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in In th nfficf n Ak the til) nlltor If lie
..MM Irt me nilte piere lxit cleik. 1 he
tu) eilllvi irt In, bill Veiil na, "Veul
ktieil I" ml Inirtt Intn the unctmnmaniUtiini
bled ntet an KnftlUh eiltenee In ihe lliillctln
hih I) Ins il the llnnr, "Jiut leml thitl
t thinV Tie nmek due llilncanil I jwt nam
the oM mm In fet me wriif it up- .yon ct It'll
V,lfa all the f;iiU nJ " "Uth ' Iwj" quoth
etl "tou'er text enlhuilsMlc 1 people will
think ynu Ixloni; la the 'I lcr Hall If ytnt n
thu ij. I iliillkeil VeMl fiy wiichfot Hit
unVlml lenmk, ami, I HihxI at the eml of
Ih uhle ehewing my (wncll 1 ileleimlneJ,
that whether he liknlltor not IMilleKimethinit
4Cllnl the cleiki, So t tadl lth it mncilli
line tmlle, "Well) Veol, if yon think I'm too
firh, I'll tell ymi what e misht 1I0: I ilon't
like thme il.le cleikinyay,amla)ouaieal
way itefenilme eiery loly that I tWi like,
rjpp-Ke 1 wilteupthecleika(ilherecthen,
amllet ym hsie enouf.h of my vpace to My
inrlif almut the nay they themehe?
Vcial lookeil al me llh lih eje ciy whle
open anil taiil "Vnu'll uant to l nlilui ofthU
jupei netltoni yiu ? Ibtuahcilamliiouini
uhleh he looVeacto the itrett in a ilicamy
way until hii eytirtleil on one of the clcikly
nidei eomlnc mil of Ihe Union, Vcial a!1 "All
HRlitJ coaheail, hut l cateful you ilon't tell
anything hul Ihe trulh a you umleilanil It."
"The finl thinj I vtih lo impieupon yfcut
minJ Veral," I iK&n, "ia the fact thai the
tame relatione ahnuld eit lietneen the em
ploye! ami hit cleik that exit lteen matter
an.l servant. That a-eleik i hitcl foi a certain
nun to petfoim a ilefinile oik ami for no other
eml. lie it not uiil lo pul on I)le, to neg
le hiiemnloier't inlercil, to liie a "gat"
life, or to aait In lowering the moral
Mamlml of society. Now our Ilnuolulu clerks,
a 1 bcly, tlo all these things, beside ilhplay
.nc mim eccentricities whicli tend to make
them ridiculous In the eyes of their employers
end people generally, t might as well My the
Morst thing I can say against them first, anil
hat is that Ihe hackmen always defend the
clerk lien any thing is said against them."
"Vour sacanm is partly mailed, loma,"aid
Veralj "hul its to sweeping. There are cleiks
ml clerks, and there are hackinrn and hack.
men. And t know clerks in thi town uhoare
thoroughly gentlemen in breeding and by na
ture. 'I now hackmen ho are considciate,
conscientious esen chiialrons- '
Tint was more than I could stand and
I shouted, "What ! do you dare use the noids
'conscientious' and 'chiialrous' in connection
with a hackinan. Hul Iknow what you're af
ter, Veralj you think you'll get me after the
hackmen and then I'll forget alwut ye clerks,
O no I you don't play any government tac
tics on me my dear Veral t What I want to
make you understand and appreciate is this.
That most of the clerks in this town ate a set
of snobs who have never learned their trade,
lor trade it is, and has e only picket! up the
business in order to gain a livelihood by what
they deem light and 'genteel' work. That they
aie not men in the proper sense of that word,
sho live and ftel the earnestness of life, its
responsibilities and duties, its reciprocal inter
ests and trials: but are rather society moths
v.ho spend most of their time fluttering around
the candles of the rich and waiting like the so
cial adsentures they arc, for something 10 turn
Von said 'most,' Ionia, I think you mean
'roany,'" replied Veral, " It is all eiy well
tn generalise and condemn sneepingly. Be
ipcdfice, 'an it please you, CJIse me instance
to warrant such wliolesale condemation."
Thai was just what I wanted, and I opened
upon him with my fund of eapcrience with
Honolulu clerks. " No, Veral," continued I,
" I mean ' most,' unles you use 'many' in
comparison with the lew who do not come
wfthin my category. But, specifically, I can
give you numerous Instances of uncleikly con
duct w hich have fallen under my observation,
or to which 1 has e often had my attention called
by complaining employers or Indignant patrons.
(I) 1 haie seeN different clerks wait upon cus
tomers with a pipe, cigar or chew of tobacco
In the mouth, punctuating their sentences with
Intermittent spittings upon the floor, (I use the
Saxon 'spitting' because it expresses ihe filthy
action tAMljr,)ot with clouds of tobaccosmoke
Mown urn the patient customer's head or Into
his or her facr. (I) 1 base watched clerks
vhlle away their time til conversation with
chums, ur in listless gaping while the dust set
lied over counter and goods, and became quite
Indignant if they were reminded that they were
not attending to their employer's Interests. (3)
1 have seen them fall under suspicion of show
ng fasoritism to races by leaving white women
standing at the counter and then dcliber
F 'itcly walking off to wait on some native belle
4 whose smiles they wish 10 gain. (4) I have
sttn ye clerks allow a woman to stand in the
middle of the store, without cien olfciing hei
a chair, as long as fifteen or twenty minutes,
while another clerk was sent out for a desired ar
ticle. (5) I hae een clerks, whose ruling
unibiiion was o shine In social ciictcs, display
tbeii cheek by Intruding themselves Into the
houses U iheir patiuru, after an only casual
acquaintance with some members of the
household, (C) I have Seen them, time and
Jjain, show the greatest Indirfcrcnce to the
wants and wishes of their customers, and tn
the Intemts of their employers la ditpming o
goods and chattels, (;) I have seen them
make walking, gunning nuisances of themselves
while esncislng their Uly. killing piopensities,
i, s they style it In eleganl counter jumper
Urvglivli, making a mavh, (S) 1 have tern
the fitren-dollar-a-week young bhxI display a
style and espem that would soon Iting hi
employer 10 ihe veige of bankruptcy. (9) I
have seen these young bloods hand and glove
with the hackmen, tiding aftci immoral piac
lice and hilling iheii thoit comings under a
. nuiiwc of ictprctaliihiy. (lo) I have com
jMJol their Inability with the efficiency of om
ftmit llltftirn, with Wign nl ileil
KnmiaMn tsmlily . llcklM. in. Of ihe
imiIuimI IhhiU'I vmswli, ill Mniwt ami Win
fi, liwtn wtlisl for San I'mrwhen, tlw fryhm
and I aiallna fnt llnnkiwg, Ih ('. (). Willi
ntnie hit III Sffliiid ami lh Mat) l(lg hit
Hi viilu of ipnd by the vsiiIihk ile imi
tin fm th uk itimmni In but 1lll,Hj it,
nf ttlltfll III MlllKlM imik f.Sr,77.. IS
Ih leuioval nl t itllTni genrial I.
Allen after iwenl) )wti nf fallhlnt urivif In
the rtnlnm Iwnar lias ciillavl fnilh 1111 earnest
piniest 1 1) Ihe chtmlir nf twnmfii, ivhkh Is
pnhllsliAl lit full liwlir' In this luniei Siirh
Wlnliifl In An ftllifvi who In senrtl Ih mun
It) an filthnilly and linnnll), and llie uieitiiii
III cniiiiminlii i IntpiilMI), meets on with
eiilrsWm nf ennteuipl -enlileiilrt fm all
piilleaCiHinlving limaiil the ehingr.
On M.mhIai nvi, th jjii.I Iniiam, Mi I!
I'. Adflins will hold .1 mortg.ije tle nf
seier.il inrclsnf i,il(eini sltnil in vMiliins
paila nf ill Ullnds
file Abnifilt will h dii aim on Monday
nevt linm "iiii 1'iaiulwii, with dalrs In th
1 51)1 liKUnl, li is KHsllite she iiny Im lit,; the
pail) nf timiUli fiom Oiri;iin mkii nl elv
where In this lu.
