sold out left on the Klsinorc latt
Thursday, accompanied by Mrs. llradtcy.
Iteforc locating anyubcre, Mr. llradley will
isit his family home, Cape Codd, Massachu
setts. The Friend for January contains a long and
interesting letter from Mr. K. W. Damon. It
jives an interesting rcpuit of the Honolulu
S-iilot's Home Society calling attention to
the tmblic duly of keeping up the Sailor's
Heading Hoom. The Jubilee Sermon preached
on the 2nd of-last month is given .it a supple
ment. Thrre came near being a serious accident to
Mr. Hackfcld and a friend last Sunday at llie
WaiktM bridge, which they were crossing in a
cariuge. Their horse took fright and lucked
against the railing, smashing a hind wheel.
Th g-iiilcmcn fortunately ocajieil from the
carnage and Ihe horse was caught before irre
parable injury liad been done to the carriage.
At Km ma Square, this afternoon, the band
will play at half-past four. Following is the
Oictiurc- Tti YcoriU., , .Kiuntinl
Ctaitti! SU -SoAcb Mclodivs..
Wjtltf S(suiivh .......
Ctimu- WayiJmlgincnT. . ..
. . ..AtLcriuan
The land will give on Monday eve the usu.il
concert lutwmna Suaie.
Mi. Clarence Macfarlane was nutrieil on
J)ecemler 30th to Miss Lillian Lcshrr of San
Francisco. The marriage was informed in
the Church of the Advent, San Francisco, by
Her. J. V. Githens, rector of the paiish.
Miss illanche Cornwall and Mosii. W. C.
sfiw in svnd Samuel l'arkrr Were present. Mr.
(i. V. Macf'.iUnc reached the cily some hours
1 00 late,
I'lincess Kckaulikr, Uoteriii'st of Hawaii
aud sister of Queen Kapiolani, diol last Tues
Ujy at her residence on llerctania street, of
lirait disease. Hcritlncxhad been long and
(uinful. Sl.c was said to be desceiuletl from
the old-time kings of Kauai. Tluce sons sur
vive her. Thccouit waiordcied logo into
full mourning for four weeks fiom the o.ih in
stant, And to wear lutf mourning for two
llie following officers of Mystic l.odge, No,
1 h Knights of I') thin, werr installed at
llaiinoiiy Hall last Thursday night j J. J.
Willuius, 1'. C,t J. A. Hastinger, C. C.j SV.
I H. Ashley, V. t ha B. Jtergelt, 1'.; J. K
1 Wiseman, K. of It. aud S.) 11, F. Hcblunl,
M. of lit H. Daii. M. of F.; Dr. M. Uross-
111111, M. at A. William Itrash and U. M.
Fuller, guanU. The new lodge will meet
Thursday nlglils in llaimouy (lall.
Tlie Honolulu Ubrary Association have re
s "tleil UtMU Kcv, 15. Uond, Kohala, a ruin
. , i4flc set of the Uclccttc Magazine, the New
Kiu;ladcr, and .Hciibnci's Monthly now the
Cilury, 1'sstple on Ihe other Lslaiult do not
v nru yet to have learned that for ihe fee of
smsc dollar and fifty cents per ijuailcr Ihey can
luve books sent to thcin regularly by parcel
fut'. Tlie association voted at its last inert
1 to allow pupils In Ihe public schools the
S fff use of (he leading room if hc iwclieis
.1 wis! fuinUh Ihiiu cards ic.aesliii the piivi
tin llrtiHui nl Hiial,' Hull.
M.1.1, tl ,ill was n. II lillr-l III Suhii.lay
nighl by an nmllim e ns-ml.r. In trr llnn.l 1
liiannlnihf 'i .ir-l.iin llmilters a play in-lias
mm simims in whi-rnrr he hot pkiyisl H.
I'hiir It A 'lasli of the alisiu.l in iIk- suiei
rMinrnl ilram. Whrn ihr wnrdt "psym
lojrlra'l " and "inetaphysleiil " re illwl in
" laiti," one who lntt rmd llie play awn In
iranalsifont, like Tuvlm or ltrss' ifnK
lines III apprmsr1tfMs)s of ih tunw l a
gUnrr. As applM to lh slay of tit "t'of
kn Ittmheis," lly aie itnsjHUily lnnnn
pilmli, for llwrt H imtlrtnts In) I anmc lattly
lml ilUloftiie ami nn lntiell lkitf-rnii nf
emrieily In lift tlw ply fmni lll fill nf mli.
dmni.i. IVIilit's splendid n,iRnnltin gave
tl py In grfalMt nx- It l im snall
hhIm lo say lliat Itamlniann Imu many of llw
rjwillllen whfth mode 1 1 fflrmU of DkkentM
nearly Inimitable. Tttetc v a subtle sug
(nMlmwM alirmt Feebler which llandiiiaim
Nieka. On llw ollir hand, there is a tnlnm
ma(illiia almtil llamtimnii wlileh Ferhter -with
all his physkptf I d not. There Is,
iwllwpa, Ion miwli blnsicl, Ino inueli 11lte
almil lUndrmnii's Fabian In the first act.
lint It tlm beynml I'ethler's In Ihe thiol cl
tcine It more lrlle, iiHire rmliiral nnd
imitr Inlensc. The tmtiioit lo llaiKlmanti's
I'aMnn lm Is, of nmise, Ikt rlinraetei of lire
play una, iinalrr Ihe eirciiinttaiieea, very
eiftlitahle. I'imi aenllriii.111 amatruit iil.iyed
Ihe veniUlla rene In n manner pinvoenliie of
much inflilmfnl Ihe audience laughing ullh
ihem them nnd nnl nl Ihem. Mist lleaiidet
made n Irandsnine, n dlgnlfieil nnd (for her
tncliMOa tlately M.id.imede rrsuchisri nnd n
hnnilsouie, lolllckiug, ndnilrnhly happy-go-
lucky William. Mr. l-ol.ltt iintncolorleM
nnd as nonily nt HMtihlen spiiltlews lie May-
nard lull wat n very slicing Chateau Ktn.iu.l
and deteiieil a share of the uieiileil applause
al the end of the duel scene. The mechanical
effcrts of Ihe play weic well managed and Ihe
cenet well srl. The lirsl net hat scveial
unnecessnry nlituiililies, howeven Ihe guest of
Ihe ncx-asion silling down lo supjier in hit
oserco.ll, for instance. Hut the H.'ifnrm.tucc
wot n tuipristngly creililable one when we
consi.lir Ihal most of Ihe cast were amnions.
