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.JANUARY 10, iW,
(mVirnnr Domini. Is In poor hoaltli.
Mr J M, IVWpric hit Item ailmitlcil to llic
Mr (. Irwin will I uunacrinf; itncr
of Hit new Imnk. Tlie eiiiiilnyfe li.iic not yet
I n.l.iy nml Saturday. June 13.1I1 ami 14th,
will lie the ibyaon wtiirli the Hawaiian Afiil
siilinral S Kitty will IhiM in nest sluivv.
itct will 1I0 well In see that Ihrir iMmn
nrc im llic "list of rrrrlslrrcsl vritcrs;"j.iml
tlu-y must nut fiirgel llielr Us icciiits on
The v.ilualile lot on the northwest mrncr of
I ot' nnl Merchant slrccl Is in h.ic a li.inil
fwniic Imililui); put up on it lay I lie, new owner,
Mr Mclncmy. r.r' '
Mr I innU llrnslace Ins purcli.iscil the
, ilravjnfj liiisin-rw of Mrs. Victoria U'nnl. Mr.
HcusMCC lias efficiently manafjol this business
for Mine tunc past.
Mr. Criij.in will occupy Ins pulpit again on
Sunday. Theme of llic cvcnlnj; discourse ! A
talk wild "the' Average Vming Man" nml
'I hose who Wish to Help Him.
The Kt oilier force has licen nidlcil lo in
the person nf Mr, William Johnson, well
known to the business community ns a reliable
person anil no ilouht will prove an efficient
This Vcar Also, will lie the theme of Mr.
t'ruran's senium Sunilay nflcrnoon at the V.
M V. A. Ilnll. A conlial invitation is ex
lemlnl Ki all, and a special Imitation to
mangers, young men anil non-church-goers.
SKcal religious services have been hclil on
three evenings of this week In I'ort -Si reel
t'hurch, ami a gratifying ilegrccof interest is
manifest, especially among the young people.
There will proliabl) be some extra services
(luting nest week,
Mr. Daniel Lyons was fineil $50 by Juilge
Mc( ully last Wednesday, it appearing that
his name apearcil as business manager of the
i:iele, a native paper which recently contained
an article reflecting upon Judge Jiuld, and
brought to the notice of the couit by the
ntlorney general. Mr. Lyons was fined ns
representing the publisher or owner.
There was a small attendance at the meet'
ing of the Hawaiian Humane Society last
Monday night. The following were elected
members 1 Messrs. K. W. Meyer, C. N.
Arnold, Itcv. I.. Lyons, . Sinclair, Dr. J.
K. Smith, W. C. l'arke, J. Hind, Ci. W. Wil
fong, W. 1). Alexander, T. II. Davies and
I-', lliggins. Mr. (.'. N. Sjienccr was elected
an honorary member.
Mr. l-'rcel. J. Uiwrcy anil Miss Clicrry I..
Sturrs were married last Thmsday at 6130
I'.M. In lurl-Slrco Church, Pastor Cruzan
oBidallng. Miss Nellie Ixiurcy was lirides
maid, Mr. U. A. Jones, best map, and Messrs.
k A. TV. Kiikland and 0cir White, ushers.
'The altar was coveu-d with llowers and the
organ lort daintily decorated with greenery.
A large number of friends and acquaintances
witnessed the ceremony.
The funeral of the late Princess KeUulikc,
(Inverness of Hnwail, took place last Sunday.
1 lie procession slatted from the residence of
the late princess on llcrclania street. The
jsulicc, a detachment of cavalry, several detach
ments of infantry, members of the cabinet, and
other officials vu-re in the procession. The
ldy was placed in the royal mausoleum, the
last rites being (performed by lliihop Willis,
assisted bv Hev. Alexander Mackintosh.
The following list includes ihv officers of the
Russian man-of-war IWioijuicL, which aimed
last Thursday fiom Valviraixi: Illllcbrand,
captain; Lieutenant Neliogsioir, second com
mander; Zolescky, l-'ortinann, Young and
(jim-ngn, lieutenants; Ilcljacir, IwanolT, Step
noil, HiHliiinofl", Uartcncff, Wagner and Wosk,.
resensky, Mib-lieiitcnants; KalUamilT, artillerv
tri "J""-" ,!clo,T navigation officer; Ivvanoffand
bf , ischium, viiL'inecrii nartoimus. sun-eon.
A "llillisli subject" writes in reply to the
lelltrofn Chinaman printed in last Wednes
day's Advertiser and says: "The aiticlc
kigned 'A Chliiaman' was written by an
attorney at 'aw. Knr his services he was
amply rewarded. The speaker who favored
the C hinesc Iwfore the Workingmen'a Union,
recently, I ktiovv would vote to expel every
Chinaman from the kingdom. I need not go
into the details of the comparative immorality
ofChtncke and whites; but I tielieve all decent
men will agree with me that the Chinese of
this town have reached a depth of infamy not
)et approached by the while."
The luiks Kale and Iolani are at the
1', M, S. S. wharf discharging.
The Oceanic Steamship Alameda will be due
&'tm-Tuclay nest, bringing news to the 15th
The l M. S. S City of Sydney will Iwduc
from Sydney en ionic to Kan Francisco on
1, The Ameilcan baikeuline Jane A. l-'alkin-
liurg Is at .Soreiison'a. vvhatf, bulling ulowly for
The American tern Kva is on the marine
railway. She will sail for Humboldt prolubly
on Monday next.
The Hawaiian brlgautinc Ilaiard is off 1'ish
Market wharf, painting, oveiluuling, etc.,
ju piepting fiir another cruie to the South Seas
lor another load of laborers. She will nail the
Utter part of this month.
1 , The schooner KuUmanu, from Qokala, was
lost, on the l6lh Instant Wtvtrvn the wutli end
of Kona and Kau, She had on Uurctal the
time 1,464 lut of sugar, from Ookata Plan
latton. Jihe was owned by Messrs. Allen &
Kulilnsoii and C, M, Cooke of this city, and
wan partially Insured.
, 'Hie American biigantinc Consuclft arrived
t ficnii San Vianciscu last Sunday" with a general
;cigoif uierchaiidUci aUo S hnue. and IS
miilsa. She U discliaiglng at O. S. S. Cn.'
. dock. Paring the. voyagv in a s'pull vhc
4irlrd away her fore-top gallant mast.
. Tjie llritih slop Aber)twith Cartle ariived
;' Im( VVednexlay maruhig, Ijjdjvs fiom LIv'cr.
wi a general cargu of kuroean gooiU con
fiaal t M'ewi. T. II, Davie - Co., which
lie U no dUcluiglng at llicwer X Co.'n
a&w which she will piocml, to Portland, O.
S4W (vH)is that duiing the v oy age the ccul
I Uk fore liatch tcsik file, and flat after pour
ilg water Into the hold for uUwl two hours.
W:H etfWtfuiohnl with little or no
Mr t-ourncaux has not been sery busy with
hb brush aince he returned from his summer
ing on Hawaii, whence he brought many
sketches, however, for future clalxiratlon. Yet
a sisit to his studio is worth the making If for
no other reason than In ate two pictures re
ccntly completed. One of these Is a portion of
a native Iwnana plant with a Inineh of neatly
rie fruit hanging from its central stalk. The
painting is admirably true to nature t an I the
hungry minali who would not peck at the fruit,
or try to hide in the delicious cool of its branches
would he a very stupid minali. The writer
believes the (mlilic will agree with him in the
estimate placed upon the excellence of this
printing) and he will stake his reputation as
an art critic (worth rattier Io than it weight
in Hawaiian silver) tiimn the accuracy of his
dictum. Another picture a higher type of
ait -Is a scene taken well out to ofl' Knw
allrae, Hawaii. In the foreground Is a canoe ;
towards the shore the Iliitrsh man-of war
Pelican rides at anchor j to the right rises the
peak of lln.ilil.il t to the left towers Mauna
Kca, mow capped ; in the Central distance is
Mauna Lxi, its splendid do-nen line of gleam
ing while. The view is one seldom obtain-dile,
as the mountains are generally shut nut from
one another by clouds, but it is one of the best
mountain views of Hawaii, and well deserves
to lie piinted. 'I he scene is in afternoon -on
towards evening, apparently ; and the moun
tains nrc clad in royal purple. Waikiki at the
approach of a summers shower is a painting
ol medium ie aliout 24 x 30 Inches, rather
less than the two just mentioned. Two
glimpses of the tangled beauty of one of IlilrjV
opjcal gardens arc worth the seeing and the
having. So Is ft sketch of the shore at Kaiinu,
the scene of the cartlupiakc tragedy nf 186S,
when several acres sank Into the sea. Mr,
lourncaux goes to San I'rancisco on the City
of Sydney to complete arrangements for his
"Illustrated Tourist's Guide." When he re
turns, he will probably lay down again the
pencil and llic pen and resume the brush, an
implement that in the right hands generally
yields ralhci more ready money and nearly as
Mr. Strong has been for several weeks past
(he proud and happy (because comfortable and
contented) lessee of a new studio. It is built
just niauka of the cottage at No. 11 Xiiuanu
Avenue. It has a big northern window, is
roomy, airy and arranged according to his own
wishes. As yet it is finished in the rough; but
has already cavasscs enough on its otherwise
unpadded walls to scire away the blue devils
from even a cabinet minister in contemplation
of the day of judgment. The new studio lias
excited considerable curiosity, it being built at
an odd angle from the street so that the enor
mous window laces directly north. Such a
licht is necessary, nay indispensable, to an ar.
