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Ol It IIOMII.lrl.l t.UTTMS
I rnl 'plum In hi Mttltntt.
In the cool haunts ol fln oriental ga
tonia has showed me the pteiiy tittle C lunisc
t.ite lie ha evolved from hit fine, itthtetii,
The IliltrnUflH Hotel
Ii 11 ntciv ccncrallv i uni-cdi I that Mint
languished the fair bwn Mm, at pretty a i
(,hrnee maiden at one would
. Publication office l t Merchant street t B
f inrlsl rnomt at let Fort treet.
' bnhtrrl'jrrt and AdvertUen will plea" address,
TIIOS.O. THRUM, Publisher and J''X',, b. Iter father was a wealthy mandarin and vvas
.ZZTil In'. 'TURDAy'p" BSS ' ' fiercely proud withal, lord,,, I, fn the m(W ,
Notice olany events of Interest transpiring- on .avage manner over Miss Suon j and her
the other Isltn Is will always be thankfully received j,,e frc,ttieTS and lister J. At timet the'
for publication Correspondents are requeued to , mM . )m, ct)ing anj furRet , .
append their true name, " f""""'' ' her halrand pot It upln curl-tutim. lint ,
not lor publication necr-"j """" - - , - . - if
. ... .. ul .-. t..,.inx In ood faith. its pretty maidens wcrrnot hern toTvteci
banc .mil immaKination. and I think my I nR Hmt IiweU (- t-U onl) fuflidVm ' radih of
rlter l acting In Rood faith.
silence cannot be better broken thin by retell
Ih to we. i 'n" or ,'le 1""' lnf'l 'e following vettes.
in a tomevvint tlmllar vein 1 -Ion t Know
who wrote them t with I did :
enny Ico loo was a Japan, girl,
A child of the great 1 ycoon
She wore Vr hair bald, and her etotn -etc made
Half prtlkoat, hah pantaloon.
Her fea vh the color of lemon pl
And the shape of a laMe spy.
beam and convexity of prow to make him an
ideal liin-kecpei. At it is, lie make up lor
the Inn angularity ol hit physrjhie hy a
warmth and uilmniiy of treatment which has
gained him the tolitlquct of Jolly (ieorge. If
one may forget hit exceeding thlnnc there
, it little to rnutrel within Mr I'atnelt't tkill
in Interning; and the hostelry over which he
ImiUiingt of which Honolulu hit reason to be
nioi promt. It has in its Kwer to make or
mar the lvof or visitor, to a degree not to be
lightly dupirngcd. If the hotel cm be tup.
r!etl on -lit present plan, it might to do
much to attract foreign visitors to these shore.
If it. it nol supported, lit failure will
In an Injury to the entire kingdom.
AUGUST j, 1884
Confucius sayeth) Soon Kilt thorliftsLforgot A lvidsme young chap was Johnnie III IIL
, 1 1,.. . 1,1 . ,,r.l ,., ill., JtH, it, ' " wore paper-mulii clothes
7ie l.lhmry ie,it,j.
The home n-arming at the library buflding
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now ndet with a rod of tteel-comed wi,,i '' '-r 'B' - -i'i'"'"'-1 coa.t produce nu a,rt..i nmeh.-n iw irwm
iiiviid iiti'i w ill (iiittti t ! iiim I'l-viittii't. iiiiii i - ii,vi.,"ii "n.ni.vu. . . 'ii'-'n .-..,..
llnsi i i Auiust io, 88
hil tht etk pai hs fttw n nochanKr in Ux-at trade,
there h4 liven a little more animation In rommmUl
elrcl, throtiah the fminey in arrltaU of forelpt
thippiny Since lt ln e nolt the arrital of the
barltl Ceylon ami Catilma from llnnic Kone, nllh
light csricoc of aMrtfd t hlnese merchamttw; and a few
paehjter, the former to Prefer ft Co and the Inter
to Smc Cliottn & Co, Itie Amelia with Inmber from
llomholdt, to Allen k Kobirtgn. i at ham), a alio the
N II Ditnond, from San FranclKO llh a cargo of
f nmlrnntil eir vf Ihr lire..
iaturJiy, .Uigiiil Jjr,l The home ad.
Journed this afternoon for want of a quorum
until Monday, at to a.m. The Cldnamin
arretted )ctcrday for opium smoking wfll kn
tenertl to hard latior one month and fined $50.
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand gave itt usual
concert at Kmmt Square, pitying three new
)i(.CM,1 nalUe Iwy nameil .Maka, living at
I'uukolo. look a pistol from a trunk found in
,h rmnn of hil brother. Kaom, and after
locking nolnti.l It at another native boy named lurccne where theoldman hadputit preparatory
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Mnkuiaolc. The plttol went Oil ami ICriOUliy iu icimii); uicKny u run. ouuii rvui u.iicu
her trnublct and commenced to flirt with the
young Mr. Ah I'un who lived just ncrnst the
way. It wat said tint he carried royal Wood
under hit pajamas and the mandarin looked
favorably upon hit suit) but at soon at Ihe
ftlr Soon Kiss found thit out the kicked, and
plainly told old functiltat-familiat tint the
loved a gill-edged Hritither who had been
feeding her on Knglish bon bont and praising Ihe
cut of her Irouscrloons. One day when Soon
Kist came home from market she found the
house in a hubbub and the pig in the audience
room drinking sam shoo cut of the soup
. .... .. ,. , .l r -.t .1 1.1
wouiulnt .MoKUtaoic in inc lace mm niuuiur,.
Ihe ball wis extracted by Mr.. Pitch. Maka
nas allowed to remain with hit father until
n,ntet The Independent citlrcns of Hono
lulu gave a reception to the Independent mem
in'tt of the legislature nt the Lyceum.
SunJiy. Aii(uit 14th Andthcr flic occur
red at a quarter past two o'clock this morning
in Ihe ston of I'. A. Uhs, on King Street,
The fire was dlscotc'cd by a clerk and the
brother of Mr. Dial. Captain Mircos warned
Mr. Dias and family to escape from their
apittmentt up sltlrsover the corrugated Iron
loofof the store, winch they did just In time
to avoid death when the roof fell in. The in-
tide ol the store was completely mined and
nothing taved The lost on the Hock was
about $ 10,00a J Intured for $S,6oo. The
building was insured for $5,000. The origin
of the fire rcmtlnt unknown. Uev. Mr,
I'oihct preached nt l'ott-St. Church both
morning and evening. The usual services
were held in the Catholic and Unghsh
churches. I'ralve service wat held at thcY.M.
C. A. IU1I at 6 v. M. Kcr. Mr. Oggel
preached at the llcthcl, In ihe morning lilt
subject wat, What wc Know About the
llihle. The steamer Waimanalo took a
patty of excursionists to Pearl Riser and way
places ; It It tald they returned without seeing
MonJay, Angiiil Jjlh : The house voted
$5,000 for the ai I of Iolani College. The
opium bill came up again and was quietly
laid to rest by a vote of 21 to t6. 'Ihe new
library building was formally opened J the
Hawaiian band wat present. Mr. llcrgcr and
his boys gtvc "Le I'ctil Duke" a scnnatlc at
the Hawaiian Hotel. George 1 why JiJ you
tell your age, nobody would have suspected it.