Only the first and third acls of the "C0r.sic.1n
Hiolheit" were given, the second, foitunatcly,
Ivelng iiiilc'unncccsvny lo the development ol
the plot, or lo Ihe interrtl. Mist lleamtc'
then sang- for the drett circle and orchestra
seals Ine is a I'l.iinlive Song, fiom
"Patience"; nnd for Ihe gallery tang
Pretty at a Picture. "A Uadlcal Cure" a
f.ucc adapted from n favorite Cerman come-delta--displayeil
llandm.inn, libliell, Miss
llc.iu.lct and a talented male amateur in
comedy. ll.iii.lin.inn wat sidc-splilting at
Squire Absolute; linblictt, nilistlcnlly cslr.wn
gant nt Doctor I5asy; Miss llc.1u.lct delightful
as the doctor's wife: and Ihe nnuleur's nig
and tjtit tmrmlle looking for nil the world at
if the "ensemble" had Iwen on the "loot." It
will be unfortunate if the wings of lh.il bud
ding Thespian are not nllowed to sprout.
The Woman of the People was placed upon
the stage on Thursday evening, nnd nt a
decided success being received by n nearly
full house. - It it impossible here to denl criti
cally with the individual acting, though ex
ception might he made in the case nf Miss
lleaudct whose impersonation nf the much
tried Marie was artistic and nt the same lime
most realistic therefore a most creditable
performance. The little lady's skill and power
appeared lo fully realie all exceptions. I err
liandniann had very little scope for display of
his histrionic ability nnd therefore it is scarcely
necessary to refer lo his clever Kemy, The
gentlemen and ladies of the amateur supjiort
happily, were resjionsible for very few hilchcs.
The rapturous applause which gt tiled on each
appeaiancc the much-calvcd William of the
hirsute appendage wat a feature of the play.
The most successful scenes were the lirsl, laid
in the countess's home; and that in the lunatic
asvlum ; though the snow-storm business was
worked with giuid effect. The plot of the
peice is simple, but is worked out in a most
sensational manner. A young Parisian wife is
forced by the cruel neglect of her much
tempted although quite at weak-minded hus
band, Ilertrand, lo place her child in a found
ling home. The villian of the story slyly
possesses himself of evidences of the identity
of the child ; and claims it, in order that he
hiay with it deceive the motherly heart of the
widowed Countess de llussiers into the belief
that he has saved Ihe life of her infant son and
may thus help himself into her affections suffici
ently to place ivilhin his reach her hand and her
fortune. Marie (Ihe unfortunate wife) turns up
at an unexpected moment in the Countess's
liouse ; and her demeanor, after having had
but ont peep at the grand lady's, sleeping balie
is such at to warrant, in his opinion, Appi
am's (the sillian) putting her out of the way.
He endeavors to 1I0 so to put her in a mad
house. His nicely-laid plant, however, "gang
astray " localise of the Interference of a 1111111
lier of 'secondary characters a reformed hus
band, an honorable doctor, n double-dyed
scamp, and an old-time and full woithy suitor
of Ihe Countess's. Of course everything after
wards winds up beautifully. The teaching of
the play as is claimed for il is in Ihe di
rection nf cuiK'rancc, love, and duly 1 and
there appears to be nothing hi it thjt can ios
There will lw three acts of Ihe Merchant of
Venice given this evening at Musical Hall.
Miss lleaudct will sing and there will be a
Nest Tuesday evening Handmann-llcaudet
Company will play " Narcisse " for the Uncfit
of the library fund, Ilwasin "Narcixc"
rsecially airaugetl for him by Tom Tay lor
that Hcrr llaudmann scored his greatest Lon
The Mariicua brought the following prom
inent San Franciscans ; F. V. I.ow, presi
dent of ihe Anglo-Califoinian Hank ami an ex
governor of California; Mrs. Adam Grant,
wife of jlic managing uilnir of the importing
film of Muiphy, Grant it Co.; GustavcTou
chard, president of the Union Insurance Com
pany; Kcv. Father Hurchard, Col. Harry
Norton, a prominent club man; O. 15. Illckoi,
the noted trotting jockey, and joint owner
with It. F. Morrow of the celebrated St,
Jullcii; among the dcuii-temi Hawaiian-San
Franciscans, Sir Ctaus and Mrs. Sprcckets
and 15. C. MacfatUne. Among (ho islanders
returned are Mcsvis. G, W. .Maclailane, V
G, lrin, Samuel Parkei, 15. W, Tucker and
P. Opfergell ; Mrs. F. P. Hastings, Mrs
ohn Shaw nnd Miss Hose McKee.
Mr. Joseph Grismcr and his wife known 011
Ihe stage as Miss Phoebe Davis will pro
bably arrive in Honolulu by h nest Mari
posa, about Fsbruary S1I1, They will bring a
caicfully trained comedy company sufficient lo
fill all the Important pails of any play, Mr.
(irlsmcr has been a, favorite in San Francisco
since hit first appearance there .some live years
ago. Miss Davis has ihcicputalimi of being a
delightful soubrettc, with capabilities for
higher art-! better woik- In litis lespcstrrssm.
bllng Miss lleaudct. The season will be
necessarily brief, but 11 Is to be howd il will
also tie brilliant,
last Monday Judge McCully dismlsaed the
writ of Injunction against tlie minister of
finance. Tlie decision in substance held llut
there was no apparent iiAcnllori um the pan
of (be miai'ler of finance to violate, the law.
rut ir ir 111. iiv iirrnsu.
It I, .It lr.lt Ihilli till I S.I .11 fMil.'I'if Uh'll
I'lifrr i' 1111I1111B iiioi-' inir 111 ill Ihe 'piot.i.
ilon monjier's r.ijs lik ihtn ihosr v. nnaMr
ss : "Train up a rhIM In ihe way li should
tf and vshen he It old he lll mn depart from
It, ' nnd "The Imy It father In the man." Ami
there r none mm- irne. We all kimw till
wry well, anil, In llwiiy, aeknnlajt; lis
I null I lifll, In ifelk, inml paiMila make
family iltarlplimi ipilie as dead a ltli n any
of llie urtny rtMlsisjnt law, mi mir Mamtr
Iwmk. We leave ion nmch for (earlier in
eoflinM, with lim Ihlto iIbimrIiI of lite arlnal
ennilllltma f the Imnisiuie mlnl we ftilnral
in ihelr f.ivhlnnlng, We send our chllilrrii In
school, and look in im lhm "onee In a while"
genrrnlly wlirii there Ar "ethlblllmt esrr
elses;" ami tlial Is usually Ihe tint nf II. Whtia
liter h a pirmt who vsys any inlflllfenl
allrnlhm tn the piogirts of a rhlkl, there are
many who pay no attenllnn, t hratlonal ly
parents make A great flourish by requiring In
know the standing nf pnplU in classes, nml In
ileni.tiiillntf a high stAlNktil of scIi.miI ileitt
uienl. Hut in niosl enmniunltle there aie
eimiparatlrely faw aitmng (he ieni nfsclio.il
clillilrm vslm hart well gioumlesl knovvlmlge
of tlie value of Ihe pioficl'licy Attained by
Ihelr children. And (Mtenls, thrmtelvet well
t-sliiciitesl, "lake things for grnnled In Irganl
to the iMchcrs nnd the course or study which
nie In help sh.iie, nr goml or ill, the clirsr
Aders and Inlillrcls of their rlill.lien,
Many pijenlsof Ilonolnlu would have fouud
il ptoliiahle to spend .1 jwirliuii of last Mnnd.ly
.indTuefsliy In allrmlAiice up.in the nnmi.il
Imchiit' imwling, held llils year in V. M. (.',
A. Hall. It is likely that many mltlnkenly
believed Ihe meeting was "for teachers only."
