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KALO PATCHES at AUCTION
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7t
At 12 ("rtek.M.,., the rranuars, I wi3 BrS at . '
Three IwiIo Ixitcliow !
Mnxrted si Kaeiwla. wa h U off UKfca Sire, mJ HMlU j
resaienreof tlr wU Rifc-ri Wakrurcir.
C. 8. BAkTVW. Awdkioeer.
OH WEDNESDAY, - - - - SEPT. 11th,
AT 19 O'CLUCK, A.
Dry. Goods, Hosiery, Clothing !
Eozft of Tea. Candles, Bread, I
bor-roaker'a Sawing Machine,
Hair Ticker, Wire Rigging,
.E PIANO FORTE. ETC". ETC
- r- - VS. wAtTuw, A
IlT Orrr Me-re. BUtvsa, 4c Ce- I vfU Mil
ty r Uk A actios, mX mj Bale Room in Honoie.'a,
On Wednetday, the 11th day of September,
At 10 O'clock A. St.
Three MM mt I. K. A a law, each fee lOM.4aU4 Jaa 1st.
1471. aiv payable Is . and M ssoni&s after date.
lctively ,t order of end endorsed' by CLsof Iioo. On tbe
ute r-le id lis avmth srv two eodontssmu, v! : J a!
lit. 1171, liw, and May lttk, H72, $IM .
C a. JtAKTuW. Auctioneer.
BUILDING AT AUCTION I
. T be aofcf wy A actio en the Premises, eo
THURSDAY, the 19th Day of September !
AT li O'CLOCK NOON,
All Hint Wooden Iltiifdln?
Lately orrspe-d aa a Shop, and L.ivi oo Ue (root of lb
LaaU ef Jo JaeCoifsn MIM9I.W. aid ef tort Street la
HuMtata, ami which baa fewsa distrained fbr Boo payment of
sWalef tuesaid Premises do by LulU JKIS to U
Jwa AlcCJ-ajs, amounting lo $161.04.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aect'r.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL
SILL AT PUBLIC ALCTTON OX
SATURDAY, THE 14th OP SEPTEMBER !
Mat, at II oMufc, aoao, at U Aaetiaa Kooai t4
Mr. C. . Bartow, la the CUy at lloaoiota,
THE PUBJAT10H KMOWN AS PAUKAA !
XitiviUil Thrte Miles frvm tht Aam of I I do,
la th tMatrfct of Hlla, Island af Hawaii, together vlUt aU tho
CARTS, FARMING XTTESStlS? '
8CQAR IIOCdE FURNITURE,
Axd Live Stock of Every Description I
Jaty: to a Muvtaa or TTimm Thooaaod ($li.0O0) Ooilara,
with ln(ee4 atac IM anaoT May laat, wbtaa aaid Martfac
will (all do th fine rt Ma 1S73
' ? Tkia VUmIhLm hJU at bret a poo It,' " .1 "
Uiidrricr9, Bitrt tr lew. ( Sinr faie !
planted la Aofoat htat year, which will b read tor crop
ping lii Um bmmiUi of Ieceaiber next aaotn(. It alao haa a
SaUoob Crop of Oit Hndre4 aid Dskty lrre !
of which tiMy Acre har been cropped oree, and One II aa
drod Asrca twice. The froaod la Fee Simple, being Ihe
- Akasoaa of paakaa, tha aoandariea of which ar well da
doed, aot ha not been aorvwywd, ao aa to oianerate u
Till: SITUATION OF THE PLANTATION
la a hrorable for taking oft aod landing cargo aa an on
tlrwail, eaeept Capt. Thoauu epenorr'a.
itnraM leroM of waatewt will be njade to any pwrchaaer
W wkil roraiah a good endurarr for hw aaaoant btd.
Thia PlaaUUoa la wld hy aa ander a Power of aale eoa-
tainad hi rood aforteawo a wo, dated the 13th day of
rVptamorr, IsTl. reeorded Liber m, paa a, ad 10, and
likewute by the aaornt of the proprietor of the plantation.
Twiea will be eahibiied at oar Ofttro at all tioara, and all io
furwulloa give to any Inqolrera. laventorlea will be exhibit
ed on lAa U of aale.
II. BACK VELD 4- CO.
C. 8. BARTOK. AartV.
Ilonoluia, Aagoat 23, laTI.
Leases of Crown Lands !
TT ORDER OP THE COMMISSIONERS
lJ of Crowa Laoda,
will be oAVred
for Lcoee by PnbUe
Saturday, the 21st of September,
At 12 o'clock, nooo, at aalea room,
TUB FaLLOWISQ CROWN LANDS i
The Load known aa WeJmen kai, Sitoated in Kohala. Ialaod
of Hawaii. Ibe a term ef See yeara.
The Load known aa Wailoa-uka. altaatad oo the IUnd of
Kauai, kjt a trna of Are yeara. Thia well known land le welt
adapted foe eaUirnUon or gmeinc, baring aa aonndant aspply
ef water, ami haa on It alao a Boa Dwelling Uooae, pieaoaatly
eitaaied.and ooraniiy auractieoa in ether waa aa a reeldeoee.
Alao, ttte Lea nf the Land Keaaa. aitaated In the L4atrict
ef Waiaoa. Island of Oaha, fur A I eras of Fire Yeara.
c. a. Bartow, Aactv.
A FTER SK1TEMIIEB laf. 1872.
all CATTLE frmnd branded It B or W B, wilt
be ctainwd by the nnderiaoed, nnl-ea aaid
Cattle aa.l baee been auld to other parties, and braVd with
tneir brand. W. II. BAlLKY.
Wadeae, Mael, Aagnat 34. IS7L oa-3t
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
THE STORE AND PREMISES NOW
oecad by llio ondemiroed. on Maeoakea Street. The
i iiiiw are in gund enter ml bon.ee, AO.. guvern-
aieot eater nwd on. For further partlcalara, apply t
aa(I A. INOIL.
RAILROAD WHEELS AND AXLES,
Bf SHI I NCS. A, e.. COMPLETE. SUITABLE
for Kotiroad Track, on PtonLatMMia or Guano Itlaude.
t oe aale by (aa-la) H A LkKK A A LLKN.
IIouso to Lot !
HOl'SE ON MAUNAKRA STM
be Hooufcaln Iron Werka. For portlculara en
quire U (wAewJi) R. UILLILASiO.
TO LET !
A DWRLLINC. HOl SElJf THE REAR
of the Residence ot U. M. Planer. Apply to
F. W. Br.rKLRT.or
auJl I ' B. B. PAVIIiaOX.