list. The inside of this rather curious building is
much more interesting than its odd exterior.
It is a large room furnished with a model's
stand, easels, palettes and the usual et cetcras
of a painter's juofession. On the walls ate
hung every variety of sketches, studies and
pictures. Warm tropical landscapes, marine
views of native fishermen, canoes, Diamond
Head and Wainianalo, luscious fruit pieces,
heads boldly and wonderfully painted, and
studies in black and white and water color.
Mr. Strong wields a versatile blush, and is
thoroughly at home In all branches of his art.
His work shows the result of long training and
hardstudyin Munich, where, as art connoiseurs
will remember, he carried off the medal in
1S75. Placed on easels about the room are
portraits, among which may lie recognied
several familiar faces. The evuisitcly finished
ortrait of Willie lowers, son of Mr. Robert
Lcwers, of the firm of Lew ers & Cook, is ab
most starllingly life like. That of Miss Lulu
Moore is as graceful and chainiing as the fair
original. Mr. Moore, or Maui, makes a strik
ing picture, and Mr. James CI. Spencer's blond
and Napoleonic countenance is an absolute
likeness. None the less interesting are the
studies in black and white of island subjects
which the artist is collecting with a view of
having them published in the Century, accom
panied by a scries of articles by Mr. Charles
Warren Stoddard. Mr. Strong intends sending
much of his lest work to the coast to be hung at
the Spring Kxhihilion ol the San I'rancisco Art
Association. While Mr. Strong is sure to
make several advantageous sale by so doing, it
is certainly a pity that any of his best work
should be allowed to leavcthc islands. Among
many finished pictures a few only may be in
stanced. One, a group of banana trees show
ing glimpses of a taro 1wtc.l1 beyond, is small
and finely finished. " Dawn in the Tropics "
is a dream of tender coloring; the " lteach
Scene," showing several natives grouped aliout
an old canoe -with a how tree in the back
ground, is thoroughly realistic, while the up
right of tall cocoanut trees with a foreground
oflropical vegetation, is a " thing of lieauty"
that might lie a "joy forever " lo some'one of
our delightful homes. It is not to be expected
that many in a community, isolated for so long
from the art world, will fuly appreciate the
high standard of Mr, Strong's work. Itut it is
gratifying to know- that interest in art is grow
ing here and that intelligent appreciation is
not so rare that we need despair. Mr, Strong's
studio will be open to the public Wednesdays
and Fridays of each week after this date. To
all interested In ait a cordial invitation Is ex
tended. Mr. Guiles Hassctman has just finished
coloring a photograph of Lrpikum's Androm
eda, the original painting being now In San
I'rancisco, the property of Mr. W. M. Lent.
The coloiing is Ivaulifully soft, and the finished
work now on view at Lvcan & Co.'s is well
woilh examination. SomcofMr, Hasselman's
crayon work is on view at J. Williams , Co;
and there, also, may Ikj seen specimens of the
ailUlic photograjih coloring, in which he ex
cels. Although Lycan . Co.s rooms arc in no
sense studios, and have not hecn dignified by
their modest senior proprietor with the high
sounding title of "art rooms," yet they are
coming lo lie iccognUed 'as a favorite place to
exhibit ortistic woik. When Mr. W. 0.
Irwin returned fiom San Krancisco, last week,
he brought with him three tables now on
exhibition at I.) can & Co.'s, Tvvoofthue
tables are mozatcs, one Florentine, the other
Unman; and the Ihiid table is of onyx. Kadi
of the moxaics is of intricate yet (itlicatc
wotkmanshij). To-day will proliably-be the
last that (hey may lie seen before their removal
lo one or the other of Mr. Irwin residences.
Kiom "The Yoyage of the Wanderer," an
account compiled from the journals ami letters
of C. and S. LaudKit is learned that the
iitoftho Wanderer to Hawaii had another
object than curiosity and pleasure-seeking. It
was lo place a memoiia) stone Un the giave
nf a son, Cliailes Lainlxit, ttho, at the age n(
twenty-four, was drowned while bathing at
Kailua llay in 1S74, and wlio lies btirtid in the
chuichyatdat Kona, not far fiom the spot,
memorable in the history of the Mauds, wH-ie
Captain Cook met hi death.
A steamship co-operation is lieing foiincd.
It will l under (he llajvalun flag, to run lie
tvticu San rrinciscu ami Cldiu, touching
cash way at Honolulu. The intention is to
foim iu Honolulu, and shares will be Issued lo
jicimhis wishing u seviue theiu. Due notice
will be given of the progicssuf the scheme.
The tell Kocl will luobably be the first
Wctntf of the new line.
f IMfffriff liffnrtnrr
1 ranee had its(amillcDemoulinx, Lngland
Its laVncrer l'.lliglt, San Prnneiscn its Stephen
Mayliell and Honolulu has Its . Y. Vpiircs.
Ilach of these men has liecn in his day and
generation a trilmnc of the people. Has.li has
spoken lustily for reform as he aw it, and each
haslicen, if not a poet, at least a fluent ioct-
astcr, Desmoulins beat his passionate wings
against the liars, sighing and singing for uni
versal lilicrty ( Rlliott flung in the faces of the
Knglish rich Ihe bitter taunt that the aim laws
of the early years of this century were bringing
the horrors nf famine into unnumbered Kng
lish homes; Mayliell was the gallant ticutcnant
of Dennis Kearney in his noble Irftllc for a
place in the hearts of the San I'rancisco "Sand
I-ot" and a "sack" from the corruption fund
of the Central Pacific Railway; Squire is the
foe of the Hawaiian Shipping Act and the
apostle of a crusade against the Chinese. l!ul
It Is not In discuss Mr. Squires opinions that
this curt critique was written. On the evening
of the 3rd Instant Mr. Squire delivered an
address before the Wotkingmcn's Union of
Honolulu. This address has licen published
in pamphlet form and from that pamphlet have
been taken the following metrical gems. Afler
alluding to Ihe recent cases of lalior I rouble on
Kanal, and chtractcriiing the nets nf the
planters as cxticmcly wrong, after mentioning
the combination between Mr, Sprcckcls, the
planter and the Missionary patty, Mr, Squires
"drops inlo inctry," a la Silas Wegg, ns
If W aihlnctun Ihe tireal could but nrie"
He would this nation rhaMie.
He would srnd here his fttAteMtien of tenoHn
And talc away lliit Il.-1waii.1n croti.
Jt is to lie hoped that the attorney general
will not focus his binocular upon the last line
of this rhythmic but clearly treasonable quar-
train, ilecausc the fate of Mr. Daniel Lyons
is in the memories of the community. Mr.
Squires' indictment of the Chinese race is clear,
explicit and emphatic t
The Chinese race is presonir on
In every land and every clime ;
In every nation Anil every place
Vou can find Ihe Chinese rncr.