Il Is lo lie hoped nest year the teachers will
publish a general invitation lo parent nnd
Ihose Interested in education. Much was said
on IhiiIi daya that parents ought In liniq mid
which no rcpoit, honevci full, could fairly
present for much that wnt said, in Itself In
consequent, inosl nptly Illustrated some Irnln
oftlioughl cvokrsl hycarcless remark or chance
The annual reunion of n mijoriiy of Unite
interested in Ihe cihtcalion of the youth of
these islands it n gain lo Ihe teacher 1 col
lectively nnd, consequently, lo lluw-.iliin
education. There ought 10 he close sympathy
between the public an. I the inivnle educators
of Ihe kingdom. Much of the success nf any
teacher other than one in Ihe Initial piimary
grade be it kindergarten or nnyother "begin
Ing" grnde deKiids a great dill upon the
degree of thoroughlicss of the work that hat
been ilono before- ns it most clearly shown in
Mis. (ieoigc Wallace's brief essay, printed In
llie Iwdy of this report. And ns pupils fre
quently change from the private to the govern
ment schools, nnd vice wra, Ihe necessity of a
good understanding between teachers; nnd, if
iossiblc, of a common course of study for
equal grades; or, at least, uniformity in lest
liooks, is of the highest importance a fact
which Icacltcr already undcrslnnd ami which
parents and Ihe public generally ouglil nlso In
The teachers' association of I he Hawaiian
Islands is composed nt present of thomllimiug
MfcMIIF.KS OK TIIF. I.NSriTtnfi.
Messrs. A. T. Atkinson, 1). I). Rildwin, J.
A. Cone, A. Clark, S. C. Damon, II. W.
Dow, 15. N. Dyer, Henry Dickenson, A. O.
Forties, C. 15. (iroser, Waller Hill, C. M.
Hyde, 15. Huic, O. U. Hitchcock, G. C.
Ktnyon, W, A. Kiha, ilenjaniin Kahoojiai,
W. I,, ones, W. C. Mdritt, 15. Murphy,
John A. Moore, Alexander Mackintosh, J.
Naklla, J. Nurritl, W. 1!. Oleson, Amasa
Trail, Paul Uichler. I'. Ithoiles, W. A. Swan,
15. C. Sanfonl, T. 15. Sweeney, Armstrong
Smith, M. M. Scott, 15. Townsend, 15. II. C,
Wallace, and Charles Wllcoji ; Mcvlames
Coleman, Dudoit, Hebbard, llanford, Mrrritt,
Necdham, Soringlour and Wallace ; .Misses
Nellie Andrews, Urickwood, Iturbank, Minnie
Ilrown, Uerry, Itifhop, Mary D. Cmik, Char
lotte A. Carter, Coney, Helen Chamberlain,
Dickinson, Fornander, Flopman, Mary 15.
Green, Minnie Kinney, Luce, Florence Luce,
Lewis, Kale Lewis, Kate Mossman, Moore,
Alice Moore, Necdham, Helen Norton,
Fannie E. Olio, Papon, Robertson, A. Koycc,
Alice M. Smithies, M. Shccley, Liuie M.
Simpson, A. M. Taner, Julia Taner.
N The list aluivc given has been kindly fur
nished by the secretary elect, who has not yet
had time lo revise the list. Messrs. Cone and
Pratt, at leat, are no longer residents of the
islands, and Misses Robertson-ami Smithies
that were are now, respectively, Mevlamcs
Ashford and Palmer. There a:e, probably
other corrections which the secretary will un
doubtedly make. Il will be advantageous to
prepare nest year's list with initials in each
case and give school and district of each
The association met at 10 A.M. last. Mon
day In V. M. C. A. Hall, Uev. Alexander
Mackintosh, the retiring president of the
association, occupying (he chair.
Briefly addiesslng the meeting, Mr. Mack
intosh made the sensible suggestions that a
lady vice-president lie chosen nnd that the
secretary be paid a small salary, the speaker
veiy properly maintaining lliat the teacher
who docs not earn his or her salary he world
over it the exception; and that extra wink
ought to receive remuneration. The speaker
cuiphasited the necessity of having vacancies
filled liy trained teachers,
The officers for the current year were ihen
elected, as follows i Mr. M. M. Scott, prcsb
dent; Miss l.ouisa lliickwood, vice-president;
Miss Helen Moore, secretary ; Mist Kate,
Mossman, Miss Jane Sanfonl and Mist Carriu
Caitcr, the executive committee,
Mr. John A. Moore, recently of Kauai, read
a paper on Text Hooks.
Mr, W. II. Otevm, or Ililo, explained the
feature! of a spelling book compiled by hhn
and designed to teach English In Hawaiian
Mrs. George Wallace ihen read a brief
essay, entitled 1 Remarks ou the l-ick of
Thoroughness in Primary Teaching. This
will be printed nest week,
MOMMY ArrKKIsonN KRMIOs.'.
After the leading of Mr.. Wallace's paper
Ihe convention adjourned until s I'.sl.
On the reassembling of the convention, Mr.
Scoll gave a lucid, luminous and conipichcn
sive talk on Ihe "Quincy mclhod," mentioned
tn Mrs. Wallace's p4K-r,
A letter from an ahtcnt teacher ou The
Want of 15ilucational Facilities for the Child
ren ot Portuguese, was ihen read. It i to lie
hiisil the Ikui.I of educaltort will consider
lids important topic.
The ptesldenl ol ihe board of cslucatlou was
then introduced to the convention. The fol
lowing condonation of his rcuuikx it Imrrnwcd
from the columns of a contemporary, the
sjvlling of a few wonLs being changed so t
more faithfully lo reproduce the- peculiar pro
nunciation of the distinguished caker t
He (ook great pleasure in meeting 1I1U hon
orable conusant' of teachers. They were the
guides up the lull of science, Ihe leaden along
tne luiliway 01 knowiciige
and, he would en
quire wlul was hit position In iclallon lo
them? He thought he might tie regaided in
some sense as a road maker, for those leading
Ihe way along the highway of knowledge, 10
smooth the way, filing up the ruts, removing
obstructions. In reference o (he edjicaihun
of the Poitugucse childicu, which luv becu
spoken of, he said, what are termed free or
piil.tn ,h.iU In t . an ni nan" ' 11"
ihHimii b 1 - ihal ,in- .I. . no -I Liu .1 lie.! 1 quota
inwar-li thr eaK-ntr of iiiiil-in in "ur gt.irrn
menl t bonis yrl far rscrr.1 li full mat of
iiililtm In gnvrnmenl 'hitils in olhrr (Mils
nl ihe world. A loiinmm s.litni nhlieashun
must lie made tnorr ae rssihle for I'ofitujnrse
ami n!h,er rhildrm, now Lnitilng into, and
growing up In thl omiilry. A In what would
lie ilrtlrahle tn do ihere Is no qiirslhin 1 what
ean lie done It another iiuesilon. Of course
In ihe imaHlon Ire held lie Md not venluif
Mmn imtiilve ttnlfinenl a 10 what sh'Mild be
done, He might not Iiav imitli opioilunily
of glliij elTeei lo lint vfew thai might be
ine.l In retnet-l In a Iree r and mote gene ll
nfdlflHliiin, Imi he would Atsuie llinn thai he
would give Ihr siihjert a very tsinlett con
Idernlhm, and he would anxiously iwnll Ihe
result nf Ihrlr ulee lint's, lie had lutclldnl In
call reffnlly a iin-rilili; of Ihr lamrd of eddlca-.