,I,IVE MAX IN A THRE IN MALI.
One that can apeak the Hawaiian langmace. aod la fil
ial to (ire a (air eqaiealent U labor for fair wagea. A yooag
avtn prerrred. Apy at the rnr of
A. b. CLBOIIOBX CO
No. I Kaahaaaana Jt-. TTAoohilo,
Or at W. U MEKOUAM CO., Hailuka.
Wailaia, Aagwst SStb, 1STS. aaSl 3t
HUSXHS. MUSXETS. MUSKETS ! !
A LOT r SUPERIOR M t'S
KKT3, Jaat Kecrlred and Far Sale Cheap by
jui No. 40 kort Street-
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
M- THE CLIMATE OF THESE ISLANDS
la noted the wirtd orer for geoeral lalabriiy, wbiie
certain portienlar loraJities in the gmop are aoore es-t-ciaiir
(keorably known. The district of Boon, on tbe lee
aide of Hawaii, haa h been famwl aa a place af resort for
these a&icted with affectlona of the tanr- Not a frw case
hare been known of perwios who hd been giren over aa sore
to die. by their phystetana la Cali'ornia, altera few mootha
residence In tbe pare, mild air of Kooa, recorering robost
health aud takiog a new leaae of life.
Tbe eoderaigoeil. at his conunodioaa honse near Eaawaloa,
"oath Koaa, la prepared to furnish good accomnodaiiooe to
boanfers on reaaonabto terms. Toe steaoter A Han s raoa reg
nlrly between Hooohala aod the port of KaawaJna, and
ilorsea are kept ready at the beach. Kerry aceotanvalatioa
and comfort in the way of diet. MILK and HUXEX la abun
dance. Lietightfnl rUea in the neighborhood.
Kaawaloa, 8. Kooa, May, 132. nij3A
WEW POTATOES !
IVLW POTATOES !
From: the kula district of ma
K A W AO. win be received erery week by (he bchooocrs
KA MOI aod iiOI KEIKL.
VESSELS SUPPLIED IN QUANTITIES
Al Iks 3 her teed Net lee.
H. 2. VIcISTTRK A BE0"3.
Comer Fort and King ks.
OY E. P. ADAMS
SAIeJIfKY AT AVCTIO.V. '
THIS DAY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7,
' - - Jit n Crlxk, auod, at "aJesrwxa,
19 jBfols. Salmon.
Also, Fifty Boxes SMOKED HERRINGS !
K. P. ADAM. iHt'l.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. AT SALES ROOM. .
The Usual Cboiee Aasortntra af . c.
- Consisting-of :
beuans. Prints, Brow a Cottons,
Lioee and Citt Prills, Coberri,
, . r- MwaV4 Ctua, KUnrta.-
IToiln fuls tnin Prooks. .,
Lioea aod Cotloo 8 dirts. Tow-la,
a Jackets, Breton S CarJ Matches,
Cases bowoer't and OarCgtt Oil.
Crockery, Glassware, and Lamps.
Keri Bavaiiaa Ba(ara, Aa aaaurtaie&t U Oroocnea,
Kolla Check Matllnr,
CHOICE TOBACCO AND TEA. '
Basaa aa, H aa4 ea Caadtva, tds Etc
Z. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
Real Estate at Auction !
SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
ON TUESDAY, SEPT.
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M-, AT SALESROOM,
BOO ACRES OF LAND KNOWN AS
Sllaateeia 1-2 M Ilea fraaa flaaa liar bar.
District of liana, East Mui ; thia land ia soiuble fur a
UNSURPASSED on MAUI for a DAIRY !
TUB IMFKOVaVMCNTS A&E '
ONE SUBSTANTIAL WOODEN HOUSE X
aod One Large Oraaa House.
Included In above are TO acres Pasture Land, wherein are
'ISO large Breadfrait Trees, in full bearing, aod 60 aaaall Bread
fruit Trees. This pasture Is tubeUtJtlaTy fenced tU ilooe.
the wall being 4 fori a inches high, 3 fat wide at bottom and
le laches at lop, also a A acre Calf Pen built Inside, and n
Warden of 2 acres, SUC-, Etc.
On the masks portSua of this Land, Lbere are over 600 piles
of Ooa re ready lo cat.
The title of this Land to perfeetw-
There is also an Inventory ef stock, and edsastla whieh can
be obtaioed at a bargain, particulara of which can be obtained
at Bale Boons. Terms Cash, or approved endorsed paper
bearing Interest at 9 p-rT cent, annum.
K. P, ADAMS. Aet'r.
"FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED."
" Only Two Volumes of Each New Book."
Just Enough for the Dull Season.
BALDWIN'S PRE'H ISTORIC NOTION'S,
Bai-lwin's Pre-Historic Aiaericn,
Darwin's Origin 4 "pectea,
Desceot of Man, vols.
Loagfetlow'a new voluiae Threw Books' Song,
Ma of one and half a dosea ef the other,
(Hire Lngao'a - tiet thee behind toe Batan !
Fanny Fern's " Caper fsoce,"
tieo. McDonald's VVinnUml CamberaeJe,
Bret f larte's new Volumes and forms,
Mrs. Btenhoase's Lire among the Mormons,
A Miller's etory of the-War, -Talnr's
Notes on Eeiiland, .
Lalieock's pre-faiatoric Times.
Fiflne at the Fair, by Root. Browning,
Talmadre'a Abomioationa i f ilodern society.
Rnbt. Chamber's Autobiograpb,
What to do, and how to do it,
Tha late French aod Prussian War.
Steele's 14 weeks in Astronomy, Chemistry, Philosophy,
nod Oeotngy, .
. Bryant aod B (ration's Count ing-Iloose Arithmetic,
M Book-Keeping 4ast edition.
Chapman's Elementary Drawing,
Two Klegart Family bibles,
ilew the World was Peopled.
Yooges Three Centuries of Modern History,
Brocks' seven smooths aroaod the World,
Mark Twaio's Roughing It,
Polygamy in fait Lake,
Taioe on Intelligence,
library af Poetry and Song. - -Man
and His Dwelling Place,
Barnes' History of the United States
Every Day Difficulties, and How to Meet Them,
South Sea Bobblee, Welcome Uuest, , .
Masis and Morals, Mew Piano Music,
1 Flae CsUffttai f iew aa4 ntit CI FT BOOKS!
Bonnd In Moreecow
Art, ReereaUon, and Ornamental Work.
