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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN INLANDS, AUGUST 29, 1885.
Voi.UMK V, NUMHKK 52.
Whole Numiiek 26 j.
Pre 8 8
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During the oppressive warm wentlicr
that ha? prevailed this summer, u far,
the longing desire of every moveable
being seems to he for some resort for
freedom and relief, whither they ran
hie and he at rest. For this reason K
Honolulu becoming more and more
like a deserted village during the sum
mer vacation months, and at the siine
time many of us wonder why the islands
with their delightful climate and re
putcd hospitality do not attract more
visitors to their tropic shores for the
It was the writer's prii!ege last
winter to pay a hasty visit to the gem of
California watering places, Monterey,
with its palatial Hotel del Monte,
situate amid an extent of grounds that
for natural and artificial picturcspjeness
it would be difficult to equal anywhere
else in the world. A faint description
was given in the Press a few months
since, but having through thckindiKss
of Mr. II. R. Judah, of the South.
em Pacific Company been recently
cently favored with two new views of
the charming locality, it may not be
ucemed inappropriate to treat our
raderst to a fuller description of Pel
Monte and its attractions. This may
explain why tourists to the islands are
so lew. It will also give some a better
idea what a strong counter attraction
there is not far from the ery point that
we depend on for drawing tourists from.
The town of Monterey is situate on the
southern bend of the bay of the same
name nearly 1 3-j .miles from San I;rai:
cisco and is reached by water and by
rail ; trains of the Southern Pacific Co.
broad guage leaving San Francisco
three times or more daily, according to
seasoji, passing through San Mateo,
San Jose, Gilroy, Castroville and other
important towns en route, reaching
Del Monte in leis than four hours and
Monterev five minutes later. The
"Daisy Train," leaving the city at 3;jo
p. M r makes the trip in three and a
The time of my isit brought me to
the hotel at 3:30 K i. for the express
purpose of "sp)ing out the land."
The train slowed down at the station
on the hotel gn.unds to allow passcn
gers for the Del Monte to alight, where
the "bus" in waiting conveyed us to tjie
hotel, not 'far distant, while the twin
continued to its terminus at Monterey.
Need I say I was surprised ? I believed
1 had utterly failed to thoroughly picture
to my mind the narrated and written
descriptions of both house
and grounds that I hail
been favored with; fur
great though ii, ,excia
lions had been, I found
pleaajt tuipriscs on nit
THlci without, and ut
totalled, sutoiis provi
sioti for comfoit wiihii)
One takes in at a glani 1
the fact that no exiensi
has br-u spared in e-ad
lishing and conducting thy
hotel and la) iti); out it
The Hotel del Monti
as shown in 'the cut, i s
three storied modern go
thic structure' 3S5 feet in
length am) 115 feet
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trout ctrvtre. part of th
MMMiacM Uv lobby, 4
by 4V tat, theright hand side being
devoted to the oAice needs, and oppo
site a tpacioon Are pUy, while directly
1 in faint, a you enter, U the grand "stair-
eat. Bfflwl riMwdow rut, lengthwise
erf the building on the dtflerent Roars;
tfec fcott tmmm or all being suite and
the tear Mtw wf k. Many of these
" suite eea be connected to serve a tanie
fctaity or party, and all of them are
eeafMV wrnitbad. On the rum hoot,
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billiard room 25 by 62 feet, and a
ladies parlor 3 by 12 feet at the end.
Parallel with "this and reached by a
hallway and covered verandi is a lull
room 30 by 71 feet which is used
weekly during the season. There is a
spacious dining room .;s by' 70 feci,
a smaller one for children and otheis
for private parties. Kverj thing in and
about the hotel is kept in the very best
of order and nothing throughout the
entire building gave any indication of
the length of time it hid been opened
(now about four )ears) except the
effects of heat around and above the
great fire placs in the lobby. Excepting
this I saw naught to show but what the
Del Monte had opened to the general
public the week prior to my ariival.
