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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J UNIX 6, 1885.
VViioLii NuMiircu 249
jii.n.y rui: toimao,
ffinl Seme Other I'eltmH liar ,M
TMt If tin oughl In liavo follownl llie
iiietimit one alioiit llir Nfilntrin, ssMrli thouM
Me lm 'fn:lril li)' lite urn: mi Ku'( anc.
Don nllarni ruin lit town latl .. Ill
fii-i icitwih tit W wait "Voir led mil Ihe
ui in of u." "lint pii tf .iutr t
atlcsl, mptlfirti. "Of lll loty aLmt
bound ami ill Rtmiml Irtlltf," lir ici1ln1.
Tlien lie irir.lmleil me of a tllll clirmiuunce
I liiil fntitlirn. When Smtitti fmin.l lilintelf
fire to fce "Mi llie VolemiHi-llmiw ittluie,
lie luine.1 tick at tatil, or stniiitelt ( for 'lt
vriiljr lli tny wnrtt jAUtf e lie cft litil
iff n, nt r nrntlng (lie aa lieMt of Kiiiii. Il
ssoiilit eeinllml tiessilivrlsl iilsihjwtlifat.tlon
lo llie tlicslrtul lficy ami lo Unit Him'
litmtn ceMlitR, lor, wlirn we anise mi llie
mnttilni: of lite trcntul ilas, Inl tlicjr ueie
nol mi Hits Intlstt Mill Suiei vmt
luiiml luck In Kaitala after llie tllll tin
tattnl (ceil of rjiouiiil ImUy left In llie K.ipa
mI tsmiifiy. I'cili.iis lml I thoulit lute
Cone li If I liail liecn lie.
Tlie failure to rrtlilenefoinmilllon for
lmtci tat the rmo Jmt ciouiiit for complaint
K!ml llie tefint hiintenicnl of lite Volcano
llnutc. Tliil olijciMion will iloulillrs noon l
if.-novnl, if (l lut not lccn nlreail),
Sooner, stitli lii eomnlon, waiiecaptmeil
neitr tin Half-nay House, on the Kan klei
ml on SatiinUy morning oui little party
illtlilnl uml I nle I'tina-wanl, loilli to lease
nidi thatmlng women ami sitcli gallant men,
vet ragtr for new scenei In my lilitml nano
lama 1 tt title Sooner, ilmilitlr, IooUiir
for it ant tnlle n eagerly, ami more literally, to
t lunclictt llivt Saturday on lirtad and
olicln, falily good lur, Icmi,
Apropm ol tlic oliclo, vvlilch It manifestly a
hucV.tr leiry, ami rallier a degenerate one,
lnl Ho lut explained that llie native name
It really llavvallanlreil KiirIIvIi, Il teemt that
tlie natlvet liail not lumeil the finit picviout
lo the arrival of foreigner etccpl to eall II
I'cle't lietry. Hut one ilay a pail) of foicli;neri
f.om an American thlp tltllcvl llie volcano,
There vrai a Vermont VnnVee In alliance. Af
he approached the crater he uw n Inuh lailen
with fitilt. Ihe ilf.ht wa tuo much for lilm
and he ahotilevl lo thote In the rear I "01
hello I clla I lo 1 o I Oh I hell 1 o I I've founj
tome huckle beriiet." The natives, thlnVing
the futt part of the lenience tu le the name of
the fruit, ahoilcnetl the exclamation to ohclo,
an.l have emlo) eil it cv er a'.nce.
The raw fruit It neither tu juicy nor to well
flavotol at the American haclle ; but when
cooVeil It it rather lietler, I think. It it dote
companioned by a plant bearing an oiange
colored berry, that tome cjceedinjly ill-obterv-in);
people tomeilmet mittaVe for the oliclo,
with unplcaunt and occationally fatal result.
The true ohelo raiicea in color from vvhitith
yellow to cherry red and it different from the
poisonnnt Iteiiy lit toth the conficuration and
the texture of its tltin.
Since I have come back to eivilitatlon and
reference libraries, I have jotted Jovvn a fe
commentt on Ihe great volcano, made by other
hands, which 1 copy here because I think Ihey
indicate interestingly ho tliangeful the
appearance of Kilauea lias been.
ho'ibtlets the vivlcana looks, very different
now than it looked (n 1S23 when Hills,
Thunton, lllshop and tkeir companions visited
It. Since visiting it I have read the fallowing
dctcrtption, to be found in Ellis' narrative t
"Immediately liefore us yawned an immense
gulph, in the form uf n crescent, upwards of
two miles in length, about a mile across and
appatently Soo fed deep. The bottom was
filled with laa, and the south-west and
northern parts of it were one vast flood of
liquid tire, In a state of terrific cbuhtion, roll
ing to and fro its 'fiery surge' and flaming
billows. 1'ifty-one cratcis, of varied lorm and
tire, roe, like so many conical islands, from
the surface of Ihe burning lake. Twenty-two
constantly emitted columns of gray smoke or
pyramids of brilliant ilame, and many of them,
at the same time, vomited, from their ignited
'mouths, streams or florid lava, which rolled in
blaring torrents, down their black, Indented
aides, into the boiling moss Mow.
"The sides of the gulph below us were per
etidicular, for alwut 400 feet, when there
was a wide, horizontal ledge of solid, black
lava, of irregular brnlth, but eatending com
plclcly round, ltencalh this black ledge, the
sides alojied towards the centre, which' was, at
nearly as we could judge, 30U or 400 feet
lower. It was evident that the crater had been
recently filled with liquid lava up to this black
ledge, and had by some subterranean canal,
cmptievl into the sea, or inundated Ihe low
land on Ihe shore. The grey, and, in some
places apparently calcined sides of the great
crater before us s the fusures, which Intersected
the surface of Ihe plain on which we were
standing ; Ihe long lunks of sulphur on the
opposite side ; Ihe numerous columns o;
sapor and smokt that rose at the north and
south ends of the plain, together with Ihe
lidice of steep rocks by which It was sur
rounded, presented an immense volcanic
panorama, the cflcct of which was greatly aug
mented by Ihe convlint mating of the vast fur
tucta below. V
"Between nine and ten, the dark clouds
thai, since sunset, had hung over the volcano,
suddenly cleared away, and the fucs of
Kilauea, daufng their fierce light athwart the
midnight gloom, .unfolded a sight terrible and
tjUllme beyond any we had seen.
"The agitated trust of liquid lava, like a
flooj of incited metal, raged with tumultuous
whirl. The lively flaiae that danced over lit
undulating tqrface, tinged with sulphurous
blue, 01 glowing with mineral red, cast a broad
glue of dauling light on Uc Indented aMct ol
the insulated cratcis, whose bcllow-icg mouths.
amidst riling flames and eddying streams of
be, shot up, at frequent intervals, wilh loudest
detonations, spherical muses, of fusimj lata, or
bright igniting stones.