Dr. McCSrcw wat more circumspect and
lltlencd to a midnight rendition of Yankee
Doodlo and Ihe Star Spangled llanncr from
behind .1 shutlir ! but he said never a word.
The Kmpire Siloon held a first-class bac
chanalian orgie to-night ; the proprietors
should put more water in their whisky. Mr.
D. II. Thomas, the contractor, met with a
mishap at the corner of King and Alakea
streets which resulted in the upsetting of his
Titeiily, An pi it j6th The sale of
damaged goodt, belonging lo P. A' Dias, look
place this morning. The underwriters real
Ized,$l70 for what was lift of the entire stock
of $10,000. The American bark Ceylon,
from Hongkong was towed Intoharborbythe tug
boat Pcle this 1 1 A. M. II. M. Corvette, Con
""sTaiWeTarrivtd from the islands a i2 Km., wilh
Com. Major J. H. Wodchouse. C. U. Wil
son, charged for assaulting a fireman Saturday
Morning on Nutnnu street, was fined only $t
and costs, the assault being made under aggra
vating circumstances. The Honolulu Rifles
postponed their weekly drill until to-morrow
night in order to attend the Remcnyt concert
and hear the new march dedicated to them.
It was announced that instruction in algcbta
tor young men, and also instruction In singing
for both ladies and gentlemen will be given
hereafter at the V. M. C. A. Hon. D. II,
Hitchcock left on the Kinau for Hawaii. He
returns home before the closetjf the session on
account of Illness. The army and nav) bill
as killed In the house. The Uishop of Olba
left on the Ivvalani to dedicate a new church
at Kapaa, Kauai. He will be gone several
weeks. The fire department met and ap
pointed a committee of nine tu investigate
Mr. I'rank May's conduct in demanding
money from Mr. 1'ico. David Adams fell off
his wagon on the l'alolo road and was fatally In
jured j he died the next tlay.
H'iJntsJiiy, Auguitrfth : The appropria.
tton bill passed ill third reading. The Hono
lulu Library Association commenced re
moving their books and furniture thit morning.
The Honolulu Kiilcs spent 2 hours drilling
thit evening ; Captain Aldrich says the bovj
vll Hand fite. Small audience at Music
Hall. The Vulletin reporter stumbled over a
filt of lumber " ntar the entrance to the
English church on lleictania street." When
did hecel It ?. I'ool race of 100 yards for
Sioa tide on Hotel sttcct. Simt won $5 of
the stakes and VcCait)' $15. The Titer
aided by the Honolulu HoJt Club caught a
thark near the spar buoy ; happy dude I
Thursday, Auuit iSth, Only one drunk
lucky llickcrton ! llergcr boyt plajcd the II.
R.' walti at the hotel; happy Kentcnyi I
Hon. K, M, Daggett, U. S. Minister, and
Henri Ketr, French commissioner, visited the
Constance. rrinccst, Llliuukalani left by the
sleamct Jmki Makee for Waialua. , lady,
whose name is unknown, had a nanow escape
from being run over at the corner of Hotel and
' Forttttrett If some of our flyhackmtn don't
look out their numbett will be published.
Capt, It. G. Morse and family leturned fiom
a trip around Oahu.
Vi.jy, AjjuiI jfth? The boiler inspection
' bill wat killed In the, house thit morning.
. The coinage leport wat prccnted to the house
by Minittcr Cibon thit morning. A tinging
clast was formed al Y. M. C. A. by Mr.
Yarndley, It will meel rcgulaily on Tuesday
, evcnlngt, The minister of the interior enter
tained some Irirndt al lunch, Including tome
tneniWrt ol' the pteV The marionette troupe
left on the Kitsap for l'uget Sound, The
house unanimously passed a resolution turn
plimcnUft to President (Jodfrcy Rhodes,
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand, under
the direction of Mr. Itcrger, will play ihe fol
lowing irocramme at Ktmna Square thit
afternoon at 4130 r. u. 1
Owrtun-.' lolls Students'
SeUoton " llxcaccw ..'.....,.. , bup
Cftil-"iJodut ". ,, ,, M,Lerma4
0lvU-"llru ".,,,.. , ,.Uiit
upon all thit with a smile of quid sarcasm and
said to herself, " Well I guess the old man is
off again, and has been raising the very
Jericho I " Hut Soon Kiss had her mind
immediately disabused of tint idea when the
tervantt brought through thcrootnon a ttrctchcr
ihe mangled form of her Urilish lover, who
it seems bad scaled the garden in hopes of
stealing a meeting with her, but had
been grabbid by the watch tlragon who
had molt unmercifully laicratcd hit leg. Soon
Kiss told them they had better put some of
that famous Chinese salve of her father son
the wound to it would be well by evening, at
the wanted him to take her to the icccteam
saloon, but the old man wat obdurate and
swore that lie would keep hit salve and let Ihe
red-headed heathen die unless Soon Kist
promised to marry tlieleslivc Ah Fun. Soon!
Kirt decided that she must forego ice cream
for one night nt least. "1 hen the Knglish
man shall die and be buried without roasl pig
on hit grave," quoth old man Ah Kiss. "So
let it be, " twcetly murmured Mist Soon Kiss,
and she immediately ordered her carriage .and
drove to the house of the American Consul
and asked him if he would lend her hit American
eagle for about an hour and twenty mlnutet.
The bald old gentleman firrt tried to flirt with
the fair Soon Kiss, but when he found it was
no go he put his spectacles on the table be
side him and acted a fatherly part. Well,
Soon Kiss got the loan ol the eagle and, re-
paving ihe old dufftr with a daughterly kiss,
started for home. When she at rived she
found the old man under the tabic and the
Englishman dving. N'ovv, Soon Kiss
wanted to keep the Iitltishcr alive a few
months till the ice Cieam season was over, so
site brought the American bird into the
room and placed him on the back of a chair
at the foot of Ihe bed. The English
man immediately revived and yelled at
the top of hit voice to "take that
blawstcd bird away." The eagle turned his bald
head sidewisc to listen while Soon Kiss smiled
faintly, sighed with relief and took a sup of
tint choo which had been prepared for the
Lnghshman. " I would rathet marry jou,
Soon Kiss, than have that buzzard in the
room," muttered the llritisher, at he sank back
on his mat. A far-off light tilled the eyes of
Soon Kist as she kicked oft her shoes and
tripped lightly after a bottle of flotida water
with which lo lave her lover's brow, and she
called to the wash Chinvman to take the bird
into the back yard. As the coolie led the
rooster out by a string, he turned to Soon Kist
and said sweetly, " Ycllv good I alle same
hen on tfade-iioltar," nirfacersoon KisT
llame-d with indignation, and her pioud lip
curletl with scorn as she commenced her with
ering reply, " Your sordid soul " but just at
this point the old man and Ah run appeared
in the doorway. They seized Soon Kiss
ruthlessly and hutricd her away t the bark
Ceylon which was about to sail for the Sand
wich Islands. "It is the only hope for my
bllte daughter," said the stern Ah Kiss, ns he
wiped a tear from his eye, " Ah Tun shall fol
low you immediately, and in the meantime
new scenes will deaden the pain of your heart,
yea, perchance jou may be fortunate enough
to catch the eye of an Hawaiian prince such
things have been I" Soon Kiss wept bitterly
and wiped her cyct on a polka-dot handker
chief, for the world looked very dark, Ine
ship sailed away away into ihe mystic east,
to the world of poetry and poi, and the hula
dance, until at last it broke into a tropic sea
and was yanked up to llrewer & Co.'s, wharf
by the king t flag-ship, the l'ele. As I w as wan
dering along N'uuanu stieet last night, I heard
a wahine chanting the sorrowful tale of tell
love nnd disappointment of the fair Soon Kiss,
and, after much inquiry, managed to discover
her abode. I knocked at the door, but was
not admitted. Soon Kist put her fair spiritual
faco, on which still lingered traces of sorrow and
seasickness, out of the window, and, after look
ing me over from derby to insole, demanded t
"What you want?"
