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ciptiltncr, what illsngrecnlile weather In Cali
fornia was, KvMrnlly I obeyed onleri for I
mtl thr-greAt levcllft of all thai It physically
Cii1 in mnn and IimuIIIiiI In plaint while m
Santa Itma. Like miny other eve nit it held
tway the periodical tliicfilait.tlieieby cvlnrlni;
lltlxllrf In "luck iiiniMniinilKin- at Mid Knry
0' Mine Mrk IiFisdnclirs rind i ss-orso than
" Into hno" fcser Inttllwle took ImM of x-ojile
generally, t ipctlilly llc wlioluil lolic out of
tloon. I Innfii ami tnwlti Riinlfn phnti
ucir Hillictnl mill iliihrllo! up at tlniiili
" timlinl" lijr llic fifwl, lillc frticn, Rnln',i
ami other llilti; unttadle were trcatcil to It
lerlllni; mtr, Tlili It known an a ncellonal
itoini tnlhrr limn local or general, ni I fouml
ttarr of It at Clovcrihlc, north, ami heard
of III (Untieing efTectt al San I'rancUcn to the
Invinc Santa Ki liy n private Irani, hy
Invllalinn of a );railiintr of I.ltton Sjnin'a Col
lr(;e, we drove throuRh a nplcmlld itrclch of
farming country for llcaliUlmri!, dltant Uteen
inlle, and after a drive through and around
the town put up for lunch al the Solojonu
llouic, on Wett Street. The record of a llrmo
lulan name on lit register hroui;ht forth many
enquliiei from the proprietor, J, S, Yoitni;,
retatUe to hl old chum and fellow victim o'
ViiRinU City decline, Itollin M. DRH'tt Knd
Daniel I.yuni, to whom he whhed conveyed
lil klndett recault.
Afler a nhorl rest we drove out to Litton
Sptinm College, uliout lour inllct lu the noith
of the town, and it Utile wcitofth railroad.
Thl I found to be the Unhcuity Mound Col
lege, fonueily of San Tranchco, removed here
ionic three )ct apu, and still under charge ol
I'rnfmwr John Gamble.
The follow ing- from the college calender
Civcs a concise description of lit situation and
lit strong claims.
" I.itton Springs College Is situated on the
llrre of the San Francisco and North Pacific
Hailroad, sixty-nine miles from San Trancisco,
and a quarter of a mile from its own depot.
There are tlnee hundred acres of well-wooded
rolling land, containing the famons Litton
Seltrcr and Soda Springs, so favorably known
for the value of their medicinal properties.
The buildings consist of a hotel, erected nt a
cost of $4S,oo, ten cottages, accommodating
from six to sixteen persons each, a schoolbuild-ing-which
will accommodate ISO students, and
suitable out-buildings. These improvements
cost, altogether, $So,ooo. The ground i high,
the supply of waleris unlimited, and the drain
age is excellent. There con be no better
location fur a school, whether we consider the
beauty or the healthfulncss of the place.
Meadow lands, green all the year round, slopes
and undulations where the eye is delighted
with evcr-vaijing alternations of open ground
and dense leofty groves, lofty hills, intersected
with heavily wooded ravines, whence issue the
well-known mineral springsthese and many
other features render this a delightful place.
The Springs, taken into consideration with
the freedom to roam over hills and vallcvs,
without risk of harm, give this college advan
tages possessed by no other in the state. No
town is near ; no comer grocery ; no tempta
tion. The trains run each way twice a day in
summer, and once In winter. Those residing
in the city can visit the college and return on
the same day. A single visit will convince
(urcnts that this is the place for bov s, instead
of the corridors of hotels or the streets of San
Our party was conducted over the main
building, originally erected for a hotel, which
teemed to be admirably arranged for the need;
of the college, and was spacious, well venti
lated, and commanded a splendid view of the
surrounding country. The school was con
ducted on military principles; daily drill ami
parade helping to form characters ol precision,
and aid the students in a manly bearing. A
visit was paid to the Scilttcr Spring from
which the college takes its name and its
peculiar water was tasted ; but although it
possessed all the health giving qualities claimed
for it, one would have to acquire a taste theie
fore ere he could thoroughly enjoy a long
draught. Under very pressing invitations by
the principal to renew our visit and make a
longer stay whenever it could be made con
venient wc bade adieu, I to take the next train
at Healdsburg for Clovcrdalc and my com
panions to return to Santa Kosa.
A few hours in Healdsburg were profitably
cmplojed in settling the question of how much
I was disappointed in It, which as a place of
business fell far behind my expectations.
though it was an pleasantly situated as to
afford scenic effects on and ov cr hill and vale,
ere "the leaves begin to tall," and the winding
KussUn river charms to solitude or ahns: the
settlers on Its Vo'dcis according to the height
and speed of Its waters. The business of
Healdsburg Is principally conducted on West
street, though the streets on the north and
south side of the l'laza claim some business
pretentions, the latter street however looked
as If its glory was departing, especially as the
antiquated official quarters of the police Justice
it leached, almost in the middle of the block.
Just prior to my visit the two papers, repre
senting the republican and democratic parties
consolidated and were issuing under the name
of the Healdsburg Flag'-Enterprise at an iiule
pendant Journal, with promised success as Mr.
J, W. Kagsdale the proprietor informed me.
The consolidation, however, gives grounds for
not few tilts from brothel Journalists In
neighboring towns. This town Is dependent
upon the farming iutrrcsts adjacent, and quite
a number of small settlements in the northern
part of the county are tributary to it. 1 found
here also the tendency to extend sine growing
at the expense of grain and in some cases fruit,
the Idea being that grapes or wine, gave them
surer and more profitable returns for the outlay.