Hut, alas I nunMnd could not but weep
l o view their nfftprini; on the street,
' heir fathers roving from place lo pLice,
'Hie vile-t of a nation's race.
After describing in graphic prose the noisome
condition of lower Nutiami and Maunakca
streets, Mr. Squires returns to Mill more
graphic verse as follows .
Itut our own ptesenl ruler if he but chnte,
Could pacify his peuple nml those.
Who by their inlliienre Ami their fame
Would protect his kingdom and his name
The gentlemen whose "fame and influence"
is thus pointedly alluded to are the statesmen
who have made the Wnikingmcn's Union what
it is. And of these Mr. Squires is clearly first.
Hut the statesmen of the Wotkingmen's Union
do not mean to be driven from the country, as
is evidenced by the following defiant pinphccyi
We will Miynnd they will e,o.
Or ue Hill go and they will t.iv ;
Itut I think it will le the other un),
And to make the "way" clear as the sun at
noonday for the feet of his disciples, Mr.
Squires concludes the metrical mrtion of his
essay as follows :
Now 10 get these Chine-e from here
Is not so eay as you may Mipjiose,
r'or we have many cowards here, and those
'the very men who brought them here.
And if the great Kamehameha could but arise
'lids vile and heathen race he would despise;
He would bring his war clubs into pl.i
And send this race back home without delay.
Hien he would clear Oabu and then .Maul,
'then be would go to Hawaii,
from there he would go down to Kauai
And teach those (.ermaii planters not to lie.
Then he would return bad. into this towu
And sweep It of its vile renown.
Then he would turn lo this ruler and his race
And leach them to respect hii ancient race.
After driving thi- Chinese race from here
'Ilie Krcut Knnieliinieha would disappear
Into tint stiace from whence he came,
With a noble and iniuortal fame.
With the general tenor of the remarkable
address this critique (which deals with neither
"Pure Reason," nor with Kant-a singularly
good pun that, for- a philosophic one) has
nothing lo do. Rut the appearance of Mr,
Squires' rhymes calls for more than a passing
notice. It is not often that verse of like
quality appears anywhere. It differsas widely
from the flippant pleasantry of the Cazette's
parody ballads or the airy nonsense of the
Press "Drummer," as from the sentimental
semi-seriousness of the Hawaiian Monthly's
lyric poets or the historical war-horse har
monics of .Minister-Resident Daggett. Mr,
Squire's muse is ceitainly of its own kind. He
has struck a vein to which his title is unques
tioned and there seems to be no one now here
the Press having killed off Mr. Cactus
McKrackan of the Advertiser who is at all
likely to meet Mr. Souircs on his own ground.
the. Other ItlimtlM.
liana mill is now grinding and they expect
only Coo tons this crop.
Kipahulu mill will begin aliout the end nf
the month, The crop will be aliout the same
as last year,
Mr. Godfrey llrown, Independent Candi
date for Knhala, is " making his fight " ener
getically in that district.
A correspondent of the Gazette writes from
Kauai that one of the legislative candidates on
that, island has "announced himself to be a
The fair in aid of the Episcopal Church at
Kolul.i took place on the loth instant and was
a success. The story of Cinderella was given
Miss Clara Shipman, of Hilo, who has been
very ill of fever, was believed to be over the
worst danger when the last mail from Hilo ar
rived. Much concern for her rccov cry is fell
in Hilo, and among friends in many parts of
It is a pleasure to see that there Is a jxusi
bilily of Kipahulu being represented in the
legislature by an independent nan In Mr. W.
HaUtead, Hejsagood speaker, clever and
believed to lie honest. It will surprise his
friends to find Iu name at the bottom of the
Reliable I-ahaina Information says that a
box of liquor was recently shipped to that place
marked) !'. It, Hayscldcn, in care of Kia
Nahaolclua;and that before it had been landed
six houis most of it had gone down the throats
of natives "to defeat that man Kalua," the
independent candidate for I.ahatna,
A Kipahulu, Maul, coitcspomlciu w tilts;
" At present ihe roads to Kaiqio are in shock
ing condition. Weather oppressive. General
health good. The government doctor is an
enterprising physician, but, alas! he has been
caught in a net and his marriage is to lake
place on the l6lhXow past. 1 mean Doctor
Rev. Mr. Lane, of Wailuku, preached In
the 1'oreign Church, Hilo, Sunday, January
6th, morning and evening. On Monday he
staitetl fur Kilauea, returned Wednesday oth,
and pteached again in the foreign Church,
although quite tired. lie sails soon for
America. He will be greatly missed. Ills
hoped that in the course of time he will return
to the idands. He leaves on account of his
Plantations oil Maul have been busy culr.
ing ihe damage done by Ihe late kona, A
drunken attack-by Germans on one native took
place at Kltsihulu on lite night of the 30th,
and the native would have assuredly been
killed h.'d not coplc commenced tu shout
' haul In." The Germans theu ri main pro
ceeded to their quarters singing the Watch
on the Rhine, The supposed citminal aflct
wards gave ball for too.
1tf .lofllrtf TVfViiriMr t rttttptlHt
The Mutual Telephone ( ompany will prol
ably soon be actively in the field. Some of its
matctiarwa to 1 shipped from Chicago on
the 15th of last month and more or inc 27th.
It is expected next Tuesday by the Alameda.
The new company will operate whatisknown
as "the cable system," which may beilcscrlbcd
as follow t A number of wires, insulated as
perfectly a possible, arc bound together In a
cable. Kach cable goes lo some one of several
stations, terminating In a specially arranged
Ihix, from which Indlvldual'lincs radiate In the
direction and lo the distances required. If
an individual line be discontinued, it is cut off
at one of these boxes; If new- subscriber come
in, they arc connected from the nearest cable
Iwx up to the full number of wire in the
cable. The company will begin with a system
of nine cables, a follow! No. 1 from cen
tral station to a Ihix located near the unction
of King and Mllilani street. I'roni this cable
Ikix will lie supplied the palace, the govern
ment building and residence In the Immediate
scttion. The cable will contain 30 wires; No.
1 will run to near the corner of King and
South streets; two cable will be employed,
one having 50 and the other 30 wire; No. 3
gun In the half mile jKiint, near the head 'nf
Lmma street, and employ two cable, one of
50 and the other of 25 wires; No, 4 stops on
King street abreast of the jail, nml has one
cable of 40 vvltcs; No. 5, near the coiner of
Alakea and Katiwlla streets, one cable of 25
wires ; No. (, corner of King and l-'oit, one
cable of 50 wires; No. 7, corner of
Merchant and I'ort, one cable of 40
wires; No. 8, corner of Queen and I'ort,
One cable of 40 wire; No. 9, corner of Alakea
and Hotel, one cable of Co wires. The new
syitcm will be(in method, ceitainly) a mani
fest improvement upon the unsightly display
of wire now carried along our principal slrcels.
The underground system of telephoning has
not yet been perfected anywhere. A great
many cities have tried various inventions for
underground insulillng. A recent experiment
in Washington is spoken of "as probably suc
cessful. Rut when Judge Widemann, picsi
dent of the Mutual Company, was in the
United States, he found the telephone men
there were fighting shy of all underground
experiments; and he saw nothing that justified
him in trying the experiment here. lie found
the cable system to work admirably wherever
tried; and has secured the plant to put it into
spualion here. The aggregate of assured
subscriber to the new compiny is already 310,
and the aggregete of the wires employed
in Ihe nine cables will be 440. The company
has secured the lot on the corner of Alakea
and Merchant, and purpose erecting a building
suitable to their needs, and which shall be a
handsome and substantial structure as well.
The company expects to carry out its promises
of supplying cheap telephone rates. Its officers
arc confident that telephones can be profitably
operated at $3 a month eace; and will make
the rate even cheaper if practicable.
Tlir hull- 31 vh. Mill.rr.
The Advertiser of last Wednesday had the
following account of ihe funeral exercises of
ihe late Mrs. Catherine Mak'ce :
, Services were held at 2 P. xt. yesterday at
the family resilience on llentania street over
the remains of the late Catherine .Make,-, rolh-i
ot Capt. James Makee. The attendance was
large anil the evidences or sympathy general.
