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THE DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY: HONOLULU, H, L, MONDAY, StiPftEMBER 14, IjW.
try from Canada." The gentleman
named is a brother of Air. R. II.
Buchanan, of this city, anil the
bank is one of the largest in North
The Board of Immigration is now
ollleially designated n "Bureau"
probably on account of (salary.)
drawers added to that piece of fur
niture. A handome young lady is leading
a class of Chinamen up the thorny
path of English education at the
Bethel. Our single reporter says
Ihero are advantages in being a
Chinaman, after all.
To-morrow the steamer .lames
Mnkco will take to Kcaliu plantation,
Kauai, a seven ton pump said to be
"the largest on ttic Islands. At Koa
lia the steamer will take on board a
double effect for Kahului. The
Kcalia mill has disposed of its ma
chinery in order to replace it with
some of greater power.
His Ex. Mr. Gulick announces
the commissioning of a Board of
Inspectors of Immigrants, as fol
lows: Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector-General
; Mr. G. A. Nacayama,
Inspector of Japanese Immigrants ;
Mr. J. Ito, Interpreter and Sub
Inspector of Japanese Immigrants
for Maui ; Mr. S. Kimora, the same
Yesterday a young horse ran off
with a young wahino, whoso mother
had warned her not to ride it, and,
dashing up the Palama road, would
have gone to the jumping-off place
had not the apparition of a clothes
John in the middle of the road,
waving his white basket covering,
made it right about wheel, throwing
the girl off but not hurting her.
Mns. Wallace's Academic School
for girls will re-open upon Sept. 14.
This school affords the best advan
tages for a thorough education and
has an extended course of instruc
tion. Pupils arc prepared for Col
leges in the States if desired. A
few boarding pupils can be received.
Mrs. "Wallace refers to many promi
nent citizens who have had pupils in
the school. Pupils arc received
from ten years to any age.
Tun Bulletin typos have fixed up
a row of bottles on the back fence,
and toned them up to various notes
with differing depths of water. Thej'
practise on this piano-forte-d'eau
with a stick a la Shitlito, and evoke
therefrom very tolerable melodies.
At all events, if the boys never get
worse music from bottles they will
come out better than many of their
fellowcraftsmen. Where did they
get the bottles? Well, that is a
rather silly question, since Honolulu
is built upon bottles.
The circus was bill poorly attended
last night, and although Captain Blyth's
offer was a generous one, the natives
did not patronize the show, and the
Church Fund will get little or O. Press.
You mean little or 0, O,
And not what you have got, O.
The horses pranced around O,
The doggies danced a round O,
Within the canvas bower O,
For Kaumakapili's tower O ;
But tickets few were bought 0,
So little coin or naught O
Goes to the church's treasure 0,
For all the people's pleasure 0.
Saturday, Sept. 5th.
St. Alban's College (Principal
Atkinson) opens on Monday.
Cait. Davis of the Lchua reports
very rough weather at Hana and
A tril'lk effect is being put in at
Spreckelsvillc, Maui. The mill be
gins grinding in December.
Officers Reynolds and Tell this
forenoon captured a Chinaman smok
ing opium at the joss house, Smith's
Mn. Paul Petrovits, the artist,
who is going away by the Zealandia,
hits been appointed Artist to His
Hawaiian Majesty's Household.
Cait. King of the Kinau reports
very rouch weather all alone tho
Hamakua coast. At Paaulmu Mrs.
Brickwood was taken on board with
Mr. M. D. Monsarrat returned
from Molokai this morning and re
ported the island looking very green,
tho weather fair, and everybody
enjoying good health.
Tub Veterinary Board will exer
cise great vigilance in the inspection
of stock from the Coast, owing to
tho prevalence of glanders in cer
tain California districts.
Just two years ago to-night the
famous "Krakatoa" sunset glow
made its first appearance in tho Ha
waiian skies, That was two months
before the phenomenon was seen in
America or KurOpo.
A very important offer is made
to capitalists and agriculturists, in
the advertising of tho Princeville
Plantation for lease by Mr. P. C.
Jones, Secretary of the Company,
in to-day's issue.
Mr. J. Wilcock, engineer at Ila
makua, having sustained a rupture
and being too weak to ride to a shel
tered port, was taken on board the
Kinau through a high sea and heavy
Winds, and brought to Honolulu.