Uoids Board lo Health and Competence,
Wood's Uncivilised Races of the World,
The WorM of Wonders,
Annual of Beieotiflc Discovery,
Tslmadge's Cruohs Swept L'p,
The To-morrow of Deatk,
HaU't Fun Better Than Phytic,
btarr King s White Hills,
Chsmbertain's American Commercial Law,
Bible Music, by Francis Jscox,
Wbaleman'a Adventures in the Pacific,
Onod Bye eweetiieart,
bayard Taylor's Travels in Arabia,
Lv-na's Corals and Coral Islands,
Longfellow's Complete Poems an exquisite book,
Wenstera Pocket Dictionary, with tuck.
Maaticai Ahsaoncs, 1S73.
Remember, only a Copy or two of Each !
anglO H. M. WHITNEY.
Under tho Odd Fellow's Hall,
-r- -j s..uSu .wM
ll..r ... Ct.M T J 1
, . , . V
Xk A3 WUUIiiCLCljr ClllCU Wltit OUCiViiig, HC,v
For further particulars apply to
C. A. CASTLE,
PER BA RK
II ALTER MANN.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Englisli, German & French Goods
Constating in port ef :
TEW STVLES PANCV PRINTS AND
Water pew ClAh, Woolen Damask,
M hite, lilue and Colored Flannels.
ktoaquito KeUins-. Flannel Shirts.
Cndcrsturta, Woolen Shawls.
Hosiery, Broadcloths and Linen Ducks !
Large Bilk Handkerchief.
Artificial Flowers. Colored Silk Ribbons.
Paddles, Bridles, Poors, Clothing,
Genuine Labia's Extracts.
Oenaine Latin's Hair Oil.
Genuine Rimmel's rhilocome,
TWO SUPERIOR MUSIC BOXES!
FIXE HAVANA CIGARS,
German Lager Beer, qts. & pts.
Brandy l" oses and dm'jobra. Ram la demijoans, j
GENUINE SELTZERS WATER! j
Alcohol in 1 and 4 gcJlaa demijohns, j
inegar in demijohos.
Corks, all sixes.
And Numerous other Articles !
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
TIME-TABLE OF THE ,
i On. Tib....
r r K 11
Cireait ! Hawaii
Circa II m Kaaai
lor Pasute Muoey. Ticketa at Ike Office
SlMftL U. WILbCU, '
tr No Credit
JuW a ttr
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
lsS K. C. WYLIE,
w. Tlir. rir A 1 If A M AlllV I'LI aKKU. HlUA
Captain II. HALTKRMAMX,
tut Frrijbt or Paxare apply to
U. II aCKI KLO A) CO., Areata."
United States, New Zealand and Australia
Mall Steamship Line.
For SA1V FRAjVCISCO !
The Stennmliip OIYnPiX Z
THIS DAT, AUG. 31.
Am Otker N'ew Zealaaal Parts, caaaeellac
at Aaeklaael vrlla Slewuaere far Syelaey,
STEAMSHIP ' N E V A DA ! 9
ON OR ABOUT SEPT. Slat.
XT Frrignl for the simmers will be received in steamers
warehouse Iree of storage.
Fur SAX FBAXCJSCO, on or about
Saturday... ...July 87th ; Saturday Oct. 19th
Saturday August Mth Saturday Nov. 10th
Saturday .Sept, 2lstjeaturd4y Dec. 14th
, Fur AUCKLAND, fc. on or about
Saturday July 27th!8alurday Oct 19th
Saturday August 2tth; Saturday Nov. loth
Saturday Sept. 21st J Saturday.. Dee. 14th
Passengers booked Uirough at reduced rates to points In tbe
Coiled States and to Liverpool, and also to ports in New
Zealand and Australia.
For Freight and Pasnage, and all farther information,
apo Apply to 11. HACKFELO A Co.. A grots.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER St COh AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of CaL Bone. Wool. Hides
aud other Merchandise to New Bedford, boston. New Votk nod
other Eastern Pons. gLT Cash Advances made.
rtt ly C. BREWER A CO.
REG v LA R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER i CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise receired STORAOK FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by thia
(k'illj) C. BREWER A CO.
Regular Packet for Koiia and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
tl Ia AM A,
Captain J. H. Uatfield,
Will ran regularly on the above mote, having excellent accom
modations lor passengers and freight.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
or to (mh23tf) TIB BETS A S0BKN30N.
- HOPU, Master. t. .
Will ran as a Regular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or Passage apply to
apo 3m WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Bib Beeilariy aetweeaThls Pdrtand Lahalnt,
LEA TIN a
IIsdoIbIi Satardajs and Lahalaa tJtrj Wedaesdajs.
ap4 3m n. HACKFELD A Co.. AgcnU.
Regular Packet for Hanalei, Kauai.
TOE CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will Sail a a llegular Packet as above.
For Freight or passage apply to
apo 3m WALKER A" ALLEN.
AGENTS FOR THE
LI LI V, ISABELLA ,
LIVE TANK EE,
KIN ALT. AND HOKCLELE.
Freight at fair prices and goods properly handled.
WILDER It CO.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
. .. , A NO
GENTLEJIEVS LUNCH ROOM !
R, ROBERT R VrROPT WOULD RES.
i'A. pectfully announce to the Fui'lic that he has
VOpened on Fort Street!
Oaawelte Williaaaw Farallare War.
t bouse an
ice Cream Saloon for Ladies !
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
F ot all aware.
HOT LUNCn DAI L V FROM IS TO 2,
Hoping to he a Me to meet the requirements of those who
may favor him with their patronage,
He Invites all to Give Him a CaLL
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the Government Yard.
Orders for U use or Ship Work promptly attended to.
To loo no-Opoxiod.
would most resectfully inform
his many friends, and those of Lis
former patrons, that he intends to
Re-Open in the Butchering Business !
at the Old Stand known as
Washington Market, Nuuanu St.
Where he will be pleased to see all those who may favor hint
with a call.
be open this Saturday Evening, Aur 31st, lor
(au312t) F. W. DCNNE.
WALKER & ALLEN
AVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE t
Golden Oate Extra Flour,
Orrgoa Avxtra Flour,
Pilot and Navy Bread,
Columbia River Ealuon,
50.000 Choice .Tlanila Cigars.
Cases He Murray's Oysters,
Cases Brinkley A Son's Oysters,
Cases Assorted Meats.
Cases Green Corn,
Cases Greta Peas,
Casks White Lead,
Casks White Zinc, r ' -Tins
Coses Devoe'a Brilliant Oil,
Cases Downer's sod Deroe's Oil,
Casks California Bams.