Thccnskct lay in the centre of three roomsopen
inc intoeach other byslidin" doors. A nrofusmn
of llowers had been emploved to form the
memorial decorations. At the head of the
casket lay a pillow- of roses, symbolic of the
periect rest tnai nail Dcen lountl hy her vvho-,e
mortal frame rcpo-,cd below it. Against the
side of the casket leaned .1 floral shaft, and at
the foot lay n floral sickle. Crosses, crowns,
harps and various oilier exquisitely arranu'e-d
tributes ol allcclion were placed upon the
cuii.ee in ciismsc-u ainunn 11, 1 ne licstowal
of floral decorations was never nmro mmrn.
priatcly made than in thpease of Mrs Catherine
Makee, whoe life has been almost literally
-i.ui uiiiwnt; iiuhcis; aim wiiosc lasies anil
'sympathies fitted her at once to appreciate
their best beauty and lo cultivate Iov- of them
in others. When their family lived in Niiuanu
Valley, opiosite the present premises of
Queen Knima, ihe flowers of that delightful
luiuc nc-ieiicsc-iv L-uiy laiuous, anil me lainily
home at Ulupalakua might not be more appro
priately named if it vveie located in the valley
of Sharon. The funeral services were briel.
Rev. S. C. Damon officiated. Mrs. A. I".
Judtl, Mrs. II. I-'. Dillingham, Mrs. Laura
Dickson, Mrs. W. W. Hall. Mrs. S. M
Damon, and Mr. J. II. Paty sang the hymns.
The services opened with a translation of
hpiltas hvmn, Allcs Schwindet ; Ilcrrcn
Ilrcchcn. Then Mr. Damon read portions
of Ihe Kpiscnpal burial service, including the
csii.icis itoitt inc 39111 nml ootn Psalms anil
f'otn the I-'irsl Corinthians. On his remarks,
Mr. Damon alluded to the forty years he and
his family had known Mrs. Makee, and spoke
appreciatively ofthc uenial influence her llf,-
hail exerted upon the many families with which
sucnaii come in contact. After prayer the
choir sang linratiu Ilonar'sPilgrim Song, and
the mourning congregation was dismissed with
After Mr. I". Dillingham had closed his
purchase pf Wood's Ranch, he immediately
set aliout surveying its possibilities and was
not long in deciding that at least a lwrtion f
it was planned by nature for particularly desir
able building sites. The properly lies east of
uie i-anjroati ami runs Hack to anil across the
main Niiuanu stream, to the summit of the
ridge. Iletwecn the road and the ravine the
land is an irregular table land, descending on
an easy trade from the site of the dairy
premises. The rqaikai cud of this table land
just mauka Queen l.mmas premises is
admirably adapted by nature to just Ihe ends
proposed by lis new proprietor. He intend
o lay out a driveway from the road to the
ravine, following the irregular contour of the
maikai Ixiundary of the proierty, and along
this driveway to sell building lots of Irregular
form and varying sire. The plan has not yet
taken such slujw that lis exact conditions may
Gc stated. Hut that such a plan will he fully
carried out, Mr. Dillingham's well-known
business tact jirwl energy are the sufficient
guarantees. The lots in question will com.
maud a superb outlook. The view of moun
tain valley and ca is scarcely surpassed in all
the environs ol Honolulu. The atmosphere is
Ideal. It rains there a ttood deal. It is irm-r
but the east side of the valley is far less wind
swept than the west side and the summer rains
arc incuntiderable. For summer residences,
hii.e who have summered in the upper valley
will appreciate the possibilities of the plan.
Details will be given as the project develops.
Some Idea can l formed of the nundx-r of
people the Central Pacific Railio.nl Company
of California employs from the following table
which lias been furnished the state bureau of
lalior statistics. It imnihcrs 8.086 nersons.
comprising 436 clerks with salaries ranging
Itoni S50 to $:oo a month; J2 aircnis tuid
fiom $50 to $225; 221 conductors from $85 to
$115; 1 S poit ers rrom $40 to $90; 4 messengers
from $2 J to $35; 740 nation lalwrers from $60
$751 7- hrake and flaiimcn fiom 6t to
$So; 13452 laborers from $35 10 $90; 3,388
receiving not more than $55; 60 pumpers from
$65 to $S5; 195 patrolmen from $42 to $55;
845 mechanics fiom $5,2 to $84; 143 engine
wnwrs at sooj 00 cleaners at $001 287 steamer
lun.:. ftom $60 to $i7jj 19 in shipyards from
35 I" 9104: 391 engineers from $Ss lo Siaci
3SS firemen from $6$ tu $Soj 12 draughtsmen
from $7 j to $200; 79 foremen from $105 lo
$200; 570 mechanics from $60 to $8;; and 50
watchmen horn $55 to $60.
Allusion was made last week to an lllus
tratcd aricle in the January number nf I.lppln
con's Magazine, written and Illustrated by
Mr. J. D. Strong, of this city, and descrip
tive of that thricc-told talc, the coronation nf
King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiotani. The
Illustration arc piquant and just sufficiently
idcalicd In detract from their photographic
accuracy, and yet heighten their effectiveness
a illustrations. A few cltlr.cn and citircncssc
arc introduced Including the little princess
with a long name--Victoria Kawckiu Knlulanl
I.unalilo Kalantnuhhilapalapa Cleghorn, Mr,
Afong and two of his daughters, and Mr. Neil
Adams -now afar. The text is charactcrired
throughout by a mttnle that Is simply irrcslvl
iblc. It, i apparent that the mind or the
writer is torn by conflicting emotion. The
temptation to be wittily sarcastic and wickedly
frank struggles all along with the necessity of
lieing iolile. Ihe exigencies of good breed
ing require that hospitality mud be respected
-and yet, it is all so droll I Wisely the coy
writer doe not dip scry deeply Into w!it!c.
True, daughter of Kve, however, she. might
not leave the witches broth quite alone.
t-vinmug couiii nc iieuer (trout n woman
standKiinl) than thist "There arc several
rcaVms why I shall not enter Inlo the potillcal
question of I lavvali nr tell why the opposition
hate the king and call the prime minister all
sorts of hard names. The first and conclusive
reason is that I don't know. To all npiear
ances Ihe king is a kind, Juvt and dignified
ruler; but I nm only a woman and politic
are beyond me." Here I a graphic much
from n description of the luau t " It was a
warm, tropical day, with jnsl a breath of the
sen ; and the natives were brilliant in wreaths
of gaudy llowers. There Is a lilt tc yellow
fiower "w-hich the native thread liy the
thousands on a siting, until it look at allis
tnncc like a rope of dnirling gold These
wreaths, called lels, are twined almut the
wide-brimmed hats and looped into the hair
(the women have all magnificent hair) and
they form a striking adornment lo Ihe rich,
dark skin and southern, sensuous beauty." In
another paragraph n well deserved compliment
is paid Music-Doctor llcrgcr. Gingerly,
decorously (and, of course, quite inadequately)
is described the htilahula. Hut the attist's
pencil- in this instance more telling than her
pen gives one figure, a hula gitl with arms
extended and knees mod lanqtiorously pressed
together, which is a neatly pontic as a hula
pose may possibly become ; and it is not lewd.
The article closes with an account of an even
ing dancing patty at Mr. Henry Mucfarlane's
Waikiki home. These arc the concluding
sentences ; " Iletwecn the dances we vvcmiut
on the veranda, and, leaning on the railing,
looked at the sea lolling in over the coral
reefs to our very feet. The air from the
water was deliriously- cool afler dancing.
Then back through the house, to where supper
was served under some low trees, and we
could look out on a weird cocoanut grove,
strange and fantastic in the moonlight. Oh,
Waikiki ! tropical, sentimental Waikiki ! 1
wonder If anywhere in the world the moon
looks down on a lovelier spot."
The Jlfi'rhiml " IVnrr-.
The " Merchant or Venice " by the Hind-niann-lleaudclco.ubination
was played before
an interested audience last Saturday evening.