Hi, iflhfi siirstnleilin fiilvllngthemwlvtnlnln
a lwiilon, iImi ilir wmihl l kept nmi ihan
a fmliilijhi? Veial, I hnv taken giml mlns
In find mil lm ih wnilil frrla im thU matlfr,
ami after ome ninnihsntaiivlety haveiecelinl
Ih following iTr, I'll first was wiiiti-n liy
my fiietiil Mr. t'liMlw .Mgeuum Swlnlwm
ilurliii! his siunnifi vac.illnn iimi the subiiil
uf lnuliiii ihe second w-a mntilhiilnl by
Mi, ( hill Waiifti hliird.iid ndcr n purclns
lust nip around town-"
llmS dn,U, ilfiLUi ilmW,
(lvf il nmiiirr ilivn'i I rii.t
Mash maVlnf tltnW
VllK nn Insaiw srnll an.1 ilt miiV.
IIAlif,il rlrk I
SmlTk! mill I1
Veial limkeil neivmis, I llnwelu -I iumiiI
lo Maggei him, If I cinild. II wnileil' fully
line mlniitn Ik-Ioi he eipcnnl nn 111 and ihen
he ild "Vour 'specific' chaiges ni sllll al
togelhci geneial. lint I appreciate your un
willingness 10 'name lumes't and irmgniicl
Ihe manifcsl Inipioprlety nf i lining. Il is'
enough, ) nn think, tn htlng specific chaig,
truttiilr, ami lei the iiubllc place the canMI II M S CnnMnce from Hawaii
when thei fit. Hut, though I cannot coniro-1 !'"r f1;!" Mki;c frnni Knuil and way pom
veil Ih truth nf whvt vm. charge, a, tn the in Sc '' W"Un fnmi Uliu
1 kiiiav, Mepieinner 19.
Walehu fmni Walalua.
S.VTtlRlHV, Seplnnbei 1,1.
Sell Man.1 fmni 1'ii.ikaa
tlklne Kuirkit fiom S.in l'rancii.ii
Mini Kin m fmm Maul and Hawaii
Sch K.ilnlxiw from Knul.in
Sell Kit Mol fiom Iriinpaliiielmr
Sn.NiiW, September 1 1.
Slim C. It, llislmp from Ihnukua
Stmr Iwalanl fmni Kami
Sch Wnli ill ftuiii I Una
MONIIW, Seplcuilier 1 5. -Sch
Catvrlna fiom llaualri
Slmr I.rliua fiom llawiiii
Stm Moknlii fmni Molnk.ii
ch Knwuilani from ll.uulci
Tl'KSIi.W, September l(
(iei baik C R llishop fiom lltcmen
Wi iinmdvY, September 17.-
rni. in 1 in:
Mmnltlftf .Vritf mfcer' IMIi
I I-.I laiurdiy night -n lnrliiiMi hrlpnl
(111 ihe lailnii hme slau. Ih(l wasnn at
rf fnf turner), nn fnr ioiiilloi lir anltai,
nrnl nn fni itianntrily ri mil 111 1 i ih inrliy
jii rmiiiil, Vaipily, iIht. a only nn r
!! fnt asawllltl
I'auihi from Kauai.
Sch Kekaiihiohi fiom Knuai.
Sim l'lanter finm Knna and Kail.
SruRn.V, September 20 -
stm t.ikcllke from Maul.
Sch Wiiinialu from Kau.ii,
Sch Knuikt-nuli fiom Knhila
Sch Mnnuokawai fmni Konlau
stances yoiinentlon, jet I cannot liellfve ynu
aie Just In thinking thc.mivbehavinr ynu speak
of Is general. I refer In your clntges In iheii
inter, (l I have een ont llnnnluhi clcik
working with a pipe in his mouth ;lmt only one. I
am sine the practice Is by nn means geiici.il.
(2) Some Ilnuolulu cleiks aie lary -some .11c
not. The same condition evists eveiy where.
(3)Thc practice of wailing firu on wahines sci I.enhi from llamakua
may be occasionally what you say It is. Hut,
other things beim etiat, the nallvr woman
who comes fiil oughi in lw liist sriviil.
The iniiolitenc of allowing a hdy tn stand
while goods nrc being sent for Is, of course,
unpanlonable -esccpt when the store happens
to be crowded, all the chairs occupied, und all
the clerks mnie busy than they might :n be.
(5) I fancy tint cleiks are not the nnl) offen
ders against social giiinl usage - in the mailer
of inlrusion, or in any similar Impertinence.
MondaV, September 15.
Slmr Marhmvi for San KmiicIsco al noon,
htnu I.ikchke fnr Kahulul
Sell Mnuunkautii for Koolau
Sch Waielui for W'aialua
TUkMisv, Sepleinbcr 16. -Sell
Hnleakalt for I'epcckfo
Sch Wallelc for Maliko
Slmr Kilauca I Imi for winilw,iid.)rts.
Slmr I.t'hu.1 for windward poits,
Stmr C H llishnp fnr llamakua.
If they are.hc only iiilinilers, it is of course , mr, ,l,V.,',,,u ' , , ,l,:"' ,
U I Ant III f lain lAr I Ir-innliiiiit
just 10 single them out, if not il is unjust. If) llr!l ,)k ctatlna for Hnnckonc
clerks arc social intruders as a clas, it is just to ' Schr Kalnhow for KooUu
say so: if not. it is unjint. I think that special I Am bk C O Wluiinnre for the Snuii.l
count ought not lo W made 11 alls certainly, A,n ,cr" Ma,V ,)o,1Ke f,,t KllreUa
not so swecpingi). (f.) This charge is merely j U nksiy. September 17. -
a restatement of your second chaige. (;f 1, ' ?!' p -Yror'',J-
', , , , .1 Sch I'ohoiki fiir I'uiia
loo, have seen clerks oveisu-p Ihe lwuniU of H,nlr ,Ioi,0; for Molok.11
uriuleinanlincss in their attcnlinns to lady cus I Sell I-iholiho for l'unaluii
lomers. Hut. if the Honolulu young vsnianSch Waioli for ll.in.i
isabsolutelv free J,.,m. that execs, of go,,. ! " WW
spirit which makes innocent Ibitation possible, I . ,. , , .,
; , . . , ' ' riiUKsiuv, September S.
then she is a very suwnor v.nlety of her ' Stmr Waimanalo for Walmanaln.
secie. I fancy that 'mash making' is not Sch Kainoi for LauiKihiKhoo
carried on indefinitely as a one sided game, I Am b,iK W G '"" for San Francisco
loma. " IS) This charge indirectly alleges dis-1 FRIDAY, September 19.
isolaleil instance, may lie just. Hut, if 11 is ,
true generally, then the employers must be a Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports
precious set of softies, not to find out the fact I.ivikisxiu, lint bl. Vakuns.
r. .1 1... ,,i v i... :, IJuensw. li. V. MacfjrUne 4 Co.
imi ,iiti,,-v,,.. ,w , vu, .-.i ii.uii, (M,i ,,, , ..j.,. ,,..,, rv- .
loriunaie on tor your argument, so lar as my
own espcriencc goes, v on are a San trail
ciscan by long residence, 1 am one by birth.
Do you mean to include San Francisco in
your comparison I nave cen more rude
ness, more incapacity, more ever) thing dis
creditable in the few San Fianciscan clerks
I have dealt with, thau In the few
Honolubn clerks I have dealt with. You
may take twenty of the average clerks that
San Francisco can furnish, and I will match
them by twenty Honolulan clerks, who are
their peers in morals and manners, in business
tact and business integrity."
lie was rather excited, so I asked him what
he thought of the verses. The rpicry sobered
him. He looked at me fixedly for a moment,
and then, turning away, began lo wiile. A
few minutes lattr he rose, handed Yne some
verses and went out of the office whistling
some bars from "William Tell." The verses
were these :
Il stems to me sou quite forget,
O i cruel, cmel erilicette,
Trwt here anil lUerf ; snic damninc tin
Takes not the world's vide cycle in.