Bbls. Cranberries, Etc., lie
Whifh will be sold in quantities to o. anCf-lm
T na1 If
Ilairaiinti Kark It. V. Wylle
AND FOR S. LG AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE!
A LARUE AND FINE
II A V A IV
, ' f and Kanasta
Smoking Tobacco !
Small Lot of Very Fine Cigarettes,
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
. or. '.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO I
itlcerschaiun Pipes !
OioTLT Holders, &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
Csrsrr Qarra and Naaaaa Sis-
JT. EIOTT sS CO
HAVE ON HAND
t 4 3-8. 1-2, 3-4. 1 AND 3 IN
COPPER TUBING, in lengths from 8 to 1
Galvanized Corrugated RocGug,2GxS4 inches;
. Cases Tin Plate, all sues;
Shet Lead, Brass and Soft Solder,
Galvanized Sl Plain Sheet Iron, 16 to 26 gaugi
Sheet Copper, tinned and clean, all sizes;'
Lead Pipe. . . ,
Also, a. Few
At Old Prices.
Just Arrived per R. C. Wylie I
Barrels Sheet Zinc,
Cases Tin Block,
Block Tin, &c., &c.
Also, Expected per Ceylon !
FULL ASSORTMENT OF STOVES,
Rivets, tinned and black, 2 to 6 lbs.
EXTRA 3 PLY AMERICAN RUBBER HOSE!
Which they can warrant to be the best article made.
Plain and Hose Bibb Cocks, 1-2 to 1 12 in.
Sink and Bath Tub Plugs,
House Water Closets, ' :
Sprinklers, Hose Couplings & Nozels,
Patent Can Openera,
Tinned Tacks, Cast Iron Sinks,
Galvanized Elbows, T's, Union Couplings, &c.
Douglass Lift and Force Pumps !
Douglass Lift and Force Pumps, 0 to 6.
AU of ichlch tiiey
Sale at Reasonable
ST Steves Parchase d at this Estaalishmeit Set ap
Free of Charge.
JV Ilavinj a large stot-k of Copper Tubing.
Gqper Pipe, and other MaterUd in tlttir line, they
are prejxtretl to fdl Plantation awl other orders at
prices mtisfaclory to buyer aul seller , at
No. 9 KAAHUMANU STREET.
jyS Jt fT ABOV'K THE BANK.
LATEST AND BEST STYLE
And For Sale by
Castle -Sc Cooke.
LA DIES' IN IT I A L. PA l'ER t ENVELOPES
in boxes, at SO cents per box. Three Varieties W H I T K
KULKD.TISTKDRLLKD.aod WATKR LAID. All beautiful !
Patterns, which are the fashioa now 3old at New York Prices. 1
Toning forks, assorted numbers. I
Scholars' Uompaiuoo -cootaiDinr pencils, rubber, pens,
and all the oecessarv materials for writing,
GillotU Pens, No. 404, 170, 303. 3ol, and Swan Quill,
Washington Medallion Pens, the great favorite,
Clcrg's Graduated Scale Kulera,
Kastman't Penman's Atsiatsnt,
Laborers' Time Books monthly and weekly,
tfcrap Broke. Herbarium!.
Laree Official Seals, small ditto.
Mann's Copying Paper, in sheets,
White Official Kovelopes.
Oflhrtsl open-end Envelopes,
Pine White Envelopes Noo. 10, 9, 8. 7, 61, 6. 5 and 4,
Fine White Foreign Official Envelopes, square,
New Style fancy Colored Twioe,
Pbotographiata' Card Board, tinted colors.
Colored and Plain Card Boards, in variety.
Alphabet Letters, of various uses, for mskiog show cards,
store cards, ate., Ac.
The Darling Self-Supplying Foantaia Pea-taolder.
For Sale by
I-2T H. M. WHITSEV.
PatikKa or THE Mook lui TMR MoT or tUrTt'aBCS,
IS! lioaoLt u Mass Ting.
Se.L. id New Meoo M. 2 72 r
1 mh First Ai aarter , 3 ii i
loth Full Ma 4 3) rs
ith LostUnarter... Ill)
net or st d KgxTlse.
Se4. lt-$km Rises.. ...ft S a ; San lets 6 IS r-w
SIM ta Rises USt ; Sun eVts.-... a
14th Sun Rwes 461 M ; f uu tVt. iW ri
YJd Mun Rises hiii w, Huo hVta JWi f
Uifth Mun Ruses IU ; JSiu Hei. A 44 ra
lifr. D.aiKi. KeiTM.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7.
NOTES OF T1IK WEEK.
Y Covt-KRT thm Evkvixj. Tbe Roman C'a;h.li!
Choir eive their U-t Concert this evt-nine; at ib.
9'heatre, in aid of Lbe Ctiurcb Organ fuoJ. An ex
cellent programnre is presented.
Rjcp.tiEiXG. It having been fonod seceaarj to
repair the floor of Engine Uout No. 1, the engine
has been removed td the Bell Tower, oo Uardea
street, wlterc it will remain until the repairs art
W tsHixc CopH-xp. We beg to call attention to
tin advertisement in another column of aa article
that should ! of treat value to hotiaekeeper. sav-
msr not only labor, but wnat is or more importance
still saving clothes from untimely wearing out at
tbe nanus of washer-women.
Boat CAPsirxr orr Laxai. On Wednesday last;
a sail boat proceeding from Lahaina to Lanai with
eleven persons on board (all natives) was capsized
by a sea coming on board, and lost, A man and
woman were drowned, the remainder of the party,
among which there were small children, got ashore
cm LanaL .
,' The " R. C. Wttjk." This fine clipper Bremen
packet, nnder the command of Cupt. Haltermann,
arrived yesterday morning. In 118 days passage.
Since ber first voyage in lStiG, tbe Wylie has made
seven passages Iron Europe to Honolulu, averaging
a little over 1224 days each. As follows:
1S66.. 133 days pasnage. 1 IS TO ..145 days passago.
lo7 11S " - ;i7l 117
19oS H2- " ISM US" "
I86i 114 "
' The Last or the Smai.I-Pot. Yesterday three
patients were discharged convalescent from the
Hospital on the reef, they being the last of the small
pox cases. Since the first case announced on the
24th of May last, there have been 37 cases in the
Hospital, 11 of whom have died, and 2S been dis
charged as convalescent. The last case in tbe city
was discovered on July 30tb and was removed tbe
same day to the reef, where he died. The wife of
this man took tbe disease on tbe 12th of August,
d recovered. Hers was tbe last case.