shun, bill hail ilclaycsl doing so till he Irnmnl
the It-suit nf Ihelr delllieralloin. He would
like .In lnvr Ihelr nplnliHit on Ihe uiilf'irinily
of le luniks. Ileimuiny, nf coursr, In the
mlminlalr.il Ion of pnhlle alfulr was an rssenlial
of ginal government yet liedhl not irnetid In
apply eronnmy In lite emits nf rsldh-asll.iii
merely tn save innnty, He would pml a
imllelmisly as .mlllt snrety dollar auth'iilnl
tor eddlcashtliiil HUKn. He would not
eare (o IhmsI ol what had been anveil, bill of
what had been qxnl In such A cause.
After which grnlullniit l.tigeaa of judicious
t.ilTy, llieex-Mnrmon fiduciary uilvanee ngenl,
graeefully " tloia ml hr jaw "as the naiillcal
reniiler hitli il,
The following I .idiot and gentlemen were
nppoiTiled a rommllleo tn consider Ihe subject
of lest book and draw up a leport In be sub
mllleil on the following dayi Mlste lliick
wotsl, l.'orney and Lcivls; and Mittrs. Macklu
KhIi, Oleson nnd Mooie.
A rnttbilloii was Ihen unanimoiiily carried
llral " It itlhe seme of thl meeting thai nil
government schools should be free to nil
scholar ' " " pupil " lielng prolnbly meaiil.
The president and tecietnry were reipiesled In
niinniuiiicale the retolulinii to Ihe board.
TUMIlAV VIOKNINO 5KKVICK.
The convenlinii rc-atscmblcil at ) A.M.
Mrs, C K. Hendry ripened Ihe exercises
with a short oral ctsay on Teaching Penman
shipIllustrating by the blackboard. Mrs.
Hendry's system require pupils lo sit creel
directly in front of the desk or tabic, nnd plate
both forearm on lire tabic. The practice of
placing either cIIkjiv on the table and writing
either outside or inside the right angle formed
by the left aim In certain bad ioslilon of
writers, wat vigorously condemned; the
speaker rightly insisting that her system, If
generally prevailing, would prevent the dis
figurement of unequally high shoulders. The
system require Ihe wrist to be raised slightly
from the Inblc nnd both finger nnd forearm
movement it insisted on ami practiced before
the formation of letters was begun.
Mr. Scott said that he believed In written
exercises lo the exclusion of a Rreat many of
the oral exercises now employed.
Mr. Kenyon (bought oral services ought not
to lie ignored. He quoted Ilacon's apothegm!
" Rending makes a full man, writing a correct
man, tpeaking a ready man." Mr. Kcnyon's
edition of Hacon (litters from those in general
me which read "exact" lor "correct." in llie
Kcv. C. M. Hyde then read a full and
meaty essay on Industrial Education, which
will be primed in these columns soon.
Inspector-General Baldwin spoke of the In
dustrial experiments at the Reformatory
School and al Lahalnaluna.
lie said that a carpenter shop wat cslab.
lished nl the latter school about th: middle of
last September and that the pupils were al
ready turning out very satisfactory work.
They had made some excellent blackboards
'at good as are commonly made in Honolulu
some of which are now in use in oilier
Maui schoolrooms. He said further that it
lvas-iiuc the picsent presfdeil? oflhe board of
education to say that that gentleman origin,
aled the idea so far as Lahainaluna was con
cerned. Mr. Oleson said that the lioys of his Jlilo
school built fences, stone walls, did cement
work, made roads, painted all the school
building, and lacked only a more adequate
supply of tools and a little ready money 10 ier
first class work on quite a large scale.
Hawaiian lioys were meant by 1ioth Mr.
Oleson and Mr. Baldwin.
Miss Nbrton of Kawalahao seminary spoke
of the good domestic work done by the girls
of that institution.
Mr. Hyde and Mr. Scotl suggested that a
home school for the teaching of trades was
what wat needed. Rev. A. O. Forbes en
dorsed Ihe suggestion and spake at follows
about Hawaiian Home Life:
Mr. Forbes supported Ihe resolution look
ing low aril tlie establishment 01 a "Home
school" of agriculture and industrial work
generally because it touched a vital mint in
national cducalion. The home idea is one
unknown to heathen nations. Home life and
home training, with all the precious and hat
lowed associations which cluster around the
word " home 5' in Christian nnd civilized lands,
lies at the very foundations of .social order.
The establishment and cultivation of the home
is therefore a fundamental point in the educa
tion of the K'op1c. This necessity was al once
iierceivcil by the American missionaries who
first landed on these shores, and the best
elTorls ot those missionaries for the past sixty-
years have been steadily directesl toward Ihit
end, And there has been much progress
toward it, though much more remains to lie
done to promote Ihe establishment of Christ
ian homes among the Hawaiian people ;
and I think the project should liavc
the most hearty supMrl of all true friends
of education. That more has not been accom
plished in that direction hitherto, is owing in
great measure lo hostile influences, coming
fiom Ihe very lands which liave sent the In
flucnccs of Christian teaching and Christian
civilization to these islands. There have been
in the past, and (here are now, increasing
numbers of the more intelligent class among
the Hawaiian who appreciate the advantage
and the elevating Influences of Christian
homes, and who strive as well as they can to
have such homes. In an experience of twenty
live years spent in lalmrs among this iieople,
I have had occasion in know these facts, and
can bear personal testimony to them. Hut il
is a hard, discouraging woik for a Hawaiian to
undertake lo hedge about his home and family
with those sacred safeguards which to ui are
almost a mailer of course. More than once
have 1 conversed with Inlelligenl Hawaiian
on this iHiinl, and have lien told In leaiful
accents of (he almost imosslbiliiy lo ihem of
surcest in the struggle. "How can we help
ouiselvesr they will answer -"We tryour
best to mako such homes at we see you have,
kit the ruthless Invader irspecu not our hum
ble efforts. We have heard llut the white
mans " home is hit ensile." And so il It. No
one dare Invade (he privacy of wur homes,
andjea can e.jsllv send lliose away of whose
prcstjice you tin not approve. Not so wlih us,
Had men fioni yuur own laud and from other
Christian lands, roam at wilt auuwsg uur vll
lages, and seem to fill llut thaw hare sifitaW
light In cater our houses at aivrttWTasw)
take any liberties they please. And u
turn IhttH tut at tvu iti."
