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Honolulu, Hfiwalinn Islands: Saturday, Mriruli 1, 1R84.
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torn Ht tastttireu Hejuw tH "QmMt girl
wanflhw alseut maHmn't tart.
And In eatlad H "Ireatr wV
I IVardty our. how ft tarae aroma1
Hat fat aH that rjfctjra ttMt-e
Wo eat In tiW tvattkeat wnl ri.l.iaJ
I aalMMl pktan ate at drtet
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AM I oft It aw- r
m a-tvret aotritnwTM.
M floH k , tlM otter trtenr
,ltl lit irll til iWM.il U tiulfc- lhf ..ISa
Wkk trie rttatk of atari taker mmlulr,
Asset dttDMacsi on her bnatt, to bright.
Orattltw MfMlhM Vnti tw,
'IM I to my l.i lb TnnMan" :
Aral Maetoatn aMtt tkh tenor not
Tie am a to dtp soft .. m.;
Al ko kM m iMHkI la iht rrangtM ay.
At tt rtranl U Jim, He tht tat burned few,
" Urn UntJarAmir
Ik esaatrrfar teeee ta kk bos of time,
Uaaarl -. at hk bad Jatt i Km
'fk it tku mi Aobi ihaciiy (,
lMf kbcafkH i bran hail hern.
'lV MraM, loo, had a ttar la Iwr y.
VaafdkamaaMlkM hr (titer had gowhKli aD.lr
ftr W. awiw, undw ih. oM Mar Ay,
To h oM jHad life m Sfuhv
Wai, iktx h ow ftaM-m bat ui
Tegnlwr. ny bttd hatrailwd and I;
My aaw a Aral , ny aacra-hat.
And kan en the ut hard by.
Alt both wax ifltM, and boih m and.
Uk qaato htaiwd on her fall, wl.ii. jrm,
VTkk thai r-.l, iadakjm ah he had
So rardWvai of hr chami
I lata not a doubt the mn Ihlilinj; tlmi
Of karfanrnt tordgood wj ihit hi w.i
Who died the ridttft and roundnt of men.
The Mantaitof Carabu.
I kapa that, to gat to the kingdom of heaten,
"HllDaa a needlt'l eya he had M to ;
I oiah Mb. v0 for the jointure iren
llaawkila, 1 wai thlaMag of ray nm lo,
Ai I had not brai thtaLias ofautht for yean.
HH over ten; ,t, there bog,, IO ,
!onhog that feh hhe lean.
I ikoofbt of the drew that the ware lau time,
jhaa aj tood'neath the cyprvee-traot, together,
In that Ion land, m that A dime,
la the crimeon etenrng weather.
Of that moelin Jreae (for the e a-ie hot),
And bar nim. wMie ndc in itt golden chain.
And her full soft hair, jiw tied in a knot.
And filling Iouk again.
And tkaiufnin-flover in her fair young trout
(Oft, the biot, eawtatll oflrut javnm.lla.rr).
And the one bird nagin; akxre in hU nej.
And the one lar over the tower.
I thought of our Intle quarrthaad rU,
And the letter trntbmaght me Lack my ring;
And it all teemed then, in the ate of life,
Sh a very Hrtle thingl
Fof I trwoght of her srave below the hiU,
Which the Mntiael cypre-tree .tAndi orer,
Andlthdaght Where ihe only li.inj uill.
How 1 oouU forRive her ..J lore her! "
And I ewaar.at I thaazht of her thai in that hour,
A ad of kaw.ailetail, ok! thiat oerebett,
Thai t MatttlieMMllofthatjatiin-llower
Vhkh the uuj toocar in her breatt!
It aeaeh to faint, ami it tmelt u iweet,
It aaaita me creep, aad it nuje me coJJ!
Uke the aeent that eaU from the crumbling sheet
Where a inumaay it half unrolletl.