I he character or Sliylock, on which so much
of the play hangs, was excellently filled by
Hc-rr ltandntann. His Sh) lock shows careful
study of characler, there being nothing of the
ranting disorderly Jew, so often acted. Miss
Ileaudet, notwithstanding a few un-uumount-able
difficulties, played lu-r part exceedingly
well, although there is rather too much same
ness In her adaptation of character. Miss
Forest, as Graliano, added no doubt to the
good opinion already formed of her. 'Ihe
rest of the characters were filled by amateurs
who played their parts as wellns could be
expected. Mr. Lobbet, a Itassanio, kept
up llic interst nf his part throughout ; and
assisted materially to the successful rendilion.
After the curtain fell, Ilerr llandinami and
Miss Ileaudet appeared and honed to the
audience. On Miss Ileaudet withdrawing,
llerr llandnnnn made a short speech to the
audiencc-.speaking of his successfully engage
ment, his intended "Narcisse" and Miss
Ucaiulel's benefit, his former visit and Ihe
change since then, and also how thanklul he
was for the kind support he had received from
amateurs, etc. On account of the lateness of
the hour, Miss Ileaudet did not appear in
singing and (lancing. The farce "Matrimony"
ended the evening's amusement. It was rather
drawn out. If the good points and joke were
all put together and the rest left out it would
not have probably tired the audience as much
as it did, for before the farce was ended nuin
liers of people had left or were leaving the the
atre. It is not quite fair that theatre goers should
he treated twice lo the same play, tinder
different names, as was the case with "Matri
mony," formerly played as the "Happy Pair."
Narcissc was given Tuesday last for the
licnefit ofthc library fund. It was well played,
attracted a large audience and netted some
"The Woman of the 1'eoplc" was given to
a very oor house Thursday nigl t.
Miss Ileaudet has a benefit to-night. Hist
Lvnne will lie played, The lady is dcserveelly
a favorite. She has worked hard to please the
the public and deserves a benefit worth the
The dramatic writer did not sec Narcissc
last Tucstlay nlgtt. Hut' the Advertiser man
did. After Incubating from Tuesday till Fr.
day, he gave a waiting wptld his pregnant
thought In a critique lint the exigencies of
space make It necessary lo condense, It is
trusted, however, that the spirit of the original
The assemblage was one of the most' critical
and fashionable ever brought together on the
island, It was asnlcud id sight lo see
so many beautiful and well dressed ladies In
the theatre. Among others there were those
who had never U-cn In a theater before and
who look the advantage of enjoying a noble
play under the piisc of Charity cmering many
sins, (if ihe play and Ihe performance
all sjicak unreservedly in the highest measures
of praise. Narcissc is a drama which belongs
In the lofty and magnetic school, and that 1
Its chief cliaim. The language Is lofty
and at times sublime, and the distinction is of
a poetic and legitimate order. We will not
attempt lo give the plot nf Ihe play, as our
space Is too limited to do full justice to such an
undertaking. IUrt llandmann carried
his audience with him from beginning to end.
A man who hat piayeel one pail over 2,000
times in two languages must 1 quite capable
of lining justice 10 it, ami vvc have no lies!
tadon in adding our laurel wreath to ihe many
Out llerr Haiiduiaiiu has gathered. Miss
Ileaudet was simply grand, How this lady
maiiaucd lo lljy two such imimrlanl narls in
one piece with such equal perfection is more
man vvc can understand, huilice ii to uv that
she was splendid in both, The house
Fancy llerr Handinanii " toting " off (he lei
prepared by the Tiser's dramatic nun.
This following officers of Polynesia FncaiiiM-
iiicnl, No. 1, 1. O. p, F wvie Installed al
Harmony Hall Friday evening, January 4,
1884 t ,M. D. Monsairal, C, l',j F C, Kowe,
11. i; W, C, Crooks, S. W.s James Sim-
ruoot, scribe j E. W. I'eleiion, treasurer 1 T.
J, Ngl, J. W.
Itos-nri ti, II. 1 . January t, tWi
The principal business totdc for the Tek has 1-een
the establishment of the new bank of precle! k I o.,
In which Llatis Sprectels, I I Dne and W (J. Iririn
are the advertised partner!, which opned for business
on Iueodarlaslal W (I Irwin A Co.'s, and bavin for
ils eorreionilrnts ihe Ainlo-Califnrnla lltnV of Salt
franeiVo ami ils agencies. 'Ihe new coin, was Issued
by the imw bank on Mondajr, for Ihe first llme.aml from
the great Marreity of ilunciTbf tate, they lure len
readily accepted and In fad notuht for ; bnt the regrei
has Keen etnressed that a new concern of this nature
should Mart on a sllser lads which virtually Indefinitely
postpones our arriving at a eol I basis as n-eenl currency
discussions contemplate.!. Ibe matter Is treated else
here in our columns
l.nrnl trade shiws Utile evidences of activity, though
llh Ihe ipeninu of the quarter a Utter condition is
liored fnr. Prom the ether islands we learn of one and
another plantation resuming grinding, and In a short
time alt will W actively engaged in lemming their
products lo market. A change In ownership, manage,
ment and agency of the KllanerijIMantation, Kauai,
occurs again. Mr. It. A. Met le, jr., resurmni; his re
lalionship therewith ,iml C. W Micfarlar ft CVs.
(akin Ihe agency. Oilier managerial changes are re
ported 10 te contemplated.
Shipping movements have lieen somewhat free for
the week. In arrivals we note the Cunsuelo, from San
I'rancisco, with an assorted cargo of merchandise and a
number of horses, nudes, etc., to W. (J, Irwin & Co.,
the Aherystwlth Castle from Liverpool with a Isrge
cargo of tuple European goods lo 'Iheo. II. Davies
Co., and the Kosboljnik, Kussi.in war vessel, from Val
paraiso. Among Ihe departures the Hope and Itora Illuhm
have returned lo lnmbr port on ihe sound, in ballast ;
the Knluna has railed on another South Sea trading
vojage, and the Mariposa ami I'.lla have left for the
coast, bolh well freighted with Island produce, valued
respectively at $rl7.8jt3 and J6, ajl.w.
A tiumlier of business cirration have declared divi
dends for the fust .purler, vli: Iriler-IsUnd S. N. Co.
$4 per share; Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co,
Jr per share; C. Ilrewer A Co., $j per uliare; I-O.
Hall k Son, tj per share Halawn declared a dividend
of $5 per share November ;th, and Ji 50 again I)e.
cemlierjtst, and the Hawaiian Agricultural Co. $.1.50
also per share on same date.
Mr. Prank llustace.for several vearapast theeflicient
mansger of the old established dr.iy.ige business of the
lale C. I'. Ward, has recently purchased the same of
the eslate, and will continue al the old aland. A
change It alw reported again in ihe American Kxpreis
Co., Mr. Avhley retiring.
'I he City of Sydney may I t.ioled for as due lo
morrow from the Colonics en route for San Francisco.
It Is rciwrted that ihe Hell Uock will bo the pioneer of
a new line of steamers between this sirt and China to
lie known as the Hawaiian line, and that she will be
due here from San Trancisco en ronle, In the course nf
a few weeks. We are informed that Colonel Spreckels
left Instructions at San Frincisco, where she was to In
vildat auction, to purchase her fur lids service, but it is
rimsibte that the rumored established line may be prema
ture. It is to be hoped thai we are not to be nauseated
by Chinese In such quantities ns would require such
large sicaiiiere, else not only we, but "Uncle Sam,'
would cry aloud against It. We have already heird
hie warning voice on Ibis subject, and it behooves us not
to provoke such foreign Interference In our Immigration
or kiltor troubles.
HONOLULU S10CK AND HONI) LXCIIANOi:.
Iliere was no Sessions of Ihe Slock and thiud V.x
change this eek. 'I he secretary wailed an hour fcir
the meinlwrs who 'fiited In conned."
.liana, sen, Irom Hilo ,
Mokofii, stm, Mcllregor, from Kool.su
,it.iu, nun, rsniK, irvnt i uiu niui way ioiis. ..
Iwalani, stm, Cameron, from Kauai
Haleakala, sell, from I'efieekeo.
C. K. Illshop, stm, Dwis, from Hamakua ....
Consuelo, Am bgine, Cousins, from han I'ran-
Nellie Merntl, sch, llrouncll. from l-ahaina.. .
Waimalu, sch, from Koloa. , . . ,
I'auahi, sch, from llarulei.. ,
James Mikee, stm, from Kauai.........