Major Dane was one of tho pas
sengers by tho Kinau this morning.
JMr. Dnno has been to Kilauea and
Halcakala. Beautiful clear weather
was experienced around tho crater
of Halcakala Tuesday and Wednes
day, affording two very good days
for tho operations of the Govern
ment survey party.
Heavy rains fell yesterday on the
mountains in Maui. The streams
were all full, and supplied copious
inigation for Messrs. Ilorncrs' cane.
The present style of cane culture in
Lnhaina is immensely superior to
anything of the kind ever seen there
before. The Messrs. Horner are
evidently excellent farmers.
Tin: Firemen's Benefit by Fryer's
Circus last night was a great stu
cess. An overflowing tent stimu
lated the performers, and the pres
ence of the king distinguished tho
occasion. Very profuse illumina
tions with colored lanterns were pro
vided by the members of the
Department. About 8200 were
realized for the firemen's sick fund.
There is a miniature skating rink
at Wailuku, Maui, which is well
patronized. On tho opening night
they took in 890, but where the peo
ple were stowed is the question.
They use the Excelsior skate exclu
sively. Prof. T. E. Wall; of the
Yoseraile Skating Kink, graced the
Wailuku rink with his presence yes
terday, and his skating was greatly
admired by the ladies.
Those live thoroughbred colts that
came by the Clans Sprcckels a few
days ago for Z. S. Spaulding at
Kcalia, Kauai, were shipped by the
steamer Jas. Makeo this aftcnioon.
They were very wild and one of
them kicked the second mate on the
leg with telling force. They were
ultimately backed into the baj' to be
slung and hoisted on board the
Mu. A. H. Kenyon, who arrived
by the Zealandia and returns by the
same vessel, carries away with him
a wealth of Oahu scenery in his
portfolio. His sketches, done in
water colors, are very well executed,
and doubtless many of them will
adorn the illustrated press of Mel
bourne. Mr. Kcnvon has. it is
pleasing to kuow, formed high opin
ions of the country and its possibi
lities. His return, it is to be regret
ted, is hastened by news of the
illness of Mrs. Kenyon.
Mr. J. M. Daigle, machinist, died
at his house last evening, after an
illness from blood poisoning of nine
or ten days. lie will be buried by
the Knights of Pythias, the funeral
taking place at four o'clock this
afternoon. Mr. Williams has fur
nished a handsome casket to the
order of the Knights. Mr. Daigle
was a French-Canadian, several
years -resident here, and probably
somewhat over middle age. He
leaves a young Portuguese wife,
whom he married about six months
ago, and, it is said, owned a good
deal of real property in and about
A white nurse-maid employed by
Mr. W. S. Luce attempted suicide
at the lattcr's house, Waialae, be
yond Diamond Head, yesterday. She
took a heavy draught of laudanum,
but Mrs. Luce observed the act and
took such prompt measures as saved
the girl's life. Dr. Henri McGrew
was called, and administered emetics
and restoratives, bringing the pa
tient round. It appears she was
afflicted with a hallucination that
she was going to lose her situation
and lie turned helplessly adrift.
There was no intention on the part
of her employers to dispense with
Tin: Likelike party were in high
spirits when they left Honolulu
Thursday evening, but were some
what subdued before reaching Kahu
lui. The fun began when F. Oat
ran to the vessel's side with ' New
York green corn " ; then II. Gunn
"New York strum-beans," fol
lowed by Mr. Laine " New York
potatoes." Bunting and flags were
flying at Kahului when the steamer
arrived there. The party rode in
the train to Wailuku, then ten miles
through the cano at Spreckelsvillo
and visited the mills. Everyone was
pleased with tho trip, particularly
Dr. Robt. McKibbin. The steamer
made the distance from Kahului to
Kaunakakai, about 43 miles, in three
hours and ten minutes, .with 80
pounds of steam. Eighty-two revo
lutions were made by tho propeller
with tho samo pressure.
Monday, Sept. 7th.
Sugar has risen 1G cts. per 1001b.
It blowcd great guns on Saturday
Rice has fallen an eighth of a cent,
but a partial failure of the China
crop augurs a rise.
The Anahola bridge on Kauai is
finished, and tho Government ferry
over the Wailua river is running.
Rev. Geo. Wallace, Major II. C.