Thrum's book-store window may be
seen a very handsome specimen of hemp made from
the Manilla banana, grown by Mr. Armstrong, at
Wailnku. Maui. Mr. A. has several acres of the
plant, growing finely at bis place. The specimen
exhibifKl was only six months old, andean hardly be
considered to have got its growth. It ia a question
whether it will pay to cultivate this hemp in these
islands. A single plant, it is said, produces but
from a half to three quarters of a pound of the fibre.
bich is got out Ly band a slow process. In
Manilla labor ia cheap and plenty, and the natives
bring the fibre to the purchasers, who bale it for
shipment. A dollar among the Tagaleeso is worth
as much as five among the llawauans.
Thk Wailtku Pibijc Hall. This fine building
at Wailuku, Maui, is rapidly approaching comple
tion, and will be ready for use by tbe Qrst oi Octo
ber. It is 34 feet wide by 57 feet in length, exclu
sive of the stage, and is two stories bigb. Tbo lower
story is 15 feet in the clear, the upper is 1 1 feet. A
nine foot veranda supported with pillars adorns the
front. The Lodge of Good Templars of Wailnku
are the originators of this enterprise, in which how
ever the inhabitants of all Maui are interested. By
advertisement in another column it will be seen that
a grand subscription ball is to take place at tbe
opening of the Hall, on the 2d of next month. If
good facilities are obtainable at fair rates, we doubt
not many of our citizens will avail themselves of
the opportunity to make the excursion to tbe de
lightful region of Wailuku.
We xotick with much pleasure the box plan for
the complimentary benefit of Mr. Geo. Pauncefoit
on Monday evening next, to be rapidly filling up ;
it certainly is a just tribute to a talented gentle
man, who has spared no pains during bis residence
in Honolulu, either ns a public exponent of char
acter or in the social relations of life, to render
himself worthy of distinction and regard. Tbe
programme offers a pleasing and happy variety,
and no doubt it ill be given with all those nice and
appropriate associations and surroundings which
have hitherto made the renditions at Buffum's
nail, of such marked character. The nicety which
distinguishes tbe costumes pleases the eye and
gratifies the sense, while the beauty and genius of
the author is delivered with artistic skill and
polished phrase. Mr. Pauncefort has on more than
one occasion given his gratuitous assistance, for
tbe advantage of some of our Hawaiian societies,
and tbe general feeling should be to present
matters couleur de rose to him, that he may ever
retain a lively aud pleasing impression of his visit
to tbe Hawaiian Kingdom.
The Boston Jubilee.
FROM OUH REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.
"Nrw York, July, 1872.
To the Editor of the Pacific CotnmercUd Advertiser :
In common with the rest of the world assembled
at Boston, your correspondent " dispersed " imme
diately on the termination of the jubilee which
happened on the 4th of July, amid smoke, noise, dust
and heat, and betook himself to the busy streets of
this city for a rest, and to see the sights with, the
other country people who all flock down here during
summer to well let's sec ! To get sun-struck, most
likely, for it really is the most popular sensation now.
Notwithstanding all good intentions, my Last letter
was spun out to a weary length, and only the first
day's concert disposed of after all. The rest must
be more summarily treated ; and besides, a descrip
tion of one day is to some extent an account of every
day. Tuesday, June 18th. was
THE ENGLISH DAT,
So called because the chief feature of the day was to
be the performance of tbe English Grenadier Band,
beside the singing of " God Save the Queen " by
the 20,000 chorns and tbe solo by Madame Kuders
dorff. Again was thera great disappointment at the
small sized audience. Hardly any of the balcony
seats were occupied, and the lower seats were by no
means full. The chorus continued crowded, every
body bad a (aa aod w -s using it vigorously. Interest
and expectation were on tiptoe, for all believed in an
improvement over the doings of the first day.
Promptly at 3 o'clock, Gil more advanced down the
centre aisle towards the conductor's stand, making
as much display of immaculate shirt bosom as ever,
and beaming and smilioz as a basket of chip", bow
ing to the right and left in answer to the thunderous
applause. A wave of tbe baton, and like magic the
vast crowd stood; another wave, and slowly at first,
swelling into a burst of sound, the day was opened
by the singing of Bach's Choral " Now May the
Will of God be Done," pretty well rendered on the
whole, but not ap to tbe expectation of the audience.
Several pieces, both vocal and instrumental followed,
bat the first of the day. aside from tbe band, was tbe
singing of Madame Peschka Leatner. Now dear
readers, don't be barbarians as these wicked New
Yorkers are, and call her "Pesky Lightning!"
She was to sing a "Grand Aria" from Mozart's
"Magic Flute," but for some reason it was not
given. An Aria e varie, by Proch, being substituted.
Her singing was simply marvelous, being both pow
erful and sweet, and capable of sustaining with ease,
notes that are far above the ordinary range of good
singers. Every corner of the vast building was
filled with the dulcet strains, and at tbe close she was
greeted with terrific applause, long continued and
renewed, till she returned to the stage and repeated
several strains. The finale to the third act of Krnani
was well rendered by the Bouquet of Artists with tbe
great chorus. At the close of the recess, all eyes
were turned towards the chorus entrance, whence
the band of the Grenadier Guards were to issue, and
soun they appeared, presenting a magnificent appear
ance. The enthusiasm of the applause greeting
them beggars description, it was simply tremendous.
Their appearance however was no finer than their
performance. At a signal from the leader, Mr.
l)an Godfrey, their heavy tall caps were removed,
and then followed such music as even a Boston
audience has rarely heard, utterly obscuring and
belittling the brassy performances of the United
States Marine Band of the first day. A variety of
popular English music was given, besides several
very difficult pieces, perfectly rendered. It seemed
as though the audience were utterly insatiable, call
ing for piece after piece. But finally they struck
into "God Save the Queen." Madame Rudersdorff
appeared, and the chorus prepared to do their part,
but from the first it was evident that the Americans
did not know how to sing the music The first solo
was splendidly rendered, then Gilmore and the organ
fell out, then the tenors struck in out of turn, tv -
the sopranos failed to appear all the while the
organ bellowing like & bull of Bashan. Certain
failure appeared, and it came with a crash of sound,
everybody stopped singing. Excitement was fearful;
it seemed as if the very finger tips thrilled with disap
pointment an I vexation. P.ul very cxlly. Jifrey
pave the signal, and the band wrot through the
piece perfectly, in aoaie degree alUying the excile
utent; thru they strati up the "Sur Spangled
Ho tsrr," giving it as it never was given before iu
tou. ; Yes, and I my say. in the Ut rvantry.