As the evening shades drew nigh, my time
uf departure came and 1 was toon spinning
northward by rail for Clovcrdalc, just fnr the
satisfaction of the grip of the hand and a look
into tbi face of one 1 had not seen for years,
ml for whom I knew a mother's heart ached,
ud seamed for tidings. I arrived there late
in the evening and a-'tcr comiJerstlc enquiry,
hiring whuli I found the ihmrnsinns of the
town ami the depth nf Ihr skating link irsir I
found my man, together with thnse nmr and
dear In him, Message pro and rim, prospects
ami Impn weir illtciistnl ami I left them, le
grrtllng lint tlmn allowed s-i bilef a mp vltll,
but thankful that my 'minify was nieefwful I
ImiiimI nf Urv, W. I Junes, fnrmeily df IMlni
(.'nllegp, being Ins-Alrsl here at naslnr of lli( run
grrgallnnal rhurch, ami lilt tuns as able iniisl
clans In its choir Inil my short slay preeludril
the Mmlhilily of my meeting them. Ilaily
the nest morning I was Amused fur raily rnflrr
ami Ihr iialu, and by 5 n'clnck was lelinflrig
in) way siiiillinard. The air was nlip nil. I
ami icnitrtcil a eal In ptnslmity In thr nil
siovr drtliable. Ij"ig before daylight tlili
being In December we had sped through
C'Ulrvlllf, Itraldslmig, Windsor and I'ultiin.
ami rradinl Santa U'im at the grey slteks nf
dawn were beginning In appear. Kapettlrig In
meet IfHfM al this (mint I waited heir till thr
aflemnon train, then irmimed my journey rlty
waul. I made noslnppageal I'etaluma, though
in slr, Ixipiilatliin ami business I Judged It ex
ecrttfil any nf Ihr iioillirrn towns I had vUllnl,
ami hrner would have affuidril mr much In
trrrst eccillng the fact nf lit proslinlly In
sloughs Several Island people and families
Interested In Ihr islands air rrtldtnlt In, or
near, I'elalumn, but I met them lint In my
Irlps, though I heard nf ihrm In the city.
It was not so al San Kafacl, Who ran past
through this chaimlng dell without a longing
to play 'Taut I'ry" and hope that something
would happen that they mlghl gel left behind.
The approaches In S.111 Itafarl, whether on the
up or dnwii trip helps ID lead one In a delight
ful cxprctanrv- and In fully reallrr the sativfac.
lion one mutl make at least n day nf il, Here
arc nestled rottly villas of wealthy" San Fran
cisco merchants ami lawyers whose hornet dm
Ihr hlllsldct mid a'luxuilanei of verdure that
even in winter It In ttrong contrast to any
other locality I had passed through, liven itt
railroad station Is more tatty and commodious
than any oilier 011 the noilhern route. From a
very considerate nelghlnir In tplrit oml deed
- at Honolulu, just at I was leaving, I was
aimed with a letter lo the Postmaster al this
placeaml was assured that I would havca good
lime generally. He was also editor and pro.
prictor of the Mailn County Journal, so thai I
might feel safe in Intruding upon him though
n entire stranger, and piciuine In a Utile pro
fessional claim on hit lime and attention.
The wmler monlht oie not the busiest ol
limes at San Rafael, but I found Postmaster
ami Cdltor lluslow up to his eyes In pressing
duties, and evidently the busiest man in town,
At right o'clock, A. M., the train satisfied in)
longing in be left at San Kofacl, Recent heav)
rams had rendered the mails and streets very
muddy and disagreeable, so I took the first
"loach" that offered, telling the driver to con
duct 111c to the best hotel for they were all
alike to me. I was consequently driven to the
Tninalpjis, a large hotel with several adjoining
cottages, in spacious grounds that took up
almost an entire block. In the dining room
the care and almost solicitude of the attendants
that the every want of patrons be supplied was
in strong contrast 10 general hotel table treat
ment that gave it the credit at I nftcrward
learned ol being the must home-like of any on
After bicakfast 1 inquired for and obtained
several imr4irlant bearings and sillied forth to
make the most of'a short day, The principal
business street contains a number of ijood
buildings, including a large court house. On this
tame street it the post-office, centrally located,
and two blocks distant, across the street, is the
office of Ihc Marin County Journal, where
after some search between hit two posts
of duty I met Mr. llarstow and gave my name,
as also that of our friend, but whose letter was
left behind in the city. Hut this made no
difference, any friend of Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Whitney was entitled to a cordial welcome.
And this I certainly received both Irom Mr. II.
and again from his wife and very able assistant
Mrs. llarstow, whom 1 met at the post
office. The) had many kind enquiries to make
relative to friends here at the islands ; the
prospects of the countr, '.tc, and showed .1
lively interest in all llut pertained to our wcl
fare. Not desiring to intrude long upon those
whose time, I could understand, was fully oc
cupied, 1 spent the few remaining hours in
viewing the surrounding objects of interest,
and enjoved my ramble thoroughly. Kvidcnces
presented themselves on all sides of the tran
sient popularity of the place, as hotel accomo
dations were ample and beer gardens for
crowds of Sunday excursionists fiom Ihc cil)
told plainly their story. During spring, sum
mer and autumn the steady stream of life
from the city pours Into San Rafael every
Sunday and holiday for freedom and pure
country air. The hills and vales, covered
with luxuriant foliage are certainly enchanting
and ihc cool retreats are an unresisting tempta
tion to numbcrt pent up in the city ; but thit
Sunday clement is proving too much fur the
peace and prosperity of this envied spot two
railroad lines, the broad and narrow guagc,
and ferries connect this town half a dozen
limes a day with the city, from early noon till
late at night, hence its convenience. It
is also convenient as a place of
residence for many of the wealthy of San
lure I bade adieu to my new made friends, I
was earnestly invited to return by the Saturday
evening boat and remain over Sunday, and
only on the proviso that I should do so if
lime and engagements allowed me, ere leaving
tor Honolulu, would they consent to niv
leaving that day, llut the time of my departure
was drawing nigh, Oakland and city friends
held not a few unredeemed claims on me and
last but not least, the Invitation of Mr. II. K.
Judah, passenger agent of the Southern Pacific
Railroad, for a trip lo the Hotel Del Monte and
Monterey was vet to be fulfilled, so with much
reluctance I had to decline a portion of the
good things so temptingly proffered, and settle
myself down to making the most ofniy few re
maining dj)s and opwitunities.
Honolulu, March 26, 1885. T. 0. T.
XAtf .ss,,ifM C'rilae.