The birds eye view shows. the hotel
from the natural park grounds to the
eastward referred to 111 the former
article with sleepy Monterey on the
slopes at the bend of the bay in the
distance. The bathing establishment
with its'picr is also shown prominently
on the beach. This is made a great
attraction to the Hotel del Monte and
certainly no expense and pains have
been spired in any sense of the term to
accomplish this object. It is one of the
largest on the coast, having 210 dress
ing rooms, one Inlf of which are set
apart for lathes, each room haunu a
double apartment arranged for dressing
room and shower bath. The bathing
tanks, four in number, in the centre of
the large building, give enjoyment,
health and strength to those requiring
warm bilhs, while at the beach a long
pier leading out into deep water gives
opportunit) for plunging into old ocean
from the rail or s.tcpj, and a raft about
100 feet distant lends bifety and com
fort to the sport. All tlii-. life was
quiescent at the lime of the writer's
visit last winter, but from the, satisfied
feeling of lomfott tint romes over one
on entering the delightful precincts it
lequircs no stretch or im iginaliou to
picture: to mind the life and animation
that i-s going on there during this spell
of summer weather. And while the
bathing attractions of Monterey have
been untie so much a feature of the
Del Monte it would be a great injustice
to pass lightly by the provisions made
for luxuiious home comforts of the
hotel itself or its iloral, artificial, hwn
and uaturai attractions adjacent to the
hotel comprising 1 12 acres, and over
the forethought of the management in
securing nearly the whole of the penmsu
Ur be) onil Monterey, swing it from Ue
5iH)iblioii and mid its yrtnes of spruce,
oak, and cypres to provide drives,
shore attnetiona and picnic ground,
that are improving with each successive
year, despite the throngs that annually
come and go. The front or near iew
of thu hotel conc)s a f.unt idea of
what the gardener, art hath wrouglit
from tke wikk of forest growth for the
comfort of Del Monte guests. Looking
out from the front veranda of the hotel,
beyond spacious and wellXept sanded
dsWewsy. aw garden plate of iker
fietween leading to grassy lawns be
yond, where, amid majestic oaks, ni)d
towering pines, out-door games are pro
vided for, as well as sand bins for the
infantile gucsU of this mammoth hotel,
liver) thing that art could suggest and
wealth procure Ins been made Subser
vient to the main idea of beautif) ing
a naturally picturesque spot. And
this feature is being extended all the
time, the latest a'ddition, last winter,
being the artificial lake to the north of
the building shown dimly in the birds
c)c viow and which for years had lain
a sort of slough of despond known as
Laguna del Key, but served no better
purpose, perhaps, than a duck pond for
convenience of the neighborhood It is
pleasing to the eye on all sides to see
the evidences ol art aiding nature in
the adornment and attraction as well as
for the preservation of the grounds.
For this purpose a large force of
gardeners are kept constantly employed
in varioas parts of the vast grounds,
available places being assigned for the
different out-door sports such as cro
quet, lawn tennis, archery, skittles,
quoits, swings, etc. This recreation
ground is laid out for guests in the
front of the hotel be)ond a scries of
beautiful garden plats, and between the
I-abarynth and the Arizona section
the lattei so named from the variety of
cacti under cultivation and which i
hs interesting as it is picturesque.
The central tower of the hotel affords
a delightful view of the grounds and
adjacent country. South east of the
hotel are the billhrd, ten-pin and bar
ipirtmcnts, while to the southward is
located the extensive tables, of whose
excellent appointment the writer still
holds pleasant memories for reasons
stated in his former letter. To the
east, beyond thegardeu plats and recrea
tion ground, and bejond the seclicn or
belt of "forest primeval," lies the race
tratk, while to the southeast of
Monterey, looms up the Catholic
church which celebrated its restoration
the early part of last year. The interior
of the church is said to be decorated
with some excellent paintings, and an
altar regarded as a remarkable fine
piece of art, the work of an Italian. It
is nearly one hundred years old and it
is well worthy the inspection of visitors.
Westward the broad expanse of the
ocean lends its pacific nature to the
scene, while on the distant hiltslopcs at
the northern bend of the bay lies rival
Santa Cruz, with its envied reputation
wan attractive sei-ide resort and for
its aricd and unetpjalled algw. 'f'he
beauty- of the scene around one at this
elevation is easier imagined than tie.
scribed, in fact the anomma rivets one
to the sot, holding him sill bound
without giving words to express the
fascination of the icv, but it is indeli
bly impiesset) on the mind for after
feasts of memory, 'Jttftjiaister of Del
Monte contains many isund nemee.
showing that our people are alive to he
enjoyments and appreciation of wca
attractions and comfort as Del Monte
It ie this rlaitH oa thees.
perhap"-, more than the salubrity of.
Monterc)'s climate for the Hawaiian
Islands ncd )ield the palm to no other
place for superiority in lint respect
that makes our people seek and prefer
localities vhose similarity of climate
reminds them of their tropic home.