And I turned aad boded. She m tilth j there
la a iHnt bg orer the uage; and Jre.1
Inlaw aaiuuit J,,., ,0i that full, ft hair,
An ! ttut Jaunin In her breAHl
I one hi're and the H thete:
A ,hf lilioerinj borM-thoe curreJ bctnecn:
Fro n njj rjrule hctrothM, ith her raven hair.
And fcr aumatooiit, eoornful mien.
Ion, early bit, nttl) her eye doxnost,
Ai.J ve. the lirimrene face the .hade,
(In ihort, from the Katurcbaelc lothe Iat)
ITiere oat but a ttrn to he made.
T i My early kve frotn aay future bride
Urn jo .mcut I louVeJ. Then I Hole to theduor,
I I averted the uuage; aad down at her tide,
I w-i ,wuv; a Moneat more.
My thmki'i of l., or Ik muvic't ttrain.
Or v.nv th.ojt wtuch never will be oepteeted.
Had urjuilu her bach ftom the grave ajain,
Willi i m iiirum in her breavt.
hlM it -i dej.1, and the It no) wed T
Hut the !... tee now, and the loved roelhen I
Vn.1 the very hrvt word that her aaeel liv aalj,
M bean grew youthful again.
I be Mar hiunex, there of Qarakat,
V i a akby aa4 vvbmt aaj lundeooie ttill ;
Vi.il I at r her wll, well lei that jtiM,
Niio may wed wbomtoever the lll.
Hut I will many myon hnt love,
W uh 'ver ivioiruw faoa, lor old tiling, are boat;
Ai J lue il ,er m her baron I prira It abate
I lv le-ooch m my Lulya breatt.
1 he ar hM u ailed with lolly and tin,
A 1 1 t nm ctiag ahere it can I aay)
r t aui iieatycaoaaht.fi a In ;
Hut oi.e imi t loved eiuy dty.
An i I ih, ik m the lure erf nlaM wooien ad taeo.
Pi ianw ataaa,IaiUBaaaaMkaa4
It. t .eik-a.loMUiW 'Mwfcan ((m
To can, Wh aukl kt lerji.eii.
n J th. uaelt (4 that i.nJa awee !
Ait 'i mat taatk ! an) .ih, th way
Jo j v mj rary ow from the .leatjoa tuacr,
A" m a i tjtUf U i
Ae tt utdar J or. '
inn i rvtltUMnaiK IttlTiAlJVK,
Ivi rv tei in the kuttte aa ftlel
-' i ta'wla," aavl a gala nigS
lit .t uir fotw UevetleM-eeee
Vt m. r, a aamaajtliriit.
And 1 tali-lot la tbfHa ,).;
My (U. . gjod I'd . I ay cUtev j
hu al an t draok la cweey ) oe
tifllien.li ioroex vveve
1 o-r at Uw i atsdaatf a! fnejunu .4au,
nd i .paa.taj tnt het wau aliVt i
Aihl I tm , 1h.m4.1i that a lueukal luute
hh. Jd al er aty fat thel ogaa.
It I I Aet avrott at the nt.ie stated,
Ai.vt ihe 'owda aa4 tta ratawy lift.
And, th.ie 1 1 hor boa Haaauueta at areatt,
I Met the )v of aay w'n,
Abl 1 1: at that lawnoM I lavoJ h ttlL
sft. tt poailvo. but very fair to we.
Ana I uiM nut credit ine aluvett of ill
I hat hd tuotlftetl her aud wo.
Va. tt t j to t. udu the uaal,
I U tx.vvr ih gtkat Kauaaet t
Ui ,fii .tfc kaovwtced ttajfaU
I le i .a wnl Divnu J
w ' J petlfl 1 i tIy jeun.
A" j a" e oaaie tw th In art I
llei o. x t n it, na watttrvng
Uttr tatd t u beat aail,
1 tartiti a tut aim. awk lealled ;
Th m4l oat dust Ht utteravot, tiU "
Ai tb iet'4e .jurfl nituhaU
Wt lite Wi,httt st iu itU.