"The darV, bold outlines o the perpendicu
lar and jutting racks around,; lor nied a ttiikitig
coutrast with the luminous lake below, whose
sriviJ rays, thrown on the rWetl promontories,
acd reflected by the ovcrhtngwg clludt, com
bined to complete the awful grandeur of the
Loii Byron, of the llkudo, or one of hit
oatccn, wruU aa follow lo $t$ 1 " At length
wt readied tke edge of the ciilei j but words
sue touHy Inadequate to describe the effect
ptoiltwrd on us by the first tight of that daik
farygvdf. Flora its brink, where we stood,
we looked down foe mote than thirteen hun
dred fett, over rocks of lava and cduuiiu of
tltW. Urtwcen whose antbiue futures a few
fleas afcruU aad juicy-bciry bearing plants
U4 iud thfirlvia, to a rugged pUin, where
atxavf acouc, raunl by the action of the fire
Wuw, vet. UvittviM up colvuuns of Uvina
aawl wkula of smoke and sapor, white
of !ViJ sue wmc slowly willing
lliiiiugli-tmrle ami adie, here vellow wild
iilpliiir. and lliere blrk nr grty or leil,
Nut lew linn fifty cOnet, of vailnut liclglil,
appealed brluw in, al lewt lialf of tliC"" ere
In acltvlly, Nlglil Inciowil the iniRiil
ficeme, priln llir honor uf the tcene, 1 he
volcano ciikciI what IV for calls 'a terrible
lljlil In Ihe alt.' The irtar of llie nl up
cleinenli, and the fcaifut ehaiacler of llie
tuiiQiindlng scenery, tulleil with Ihvl light-
And, ilrseilbliif. llie scrne wllhln
llie cralrr, "Nothing In Ihe whole scene wat
moie stilkltig than the soft fiie showers thtl
trcined In lain ilonn upon llie biiinlni; plain,"
Mr. S. S. Hill, in hit "Iravelt in llie Sand
wich ntnl Society Itljiiidt," written 111 lS5S,lliut
recordi lilt thought! 1 "Il teemed at If nolh
ing itiuM evuiil Ihe fil(;hlful ilmnlallon which
the b)s etlilbiltil a Hide plain of black and
pink colored lava, gie.it rocky substances
thrown up Into lilllt rf no mean illmcntioiit,
Iwn high black conM, and nroiind llieve n like
nfllcpild fur, whli.li npiH-Viett irmly looveillnw
Ihe cihiI Unit tint funned llie more even poi
ll.m of llie lava plain The lilllng lake
of fire brnralh u, fiom which jett of the
liquid element were Ihiimn nt Intervals, like
small fimntalnt In n vatl Invln, the miring of
hot and hlsvlng vapnts, Ihe uvlghly rones vvhiih
imc fiom the liciy gulf, Ihe Lob I Inn nf our
povlllon, the deflation nf the pltln, all com.
blnctl to Impress tit with icntnllom wr could
not coininiintcate lo one anoiher, That which
look the Miniigctt hold of my mtnd nt this
time wa the great contrail between tint
upper stratum of llie linn cnith from which
Ihe sun draws up whol'-oimr vaprns that ile
trend in Icrtlliring shimcis, ami .the lenlble
abyst of Ihe modern gcologltls which now'
seemed half iicn to our view,"
In 1 87 J, tome one wroic for the I'linahou
HeKirter an account of a trip lo the volcano,
which I make the fullowiag estracli 1 "Ilefurc
us was the lake, over whose lunks Iwn streams
were imurlni;, one about fifteen feci wld.', the
other nearly thirty, ' Twenty fed alwvc
Ihcsuifaceof the lake the air was thick with
brilliant spuks all the lime. The lake
was " lioilliig and splashing alioul, and,
at Intervals, shooting up masses of this red-hot
lavn to tl e height of over one huulieil feet,"
Charles Nnrdholf, writing in 1S7J 1 " What
we saw there was two huge pits, caldrons ur
takes, filled with a red, molten, fiery, sulphur
ous, raging, roaring, restless mass of mallet,
to watch whose iinceivlng tumult was one of
the uuv.1 f-vscinatlng cspeilenccs ol my life.
What Madam l'elc will show you
hereafter It iinceitain. What we saw was thlsr
two large caldrons, i.uh nearly ctrcul.tr, with
the lower shelf or liank red-hot, from which
the molten lava was repcllcil toward the centre
without cessation. The surface of these lakes
was of a lustrous and beautiful gray, mid this,
which was a cooling and tolerably solid scum,
was broken bj jagged circles of fire, whit'i
appeared of a vivid rose color in contrast with
the gray. These circles starting at Ihe red
hot shore, moved more or less rapidly toward
the centre, where, al Intervals of perhaps a
minute, ihe whole mass of lava suddenly but
slowly bulged up, burst the thin crust, and
flung aloft a fiery wave, sometimes as high as
thirty feet in the air. Then ensued a turmoil,
accompanied with hissing, and, occationally
with a dull roar as the gases sought to escape,
and spray wai filing In ev'cry direction.
Meantime the ficrv rings moved for-
waul pcipctually toward the centre, a new- one
re-appcating at the shore before Ihe old was
engulfed. The miss in the second
lake was in yet more violenuagitation ; but U
spent its fury upon the precipitous southern
bank against which it dashed with a vehe
mence equal lo a.neavy surf breaking agvinst
cliffs. It had vndcrminmi this lava cliff, and
for a space of perlujis one hundred and fifty
feet the lava beat and surged into glaring, red-
hot, cavernous depths, and was repelled with a
dull, heavy roar, not exactly like Ihe boom of
breakers, because the lava is so much heav ler
than water, but with a voice of Us own, less,
resonant and full of even mote deadly fury.
WKn the surface of this lava is so
rapidly cooling that th: action lielow is too
wtakto break it, the gases, in foicing them
selves out, bnak small vents, through which
lava is then ejected. This, cuoling rapidly as
it conies to the outer airv forms by its accre
tions n conical pipe of greater or less or cum
fcience, sometimes twenty or thirty feet high,
open at the top, and often with openings also
blow n out at the sides. Into some
of these holes we looked. llclow
us was a stream of lava, rolling and singing
and heating against huge, precipitous, red-hot
cliffs; and higher up, susjiended from other
clitTs also red hot or white-hot, depended
huge stalactites, like masses of fiercely glowing
fern leaves waving aliout in the subterraneous
wind. And here we saw how thin, In some
places, was the crust over which we walked.
and how near the melting point must be its
indcr suifacc. Kor, as far as we could judge,
those little craters or cones rested upon a crust
not thicker than twelve, or fourteen inches,
and one fierce blast from below seemed suffi
cient to melt away the whole place.
A lady of our party remarked that she had
read an excellent dectiption of the place in the
New Testament " a remark which Lord KosV
biblical reading justified him In endorsing.