An evening at Mr. Thomas Wall's Voscmite
Skating Kink affords much pleasure to a large
number of our people, not only to the skaters
themselves but to the envious on-lookcrs who
wish they might be able to Hy on the wings of
the evening and be envied likewise. " Music
by the band" on stated evenings, Tuesdays
and Fridays when not otherwise engaged
tends additional charm and attraction to the
scene, aiding materially to the case, grace and
animation of the skaters and the amusement
and hilarity to the spectators. On such nights
the opening giand march, led by Mr, Wall's
youngest sister and brother, is worth the price
of admission to see. The additional attractions
lately ot doughnuts and bon bon parties,
orange racts, etc., adds not a little to the
merriment of the evening. The skating army
it constantly growing In nuiuben. and ex
perience is giving grace to several of our
would-be arlehtet of both sexes J and while
the order and decorum that Is a marked rule
of the rink exist, there Is perfect safety in any
of our people attending thit amusement.
With the ucw rink of Mr. D. 1). Smith, now
about completed, It b (air to presume that the
"crtue" will toon be on In earnest, ami
Honolulan't still be rolling to their hearts'
th liitlluttft Mil Voim .tffiiiirVfliiit M
Vllill, Ihf XrrntrH nlnlitf
I had hrnnl In Honolulu mnr t!ilnft In ills-praise-
i,f the Knlmla lUltway. lint my ride
over It omrtlirfil mr that Injtitllr hud Utn
Ion Il fsrrpt In twfi iillcnlta rtnilr nf llnr
and mliiiiAiy nf gnteh emm,
I am attutril thai the planters along Ihr
line Air resi,inllilr for thr lornliiiri, faring
that I.K'dinotlsT spaiks would set lire In mnr
lirlili and thereby alto (mlangtr the mills, It
It pity ihr sol it r second thought of the ills
diet hid mil lutn eterelsnl oonner. Hvny
one sett thr disadvantage now thai it Is Inn
late. If the mad ran almvr Ihr mills and near
enough to tldr Irntk all the nut going sugar
and Incoming supplies, the freight and
Mitrnier nrnlt nf Ihr illstrli I would havr
liern writ tervrsl 1 and, pmliahly, Ihr nrn
grr tialfir alonr would havr gone fai Inwards
paying the lunnlng rspensra nf the mad.
At In Hie furvrt 1 linger lirldgetnvcr many
nf Ihr gulrhrt would havr thoitrnrit llic-hiv
tnmrivh.it, anil would have prevented wear nf
rails and nf Killing stink.
Apart from rilllclsm made, the midtrrmt In
havr bren well surveyed and well constructed
It It splendidly liallaslrd ami thr trains run
sinontlily. Sn far as I can Judge the 1rn.1l Is
npeiAtrd with rlliclincy ami etnnoiny, -Superintendent
Wight and the emplovcet iindei
loin ate prompt, courteous and obliging.
The tubject of freights geneially as the sub
Jecl affects KnhalA- will well repay coreful
consideration by railway, steamship and
packet imnris ami by the planters and mill
Il was linn nf the pott meridian (Mahu-
konan clock) when I clainborcd onto a bale of
felling, nr bagging, nr snmethlng similar In box
car No, lo ol a "through" freight train. A
good place fur outlook, and, al times, for lo
comotive smoke 1 and most admirably adapted
for sun bathing, 'I he wind, fortunately, uc
cnmniUtril lltclf so admirably to the slmiosl
lira nf the line I and the sun, graciously,
abated Ihe fury of Itt beams, so that the ride
was a delightful expeiience "from Mist lo
'I he first ioIiit nf Interest Is Just beynnd Ihe
pile nf rocks, within pistol shot of the landing,
where tradition says the Mahukonan chiefs
used to build signal fires In call or lo answer
their friends or allis on Kihnln Point, Kona, or
along the southern coast nf Maul. Wc pass It
and, a moment later wind snake-like along a
beautifully-constructed cnmH)uiul curve nml
past a lilulf that Conductor Williams calls
Pigeon Point. Here wc cross a trestle and
below in a rocky cove the green water is
smooth at a mill pond ami clc-vr at slightly
tinted glass, the sea mosses on the sloncs
being plainly vlrible two hundred feet away.
Hacin Village Is Just below, south and west
of, and almost beside, Upnln Point, the north
most headland of Hawaii. thinking back one
sect mnst of the crinkled coast line in the long
broken curve from Upnln tn Kiholo, Due
north the wrinkled out line of llnleakala, with
Kahiiolawc on Itt south-western quarter and
the Alcnuihaha Channel n broad band of un
stable silver between us and them,
I laena, at thit distance, it .1 pretty hamlet,
built beside n miniature liay. A grove of
feathery cocoa jialms sets off the neat-looking
dwelling houses and the church and school.
'I hey alt look clean nml comfortable, nml there
in a semblance of thrift and prospeiity aftout
1 do well not to risk spoiling the illusion by
a visit, I am told, HacnVs thrift and inergy
are at delusive nt its whitewash en Jit, It is
a fishing village. 1 have told you alrcvly that
rlsh abound. Vou know thai the heart of Ko
hala is only a few miles nway. When I tell
you that fresh fish is a high-priced luxury in
Kohala, 1 need tell you nothing more about
Hacna. At the train pastes, one has a sudden
glimpse ot'Mauni Kca, beautiful while it lasts
Glorious this open-car riding. One sees
broad effects, panoramas, not mere glimpse
views, seen furtively through a slide. It is a
rocky country this ; but it is becoming less so.
One each side are little stone-walled enclosures
some of them seem tn be half an acre or less,
others are much larger ; a few may be ten acre
plot! perhaps. "Arc they pasture paddocks?"
I ask. "No. They are the old-time hoiie-
tleadt of the Mahukonans : built before the
Irst Kamehameha's time ; when all these
rocks had people livin' on 'em. Those pens
were house lots, and sweet potato patches, and
dry taro fields." So said Conductor Williams.
So says Rev. Flias llond of Kohala. So says
pretty anlhcntic history. Even in 1850-52
hogs were sold "hy the fathom" and there were
thousands in the district. Now there it not n
human being to a hundred acres in all this
dreary landscape. "Could anything be mourn
Hut I was wrong to call this landscape
"dreary." It is not. Far and neor is beauty.