After breakfast, the , next day, a fine
team and expeiienccd guide was placed
at my disposal, for a tour of the penin
sular. We started at a little after nine,
driving by the bathing pavilion, then
past the terminal station of the railroad
and into sleepy Monterey. 'I he entire
round of its principal streets was made
and its old buildings and historic locali
ties 01 landmarks vjere dul) noted
There was much of anrient aspect
throughout the town, the buildings
being low, and many of them retaining
their old time tile roofing J some of
them were moss covered with age.
Monterey boasts of the first of many
things in the state as civilization and
progress claimed California, antl these
are pointed out with pride to the en
quiring vfsitor ; principal among which
is the first printing office, the first brick
house, the old soldiers quarters, the old
government building, old Pacific and
Washington Hotels, tho site of Fre
montb fort with its adobe rums and
dismantled cannon, and as we drove
out to the right of the tow n the landing
place of the first padre, Junipcro Serra,
which is marked by a cross, with the
date, June 3, 1770. The contrast
could not be greater between ancient
and modern arthitecture than is pre
sented here so near together as af
Monterey and Del Monte.
About two miles beyond Monterey
is Pacific Grove Retreat, known also as
the Christian Seaside Resort, Irom the
fact that its founders made the provision
that no intoxicating liquors should be
sold or gambling practiced on the
grounds. The grove comprising over
one hundred acres during the summer
is a village of tents, ranging in size from
10 x 11 to 11 x 14 which can be had,
furnished, at prices ranging from $3.50
to $900 per week or $14 to, $30 per
month. It is situated along the shore,
mid a grpve of frugrant pines that ex
tend to the waters edge. Its beach for
bathing is, however, quite limited. A
chapel capable of seating 2,000 people
is locate'd centrally in the wounds,
large-'restaurnnt building, and etensiW
barn and stables arc also on
Just before getting through Pacifin
tlraienc took a new .shortnuit road
into the m'tjst of the forest, affording a
fine drive oer its sanded macadnviiM.d
road to Ocean lieach.. The Mind blow
ing fresh helped the cross titles at Point
Joe to be t)uite commotional, the was
breaking heavily against the rocky coast
at this point ; abalone gatherers here
bring out their temptations of choice
shell, or sets, for Uts(osal to visitors
Ueyond this and abreast of the sand
hills are the seal rocks, at times cov
eted with 'these awkward creeUree,
Thence wc drove oh to Cyarau Paint
and tntou.lt Cypress Gr waaec the
trees, iiiiiimu 01 uaving a straignt iJPv
ward growth as does the cultivate'd
press of our acquaintance, thev branch.
generally, bearing the foilagc out luce
grrat sheets of green moss or velvet
and with awkwardly gnarled trunks.
licyonil this is Pebble beach, Chinese
Cove, Pescadero" and the historic Car-
mclo Mission now in ruins.
This Mission is confused, oft times,
with pie Catholic church at Monterey.
Kvcn Major II C. Truman's authoritive
"tourist's illustrated guide" of last year,
s.t)s " Near the Hotel del Monte and
Monterey is the ruins of San Carlos (or
Carmel) Mission," whereas the Carrnel
Mission, one of the first four established
in California, is situated on the Car-
niclo river and overlooks Stillwater
Bay. It is four miles in a direct line
across the peninsular, nearly due south
from Monterey. Its noted ruins attract
Returning, we took a detour through
woods of )ellow pine and oak, parts of
which were of rank growth, while places
here and there were clearer, with grass
covered ground that looked not unlike
our own manienie.
Onlhv-wny luck we took-in the
water works, a finely constructed
reservoir at an elevation of 150 feet
above the hotel, the roads and grounds
adjacent being as thoroughly tended
and well kept as though it were part
and parcel of a private park. It really
is this in fact for the hotel company
the whole of this peninsular, some
7,000 acres, simply as an adjunct to the
hotel attractions, to afford a romantic
drive for the double enjoyment of sea
and forest air within a distance of six
We reached the hotel in goo J time
for hmcjt and rest ere taking the train
for the city.