No word can convey an idea of the Borne whMi
followed. At firt all were struck silent wuh sur
prise. It fresuaed impossible Uiat lien we hvi s
utterly spoiled tbe EneltsU U, tht'7 could have
. the good grace and tnagaajiiiuity to reiiiT so grandly
I aauooat air. ' i be rausiw ir a R w stwaKis was
j lot and drowned Ly the tnamlttstxis rars of delight
i and applaud, nouieu cried &luu I with intensity Of
. emotion, and men were red-fare 1 and tearful from
I sboatinr aad unwiag ail svrts of wild word. Bu
' the QKwt bewikiering scene, was the waving of the
' thousands upon tbouitaawa of white bandaerchiel.
; U was a wouderful sight. The floor, and particularly
! the chorus seats. Aeard rocking and rellinr frooi
the vast quantity of waving white. After rendering
: Ihe "Star Spaos-'.ed IUnuer," tbe tand retired
! but were detained and obstructed by the excitement
i Thev were a wonder struck aod bewildered set of
j men when they were finally safe and evpaxate ia the
band rooms 116 w." Then fallowed a fcne fitastrative
of an American trait of character, but decidedly
. tiuzhable. The ladies of the chorus flocked about
i the leading members of the hand, especially the
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j leader, in ranas tU or twenty urp, uoioing wp wwu
: and neuoil. beiririti? fr aTutoitraphs. which were
! laughingly giveu at firjt, bat with dismay finally, at
Lne evident latuseneuy tl. tnc oo. opening uetore
them, alie day was very Jong, owing to tne pro-
lonced fanitie efnhe band and' abwnl -half of -tbe
e Soros and audience cleared out before) "tha efoaiag
piece, which wai the " Missionary njron poorly
sung. - -:,
THE GERM AX BAT.
Wednesday's concert was named as above, and aa
fctr as the numbers of the audif iice was concerned.
was the moat successful yet ; but tbe music was not
aa well rendered as on the two preceding days 1
aiean the vocal music, for that ot the band was ex
quisite. Tbe opening Lynin was the well known,
grand choral ( Luther's Hymn). A Strong Castle is
Our Lord," well rendered by the chorus of 30,000.
Then followed an overture from Tannhauaer, which
was the finest yet of tbe orchestral music, being
rendered with much expression. Tbe music of the
chorus gradually deteriorated ia tone and quality,
lacking force and precision, jet producing at times
a grnud volume of sou&d. Madame Leutner again
aroused a storm of enthusiasm, singing if possible
even finer than the tirst time, an Aria e varie, by
Procb. Strauss again covered himself with glory,
pleasing all by his vivacity and life, yet causing a
smile on tbe faces of the grave Bostoniana by the
manner in which he sawed at bis little violin now
aod then, tbe meanwhile beating time with one foot
and wheeling round ia a circle now face to the
audience, now back. But as yesterday, the feature
of tbe day was tho appearance of the band, on the
programmes, entitled " Band of Kaiser Fran. Gren
adier Regiment ; by special permission of Emperor
William I. of Germany." Their appearance was
greeted with tbe same 'tremendous applause which
tbe day before greeted the English band, yet hav
ing a certain indefinable difference. , At a company
of men they presented the flues t appearanee of any
of the bands, tbe leader, Herr Heinrich Ewro, being
a tall powerful fellow, over-topping almost every
body in the building, or in fact almost anywhere. In
regard to uniform, they were net as showy as the
English band. The first piece given was a "Fanta
sia on Themes," front Meyerbeer's "Le Prophete."
To institute comparisons with the English band
would seem ungracious and liable to misconstruc
tion; yet it u safe to say- that there was a certain
lightness and softness possessed by the latter which
the German band did not have, but for spirit, fire
and precision tbej were unsurpassed, and were
highly applauded. Then followed the overture to
Weber's "Oberon:" a scene from Meyerbeer's
"L'Africaine ;" the Keller's "German Union Uymn"
was rendered by all tbe music combined, enthusi
astically encored and responded to by tbo band
with "lliili Columbia," "Yankee Doodle." and
finally "Die Wacht an Hbein.' Franz Abt con
ducted the great chorus through his own, "when
the Swallows Homeward Fly," but his style 6f con
ducting was so very different from tbe popular man
ner or ainzini; mo pieco tnat it was almost a failure.
The music of the Emperor William's "Cornet Quar
tette" was very beautiful and artistic, but hardly
appreciated by tbe audience, aaidw from the fact
that the building was too immense to admit ot hear
ing all of the finer passages. - The Anvil Chorus was
shouted, hammered and banged through without
creating much excitement, the most patent result
being that a horse outnide was so startled by . the
unearthly, and certainly not heavenly, sounds, that
he took to his heels and smashed up tha hack be
hind him. And thus ended the German Day.
THE FRENCH PAT
Was the most successful on many accounts of all; the
jubilee series, and never to be forgotton by any one
present. It seems as if no language could describe
the various wonders and tne marvelous passages.
First the audience was the largest and perhaps most
appreciative -so far. At any rate, tbe most demon
strative. Probably no single scene equaled the won
derful sight displayed, when the English Band on
Tuesday rendered the " Star Spangled Banner,"
after the failure in singing " God save tbe Queen."
But the whole of (Ait day was excitement and fever
ish expectation and applause. The singing of the
chorus on the who'e was the best yet, though bad at
times, and tbe band was nnequaled. Tbe "Gloria"
from Mozart's " 12th Mass," was fine, and its in
spiring d trains prepared the audience for anything.