Dane and Mr. S. D. Fuller are off
on an equestrian tour round the
Au. the flags" of the bark F. S,
Thompson and the schooner Rosario,
as well as the flag at tho U. S. Con
sular Agency, at Kahului, were fly
ing on Friday in honor of Mr. Allen,
tho.IIawaiian Consul at New York,
Hon. S. G. Wilder and other re
nowned citizens of Honolulu.
Mr. AValter Hill, superintendent
of the Reformatory School, has gone
to Koolau for a week's vacation, tho
first in nine years.
The contract for furnishing sup
plies to tho Oahu prison for the
ensuing year has been awarded to
Mr. E. 0. Fislibournc.
Rain spoiled the match between
the Honolulu and Married Men's
baseball club9 on Saturday before
the issue was decided.
A Celestial squabble occurred in
a Chinese tea saloun on Hotel street
Saturday night, when kitchen uten
sils filled the nir, and spectators be
Officer Fchlbchr to-day arrested
a Chinaman for keeping a restaurant
on Hotel street without a license.
The original licensee is away, and
the man in charge showed a license
that bears a discrepancy between
the stamp-cancelling date and the
one at the foot of the document.
Evidently therejs something wrong.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
for September is out. It contains
two spirited editorials in reply to
the recent attack of the Friend upon
Anglican ways. A letter from Rev.
A. Mackintosh gives an account of
the tempestuous trip of the Zealan
dia, and will be followed in succeed
ing numbers by further notes of
travel. The news and other depart
ments are full and interesting.
Mr. William Williams' sloop
Pokii was launched Saturda' p.m.
About noon the commodore ran up
to Ryan's boat shop and said,
" Let's launch the Pokii before
those reporters come around." He
worked like a beaver himself, and
when the vessel was in the water he
said, "Now let the reporters come
and be hanged." If th'c pencil
pushers had come on the scene and
been taken on the trial trip, it is not
hanging but drowning that would
have been their peril. The sloop
got in the breakers and for a time
stood on her beam ends and every
other end in turn. She escaped
from the serrated coral jaws once
and got into them again, and it is
remarkable that the gay craft even
tually got clear of total disaster.
The Pokii sits well in the water, and
no doubt will be a terror in the noxt
A moulder named Swatz became
drunk at tho Keystone Saloon Satur
day night and played the mischief.
There were about 25 people in the
saloon when Swatz took a kanaka
by the coat collar and swept the
saloon' floor with him. Jim Welsh
interfered and got a hard blow on
his left eye, and was thrown down.
AVelsh ran out for the police, Swatz
followed, pegging away at his vic
tim. A policeman came and took
Swatz in charge, but had not moved
many yards when the policeman got
a stunning blow on the head from
the drunken man, who then bolted
for uptown, followed by tho guar
dian of the peace. Swatz was again
caught and was being taken into
custody when some well-known boys
rescued him from the policeman and
took him home. The intoxicated
fellow was not satisfied witli the
night, so he jumped his yard fence
and marched down to tho Keystone
with blood in his eye. He yelled to
Jim Welsh, " Come out from behind
that bar or I'll kill you." At the
same time he put his hand in his hip
pocket as though to draw a pistol.
Cries of murder and police brought
assistance and he was taken out of
the saloon. He got into another
fight, which ended in his arrest, and
this morning he was fined 85 and
Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
Mr. Jas. Dodd was driving a new
bus about town this morning.
The senior crew of the Honolulu
Y. & B. C. have begun training for
the 10th of November.
The 82,000 left by Mrs. Bishop
to Iolani College has been invested
for the endowment of scholarships in
Kaiakui, one of the sailors on the
steamer C. R. Bishop, was drowned
on Friday at Hamakua, by the cap
sizing of tho ship's boat.
Otis Wilder, son of Mr. J. K.
Wilder, is going to tako charge of
one of tho locomotives on the Kahu
lui and Wailuku Railway.
Deputy Marshal Dayton will sell
on Saturday, under execution, tho
seven-ton sloop Sarah, belonging to
Peter Larkin. The sale is to satisfy
a judgment of S173.52, in favor of
E. R. Ryan.
A large number of invitations
have been issued to tho wedding of
Miss Frances M. Lack and Charles
II. Nicoll, Thursday evening, Sep
tember 10th, at 7:30 o'clock, at
Fort street Church. Reception at
8:30 o'clock at tho residence of the
bride's mother, 53 Emma street.