The picture is not loo highly colored. Now
if you and I ran do anything lo help those
who aie thut struggling Inward a realisation
of the Iwiue Ideal, by all means let us il our
shoulders: to llie wheel and urge it onward,
The girl.' boarding schools already estab
lished arc working nobly (or ttvia etsd, ansl
ltalnr aflrr ii-aih'f has liifkni .l..-.sn wnl.
Ail)rs.i and ttiviturar mi nl smtl. r li -iron
of the sirugglr against almost 'm-rwht Inline,
ifimslng liiliierrres from abroad, tinder mining
nnd ri-iidi'tiitK alm-nt nugjiiniy tin- rlfnrla
made. Tlie Ctiti-liiiH lltimt n.H nterrly in a
deiinnilnitional -nse, Imt In lis l.r.wd. M trope,
ft one of Ihe great need of lids nation tn day.
The following rcsntullnn were then Mei:
I'lMI AVrnfW llMI Ihl ir$allnn
romest of the linard of education that It will
Hiblsh In Ihelr slallttieal rtnrt of the eondi
lion of ihe tehooli, lh niunbn of Ihe chlMm
.kill, M.tt l.t.lbll... ...kIIIk.. ..lid.. u.llln.
...... ,.ti,j,t tc,t,nK, inMiinjr,, ot,iiiiij,
niljImieiTl, gn-grapliy and Tdalnry import Inly,
III leUIIre drill res of profldrnry ; and lite
numovr ni srimini nrmntjeil aunt n enliinn
Ihe mimlier nf yaMn they have had llw silvan
Inge of school Ir.iliiln.t,
SecoNii -AWiW That wr aim wllllmi
Ihr tltmenl of frrehind and nifflnnlcol draw
ing wherever practicable In Ihe Mitdlea of Ihe
government Mhooli, and fitrthrliinre rwnm
mend llie rnmidrtatlon, prejMrailon ami
adoption of a whrmf of lndiH4iil ednmtmn
Applicnblit In n many ehKil a' (WHs1ile
iiinlcr their cnnlrol nml dlieellnn while we en
pieaa our grallfieallon with Ihe li-glnning al
ready nude by the Imard.
TlllHli -Util,l 'j'hal we also recom
mend lo ihe hoard ihe establishment aud
in.1inieii.1nce of free evening t.hool In Hono
lulu a one im-ant of withdrawing the youth
from the iiow-almundlng lemptatliiil to vice
And crime, a meant nl prevention and imtiihly
nr reformation a well at Ihe iletlralilllly of
curving on some branches of study for ihe
lienefil of those desiring wunelhlrtg more than
llie liidiinrnlary of knowledge now furnished
by Ihe common schools,
FoUkril Ktielxt,! . Thai we renew our
recommendation for Ihe establishment of a
home school, in or near Honolulu- under the
control of a Imai.l of trustees- In lie known as
a " Home School of Ai-r lciilliir.il and; Mechanic
Arts," where boys cnrr'h.ivo ihe ndv.inlnge-of
i.iniuy iraming .inn llie uiscipiine 01 a weii-or-ilercd
home, while nli lieini; taught lliat whkli
will fit them for honorable and prnlil.ibleoccu
pal Ion of ihelr lime ami nbililic in after yens.
An Impassioned orator Mr. Tj 15. Sweeney,
of llain.ikii.i, Hawaii, then arose and nude a
vigorous, but ralliT ovcr-cxciled appeal fyr
assistance lo Poiiuguetc pupils, nnd suggested
Ihal, apparently, llonoluhi was ilcmanding loo
much. Mr. Townsend mure.l oil on Ihe
troubled waters by eclaliulng to Mr. Sweeney
tli si the Honolulu school would be op:n to
deserving pupil of all nationalities from any of
The committee on Test Hook then
reported. The resolution were taken up serl
alim. The following (two) being agreed lo
before the noon recest.
iir.Hinr f comviittkb on tkxt iiook.
The committee of seven lo consider the texl
InKik best adopted use in llie schools of ihe
Klni'ilom ilo respectively reimri at lonowt 1
Itnl- That for excellence of sulncct maUer,
beautv of illutlralion, clear and oiicn type.
judicious lesson helps, euiployinent of script
exercises, ami otner excellences, we no unam-
mously reconiiueiiil nwinton s sciics 01 rcao
ctt ami sunn enicntn course.
StuHJlixM vve emphatically endorse ami
recoir.mend.fora lexl-liookinGranmiar, "Swin
ton's Language Lessons."
1 uk-wav ArrEkNcio.v MteiiNti.
At half-past one the Institute icasseinblcd
and passed the following additional resolutions:
IJiiru That we recommend that action 1
taken lo secure the publication of one Iiook in
geography, incoriKirating Ihe geography of the
Hawaiian islands, now ncing prcparen oy
Messrs. Mackintosh and Alexander.
' M That a majority of the committee
recommend D. W. 1-islts series ol antlimeliet.
Fifth That for use as a speller, and as a
batis for elementary instruction in 15nglish we
recommend "Oleson's English I.cssons for
The renirt wat signed by Kcv. Alexander
Mackintosh, I'rol. ).-t. Minire, .iir. vs. 11.
Oleson. arid by Misses T. F. Corney, L. II.
Ilrickwonil and II. S. Norton; and was
Mr. Kenyon read a paper on the Organiza
tion of Hawaiian Schools.
Mr. Hyde moved that llie secretary, of ihe
Imaul of edu-rtiiiii be retpieted tn prepare his
blanks so thai the lepoits hitherto made
quarterly shall lie made at the end of each
term. The resolution was carried.
The convention voted to pay llie secretary a
yearly salary of $50.
Mr. Mackintosh and Misses Lewis and
Mossman were appointed a committee to select
liooks for the institute library, to report at the
next quarterly meeting.
The inslitutc then closed a very interesting
ses.ion by adjourning, subject lo a call by ihe
Tlir Olhrr Iilmiili.
The rainfall at Kohala for the month of De
cember was 1 1.9 1 Inches.
A luan at Waikapu Church on New Year's
Day was largely attended.
Hanamalu, the last of ihe Kauai mills tn be
gin grinding this season, was to start last Mon
day. The old custom of making calls on New
Year's Day was revived in llilo, making the
day just very pleasantly.
Kcv. 15, Itaker, Mr. John A. Hcckwithand
Miss Cole arrived in Ililo on the first instant,
liy Ihe Emma Claudina.
A Utile German girl i said to have been
burned to death al Llhuc Plantation,
Kauai, nn the Jlst ultimo.