Madame Rudersdorff recovered ber seemingly ob-
senred laurels in a solo, where she was accompanied
by tbe great cornet player, Arbuckle. . In "1001
Nights," Strauss simply added to an already bright
record; the chorus did itself honor in giving "The
Heavens are Telling " from the Creation." Part
second was opened with a performance by the French
Band, known as tbe " liand of the Uarde Uepubll-
caine" of Paris. Though in a plain uniform, and
not as fine looking a set of men as either tbe English
or German Bands, yet their lively appearance and
brisk martial air as tbey entered, attracted general
attention and immense applause, subsiding for an
instant, while probably, like an electrn shock, tbe
thought ran through tbe whole assembly tnat here
was the actual representative of the crashed and
almost ruined nation, once the proudest in Europe
then swelling to such a burst and wildness as never
before erected tbe ear of mortal. A nandxercnief
waved, then a hundred, then ten thousand; people
jumped to their feet upon the scats - then shout
after shout rent tbe air, making tbe bonding tremble
and rock as if in a gale. Everybody seemed ia a
frenzy of uncontrollable delight ; tha band seemed over
powered and bewildered, but gradually the excite
ment quieted down, and soon it became evident that
the applause had not been for nothing. Silence such
ns hal not been known from the first day, reigned
throughout the whole building, as the splendid
strains of the " overture " to "William Jell,"
floated through the air. Such a finish, such delicacy
in tone, precision, power and perfection, had not
been dreamed of. Neither the finest flute notes of
tbe English Band, nor the heavy martini roll of the
Germans, equaled this. The "overture " is one exceed
ingly difficult of production by a band, it seeming to
need the greater power of expression of an orchestra,
and so very many regarded with apprehension tbe
choice of this as an introductory piece. But notbiog
better could have been taken, as tbe result hat
proved, for the band rendered the piece perfectly,
and so ciptured at once the first place in public
esteem. No passage required each softness ana
delicacy in touch and tone but that it was perfectly
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given, and men as an woui't seem enirsnceu witn tne
dulcet sounds, a sudden - burst would startle aod
vivify. Nothing but praise can be given of tbe
whole performance and all of tbe scries given by
,Kam ' Tim .T iMoTITaiao ' wa woll mnir and rp
them.' Tbe " Marseillaise " was well sung and re
peated, and then the enthusiasm was so great that
several minutes elapsed before the programme could
be resumed. The " Soldier's Chorus" from Faust
wa perhaps the better rendered of any of the re
maining pieces, and night settled down upon thou
sands of weary, well nib worn out singers and
THE AUSTRIAN' DAT.
Friday was not distinguished by any marked
event, but in general the concert was successful
and the music pleasing, hlrauss was greeted with
more than ordinary applause. Madame Leutner
again tiled all witn pleasure and surprise with
her magnificent voice and perfect culture. Mr.
Aibuckle finely rendered a cornet solo, the 47th
Air e varie," De Beroit. for which be received a
due meed ot applause. The English band appeared
the second time, giving a faultless rendering of
tbe " overture " to " be mir amide " and several
other pieces, on the whole, surpassing Tuesday's
music. ''God Save tbe Queen" was sung success
fully to-day, and the " Star Spangled Banner " again
played. A bappy thought tbe execution of wbicb
caused much applause was the giving of "Auld
Lang Syne" by the orchestra, as the band passed
out. Perhaps the most interesting feature of tbe
day, though not a part of the concert, was the
nress reception in tbe evening, at Mallet. Davis
3b Co.'s piano rooms, of the principal artists in
music It was not perfect, as neither Madame
Leutner nor Strauss were there, but Beudel gave
some fine examples of his ability and power- in
piano music, and Madame. Rudersdorff charmed
and amused all by some light music and ber gay
manners, i ne cornet uuartette, field tbe attention
of all while rendering "Night," a very beautiful
selection, then several American singers aided in
making a pleasant evening with songs and per
formances, a little chap from Brooklyn, not more
than seven or eight years old, showed genius in
music, playing very creditably upon the violin.
As usual when newsps per men and reporters get
together, everything vraa eay and pleasant, - Your
correspondent met there the correspondent of the
y.-r?'r, who appeared lo lie? enioyins; the? M-r!irin.
Kiicr, and getting tip a Ur"KAi JtlU-r. Kul nil
early breaking up wiil all Lotus to Led, or vIm j
THs! Hl4U BUT,
So called, d.MibiirM la roaiptj.aerrv t thl gref
iMiioii, and in urd'-r that IIm leeiiiitir nations 4
Kdrrtf, wdgst all bare m rlay. wae dialriiguiwliwd
by no par.ic.tlar ilasaJan feature, tbe real fmture
ol Uij duj Iwdne. the appearance of a clorua of ne
hundred nod Lite colored singer. Including (be
"j'tbilee rimera of Naidivlile. iVauereee. who
have mtde qiite sensation throughout tbe coun
try ilarlng the past apt lag.. Aud to thewi ws as
signed lb taxk . rvntbining all I be .oiU
noises of tbe joUle eiaepi U asvll. the r bur us
being joined in ty tbe operatic chorus," (irand
chorus vrrheatra. all the bands anj the organ mud
cannn. The wuakv which was.eapecled to rtuiUt
and harmoiiikv all of the sreiuing dlscoidant
element was to tbw w U known taao of Job
Urown," and the words -Mine i-yea Lave seen
the glory of Ihe coming of the lird." Thr singers
filled the building flurly and pcajaced some gen
uine uiiimo, but save us Iroui auy tuorvseucb chorus I
of all the Hurrah boys! ding dmg l bang I bang!
mitc we ever heard this excelled and overpow
ered. It was a regular aecoud edition of Babel; ia
fact many glanced aneasiiv upward taif expecting
that the whole thing was coining doWn. The
'.LMrfww ' Aa hravdy readrvett aaf mf wcb
applauded. In fact the) beat seemed to have oper
ated in keeping peopb quieter, if nothing rise.
Saturday night canvo aad lbs tired Ibotiaunds weal
borne many not to return, and some of the choral
societies refusing to return on tb following week,
notwithstanding the alluring programmes arranged
for the week, On Sunday tbera.waa a "grand
sacred coo cert," bat the name faired to attract a
full bouse, either of singers or audience., aod is
and about Lb Coliseum things 'wont a very qalet
Sabbath day appeai-asce. It.ij bard U llf under
what conscience quieting excuse Gilmore called
this a "aacrwd tianoert," aaletuv ht was laboring
under the impression that most all rood amnio has
a certain sacredneas. Well, bw that at it May, Boa
tou was not to bo deludod. anyhow, so the people
would not turn ont, and if Gilmore i-rer tad any
sacred feeling, they probably all left blni, aa Le
gazed upon tbe receipts for the day. " Bnt as for
the music it was pretty good, particularly the
instrumental, but the negro singeit again crested
a marked snsatioa, singing aoais of the genuine
negro melodies ot the fcouln, sued as ulura slack
Pharaoh t Amy." Living Son, Sweet Chariat,"
and similar old sounding collections of words,
but having a wildness somewhat startliug,' yet to
which one would Urn again with curiosity. . -
Was Oratorio Day. Th Handel and HaJvn Poctetf
of Boston and three out of town societies) Juraiing'
the chorus. Lang was organist, and Zerrahn the
leader. The oratorio was that of " Israel in Eirvni. "
Tha solo singers were Madams RaclsraloruV Mrs,
Harry, tb inch brothers and Kudo! nh sen. The
moet thst can be said retarding th performance is,
that tbers was a certain Jteavlness and lack of lint
running through the whole whloh took away from
the interest with which an audience regarded it sod
listened. Tuesday, some words were sung by Madasnw
Kuaersdorn, composed oy nerseir to the sir or" Hail
Columbia," entitled " Homage to Colasabiai" and lbs
t renon lian I rendered very finely the " Overture to
Zampa." Bat the real Interest of the day Wat lbs
fact that President Grant was in tbo Coliseum, a
knowledge that be would be tbers attracted Lhou-
sands, and so for onos tbe immense building was
crowded as full as it coald hold, tbers not bving eves
standing room; probably in both chorus aod audience.