If here a bother falletli down,
(As there a Lrvther ssins renown,)
Not all of us are vile, because
One brother mocked him at Ckxt's !as
And, lur one clerk who is not true.
111 lather ten who aie.forvou.
1 tried to call him hack, for I wanted him
lo show me (he " ten " ; but he was gone.
Honolulu, .September tS, 1SS4.
Due Uct. t-s. I. II. Davics Co., Agents.
Jail-it, lla. bgttte 11 szako 'lierne
Due In all October A. F Cooke, Agent
Huston, Am bk Maiuma (Mvi llenson
Hue Oct. ao-5. C Ure.rr A L'o , Aecnts.
Navs YokK, flerhk Hams 'I hornbulin
Due Oct. 15-30 Castle & Uooke, Agent.
Navs Yon, Am. urn bk Gko. S Ilnum ..l'crr).
Due bep. 1-3, coal for L.', S. Government,
lir lowNSKMi, Am. bk FoRRsr QCBKS Uodren
nue :seii. 5-10. , .vgents.
LustJON, sia St. Michaels, French ss IIokukalx,
Due Sept. 10-15. (J. Masfarlane A Co , Aj-ems
Clascow, II1I1. bk IIsnca Jtirberros.
rosail about Mi, 1, I-. A. bhaeferA. Co., Azenti
HoscKosic, Anu bkAaoiK CARVaa I'eiullcton
leading Aug, 1. . , Agents.
Sio-rxv, Amss Lirvof svnsv Dearborn
Due bejit. , 1 UckfelJ 4 Co., Agenlv
New Castik, N SW, llrit.bk I'ACll-lcbLnn, llatue
Due or. 1-5. Wilder K. Co., Agl.
i.uAiiing ,ug. 14. - Agents.
I'ORT I'owNSVNt,, Am bktne Vrkstli-r....
t or Kahutui, due Sept. 15-30. Vj'ildcr at Co., A'g'l
btN I HANCISI.O, Am bk D. C .YluanAV Ilerry
Due bit 15-10. , Agents.
asN rxANciscn, ,vm uglne LiNscrLO Cousins
Due Sept 20-15. V . t;. Irssln & Ca, Agents.
San r iMMCIscn, Am s s Alaui-da ,,,Morse
Due Sept 31. Y. (,, Irwin a. Co., Agents.
dan Francisco, Urit s sfALANuu ,. Webber
Due Oct s. llaikfelda: Co., Agents.
I'll II IX
1 111 San I lanclwii iwr V (i lnMii, Srpi. iH
,1,'iri I'kga, II,jSi II., .iinntt isr !. ')5.'
yi II, iiii lout. vl. ij,iiy ).
I'm I'm I rmvnsend pel f O. Whllmnir,
Sepl, li fi; pkg iig.it, 10 list lie. I is '!
p.ini ilniiillc value li 1 hi. I'nielgn vain
For San I i.huiai iiei M.iilt4, Hpt IJ
liilfi iiktt sugar, l.iuol.ei ilc, lolip.i iiif
r., ......... I. I.l. ,1 L...I . .,,u, .LI... , I....I
r.ili, skim, l,Sjbiirh bananas, Ifi lis Intel
leai. ipica liraml), 50 hmll rune, j iki;
I1I1I1I ivxili, 9 east J.lliu, 1 ca Ll.is:lie, I
linrsr. I'ltrrlgn Viihl $.t5'l I ibiinslli mine
lie llllirr I'lillltl:
t'aptaln He) uolds has lieen apHiliitrii m
vejoi and nisloni hnilsi-guaiil fm th mit nf
Kahulul, Maul, vie M F Newtiin, ilrasrd,
.Noble Mailln and Hepifsenlallv Knuhan
lereivrd an uv-ntlon 1111 Ihrlr lelurii to Kitu
T heir roiiise duilng the I.U leglslailie session
was appmseil liy a large nnjoilly nl t licit mi
stllucnts In it most iiniiiislakrablr iiiinnrr
Kohati Plaiitnlloii has shlpK-i upwanl of
iSini Ions nf siigur for llie fibp of 1SH1, The
latiKins fniiu Ihe lowest Alnakea field, on the
hiie Inwiiid the eiutl, jlelded iipwanl nf Iwn
tons pit neie, Ih plant cane fiom III sain,
tn a previous season, lining itrldi-d Ions per
Maingn Wells, nf llnlaun, aslimlsheil peo
ple, nml his own tiimvchiild as well, by com.
Ing back fmni Iht- t-OiM last week and ie(n)it
lug himself to be a mauled nun. II did 1101
biiug his wife but sailed rit'inc fmni S.111
I'mnclssn Iwn nr time hunts nfler Ihe cere
iiiony. Mis. Wills will nun on later. Con
gratulations me in order.
The steamer James Makce on her last dip
In K11111I mulcted valuable aid in saving tlie
schoonet linn llntklns from total In at
Au.ihnla, Th schonner had dini;geil her
.ltichois nml wns In ihe surf nml near the
incky shoie, ,vtlh her decklo.id nf lumber
thrown nvcihnaiil nl Ihr linn- the sieanicr
The IIII11 Siigm Co,, formerly Wninaku
Mill, llilo, Hawaii, has ordered n new double
elfect from ihe Honolulu Itnn Works. To
gether with the new plan! for Kukalau Plan,
tation, llamaktt.t, Hawaii, and s.uiuus other
jobs, ihe works arc fully occupied at prcsen(.
Among the ' other jjbs" an- two new Imilers,
on foi the I.ikclike, the other for the Kilauca
lldu ; the one for llie I.ikclike will weiuh over
A vrry pleasant evening was spent at the
residence of Mr. KufusA. I.) man, Paauhaii, on
llie evening of the 51I1 inst,, when ni.iny of tin
iicighhothond altendeil and kinill) helped to
cairv out the prngramme. Mr. (imnlcll, at
the orgm, icmlriitl some very fine music,
which vias greatly appicciileil by all present.
Such cntctlninmcnts will serve ti bring the
people together often, strengthen the social lie
and "drive dull car away." I-nng may they
The church al llimnkaa. llamakua. was
oiganied, and n sunday school established on
the 2jlliiilt. The new pastor, Uev. I (.nndcll,
of Hiadford, Massachussctls, took up the work I
uun great vigor, anti an went away iccung
that the success of the new enterprise was cer
tain. 'I lie church Sunday- school and day-
school formed there meet a need long felt, and
the greatest real is shown by nil In the neigh
borhoosl to help on the good cause. Mr.
Coodel! is a good musician, and a training
school for Ihe young as well as the old, in ihe
att of rendering good music will soon be
nrganired. All feel cheered by this continued
success through Ihe difficult stagcn of raising
Ihe proper funds, securing the proper man for
energetic church woik and organizing church
The V. 1'. C. A, Rending Knoni in llalawa
finished and furnished. Structurally, it is a
single room, 18x2s, furnished with a few lirxik.
shelves and closets, a large table for papers,
seats, chairs and lights. An attempt will lie
nude to keep a supply of papers and a few
lxioks, and keep the room open four evenings
during the week, beside Sunday afternoons and
evenings. The society is small and cannot be
expected lo do great things, but it is hoped
thai ihe building will grow In usefulness and
be appreciated by those for whose enjoyment
and good il was chielly built. To see that it
is practically appreciate! and does good utuoni;
residents and strangers will be all the reward
asked for by its promoters. Spare rcadinc
nutlet, second hand or otherwise, will lie
gratefully' received. It should be addresed
"V. F. C. A. Heading Hnom, llalawa.