Miss Uird, writing in 1874, goes Into mock
heroics In her most vigorous style, as follows :
"Suddenly, just above, and in front of us,
gory drops were tossed in air, and springing
forwards we stood on the brink of Ilale-mau-rnau,
which wis about 35 feet below us. I
think wcall tcieamctl, I know wcalt wept,
but we were speechless for a new glory and
terror hail been added to the earth. It is Ihe
most unuttcrab'e of woudeiful things. The
words of common speech are quite useless. It
it unimaginable, indcsciiliable, a sight lo're
member for ever, a tight which at once look
possession of every faculty of sense and soul,
removing one altogether out of the range of
ordinary life. Here was the real 'bottomless
pit the 'fire which is not quenched ''the
place of hell' 'the lake which burncth with
fire and brimstone' the ' everlasting bjniino'
the fiery sea whose waves are never weary.
There were groaningt, rumblings and deton
ations, luthings hUsingt, and sphuhings and
the crashing sound of breakers on the coast,
but it was the surging of fiery waves upon a
fiery shore. Hut what can I, write I Such
words as jets fountains, waves lay, convey
tome idea of order and regularity, but bete
there was none. The inner lake, while we
stood there, forrueU a ami of crater within
Itself, the whole lata sea I9e about three feet,
a blowing cone about eight feet high was
lojmeU, it was never Ihe same two niinutcs
together. And what we uw had no eaUtence
a owtuh ago, and probably will be changed In
every eucnlial feature a month hence."
Tbc hUtcrian of the Challctigci's voyage la
II75 has very Utile to uy about hit visit to
Kilauea t ' I can hardly (u.4 words tunable
lo .Willie my ciiMllont aflrr teeing such a
tpeclacle. All wattnnfuilnit nttdinmiiintlon I
for llie lava, like ted hoi melal, broke alpout
with surging nole nn llie tough ciapgy clllfv,
cooling at II fell over the edge, vvheie It hung
In festoons Willi all this I noticed but llllte
smoke 01 vapor. "
Mr. rln.ige I. rhsney, wilting In I87H, de
icilben the walk over llie lava beds vividly 1
"V ate now walking over 0 ctuvt of such
vrtypilent fiel and llilnly vellnl reality of
fieiy lilal llial we need Ihe confidence in
iplrrd by our gnldr'a iinmncein, and llie at
luiancc than in nil Ihe numerous visits In the
volcano there hat never len a tultitii Orel
itfiil, Only an inch or Inn below the
dull black, tutfire, these block glow like Ignl
ted coal ' Wr orliivlly cross ttlcuiiii of
lava which were ptcotnl mil and cooled only
vrslctd.iy. Ill places their nte opening
Ihiough which the underground livers of
molten lava may lie trcii. We could
watch llie torrent of mcltrd rock utlng like
water from tonic unseen upper lake In Ihe
region Mow nut very ferl its mats a vet
low flood, its spray n flviuliitTg.it. And tllll
we went on, fitclnited by 1 lie beautiful peril
of the plrcc. ' " And now we nte hearing
the living fountain nf this great bhek tea.
Cones dripping sulphur nml tainting steam
ami liie appear, ' A sliady lift In the
suifacc of the crnter. We ate coining lo llie
like. A dull roar ns of n lion over the bank I
A gust of hot sulphurous nlr In our facet I One
nunc upwaid step to where our guide Is stand
Inc, and llnlCmiiitiiau lies before us n lake
of molten lava one hundred mid fifty feci
across, nml twenty feet below1 the edge on
which wetland. It looked gtay as we iw it
In Ihe full dav light, and nt first sight tt might
have hern taken for n sea of melted lead ) bill,
In Its ttdal motion towards the southwest,
cither llie wind or Its own Inward ngony
roughened It suifacc and every ripple bint."
Mitt (lordon Ciiuimlng in " lire 1'oun
latns" willing In 1S79 li v given the mott
picturesquely-effective word picture of the vol
cano that I hive yet seen In print. Il Is not
an altogether satisfactory description, because
the lake was astonishingly Inactive. I quote
bilcfly something of what she herself saw, and
also of what she learned almul its changcfiilncssi
"As seen from nlxivc the bed of the outer
ctater resembles a dark bluish gray lake,
being apparently n level surface. Hut 011a
neater approach we found It to be a bed of
cslteniely Iiiegul.ir black lava, contorted into
all manner of forms, such as huge colls of
rope, folds of rich black satin drapery, waves
of glistening black glass, forming a thin Irides
cent coating lo a sort of bublly red lava."
When 1 read that, and noted haw apt It was,
I wondered why I hadn't thought to say it
myself. "We climbed up and down over
undulations which on ordinary ground would
bs accounted little hills lava waves whose
crests rose erlurt a hundrill feet or more
above the gcneial level ; nTRioothly wrinkled
expanse, crossed by a stream of blackest
angular blocks, tumbled together, anyhow a
chopping sea, petrified." When our author
reached llalemaumau and look down Into the
like ol fire" litre v notit."
Miss Gordon dimming records the following
succinct history of a year's changes in Wale
maumau, illustrating nuM tellingly how- great
lliisc changes have been, and explaining w)if
no two descriptions of the volcano cur have
and fresh i nisi Imnintlitfly proceeded In form
In Ittphcr. llu molten liv.inf llalcuuiiiniii,
the oilier like, had, al (hit tame date, (June,
iSSj.lloo 11111chl1e.1l iNiuilngtiii from it, lo
allow Ihe formation ol n ciutt on lit sulfite,
eicept lo a veiy limited ettent,
"Watching these name lakes In April, ISSJ,
almost three jears liter, I noticed this change)
that, wherrnt (tic new like In June, iSSj,
bioke only nitre: In three nr four weeks) and
whereat Italciinumaii In June did not birak
up al all, (Ihe amount nf heat cmltlril from It
not allowing the fmni.illoii ofnenut iihiii II
Indie broken 1111,) Ihit Mine Ilaleinaiimait In
April, I.SS5, broke up once in nUnil two hour)
it heat hiving gone down, In Ihe Interval of
lluee yenra, tu at to be nlxmt eqinl In vohnnc
and liitentlly to tint of the new like In June,
" Not that Halcmiiiiiiiii helmed Ittelfnfter
altogether the Mine fashion In I8S5, as Ihe
new like did It iS-Sj 1 II did til. The licit nf
the new lake In lM8i,tecmeil In be quite evenly
dlvlilliiitnl Ihiough III tnliiu mass 1 while that.
of llalciuaumnii In 1HS5, sriinnl In bernncrn
Iralcd In II Inlcilor nrrat llie result of which
illlfWcnce would naturally be and wat, llial,
while llir new lake In 188J used coiiiinotil) In
break up nil over It suifuc, and with much
huily burly and driiuiiitt ration, Ihe periodic
breaking up of llalemauinaii three years liter,
wne mostly confined to Ittnukr pctiplieryl the
central portion of the turfarc of this time
lake, by reason of the Interne and continuous
neat given oil irom It, lieing kept nioxcn njw
neatly all the lime just nt It whole smface:
was kept broken up, In llie same vvny, three
yeat before. And the April, 1SH5, breakings
up of the solid crust of llalemaumau, I found,
furthermore, lo lie taking place qulelly,lamely,
and almost without observation I although it
June, 1SS1 breaking up, look place, figura
tively speaking, with n ' hip, hip, hurra,' and
the blare of trumpets "
.1. HKNI13T CKADDOCK,
M. H. C H, Knit,, I. It. C I'. ami I. 3, A Umimit
bat, SthoUr tnl I'ib'niiin nf
iVIlllltlir .I.VK MI'DIIIISK,
Klni's College, l.otij.'!.