tners were OU.uuu people, tha beat was fearful, aod
tbe crush ancomfortabls, over ions kondred and
twenty ladies fainted, and the polios and firemen
always on duty, bad their bauds full, and rather
more than they ooald do well; but everything paased
off very well. Where Grant sat was tbe centre of
interest, and every time anybody moved or stood op
tnera people stared la tus most sp proved American
fashion, but the applause which greeted Grant's ap
pearance and exit, was" not very enthusiastic, either
because of ths beat or from the fact that mM every-
body : considers bun a sotting star, anJ not a vory '
brilliant one either. Greeley Is the man who fills ths
popular eye just now. The fact was that people wars
beginning to Weary of tbe jubilee and extraordinary
efforts were making to draw a crowd. eprioes wore
rcduoed from ths exborbltant original fo lo f 3, and
afterwards to less, without a seat reserved, as tht
week advanced the chorus had less and Isrs to do
with the singing or concerts, for they were getting
badly demoralized, and very many who appeared ia
the singer's seats had no business there. The foreign
bands and star singers and performers took more and
more and indeed; were what ths audiences cared to
bear. It was Incoming svldsnt day by day that the
jubilee was not going to make a financial sucoess and
of it otherwise, it is nard to pass any Judgment. A
new feature daring the last days of the Jubilee was
tbe series or evening concerts by tbe various sands, -which
were verv attractive, draw In a considerable
crowds, and having a certain freedom that was
charming, all going or coming, here and there, as
suited themselves.- On Friday the Band of the VUt
Regiment of New Fork appeared aod gave some good
music, well received, bat not comparing with the
high character of the ttiusio performed by ths various
European bands. Saturday was called
Till 0ILM0RE OAT,
From the fact that such an announcement was ex
pec ted to draw a crowd, 'and tors enough, tbe crowd
was there, squeezing and treading on eth other's
toes in a manner too barrow Log to contemplate or :
imagine without pains in the pedal extremities, so
I'll refrain from recording bow we little folks were
flattened and pressed in a manner superior to the
expected execution of the future Honolulu Boiling
Mills, or bow tbe perspiration flowed and fhe atmos
phere became damp by degrees and warranted to
give fever and ague at short notice. Bat seriously,
the crowd was tbe chief feature of Saturday's enter
tainment, unless I except the lemonade and lager
beer stands. As it was Gil more s day, ths Anvil
Chorus bad to be pounded out, causing a great waste
of powder and an necessary alarm among horses out
side, and women inside of. tbe b-iilling. It le
sad to reflect that there are such dolts ia this world
as displayed themselves on Saturday, but there are
some of that crowd with the theimomcter at 08 In
tho shade and gone np ont of sight in the building,:
determined to "have their money's worth.' so
encored furiously here and there utterly indifferent
as to tbe quality of music, and so ths audience bad
to endure seven repetitions ! " It was fearful, but so
far, no deaths in consequence have been reported. It
seemed as if the sun was determined to break np the
jubilee, if nothing else could, so it waxed hotter aad
hotter, every day was worse than the preceding, and
Sunday, June 80th, was the most terrible day, it wss
my fortune ever to live through the thermometer
averaged 100" all day, and many sunstrokes and'
deatha were the result. But the jubilee is being
forgotten. The audiences of the second week aver-
aged much better than those of the first week, in
number certainly, perhaps not in quality. Monday,
July 1st, a good programme was presented. As the
Irish band bad arrived, it was named
TUE IRISH DAT. , -
All of tbe foreign bands performed, however, tbe
Irish being given tbe prominent pesiiion. Of
course they were noisily applauded, and confusion
was the result, but on the whole tbey did well, ren
dering very fairly aud evenly "Crown Diamonds,"
but their music did not equal that ol any of tbe
other foreign bands. The building was not crowded,
only a moderate audience being present. Tuesday
was called the
; i ! ' ITAUAX DAT, j J
With as much evident reason as the flrtt Saturday
was called the Kussian Day. Madam Leu tner ren
dered very finely an "Aria from Martha." Strauss
conducted In a lively way bis own e banning con
cert waltz. 44 Wine, V omen and Song." Wednesday
was called tbu - ' ' .i.
" OKEKLET DAT,"
Because of tbe presence of Hon. II. G. himself j "anl
any body who says be was not Lbere, is a 'and
a ," so say the papers, and it must be so then.
Every now and then the music was interrupted by
some one calling out "Three cheers for Greeley 1"
which were generally given; bat tbe call for cheers)
lor -Oar next PreJdent." was not so losdly r
upended tq, few liking to stake their chances on
Greeley yet. The Fourth of July was tbe cloning
day, and it may almost be said that the JnbUee
fizzled out then, for tbe whole performance, or
rather tbe series, for there were four, bad a decid'
edly straggling character. Of course tbe bands,
give good music, but the chorus did nothing at all ;
tbe audience wandered in and out atwill, every,
thing bad a bot and sleepy look, and not mush,
money was taken in during the whole day. About
two iu tbe afternoon storm clouds arose ia tbe-wesV,
and suddenly a furious wind wss whistling .aa 41
roaring about and through tbe bnilding, aad 'vast
clouds of dust arose and over-whelmed everything.
Always excitable in such a place, th audience be
came nervous, and some dastardly wretch called
"Jire!" It was the only thing e4-t2d. and with a
bound tbe audience of several thousands rushed to
wards the door. A scene of trouble and death
seemed certain, but it so happened that tbe English
band was at tbe moment rendering a waltz, and the
leader looking round in eurprbw at tbe confusion
divined at once tbe cause, and i with splendid ooolt
ness led off his men in tbe stirring strains of w$tar
Spangled Banner." Tbe rushitig.crowd, surprised
and bewildered, stopped and lopped round ; then
huving bad the moment for reflection, turned back
to their seats, ashamed. It was Ids scene, and
Godfrey showed genuine pluck worthy of a high,
And so was ended tbe great "World's Pvtoa,
Jubilee." Iu lessona wilt, be felt InTtt future.
Financially, a failure. ti, U