Hti evee r-Unted downward, as If oM one
Had utajety putted ln nose.
And the aloesy black hair, on the rear of hit brow.
In the form of ft shoe brush roie
Fanny Foo Foo loved Johnnie HI HI,
vnd when, in the uiual style,
He popped, the blushed sitwh a deeporarge tbee
Vuu d have thought she had lo tnueh bde
If It had not been for her lant-e)ed Rtance
And her charming, wide mouthed mule.
So oft, In the bliss of their new found love,
Would these little pagins Mny
Hither and yon, enjovln; life
In a strictly Japanese way
Hash strumming a tune on a one ilrinptd lute
On which they thought they could play.
And often they'd climb to a high lad leMop,
And quietly there repose,
At she stood on her head to sun beiself,
V hite he balanced her on hit note
Or cite, ihe'd get in a t tckle tub,
And he kicked attoi t on hit toet
Hut the course of true love, even In Jtpan,
Sometimes runsterribl) rough
And the great Tycoon, wheu told the tale,
bftorc Japanese oaths so tounh
Fhat the hair of the court would have stood on end
If only ihere'd leen enough.
The T vcoon buckled on lioth hit twordt,
In hit pistol placed a wad,
And wtnt nut aftrr the truant pair,
Hit tnte nervet braced by a tod.
He found etn enjoying their auilelett stlvet,
On top of the light'iung rod.
Sternly he ftaid lo ihe grntlc loo Foot
" Sty, conte down out of that there I"
And he urged Hi Hi to emigrate to
I'll nol say txtctlr where.
Then he dragged 01T the damsel, whose ipaimt evinced
unusually wild despair.
Hut the Tvcoon, alat, wat t-idly foo led.
Despite hit pnterntl paint,
For Fan, with a tooth pick, emptied the blood
Trom each of her juguLr vrint.
And, with a back summersault on the floor,
Hi Hi nude jell of hit brains.
Fhey buried them both In the Pvcoon't lut,
Right under a do wood tree ;
V here they might list lo the nightingale
nd the fu2ue of the bumble bee,
And where tht mosquito's musical note
Maddens the sorrowful ilea.
And oft at night, while the Tycoon's wife
SlurnWd al sound at a pott,
lilt almond shaped eves looked forth at a ttgl I
That scared him to death, almost :
1 was a batd headed spectre. Anting around
With a paper muslin ghott.
When I was a small boy I used to recite the
verses with fine effect. I am teaching it to
my eldest, as patt of his education for a place
on the next Japanese mission.
velvet, is so very will kept that tntny of hit
pwtront have itimr lo regard him so popular
Ins he become- at stout, even portly 1 nay
Hut it is not so much with Mr. Patten's
self at with the recent improvements that
have gone on under hit eagle eve that this
"ttictc putiotct in deal. When Doctor Mc
Grew told hit lense to G. W. Macfarlanc St
Co., Ihe hotel wat In fine order and Its ap
tiolnlments very complete. The new letters,
however, determined lo spend a tmt of
the attendance was to small and so poorly re
pretentlve of Honolulu' book-Iovcrs and
cultivation gratifying because of the assur
ance to all those present thai few towns, so
small at Honolulu, In any land, hate so hind
some, so commodious and so well planned a li
brary building. Of course it It not meant that
thote present Monday night did not repre
sent Honolulu's cultivation so far at they
went. Very far from that for two of our
best-rend divines, two of our niesttaltnted law
ycr, two of the most musical of local must
money in still further increasing the conven-1 cUn$ two mynKtt nn accomplished roman
Si. AlUn't College, under the management
of Mr, A. T, Alklnton, will terpen next
Monday. Mist puuun, who will arrive on
tht ittxt steamer, will be added to Ihe corps
In the legislature yesterday a unanimous
vole gf lhankt wat tendered 1'iesidcnt Rhode
tot his able and Impartial presidency during
Utt tdioutly protracted ttfefon now closing
A recent addition 10 the Press Staff, not
yel up in Honolulu localities failed to attend the
opening of the new library building Monday
night, and was consequently detailed the next
day to lobk ut one or two matters in that
connection, As a pointer, he picked up a copy
of the matudinaldaily the valuable shcel
which boasts its dude te)iter, who In turn
pours out adulation on "the finest editorial
staff in these islands "and stalled for the
new library building "fronting on Alakea
street," Arriving there he gently knocked on
the Alakea-slde of the house with a piece of
scantling until Doctor Rogers put his he id
out of the window and indignantly asked him,
"Why don't you come round to the front doar
on Hotel street ? " Fortified with the ' riser's
assertion the press man concluded Doctor
Rogers did not know the street he lived on
and therefore skipped gaily up the front steps
and asked the doctor to show him the "ornate
staircase," " 12x30 feet " In tize. The doctor
looked at hlin lit a companionate manner and
ked him in. "Is thit the parlor, doctor, which
the Daily Hawaiian mentions at the room
into which ihe front door opeivt. ?" " No,"
said Doctor Rogers, "thit It the hall 1" and
he led the reporter to a tide door and
showed him the parlor, treating him in a
gentle niinikr that spoke more than words.
' Doctor," again asked Ihe reporter with
childlike simplicity, "Will you please show
me the '11 sections' for the ivpose of books,
etc., and tell me whit they are ) and show
me the 'other effects alto finished In redwood,1
and unvail for me ihe 'little monument to
the intelligence of thecity ' " " Young man,'
quoth the doctor, at he shut one eye and
looked hard at the ceiling, "you had belter go
see Doctor Carpenter, 1 will go with you and
Introduce you." "No Doctor " pictisted the
reporter, "(here's nothing the matter with
ine, here it all it In the I', C. Advertiser,"
and he spread the sheet open before him,
The Doctor looked It over, and, with a most
quizzical smile said laconically "Oh, well
don't yon pay any attention 10 those fellows 01
they will have you turning out In the harbor
tonic night for PunchbooU"
Honolulu, August cxh, 1M4.
I am indfbted to a rclt(e)able mo rnlng con
temporary, and to that well know citizen Mr.
M. Indacity, for the following veracious nar
rative. The contemporary stared the yam rol
ling and nature and the citizen has e kept it spin
ning till now. Last Wednesday aflcrnoon, as
crew number one of the Honolulu lloat Club
w at practicing In the hatbor, their boat, a re
markably intelligent one, of the species known
technically as "gig,"discove ted ahugeshatkqui
ctly and contentedly munching the last remnant
ol the mounted police force. With that daring
and determination which has gained it the ap
preciation and admiration of its peers, tht
"gig" immediately gave chase. Mr. Wilson
and hit fellow oarsmen, always en raptsrt
with any manifestation of coolness and courage,
decided to remain with the boat and lend what
lu..K.emtgl,f Ih i.-,thtrwtwK. Ua-4.1u
approach of the boat the shark, recognizing
one of its bitterest foes, turned pale and imme
diately dived. In a warning whisper the boat
directed the crew .o cling to the gunwales and
thwarts and Immediately dived for the shark.