OrMta ami, HMinHNrffNn, t)t I'otl Mirrl, Ul'ly
ormftt Irt I tr. C,ittar,
(Imir llmiM 9I1 isu'ilok A M
tlt-tto s 10 nn-l 1 10 1 r. M,
itltnriifU 1IH1I I'oHMtfor lit frflir.
No ij Kaaiiuushu Rrntrr . IIomoi.uiii
7er,er nf llir VIhhii fnrle,
AiMtr, ei Mettrt. WVtt, llowAOi,,
Nn. lj fotr Dr a. Moron 11 u
Itrjuiirntr Na, 11 1 mma ilrrrl. tyf'ilt
WIIITNKY, M,I)M I). O.K.
mi r tilrrtl,
r a cuLnMAN.
HIvii on Klrtft ilHr
r B. WILLIAMS,
(MhinrB ANri Draivii in
rtirnttur nf ttrtry trrlpitnn Attn
IffttntUtrrtr hhi( Mitnufttrturrr
FiiritiiHi WrtrfNnn No. in Fmi Krl. Wml-
tlsop. Oit lUn.lun Hot, Nirt. Ml Ut omAy
fllltfltltni 10, tie-) 1
Olilft In llicvrrr't Pluck, rtiHW llirffl nml foil
Sttri tnlidiic un lltHil Slrrri, nu-tCi
.(ttnrtt'tf ""' Mounarltnr ttt Istw,
lfirf .lfff tu ttikr ,ttkntrUittfrmmt,
N.I. 14 KaaMI MAHli KmUKT lUiHtitUtV
..,..- - .. ! I.. -.I.ll I I.I. ... I I, III.
tUfil fJi Ink Itehniml'iliimnil lo Cn-
ifptutn'Drtgiifl.jtf ....7.. IIonoiuui
1 '"yy-u f
IN if 1
SiiUlru Viitillr iiTmI VnutmUnlfin nf limit,
Forth, Slates of Cnlif irnta n.l New Voik. ()ff:C
at lli llaiikiif lll.l.opft Co.
Honolulu. Oaiiu, II. I fnvifti
icen or arc ever likely to be alike: "In
January 1S79, Ilalimaumau wat one large
lake without any divisions. It was enclosed
by a low crag-wall, pethap-. twenty feel above
Ihe general level of the ha bed. In this wall
were several cracks, through which streams of
molten lava escaped into the outer crater.
Ihe lake was quite full and large waves
tossed as if by a violent storm, were continually
splashing over, accompanied by a noise like
the discharge of artillery. There was no
smoke, ami nt night fountains of fire were seen
from the hotel, thrown high in mid air. In
April Ihe walls bad attained a height of 45a
feet. One night in that month 317 points in
the crater were counted from each of which
tire was bursting. Hut on the 21st, the whole
mass of crags surrounding llalemaumau fell In,
leaving only a wall about 25 feet high. Stand
Ing on this level, you looked down 1 000 feet
into one vast pit without any divisions. A
little steam in the bottom was all that was visible
at that time. Gradually the crags were once
more upheaved, and the fire filled up, within
an inner circle of lock wall. In seven months
the crags attained an altitude of from 360 to
My citations have made this letter a long
one as interesting as it is long, I trust.
r,. . a.
II Ac. . Ilrf
Another id Instance of the degrndillon to
which men come through love of liquor was
brought to light in this city yeslcrd ly. Some
time ago there ai lived In San Kranclscoa young
Kngllshiiian of good nddreas and evident social
and scholastic experience. This man obtained
a Kisltion nt assistant teacher In a well-knawn
school In Sonoma County, and proud himself
to be fully competent for the duly. He became
populir with teacher and students nhke, and
his future promised lo be n success. Then the
old yearning for drink overcame htm nnd he
tepidly frl' from gricc. Ills last exploit In the
school, it is said, writ the stciling of money
from the principal, but Ihe latter condoned the
offence in hope tint the mlseiable fellow might
reform. The )oung mm was next heard from
in Honolulu, but after n short sojourn in the
islands returned to tills city. In the meantime
the story of his life became known to certain
of his ncquiintnnces in this city, and out of
consldcratioii for his family they tried to help
Ihe young fellow on In the world. Their
efforts were useless, however, for he had be
come n confirmed incbriite. His social con.
ncction give him the entree as nn occasional
guest in several of our leading clubs. Of late,
sundry valuable overcoat have ilivipjicaretl
from the coitrooms of thce clubs, but no trice
oflhc thief could lie-found. A member of me
of the clubs In questtcD, and n lovei'Litf the
hands of the sneak thief, employed the ser
vices of a detective, and yesterday morning the
latter discovered one of the overcoats in a pawn
shop, from the description given by the pin n
broker he traced up the party who got money
on the coat, and, to the horror of every one con
cerned, found it to lie the Diglishman in ques
tion. The thief his been placed in the Home
for Inebriates and it is scarcely probable that
he will be brought before the courts, He has
been known in San I'rancisco under an alias,
Slid alias being the tunic of his mother's lamily.
In fact, he is the sou of an Englishman who
held .1 high position in the British navy, but
who is now on the retired list, and who 'has
been knightul for his sen ices to his country.
The son Is a graduate of Oxford, nnd Is so ex
cellently connected that out of consideration
for his unfortunate family, the Call will re
frain from publishing cither his true name or
the alias by which he is known to many in this
stale. Sun Francisco Call, May iblh.
D I. GRAY, M. D
VHVMttlf.lX ASH HVUOKOS,
Orfit., nel itiwr lo the tlniioliilti lalirsrr.
n tft iua. si.
0 mi Hours: to 4 r. u,
7 us IP, si.
Sundays 9 lo II a. tl.
UI'.aiI)l'.NCi:,tui-. Kliuii and i'msacuU Sit.
-lAHIXn ft COOKIt,
,VWif'fMf o,,f CmtMif(n Mrrrhitnl;
No ti KiNoKn.ar., , ,. .IIokoiuii.
IMMMlUt AHII naMRM IN
rim IfilrliCnrV A Cointwny't I'laiiltlimii
'I1 Air,. 11. It A ItsLUln I'Uiuilmi.