Beside the annual camp meeting the
Chautauqua Literary and Scientific
Circle; hold their annual sessions at
Pacific Grove. Among the prominent
lecturers and speakers this jear the fol
lowing- persons, known to many here,
took part, viz: Rev. Dr. Wythe,.of Oak
land ; Mrs. Hannah Bean, of San Jose ;
and Rev. Dr. II G.,Beckwith, of San
Pacific Grove other points of
eing opened up, so that
s will hut .11 III In tin-
environs of Del Monte.
l. G. T. '
Nothing plated so fast
anil loose with the princi
ples of miltary discipline
before the war as the
practice of givinu commit
sions by liretet. A com
nission liy brevet, intech
iir.il hngtiage, took elTcri
"in a detachment from a
main body consisting ol
several corjis." A man,
for instance, nho was but
a simple ciuttin in a
'mum body" might, by
virtue of his brevet com
mand in a "detachment,"
?e his own major. A
;ood story illustrating thi,
is tijld tif .m old fellow in
Nt.w Jtrun.wick, who, after
miuy )eirs of service ii
the Hnlish army, was but
a. captain of the line and a
major by brevet Through long cus
tom and the courtesy of the. other offi
cers, be had been allowed the privilege
of commanding act-ording tn his brevet
rank. Hut a young snip, came from
England who had purchased a commis
sion of major.
"Take your place in the' ranks," said
the young itpart to the aged oftcer.
Without a word the later otwycsL
The man ware almost inclined Was.
tmy. They ware, liowavar, speedily
iatAaajaMj jaaA laauiaja LJ tLMk
lake your 4ae in the ranks," saisWse
Major by brevet to lae majar aflkeliaa
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JJ B. MclNTVMB BROTHttR,
Urmrrrn t'rrti Hlorr,
Cos. King anu For Sr,.. ,.,.,.. , IIonoi i'i i
UONULULU IKON WORKS Co.,
Unfit KhjIhh, Holler; Snj,ir Mill.
Coalm, Iron, ittiiMiiixt .e.i. t'.lW.'xt,.
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Mail Iter) if eier) tla-,itl,i nuj. lo ordw
I'amcutir rfiteiiiioii uM la M,.,.', llUL,i.il,,.i
lol, w.K e.Mi(le.(pnih3ktuMtvl wjtif. Jfru,
O. FOWLBR C.
r rcmv4 Im fmmtmh Plmn mud tmtt.
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With ot; toUhoisi Car and Locoaaot,vi, S(cUry
ADAPTCO FOR 5V0AR PIsAVrATIONS
frauit4i4 KaUIyay.auti Uwuswjtiv and taitaTrat
latsihm; afhl I Hhlvaltntf MswhUafr
rutK ait-r uuau ijCaaiMitea, 2ci4
aue n.iiiukt i-jr sp ptarisow ,
sMlllKa-a uf lOLliuaa.
CauLua uh ltiuatrail-stia. Mudi
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T AINU A Co,
lmprtrrtand tlealeM trt Jta ffAlff'iW Ceneral
r EWERS A COOKR,
ttttiortrM ami DnttrrM tn I umhrr ami ntt
Klmt of ttnlhthiff Jhitrrhtt.
No it VuKT StRRRT .. ,l)(lNOIIV
Ilmlrr In i Onn-N, ltlcrf Tea, Silk ami
;fdnr; (nrnf, lint, Itttnl ami
Shnrn, Ittattt t-rrtt ami I totir,
t'ttar ami Inhtttra
AUa proprietor of It we and Surar Plantaiioni at
Kantir, kovhu, Walpk, Lwa, ard UttU,
Cor Niiianu anu Cmrrif St .
f YON!; A LKVRY,
,iurtlo$trt1f iiiift rHfiWafM Merchant,
C6CKhrrWl8C Q9& ST(trr, Hanoi VL
Balei of Furniture, Slock, Real Fetate and Gene ml
Merchandise prom ily attended to Sola affentt for
American and I nropeai merchandise. I I lnii,
PHILLIPS A Co.
t minuter ami Itfiutetate tteaten in (loth
(ntt, I tool n, hoe, l(atit Men I ar
H(WWft tlnHlt ritncy Ootut, hte,
NO lb KaAHI MANU SfHtKT .UuNOLULU
KK W McCHUliNRY A SON,
leather, little, Ta'lotr ami Commhiton
Agent for the Uual ioap Coni4nv.
No 1 QURKN SrNKRr ....... ..HrjNOl VIM
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
itnporlrt ami Uhnlenatc Drain in ilea
MAKftK's IlUiCK ,,.,. Ol'KRH StRRRT, UonoLIHU
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
f'orirff,ff,if nml Commlaiton 3lrrrhitutnt
Nn 314 California St. San I-hancivji.
