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Read the MAUf NEWS
EniTori Maci Niws:
vm you kiiuiiv give some advice in
your papei to young ladies" bow to
uehave in public places. 1 refer to
some of the Hapa-huolo "Society
iieiu-d woo were raving u good lime
at the liaseball grundstand two
weeks uso bv imikintr sueh tiiKiilt.intr
re:mirk-t about their neighbors that
u wnue laay silting near by would
nolsUi.d their conduct, without call
ing tnein down,
It is ready a slime for the ladies
of society and so well educated stars
to train o down the poor and unfot
tunate ones who are not tit to tie
their shoe strings, or to eat fiom Hie
name plate with their dogs and by
doing so, showing a bad exam tile to
tin- tower class, and proving to the
pui'lic that ttie.y themselves are a
very poor picilel) of a "'Lady."
The names of these "Ladies" will
be held 1 t.i -c tinn hut. iiv
. ' , J .f-ii
the same i remarks again their names
win ue. given to tne Sheriffs office
for saio keeping until they learn to
act as a LuUa .
Learning is Wealth
Jj Jume. R U(.HV. A. M Pti n
A little learning is a dangerous
thing, Di iuk oeep or taste not the
"Let your leisure hours be spent iu
couersu sweet and communion holy
with the wise uud good of every ugo
through ;iie medium oi their writings:
uud your thoughts will be as pure as
the dewdrop, your heart as tender as
the earley dawn, your manhood as
briliuut as the sun at noonday, and
your declining years as happy and
joyous as the glowing tints of a beau
The following stanzas are respect
fully inscribed to the students of
literature now in the schools of the
territory, to the literary societies
organized under the supervision of
the Loard of Education, and, in gen
eral, to every lover of good litera
ture; und, should one person be in
duced by them, to cultivate a taste
for good reading, the author will
be amply repaid for -their presen
And iiov"', dear friends, thus hand in
With hearts devoted, true,
A happy, joyous, prudent band,
We Learning's paths pursue. .
For"Ivanhoe,"with knighthood true
Wiill surely cross our way:
'Miles Standisli," with his courtship
Will come in thoughts so gay.
" The Lady of the Lake" can sing,
"I'll come to entertain,'-'
And then "The Idyls of' the King"
Will not be read in vain.
Here "Hiawatha," true and grand,
tShows all his Indian glory;
While "Shakespeare" too, you under
Will tell his true love story.
" The Ter Cher's World" will do its
For this is but its duty;
And "Nature Study" touch the heart,
In .all its radiant beauty.
"Talks to Teachers" here will be
A blessing iu our numbors;
And "Sharp Eyes" too will peep and
Before the time it slumbers.
Now "Special Methods" here will
Our school and social life:
And Pompeii, iu his last day's dress,
Urings neither care nor strife.
For Learning's wealth is now our
This prize we all here crave.
And this we know now all may claim,
All who are true and brave.
True to teachers, parents kind,
Brave in Virtue's cause.
True to guide the struggling mind(
By Honor s sacred laws!
We are seeking Learning now,
That rich and priceless eera.
That each may wtar upon his brow
Her sparkling diadem. j
Learning is wealth, we all well know,
That prize we 11 strive to tfain.
To wisdom we'll devotion show,
Her wealth we will obtain.
Our banner to the breeze we'll flin.
in line we It march alonir;
And on each day we'll sweetly sing1
LH irtuo s holy songl
With hearts united strong and Irue,
Ana minds so clear and bright:
Each duty we will strive to do
With all cur main an J' might.
We'll feur pot dangers on, our way,
We'll never move 'iy's'l'ealtTi; '(
But onward tnan h by light of day, '
FOr Learna wh'ta is Wealth
Captain Turner of the bark Albert
states that he saw nothing of the old
bark Ceylon during his recent voyage
to Laysan island. Captain Wilier J
who, with his crow, left the Ceylon in ;
a sinking condition sometime ago
thought that the vessel had founder-1
ed and entirely broken up and said
that portions of the vessel wer be
ing wnshod up on the Laysan island
beach during the time the shipwreck- j
ed Ceylon, people stayed there, but
many people thought that the old j
wooden bark would become a derelict !
and float for some time before sink
Every little while a request comes
to some Honolulu man from some old
whaler who i.-. stowed away in a "snug
harbor" on the Atlantic coast for "a
6ag of that old Hawaiian coffee,
that's got a smell that will eladden
a fellow's heart when he is ten miles
away from it." In most cases the
coffee is got together and sent along,
as the old whalers love the island
coffee, and said that nothing like it is
to oe secured from any other Dortion
ot the globe. Avertiser
The bark Nuuauu from Kahulul
and Honolulu arrived at Philadelphia
on Uct. 18. Her captaiu reported
that for fifty-three days in the South
Pacific she was in strong cales and
suffered severely. The bark lost her
bobstay bolt, the bowsprit was
broken off, the foremast was sprung,
and when sixty miles off Cape Horn
the starboard boat was stove in and
the bridge carried away. The crew
fibhed the bowsprit with chains and
It is understood, say recent London
dispatches, that the policy of the
Morgan combination will be to reduce
the speed of the fast Atlantic pass
enger steamers to a more moderate
and uniform level. The saving in
expenditure thus secured is expect
ed to be, as compared with present
figures, something like filty per cent
on coal. The German line, which has
joined the combination, has agreed to
Incoming vessels to the Islands.
both from the Orient and the Coast
report extremely rough and boister-
ons weather, consequently most of
them are delayed in their arrivals.
The battleship Oregon vas exDect-
ed to leave San Francisco on Satur
day, Oct. 26th, for the asiatic sta
tion by way of Honolulu.
The "Maui" will not leave Honolulu
for Maui ports till Weduesday of next
Tho training ship Mohican will vis-
it Honolulu soon on the way to Syd
Vessels in Port Kahulul
Oct. 23, Bktne. Fuller ton. Mac-
donald.,23 days, from S. F., 11,000
Oct. 29, S. S. Maui, Bernett.
Nov. 1, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from
Oct. 27, S. S.Nevadan.Weedon, for
Oct. 29, S. S. Maul, Bennett, for
Nov. 1, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
Oct. 1 Ventura
1 Peru VokohaAa
4 Doric S. F,
14 Nippon Maru. S. F,
14 America Maru. ...Yokohama
21 Sonoma. Colonies
21 Korea. Yokohama
Tl Sierra S. F.
22 Peru S. F
" 2.) Moana. . . . . . .Victoria, H. C.
29 Coptic ...-.Si F
31 Alameda S, F!
1 Ventura .....Colonies
4 Boric.... ..Yokohama
7 Coptic 7S7T
14 America Maru S. F.
15 Alameda S. F.
21 Sonoma . . , S.F.
21 Korea S. F.
22 Peru Ynlnt.aa
" '22M"fowera Victoria, C.
" 2f Moaua Coloniei
. . . Yokohama
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We have Just received a lare assort
nient of the famous HERRING-HALL
MARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
"Earl Last" No. 39
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1 a photograph of one of
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but will stand all knocks'
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sole, perforated vamp and
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has the cut and style of tho
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better still, is made on a
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. We will de
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