On liolh Christmas and New- Year's days
Ihe Maui Itille Club held shooting contests.
Mr. K. Ilatlantinc, who held the club trophy
from last year, yielded it to Mr, W. A. Perry,
who, in turn, yielded it tn Mr. John Forbes on
New Year's Day.
New Year" Day nl llilo pa.scd offxery
delightfully. There was ihe usual (tiradeif
Ihe Sabliath schools of Haili Church, Foreign
Church and llilo Ikiardiug School. After
parade all assembled at Haili Chinch to llsitn
to interesting literary exercises. There was
no drunkenness 0:1 the streets, except in the
case of an old resident named Shepherd, said,
by a contemporary, In have died nn the 2nd
Instant after a New Year's spree.
There was a very large meeting of the.cili
tens of llilo on New Year's Day at the court
house, lo listen tn Messrs. Pilipn, Nasvahi and
D, II. Hitchcock, on the political situation.
Gibson and the, mlniliy were 'ovcihaulcd,
which elicited great applause, showing how Ihe
people of the d billet feel towards (hem. The
Tax Assessor nf llilo will run for one of Ihe
representatives nf Puna, and his great abtlily
was shown up not (particularly lUlteringly to
The American tern Eva is discharging red
The Hawaiian lurk lolanl Is discharging
coil at the foot of Likclike wharf.
The Hawaiian bark Kale is discharging
a general European rargnal the I'.sl. U.S. wharf.
Tlie American tern Dora lllulim is discharg
ing a cargo of lumh.-r at the foot of Fort
The American Kukeiitinc Ella, al llrcwer
& Cu.'s wharf, will sail pioluhly about the
middle of nest week,
llie American baikentinc Jane A. Falkui
berg will prubaldy salt for San Francitcu in
the early part of ne st week. .
TJie American steamhsip Maripoaa arrived
at noon on the nth instant, with a large cargo,
which she is disclurging at the cuiiquny's
Mr. Ciuian, though able lo lie out, Is slill
forbidden by his physician "to work. Kcv, A.
O. Fui I w will fill the pulpit of Fori. Street
Church on Sunday morning, and Kcv, W. Ik
OUsou, of llilo, in the evening.
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amttni! iKHata h..n, itir-Migk ilia movamm, nf
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lh ttariSM4 frtim Km t'raftriatt, n Wattiwaaiay, IV
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lka ant HiHSM Mia Itrlufa a asavUr BHUtlVw tjt lax
aatrara, ilia aaanl aaadflaH carm ana) aawlHe latrft
allaar rMi hr ikt llawataaa aaiiasxisalll, at aln
tast bi II. H (aU "'! " rh tssait mA imm nt or
laarflva' r"il, Imitaaa.
In rtaita lltta aa aaasi k. auta-l larasalf. ilia
IHartft-try, trtmoaat. afltl rlanuaa laSifajr. Itajtskar,
l,ff,M fca. a Itaal rslva .4 a(.l. ft OV -al.
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Km, rstlfttar , ml T. II. WMm, tmMtt Ilk lm.l
iMs mhJHInn nt llrfnga la tint lo proa afikjawia
Mr fwntngham Is ntnnaai i lit tmnMailm ifia
foMlnllir nf rail tut. ! ponUm it Ms taaassltf (r
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rasasltif aaiftv IllWakt t'ara, afVaf ik mnmt at a
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st.: . tv r, iii'iiir i," " ' -
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t'MM S'alana at
rsaaal, if Iwilaai. JilHaair t
II WHom, Mr Ufa, Mr. I.
takta, -f II..UW, Jaa -llk lt( Otf
I'rean Hawaii aaaj f aut. rr SfSaaaa I Al
As, Mia It '., I' Wo, Ml I Ws3a, Ml
V,0,l,Jl tim.!i wh I"'"'''. Ms- MTr
III fi ( Kansnn, Mla A It Ha llh (T
him., ,i.i.,,i n M.lt,, I .!, awl M.HA
shsss. and wsfa, Mr F iMHa aarat s rMHrtsj. tin h
fVik vs. , cMMrasi. Mrs W Wttssn, ikV7)lk5aV
fiJWltw 0 a f aaismssa, I' fMlaaikTaMTHlst
K Male. A Mkk. VV r. ( aaW a ,ia7.. n
MMkassakl.ll IrvMa., ! Vltwks, I' M MtSssa.L if
?K??' .Ay.'t Ci-iw, l JatgaW
1-atL Mr IS. li,, Iaka N V ITsmr, II fstii
aelM,( II t4axl Ml '
,r l. pw USjaia. jan 6 J MsCatua.
Iroas Kauai. tt laiu. It. I. '--- - " ..
SH-Win. IV r' (im, , 1. l'.,o.f, r v,i, lim
rffn, lie imimh, im Sltaler IMa, C JuSsswaa,
I'TOM Maui Msl llawaiL r Ijl.SHe, jMtssn a
M ( tKra.r, I I'as-fiaaa., lira f iohman.
r lam 4an rraHaiafvi. t Martuiaa I.Maf.a n t,m
Adam lliai.l antl som, 1' II Mum, Mba V. VS'ilaW.
MJasM A riif.er. l 0eh. ( II larswra
lf. Kv laiker llowkanl, Waliar fjissi, K W
iiasaer. r luiman, I f ljw llenrv HmUm, 1. II
larmav. fnn Skaw aisrl wife. A SI ll.M. 11 '' '
II Nu.tin at wire, u A I Ik lot, if thruntrntt, lib
UwJerWII I), R UtUwtil ; ; (,. Or I' ! IjtH
am, l)r W Uu4wi. i: VV Kwwka, II WlWr, Mil
(.aTswfia irs. i aim i-nimmnn mmt vwi. iIttHW vtvrTt
II V Wiflkimt, i;. 11.11, VV r; !., cias si
J-l wife, a snaanis, A II !(prll.. Mist Kaa. Make.,
niiir 1- nauingi, j 1. Kawalen, . . SUNi, l W
Maifarlane, It llanit, 1. 1 Maiarlaw.fjfo IXHsjkrrdi,
VV PjeiiKf. I Innandtf. C ljs. Sill H leljfr.w,
. Mtn.Mn.if rnnimo, s. lawte, aire is isstregttr,
Children, Jl V llllom, James LrMfc jl 'raV,
ttlmiotl llell, Ino KaUaitr, Jw IVara, J f flaglaixl,
for wtnjwanl Ivjila. tt rTIni,,. Im ,.IN SSM.I.1,
Mr Afotig, I'lsenUrK, ) K HmUA, (ioiiier Ilrown,
VV k Austin, K lilton. Mis J Campbell, Jlr. I 1.1,
( I I lelnn , Mrs ItarJman, J II Ketl, W 0 rairell,
For W'atanaa ami Slaul. tt fa IImI rB...v
Mrs J Wrlalii, A I. I(alfrnr, f,nj MaSaai.