AVilliams, Dimond & Co.'s cir
cular announces an improvement in
both the New York and European
sugar markets. On the 25th Aug.
an advance from 15s, 3d. to 15s. Ud.
was noted in beet sugar in London.
The New York market immediately
showed a marked improvement. Tho
details of foreign markets give pro
Ht3 Majesty the King entertained
the following company to breakfast
this morning: II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalaui, His Ex. J. O. Domiuis,
Mr. E. II. Allen, H. M.'s Consul
Gcneral at New York ; Colonel and
Mrs. W. F. Allen, Captain and Mrs.
Ayrcs, Miss McAllister and Miss
M. McAllister, Colonel and Mrs. C.
At the meeting of the Fire Board
last evening, a settlement of ac
counts of tho circus benefit showed
a handsome balance of $300.50 for
tho sick fund. Votes of thanks
were passed to the king, the public,
the circus and Second-Engineer
Asch. First Assistant-Engineer M.
D. Monsarrat, who presided, took
that, the first oppoi Utility since the
election, of thanking the department
for the honor conferred upon him.
Small-pox has been proclaimed
epidemic in Montreal. One of its
victims is Sir Francis Hineks, at the
age of 78 years. He was one of
Canada's leading statesmen, his last
public position being Minister of
Finance in Sir John Macdonald's
Government that resigned in 1873.
Once he was Governor of Barbudocs
and again of a neighboring colony.
Sir Francis at the time of Ids death
was editor of the Montreal Journal
Mu. M. Mclncrny has made great
improvements in his store, corner of
Fort and Merchant streets. A large
doorway has been opened between
the front and rear stores, and the
street door of the latter, also the
window, has been enlarged. These
changes, together with additional
table accommodation, give very en
hanced facilities for showing goods
and serving customers. Mr. Mac
is now prepared to give a cordial
reception to all-comers from cither
street yes, even from the yard
lying between the store and the olllce
of a contemporary, provided- the
visitor comes in business hours.
The report of the progress of the
four Island boys attending school at
St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo,
California, for the month ending
August 19th, is very satisfactory.
Kawananakoa is marked 100, the
standard of perfection, for punctu
ality, writing, deportment and mili
tary conduct, and 98 for French.
His average is high in other studies.
Keliiahonui- lias obtained 100 for
writing and military conduct, punc
tuality 98, deportment 90, and is
well up in other studies. T. P.
Cummins makes an exceedingly
good showing. For punctuality,
military conduct, writing and draw
ing he is marked 100 each, 99 de
portment, 95 history, and 90 arith
Wednesday, Sept. 9th.
W. C. Parke has gone to
The Pacific Navigation Co. are
going to build a storehouse in the
vacant lot opposite their ofllce.
The W. G. Hall will take several
spars for the new Honuapo wharf,
which will be finished in about four
Back of Liberty Hall, Hotel
street, is said to be a great place
for card playing among the Chinese
Mr. P. Mclnerny has moved into
his new store, and Messrs. West,
Dow & Co. extend their borders
into the one vacated.
A Chinaman was seen to pick up
the billiard ball that Win. Auld lost
and put it in his pocket. The celes
tial wanted it, doubtless, to match
Mr. J. E, Wiseman has had
printed a large circular form card
for tho head light of Kahului loco
motive, so that Wiseman may always
be to the front.
A decided pomolosical aroma
pervades Lyons & Levey's sales
room. They sold 70 or 80 boxes of
apples at auction at noon, and have
a large lot left.
After the arrival of the bark
Caibarien the People's Ice Works
will be lighted at night by electric
light and tho people in the neigh
borhood can shoot cats with ease.
The names of all delinquent water
payers and lessees of Government
lands have been given to tho Attorney-General's
department for Mr.
Whiting to take prompt action to
recover tho money duo thereon,
said to be about 812,000.
Kino Bros, are framing the Gov
ernment's oil painted portrait of
Mr. Richards, tho missionary and
one of tho framcrs of tho original
Hawaiian constitution. It has been
artistically renovated by Mr. Strong,
is a striking picture, and will adorn
the Education Department.