Monotonous, yet grandly monotonous the
almost waveless sea and' the line of cloudt
when sky and ocean meet. Very striking yon
Haleakala, "House of Ihc Sun I" Among the
rocks the grass Is green, and above it show
the glaucous haves of the Hawaiian (I hope 'lis
Hawaiian) thistle, with its airy white flower
that hat golcl dust powdered over Its calix.
There are not many field llowcrs that one can
make out from the train I but the milk weed
with its small dandelion blossom and the true
dandelion its cousin, and something that they
tell me is Spanish Clover, yet that looks like
the California yellow lupin, show occasionally.
llut not one tree save a clump of pandanus
here and there on the near hillside and some
scattering timber In distant gulches.
llut, etc I have taken the mental notes for
even this much of this letter, we are fs,ur miles
from Mahukona and are passing the Moimon
Church. It is weather-beaten and unhand
some; but looks as if it might last some time
yet. On the hill above ate the buildings of an
old plantation, now the stock ranch of Dr.
Wight of Kolula. Here is another fishing
village, Honoipu. It is less picturesque than
llama. A mite and a half further and we
pass the great Hciau of Havvi, built by Ka
inehumcha I, late in the last century or early
in this, 1 did not visit it j but Father llond of
Kohala vouches for the following measure
ments! length, 325 feet) width, 125 feet;
hight of walls, recently, 24 feet.
'1 he first account of its building surprised
me. Kamehamelu I, had caused it to be
erected in a single night, they told me I
thought it rather a big night's work, even for
so vast a population at that of Mahukona in
ihe ante-c!ilUation days, llut I wondered
why the old gentlemen didn't keep on build
ing heiaus fur a year or mure and so improve
the land. When I reached Kohala I was told
that Instead ol being built in a night the big
heiau was more than a )car In building) and
that the stone used came from 1'ololu gulch.
The second story said that Kainehamcha
posted his men along in a line from l'rlolu to
llawl- some 18 mites and that stones were
passed from hand to hand along Ihe line.
When one detachment ot ttcie patters
wearied, another relay took itt place. It
must have been fine fun for Kamelianicha.
I am assured that the hciau stones are unlike
those of the Haw I vicinage generally and like
those of Pololu gulch t and llut the second
story Is positively true, I should like better
to believe the first yarn. For I have great
admiration of Kanichamcha, as a statesman
I tan understand a tagailnns heathen
sovereign building a pi see nf heathen wntship
In A rmkilirwn wilderness and thereby
clearing thr tsml. t ruiild rvrn iindrnltml
Ihr vtiluri nf rwli prof eeillng carilnl through
a Infig trilr nl ssteh bull. Hog, llnl I rntilit
lirttrf iifnlutaml the 'aklng n roalt tn New
t 'astir nr sugar In l.ibttr llivu Ihr transit nf
MrfflFs) fmin Polohl tr HawI. If Ihr trennd
slnty lir Ihr line nnr, I havr lr irtped for
Ihr iiirmniy of K, Ihr greal,
" Do yon te thai greml blaek mk sliding
mil nf Ihr ?" " VW' "Writ, that It
Mattl't fish liwib, 'Ihr slnry gum llut nnr
day the grral dial Maul went lulling lie
tlimil nut in hit fivnillr fishing rannr Ami was
IMiIiIImI straight fill Ihr south. Whrn about
forty mile from land hn rati hit h'Kik In thr
tea Iwlieil wlili a young vnlrann, nr banana
pilrh, nr oinelhhig of tin sort and presently
fell a Irrmsmlinit bite, lie pulled ami haulrd
and smiti brought In thr suifaec Ihr Island nf
Hawaii, 'Iwtt Ihr heaviest fish Maul hail
rver hunki-d ami hr nidrinl hit men In pull
for hiimr. Intending In beach till monster wine
wherr almut .liana, Hut llrwall was an tin
willing captive and hung luck. 1 tin tlrugglr
was a terrible one, I hough Ihe god hid Ihc
heller nf II, wtirir, suddenly, Ihr hook broke I
and Ihe big fish. Island trilled down into lit
present iKtsliloii ami refused tn budge, 'lint
black mck it Ihe broken half of Maui's full
"(IihmI yarn that I"
Ills nine miles fmin Mahukona that wr
trine 10 the first cane field, It was pUnlcd
by Mr. W.J. Ilrndleamlltlilhiitaiy to Hawaii
Mill. Now we Cross tin- first of the K0I11U
gulchct. Ilawl gulch il It called, Very pretty
this bilfglliNueo( It 1 nrangr, mango, npais,
breadfruit, and n few encnanut licet, 'the
gratty tlopet alternate with Interlacing hu
I net. Another curve bnngt nt to another
cane field 1 ami from thit on cane fietdt and
gulches, whitewashed stations, native houses
and nallvet, nf various ages and various con
dltlnnt of dress and iindrctt, are pissed In be
wihlering succession, and each and all arc full
Al Star Mills I saw one one of the pretties!
family pictures Inirglnable. A mother and two
children, lull native, with large soft eyes and
timid yet dignified carriage sat oil a benr.li on
Ihe station ptatform, 'I he mother was hound
"inside" that is Inwards Nlulil. The child
n.n were to reonlo behind and the teave-lak-Ing
though perhaps for nnly a few linuri
wat a touching bit of by-play, Kacli of the
Utile gills in turn wreathed her Utile mint
nlxHit Ihe mother's neck 1 and ihc bronc, statues
que form of the mother bent with lithe yet
stalely grace to receive the childish embraces.
'I here lo Ihe east, it Kohala landing, pro
tected very little by n bluff headland from the
tiadt-t, but comparatively sheltered from any
but' severe konat by Upolo Point. A pretty
white-painted schooner, with raklih masts and
almost piratical cut water and waist it coutte
sying at her placid anchorage.
Now wc arc passing Ilalawa, and the cane
in some of the fields almost brushes the cars.
At 3130 I'. M. we reached Niulii, the terminus
of ihc mad. Niulii station and Niulii mill ate
tide by side a great advantage.
A few minutes later I was sitting on the
veranda of Judge Hart's home, looking over
the green lawn, across the hollow where the
mill and the railway station arc. to the cane
fields beyond and beyond them the blue sea
and Maui. It is forty miles to the nearest
slope of Haleakala, Only a film of cloud rests
on itt lofty summit, scarce veiling itt beauty
and increasing itt apparent hight. Then I go
out on the lawn and look towards Hamakua,
along the famous bluffs and up to Ihc forests
that crown them.