I or Maul a.i.1 Hawaii, pf Kinau, lenntry E-Mr
Ij.itlKe aiul wife, A llarnes, J H Ktlrlvo, A
V."".' "Allni, Ju.lge IVnander, r II Cammlag.,
H lletker, II Kainalopil, W It Seal, II .MeltW, OK
Wiwl, H lurlon, I II Jonei, T 1'nJJIer, l McKar.
I'lmroali n Jtel.
I'or Ksiial, per IwaUni, Januars- - H Townserxl,
Mrs J lwelll, VV V Horner, JuoV ilatiliii, lletn Paul
lf Kajsoa, Mr ljla.
I'or Kalmlui, frrr Kiliutia linn, January 9-Vs'll
"'!, A M Howe, j lelinetl, KValenlina, M 1'el.nell.
for MoltAai antl Man), la-r lttiis Immtft.v lSI..
J I'. Ilamard ami 1 tluUrru, j IJkwt arj wife, I
I or San IVaneisra, per I)ivseir, January ioJa
IWIe, II Kuilorf, Sir ClumWrs. ' '
Kor ban Krancivu, iter I3,in-rr, Jaanarr l A M
liradly an. nlfe, .Mra I, Wat nj a daugktrrs, Mrs K
It Cntleraual. MlsaSoule.
Kor Knual. Iter James Misee, J.
I' Jukson, liC.Spi.drng, W I' On
Frame, ami al deck.
anoarr i- Mis A
Orani, (i C Poller, S
Th eiporlt nntl imrtorls ti rids isne are crowded
tlvml tllrtM r. Ottotl Jtuyi.
I-ast Saturday niorniiij; as the rcioitcr of the
ircturt-suc was jotRiiiK toHimards along
.Nuuanu Avenue, riding ihe piebald tulfrr rirr-
scnted him recently by the ex-Ling of Arum,
he espied a laden wain, piled hith ssilh smudgy
coal, and drawn by two noble I'ercheions. On
the apex of this utile Imt unbeautiful pile (at
least where the apex might have been) sat a
youthful and comely maiden of about 1.1 sum
mers and fully 113 iiounda.
" Whither away, sweet damsel V said the
retiortcr of the picturesque, doffing his caypae
" I go lo practice a manly game," said the
maiden, "for know you, sir, that il is leap
year; and sundry fair-spoken and smooth-faced
youths, of tender years but most groit n-up con
ceil, did challenge us to play lh game )clept
' base ball. Know )ou it "
"Aye," answered he, 'a most proper
gari'icVt;In my salad arvVVealy'Tlayi 1 have
playcsl it,. many .Vlime and olt, at these knotted
digits. well do bear rne,wilness. Vet when. I
wis a laif no'danucl played the risk,"
"The world advances, gent'le" sir," the
maiden answered, "and we giili,intcud to
keep up with Ihe procession. PerSance you
would fain inquire why thus 1 Tide upon this
lumbering and unsightly wain. It is because
I thus may rcalie by apt anticipation, so to
speak how it will feel to be obliged to sil
dow n suddin on ihe diamond litl.l."
The result of the converse herein briefly
told, and of much more that there is not sjace lo
chroniclesvas that the reporterof ihcpicturesquc
was pres'.nt last Tuesday afternoon at a match
game of base lall, played in the groundsel
Mr. J. 0. Carter between the .ood Girls'
Base Hall Club of Honolulu and the Good
Boys' llasc Hall Club of the same place.
The boys were Ihe challengers and won the
game according to the following scores. It is
due, however, to say that the boys sulistilutcd
two new (and far better) players for Iho
previously announced as ir. the nine. The girls
are confident that their defeat, largely due to
Ihe substitution of those pla)ers, can be re
deemed and will play the victors at the same
grounds next week. Out of deference to the
wishes of the Good Giils' Club, only their
first and second names arc gis-en. Mr. Oliver
Carter was umpire, Mr. R. S. -Smilh scorer.
It will lie seen by the scores that the Iwys
made several home runs to none Tor the girls,
but that the girls made the only fly catches.
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The rclo!osu scivkrs dutlng this wcrsv of
pMstx has Uwu hcU each fono.m tl ih
tMhel. and b the eveuusg at Koi-lr(
ChsHs4, Um laWclarVt (SAVtOlk lAJIkllWailag the
saassc sWwrsvsisly, Uucti lmM hv tatsm f,lt
mftmHj a tU aaWstasif ih josia.
Nukw sa kttaka- rn nisi lk Untltrslf nrd ),,,
lal kat I'AfW KlIKJIIIII' a OKNKKAI, fllftl
IM AOIrtHl h. IIU, Tl.l.rurllkai lUir
atntsas ke reader wW u emskmtt-l sMaltr Ika rWna
' lutMitM ala
mhm ., Wraii k Atrrirt'
eHi arasrss, atvitsrlt ran.'
WIKKMAN ; AHHIaKY.
ma osht tfrmmmr
OIJHDKAI. HtmiNiaal AOIl.Vlt
ks rtat lltsstssttss KHttm
11swreMllsa gtM fctmitttHftrftptV, W.
fw its (lasslif aeai rfciysaltll gtassfyikuiUskaie
Sw s mrUtlrn FkleaH gltssxa lllSK, fc
rtirw "1AMPHKI.1," riKitPftoor
r ntariiaJir t ear-r, iinnwctt'.
wrtiaV, rAmUt, i .,
Kais(. ST. , aud HHXAtlt tIJMT,
istHkCY L 4iMi ,
Ak iiTAir ajib asn-un'MrK'r,
sirrdAL mis ini a(i 4mi r aaw voar,
cur ar um riaa IMmsanea cwurAjav.
tloutr ilrnhrrt, Jlltnrf llrthrrt,
11 11 it
t'lftoui lliiutr Hrnhrrtt
OT Special attenlksn in llrf ttMwipt drparlmtnl
wniUawrakn, atalwe ttisilerour sartfulpertiial. 4
Wella, I'argo. li C General Forwarding; and
VWdelitrr letters, puLagrl, paroels, and money- all
over lit world send riders dlfea lo mt agents l,Ve
ryr lo W filed and rrlurned, HMp tWuvglut th
Ura'Ied 5il ales and foreign cviaoirs e-rcliaodne, Cbrwa.
etc., from Ike Kingdom. tV Always advise your
friends aUoad to send pruieli, pxckaiges, inpurlant
Irtleis, and nnef to yuu thraarji VVKI.LS, FAKCO,
& CO, whoseaffertciea are cwaUivld in aJI lalgecjisea
on Ihe globe. Uao'l enmider lh etpeme when snd
rap lUo-jgti ns. a WK WILL OL-AKAJsTF.K
SA1 IS! ACTION in evert- pankalar, and bold OUK
SKI.VKS KEblONSIIILfcinalioiir trndrruViogs.