K. IUIl.t, I WaIaIii llAiilAlkin,
A II, hmfiliA UMiiuny, (Colon, Kutul,
J, M, Alemaitl,r, llalku. (). -' ;
mpnHtr nnt tm1r in ttrnrnt Mr
Nn. m-ji QuMwHfMir . .. Mntot lLtf
T M. OAT, Jtti.ft CO.
)M((iHfi-f find ,Vir tnlr,
fi ttuhhtr Mtiimp ,iatey
to)H ,((1MMI'. II. t.
Tint tfrpprr mmt drl trttn Warkrrt
fitnrt ttttil ffir'
rf all ttlmli, llttml?1 tnrk sr1 mia!i, h'i4 furfiktv
n( Ko-"!. (lnMisi, lm( etc.
No. S KAAMUMAMtr RmfLar Honolulu
'11m Krilmln SiiRr Conipii
l1i IJnlfMi Imtirniic sUimtiAny ul Sn KiAnfcsvo.
Ilxi Naw FniiUriil I,lf lnurAnc CtmHinyo IkMtmt
I1i lllale MuniifMiirlitg Comprint of H'),imi
O. M Wniirii'i P.iUnt Ccnirlfueal MkcliIiMt,
lli New Ymk nl Honolulu I'niti Lin.
'Ih McKriint'i I .In. Ilonolcilu aift tSan l-riincitco;
l)r, Jaknft A Smi'i (le..rlt-t Milklfit,
Wllsut k fitMi'i Slrtcrr Mauufj,tiurlrtj( Cmmn?,
W)ire1r Ac Witwjn'i fwswinf Muctiltifi. toiftt
P P, AOAMS,
Jtirttottrrr ttmt CnmmUlott Mfrthnnl,
No, iOOuKKN STRkftf. ...... IfONOIltU
HOPPSCIILABGHK A Co.
f AINU A Co.,
, t'tttnmt4tn Mrrrhnttt't
Imtftflf att.! denltrt In Ifiy, Orsln n Utrn
I'mhIiko j sj(
inn fttiffl' Irf
M. W. MGChesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
lUrt now Undfot
For Alameda & John S, Oprockolo,
Lama iiii.m.nt or
r rwrhs cooKb,
(Ti7itwTn?.n'AriA H:wO w
lirtoHT ntxtt Itntlrr in fumhrr tiftit till
hhttt of HhUiUhu JHntfirtnh,
No. 61 Vur htnT m ' llnNouni'
Fa itirrp rnt nunm ftmt
lint, gtanrm nii'i
IPrtttr (h rtf tlnotl.
nnnrtt nrnnt rrnt arm r wurt
fHtittr ami TtJtttrrtt,
AIo iroirfUlur Hlr oim! Suitar rUnUtlons at
V.nutMt KimUu, WlfM( FCwa, unit MteU,
C'OK. NUUANU AHII CttAttAiH Btt HOHAILIU
tm)tnrtrrm amt Vntrttnl union Mrrrhttnt.
N. 4lQLrxNftrpkRT Uonollxu Oamo, II I
O U. DOLE,
OhiiiaWoi flit fMW nml Xotitry VnMtr,
N( I;, KAahumani Stkhkt IIonoiuiU
MITIl ft THURSTON,
AUttfthry nt Imw,
j W. O. Smith,
( I A. liiUKtTtirt
No, 3R Mkrchant SrwKKT IIonoluii'
fir R. CASTLE,
Attorney nt F.ntr nml Notary Vttbttr
No. It), MERCHANT SrBHtT.............IIOrVOtULU'
Aittmti all tlio Court cf (lie Kingdutn. a 10-161
"1X7ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co.,
j I A. TltVHltoM, 1
tW.O. Smith. i
Stork, and Henl Kttnte llrokrr,
No. i3 Mkocmant Street. ...Honolulu
(Ktf thUiktd in iW)
Sitijar rUiUAlKm, KAilrixul, Telejtioim and oltirr Cur
pLraiKii Atck, laontUftiui tiiniur c,urmci
Hon ntiit ttltfi Vninter,
PaIRR ItANIrRfc, ttC,
Nn. 10; Kino SrnrtriT.
O. HALL ft SON..,.
lUI-ORTRIIS AND DKALKR1 IN
linrttipnrt nml (Imrrnl MrrrintHtltr,
CokHitK ur KinA and Fort STBrr.Tf, Honolulu
WilluinW. Hall ,'rnldnl nI Managtr
I.. C AU. becretary anil Treaiurer
W. I Allen Audnor
Diretlor 'nionui May F.. O. White. tro-ajfi
P A. SCHABPBR tt Co.
Smiortrra nnfl Commlialon Merchant,
No. a Merchant Stukkt,..,,, . Honolulu
UoU(,tir A.ih Sam on Com Mission,
Miwey Loaned1 un biOs.k Sceuntfct.
Honolulu, May 27, 1SS5.
Since comriillpglic aiOTtvJ have reail with
llliu. it is IIVI W"f savsVi ,iiJS,iHv.baiiii
ami to any onu wWi h3s'lyi lo Kiliiuca Is
as interesting asXponl I arfvisc cvcquooe who
can to read it. Zi tt
The following cxtraVt from that'llrlcr is per
ttnent here ; ,.
" The volcanlsm ol Kltauca Is clearly less In
the present than In the past. To say nothing
ofycaisago, when there were in Kilauea, the
north lake, directly under he crater wall on
which the Volcano House now stands, and, two
miles distant, the south lake and lialcmau
mau, along with perpetual snow flows and
numerous vent holes here, there and every
where seemingly. According to all accounts,
there were in that same crater, no longer ago
than l83i-j two lakes In vigorous operation,
one of them breaking up all the lime, and the
other every hour and a half, in place of the
one lake and vent hole of the present, which
is substantially the entire volcanic demonstra
tion now e!i in the far-famed volcanic center.
" All of which Is not saving that Kilauea is
on it way to estinction, as a volcano, in the
no distant future) the real fact lieing, that,
ust as all fire disapcarcd from the Kilauea
lakes in 1S68, but after a while returned thither,
to the smaller amount of subtcrmaean heat at
present issuing Irom this famous orifice may be
followed by Ihe Issuance therefrom of a larger
amount In the time lo come, While we can
not foiecast future volcanic activities on the
one hand, neither can we forecast, on the othei
hand, the lack or cessation of such actltitics.
l'eilo-iicity seems to be a feature pertaining to
most volcano, and Kilauttywhuh does not
kteni to bu a pcilodic vulcano at all, may I,
after all, slowly oscillating Utwn a greater
and less degree of Intensity marking its
" In June, l&U, I spent several days beside
the new lake, watching (Is movements; and
found that ihe cuuled crust on the surface of
it wi then breaking up once every hour and
a half, almost to a minute j this tame crust
tbV I, gave way every hour and a half)
broke Into fragments, plunged Into the fiery I
mast beneath and was melted) rhilC a ncwl ,4.lkl.jktiJO
Importer mill Itealrr In Glmwrttrr,
jirrtiiri, nuis-r-i iiirrn iwurr,
No. 83 Fort Strrkt... Honolulu
Kinff't Combination bpcctictes and K).cUstes,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fanes' Suaps, 1'ictur, lrain,
WostcuhJiu's I'ocket Cutfcr), ll. I. Chase's Llaiul
susvs, Clarlv's Spool Cultuil, Mainiiia 'OiL all
kinJ, of Mactiine Needles "Domestic" I'aiter Fashions.