Overtaking the monster within a few feet of
the bottom of the channel, the boa: struck out
with one of Its oars, hitting the shark a
terrific blow between the eyes, pattially stun
ning it and causing it to rise quickly to the
surface, instantly followed by the boat. Re
viving on reaching the air, and maddened by the
terrific blow of its pitiless enemy, the shark
charged the- boat, inflicting a serious wound in
the waist and tearing away a portion of the
cheek of one of the crew, which, being a mod
est man, he could nol well spare. Turning its
heels to the shark, the boat planted two se
vere blows in the big fish's abdomen, causing
that animal to give forth such terrible cries that
all in Honolulu supposed that there was
that a late afternoon session of the legislature
and Mr. Kauluknu bad the floor, in .the inter
est of rclorm. But, though hard hit, the- shark
was by no means make, and, turning suddenly
it dealt the boat one of the peculiar blows
known in Sanskrit as."sockdolagers,"stnking it
in one of its starboard ribs, at Ihe same lime
slightly abrading the mauka elevation of Mr.
Wilson's trousers. Mr. Wilson, being an offi
cer of his majesty's government, as well as a
prospectiv c railroad king, was not to be intuited
with Impunity. Obtaining the boal't per
misslon, Mr. Wilson tcized the harpoon and
plunged it into the shark's side. That ended the
fight and the boat swam quietly to llrewer S.
Co's wharf, tied ils victim lo a pile, landed its
passengers and iclurned to the bosom of its
family. If any one thinks that I have exag
gerated or colored this story in the least, he is
referred to any one of the able-bodied and
scrupulously exact editors of that chaste family
periodical, the Court Journal,
S. U. Verau
Honolulu, August 23, 1SS4.
Ill timet of peace, prepare for wai t '' " In
limes of security, look out for danger i" "Be
fore the horse it stolen, lock the door. The
foregoing aie among the trilcst of truisms,
Another quite as true might be evolved lrom
the recent fires in Honolulu. There are, for
tunately, two safeguards against the wont
effect! of fite, each of which It the Importation
of a local butinot house. One it the Harkncss
extinguisher, the other the Magnoto Catclte
Sates, strong boxes ond Jewel caset, for which
Mctsrs. D. l Dillingham Sc. Co. are the Ha
waiian agents, The excellencies of both in
ventions were exhaustively set forth in these
columns last year. The rtccnt fires make
mention of them timely ; and an inspection of
them, and examination of their credentials,
eminently in order.
The rtcent burning of the Max-Schmidt,
Label and Lithographing Company's estab
lishment, In San Ftancitco, made a terlout loss
to the San Francisco Wasp, partly covered by
insurance. The lithographing prettet belonging
to the papci were injured ami other lost tut
Ulned. Mr, E. C. Macfailanc would probably
have viaitcd thit port by the Alameda had it
not been for the fite.
Ah Yet, who kept a provision store on
Nuuanu street, was one of the sufferers by tht
big fire of last week, lilt loss was about
$5,oo, partially covered by insurance, inclu
ding $o in paper rnoncy. Some $300 in
silver wat melted into one black lump.
Rev. E. C. Oggel will conduct the setvicet
at tht Bethel to-morrow morning, at usual,
and In the evening a bible reading illiutiating
I Tot WoikM aod Ut Wojsi will bt givto.
lenec, the attr.activcncst and the coniplctcnetl
of the place. Some of thit work has been
the following alt done under the dltcctlon of
Inthe hotel proper one of the lajcst improve.
incnts is the wntir.t room, .a small but ntly
and well lighted apartment to the right of the
mauka entrance, with a door opening on the
veranda and and another into the office hall.
This room It a great Improvement on the
writing room In the basement next lo the
billiard room, now used at a catd room. 1 he
writing room hat been in use some time
since but the new prlvelc dining room is notj
vet readv for use. The panttv and store
room, occupying a space of aliout 20 by 24 are
being refitted and will be usetl at n private
'dining room, which will have two gtattduoit
opening on the makai veranda and another
opening Into the hallway opposite the office.
To take the place of pantry and store room,
a small two-story building has been built
mauka the kitchen. The front one of the
three rooms making the upper ttoty which it
on a level with the dining room, It a pantry,
12 by 15. Ilehind this it the minor store
room, 12 by 12; and, still behind that, a
pastry room, also 12 by 12. Ihe latter room
Is connected with the kitchen and not directly
with the store room, and at present awaits
the finishing connection of a new range,
tpccially imported for pastry cooking. Part
of the lower story of the new building like
that below the kitchen, is taken up by the
driveway, the rest is a latge store room, en
letcd from the minor store room by a trapdoor.
One of the serious drawbacks to the
perfect comfort and convenience of the
Hawaiian Hotel hat been itt lack of water
pipes In itt upper ttory. This lack hat been
remedied within the past few weeks by the
completion of the tank and pumping apparatus
placed at the rear of the kitchen. The tank
lower is a continuation of the uncompleted
tower so lo-ig standing in the hotel yard. Its
peak is now nearly 70 feet from the ground,
the floor of Ihe lank being 15 feel above the
third floor of the hotel. The tank holds 3,000
gallons when full, and is filled by a force
pump whi-'h receives the water direct from
an artesian well at about 16 feet from the
ground. The pumps arc worked by the
hand-ami-arm powerof two men and tan fill
the lank in two hours and a half expensive
machinery and fuel being saved and the other
wise idle time of employees utilized.
Hut the chief feather in lean Gcorgic's cap
is the new ice house and refrigerator. For the
construction of this house Mr. Fatset drew
largely upon hit experience in Chicago, but
drew alto sufficiently upon his own fund of
Ideas to make the structure uniuuc? amom ice
necessary to a thorough understanding of the
merits of this indispensable adjunct to good
fare in a semi tropical caravansary. Uxteri
orily the building is sufficiently unpretentious
to escape the scrutiny of passers by. A room
12 x 12 serves at once as entrance ball, as
butcher' shop and as a storing cabinet for
the models used by the chief pastry cook and
confectioner in the preparation of spectacular
effects in sugar and flour. Here are cut the
steaks and chops and here are made the succu
lent sausage and the toothsome mystery. De-
hind the butcher shop, lighted by a window to
the north, is Ihe rcftigcrator, a room 16 x 12 x
10, above which is the ice house proper, a
tunnel shaped space 16 x 4 x 3. Both are
zinc lined and insulated in several inches of
charcoal. The charcoal packing of the re
frigerator is 6 incites on the floor, 4 indies on
the sides and 8 inches on Ihe roof besides an
air chamber above the ice hou-c. The ice
compartment hold. 4f tons of ice, and is kept
nearly full most of the time. Front each side
of the ice chamber 3 zinc pipes, 2J4 inches in
diamater descend to the floor of the refriger
ator. The presence ot tne ice lorces tne com
air downward reducing the temperature of the
refrigerator to about 40 . Aw ooden frame
wotk supports hooks on which arc hung the
beeves, the mutton and the cetera ol the
fleshet's and poulterer's furnishing. Including
30 quarters of beef, 8 sheep, abrace,ofpqrkers,
a few haunches of v eniton and cuts of veal and
lamb, there arc hooks enough to up-beat suf
ficient wild and tame fowl, hares, rabbits and
other game to keep the iuauing members of
the Ugislative assembly in perpetual luau for
a month of Sundays save the poi and fish.