Tin: steamer W. G. Hull brings
news of a cutting scrape at Honu
apo last week. Two Chinamen were
quarreling, when one stabbed the
other with a small sword. Tho
wounded man is badly cut up,
but not dead. His assailant has
been arrested and will bo tried in
A oano of prisoners, working out
at Lunalilo street, are reported to
be having a gay time. They flirt with
native women, smoke, sing and be
have generally as if under no con
trol. There is not much of the
penal about such servitude. The
way of transgressors seems to be
rather easy in this latitude.
The Queen's Own had a street
drill last evening under command
of Capt. O'Connor. About seventy
members attended. Marching in
slow and quick time by platoons,
manual exercise, forming rallying
square to resist cavalry, were the
exercises of the evening, all of
which were performed very satis
factorily. From the fact that Hongkong cor
respondence received by the Zea
landia had the stamp of the S. S.
Mount Lebanon on it, the inference
is drawn that the latter steamer has
gono by to Mexico via San Fran
cisco without calling here. It is
thought that the interdiction against
landing her Chinese passengers here
prevented the steamer calling.
Capt. Pierce has received letters
from San Francisco concerning the
catch of the whaling licet. One
hundred and ten whales have been
caught up to July 12th, and 170,000
pounds of bone valued at three
dollars per pound has been received
in San Francisco. Messrs. Wright,
Bowne & Co., of that city, received
for Tlios. Pope from thu whaling
vessels they represent l!5,()00 pounds
of whalebone, and 10."i,()00 for New
Bedford parlies. Capt. McKenna,
in the steamer Alliance, took five
whales besides 19,000 pounds of
whalebone. The winding fleet as a
whole has done very well.
There was Chinese opera at a
crib a little this side of the King
street bridge last night. A large
celestial audience blocked the side
walk and overflowed into the street.
jliic tom-tom was m supcrn tune as
tom-toms go, the tone of the screech
pipes was pitched to the zenith, the
saucepan symphony in C minor was
in exquisite agony. A vocal solo
in G major, treble clef, threatened
to "have cleft the artist's mouth to
the back of his neck. His expres
sion was all too demonstrative. The
all-devouring aspect of his jaws was
sufficient to create a panic on the
rice exchange. A reporter who
joined the audience soon left, hav
ing not that kind of music in his
soul. Treason, stratagem and spoils
were good enough for him, when the
alternative was oriental opera.
Thursday, Sept. 10th.
Mr. A. Marques is writing up
ramie culture in the Gazette.
Mr. Lycan says the crops on Ka
lilii ranch are looking fine. His im
ported pineapples are in bloom.
The workmen on the bottom of
the Kinau ply their labors at night
in the luminous brilliancy of six
Now that the last of the Kameha-
mehas is gone, the white fish moilii
are said to have taken the place of
the small red fish and are being
caught by the hundreds.
Mr. Bananaskin Joke, senior, who
was seriously injured by a blow from
a member of our staff the other day,
was so far recovered this morning
as to be able to come out for a fresh
Tin: sixtecn-oared racing boat
with sliding seats being built by Mr.
Johnson, boat-builder, for His
Majesty, is almost finished. It is
one of the finest looking of craft
ever seen in Honolulu.
Mr. J. II. Black is trying to.
organize an expedition to Pearl
River to harpoon sharks for their
oil. He says that shark's liver oil
is the onl' kind that will burn in a
lamp without charring the wick.
Mr. Geo. Englehardt, formerly
witli Mr. S. Nott, will open a stove
and hardware store about October
1st, in the store formerly occupied
by his late employer. Mr. Engle
hardt expects 100 tons of goods by
Tin: hum continues at the Iron
works, where is the busiest scene in
town. Mr. Young hopes to catch
up with the sugar crops, notwith
standing the suddenness of the de
cision of planters, all at once, to
procure maceration mills.
Mr. John Robcllo, of Palama,
bought five good horses last week
at N'aalehu, Kail, He brought two
of them to Honolulu by tho W. G.
Hall, and will bring the rest mother
time. Mr. Robcllo took a strong
notion to that locality, and will
likely remove there shortly to start
a general store.
Scene Maunakea strcot; time
this forenoon. The scavenging cart
is receiving its load of offal, a cloud
of ashes being raised as each re
ceptaclo is dumped. Natives in
every conceivable attitude are loung
ing about the doors of Chinese
shops. A native woman is tending
a child that is lying on a mat in the
sun. She is placing leaves about its
head as if to ward off fever. A re
porter is looking for an item, and
here it is.