Sole ai;alt oT Ihe universally acknowledged Llgtit
Runninc Domestic hewttij; Macliin,.
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer ami Jlralera in Urnernt Mer-
Corner Queen ami Kaahununu Streets, Honolulu.
Krpreaa nml JIMtyman,
Oflice. No. i Kins Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchtsowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, II. 1.
Freight, J'ackases, and lLtenitre delivered lo ami from
nlliurtiol Honolulu ami viciruly, Lirelul at
tention luld lo inovinK 1- urnilure, with
WAGONS EXrHtiSbY fOK THE I'URI'OSK.
Office 1 elri.lionc. No. B6.
lMrrHir. unit Vfimmhalnn Mrrrhnntt,
Corhkk FuRr Ann Ourrh flrsfPTS, HoirtiLtLv.
Sale rif Fiirnttute, Stotlr, Krai Fstfll, ami flerenl
Mrrthandis, iiromi(ly allenile.1 10, Sole ascnll for
American and l.uroirf-ati inerclsandise. If I.vons,
-ilj ll-J. I.Riny.
PHILLIPS ft Co.
Importer nml tt'hotetnte lienter In fjtnth
fMy. Hoot, Hhoem, Hat, Men i'ur-
nlshtnff Uaoit, t'nncy lloott, lUr,
Ho, 10 Kaaiiuhanu Stcfrt .,... JIunolulu
Civti'ttfisx In (""ft (
III J . Hour, OoMen (In I.
UUu I Pmf, CI Itornl.
Futl. WhrM, llcft.
'- ,J i Corn. Ill . WhfAt "
RsUkl Otn, IJI. CfAcl'lHl
t(tuV llrAntCaan4 ! rin
JSrttll Wji, Wlitt, T
Hack I !!, Ilayen,
Htt nt. tmt
HV lltftnt1, Lim
(WbnOnlont, IWt Rilurftlln,
b W Vviklt, lUn In Ominkf.
Cam l.ilfA ffo)a Cratfcm,
4 11 M 01 turn Hrea.t.
Cat CfitV.l W)Mtf 10 It. Ugi,
Om0tn .Mml, hU t. to l,i
CustO.l Ma1, 10 II. Kt
Cav 0n MArth.
CV Itiie lUini,
CUCA A Ham.
(,Wt L II. llCAtt.
Caiit rAlfUrik't Ur.l, tb. jll(
Cai filrUink't IjtnJ, j IU pall,
Cw4 KairUnk' liJ, tntt. pM,
Cam Wlilt rwi Iluittr. In I In,
IfAlf M.li. Iluitr. iVu- HtM,
(it, M. UaittT, 1'kHi K'.ll,
ll.lffiilin. Iluitff. (Hit VAt.
tt, firkin Itutitr, 1'iiU K!it,
(Jak N CKffsi,
llotMAn.ll-1!, Kail CrxIfiOi,
l!Ma'nn.ColtirrilU Hirer SaIxtwo.
Cmci inU ViZ't
OtM jtumlry Starch,
ltoi iWotrn Ijiurniry B(Ut
Iure Java Coff, Hotttitd un C round, i K l!n
Sack lrrn OifTtt,
Clitiu J(nm'Iea, i Ik intf i,
Clieai Jtfxtn Tea, j lb. pajstn'
lUT W. McCHBSNHY ft SON.
leather, Hide, Tntlotr nnd Cm,imlmlon
Agent for the UoyalSa Company.
41 (JUKKH .STfckKT.......
S. GRINOAUM ft Co.
importer a tut tfhntetnte Itentrrn in 1ln
MaKRK'B IlUKK..,...,,OtJHRN SfBrTRT, HONOLULU
JUT S. GKINBAUM ft Co.
f'orintrillna ami Commtlon Merchant,
iM California St. Sam Franciko,
Special racSlnieti for and (Articular attention paid to
conuirnmeiiuoi iun.t iifoauce. iittvr
I lotltt '1 elfjihi-n. No. yn.
Itool nml Hhoemnker.
HojU and Shoci made to Order.
Nn. 103 FitNT Stkkkt... . Honolulu
tU. W. UACPARLANB, II. R. MACLMKt.AhK.
Q W, MACFARLANE ft CO.
Imporiarm, CommUalon BCerchavnU
and Sugar Factors.
lirc'(ocf HuildlnE,.,. Queen iirtft, Honolulu.
Vuui'M Sheep Ranch Co. Hawaii,
J. fruwter fc Co'tbieani I'lawand Portable Tramwaj
Mlrrles Walton A. Co't Sugar Machinery, GIairow
GUkfow and Honolulu I.lno of I'acket.
I.iverool and Honolulu Line of Packeti,
lndonand Honolulu Line ofbleamcr,
huu r Ire OlHcc of I.ondoiL 34)?94
Decoration Day exercises last Saturday
pisseil off very satisfactorily.
The march (if the. meirtlicrs of (Jcoifjc W.
De Long Post, G. A. K., escorted liy the
Honolulu Killcs, was followed liy many per
sons, old and young and ol various nation
alities. The exercises at the N'uuanu Cemetery were
brief but imprcssiv e. I'art of the ritual of the
G. A. K. was read liy Tost-Commandcr
Dncrson. The graves of tlcatl soldiers and
the plot lielonginc to theoider were decorated.
Some floucrs were placed on Ihe uravc of
Tliorndvke Ij Kavor, of Ihe Killcs, and then
Ihe procession returned to town and disbanded.
The cemetery looked better than it iuol to
before these fk-coratlon Day services began to
bo held here-; and the public owes the G. A,
K. gratitude (or beginning a good wink.
Among the graves profusely and bcaujifutly
decorated wast that of the late Joseph S.Gurncv,
which was almost toverol with plumerlas and
The exercises nt Music Hall In the cvciing
were will attended and evidently fully appreciated.
Musical 1 all was handsomely decorated.
In the centre of the inward curve of the par-
quelle was a photograph of Georne V. de
Long, flanked by to American flags. The
partiuctte railing wat most tastefully decorated
with pennants and signal flag. On each side
of the proscenium was a large American flag.
From Ihe apex uf the arch above the fnotlight
hung another Ameiican flag, from which de
pended the shield of Ihe ist. A Hawaiian
flag was draped in front of the royal lx and
an American flag in fioi't of the bos opposite.
The following programme wat faithfully
cailicd through 1
! Music.,. ., , ,,
ll'alrJiwi'l1.'.! rtMfl sfrirrrr,
Watch rttpnlrins made ss Speciality.