The great Hawaiian food staple knows
not Ihe canny coolnevs of lean
Geogie's blest retreat ; but thert repose,
on slabs of lustrous ice, the plump mullet, the
laminated flounder, tne uiminuuve porupino,
the brilliant JtPfiifi incarnaJenii and many
another beautiful denizen of Oahu s piscatorial
wilds. Here also are kept the welt-tubbed
ine mackerel, the imokcn halibuts, the much
be-sallcd cod and the mouth-watering sihrxSn,
belly. Here indeed might angle-the much
vaunted fisherman of the burg with a reason
able assurance of success, in any weather and
at any tide. The new tefrlgetator of the Ha
wahan Hotel is a pronounced success and that
it is so is another plume is Ihe bonifacial
casque of George C. I'asvctt.
Much new furniture, crockery, cutlery, etc,
came down by the Alameda, including a new
parlor set, new square dining tables, new
ranges, etc. They are not jet unpacked, and
will he noticed anon.
Mr. Joseph Tlldtq who selected the furni
ture it expected by the nest Mariposa. Mr.
lildenhas been for years the most notable
good-liver cf the San Francisco Bohemian
Club. Though by no meant its most conspic
uous gourmand there being a dozen members
who can eat him out in one round Mr TUdcn't
supreme authority as a gourmet is unquestioned.
He Is to have joint control with Mr. Fassett
ami will doubtless cater fur the good digestion
that waits en appetite at no lets able man
On Mr, Titdcn't relum the tuff lllrbc G.
C. Fassett, manager; Joseph Ttldcn, associate
manager and caterer 1 W. M, Graham, cashier 1
William Ecknun, chief cook) W. S. 'laatlclt,
head steward. ity.
On the return from Philadelphia of Mr.
Ctssidy, the vtilout rooms and cottages will
be connected with tht office by a complete
i) stem of electric bcllsj which will also connect
tht office with Mr. Clarence JacfarliSe'i ho
tel stable, across Hotel Slrtct.
Tht Royal Hawaiian Uoul'lt oMtofuht
Ih PtiWtc re cordMljr Imrliet! lo U pwwnt t tlSt
cloilnn of the UnWhtltt AiumM? tr Ml MlMtjr
th King nt It m . en Ssturdiy lh $oh In Uhtt
will fee Isi Mitmlintr o rftit en vmior,
CIIAS. '.' OUMCKa
Mmktkk op 1ntr!o.
OttfAHTWrhT or tin Ikiriidk
o9it ttonoluttt, .ViffuM ft), iSt)4
cist and a poet were present with several witty
women whose failure lo add to literature
may be coniidcrcd more climatic than wise
or otherwise. Yet so many clever Honolulant
who owe at least at much of their cleverness
lo books at to Inheritance staid ungratefully
away that It wat at least discouraging.
Hut no discouragement sal on the "Damp-
denic"faeeof President Dote (I thank thee Hes
sian for teaching mc the word I) as he rose In the
large central loom to make the introductory
remarks, his tall fotm standing forth In fine re-
: lief against a back gtound of ominously empty
tlelving mid a cuuo or lilack-coatcil gentlemen
and tasifully though more or lest gorgeously
dressed tidies. His speech .apart from an
"aside" dissertation on "FJnglish as She is
Spoke," after the manner of Charles Lamb's
"Dissettion on Roast Pig" wat pithy, pointed
Dr. C. T. Rogers wat then introduced and told
succcntly and interestingly the library associa
tion's brief story. Mr. W. R. Castle tpoke
humorously of his unprcparalion for a speech,
naively admitting that he had left his speech at
United States Minister-Resident Daggett
congratulated the institution on ihe building
and itt arrangement, promised his support and
countenance ( and ended by saying amen to
all that had prcviousty been said.
President Dole then announced that formal
ity would cease and conviviality and ice-cretin
The rest of the evening passed in conversa
tion, enlivened by the strnlnt of the Royal
Hawaiian Band Ihe somewhat iitipottuuate
demands of some of the young fojks for ahop re
sulting in nothing more complimentary to the
heels of the house-warmers than an innocent
three- minute waltz by two of the ladies, after
all but a baker's dozen had gone home.
Tftrt I'll III Jlotfirr.
"An' must 1 always say my praters before
goin' to bed ?" askeil .1 boy of his mother.
"But if I sit up all night I needn't say 'em,
" Yes. "
" Because jou ask the Lord to bless
"How bless me?"
"Take jou tohcaven when jou die. "
" An' if I aslc him will he doit?"
" How do jou know ?"
"The Bible says so. "
" Docs it say me?"
"It sajs little children."
tet the Discovery for S-m Frnncltco wiih s pnrtlalcnrgt
valued at Jjo.jS; 61, and the KItap for the sound In
ballat I Irt Abmcda It loading to get aw ay (.promptly
on Mondav next, at noon, and the Zealand! will be
due from the Cotoniet to-morruw lo leave ngaln for
San I rancltco with but a sltort detention
Some few business chances are under way, and In
contemplation, and in the way of mention we would
note the enlargement of the lemtl-- of lasldon premit
in the Campbell lltocl on Fort trtct to crwt4e Messrs,
Cohen & Co, to handle and disi. lay to advantage their
Increased atrw-U recently received Sprc-kelt new
building on I ort Street Is progretsinjZ nicl) , the ester
nal work twing about completed, and It nearly tea I)
for window,, doori and shutters. Its neat front setlolT
the block to advantage 'J he only reall) new piojecl
In btHlnets extentfon w e notice In progress. Is thi en c
tionofthe Hawaiian Hotel stableton the lot opposite
it, corner of Richard and Hotel Streers-tif we t-eept
the tinder erections goln on In China town.
Last Saturday and Sunday inomingt this city wat
visited by fires that have been dit-itlrout, cauvlng lost !
et that will jrobaM exceed $so,ow, yet connderhig
the nature of the adjoining premttes, In both firet, it
seemt a nuricle thai Honolulu escaped so lightly, The
heaviest lost fatlt on the Robert !.ove ettate, at tilluV.
er) and machinery, as w ell at a targe stork of flour re
ccnll) received, It destroved ruid gone Little Insurance
cwtered propertlet at the tove fire, though at lie King
btreet fire of the Madeira llaxaar, Mi Diar wat nearly
protected and the building wat partially insured.
Some little Improvement In local tradecirclct.it an
tklpated Ir the settlement of overdue account, by the
treatury deartment, now that the passage of the ap.
proprlatlon till renders the coin available. How far It
will gi to meet hack claims and current evpentes 1 a
question that concerntnot a few tax .iersf and where
tliefundt are to come from that will enable the present
or any other ministry 10 meet the .call of tl e said
appropriation bill, amounting, at It does to $3,156,755-
53, will puttie longer head, thin our, seeing the etti
mated revenue it lut $,,306,870 t.