,f tin hoilet, preventing mat entirely Hi-. Ing nf several of our e-Ki-ding schonnera was
appln. I by simply adding ih (nipound Oi!t ilnjl few nm gelling nlT till yrsterdsy
wale, If the mvr.iimn prme ..,ual ... -he ,r ttM (,f f, KuUh K)kl Alt, ,!
elaluia made fnt II. WMIiict owner. Ii,e a . ,.,.. ,.,, ,,. i.,. ni,L.,in
Merchant Vessels Now In Port,
Am. ship Kl Doraoo
Am. bktne Klrska,....
lie, bisrk C. K. lltstioe.
For San Francisco tier W. G. Irwin, Sept 18
-Mrs J II (iabbs, Mrs II Kings, John Hutk.
For San Francisco per Mariposa, Sept. 15.
Mrs M A Wallace and daughter. Miss A Km-
rick, Mrs C J Fishel and 2 children,!! M Al-
.4 ( fltr m Hrie Vhttrtlt
In considering the subject of The Future
fossibilitics of Ihe Hethel Church, last Sunday
morning, Ihe Kev. 1.. C. Oggcl made in sub
stance, Ihe following plea for a new church
edifice, as deemed essential to its success and
wider influence. He trusted he was not ani
mated by a spitit of pride or ambition, but b)
a commendable real fnr the honor of the Ixml.
It was admitted by all, no doubt, that a cer
tain harmony In uinls of attracliieucss aniWI
comfort between our homes and th house uf
the l)id should exist. Many iasage from
the Savioi's words could be adduced tu show
that (iod' hnu.c should have the piceniiuence,
and that in all In apioiutmenti it should jiro
claim ihe fact that it stands supreme in out
love and de vol Inn. This subject should com
mand out most chesiful and gcnciout gifts, at
there was not the coucspondencc Ixrtwecn
the private houses of I louolulu ami this church
home that there should lie. There were not
the attractions and conveniences here that
weie needed and he asked that this matter be
nude a subject ql rawest consideration tu ihr
end that the lSclhcl congrrgation may unite In
build fur Ihe I-oid's senicc a hou.e thai shall
be an oiiuincnl tn this fait city and an Imnor
lo Ills rum.
The Hoyal Hawaiian Hand will play al
r.uiina Square this afternoon al 4130 r. at.
The following is the programme 1
Oveinut-" Tl. Oaib " , Aub
ljllo;-H FuiMueva "... Lcutner
lUllal-' St. Agues hie , NdhVsu
Sc!lisM Caran ' . PUct
VV.hr -" m AU ' . . , Meisier
cxander, W I) Alexander,! I) Spreckcls, fam
liy and live servants, Asa Harder and wile,
M Daggett and wife, D O'Connelt and family,
ur j .unit .simin, J .si .viacne, .Mis 11 , .Mc
Kinlcy and daughter, Mr Colfcc, I, Aholo,
Mrs M A I'aty, I) II llrown and wife,
T C Afong, Mrs Tucker, Mrs McCar
Iney, J. T. MacC'rrtsson, 1'aul Iscnberg, W.
Circig Jr, I'lince Kawananakoa M Seisser,
Mr and Mr Hrening, W II Cornwell, li W
.Macfarlane. Miss ljneline Afong, John Cum.
mings, A. I. Campliell, S J Levey J M Hor
ner and wife, F. K Miles.Miss M UrugKcrnun,
V C Woo.1, Mrs F A Hounds and child, I.
Lander, Mrs 11 Vellguth, J Cabial wife and 3
chlldicn. V Dennis, wife and son. Mrs I Gom
el and child. Mrs R Habile and 3 children, I,
J dcSilva, I I'rcila, wife and 5 children, M
liuticr, .viacauicy, A rouge, J I io.t, h
Moxlcy, S I Gieenc, FSlcwatd, J II Goh1,
i: I Uyan, 0 Summer, C I'urdy, V Mental,
K Doyle, I Manuel, II II Curr. J Grace,
Mills, F lllgglns, I" Johnson and 4 Chinese
From Hiotncn per C, K, llishop, .Sept. 16
F. Harlmann,!! Tgescud,wife and 3 children,
I Iauipe,wife and 4 children, II Lundgiaf, F
Uoskiiig, W Kramer, D Tolklng, F Omtcr, F
For Kauai and waypotts, t James Makes-,
Sept 19 M. Dickson, Major Wroughlon,
Mis Netilham, ami 20 deck.
Fiom windward ports, per l'lanter, Sent 19
, J II .iiarim, l . Ulvln,
" Knglish lrvsons foi Hawaiian,"a neatly
printed and well written little Ixk, was
placet! in the hands of the reviewing editor
one day this week. It is by Kev. W. II. Ole
son, principal of llilo Hoarding School, and
revised by Kev. A, 0. Forbes, It will, b.
yond a doubt, supply a general demand for a
woik that would lurnish a basis for system
alic and progressive instruction of the I'nglUh
language in Hawaiian schools, It gives a suf
ficient vocabulary anil an airangenient well
calculated In fix the meaning and relation of
kindred words, and should supply a long felt
want in teaching Hawaiians Knglish,
I'lldaj miilng kindly Inn Hm( in nnmlrma
plui 1 mil Ins, mhii In (juiheilng fni Mlf
well iiifflfnfl with in wIhiImxiis m-dsy
by Ih Maitrmn for Suit I riirlo and aaMtin
ill, and filhel again III wrlnitne linme
niiinf IliMaj wlmlm iiilly trluMiil.
" A MftAitfli'ily w nf nl, 1 A nmiRhli"
Utile 'My, having hem ilitMlmnl wllh n
vvhtppfng, IniTii iH I1M1I." I hei w 11 nun
liirlimliiij)' tas nf antetde In f'alUomti (
wnli). 'Ihfipwa a "liiing" Jul) 1 ami ih
" riiinllonal liiunlty" man t-iiiil W 1I0
ihw lliiiifKHir In llnwtill,
A ttl)' nf solur flyhly pcitnii ha lieeil
rrsiniieil In IVtll-tnd, Dntiuu, In sink oil thu
phuliKH think of Ih webb font slat and Unk
In ih pneiinliil siiiithlii of Hawaii nel, I'l'l'
tlly It cleuil uem inonlli, Knlisos I'll)
ifU In send us a pans befmr X'miis, and
IMHM In Clilengn tnul New vmk aie ililiil.lui;
nf rnnilnq thl way iIiiiIhk Ih wlnlri
" Ikhtml II tiueiald cnveilng the seductive
eiieiiinb'ei fniiemU a mw of double teelh, and
woe to Ihe Tnau who ruler ihe entiilinl wllh li
iiigl-)i.inilri, 'Ihe ciiciimhei iiemr show
light uiilll nflcl II Is down, Mrn have been
VnAivn In wiemtle nil night with a curiiinbei,
and aim mil sernnd best In the moiiiing "
The genlltm.ui who semi the (iiildi- the
alrfive, iytM,Ti only good thing pm down
10 Ihe tiiilit lir ihe cnciiiiilici Is il sovt'iflgn
vnluesfl ro.irh Iwne. 'ul up fw slle,
pill linm tn your iitry am! e '
Sevcrnl new' concern have JhM .mule their
optnlng Ikiw tti)hc llouohihi piihlic, lo calei
kfiir Its pilionage. The ircnl cnUigi-melil of
the Temple nf Cushion and gmnd npenlni! ha
been an rvenl of Ihe wtek, On Snluiday
Messt Weiinei and Jacobson openeit iheii
Jcweliy istablishruciit, on Coit-Slieel, wiihii
leniptliig display) while lb I tituiUhi, a blnck
fiitlher up Ihe sluet, opened with a sup
ply cool sodas, etc., and, this morning, i an
nounced Ihe oieiiliigiif the haiatngi House,
on Itolcl Slieet, Willi nlllhtlullnsof trade
competition Is liecomiig severer.