Abervstwilh Castle, llrit ship, Harries, from
Lmiiia, sch, from lleeia ,,
Khukai, sch. from Waialua
I.ihohho, sch, from Naniliwili
Uosboijnick, iiirsis, Heltebrand .'
Planter, stm, Hates, from Kon., Kau and
Likehke, stm, for windward ;orts. Jan la
lloiie, Am bk, Penhallow, for l'oit Townscm!., " la
D"ra Illuhm, Am tern for Tort Townsend " i
Malolo, sch, forllilo ' ,
Waiehu, sch, for Waianae ' 14
Kilauea llou, stm, bears, for Kaholui " 14
Kob Koyj sch, for Koolau M 14
Mana, sch, for Onoinca, Hawaii " 14
Mary ti. roster. ch, fur I'unaluu " 14
Kalunu, Haw sch, Luvett, for Snub Sea Islands ' 14
l.uka, sch, for Kohala ., ' t4
.MariiKjsa, Am stilly Howard, for San Francisco " 15
Iwalani, stm, for Kauai.., , " is
Kinau, stm, Kinj;, for fliloatid way puns...... " iS
C. K, llihop, stm. Davis, for Hamakua " 15
Mokolii. stm, Mct.regor, for Koolau " 15
I'auihi, for Hanalei M ,5
HaleakaJa. sch, for rciicekco 10
lames Makee, stm, Cameron, for Kauai. ...... "6
V.lla, Am bklnc, Clifford, for) S4J1 Francisco.... " 17
Merchant Vessels Now in Port.
AiiKKvsTuiTit Casnn, Harris llrii. ship.
CdNsttcu), Cousins. ,...,., T.A111. bgtne.
Kva, Wilknuii Am. tcm
llaztnu, licnicy , Am. bglne.
Im-ANI, (.arrets. Haw. bk.
I. A. F.vlMNUUKn, Goudman Am. bktne.
K.VI.F, Kothfoss Haw. bk.
Scvktan Crosslcy Am. bk.
KnsnolJNlcK, Heltebrand. II. 1. K. M. S.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Iioston, Am. bk. CrvlaiN flarsluw
Hue, Jan. 10-13. u. Ilrewer Ji Lo., agents.
Ikkmfn, Ccr. bk. mica (tollman
uuenow. llaccielUo: Co., agclils.
(il.Ast.ou, llrit, bk. IIikmah .Wilt
DucAurill.s. O. V. Macfarlane A. Cn. .',.m
llusiiiot.irr. Am. tern D. S. Williams Olsen
Due, Jan. ao-aj.
K.viiuiei, Am. bk. F. S. Thompson 1. Potter
LlVSMIlMIL, llril. bk. CLAS (tKANT .
losail end of Dec.
.Vtw Voks, Am. bk, Abbik Cahvkk I'endcltoii
cue, April ao-zj. castle a, c,uoL, agents.
Pour liAUULK, Am. bktne. Kirs A I- Kobinson
Due now. llackfcld & Co., agents.
San Fkancisco, Am. hgtue.-IIicsi-ltklAN..... Winding
Due Jan. 10-15. llackfeld & Co., agents.
San Fkancisco, Haw. bk. Kalakaua Miller
Due, Jan. atraj. P. A. SchaefcrK, Co., agents.
Svn Fkanciscii, Am bgtne. W (J. Ikwin .'turner
J)"e Jan. 30-35. W. II. Irwin &, Co.. acenls.
San 1 kanciscii, llnt.s.s. jfitvlANtilA Webber
Due Jan. 97. II. Hackfeldai Co.. agents.
hvustv, r.M.J.s. ClTVoKSvUNltv, Dearborn
Due Jan. at. II. llackfcld & Co. agents.
Utsauov, Am. bkine. Klikitat.,... Culler
Hue 110A-. ItocklcM 1,0., agents.
.ii rHSNci-.cn, Am. sun alasikiia .Morse
IJiieJan. 33. vv, li, Irwui it Co., agents.
From Maul and Hawaii, per Planter, January 11
Capt f Smith, W O Atwaler, Hon if W Pdipu, .
Koch, A If Smith. II II Vllcos, VV F Roy. r 1111.
man, W S Kay, I) D llaldwin, Ml.e A Pads, KM
rrom Kahulut, per Kilauea llou, January 13.
Ilishop WHIN and wife, li K Wood, MraSOUiii. K
M iicIkU, W T Khodes, M h Corrca.
From Maul and Mcdokal. r l.chua, January it
Hev father Dasiuen, Mr Kalelcokuu and wile and
child.A Unna, Mrs Akana, K W Mejer,
From Hamakua, per C R llithop, January is -Mra
J K Mills and daughter, Miss M ktcaid, J llardv.
From Kauai, per Iwalani, January ij J v Wil
cm, Cain AMbom. D Scholia and daughter, laniis
Kollofeu, J 'I tiomas.
Worn vVindward Porti, xr Kinau, January 11
WK Austin K Uwtf, Mrs J Kaal, S I' Wahihcnul,
II P llaldwin. II Curnwell, W II lladey, Cko K
Kichardsun. J W Kalua, K Catlun, C Along, V V
Horner. J McDadc. W 11 Cuminincs aiul wild uii.l
children, Miss Ilonnclt
r roin San 1 rancisco, per Consuelo, January 1 3 Mrs
II 'I urncr and son, Mrs Ja Turner, Mrs lieu Shuinom,
Capt 1 1 McDonald and wfe, Cm S Ma) ton, Charles
Pratt. Frank W llrown. I II McDonald. 1 llraikauu.
J Arp, J Marsden. '
t rruiu liliaina, per Nettie Meirill, January 13 II
imoi, aim M!, .ir .ilier.
For Windward I'orte. per Likthkc, January 3 W
ov, W Priestner, S Wvtoi, J l.viich. C Cuuirell, W
For Kahulul, per Kibuc llou, January 14 Miss I
Tanner, lion J W Kalua, C i'ran, h Miuauley, J rin.
nintf, Mr Conic), J llennell, J Keaue, If WibMcr,
II s., r aui,j, , ciuijiujucs,
ForKaual. oer lames Makee. lanuarc- ,A tn.l
j ,, " . ., Mam, j i itRciiii,
I L'.LIn. ...I Lu. ....I .......l I U II...'
lllckox. j Lyons, .sirs at j-njii ami ton. If Merger,
liov F F laiw, Mr IVul Neumann, Ca II Hester,
laxiU 1'auloi, Manuel Viver. K Hruwn, Mrs 0 John
sou, Ah King, Jnu Calhoun, A Vcrivai, Woe lilumlicld.
K Hall, h brduiann F Koppler, C Mageuiau, Lhciy
'lln Kcc, K M Dowrart, F II lUrtils, Ah Me, Wcsj Mo.
SPUrn.Jiu Kelll), C hiniih, Way, It lj.g.n'
beryandfamil) f,L SI KuLiiky, J T Votf, Wong Kow,
ii (jujwue, a r. i-Kgus, rl Jung Wai, VV J
f c ,Sau Francisco, r iUla, January tj (;u SmiiU,
00 pigs cigars, lobaow, and drugs Ddliiutuuu
Co, I irni safe, 7 pkgt hanlwatt 1 Castle Cooke, 3
Keitly, 147 pkgt pipe and ttltuigt ; A L Sinuh, 4 pks
taerthaadii ; HawalUn Carnage lfg Co, j pkgt
fvlloet I I. yean k Co, 11 pkgi furuiteer R Ulbuean,
e-Jpkgs feed; Irain & Co, j,6 pkg, groceries, diy
K.p, an.1 faed, 377 skt spuds too Jj tkt Hour, 1 ct
paper, rs furniture, 13 Lndia. Ivaadtea ; rVbasfcr
Co, S speeds, tj.oou gold coia 1 bresuvech Co,
ft) tit tpuds. 3 bat tiutds, ly kit apples ; I T Watsr
nueu, llplgsgeuauictllMav 4 Co, ii past grcr
cki t Level, Co, a4s pk giucevUs j teauau.
r ion huteka, per l.va, January 0 Wilder & Co.