A matter of tnterett to shiplng visiting thit port It
Ihe new law relating to pilot's fee,, which ft at fotlow t
All mail steamers, toco tons register and upwards,
$50 in, and the tame out.
All steamers under lbo, torn register, 5 centt per ton
In, and the same out
Transient steamers tipwardt ie.10 tons register, $75 En,
and the tame out.
Vevtcls of war, $, per foot draught of water.
All tailing setsels under aoo tons register, $1.50 per
foot draught of water.
AH sailing vessels oo tont and upward,, 5 cents per
ton in, and the same out,
AH vetvelt anchored outside by pilot $jo; and if
coming Into port, afterwards teduced to $10.
The hark Ccvlon it up for early return to Hongkong.
Our auctioneert will both olTcr detlrabtc parcels of
real estate today to which the attention of Investors
will be natural!) turned.
llettlrr fit ltr)i (lomln. If Or, Trn, Mlkt nmt
frtrtr (;oo,r, lrtfa, llontt fimr
.vfmea, Jlrilit er,l riMl Hour,
" Cffrrr rtrtif lohilfrn
Alto proprietor of Rice and Surar Plantations al
iianeone, Ncoiau, svaipio, r.wa, ani nceia.
NlHANU AND ClIAIUtt StTr HoNOCtU'
DsXlor Whitney ilenlil toemi will Ve rloifii frcm
MenJ..j Srjumlcr lit to Monday Sept. j. tS8
A SSIGNEES SALE OK LAND
IN KALIHI, OHAU
r of if Holt
Ily Ofdcr of If HolteJ KV, and M. Green, Eta ,
Assignee! cC ih Fvtate of AInna.
e-S4 I ' n
'FA.r&lUt public au
OQUARE TO A CENT.
tiii: nt:.i-nos or ovu st rvnss
We do business on ttrlct principle,
e have only a fixed percentage as a profit.
tiii: vi:nci:xT.iiii: ii.v.i' 11 amiki
to : cuvr nn: noons.
We never deviate from thr- prlct fixed under
any circumstance. We mark alt goods
with telling ptlee In plain figures.
We never misrepresent or conceal the faults
of any article offered for talc.
We exchange Voods cheerfully and return
money willingly when nnslle to sult.or
MA child of five tears can buy at cheap at a man of
xiveriencc.'' it faithfully itlmtratrd.
Make no mtttake I See the name of
. COHX .1 to.,
TEMPLE OP FASHION,
01 and 6) Port Street,
ON SATURDAYr SEPTEMBER 23,
Al i x & clock noon nt ulejroom.
Pour tiltl of Land to Kill hi. 0h.i, vlf t
I OT No. i .lTo tertiin j ftt of UnJ In
Kalihl known a Kftleawaconulntn n urea of 194
too am, atkl full) diciWJ In Rtgiitry Office,, Utr
t. pp. ks lit. ThU U a fine piece of Tm
LOT No. -Thoe eeruln 4 fwuetli ofTiro LnJ,
numbered tl, t;, 14, 94, Inowna kI..ou!en and
cental nil g mi area of j 6 km aem at described tn K
P, 393, with llit butlJmc and Improvement! thereon
A fine crop f taru 1 growing upon this land.
LOP No j 1 lime parcel of Two Lund known
atfvm of Kiuimluluil, at described In Mber'-jj. pp
39 )5o 3)t and iMtdkulokt, as described In LIbcr 60,
pp 418, 49, con.4inl.ijr, o)ilw an aret of about
acres, wtili the buildings and Improvements thereon
A crop of tiro li prow in g upon these lot.
lOf No, 4 That certain piece of land being a rxut
of KumuluW, and contain an air-s of about jo-tsxiof
an acre with the building and Improvements the t eon.
For further particulars atfly to the Assignees at
above, or to
. V AliAMS,
At thtj Annual Meeting of the Honomu SiiR-sr Co.
held at Honolulu, August tj, 1884, the folfowintt olTi
cert were elected for the ensuing) ear.
W. McCandles . iVesident
V. C Jones Jr. .Secretar) an I Treasurer
J. O Carter Auditor
A. Ft Coolce and Co J Ross ...(.Directors
P. C. JONI.S
Sec') llonoiuu Suar Co.
ORTGAGE NOTICE OF SALE.
Ily order of Antonia J I-orwi.
in a certain Indenture cf Mortcaae dated thi nth
tho uiotgatte named
Mar Faster, ch. fir NtwiltwiH
iRioio, sen, tor nomii..
Lehui. Mm., Web.Uh, for Malokal and Maui
I ilehkc, Lorcnron, for Kaluilul and MoliAal
KekauluoM, sch. for Ilanalci
I uVa, sch, tor kukaUu . ..
Ilaleakali. sch. for lVpeekeo.,...
Kinau, stm, Kinc foe Mom ind Hawaii,, ...
Iwalanl, Mm, Cameron, for Kauai
Kiliuea llou, stm, for Ililoatul way ports...
Nettle Merrill, .h, from Lahalna.......
Waimatu, tch, from K0I0A
I'juahi tch, for llannlcl
MoIoVal, fttm, McCJregur, for Motokai
Disco ery. Am bVtne, for San Pm-cHco...
Mde Morrti, sch, for Molokal
James Makee, t.tm, for Kauai and way ports.
Kitvap, Am. bktne. tor 1'ort lownseru. ...
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
W. II. Dimomu....
Am s s
. .Am. bk
, ltr. bk
OAHU COLLEGE and
FALh TKItn HKOtSS JO.YM 1", SKV
TK yfllV.lt tX, tHH4.
Tht Trusters are happy to announce that the tec
ond ear since the adoption of the 11. w Course of Mtidv
piooir.es 10 ue very succeuiui. .miss tt r.lia r'pooner,
a Rtaduaie of Mr. Holsuke. and for five tears pat n
member of the Seminary faculty, has been ttcured as
m liuiructor at the Collect. It is exacted that the
new 'rorrtorrui of (.hemistr and the Natural
Sciences will be fillrd early In the jear.
Miss Kmtna V. Halt, an experience 1 teacher, and
f r some sears Principal of a firammar School In Ware.
Mass., comes from tint poMiion to take chirge of
mnaiiou iTeparator) acnooi. uniy a lew new pupis
can 1 received at uus aciiooi, ana tney win imj admit
ted in order of application, umehmutt be made to Rev.
C M. H)dc( !. I), or to the PruUent of the Co'lege.
Catalogues sent on -application. 308 41
EAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
dsy of Auguil, iS8j niarle us- John K. Sila and
aakiuu, ills wu, t ulalis hiha, Jullsn Uontalvrs, ana
Annie (tonsalvcs, his wife, 10 saiil Antonio J lrpcr,
for a breach of the conditions of salt! mortgagr.
I am directed to sttt nt public auction,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. 1884,
At tl o'clock n'lon at in) salwoooi. In Honolulu,
'Hie following Parcels of Laud!
l.OP No. t -fruit certain piece of land situated at
Mnnoa, Oahu, tw!n llie same as described in K. I.