All orders from the othel Islands promtitty attended to.
No. 55, Hotel SrKsaT, IIomoli'LU, H.I,
A W. PEIRCB tt Lo.
r hit him.
No. 15 Qubkn St Honolulu.
Agents tor Itrand's Guns and Itomb Lances and Per.
ry Uasis' 1'aln Klllsr. ,10-961
A LLEN tt ROBINSON,
Ittftter In Lumber ami all ttlmlt of Jlnlltl-
Ihu Material, Valnti, 1311m, JValla, ete,,
No. .4 Qekkm Strrst Honolulu. H. I.
auknts or schoonrrs
Hal.akala. Kulananu, K.kauluolil, Mary EUeo,
UlUma, Pauahl and L.ahL
At Kobiiuon's WKarf. ,io-.6i
IT HACKPBLD & Lo.
wenr-rcif torniHU.foH jtyentM,
TJACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importer and TlenlerM In Hitnlteare, Cut'
l'alnts and Ods. and General Mcrthaiutlse.
No. 74 ano 76, Fort Strrrt ..Honolulu
O J. LEVEV & CO.,
Ifhotetate ami lteUill tlroeert.
No. 91 Fort Strfkt..... .Honoluiu
r resh s;nceries and provisions ol all kinds on hand arid
received recuUrty from Kuroji, and America sslnch
vill m sotd at tlie losvesr market rates.
Goods delivered to an) jiart cf the cay free of charge
(stand orders solicited and prompt attention will K
given to the tame. 208 .53
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vstmcnt Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to
Office Hearer lllock, Fort St.
Cor. FoktanuQurkn Strrrt..
rjOLLISTER tt Co.
fyuMTeaaff iihiI llttall tlrufwlt ami Xo
iMteeont!, No. 59, Nuuanu SrLKRT...., ..Honolulu
OPP ft CO.,
1 Kino Street, Hpnqlvlu
Uihotterer, Draper ami Heater in alt
klmt of Furniture
Telephone No, 143.
, ,,,,.,,,...,CenleonUt Martk
Ko)al Ha-iUaa Band.
I-Roll call U Post.
IIIAddifsssf poa cotniuander,
IV SJtl. lo Ihe dead.
Mrs. llaatard. Mrs. I, r. Mnsstu,
Mr, W. W, laUr Mr. J. V. VarndU'
4 AJJ(u of Wclcufsvt, 1
ptSHOP tt CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian 1st and.
Prasv Eichang on
THE 1NK OF CAUFOKNIA,
' SAN FRANCISCO.
And ihelr agents In
Metsis. N M. RarilSCHII.DSON.'v"v
The COMMERCIAL NANKING CQ, V, C
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.."n
CF SVDNKV, 5pNEV.
llu l!4sIL.'Q HI' MVUr 7Lar AVl.a
,, ...... nu . ...... .M.tw...H(l -.
IHE HANKS OF UKITISH COLUMUIA.
VICTOKIA, U.C AND IORTLAND, OR.
Transit a Ctmrat fianiinr Buiimus
importer of llenentt
NO. 58 0,1KKN SrRKKT,.M
tU Front Strrrt. Sam Franciuo
'-pHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.
(Latk anion, Grrkn Ca)
Importer and Commtatton Merchant,
No, 4 Kaaiiumant St .. .. ....Hoholuj.u
Lloyd't and the Liternool Underwritcn.
Dntikh anJ troreiicn lnne Inuiancc Comitany, anj
rtonnero Auurance uomtiany. iio-soi
noxa RaUIhi. Ion.rn Iycr.
box Kilfi, LofniVm Ijiyeri
Ji tjti KAUtnu. lynwion'Lavf,
lloie lUhltii, MukcAitl.
Cam MUrrf riclW,
Ctftee St;!cr, awonr'!. !,
J'all Minte lltt, AlrmKM,
Ut Mince Meal. Culling.
Sack Raw iVanuti,
Sac. 1 KnstUh Wa!nut.
.Sm. Mt .Shell Almorvit.
Sacii 1 tk IVcann, eitra large,
Cami Cflhfornt Hon,', 1 lb. tfn,
Cci Klnjf, Moru ti CuV, frtfth canneil
1- rum, J t like ami Vesttiblet,
llalei Wrjnn(E vtt extra quality
A LAt-r AI)0RTMK7tT or
Jlent California Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harnn, Skin In c anil Ujr,
t-rcrKh ami AtiV-ricnn Calftlms
8h-ep Sltltu, Mat Skmn,
IttiwaiiMi bUIl Tr
And other good too numeroui to mention.
The i;cvm1 are frerJi, were bought very tow, and
will be lold al
LOWEST MARKET RATI.
W. KeCHESm & SON,
Wo. 42 Queen Street,
'pHOS. G. THRUM,
Imi-ORTINQ ANU MANtrACTVRINO
Stat toner, A'ete Ayent, I'rtnter, Hook
And publuhcr of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual,
Merchant, itreet. Dealer in fine Stationery, IJookt,
Mutslc, 'Ioy and Fancy Good, Foe tlreet, neat
I lut el, Honolulu. mitl
o.wm, 11. m. uow,
EST, DOW ft CO.,
C. W, MACFARLANR.
Importer and Veatr in atl ktnd of
Mute, Fancy and Jumnee tlooil.
Fumiiurtof all liiulfu Seninj Machlnci. Mirrors.
Patnrliigt, Otroinoi and 'oya, 1'ictur tramet uui
Coruket to order. Moving and re (miring Furniture
No, 10 Fort Strrut.. Honolulu
Itoaler in (Jkoieet iletf, Vent, Mutton, Me,
No. 6 Qurkm Strrrt, Fism MARKrrt
Family and Shipping order carefully attended to.
ijve Slock funtiittetl to Veuch at ihorl notice.
Vegetable of all kind uilicd to order.
Ttiar.ioNK,, .,,.,,,,,.... , , ,, .No, tu,
IVmi Cm. NnU. Eamn
t . -..titt..A'ieru
Comrade j, A. CkUsun, aitui thaUU
.. , ..In MfMsjry of Fallen Heroes.
Kpyal HawaiisM Haud.
.. ...... , ,.,H(M.&11,1U
. . , t.Vira LAnvctca
ia-Rcadinf.CuvK Turnover with Ucauttful Flore
Mtw May Atbeno.
il-Soog.. TU Star SiniUd lUoxwr
M im AnaU Me4agi.
It Oraiioo, Cora4U K Jy Greco, Q. M,
I) Medley, Kemumceate of th War, ani
Kyal IUaIuA Uan,t
rj B. MclNTYRE ft BROTHER,
ilroeery and Feed Htore,
Cor. Kinq and FohtSti. ............. ..Honolulu
1J0N0LULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hteam Knytnt, HmUer, Hnyar MUU,
tJintterm. Iran, iiram and Lmad CtAMtttmm.