Agents for Oie Hannital Ac St. Jo. and Chicago,
Darlington, & Qolncj Rail Roads,
These UovU are ihe aval couforuUe and lantiitz
roads going en. TourbAs will find tk Sentry, lb
Palace Cars, the btalieas KesUnrAnla Along these r&ad t
t"t. "".""t tt uenvr, ang idlers win oe given to
all travellers And tooriata gcang eilber a Jan or
I ranriftoo, w!m will uk ajtia pAins tn mall yorj
,..,- in..., wtuMiumMin Ktiers, o isai
Sr trip win benttnt enVoriUe lo the end.
Real Estate Agents.
We laiy and tejl Real KatAle
lo all parts J the Kingdom. Search records : and ai-
lend completely to every trAnca in selling real And
- - jj..j. ww wun ua auun HtU, fat
All ptopcrties left IA our charge. We make a ipecuJilx
mss"J'"!XC,t'.snprmiv-ala tenair, bAyux;
And OlkJjJLiDg uses, water ralea. and effecting hv
t.w. tviOT m iMjrrtj sootiMi iar in mina
that vestriU itlievc theto from giving their aueAtioa
--f-i-'t.i .t.,i.t luNtK, ia wimcar
fur a ixMluui coAtllcrAlicas lot actrka-a in this dertart-
tarttt. HitfmH .,,.(.v .1 .ul t. L. .. ... .
joa apphcaiiDa lo ns.
We luppljr aH kiols of Help,
Uoili mAle And ferrala in all the TAtiotis UuxhttU
indnslrs; on these lilandi. Af:enl ITamiti. and
MenhAGts generAll- allonld waifv ua when t-acandet
eaist, as we will furnish do help each as cleras, aaks
mco, book-keepers, mechaalci, or lAhorers, tinlesa well
recommended to us. Chinese servants and ItmaU aer
saois will V, agpplied to famiuei al shut ncatte, foe
which a bofninaj coranussaM iaexxaed..
Life .and Fire Iniurance Agents.
'e f "'0,v lo " ntrJ mA' AJtenliao (tiAr
IKSjUilr a man vt fAmuSr) to seep hit. life insured tor Ihe
kenefit of his family, who so often are dependent upon
Ins labor for their support. Voani men and mechanics
would nod It Ik Bsm rtleatanl duty- c their live lo
ule oat a policy on the "rotulne" principle, when in
alcw)ears ihey will hare snfticient fuoda MeiAgwin
buktnce smh A ntat capiul to hack Ihem. Wc anvil
you la call cu Ol when w will take pleawr in iuutlru.
ing to -ou how Uncndal it il far your welfare la he In
sured. E,trZ "O"1 wkoowns property should reaseaitcr thai
rue, Ihal gnm aMsaenger, cienmakea the rich or
well-lo-du, poi and povcny-alrkken. Let this t a
warning la jou ; and call on tts at rx and prelect
yourvelt es afainta toes.
Money, to Loan, trom tlOO to SIO.OOO
on firat-cdawaa aoctu-lty, ,
Custom lloote Brokers.
VS a. IiK.s .na.ta .. i i T.I .. . ... . I , .. . .
ewer tuodaatlhe csuloea house Ihrougk power ca At.
twj, u wc can H(ajta ah mersnaniaandslteeAeeuf s
lo rriAk us Ikeir ageula at owe. Osir crurges fue thia
wwk ar aery teaaoaaMe, And w wDI utter roods,
pay And ditchArge height And duly Ulls, And deliver
)ir gcaalt direst lo )vur jiscet tit husuta in proeopi
order, klmlianll and siore'acepert will tod Ihtanf
great advantaf to them in every way.
General Baslarsi Agents.
Our long ArquAinlAncc with th husinets tonununity
IswcUVtaoan. and wvinvaiiaUykeep mvsuUt aJILsim
ncss mailers of a pnvala hatu. Ilusiness n-a who
wdl inlrsist their iviaaMrsul Mailers n n may alwasa
ftel sale In aodosng. Wesindr ike iiuuesis ifoi
sllrtusAI aUtiuvrs, aral adttta All bustweas topica
carefnlty, Is-rU onour best ;oJgM.
Intkc (Meter) llusinesa larpAnmcnl Attrcal la
eterylkutj in th cwomercial hoe, uckaalk follow
Ing, sir., Ikolt and Acnauus Vet and adjusted accu
rately, neatly, and uiisfattteily ; luils oalacled
laromplly, and leiMxetlings lakaa agaitua oetaors alra
ruaptiiswaia irjvrej foe a spteslyanileaaetil ; Legal
papers of evtry ikscnptian, Kh as tleesls, honja, anon-
snlla U sale, leates, stilt, pari ncrshtp papers,
etc, drawn. Also. Admetntnts Nums, Annirs.
CooitnunKaOjUt And Curnsaleta: will" Alao.
MemorultdrAl'ledaodengnwvd, Urafls Nues, liUla
of lUchange, Utters U Crida.and lUalasg llalltts
generally Atiended to.
ALL 0RI1ERS FIIOVI TIIK VARIOUS
I SLA MIS
To u w-ill lecatet lsaaaplaesa. W can pwrckas a
the krwew eaAiktl rales and muck aaoee leaaAakly than
j-oa rats, and itjst erttjlktag tatlr nt kr, suad
Ikelsfor u is loywur liu.it J u atbd ywwr cwder l
ws, as w iken ktsucs m-poawible, and ika small roes-
rausssgas )vu a at U lew llun wavsl ltaar tsirckaaes
aatostal to, Ui)Kg as )-ou kat keeu Uintig dtrass.
a-sT AU cueresjsandeni la us w lale,AtAawi la
AeswaiNig wtihoul daisy.
W insu ssery ot i intrecl caar w sad
spaskAtl nlKaa, aasi as w kas a8ssr ApArl
nseiMS wsakiug uadtr A aisseaaAlk ml, wa
atk AMlrtaMs, aeatf aj kaalaaq aasd sxaJ
Ajtaaugw foe candotliac oe Ireasawsa, feai
Ikal Ik roaaasotHly At Lsrg wsU wakoas stetk
UnefisUl inssilwlkiai A wt kas euakiiakwd,
what ikt aaiA W rli may U anpsJiad ly
Vota swar patwaar Sasvams,
ATiSKW.I.V 4 .IMHCKr
llrmnl JMwafatraa .gl,
CAUI'DCLLts NKW BLOCK,
MERCHANT T sllO.NOLULU,
IsO, Ho, jij. Tut moss, ,,,.
P,ii.-Our O-rtijiaA aasi Near Vaars llaatvs ai
ready , and on aaaaSoaska, o ky hiur Hltnw
c seial )siai on, 7
IfMifmmf Utttrw4 ifuM tW 4 MpwaMmy
ket tkr . wtWail iMrlritlMailrtrearirf, ant)
U mm kwpn 14 o IMt tmrmm4Jrmt;fnHr,i
assstrarl ku aN tWarSMS HataMjUna wffcU aMlwtes)
HihtM In et yntmthi ail I'uUrMr atr,
aoti a, ike hum rtastataMr kalSa.
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