4546, and containing an acre of 30 30100 acres,
LOT No. a That ccitiln jitece of land situated at
Manoi, Oat111, beinf the tame mora particularly de
scribed In K, tk. 1580. Kuleana llelil o;ll, contstnlntf
an acre of t 30-100 acres
LOT No s Tint ciltain pinTe of lam! situated at
Knmoilnlii, vV'atklkl, Oahu, cvmtsinlni; an acic of
j 36100 acres,
4 pair vrorMn,; oxen,
so head cattle, I. a C
o " " V.. a.
jo hores, P. a C.
5 horses, C
j bullock carts.
For further particulars apply to
K. I'. A HAMS.
" How do you know ?". 1
'"Oh, I don't kno.v. Kor grtciout take
hush and let me read. "
' Whit are you reading ?"
"A story. "
" What kind of a ttoty?"
" About a min and a woman and I don't
know what all. "
"Is it a ttory?'
" Why don't you read the truth ? "
"If jou ask another question to night I wit
whip )ou. "
"Hut I can ask another one in the mornin',
mayn't I ? "
' And I tnusn't ask any more to-night ? "
" Xp, not another one, for if you do I'll
whip you. "
" I won't ask any more to night, will I ? "
" No. "
" Hut I will in the mornin', won't I ? "
" Yet. "
" And jou'll whip tne if I ask any more to
night, won't you ?"
" Hut you won't In the mornin', will you ?"
" Hut you will to night, won't yuu ? "
" J-ook a-hcrc, not another word out of you
now. If you ask another single question
I II whip you. "
"Hut you said I could ask 'em in the mornin',
didn't you ?"
" Yet. "
"And you won't whip me then, will you ? "
" iio. "
" Hut you will to-night, won't yon? "
"There comes your father, and It it a
good thing for you, for I wat going to whip
"Jet for asking question, w night ? "
" Yes. "
" Hut yuu won't in the mornin', wilt you "
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
Uw.ki'Ooi., liritbt Varuna. . . . . Inpsra,
Duo Sept is ao
DariMir.-, Ha 1 C R U1S1101 Walters
Due Auz-lst 10-15 Itackfeld k Co, A-enu
SVD-.RV, OrfissZnALA-CDlA . .. .Webber
Due Auj. it. Ilackfcld &C0 , Agents.
Newcastle, N S W, Am ship Ll Dorado.
G..l., lulu 9 - A-nic
San Khakcisco. Brit. S . i Australia Chest
mOim m-A Hwiklcld & Co.,'Aifuiits.jn-hl
l.lv.K-uui urn v wri.t,,-..
to sail lune 1. T. II. Daviess. Co., AeenK.
JltllT, Am. bjtne II J-.U .... , Tierney
uue in an iy.iuicr .-.. r j.jv, ,.hc"-
I.0JT0-C, Am bk Maktiiv Davis Itenson
bailed June so. C. Urenert Co , Agents.
New Vobk, OerbklilAUA Ihornbohn
clu,t Inn. at. Cisrte k Cooke. Airenls.
San KkascisCO, Am bktne. W. II. Dimond...lloudlett
Due Aug 5, Irwin & Co. Agents.
San Francisco. Am b b. Mabiiosa. ..Haywarrd
Due Sept. B lrin s U Agents.
London vis Madeira, French s s IIordkvvx.
Due Auzutt . ( W Macfarlanc 4. Co, Acenls.
Sax Francisco. Am tern I va .vvikman
Due August as Agents.
Neuie Merrill, sell, from Lstiaina.. .Aug
Lehu, sim, Loreuen, from Maui '
Kinau, stm, from windward ports, .
Likclike, sim, from windward ports
twalsnl, sim, Cameron, from Kauai, .. .. i(
Iaushi, sch, from Puna "f! . ... '
Amelia. Am tktne from Humboldt
Mokohl, from Molokal and wayports....
Marion, ch, fromPunaluu
Constance, II. M. S , from Ksuai....
Cevlon, Am bark, Uartow, from Hong Kong. '
Wailele, sch, from Matiko....., .... . .. '
lames Makee, still, t rccman, from Kauai .
Kainoi, sen, lrom l-auiunocnoe ......
The asi-icnees of the evute of David Crowulncbiirc.
a bankrupt, will sell at public auction, at the front en
trance of Alnolani Houie, Honolulu, on tho 30th dav
of September, (Saturday) at ta o'clxk noon, all the
right title and interest of the said bankrupt In and to a
1-16 Interest In tne hul aina or I'AUWAI.U, Koolau,
Maul, being one share in Ru si Patent No 3549, area
isi 68-too acres AIvi, f-11 Interest In the htn aina of
Pauualu, Koolau, Maui, being tvo sharea in Koyal
Patent tSoo, area us acres.
1-urther particulars can bo obtained from
J. O. CAR TKR,
For the Assignees of David Crowmngburg
ENSON. SMITH, b CO,.
otlcail Or-oinrlitrt, (T
Slalnl.. mrh. frmil Knh
f'atalin ltr littr frnm 1
V. II jDinmond, Am bktne, lrom ban Francisco
Waioli, sell, from Haua .... .....
C .K. llisliop.stm, froinllamakua
Plsnter. stm, KouaandKau ..
Lehua stm, from Maui
From San Irancisco Der W, II. Dlainuild, Aug jJ
Mrs. R. W, Lame, Ma.irr E. Lalne, Mrs. M. Uron,
Miss L Start, A La Rue, 1' L Miller, b I. Desha, Capt
W Kenolds, LA Scott.
for Portlownsend per Kitsap, Aug jo II Deaves,
V Deavea, It Richarifson, C S-roitli,- (. Gould, Jtr.
nj amd us, FORT STRr.ET,
IVOtHICKK & SCHkaCk'a CELEBRATBU HOMfTOrATIIIC
THF. COMMON SLNSK NORSINO U0T1LP.1
Cecil IIkown, Esq.,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
pAClPIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR SAN TRANC1SC0.
The Spl-n-lld Steamship
ws all leave Horn lulu for San Francisco
On or lont?!WrtK. Jti'.imr.mr.jti
Now In stock, with
From Humboldt, per Amelia, August 4-sl),l41 ifeel
lumber, aoo,ooS shingles, and 5,00 R posll, to Allen
X Robinson. , ,
from San Fiancisco, per W, 11 Dumond, August
iS, ; horses, 310 sks (lour, tis; sVs grain and teed,
sao bales Iwiv, tin sks bone meal, 103 bbls salmon,
jS4 iclegraph polss, 50$ bbls lime" a6,ra tlcks, etc
For San Francisco per Discovery, .Aug a;.- T4' Pg
(Ugar, lot bbls molasses, 170 bkgs rice, 1 pkgs sndrs
Domestic value Jn.o!; J! For value, I;oo.
The fourth Kcmcnyi concert took place last
Tu'tHay evening. The house wat good, and
the audience enthusiastic. My Sweetheart
when a Ik.y wat to well rendered that It re
ceived a hearty encore which was responded to
with Cher the HII's. Remenyl wat greeted
with, loud applause when he appeared in Del
tini's I'iruta. The Honolulu Kiilcs and King's
Own martial March wat played hy Ihe Royal
Hawaiian Hand and received an encore such
as only the effort of a master It worthy to re
receive from a mut'cloving people. After tht
march a bcautilul boquet of flow en wat pre
tented to Kcmcnyi, who In hit enthusiasm ei
preised hit delight by giving .Mr. llcrgcr a
hu.. The program ne wat exquisitely ten
dered throughout. The farewell concert
takrt place to night and will beyond douM
be an ovation.
a.Muioiul F&tttra Invoice en
pOR SYDNEY VI AUCKLAND.