Atrl the light kt ary heart wa rajmlng low,
Aral lire tte wed utterly void and bhtth
Tke hovta eatre hreatttetl a auajiaitt or m
A the ttirpoil on the tlriabHitg ablrib.
Twa. a gruever heraal to craat, wfeai
In her waV aV nod JUrraeoted lott. :
Hat nothfrtg to that ohkh erfetehed bveween
tW IfanaielahvolrodMl frnnvad th tltoenTai
hf injjrt a hapakM It mam t
far, tVaokingom of that km, I oangrrt
aty wife', toft, violet eye.
Tea ant teflwhtt her dancn aaM, .
I can not ten hat aty own rktated,
Hat that moamtt tpmt fonaraar iki
Ulamatt I crateed to her rWe,
1h Mr " aamambala'- m bar alanV
llaacVjaktltM ttoetj, hat I can nottrel
Pot Ike wiWI aptoante prad from rank lo raaV,
Ami k all teevav meant for me.
For I kan not ironed on a trailer plank
The guwtaater brvdge of a nrntaal ghMtro
Aad now aty Hfc re no longer Monk,
Awl tk fatare tee me all rarravnee.
t tWve) erotted and reached her, my own, m) wife
Aad trttak- vllrl laath whh the wild " lliam r
U at th lavorll opora of my life
WW be "Ui Sonnamreiln."
-G II. Jut?.
TH fVI.V THM,t.
"lat Hi me aua Cammelint"
1 tWttV that wit the ey ;
The hovM wai iwcVed from pit In dome
With the gallant anil the gay,
Who had come to tee the tragedy,
Aral white the hour away
There wat the tuined tpemlthriA,
And teetuty in her reime ;
There wa the prate tmtoriafi.
And there the man of rhyme,
Aral the turly critic, front fo front,
To toe the (.lay of trim.
Anil there aat pompom Ignorance,
And Vice in tloacrs and lac;
Sir Cnrtut and Sir I'amLtrai,
Ami th ruutic phyeil apace.
Uutof that croaj I only taw
A tingle, tinjle face.
That of a girl whoiM I had known
In the tummert Jjng ajo,
When her breath wat like the new. mown hay.
Or the tweetest ilowert that grow ;
When her heait wat light, and her toul wat while.
At the ainter'l driven tiww.
And there the tal, with her great lirown e)et;
T "hey aor a troubleil lok ;
And I rend the hittory uf her life
At it a ere an open book.
And taw her toul, like a alimy thing.
In the bottom of a brook.
There the U in her ruitlin tilk,
With diamond! on her writl.
And on her brow a gleaming thre-id
Of pearl and amelhyat.
M A cheat, a giUcJ grief f " I Mid,
And my eicl were rilled withrnivt.
I could not te the plajert play ;
I heard the music rusan ;
II moaned like a diiraal autumn wind
That die in the woods alone ;
And when it stopped 1 heard it still
iThe mournful monotone 1
What if the count were true or false T
I did not care, nut 1 ;
What if Camille for Armand died t
I did not see her die.
There tat a woman opposite
With pitcout lip and eye.
T "he great jrreen curtain fell on all.
On laugh, and wine, and woe.
Just as death tome day will fall
Tvriil ut and life I know 1
The play wat done the bitter play,
And the people turned to go.
And did they tee the tragedy!
They tow the painted scene :
They taw Armlm), the jealous fool,
Aral the tick Parisian queen X "
Hut they did not tee the tragedy
The one I saw, 1 mean.
They did not sec that cold-cut face.
That furtiic look of care ;
Or teein; her jeaels, only laid,
"The Lady's rich and fair."
Hut 1 tell you it wat the pb) of life,
And that aoman plated Despair!
Tfom.1 1 Bilt AMrich.
The New York WotlJ, recently sent a te
iwrtcr lo interview some of the Xew York mil
lionaires on the agitation in Congress for an
income tax by which those whotealize$io,ooo
tir mote yearly should be made to pay a wit
of duty is very much discussed in millionaire
circles. The question propounded by an in
terviewer, " Are jou in favor of taxing all
incomes over $10,000 '? brought the following
Russell Sage said : " I am oppoted to tint."