Lffwini.u , .,..... , ,..,.in
WVhittwy ol every UctCfiftUm made lo order.
I'trW-Qu Wtteutluii uald to Shfo'e UUcVMnithinc
uieu uui rve tuorieu notice, iio-mi
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
tlemerml MerettnttUmnd Commissi A a ml
Quirk Strukt, Hokoluli.
OflSrttr, d Jotre, Jr.; prldrn4 and majugtr ;
JoefkO. Carter, Iteaaurcr and wentary. Dtesnr(
lion. Uutlva K. Ilulwpand IL A I". Cartert W. 1.
Ulan, auditor. ,S
IfVtOTtT, VJ. Mt I
rrarured by I
(roauERLV with wuu A ca.)
tThteiml and BtU it roe ,
111, Kikhi Sraajrr ...UaiiRR lUau&Nv Halu
Faaulv. Plaiuailon. and Sku ttora udomJ at Jisotl
notka. New iEaaie bv avcrv iliwiiir Uedietm frnen
l.i .. is Tr r .1 t " "'
llHi CfM IIXUlljBjUllMUlIVRKRMRalJMl
Bfim aXi. leWptsMaNo. u. it-rf
N. F. BURGESS,
VAKViSNTEn ASD nUlLDEH.
Respectfully announce to ihe public that
he la purchascsd the
Iljsines reccnltv condiscied ts-Mr. O. M. I.aR. at
Mo. 81 Klr.tr Ureel. vbkK ssitj lie maler rh, roanace-
nirrlafhUsonB. F. liUKCBSS.
fhe Kircss will alteitj III arrival ol every ueamtr
and iromtJit)' deliver
FKEICHT, PACKAG13 , 1IAGGALE,
In Hoii&lutu and sicinit).
yXJKlMTTXTItE 6c FIJKOB
Moved utlh car,.
HK, ALSO, HAS I'UKCHASF.D THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
llusiless heretofore Le4by Mr. J. W. Hingley,
No. 8a Kina ureel, which will te ccndlKled by bis
son, U. W. BURGESS, and ones, cserylhinz In
thelln.oCS.MOKI.Uy AKTICI.KS can be found, vf
Ibe liest quality.
TbanVOic lh public for (ast favors and rna rantreln
10 prtinijly execute atl orders la ettber line of bust
ncss, at reasonable charr.es would rspsrctfully soIki! a
slvare off-ubuc idlronae.
UBiee Telephone, So, 0.
JCfiileHC TrlepMon So. I3H.
S4 Kino Street, Honolulu.
Art prepared lo furnltk t'lan anil JC-
mf. for Mlrel
Xs'ita or wUrwstl Cart and UocooMtivcs, Spccian
ADAITKl) tORSUOAK 1'LAN TATIONS.
FsTotaistivi Viaitvays. and Locujsvotlv,. aad car. Tnc
llou knjfusei atl Road lcuc4oll.,s, bajn
iluuKlus, and Cuhivalinf MacturMty, Purl
aU. RjlKinc, foe aj iwrposn, Wsodilij
Kulise, usr lnclinft,
Catalogue, wuls llluslrarVMia. Models and Hsuio-
2raL4ss of lb. above 111.1, and Sladilisery saay b, ssst.
llUssJ3f,olia iusdersl(svtd. V. L. liUkXN and
Ik W. S4ACr'AHLANK&CO.AMlrur I no. row.
krslCa ". tlf
jT W, OIRVIN,
CvitsassiMtati Jfrrhaml ttawl lltmtrml Jlfmttr
lit ttr lloU,
Waimav, Uam , ,.,., ,,,.IL I
CSfsanm. Hatdsnn. (siaisouery. PatoM M.dkiot,
rsvnssvMir rjm usssssstsstsv riss-sssi
NOTICE TO THE PUBLH3.
We take 4eautt In annotsvneint; thai, la addition to
our ConrturrmNRRV amii Cakk Hchjsrw., e will
open on SA I UKDAY, AI'KIL 3$th. an
ICE OKKAM PAliLOll
Which ha teen neatly fitted up to meet the require
menu of our trade.
Our Ice cream will Laoidy of wperior quality, made
of (enulrvi cream froat the WoooLa Uairv with
wnoai ie nave arracjru 10 eupr v lesuuriv
wiih pure, creaia, hKh balng ire(iintly u4J,
enaMe tu lo cuaraiuee a nn4u antvie.(Of ten
rrteaav eioal to iLmI aiaJa la anv of Out Luv aMlUk.
The l4lsrw,ni raiUtiee of Its CeaaM and lets IU
ie iurmia at out ooenuif. anul Mveraiotner taiicti,
if our wad will Itutily It.
VANILLA, COFFLE GI.CE,
ORANGE ANU STRAWBERRY
Iartk Mftiti any day cace4 iNuntlay. TKoa
wUhtnf c OtaM fur Suaday wua ! their o den
on Saturday Ufort -jr., wlikh wOI U d levered
More 10 a. M, SundaY TW crtajaa wQl ba packed
ulaat trMyteltlkMpLsWhl RonU Cnt-cUta coodi-
HsWjPslaf la receive tmt of puUie pmironasf In ikU
Ium of aw WisUeM. and taankb irm lof ta WtJ
fevora la Um paal ve remain, nefMctMly,
4-l Kt0 Mtrt ttststsr 41SsTsttS
LA1NE Ac CO.
No. zTlott St., Clock Bnllditig,
I lav, received a coruiznmcnt of lb. most Economical
and Valuable r d for ah kind of stock, vu r
COOKED IASHKED MEAL.
It It lb. greatest Flesh foron, Milk anj flurier pro
uuscr in use.
Oil Cake Meal shows nbul M vmt cnlr of nutrstir.
raaltrr 1 Ibis iscarly a. per cent.
lass lbs. of Ibis useal Is eijual to ass lbs. of fssts, or
ill lbs. of corn, or to.., lbs. of wUat Uan.
Also.cMr Unnsaled MIXCU VM1. as ketlaiour
usual supfdy of lb, best kinds of
Httjr, OftU, Wkasstt, Corn, EU, Etc.,
Which It offered al the Lost Market RaKs, aaj
delivcied fre. tn auy yx tsf lb. my.
Aseutt for h
FacUsC Mutual Llf. Inauraat. Co. ot CalUoraU.
A,Msforih, IIOOVKK TKLCI'HONE.
ConmUslocer of IWds foe ih. Star, of California
TlXtll'HONK NO. id. St6-s4i
JiiNt H. ooolvod
Direct, lmrioiialion uf
Xhlt fiieMwon'M Now Crop
Cta art JaHo Teas,
kWWWmwmm 1rRTsVWrV 7eWtWH VrWPV
Henry May Co.,
ea aoT btiue. st.
f bttir mbad and bill heads
. Prbsud naaily sad a nsuull. rat al tU Smsvt.
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