The Splendid SlcAiiitiii
On or about Stpttmbor 1
'I he ar-enis hero are now Drenared to issue tLktlt to)
ban Francisco and return for Jits, the round trip.
rtoftiit for chluinent ner steamer can now be stored.
free of charge, in the fire proof warehouse near tht
For freight or passage, apply to
II. IIACKFLLD & Co.. Aictt.
FOR SAN IRANCISCO.
C. BIlKlfKU A COMVASV, AftHlm.
Merchandise received Storage tree, auj liberal CAah
advances made on shipments by this line.
Mr, Hermann, of the photographic firm 0'
J, Willums & Co., hat been taking views on
Hawaii, Including vlewt of the gicut crater cf
Kilauea, the new lake, Ilaleinanman, scenes
tn and around HiIj, Onomea, I'aukaa, llama
Lua, Kawaihae, Patkcr't plantation, and many
gulch view t showing some uf the difficulties
of road and bridge building on Hawaii, On
thit Island, he hat taken a panoramic tiew
of Walanae Plantation, which gives a good
idea cf that Interesting spot and ill mountain
surroundings. Of IS iloten platet which Mr.
Ucrruannn took with him, he brought back
9 doien perfected negatives a highly satis
factory show ing.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
meets tills evening it V, W. 'Hall's, Wai-
Swinburne writes a hand which it is
almost impossible to read, using a quill
pen. Ruskin's chirograph)' is as fine
as if written with a pin point. Lowell
writes a ladylike, running tianu, very
plain, with the exception of his signa
ture. Froutle's penmanship is distinct
and fine ; Kate Field's square and bold;
George McDonald's large and manly,
and William Winter's is like forked
lightning. Robert II uchanan writes an
easily read, affectedly literary hand, as
though he were trying to be unintelligi
ble, but did not like to be altogether
so. He also decorates his letters with
boyish curly queues. Mrs. Oliphant
writes worse than anybody else, ap
parently using the point of a hair
The Temple of Fashion lut doubled its
storage and salesroom capacity by taking
down ihe nailition between two of the Camp-
bell-Ulock. stores on 1 ort street, A gallery
will Wtritliwnacroii tho retr of (he double
tloret, at a storage place for trunks, valises,
and the like. The enlarged quarteil wilt soon
be le-opcned with furnishing coods for
ladles, gentlemen and children. A large sup
ply of men's ami boy's clothing will also be
a constant feature.
Cap, Legal, Letter, Note and BIU Paper,
Assorted weights. Also Marcus Ward's I1W1 Linen
V lit Folio and Note paper, plain, o can be
ruled up to sun any oidcr,
WWF.DDING NOTE AND UNVULOI'tS.TU
Mourning Paper, Windsor and Turkey Mills Linen
Letter and Nots. French Quadrille Letter and
Note paper. Copying par,
for Salt al THUS. O. TU HUM'S
Mikciiam- Staiar ahii Fokt Stixt Stokss.
LLGAI.CAI' I'ERKFCniON PADS,
Lelltr, Cap ami Note Blocks it first quality wper,
Legal Cap, letter and Note Vlw-VV?f ,ult,,
Manilla taper, oUIn MemoUrvl Note
blocks, M. K II. form Hocks
for Bills, Statements.
, Wash lists, etc..
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desired,
Al TI10H. O. TIIKVM'lt
MirtoiANT SmT anu FoT STitarr Stosu.
AND PASS BOOKS.
A full Slock on hand at all limes of various
sires and thickness cf
.sfntnsraMrfuns Hook, ami naaorteil Hun
ll llookl, leather, press board and paptrtovsr.
Monihly and Wtclly Memo. Time Books, Milk Booary
Butc)Kis'ini(iriers' l"as Books. Field Books,
Scratch Books.Copy Bookl,KercIse Books,
Mann's, I'enn s and r truth Copying
ilOfiks, letter, post and cap
silts, half and full bound,
for Hul a. THO. . TlinVM-H
MtacitANT StMtT A-D Foar Sranar Stoat.
DILLS RECEIVABLK axd PAYABLE BOOKS,
Hint dt Jona Rtftlpl: Khlptilng Kocttfl;
Onfer Hook; McAiel (forcti,
Plantation Time Bocks, Packagt Kul4t, Mdse. Qr-
der Blanks. 4c., c, consianlly on hand, vr
Special Forms Had up to Order on Short Notice
,l THOU. V. THKVM'H
MtacitANT Stnttr amp lour Shut Stosss.
-plME TABLE OF STEAMERS
INTER-ISLAND STEAK NAVIOA.
ItATrt ., Coosmandar
Wilt run regularly fr KONA and KAU,
Leaves Henolulu at 4 P. M.t,
Returning, Touching at Maataa,
Cameron, surnmandtr, leaves Hunolulu every Tues
day at 1p.m. for Nawiliwili, Koloa, t Itele, and Wai
mea, Kauai. Reluming leaves Nawiliwili every
Steamer Jame Makee,
Freeinan, commander, leaves Honolulu every Tkurs
day, at j n.m. for kapaa and Kilauea. Rcliun
Ing leaves Kauai avery Monday at 4 pin., and louci'
!or( al Walanao both wavs.
Stnimer C. 11. JlUhoj),
Davis, commander, leaves llooolalu every Tuttday
al 4 r.M. for Xukulhale. Ilonokaa,and Paaukau. Ibi
lurnlng anlves at Honolulu every Sunday rawrnlnf.
tH 01 riCE of the Company, foot of KUawa
Street, near Ihe I' M, S S Wharf. i;i-
Mr, I). V. C. Ntsfield hat left the UawalUn
artl It now woillng on that paper's rooming
contempoiary. Capt. II. W. Mitt it at pres
sed editing the Hawaiian, The latter (en
lUtsun wat rirst editor of the Press. .
I'ictldent Fairchild D. D., of Obeitin, Ohio,
will preach at Kort-Slittl Church to-morrow
nsornlng. Rcvl A. O. Korbet will pteach
there la the ct eninj.
Wanted I SU hundred able bodied men, to
cany torches la thit evening's ovation to lb
Imposition, wages 91 perrnaa.
In stock, aad on the way, a full assortment tf slut
vnu uiiivrvui iuaii,v vi
ENVELOPES, ENVELOPES, ENVELOPES.
vis I No. , X and XX In white, amber and canary.
No. a, and r '. white. No. IK, o. lo, l, u ani
MXXaaJ XXX white XXX Baro-UI while and
Cabinet. MeurtluiJ tSuvtoyet, Clolh lined t.
velot-s wine, Iruin .10. 9 10 II. an in ine rtiuiar
Covernmenl shies and shapes, or spillal tlt
to order, at tf (j XUHVM,t
UitcuAHT Srastr Ai.u Fuat Siiair breaa.
A new method of ventilating the
not become ogy or heavy from the
he meat has the flavor produced by
, fit felt by
ao4-issi No. 8. KavabutBWU
VEH Jt UASGKH.
Oven to that Lo baking the food
.team or moivtur in the Ove,
ro-Mtng bcfopi an open fire.
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