Henry Clews said: " I am opposed to it,
bcciuie il it inquisitorial, anti-republican anil
demoralizing to public morals."
Uufus Hatch favors fie per cent, on or oer
,$10,000, ten per cent, on $20,000, and a pro-
portionatc increase as.mcn U-coma richer.
George J. Sency, rrcsident of the Metropoli
tan National ILink, decidedly opwses taxing
personal property and Incomes.
George A. Coe, Picsidcnt of the American
Exchange National Hank, says it is not (air to
make such a law. The man who lites oni a
stlary it compelled to jiay for the litcliluxxi of
himself and family out of it. It it jutt thai a
man should be taxed simply because he tlraws
Charles II. I'oote, of Hatch & Foote, said ;
A lax on income of any amount Is entirely un
necessary. The Government is tich enough
now. There is no emctirency to be met.
William Pane, 1'rcsidrnt of the Hank of
North America, Mtnngly opjiotes an income
lax, .tc there not enough taxes now ? The
Government' income is too large ; it needs no
augmentation t II netilt a reduction.
U M. Ilailnw thought a measure of tliat
character would lie an unjust one, unless the
income tax should be made unifottn.
Itatliue Wormier believed that the revenues
ate loo large already. They should lie Ic
dnce.1 rather than augmented. Ihimli now
have to be called In before maturity, thereby
tinUtrraMing the .National Hank.
1 Ke Is an nllrgc.1 society tuner that hn-
Wife and polo will be uertalcd next )car
j- frog-liuming, (u)t the New Yotk cottes
wndent of a San Krancisco paper.) This is a
jitlle too much. can stand a gowl ileal from
najiety ixtjurr, but when it mercilessly tosvet
out lp healthful and delightful spoilt so as to
inaugurate n era of frog-hunting, it goes loo
Mr." .tic paper in question says ihat the
popular st)le of frog-hunting eonil.tt in loading
a Hat-lottoin boat with girlt, and hanging
Itghltovci thebowtof the Iwalt. When the
f't, come to the tutface, attracted by the
I'tfhts, the iN tpear ihcm with long and
orruinsiilttl jaydins. The article further says
il It not considered proper lo have nunc ihan
four girls in the boat at ono time. I'd like to
Jtoqvt where Ihc men are all this lime, l'ot
sibly they gl out and intsrt. No rowboai on
carlii would I large vnough lo aaniniuislaic
uric girl ami a Jatelia arid a pursuing fiuj.
thnjidiet'are expected l. carry Iheir ' frogs
atwnsl a)tb them the day after tbey arc caught
In ortianitmal silk pouches.
The fitsl nenriy to occupy th bench In a
nmihci n tute h aludge r,ice I, Kuffirt of
Mavsachusetts. He was r-ml. .Y?,.:ni
Judge ofilie Char leslown circuit.
" My tleur," aafil Mr. I'ortftrmwn in her
hitslvtinil, hut evenlnit, "I wst l.ikinsj over a
bundle of old Inters trwhty, find fnotnl this
one, which )ott wrme to me Itefnir we tvere
tiMrrfetl, when yrm were )'iiig ami svnti
" I'll rd it."
"Sw-tr-trdtd nfitiy lonely heait 1 If Ihou
will place thy Itaml in mine, and say, Mlnir
love, I'll lie lit) In-lile, well fly tn etmny
Italy, untl 'rventh soft, ecrttlenn skim we'll
ImsV, rtml sine, and dteain of naught !it love.
Kicli ami costly palming b) old masters shall
adorn the walls ol the cattle I'll (jive th?.
'I hy Itath shall Ire of milk. A Itnt at the opera
shall Ire at thy cotnintnd, and myall) stall lie
thj ilail) visitor. Sweet strains of music shall
lull thee at eventide, and wrttbllnR birds slutll
wake thee from th) motnlng slumber. Dost
tltoii accept? Sty )e, atxl lly, oh, fly with
'.' Ami I llew," slid Mr. Popiierman ; "but
if I had been as tly as I am now, I wouldn't
have lltrwn." 'tvtvi UtnxU.