Captain ll.iyw.1nl of t lie M.ulmsJ lint a
h.ilf-seller and li.ilfsp.inlcl named " llos'n,"
A great sivlnunet Is " llos'n," as is a huily
taint I. dog of the tlcxk.it known is " Nig." Il
Is gicat fun to see them to in liy.ellicr alter
the same stick, "llns'n " Is neivtms, "Nig"
phlegmatic. When Ihey teach Ihe stick,
"Nig" lelstiicly but firmly lake hold, while
his companion tugs v Intently, generally tnilllug
himself under ihe water for his pains. Hul on
neatitig the shot "Ho 11" neatly always
succeed in gelling the stick away, by a sudden
jeik, and swims tiliimpb.inlly ashoie ahead nf
his stronger but less agile companion.
There is a lady now temiKiratily resident In
Honolulu whose family has had extensive mili
tary experience. 'Ibis lady Is Mrs, Wallace,
widow of (Jen. W, II. L. Wallace ami sister
ofC. II, Dickey of Haiku, Maui, Therceord
is wnrlh publishing, as well lor llsgtncral in
terest as for its special Interest In members of
Iheii. A. It. and other Umleil-Slales sol-
lien. Her fuller- now Judge T. I.ylc Dick
c), of the Supreme Court of Illinois setved
in Ihe Mexican war 11s a captain of volunleers.
In the war nf the rebellion, Captain Dickey re
cruited the Courlh Illinois Cavalry and went
Inlo the war as ils colonel; wns lor a lime nn
Grant's staff, afterwards icsigning because of
ill health, Her brother Cyrus F. Dickey was
a captain in the eleventh Illinois Infantry, w.n
aiislnili.ndiuL1lit nen'tal niUhc-ataftrtf Geiv
eral Hansom; ami was killed 11 Mansfield
Court House in Louisiana, during Hanks' Red
River Campaign. Lieutenant C. II. Dickey
was an officer in his father', regiment, the
Cotirth Illinois. Cavalry, and was wounded,
near Atlanta, during Sherman's "march 10 ihe
sea." Mrs. Wallace's lowland, Gen. W. II,
L. Wallace, went In the Mexican war ns a pri
vale and came out an adjutant with the rank
of major. He went into the rebellion as the
colonel of the Kiev cnth Illinois Infantry. II
was rapidly promoted and in the summer of
1861 was placed in charge of a diiisioii, rank
ing with Sherman. In the terrible battle of
Shiloh he commanded a division that was sur
rounded by the enemy. Rather than surrender
Wallace ordered his men 10 cut their way
through. In making the attempt Ihe gener
al fell and was left on the field for dead. Mrs.
Wallace, who had obtained a kiss through the
lines, reached her husband's hcadrpiarters, a
transport anchored on the Tennessee River, on
Ihe morning of Sunday, April fi, iSfii. A
short lime after she reached the iot her hus
hand's horse galloped down lo the river, rider
less. The general was found on the field next
morning, not yet dead, lying beside an empty
cassinn, his head propped up by a roll of blan
kets, placet! iheic by a humane rebel. Ucliu-d
only four tlay s longer, Icav Ing an env iable rep-
uialmn.for bravery, and soldier like qualities.
One of his brothers. Col. M, K. M. Wallace,
went out as major nf Colonel Dickey's regi
ment, and afterwards commanded il. Capl.
John Wallace of the same regiment, died nf
yellow fever. Matthew Wallace, orderly ser
gram of the same rsgimcnl, was drowned at
Cairo. Mrs. Wallace has been fo some tlay
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N'otl.
'I'tieadrfy, September tilth.
1 he Kinau has ieen taken up on the Ma
line railway and will lie thotoughly oscrlnuled
and icpaintisl during tier week' respite.
About 200 passjiorts tuv e lieeu issued to out
ward 1 mil nd Chinese K-r barks C'cylon'and Ca
lalina, for Hongkong, both of which me ex.
pc'iling'to jjet away to daj.
ttf,lfi In mTigiMitltlr lhelnrtv
Jo Motilli, ilMlgnl wllh riMiitl wllh itdl)
wWimi ill ill itWlIrt nf llsntdkiw, lllivntl,
WAS )ntrrila mottling istliirtilllnl for Dial by
Chlrf Jmllre jmlil, in I lirunt nl ih N'mtnl
her Mini of lli stipirm nil ai Wilinm,
Ifiwnll, Miliar, wlm, liy Ihe was, hv lll!l
ytftftitsy. T lit pililanr was InlhtfrTtrt lhal
tliltr nf the four Alkti w found not guilty
fimt allnrknl a f liln n Nntwmi Avenue
11 I Ih flim blldgr, last naiuiday ntghl,
llie) sfletssntiW allarkeil a WDUMfl, Ml.
Iillln ilmmmi win In III wftiiMn'a srl-
anr, and wo atlsekrd liy iheiii. Ih line
and mil Fieutli- was raplm! lit I nwln'al weir gln well nn inonih,
ynid last liindiy nlghl liy Oifii MHniair,
who filllnwtll a llnrilptlnll aelll flflfll I IAsAMII,
Ml. J. . Ilniiin irn;nl lilm and h fl
held ns.ilhne si.ilrsl, lib pita Is lint guilt).
'Ih native wlimn lie It thaigrsl wllh mlliiii;
wa IhOuuhl In be mil nf ilsngi-1 when lasl
H e,ite,l,f, ,eilen,le,' I III,,
On CIiIiicmi fm laitrny of fnli, nne Inwne
CIiIiimA wniiian, and .1 iiallvtilinnk enmiilMttt
list iifghl'a aiirsl.
( leik of th Milpifiii ( otlll I'naler will I
linn by Ihe Alaiimln iiesl Moiiilay, Duniig
tils alssenre Deputy (Telk tinllh Ii.sk filletl ih
p'rtllliin In a mm I Kilnsi.iklng and ohllliig
'f h lirriuau lmik f It lllsliop, Captain
Wolleia, aitlved yealenlay, ifii da) fiom
llieineii, ronslgiiiil In Messrs llackfrld A Co,
wllh a general caigo iiud 17 (iernMii lahorna,
Including 8 men, 2 women and 7
I'ala plantation, Maul
Dotlor McKlbbln'ph.eliiiib)iy wassupnHd
in lieaslowaway nil lni.uil the ( , (), Willi-
mine sn Ofhter l'rhll-i went afiri and enp
lined Mm, The mini olliici raughl a native
slriwaway on boaid the Maty Dodgr anil t
Chinese ditto ru build Ihe Calallna,
In ihr siiptcme couil last Ms.ntl.iy ihe full
roiirl cmiflrnicd the pirvious judgment of
Judge Austin hi Ihe case of I'diiinnd am! I'd
win Unit, is, I It II Knpu et al, Allkecon
(ii Hint Ion was made in Ihe mallei of Chief
Justice Ituld'a pirvious decision In Ihe case nf
C. Afong v, Chun Tung Afong r als,
It It i an "they ay"tliat one enieipilslng
oprator has seemed and "sailed away" $70,-
oorj In siller cerllficalcsfor which he Jiope
In obtain gold from the government oil Decern
hei 1st, Another, has put away $0,ooo am!
several other nte holding smaller sum for the
same puipose. Of couisr Ihe ceillfiratrs pre
sented must Ih- of ilenmulnallons ovei len dol
lar. It is most peitlncnlly suggested by a fiiend
of Ihe Guide (hat ihe government ought to
erect shear leg at one of it wharves for Ihe
placing in position 01 temoviil of holler and
llie inachint i of local steamei. At present
many of th local vessels an- sent to the coast
because nf Ihe expense and Inconvenience of
spcciall) erecting sheet Itg. There are few
cities of Honolulu's comiiicrci.il Imoiance
that arc without permanent hoisling apiaralus.
One capable of hoisling 50 Ions Is needed here.
If any one cares to sec a busy sight, let lilm
look in .11 llie bank today. Thittydwu bain;
of Mexicans came In last Monday, chief!)
from the other islands, each bag containing
$500, and much nioic came in yesterday, all
of which ha to be counted. Occasionally
"once in an Infretpiency," as Mr. Gilflory
says- the bank clerk's life is not a merry one.
The reason of this sudden rush is the facl thai
the Mexicans inusl be exchanged for Kala
Icauas liefoic the end of this month or not at
all, and (he l-ank does most of ihe exchanging.