Joj,6fl rw lumber,
From Son Francisco, per Maripuaa, January o
Macfarlane c Co, test t, beer, tn a wfiiAeyi Sulli
van. Itucklcr. 4 Co. Mlbkesfcedt ll.anu. Sil-..
j.,. a.w.uir, jj. pgs grain auv leeo, 9 pkgtclrutt,
,eui in gold I lUlcs i Co, too J tk. lUr, 10a
)" a1" ' ?. !: Nrslull, 71 ct sdt i K Singer, jo
SkS IwUI t U Illulao. linen ifmrirW- Riiuu. A.
-. Ij itkirs ,tr,iu I M. tnti.a tf.. ....
pkJ groceries. C O lierger j iron tafes , F J Higtirts,
.rkjf.earrlages. It; pkgt carriage materials .( I W1
.iiacrvrlane lo. 1 hell and futures, fao U tk (lour,
injks middlings, 1 lor steel, 4ICS spirits, 14 cslvpe
'"'t'"Pef I4ll'pnds lo sks onions, ties apples,
( RVVon.1, ! 1 r sewing machines 1 llrown Co. so es
Kin 1 A F Cooke, 137 pkgs provisions 1 Davies M Co.
61 pes and tars iron, 50 pkgs limp K stores and fnln,
"7 tJs gmcenes; It-man Pros, s pkgs groceries.
K ?! dK VriM Wo,fe P-1"''. r pigs groceries;
II HaikfeldAlo, lcsper, rs cotton; Hawaibn
Hrrtel. 1 es paper, I es groceries S J Shew, ij kegs
nailt, c jellow metal Kenneily, t et groceries 1
lwert l Cooke, m desirs, t pigs trees ami teed ; II J
Nolle, tscscraclers and nvslers 1 P Mclnerney, 8 cs
candy, ) es dales Phillips Co, M rs tobacco, eggt,
and groceries j Carter Co, lf. pkgt flour and fn.l ;
(irinlKllim t!o. rs ,lrw fffbwt, , liLLnnAnA t.. .
ri-i , njonnstn, na pkgt Hour, ltotatts ; Utt, Jr, A
n 7 pigs stahMue.v! flrewer Co, txvrn gold t
llopp A (.,, m is furniture ; Sam Notl, 10 pkgs
Kirdware , Nrsier, t horn, 6 pkgt hose ;M .leln
erny, tfW pkgi appfes, onions, and ntatoe ; Mellis
tiros, s c merchamlise t Wells, Fargo, ft Co, 34 cs
merchandise j Order, jAcs merchandise 1 cs wagnri
Ihinese firm, i8jj, ts nierchaixlise.
tlmports r several vessels held over.)
For Port Townsend, per Amelia, January S 31
lirit mol.is,s, gSotls : domestic value, $135,44
For a cruise, per koung I'hieniv, January o-Jpket
i pkgs rum and alcolml nlit foreign. $nt
For San Irancisco, per Discovery, January to
5,440 pkgs auar. i,r..j,5oi tin ; la r,
5o,n" IM 1 6j bnchs lonanas 1 domestic value.
,,. ,, , , -.--"-.,"--, .-.-....,..- .i .,,.-.;
ror am rranci-co, ;.er vy 11 Dimond, January
10-4M1 pkgi sugar, sij,7o$ lf.s i domestic value,
lor San francitco, r Klslnnre, January to
.S;i pigs sugar. .67,071 D.s I 1 6, pkgt rice, .6j,ro
lb. ; 501 brlt molisses, l6,l gls 1 ;J tmeut Innanas :
domestic value, $39,493.45.
For San Francisco, r Llta, Januiry 17-twt pigs
'ar, 54,l3l ti ; 1 jo blls mlaw,' 3.040 gTsj toot
pkgsrlce, trJo,oo tJj 13,0 dry hides ; it calftkin.;
1800 goal sllns; 338 hags lice, aj.goo tin : domestle
value, $46,391. 7a
For San Francisco, per Mariposa, January it 1 i.ita
pkgs sugar, ;,57S,4 n-s 1 590 figs rice, akonHai
f"".ir.P? f"u'K 4,at lt ; 85 bss liel milt ; Jj
hnd 1 hides ; iihndls sheeskliit 935 goatskins; 1.1m
linchl bananas ! domestic value, $117,811.13
Joaqulri Miller snys th-tt tlic essence of
I love son, love; I love you, love
Hut, oh I ) ou must have money.
All the world knows something of the
merits of Thompson's corsets. The unh.ippy
woman who docs not mii-lit to visit Mr J. T.
Waterhousc's No. to store, and Investigate.
And if French or American manufacturers lie
preferred there arc many in Mock from liolli.
A Massachusetts woman was so jealous of
her husband's first wife, that when he died
she refused to allow him to lie tiuricd beside
her. She remarked lo the undertaker .11 ilw.
funeral: " I ain't agoin' to have that woman
a-ieanin on Jim s arm at the resurrection day,
if I kin help it, you bet."
A remarkable matrimonial compact was made
at the United .States Hotel in Fresno, Call-forni.i,rcccntlyliivvhichN'oilillickokandi:iiia-belli
llickok then married for llic lliint time.
They had been twice divorced. The bride
and gropui have readied the mature age of- 73
and 87 j cars, respectively.
A tonic that is free from alcohol and )ct of
undoubted recuperative value, has long liecn
sought in the medical world. It has .often
been found and many such tonics now exist.
I'crhaps the latest and most popular is Verba
Hiicna Hitters claimed to be non-alcoholic.
Hollister ifc Co.'s Fort-street store sells it; and
give simple glasses of it free.
Heggirs arc artless creatures as well as un
fortunate. When one of them soui-ht alms nf
us, saying he was a poor scholar, we asked
mm a question 111 Latin. "I don't midestand
you," he resided. " Hut I thought sou
were a poor scholar?" "So I am. I'm an
awfully poor scholar, for I don't know any
thing," was the reply, as he slouched away.
Kennedy et Co., in their popular Hotel;
street store, will have by the Alameda, a full
line of J. II. it T. Turher's American gro
ceries. I lie line will include fancy groceries,
preserves, dried fruits, evaporated fruits and
tinned goods of unsurpassed excellence. It is
the specialty of this house to keen Amninn
goods ; and though Diglisli gixids will be kept
to lilt luiicrs, yet American lines will be kept
Thus writes an Australian oct not having
the fear of Mr, Squires before his eyes :
" Vou'd better sow your coffees grounds
'I he second week in March :
And vour blue' prune, 111 earl) June,
Or ) ou w ill get no starch.
"To gather pumpkins, shake the tree,
Hiat it the iroper course ;
Too soon you can ( ( l-elleve us ) plant
,V 0ur steak and o) ster sauce.
I he turnip llower often blooms
On country hedges wild ;
Aiul tulipseat exceeding tweel,
When they're with arsely biled.
" Put lime u,ou your oyster bed ;
And for the rabbit pest,
A 'howler' pray to come and slay
And he will do the rest."
O EMOVAL NOTICE.
.TL'S?1 r"THRUM '"as re-established bit Ml'. R.
? JlSX.?llcEK'1' S-IATIONLRV AND NKWS
AGENCY In Ihe CAMI'llCLI. I1L0CK.'
News I'alrontand Subscribers will please lake notice.
TNOWLES1 STEAM AND VACUUM
C. IIKEH'EK eV CV. ACEXTS.
IlatnkT Oil liantl fllll nnrl a-e-.tttesl.ta. t.-t .t . 1. .
ale thraitil pumn, jut rtc"n-J xAmj futntr
.tteitt neriiuii. s sjuranicc mem iti ie intraitcr aii.l
Uttcrthaii any other M,r of puiniiiiinifuJ. Wc call
e atttmlon of platitert lurticuail) tu llitf Vjccuih
.icealile tluntxlicr umM. if
The unilei ligneil tcs,cctf!illy notifies his liatnait
II1.1I riitiAtiti)Ja u tit 1, .. ....1 I I 11 . - - . .
. ,, w.H..t. nlIa Mi I-IS-KIMS7I1 MIIU IWItMCll 1ION1 Ht
Accpunuf (he Ui quarter arc ilwirt.1 to lute early
lalltnl la ill. Ilk Slltl t l.aa l.i.I.l.a -..a. .. .... t
THOS. a TIIKUM.
llieS-VIUKDAV PRI'.SS I'lUNIINH OFFICK
he niedliilii III Ne luaitcrs tn ilia UVMI'IIKI.I.