I might go on and write of Kohala's scenery
for a week. I could not exhaust the subject J
even then. I shall write of it incidentally
again, in describing the district more in detail.
It. S. S.
Niulii, Kohala, Hawaii, Match 14, 1S85.
will hatt Ihe beit nl a big "btl " When
Uracil in.l ttlnltn inert, I vmluir In say iei
wilt In) a Irrintniloirl 1U1I1 from Ihr stall, In
which lli Canadian wl gain an advanlagr
that will htrak Mnth't IimiJ when he finds
after going Jf nr J inllea hr It mil sblr to rr
ilurs II, llli men air to gond, though, thai
I thnll Ihlnk It no rllsgiare If my "pot" It tip
te, (0 adnpt thr tming vernacular. If llearli
rati move fatl r nougli lotsee p the bow nl hit lll
ahead of llanlan't for a mllr, I ihlnk the little
man will fall In iilrcrt before hi hat gone half
Ihr remaining illtUnce, All Ihe xilhiitlllrt
agirr nn llirsr points, so It It lllllr mr rtpeel
Ing llraih lo row his man down If Ihr Utlrr
oner gelt ihfl winning, ( I'lkkrtl taw the n
plosion nf Ideas tilth at that tiid It nearly
killed him) at, however, Haitian it all tlun al
the iliopplng of Ihe flag, Ihe oddt seem to me
to be slightly on him- nasty imtllimi lo be In
tn havr lo with n man likr, llsnlan anything
but good hick. So I say, fair play, ami may
the heller man win I I think everything It
'Ihe fair nf (midnn struck a cloud of sym
palhy here that It would havr done your hem
good to have felt, I'rom Port Diilln lo Port
Phillip, from Perth lo Smoky Cape ramr III
botes to thr manner In whlrh he had honored
hit royal manhood at Mr, Cruran would tty,
Then followed ihc outburst nf enthusiasm over
Mr. 1 1 tiling's grand stroke of policy the
nlTerlng In England nf Australia help, Thr
nun gauged th-r sentiment of ,e people lo a
nicely. Volunteers nn every side are soliciting
enlistment and money and kind are being
poured Into Ihe patriotic fund enffrrt. 'Ihr
tame tiatcttnan did yeornin't seivice in pre
venting Ihe New (lulnea teaie making rnlichlef
with Germany. WccnuM do with the (ienrutis,
at neighbors iriotl people think though,
ierhapt, we'd be safer wilhou! 'em, At any
rale the climate of Ihe Island won't admit much
colonization, Vt. II. I).
Sydney, I'cbruiry 28, 1885.
Iloathto -Vslrf, IHc, fiom Australia,
It is next to impossible for you to form any
idea of the scene at this first of Ihe three great
aquatic contests which are expected to settle
the sculling suprrmacy. The Parramatla River
It truly the head-quarters of rowing in the
world to-day. In no othei part of the world
could be found nn the occarion of a sculling
match between two professionals, on such a
course, such a licet of steam-boats, sailing
Ixiats, pulling-lioats and such a concourse o'
spectators on land.
I was on the course nearly five hours bcfoic
the race started and had ample time to watch
the gathering host and to ponder. Ilanlan
looked ttrong, well, "clean," though a trifle
f.nely drawn. He was early at the boat-house
with his friends, where a considerable crowd
had accumulated to cheer him away to the
starling point. He is a great favorite ; and it
is gratifying to incvsho have my country's
honor at heart as well as a lurking regard for
the pleasant straightforward little Canadian, to
see how heartily the Colonics give him en
thusiastic receptions and their expressions of
encouragement and goodwill. All seemed to go
on the principle, If our man can beat him so
much the better (sentiment must go down be
fore facts) ; if not, the next best thing Is for
Hanlan to snatch back his laurels and go
home a proud man contented, and touched
by the splendid manifestation of fairness and
control that he has had fiom Australia. He
tells us he has enjoyed his trip ; and wc
think he is speaking candidly. Could you
have witnessed the demonstration when he
passed the winning boat on Saturday, Febru
ary 28th you would have been stirred. An
Australian a splendid fellow and a good
sculler was being beaten 1 yet the hero of the
hour was the ex-champion who had wailtd so
patiently to have an opportunity of retrieving
hit early inisfoitunc whose coining we had
looked forward lo to long and so eagerly and
who had come to be beaten in time, where be
fore all had been success and triumph. Clifford
was in perfect trim. His tkin was pink (Han
lan was a little pale) and his muscles stood out
like iron bands. The race for the first mile
or more was a hard push. The Canadian's
pace was very fast j but his rival by force ol
strength and physical greatness of "heart"
pushed him well. It was the case of a goo,)
man not quite good enough. HanUn pulled
the better course ) and it goes without much
sa) ing that when he found he had gut the
whip-hand he went at his work with more con
fidencc and in his old accomplished sly Ic.
Clifford spurted gamely) but it was no use-
he had not his equal lo deal with, and a little
more tlun half a mile from home he himself
realized that he svas being beaten. At this
time the men were in what could be only de
scribed at a gigantic aquatic ants' nest. Dig
boats, little boats, boats slim ami fast,
and boats, old and ugly, pulling-boats and
sailing-boats all in a beautiful stale of "pi,"
to use a typographical technicality. Then arose
tueh a mighly shouting, cheering, whistling
and cock-a-doodle-dooing as mortal ears,
luckily for the sense of hearing, arc not very often
assailed with. The up-roar at the winning
post the congratulatory enthusiasm seemed
to stir the firmament, for down loured the
rain on us all as we stampeded home pell
....11 .... t-. 1.. ..,.-1 j- ... ; .
iiis-u ui iiis-miy wiucu, nnppirjg ana soakca
on the wharf to cheer Ihe men luck to their
I lancy the next race beach vt. Clifford
will U a better one ; but I think th champion
Friends nf infitlont, and especially Ihote
whose inlerctt and attention have been turned
China-ward, are pleased lo welcome Ihe arrival
to these islands ol Dr, A. P. Dapper of Can
ton, China, who comes on a brief visit to his
rtaiii'hter Mrs. Frank W, Damon. Ills long
UIkiis tn that abundant field prepares him to
view with additional Interest the effort that has
been put forth here for the evangelization of
that clast with which he has been Identified so
many years, Here he finds he has become a
participator in Island mission work, through
relation to our faithful lalwrcrt, Mr, and Mrs.