The Ceylon and Ihe Catalinn gnl away yes
terday afternoon, the former wilh 160, the
latter wilh 101 Chinese passengers. These
emigrants go home to spend their hard-earned
wealth in the acquisition of wives find other
valuables'." On-lmanftli Ceylouihe'sgentB
futnish only fuel and water. An enterprising
Chinese caterer put up Ihe requisite bunking and
agreed lo furnish" rice, pig. lea and other
essentials of Chinese dietary. for $14 .1 head.
The passage alone was $15 a head, The
Ceylon may go on to Hoston with a cargo and
may return lo this iort.
King Lunalilo and Judge li have been the
only well-to-do Hawaiians tn bequeath any
of Iheir property 10 charitable or religious
objects. In Judge li' will II was provided
that one-tenth of the income from his prop
erty should lie devoted 10 such charitable and
icligious objects as the executor should deter
mine upon. In pursuance of thit duly, Judge
Judtl has set apart from the Income of Mivs li's
estate for ihe year ending July 1, iSSt, the
following bequests :
I'uitior. and support of Libbie Komoikchueliu. .$l j6 oo
r.ws ciiurcn. ,...-
Hawaiian Hoard of Home Missions
Hawaiian llo.rduf Foreign Missions
'Ih I'niiHViira nhuliat itMsl lli titaksl
lope nf I'linrhliowl hliWKiui a lli pumpkin
ilne.aiMl im gietn at I he oiililri( foul, hif
Imsed llielr Hill holdings on veiy slum trim.
Many nf limn Mvr lliwarl In lirlr.lic, If raly
Instalment air obulmihle, Atmoil all nf Idem
at m, In dtfie In niich,ie lln-.il holdings,
1he lw ilniionilialnl Iheii rapidly foi Im
proilin; the Will Hiidei illsfntiraglng rliruin
itaiuil and II I lo Ik-lniesl the) will lit ar
rntded a 1 Inner in aequlie lute
I h alliMllon hi th 1 iisloui hottsr It fol
low 1 Mr. Allni was iiotlfinl of Mluiilrr
Unpens ' wish foi hi imlgnnlinn on T'iipxljy,
Ile did tint einl In lit rlgiiallnii a was sd-
veilltnl by 1 Ifirtl notlrr Imi will pinlnthly
tin so '.n-il.i). 'I he law My lhal Ihe king, by
mid wllh Ihr consent of Hi iilryrounil,tbi!ll
opimlnt a tollable lu-rsini lo ) mllcelor-geii-
rial, who shall hold iiffitr iluiiug Ih king'
hlldren for Lpleasui. 'I'wcnly yraia ago W, I . Allen was
made mllectnt general by Kninthimehi V.
1 1 lit Id office during lhal king' pleasuir, tim
ing I.uiialll'i' plrasuie and, until now, duilng
Kalakaun a pleasure, For a manifest wonder,
the ptrsriit king' pleasmr ha Ik-ih (In lliit
compaiallvely u,lainl lnvianre) the plentuic
nf Ihe entire inercinUle cnmiminlly, Hut llirie
ha (.0111 a kink In Ih kings pleasitic -a
twltl of th all ixiwciful (iibsrin wiisl am!
the king's schoolfellow ami tlfe-Iongwell-wttlici
is lellred for iluuhle puipvse lo gel laukfi
011I of Ihe foirign office (lliercby gelling Webb
nioic Ihoroughly ') and tn icplacr lit I he cut'
loin limine Mr, GllsonV fiiend Hemlry , The
gentle Cuill iloesn'l like the "gentle racket"
so say hi friend, Hi fine diplomat!
mind pirfci hi t in llie foreign offic lo
the exacting position of head of ihe customs'
department. Hul Mr, Inukra hat always been
a Ihoni-in-ihe-sidelo Mi Gibson, In a tense,
he has lcen check um him because lie wa
an intimate" nf the king and could I'll him those
of Mr. Gibson's schemes lhal fell mulct hi
notice liefore Mr. Glbvm wat ready lo have
them (old. So Curtis was sent abioad lo get
him out of the way, and now, for Ihe tame
ieasf,u, he Is given Ihe fat billrl of collector-
general provided he will takecaicof Mr. Gib
sonVdear friend, Mr, llrudiy, Cuills is kicking
his friends say. He Is willing lo be collector-
general, if he mint, but he doesn't w ant to IwsjiI-
died wlli a man whoiiiMt, Allen keplaslongas
he ioslbly could and retain Id sclf-rrpect,
a man whom he befilened when Ihe man had
no friends here; and whom he defended against
any and every allack until his eye were ihor
oughly opened. The apxiintment of so inex
perienceei a man a laukea, ami Ihe reappoint
uirnl of a man like Hendry (a virtual head
without Ihe check of a chief like Allen) opens
the door for every specie of irregulailly. If
the king cares still further in goon record as op
mstng the entire mercantile eoiumunily, so he
St. Hut soler second thought may orii the
king's eyr to Gibson's little gmie anil he may
see his way to winliack alittlenftheprerotjilive
which Gilescm has usurped.
I'rlilnu, Srplrmhrt Hill:
There were only livo ariesls last night, one
Inebriate and one reckless diiver.
There were eleven new mcmliers elected to
the V. Al. C. A. ranks last eveninu,
lit Inlrfretlrrf l.tllrv
Al.uil Ih rrvilril plarr In llonnhihi I Ihr
O, s S to, dock The wind wan-lets at It
llilrtli finm inatika In inakol (begging th
pinln't pjiilnii I) mid ih ilfiught It alvla)t
fiesh and almost I uclngsa wlirn lh iluil
fiom the a.ljolnlng whaif jwe rrinipaiil
Ihe Inrrre and illsgiiintlr ihe tlvllor. A l
In ihr lt of ih nflVt on tn tml-grifng tlrainet
day I heller limn l In ih linage
llitutt. f'imirtly, fate, inrloilrama, sy.
ami liageilyslm, at pliyeil Iheielwkr tveiy
nioiiih, line I fal, tlrrk, niinpUtrnl
Imiklng f hliir damns meilhaiil, II has
sent sway one luindirtl ami lhlily-iiln litwK.hr
and rnniMri ihr hlpmiit wild tslltfartloii
II Krs rjtit ami ihne roinr in, wear ami
heay fynl, a I'otliigKe OHipl all,) llir I wo
clilldirn, a Ihi alwl nine, 1 giil i,rniirnlly
llitflrrn. 'Ihry ir Intnul for ibal iKr4 allur
Inn nf 111 Dora-bin- f allfmnU wlm ihey
will find riot Irtt hard will awl no t;ret'i
rilbllill of "grtllri mi," In lhal close Ml
ijjgt i nalrib rw, ii it only ih ntM,'
man I'llday, turn tn link afier ih' wleker
(hairs, llie liunW, itf, M lh iulb arul hi
family, line I 11 liunly planlslUu agio'
linking If there was no Udlom 10 fall ful of
llie aogai tnaikei. .Thnegorn a plaiiln, who
own mi esisie norlh 1 'imilel of s million
stilijerl i iiilgjg tid Mhei rlelit 3g.gil
Ing iiraily half million. He look, liowrirr(
If lie owlie seyeul plantaliont, lift
come an Inkerpei and t piofesloiial fileml of
publican and tiuiieis, a vrry lis and et
teedlngly vntaille young man, capable
of gell.lng ihe living Ihe woild owe him,
al Ihe etpense of Ids Irs alive ami Its veita
ill fellows, Vonder stands one but Jut! a
widow, and by her tide a blide only a few
monlht mauled, ami ntai them lady who
will soon liromei bild. If Ihe widow's
weetl are t wattling thai human hipplnet is
an unknown and undetrnninalr, quantity in
Ihe ualon wecalllifr.thrie I liirouragrnteiil
In the faces of thai old and loving couple whu
lean over Ihe rail, and wave kindly ftienelltlo
their friends Mow, And now Ihe band be
fin lo play, The rairiagr come more upld
y, line cornrt a man of science fand not far
behind dignified, Kitlh Hawaiian gentleman,
also, for Ihe nonce, a man of tclenc, Tlul
elderly Hawaiian wllh no end of leltaluul hi
neck Is ime of tin. few succcttful planters of his
rare. Thai liulr maiden who follows lilm so
(eaifnlly wilh just one more love gailani "for
Uiiclejohn"! one of Ihe prrlliest of half castes.