IH.OCK. and It IHtlalnl 10 utlriul 1.1 hll ,.U. ultl.
tlter talisfacilo.! than heret.jfoie, through its im-
l(wi,u ,aLii,iis- ,,u sivaiii iiowvr,
'IIIOM. . TIIKUM. 1'reinl.iM.
ivi:n'. i;.ri.. "...:. "-."v.." ,"..":
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....- ..v i.i.....nt.iii wtr.i, I4lf IJ (MrUIHril iV lll
SAITlcMAY VhVS l'rli.llrn OiTmc, (whiiij j or t inviuh
or iartlcuUrt aj'iJy tu
or THOS. . TIIKUM.
The I'lUJi NAMi: ol ASIII.LV & lll'linvmi
It ihtt day cllaiitfis tu fM
Atvei-lotsB Eayrtiiis Coiupauy.
II. I', IIKIIIIAItll,
January 1, 11(4,
TIIE HAWAIIAN BARK
Mas jlsy asaivan
Willi 14 Cruff.i-ie llumh,
, , , II. IIACKFKI.U4 cU
Honolulu, January , 4U4.
(raatisaLV with ki,lm iV rn.)
WMemult imI HrlHll tlrurrr.
ill, KlsoSratar ...I,;,, ,Vso llasuosiir Ui,l,
Family, llaouiuxi, aud Ship ucvts suj plwd al shod
nuk.. New foods by t.try Mean. Didtf o
elvauber lUanJtalikredlyeaetsiltd. '
""I"""" ii IJJ-fjT
l)Vri iumI MITTS, til ot lU tai.u tlylwaud
li.mttaaaA &.a swill l. a .. a 11
1 "-mith. & (
At the Residence of Mrs, F- M. Perry,
adjoining residence of I". II. Hobron, r..
On Srttnritrty Jnnnnrjr 28th,
AT to A.St.
Will tw told (on account of departure)
THE r.NriKi: HOUSF.IIOI.HHJKNirURK
In parr at follows
Il'il Imnje, Rocking Chairs, llractels,'
I'lctures, Cane Chairs, lledsteadt, Mat.
rasses, pillowt, lllankett, Coverlets, Mos
quito Nets, Tablet, Mirror, (ILets and
Osb I'ltsoroarr, Imlon make
Dining Table Mile 5U.I.U
Hath 'Tub Kitchen Stove ami Furniluie
A Small collection of (looks.
.'. ' AHA. MX,
Ii McCANHLI-S, lUnkrupi.
ON rUrJvDAV, JANUARV itsu,
AT IO A.St.
mi the premises, Niiuanu Slteet
For Particulars see Posiert.
h. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Estate of E. MtCAN'lll.nSS, llanknipi,
WEDNnSDAV, JANUARV jtn,
at 10 A. el. on Ihe I'remieet.
See ptisters for cirticulars.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctloner.
I am inMr.it.M Lv F. A.SCllAF.Fr.K. Ko.. Picfu.
lor of the uillftf M. j. l-s,,Ifc.vt!(to rll al public
AT MV tIPIROOM.
On Sntni'ilay, January 26th,
at 13 o'clock, noon,
SOUTH .STRHKT, HOsVOLULU,
aJioinini the residence of the lite M. I, Ro. havin
an average frontage of 50 feet on South Mreet. ard flu
:rage ucpin 01 i 3 irei.
WITH Tlir IlL'llhlNr.H TttKKKON.
K. F. HiCkrRTON, Attorney
EGULAR CASH SALE.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25th.
K, J'. .HUMS,
FOKTSTR l j3
lmiorler and Dealer iu v .
Chaiidchert, linis. Pendants Hracket Lamps;
O TiilHikir, bide 'lubular, lloilini;.ious,
ami Police Lanterns; Nurse, Pocket, and
Table I -shims ; (Huhcs, Chimneys, Reflectors,
I.anii Holders for tcwtn-machiiics.
S10VKS AND RANOFS-Uncle Sam, Ruck',
ratent, Klclimniul, Ka Mol," I'ert, Osceola,
Hawaii Aloha Alnicda 1-lora.
MISSISSIPPI RANOE-CesAiiuj capacity Tor icu
FRINCH RANOKS For restaurants, hotels, and
fa-ivate residences, with tr without hot water
WESTENHOLMS I X 1. CUTLERV:
A fine assortment of 'Table, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Forks ; Carvers and Steels with
plain and ornamental Ivory handles ; also
Pocket Knives, Rasors, Shears, lluttuu hole
and Indies .Sc-istors, llrrad Knives, Ltcnuine
l-rvnch Cook Knives, lluteher and Kitchen
ll AS KIH St
Ladies' Work.sram! Ilaskct ; (lfTic-e, Lunch,
cuumrrv aiHj .siarset liasscls
DOORMATS Assorted suet and patterns.
Robert llrtilhert'and Merblen Plating VV'urkt ; fS
Hater ami Cream Pitchers! 'luble, Deseri,
and 'Tea Knives; Forks and Simons, hiiooii
Holders Napkin Rings, Uiildrtn'l Muijt,
Pickle and Cruet Staiuis, Putter llowlt.
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Pre-erva
A15AI K WARE I
Nlckle mounted Tea Sets, in pail or whole,
very neat and desiiakle; plain Cooking
Utensils in ksrete variety.
Milk Pans, Puiblini; and plain llatlnt. Milk
llodctt ; Rice, Jell), and lle-eresin Mouklt ;
SAUCEPANSEnaiucled ami linncd Iron, from t iiit
'Toilet Sis Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake, Cash, and Knife Itoset; Spittoons,
Cuspidors, Chlldren't lra)s,
Fairbanks' Ptatform, Counter, and Kdclieli
Mobile Plows, Sliuvels, Spades, Hutt, Kakts,
llkeaikl Manure Forks, Oos Host Handles,
Plow Handles and lleaius.
ICE CHESIS and REFKKJKRA'IOKS.
IIAI.IIWIN IUIUIKK CUTIKRS-Tlue. sires, l,
I, iKi and a-incb cul, an A I arlicki.
Warranted lsl grades New Vork standard,
aiid tarhollicd, M, )i, I, lK. iHi bull
llusc, iioiilet aial sprlnklco, lie.
PI.UMHKR AND TINSMITHS" MATERIAL
Miccl I .tad, i o It lbs siiuare Iiaa I Soil Pipe,
lead and cast run ; Waltr Clewcls Caset
Sheet T bi Sheet 'Aipl-sr. clean and luuwsl,
il lo t, or.; Ilte IliLU, Kouu; Sinkt,
black and enameled ; ilitta Waehstandt 1
bbeel mc ; Soft Solder, utir own laake,
liAI.VANIzku IKON PIPE - lot inch; elbu...
F reducers, pluift, buJuoic.
PIPE VICES' lake lo j hub jp stocks and diet,
cult ji tu ) inch pie,
tKI CACitS Lareese. vmrlely in marktl, ab.ltd,
.) WIJ, SO 1 tr act wite.
ItMlV CAHRTaOKS, los WheclUmuwt lk Ho
n liajri-JeiellvsceUUaled Fiia and llurlar proof
KslM, Wekeepkl slock flw largea aeton.
, sue! U isttu u U found wtst ol" CalifornU.
Cuts tuikd upssi apidecatiuii,
LSFMSKi!i . . .
, nsr ses eai puiuaituna svfeei
small ui makes li IU.
- .",! 70isss. ui seven
I fufl dtrecjiou iur wotkliur.
WajiUit ou iMitkalipu. Vf e
,ta uttfvtr tuts inn mint
sstsjtlmlrtt Saldiud- only cose '
t uMBmt-aafu. i)
CUSTOM WORK U all
sbtel Iron woikhs
over store, WtV
by f titnpeitTit
BEAVER ULOCK, rO' STRKBT,
" NloeUt tliptuc. btvsr lleaa tlov e4.ilasn,,',-ia4
ttDoTrrM)irr it. m ui
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