F. W, Damon,
. And V. M. C. A, members oml the friends
of their cause ot these Islands greet with
kindly aloha Mr. ond Mrs. II, J. McCoy.
Mr, McCoy is the general secretary of the San
Francisco Association, and has been so identl
bed with its oggresslvc work the past few years
at to be well known, at Icatt in name, lo all
Interested In the great work for the benefit of
young men. He comet here at the Invitation
of President Jones lo aid our association by
his earnest method of practical work, and has
laid out for himself an active campaign. On
Monday evening,' dlspitc the inclcmerfty of
the weather a goodly number greeted him at
the hall, and last evening Mr. and Mrs. P. C,
Jones gave a reception al their residence lo
Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, to which all members
of Ihc Y. M. C. A. and their lady friends were
invited. A pleasant social time was had till a
Messrs. M. W. McChesncy & Son, have
made arrangements with Mr. A. J. Cartwrighl
to shortly erect a one-story building on Hotel
street, on the site formerly occupied by the
" Uhte Ice-cream Saloon." The main room
.wllMie 20x75 feet in the dear, with a ceiling
13 feet high, and will be handsomely fitted as an
ice-cicam and confectionery saloon. It is the
intention of the proprietors to, furnish
cold lunches of substantial, as well at the deli
cacies of the season, such as oysters, fruits,
etc., together with hot coffee and, if suitable
arrangements can be perfected, a choice bakery
will be added to the establishment.
Messrt. King Ilros., art store, at No. Ill
King street, also, have effected an arrange
ment with Mr. A. J. C-rtwright to build on
the premises on Hotel street, formerly occu
pied by Messrs. Simpson & Wallace, as a
nlumblnc and tinware establishment, and
adjoining the building to be erected for Messrs.
M. W. McChesncy & Son. This building will
probably be of same dimensions as above and
wo-slories in height and, if so, the upper floor
will be occupied as a sludio by Mr. Charles
Mr. J. McColgan is, also, erecting on the
premises occupied by Mr. P. Mclnerny pre
vious to the late fire, a two-story wooden
building with a frontage of 24 feet in the clear
by 30 feet In depth, leaving an alley-way of 9
feet between thit and the Gcrmanla butcher
thop of Mr. Geo. M. Itaup, affording an
entrance to the rear of both buildings and
house occupied by Mr. McColgan, with room
for a staircase of 3 feet In width leading to the
upper story of the new building.
All three of these buildings will front on Ihe
old line, the government having failed to carry
into effect the widening of Hotel and Fort
streets at this corner as contemplated.
lloNOItMU, Marrh )R, 1M5
Ihr lethargic stale of Iradr continues,
though, al Ihlt illeulr iiM rif thequarltr,
It would hr nalmal lo nprrl a dullness evrii
In Ihr lt of IIiiim, 'Ihe trgtiltr weekly
loolliits of Iradr has crinllnunl, Imt nothing
rvrnlful hat Irantplrcil, 'Ihr a'litloneert
havr held llielr staled fish tain irrvtillom
wllh th' tame aveingr alien. lamr ami irtntli
Mr. li, I, yean hat illsnnnl of lilt Interest In
hit Port Hlirri time to Mr. fifdeort West, llut
firm name rhangliig lo West, Dow A Co,
In foreign shipping (hero have hern torur
movements, Ihr arrivals tlnee our last Mng
ihr simmers raUndla, Alameda and Clly of
New Vork 1 the btlg I ontuelo from fUn I'ran
(Ismi anil whalers John Carver and Mart from
a iriiltr. 'llirsr lallrr both rrjioit nrrllrril
rslrlirt, the Mars repotting 3(1) Iwrelt sperm
since leaving Han I'rantlseo, and Ihr Carver
(Vo barrels iperni and 75 hatred whale nil ami
7rxj Hit, lumr tlner leaving Nrw llnlford, On
Sunday latt Ihe l' I' llsrrlirtan tecuml a
tperm whale In the O1I1U channel which gavr
her over 50 barirlt. The nil from Ihrte
vrttelt goet forward by Ihr Discovery al a
freight rale of l)i cents per gallon and
'I hr rlrpailurrt fur Ihe same period embrace
the Zral.in.lla for Ihe Colonics, the William
Itenlnri for Kahulul, the Mars and V F.
Ilrrilinan for the Arctic ami Ochottk, irtpec-
lively, ami Ihe Eureka ami Kill for Han Fran
cisco. 'Ihe Discovery will probably follow
nest, and the Alameda on Wednesday, 'thr
Lady I-mipson It alto laid nn for Kan Fran
cisco and It receiving freight at it arrives.
'Ihc Clly of New York, al hand yesterday
with 301 Chinese for this iort, brings dslet to
Ihe lrh hula nl, three days Inter than wat re.
iclved per Alameda, but we gather nothing of
iinHirtance in market quotations, Ihe ad
vance of the Manila bails lo 5,07 It confirmed
In Williams, Dimond A Co's., circular of the
idth Instant, though the Eastern Market ir
iorlt a decline of ", cent 00 centrifugal
On Monday next Mr. F.. P. Adams will tell
at auction valuable lands and fishertet from the
I.unalllo estate, on Oahu and Maul) also two
parcels ol cane land on Mnlok.il, and on Tues
day, executor's sale nl plantation and ranch
Interests nf the lale Jamct Woods, In Kohala.
'I he homestead properties, advertised for to
day having been nearly all disposed of by pri
vate sale, Ihc auction sate uf Ihe remainder is
THE PEOPLE'S WANT !
J. E. WISEMAN,
Osilinrisl Illltllinaa AIM.