Tlieisfl Ihe mpular little tfatighter of a con
sul, wilh iihpianl face and lear-wel lashes, say
ing goo! h)e 10 a seoieof friends, misses In
lecnt, and young men in iheir twenties and
friendly el.lerlles of ill ages. Their, with a
wreath around hi solid looking thirrsl il an
American tliplomal- the next United Slat
Senator from Nevada. And now, alnte Ihe
ha!-! of eager Voices, alene ihe limit of tlie
Ihe mates, and nimble of ihe wlierli, above even
the music of the band, ting out Ihe jangling
discord of llie gong that order the slay. Uhllult
on shore. Ami reluctantly Ihey go, and the
ladder is raited amidships and llie gangway
loosened aft and the last laggard hunies up il
as the shieiking whistle founds foi noon- and,
acioss the widening chum 'twist dock and
deck, final luck the alohas and Ihe last gol
IAe. Vours Iwmetlckly.
Honolulu, September Ijtli.
The "Saratoga" Kcsiaurant, al 99 Hotel
Street, opened Monday night under the catcr
ship of Mr, Kllis Hart. The premises ate
cool, atiy, neatly ami attractively furnished,
and in all respects inviting. The kitchen and
store rooni are detached from Ihe dining
saloon and ptfvate: supper room, and the heat ami
odof of conking do not intrude, as is the rule
in American restauiant. The representatives
of Ihe various newspapers were invited, but
only four resiMindcd t Ihe Flele, the Adver
tiser, llie Htillctin and the Guide. The dinner
wat a good one and admirably served. Mr.
Sleiner, Mr. Halt and the steward in charge
not fcrgetling hi majesty of ihe kitchen
are tn be commended and congratulated. So,
also, is the public, if it shall prove possible to
keep on a ha been lietrun.
The icport wa cutrcnt yesterday afternoon
that Collector-Genera! W. 1. Allen, had been
superseded liy Curtis I'. laukea. The news,
il true, will shock not only the business men of
Csbis city, but all who have commercial Interests
Sleamets Lehus snd Kilauca Hmi may no!
(hAt la tctbtl rountiurt, awl can fin.! no et; j bt: talk from llilo till Sunday moinlog.
( II Robertson,
iw For. Mr T W lis
ami 4 children, J IS Kubinsou, J McCarthy, A
,, YV Is I loll, ;
wife anil child, Mr and Mis Fo
II Smith, II II Williams,
riom Maui ei Likclike, Seit. :o.--Masters
Winter (j, i: Dowtcil, Ml.s M Doisctt,
C'has llrash, II Olxtl, Miss Iv ,Mosiu4n, Mis
Lulu MaVev Kev C V, (iro.cr, 11 11 1'luincii
J I'lumer, W I' Johnstone, Luhiawa, 95 deck.
Fiom lliemen, lieC. It. Hiihoo, Scl, 16
joo ton and 144 csks coal, 4J2 pkg
paints aiul oil, 356 pkg lxci, 066 pkgs pio
vitlons etc, I4J4 ptgt wines and liquois, 11
(kwji woulrn goods 4y hblt Ui, 301) empty
The purchaser of Ihe schooner F.hukal as
she lay stranded on the reef at Kacna I'oint,
Oahu, has been to the scene of misfnitunc w ith
a gang of workmen, and iffair weather con
tinues and no mishap occurs, report the pros
pect favorable for rescuing her. Wilh n
team 01 nine yoke 01 oxen she was drawn on
skids from her bedded position on the reef up
onto the beach and I there being patched,
Her masts and all other moveables will lie
taken out so as to allow hei to lie floated over
the icef foi tonage lsack to this igrt for rom
Service at (he Hethel to-moirow at tl
A. M. and 71JO p m. The Kev, 1 C. Oggel
wilt picach In the, morning, subject 1 The
Highest Good and How tn Secure It. In the
evening there will be a gospel Itmpcraiice
service len minule addles by the Kev. W
C. Alettilt, the Kev. S, K. llishop, Gcn'l-Sec.
Mason and the pastor. Tlie evening uncling
will lie prccesleil by a seivicc nf song, con
ducted by Mrs, Dillingham and commencing
at 7110 o'clock. A eoid'ul invitation is rsietr
ded to these service.
Mr, Ciiwan's llrVme't ftuitdav will be, in
the moiniiii;, C'hiiactciisilcs of a (ileal Uivc,
ami In the evening, The Worship of the
Gol.lt n Calf. The moiiihly cullertrju foi city
mission woik will 1 taken Sunday mottling.
The pi Ivy council wtll meet al the palace
Judging fiom llie nuinlver of lei that wcnl
out on llie Mariposa yesterday, the Iri makers,
Imth amateur and professional, mutt have done
,1 "busy business" as Dan Chaucer halh it,
There aie sonic folks who do not read the
uncrs, 01 bulletin lxjartts either, evidently,
judging by the number of Main! individuals
who were left behind yesterday by the I.Ik
like. Four o'clock came round nn hour too
soon lot some of them.
Ijist Saimday, in dumlieis liefote Judge
McCully, Mrs. Jane I'., Gumcy was aipointcd
ailminisraliix- nf the estate nf Joseph S.
uurncy, tieceasetl. lion. A. f. Jiuld pre-
senled his Dili annual accounting fni th
estate of Mis Irene li, which was examined
'Ihe well kown while toad stallion King
William was a passenger liy the outgoing
Maiiposa. I le didn't like climbing the natruw
gangway and several methods of enticing
him on hoaid were tried, including the follow
uiy-lcadct tiii'k of sending another horse ahead. lr
1.-I...II.. si. i:i i.irn.ir..i.i..t t-t ..te,
1 ,.,, j, -.,, .,,, s,iihi,,,,,,, muc,, rnsr!
t-irrcif him up the gangway most cleveily, a,
tllllllf. I,ts nl iK. IfS.I 1... r.lk.. n.l!.,,ll,mlts-'
....... ........ .... ...... ,., ,n.... K s".j
jiuooig 111 iau.
Mr. K. j. Nichols, civil engineer of this
cilyt ha been appointed gential agent for ih
Hawaiian Islands of " Dnwii.-i't Kucalyptm
lloilei-scale 1'icvciilivr ami Kcinoui," an
Arucilcan applicalhui which U tahl In be
tcvolutlonUhig fuel consumption in AmciisM.
Tlie pirparalion It uid tn act as apiesrttatite
In the islands. And yet, probably none will
lc surprised, for it has been evident for
some lime past that a man of Mr. Allen
integiily, notwithstanding his long evrieiicr
and ability at the head nf this principal source
of government revenue wa a galling thorn in
Ihe side of the administration. It has often
bernlsscitcd, and this art shows, thai honest
and capable men are not what the powers that
"tun" Hawaii want. Fraud i held al a
premium in high circles. Consequently cor nip
lionitts sulk triumphantly through Ihe land.
It will suit Hawaii's present pnlicy well for
vry Ironest man to desert her service.
7liNi-aifniy, .sjrni-rr MIA,
The C. It. llishop hauls in in lb I'acifi
Mail whaif locnmineiirrillscluiging.