Soecial facilities fir and tvirticiilar atlenlton naij to
conMnmentft of UlanJ troiluce. 3io-aCt
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
iHtiMirterm iihiI Dentrta tit llttiilttiire, C11N
Paint, an 1 Oil., and General Merc'ianJme
No. 74 and , lour Stkkrt Iloiniuiii
O J LEVEY & CO ,
holeale attd Itelatl 1 tracers,
No 93 lnRT STKKKT ,i. s, . . ..KohOLlLU
fTchroccripi anj proiMuii ol all la rU. on liand ami
received reculstrly from f urwjn? anJ America hich
wilt be tout at tte lowest market rule. '
Good delivered loauj part tf tlie ct( free of charge
fUaiul order fsoliciietl and prompt attention wilt l
given tollieaanie. ttGsi-j
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
vestment Company (limited )
Money loaned furlong or short tvertodaon anuroted
securit). Aily to-
OtTico Heaver Itlotk, Fort St.
-ptlEO. II. DAVIES & Co.
(.atk Fanion, Urbhn Si Co )
Impitrter ami L'mnmlttin Mrtchatttm. S
No 4 Kaahumant br .IIqnouiu
Llojd i and the I lveriut Underwriter.
Hnmhand tuition Marina Insurance Companj, a
Northern Awurancc Conipam. a to-
HOS. G. THKUM,
UtrOMTINa AND MANimACrifRINrt
Stationer, Hook etler, Printer, Itook
An 1 pultlthr of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
P.-tier In t-ine Matiuiicr), Itootca. Muk, 1u and
fruitr Sntuets Nkak Kuir-L,
G, UMT, It M. DOW.
U Wr MACFAH(AUS.
I7BSTt DOW ft CO,
ImjHirter and Mfcntrm In all kind of
Jtutc, Fancy and Ottuttett iiood.
I umiture of all kind. Siwi t Mtvlitnei. Minor,
raimntfi. Lhrumu and. I'ms. 1'ictuia trantea and
Cornices to order. Moving and lepalrmfi rurt!tuit
No. 105 Fokt Strkktm Hokolulu
Dealer in i holer! itcef, Vtal, Mullou, Ktc,
No. 6 Quit en St tar, i.1111 Mavkkt.
f anttly and Shipping orders carefully attendcil to.
LKe Sttclc furnhlicd to Vetvaclt at uiort ntica.
Vctteiablet, tf all klnda supplied 10 order
rLiriiuNK. ,. ., No. if.
OOSTON BOARD OP UNDBRWKITBUS.
C. BRKH'hi aV C.
Age nit for lb Hawaii u Ulinds.
nKITlSH FOREIGN MARINE IN1
U Baca Loapjuiy. (LliuttcJ)
tm). . ;uvav; jGhxn
The aWvf aent lias reretvel IissirtKtn.t to r
duccihe rti of IntuuiKW Wiweeu IKntluti aii I
1'ixtft In the Pact Ac, (unl ti it.)W prepn-J 1 1 Usntt pti
cWi al thst luwtat ralca, with a w-tul ii1ihImi, Ui
Irriiht per Mra intra. Hfi&
ORBMBN BOAR J OP UNDtiKWK.tbRS.
DrvtalM Bond of UosUnvritef .
Vwiuu BoaUil of UuJftr strlirr .
F(-r the lawa&an sLinl.
pay ol BmUo. - -'
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lltst fttWv ItVuUtalUI CutUlaalt), AA autaUi0a4 A
General As, hit, wl iim uiuUi-aittisftl. Iienetai
A etui, a auifKfucd la U rikji affaMt m tiidrt
yS ihpt 1 tlur tifiaC rtaaveubU rate and mi it
(,-hhI favuraVU riua. 1 6
GERMAN LLOVO MARINE INSURANCE
Coauaatv af BtrUe.
F, A.SCHAKtXK S CA.HiVsVXa
Tha alat laeorawa CsMttpaiir1 Itaa eaCaUulaaJ a Gen-.
ral AieiKry Urt, and the aUteintd, lteiiialAats
ara aium4ii (a laXe kldta astsviiut iW cUn;tr Zt tU
Seas ai ia tfKv4 rauruU iae s l on tW jhu fat
torahU larina, to-vii
AUBURO-MAQORUUMC PIRK IXSUH-
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