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tm CtMttJt iff fsffrt f firM lot, HM, Hr
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( lo rim t twit t fa tn frith,
Ilotikf mJ 'A t I ftlam in sU Ilt Mrlf H
vnmnf rowiij mpU waif., K'ff liMi.
t'Unu d'i (Wwtf. A ('UoUoiM fiom for ((
OAt fMsM tm IttrHiftfa 8fift, llr ihm
wuv rnovif cntfifbrUM llrrwichwf J Ap
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Af in a m kt tn Kti
k Ot m4 Wlftwt,
Mm nf ft OnwrftUt
lM irf ilMlMfipjsM J'ttnKrvff9t
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Mods on I.II1I14 farm,
Itcniat, to 11,0.
t slvey frm, Httt IM
On AtaVra s(rer( s r-Uasanr 1 tvitn eftz lo CM,
Sis mn. ftimsi nr jtial nrt,
riA I'nii t(,i a Lvaullfnl furnish,! houM wllh a
rooms and out li'uift, Kvsry (flinmltiKi lo
lose 1 ytir.
Fins limit in, Ua In t!l at
I'Mithou, A tswyl.
The itvller Coattrr unit AJkfidiiu Jtlnh.
The roller coaster U now running every
week-day night, except on Wednesdays, com
mencing at 7 o'clock. Single ride, 5 cents ;
live tickets for 25 cents, bpecial car, 50
The skntlng rink is nearly completed, and
will be open to the public this after
noon and evening. The building It ad
mirably adapted to the purpose for
which ft Is Intended, and reflects credit on the
wopriejor. On the north side of Ihc rink are
rosss of elevated seats for spectators, extending
Ihc entire length of the building, and the cast
end is devoted to dressing rooms for ladies
and gentlemen, the former to be handsomely
furnished with carpets, mirrors, etc., vvhite in
the space between Ihe dressing rooms skates
will be adjusted by attendants. The floor is
very substantially and neatly made of narrow
plank, when thoroughly oiled and pre
pared, will atTurd an excellent surface for the
skaters to glide over.
The roof is of corrugated iron, -and the
entire building will be airy and well lighted
both day and night.
It is Ihe intention of the proprietor to have
icgular club nights, on one or tsto evenings of
every week, to which only select parties hold
ing club tickets will be admitted. The rink
will be P(cn for tkating in the day time at
well at cveningi, and, also, will be let as a
hall for public assemblages, for nhich purpose
it. Is admirably adapted. This Institution will
furpish another source of amusement and afford
many h art of enjoyment to residents of these
Tht HytHng Stain.
The sporting season will formally open In
Honolulu to-day ssiih the first annual regatla
or the It. Y. &. II. C. boys. lUse-UII, racing,
the agricultural fair, and the drest parade of
the Honolulu Kiflcs at Music Hall will toon
folloss. Attention is called to the programme
of Ihc regatta printed In to-day's Guide turn
i 1 '
The regatta begin at 1 f.u. sharp, to-day.
f'r limm I'tililtrn.
Our subscribers' attention are called this
week to Ihc variety of houses and property In
J. K. Wiseman's hands. See his advertise.
Hy reference to our advertising columns it
will be seen that Doctor II. Johnrtonc of
Messrs. II, Johnstone, Kpecr & Co., San
I'rancisco, has opened an office In this city at
No. 2) llerclarui ttrccl. The Doctor, claims
to be a regular graduated Physician of Harvard
University and having the largest practice In
his specialty in the state fo California where
he has practiced during the past ten years.
A planter was once asked why he did not
take in a newspaper. "Ilecause," said he,
"my father, vshen he died, left me a good
many newspapers and I have not read them
all through yet." The planter, of the present
day, however, Is too intelligent to act thus
stupidly-. Consequently, by reading Ihe ail-
vertisementt, he learnt that the Pacific Hard
ware Co., No. 74 and 76 I'orl ttrcct, are con
stantly receiving new importations and carry
one of the largest stocks of goods in their line
to be found on these islands, which they offer
al the lowiil market rates.
" Why don't )0u give us a littler Greek and
Latin occasionally ?" asked a country deacon
of a new minister. " Why, do you understand
llirrc languagei?" was asked. "No, but we
pay for the best, and we ought to have it."
Now, il this deacon also wants the best
(WrYy food he should go lo II. E. Mclntire &
Ilro, Fort street, corner of King, and purchase
a supply of their line groceries and provisions
especially one of those Westphalia hams im
jiortcd direct from Germany by steamer and
rail, not forgetting an assortment of their fresh
canned goods and fresh roasted and ground
coffees, as well as teas and the thousand and
one other articles in their line.
The most absent-minded man was not the
man who hunted for hit pipe when he had it
between hit teeth, nor the one who threw hit
hat out of the window and tried to hang his
cigar upon a peg, nor the man who put his
umbrella to lied and went anJ stood behind
the door) not but the man who passed the at.
tractive stand ol Mr. J. W. Ilingley, at No,
84 King street, without getting n glass of that
delicious soda stater furnished there, and one
of those choice, imported, Havana cigars kept
by Ilingley. In fad, " Hlngiey's," Is the
place where you can find everything desired In
Ihe cigar and tobacco tine, and have the free
use of a handsomely decorated room, furnished
with local and foreign papers, etc
Mr, N, S. Sachs, at the popular millinery
house at No. 104 Fort street, invites particular
attention to a large importation of new
goods just received, consisting, In part, of full
lines of colored straws, and horse-shoe bon
nets, In black, white, and asiorted colors, real
ostrich-plumes, In great variety, velvets,
plushes and satins, of all shades, to.
gcthcr with a very complete stock of ladies'
and children's hoitery and underwear, among
which ssill be found children' full regular
made hose, all sues, In assorted colors and
patterns, offered at the uniform price of 35
cents per pair, guaranteed to be of best quality
and worth 50 cents to 75 cents per pair. Also
a special lot of ladies' straw hats, assorted
colors, at one dollar.
A SELECT STOCK
TH E LATE. ST YET.
On Lufusllli nrti-a rt'woty camk mil 1S
10M Atiu orritM 1
hint lo 11 on King Hrl wit-wlt MiUm Jvsum,
M upfxtr iMUfin for dtllin foiit.
Stoic to 11 on Hotel Strl nr f'ott tirt,
OiTim Koorn lo 11 In I!rer Mock, Fvrt rtt-
On tide of mv of1.'. lu rnj with oftuc ftanftuft
fjn tCAtK AMU torn AL !