A WISP. PKECAtrriON,
(.altno, who K'nds his summers in the
country, his iwo electric bells at the head of
" One of these bells is for your tenant," re
marks one of his friends, " but whit use do
)ou make of the other ?''
"Oh, that one leads to the dog-house to
notify my dog to Intk if I should hear burglars
in the houe." tjmhn Fiipirv.
A TPRKIIILF. M1STAKK.
How a tejiorter lost his gtip s
sickening Thud tjnee Iintcred a newspaper
Office and Complained to the Mamging IMitor
that he Had been Ihdly treated. "And how
so?" inquired the Kditor. " In your Account
of last Friday' hanging," explained the Ag
grieved Thud, "your Keporter made no liefer
ence to mc. Although I was with the Doomed
Felon when he Fell." "Your Complaint is a
Reasonable one," Quoth the Kditor, and he
discharged the reporter Forthwith, -l.iltrtil
.inrj'ra from the CMeagt AVrrv.
A cobbler's sign in .1 country town bore the
announcement : "Shoes half sold seventy-five
cents." A lasting drummer, observing the
ontmission of the "c" in solcil, stepped in, and
thus addressed the artisan :
" You advertise shoes half sold here ? ''
"Well, I would like to understand what
you mean ; whether you sell half of a shoe or
half of a pair for seventy-five cents, or whether
you hive a lot half sold or haven lot half of
which you want to sell. It' the most ambigu
ous advertisement I ever saw."
The cobbler scratched his head and looked
up over his spectacles in surprise at the drum
mer. After a pause he asked :
"Can't )ou understand by the sign that I
put half-soles on shoes for seventy-five cents?"
'J No, sir," replied the drummer, " I can't
understand any such thing from your sign.
You have left an V out of the word ' soled.'
anil as it stands now it means to sell, or al-
The cobbler smote his hand upon his knee,
"Uy jinks 1 I thought that word 'sold
didn't look just right. I thought it wanted an
'e.' Thank you, sir, for calling 'my attention
After the drummer's departure the cobbler
wentjjutside with a brush and added an "e"
to the word, makinglit " solde." Somtrviltt
He was a reporter from a morning paper.
He came into the office of the povtoffice in
spector, as was his wont, and asked cautiously
if there were any news.
" No, nollu'ng much," carelessly replied one
the officials. "Have )ou heard of the new
"What new order?" eagerly asked the re
porter, making a move for his pencil.
" Why, that the government is not going
to issue the postal cards any longer,"
" Where do you get your information ?"
" Well, we haven't any official information
vet ; but we know il is so."
"That will be a great hardship to the poor
people," ventured Ihc reporter.
"I tlon't see how- it will," replied the
" I supoc it was done on account of the
reduction on letters to two cents." .
"No, thatasn'l the reason they decided
not to make Ihcm any longer," spoke up an
" Well, what is Jhc reason then ?" asked the
now dctpcrate reporter,
" Why, simply because they are long enough
now. The government aim the iieoplc arc
very well satisfied wilh the ptesent length."
The door slammed hard as the reporter went
out. Chititgo 'Jiifomt.
A FAIII.E IOR TIIK IikAVE.
A lly, observing one day a sheep running
with great rapidity from a forest, enquired 1
"What is the matter, my friend?"
"Matter enough I" panted the sheep, "Dear
lly, in yonder wood there it a lion 1"
"Really? and w lial of that ?" returned the
fly. "Surely, )ou are not afraid of a lion?"
" And tlo you indeed not fear him ?" gatped
"Certainly not io prove it, I will inysell
enter the vsotvd."
The lly hurried away, and returning after
some lime, rontinuej :
"You are tight, my friend j ho is there j
but really there it no occasion for fear. I con
versed with him for some minutes, and I even
flatter mjself that it w at I who annoyed him.