King Kalakaua has pjicliased tlie I'uaiwa
.Mr. T. It, Lucas rerenlly imported lvai - for
There are plenty of skipjack (Imnitos), big
rrrl liltlr, iicm in lit mwrkel. -
Kamakaahoa, the well-known native house
mover ami dismantlcr of old hulks, died sud
denly.ai the premises known as Kapuukolo,
on King street, near the bridge, last Wed
The chamber of commerce met yesterday
morning and unanimously passed resolutions
endorsing Collectors Allen's sdministration of
the customs department, and expressing the
mercantile community's displeasure at Ihe con
The king requested the resignation of Col
lector-general Allen yesterday afternoon, which
was according sent him, though it is not known
that any meeting of the privy council has been
held to apiKiint Mr. Gilison's nominee at the
A lot of current quartern, $1,000 in value,
was lefusetl at ihe lieasuiy yesterday, on the
specious (or "special specie") pica that the
new currency law does not mean what 11 says
or. in other words, that Ihr tteasury- depart
ment is a law unto nsclf.
Tlie haitmr present a depressingly tranquil
appearance just now, with aliout all the coast
Ing fleel alisent and the three merchant vessels
in port all lying at, and adjoining, the Pacific
Mai! whaif. This situation render ihe Con
stance, the only vpiate-tiggei in the hailmr, a
relief In the eye.
Tlie native "oio" banana ought to be more
extensively cultivated than it is at present. If
carefully wrapped in paper while yet firm, and
allowed In fully ripen, 10 "mellow," the skin
will crack open, so that It will peel off
when the piper is removed, leaving within a
delicious morsel, nne that might well make
Pomona's inouih walci.
The Ilutlclin pokes fun at the AdveitiveiV
musical ciilic, terming the latter an "amateur
critic, -Mr. eslield Is one of thebol known
musical critic San Francisco lias ever had. Foi
some year he ilidmusical criticism fur the I'ost
under Ihe signature of Dopi-elkrcui. Ian
play, ncighlior. Il would I "real mean," now,
if sonic iinrshoultl call Mr. may- la)loi an
TheConslance ictuincd yesiciday, from hei
cruise to Hawaii, hut wrnl through raiiovs
ttfuflcarasjajrtiveis ofTllie hail-ni, by way of
5w '" f) r) C'W ocioie coming into rt.
Trr l l ftrewet CV a very pretty lit-
. rVjimdet tihe Jajvl; furnace. It Is made o(
XiUA walrYta'ajptl lepietcnts lli internal and
lW aji-cainci;Tif the furnace so lhal any
one ostinKL wiiueii nr-stil-iHiii sjh ro'iow ti
.,i.r-w.. n '
On TuosUyattttniain Ihe dejuituie of fout
foreign vessel, fiom this il, fiom 3 many
ililTeienl winivcs. ocrasinnrsl such 1 luituing
of line and w arpiuu into .itii.n that the sail
Mr. Webb-he of the Aucklaivdiaii lecord,
and foreign office flavor has gone back lo
the Titer staff- at least "suggestively." Thus
Mr. Gibson (through Mr. Webb, through the
Tiser) U(on Mr. Allen enfutcml letlirmcnt t
. "wliile Colonel Allen u a most
able and intelligent office! lie has
nol been in accoid with the government. "
Why, blc you, sweet Mr. Webb, innocent
Mr. Gibson, gentle Titer, how could he be in
accoid with the goveinnienl, and, al the tame
time, I an "able ant! intelligent orrtecrt"
Hotel Stttcl, on both sides of Nuuanu, is
sight lo behold o' eaily 1110'ning. Alout si
u'tlock the native salt vendeis gather at the
sidewalk of the one of the two comet gin mills
ncvint Fori Slieet. Heside them, fiirthci on to
wards Foil, arxlon llie npotile sidewalk, gJthei
Chinese fowl peddle!, wilh duck ami chickens
ht baskets and eggs In tin l-aiis. On the
MUunaks-a tide of .Suiunu l-vgtu the fruit arnl
Vegetable ixstdleis, half a bundled of them.
Iheie lest l-.keis hejHsl with all the
"standard" sort 'f "ganlen tiuek," line
are melons -gieal, ilaik-gieciv.kiuiied walci
mcl'His aivl goklot ranlakKipe. Unfortu
luitly llie fiuit supply, so fai as the Hotel
Surcl "oin market "goes, ends with melons,
Hul, ssi (ai ait goes, the tight i worth getting
up rally to tec ; and, apiuicnlly, the catly
housewife might tin wchc In hei maiketlin
than vivilthe cc-inei of Nuuanu and Hotel
St 1 eel t say fiilf an-hour after turirix.
Kuiiok MoK.siiin Giiinr.- .Vt Herewith
find tome thoughts of mine anenl the recent
"resignation" of Col, W. F. Allen. Should
any of the iersont mentioned deslie rny name,
yon ore at lltierty lo ;ire il.
I,am not, in Ihi paragraph, lo discuis the
outrage Um the mercantile community, in
the remoial of th colleclorgeneialnfcustout;
but I wish lo say something llial will impress
uin this community the meanest, Ihe most
despicable feature of this outrage I refer
10 the acceptance by Mr. Hendry of the com
mission to call uwn Colonel Allen, his late
chief, who dismissed him for cause, and tie
mand the keys and money of the cuilom-hous.
N'o person with a spark of inanlincM could
Itave done so ignoble a ihing. It is no excuse
to say that Ministers Gil-son, and Gulick asked
.Mr. Ilendty lo do sn. If anything could make
so mean an act laser, it it the willingness to
tlo the spiteful ditty-work of such a contempt
able pair of creatures.
Dear reader contemplate, wilh equanimity
if yon can, the conduct of Major GulicL.Jfotni
erly a comrade officer wilh Colonel Allen, Imt
now trying to fill the office of minister ol inte
rior, in sending a discharged employee of tlie
custom-house to demand of Colonel Allen the
key snd money of thai institution. A
man would suppose llial the major could hardly
look a brother man in the face after such
an inisoldicrly act J but, (o those of us who
know the rcrditl of ihe major as clerk of the
interior department, this crowning act of turpi
tude is nol surprising. Villi:.
KtilTOK MoRM.sc Guide Xir: In the
columns of a conlemorary are published Ihe
reductions in monthly talcs for the instruments
of the Hawaiian 'Hell Telephone Company.
As a suliscrilier thereto 1 duly appreciate llie
concession, as it means $2 less ei month for
my telephone. Hut as a stock-holder in ihe
new company it represents the handsome re
turn of two pri cent, a month nn 1117 invest
inctil of $100. In other words my $100 in
the Mutual, has helei lo bring about a using
l me of $3 per month which is equal 10 a di
vidend of two per cent () a mom h on the
iar value of my slock. A MUTUAL.
Foi want of fulids to lemove llie stone-
ciushing apparatus from Kanioiliili 10 a new
field of tocks nearer Diamond Head and ex
tend the HeriUnia-Slreet railroad thereto, th
work of preparing load metal has been sus
pended till the lieaiuty becomes in better
condition. In the meantime, the workmen's
naps have been brought in and roost nf th
For four weeks, beginning to-day, tlie polite
attentive and experienced cleiks of Mr. Goo
Kim's Nunanu-siiect wore will hold a levee, at
which they will assist an appreciative public
tq lniy itself rich. Theie will I told giril
haigains In all line of ladies, gentlemen's and
child ten's wear. Au4 J aJm lilt It
iiraft ytur 1 itiltnl alltnlitH.
, t ' il 1 . . L 1
OUSE AND LOT
AT PA I. MA.
I ant latitudes' lo safer si Put-be Aaciicw,
MtiyilJ V, HKfTKUMKH ttu,l,
al is a'tWl lusat, u a tatetfetx.
tWi ferula tics tsf proc-eny, wkai It tkit iWtt
9, sm Ituwutl't 1-sne, ist.iaf it UnJ ta . I
Iki.tl, l;. ,a,a Ji,U4m(J1.s. "Kksosw.k.
tuuUliUttiiiallL, kdilliU t.is.Ms
let A, a hl at as la As & )P t. 1; j Urwul,
(j katwu ikuko a le tluu) aLsit, iu Ve tla FJu
S W h l-s-al, K jT ' W Si lafsul, & to" W ,.
Sal, atula, ask ifl Ataaeu N jr W lllUfml
I,U. as It SAleua kr.su.La .V fs L ui lasal 4
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