Tin Monui Suir Jlnutkjfi on MotcAsi t'tr le,
iiftfttkcrt). 7w r ownci orxl y
raited, all under CttUtvallon, 4-rj bfM Owokt
cat lie OyxllUfwl thMl teoefaily. UptViV
OM Irrfoilon throughout. Cci $i3,m WW
wll for lyjyyj.
In Nuuinu Valley will Icaws amall cttac rd i
atr of icryund (of $15 mo. J itiU acre i ifcl
llvairti, alw j tnnt uctti 4Atnn la cultiva
lion, $ioo yjr.
9 flfavlt'ath tA al Walkikt lvr al, W Mh. y
t lot for talc on Lunalito ttrcct11i!n.
At Kalihi, a ory houn, 9 ranm In alt, on axrc
01 tcrwiitd, Kii tor n.yor.
Punul Dairy Kantlt Iahold la !!, huai' At
isalini, on lb ltiana 01 U4i.11, ixm acre.
t ypari to run an-1 pHvIIrxc of renewal ya
head CAIllc. uhfa4 lofve, s(wi and finpfi
irunti and cottage.
bell for i9,vxjt.
HentaJ tt,Cwt )tar
Ilea til if ul reulnc4 to kII al WatkikI abni the fa
ftliore. Choiccil auinnter taorn on the beach
lt'anti1 have a woman willwj to do general uvum
Aiilicatonf daily for hotmt tn the c and on the
plaint. Tut your property In my handt.
&tf Vox further panlcular, addresi or apply to
Real Httate and General Dutloeti Agent
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM
The celebrated Ice Cream heretofore MippHed at the
"Elite Parlor"' will U lerved at the SAFOVTOCA,
HOUSE on Hotel Street, oppowte Or. J. S. McCrew'i
retidence, until further ootwe.
t3T Open Daily until 10 o'clock P.M.
Order for Surreal, WrDDiwr.i, Balls, Pabtiu,
Etc, !U receive prompt and careful attention.
Our cart with Ice Cream will make iti ntoal route
if. ir. jttouEsxRi' & snx.
-tit Hc.Nfer Hart, Matvajtr.
Call nntl lxnrnlnc for Yonrnclf.
On licr last trip, brought to
thcBc Islands the best selected
stock of Ladies', Children's and
Men's Ware in the
H d Ik ni Slipper Litis,
Ever brought to the market.
MR. P. McINERNY
Will open the above stock on
Saturday next (21st inst.) in
the Store No. 107 Fort Street,
next to Lycan & Co.
This lame stock has been
selected with great care and
And will be sold at living rates.
Everything that belongs to a
first-class boot and shoe store
can be found here.
iSS?" Remember the place,
Xo. .107 Fori Street,
Next door to Lycan & Co.
H RUM'S BINDERY.
Just rtcctvcJ, ur S. S. AUmcU a fict sstoctmt&l U
ALI.K.W k kOIUNSOS.
A Am Attmnt U
Many of our residents here, are doubtless,
lamilUr with the patent adjustable sssinr; which
Is In such general use In the miLs and other
public places, schools, residences, etc, through
out the Unites! States, This swing It arranged
to securely seal four tscrsons In a cairiaee bos,
facing each other, and is propelled by the
weight and position of the occupants, who can
easily regulate the movement of the tvslng lo
any degree of momentum desired so as lo
almost approximate perpetual motion. Mr. E.
K, Majhcw, cariscntcr, at Nit, S6, Hotel street,
has recently introduced the sssing to Ihe ret),
dents ol these islands tnd is now prepared to
promptly fill all orders for tame. A modcof
his swing can be seen at hit thop, and it, also
can be peisonally tested at the resUcnsc of
Mcsvt. J. II, J-aty, U. K. Dillingham, K. C.
McCamllcss, and at Hie Casino. It would be
slirticull to find any article more conducive lo
the pleasure and happiness of our families than
one of these swfugs, which air furnished by
Mr, Ms) hew at a very reasonable price.
A letter of enquiry retails c to the oncninj
for paper making lo these islands it at hand
from a gentleman residing in t'ougbkeepsle,
N. V. The letter ss as suggested by a notice
in the New York Nation of the IlawUun
Almanac and Annual. The subject will be
treated nest week.
Ill AN K
Those interested in high art should call al
Mr. II. E. Avcry't ofiics and see a Gnc Creek
statuette lately Imported by that gentleman.
isov tn slock contislloi cf
LHIHIKIlS.JttVUS.lLH, HA VH I CASH
full Uwod, U Dcaiy aoj altttittas Sus
Ledgers, Journals and Records,
lltlf tVosibJ, la Csrs lUmif Mai Mssil.ns Su.t,
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rtsrr rajuno. lso.atru lfy Vuo, isrrv
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LUiALCAl' FERH.CTIOS PADS.
IIODDEK-S LKTIEK I' AM,
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IaiA Cap, ""'' a&l Nut Ukxks of rtt4
UaasIU rAtr, satin Vsrsa. sjs4 rscits
blocU M, H. "" UU
for hwls. Sl4lsswau,
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Or P;r TUT UP U ANY FORM DuUtrt,
At TIIO. I. Tllltl'V.t
MtscHtar Sr.ssr so or Sitsrr Srosts.
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Fcrt Street, will be able in its ct
tied quarters todocvenrnaresattttactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal iattonage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Amcn-niis No Spucialiiies,
but js able to do all sorts, ilics,
and conditions of Hook-binding,
Ruling, lettering, and l'ap.rcutttng
as well as in San Francisco, and at
At This Complete Hindeky
newspapers, mag02ines, iam()hlcts, and
sheet music arc neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and rocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions or Ulank
Hooks are made to order at as low
rates as are coatUtant with first-class
work. 'Hie Uindery is now using
Weston's " Record " and " Udjtr "
paper for all first-claw work. A large
invoice of this jsHtly eeltfbrated stock
has just been received from New York.
OkDiiRS l.r.rr at tiik Merchant
aTREcr Store will have I'noupr
la Mock, arsd a too jv a fuU sso.tos&t of tio
and dutsrtisl (Utlilf of
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