Pray, do noi be so limit! I"
At this moment a spider, who had jutt com
pleted her web near by, appeared itiddrnl) on
thetcenr. The fly turned pale, and, without
warning, fainted quite awty. The tpider,
selling him, Ute him Into her web, whence
he never te-apprrd I
" Alas I my ftient!," sighed the thcep, at he
walked quietly wy, "It is m,i so much whal
yixi ate afuld of, as it it the being atraid l"
AVw Ytrk. Lift.
Skip this inragraph (u)a ihc rhmwi Met-
akl). It Is ttully onfii fyr publication, got
into ihlt column by mistake, and was happily
ilitCQVeictl tn tvjnc to !e turned on the jres 1
pwf t 00 da peii ot pq ut i
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flONCI.UIiFti FROM Ol'lljafll PARI-
with the United States, " IMrific ixirts
of the United Stales" taking nearly
our entire production!..
The custom's revenue this jrar
allow, n gain of $71,911,89, nearly as
much as ilu preceding year's gain. We
give herewith a table showing the re
ceipts at the .several ports of entry for
the mst three jenrs:
It SliiM S
Kahtiral... 8,764 44
lltto 1,184 at)
All other jems. 3tr ro
Totals ....$4t,iot.oi $505,10.9 $!;,lie.S;
The ixusenKcr statistics for the )ear
show us the tor) favorable addition of
7, .'5 souls. This increase of our
population is principally in Chinese,
Portuguese ami l'.ttrotean laborers.
The dcKirtures of Chinese were but few,
while the South Sea Islanders flocked
homeward, over three to one. San
Francisco passenger travel, not includ
ing Chinese, was over two to one in our
Taken altogether, the jear may be
considered to be a satisfactory one.
Real estate has been active at en
chanced figures, and buildings of vari
ous Kinus, many ot mem ot permanence
and giving our city an appearance of
Miltdity have been erected, giving
lucrative employment to a large force
of mechanics and directly benefitting
many lines of trade.
Professor Schcnkel, of the University
of Heidelberg, having completed the
seventieth year of his age, has just
retired from his theological professor
ship. I le was and is one of the fore
most representatives of the extreme
liberal wing of German theology, and
years ago was a power in the land. 01
late he has said but little, and but little
has been said of him.
Several mountain tribes under Ali
Pasha, formercly chief of the Albanians,
have revolted and seized the reins of
government. On the 19th of Jauuary
they entered Montenegrin territory, but
were repulsed, losing fifty men.
All last Thursday and until 2 ,. M. )ester
day morning an inquiryproccedtd before Judge
Aholo, at Wailuku, regarding the late railway
accident. Attorney General Neumann asked
for a nolle prosequi in the case of I'.ilea, who
pulled the pin, and Conductor Charley. En
gineer Parker was acquitted from blame b) the
judge; all three had been charged with man
There will be no pctformance by the Hart
ford ministerel troupe, as stated in the local
page of to-dajs Press.
Waikapu began to grind last Thursday.
SUMMER READING FOR OLD
The following comprises the list of ltooks
now in stock at
1'Iioh. G. rriii-niii'H IToi't
ami presents an excellent opportunit) for per
sons in the city or on the other islands to make
selections for presents, for library reference, or
for summer readings
Abbott's History; 10 sols.
Among the Alps; A. T. S.
Amusements, by II, C. Ha) den, D. D.
Army of Viigmia, by G. II. Gordon,
Afler Glow; No Name series.
Amongst Machines, by the author of The
Art in the Middle Ages, by Paul I-acroix.
Agriculture (Tropical), by P. L. Simmons.
Among Sailors, by J, G, Jewell.
Art Suggestions, by Carter.
Adventures of an American Consul, by I.uigi
Art in Ornament and Dress, by Chas, lllauc.
Ait in Japan, by J. J. Jarvis.
American Shepherd, by Morrcil.
Architecture for Students, by llnrton.
Architecture, by Hussy.
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