A oentleman says that it being
against the law to blast fish witli giant
powder a new device has come into
play about these islands. A bottle
. . ..'
three fourths filled with lime and
tho remaining fourth with water,
the bottle corked immediately and
hermetically scaled, is as good as
giant powder. This bottle is thrown
into two fathoms of water aud in a
few minutes there is au explosion
which destroys all the fish within a
Friday, Sept. 11th.
Mr. II. F. Glade is able to be
Applications for land are already
reaching the promoters of the new
land colonization scheme.
Fishermen were numerous along
the city front this morning. Those
near the barkentinc Ella were very
successful in catching the moilii.
There was nothing done in the
Police Court this morning, except
the trial of a case commenced yester
day for alleged malicious injury.
The prisoner was adjudged not
guilty and discharged.
Chief Justice Judd decided an
important case this morning. He
held that furniture could not be
legally distrained except for rent.
Also, that an auctioneer, warned
against selling goods placed in his
hands, was responsible for the con
sequences of selling them.
The Hawaiian Investment Agency
have forcloscd the mortgage of Chas.
Houseman, of San Francisco, on
tho railroad used by the Kilauea
Sugar Co. for carrying cano to the
mill. The R.R. is owned by Mr.
Houseman and has heretofore been
leased to the Kilauea Sugar Co.
The Press accuses the Bulletin,
in effect, of taking an item of bogus
news from its columns. The Press
has taken many items from the Bul
letin, but they were all genuine.
After our fresh contemporary's con
cession, the public will know where
not to go for trustworthy informa
tion. The Queen's Own had a street
drill last evening, commanded by
Capt. O'Connor. There was a good
attendance of members. Setting-up
drill, saluting facings, inarching in
column of companies and platoons,
and forming rallying square to resist
cavalry, were the exercises. The
above movements were creditably
Saturday, Sept. 12th.
Mr. Ernest Hutchinson lias been
appointed Inspector of Portuguese
Capt. Turner of the W. G. Irwin
reports squally weather off the Is
land last night.
Seven prisoners arrived by the
steamer Lchua this morning from
Kahului and Hana. '
There was a large crowd on the
'wharf yesterday afternoon to sec
the W. G. Hall off with the royal
party on board.
Col. Sam Norris returned by the
brig Win. G. Irwin. He found the
weather excessively warm on the
Coast this time.
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel's new store
was opened last evening with illumi
nation, music, and thronging crowds
of visitors. The affair came off in
Some native .women have erected
a watermelon stand on Queen street,
between E. P. Adams & Co.'s and
Allen & Robinson's, in opposition to
The Monui Mill, Molokai, which
had suspended grinding to effect re
pairs to a broken roller, will resume
work in a week or two to take off
tlio'balancc of the crop.
This morning Messrs. Bishop &
Co, made an attachment as mortga
gees upon the stock-in-trade of
Messrs. S. J. Levey & Co., grocers,
and theshop is closed.
A letter received from Dr. Bull
this morning stated that Mrs. Cru
zan had been hurt by being thrown
from a horse at Olinda. The doctor
started immediately to render as
sistance. Dull times seem to bo sobering
down the disorderly element. The
Police Court's record to-day is a
blank. No crimes, no fines. Whose
duty is it to present Judge Bickerton
witli the white gloves?
Yesterday afternoon an amalgam
ation of the two ice companies was
consummated. The Honolulu lee
Works Co. sold out to tho People's
lee Refrigerating Co., for sixty per
cent of the par value of stock, pay
able in People's stock.
Ax express driven by John Peka,
and containing his grandmother,
mother and sister, was upset on
Nuuanu avenue yesterday afternoon.
All the occupants wcro thrown out,
but escaped without serious injury.
Tho accident occurred through the
horse running away, from fright
caused by the giving way of a shaft
His Majesty was pleased, before
his departure yesterday, to confer
upon Mr. Klislia II. Allen, the Ha
waiian Consul-Gencral at New York,
tho degrco of Knight Commander of
the Royal Order of Kalakaua. Mr.
Charles Furueaux was decorated
with tho Order of Chevalier of Ka
piolani, for his services in promoting
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