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NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
FAIR -ND LUAU
(.lose to the linilroiul. below Mr. Wallei's
15ieur,, to lio held on
Saturday, April 15th,
VltOM 11:30 A. M. TO 7 V. M.,
Under the management of Mif. Wiihiv
and Miis. Wmiih, of Kalihl, aided h.
many vVhito and Hawaiian I.adics.
Siiiierintcndcd b Hi. rTin it Ci.nui .t,
foi Chin oh Piupoc.
Two Tables- roieign and Hawaiian; (iiah
J!ous; Uallle; l.eisand l'lowerTa-
bles; he Cioani and Candy
Tables; Si.iles; lite.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
Two lllup ring Table-" Tiekets 12, Cents.
Ono Pink J lag Tablo-Tiekota SO Cent".
The It mil of St.
Louis CoUece will ulay
diiihijr the vhole da, several of theii bi.ui
tifnl pieies to make of the neei-dou not
only a luei itive day, but al-o 11 ei. onjoj
able one foi overdone.
& Tinins will nut at lXuurion ltates
fiom Honolulu and Moanahti to the Fair
tlrouniK eei half hour fiom II v. m. to 1
v. m.; evoij liour from I to." r. m.; over
li ilf bom again from " to 7 r. m.
ff Tiekets for the Limit ma be had
nnj time after Tuesday, Man li lltli.
3r l'n kets fur Trains (loiind trip),
onlj 2"eent-, will bcdcliveud.it the Depot
on the two pieeeding d is, Apul lttli and
N. P. 'J ho 2")e, Tieki t gives nalit eithu
to the '2'n: Luau Table, oi to the Lunch
Table, oi to the lee Uieain 'lable.
HAWAIIAN" TAULi:: Mr. W. L. Wil
cox and Assistant".
l'ASCY TAUI.r.: Mm. T. A. I.lovd,
Mm. ( ooper, Jin, .1. K Moigan and Mr.
LLTAlT: Mis. Mick, Miss flight and
ICi: CI! HAM and COlTm'.: Mr. J.
V. MeDonild, Mrs. Aithtu McDowell and
the Misses McLam.
CANDY and LIIMOXADD TADLL:
Mis M. 'link and tho Mies Peirj.
liliAlt r.OXI'.S: MisMax Llojd.
hills, TAllLi:: Mis. J. Ailan and As
sisuints. Si'ALi:: Miss Ldna I.lovd
Koy al Uawaiian Opera House
L. ,1. Leev .
.1. 1". Jvahalcwai.
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adiptcd foi the Stage by the II w All Ponoi
DltM tic Co., to he presented in Lng-
lisli bj atlc Ilawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8th,
Vill be produced a Melo-drama in
Two Act, entitled;
"The Lady Z-. Twilight"
Ne'w Scenes I
ISTe'w Costumes 1
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Ovutuie Hawaiian B md
'Landing of Lono and His Death"
C'haiacters 1 the ('oiiipiny.
f A Kt of Ilealisticf-'ieuerj his been
spcuall dc-lgiicd and puntid' toi thise
iupi use illations.
Prices as Usual 50c, 75c. & $1.00.
XTS Box PI in ojien at LevejN where
'I ickcts i an be had for all puts of the
Tin follow mgelioii e hit of word painting
oieuis in Hawthorne's Muiblu Fiiuii:
" Women be thej of what uutlily rank
tliuj ma), how evu gifted with intellictor
genius, or endow eil with aw fill beaut j , have
nhas some little handiwoik uady to till
the tln g.ipof evei) vacant moment. A
ncidle is familiii tothollngers of them all.
A qui en, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woimin poet can use it as adioltlj as hoi
pen; llici woman's eve, that has di-coverid
a new stai, liuus from itsgloij to send the
polished little instiiiinent gleaming along
the hem of her keiehiof, oi to dam a casual
fi.ij iuherdiess. And thoj have greatly
the advantage of us in this respeit. Tho
slendoi tlmadof nilk or lottonkcops them
united with the small, familiar, gentle m
tuiostnof life, theeontinimllj opeiatlng In
lluences of which do io much foi the health
of the characlei, and eairj oil what would
othei wise bu a daugeioits ut cumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy inns along this elcetiio line,
sliutehiug fiom tho throne to the wicker
( hair of the humblest seiiinstiuss, and
kiepmg high and low in a speiies of com
munion with thtii kindled buhms."
Housewi e, while jou pi) the medio,
have j on iner lellei ted on the Mcissltude.
of life V bee to it that ynu husbands- pio
vidu foi the futuio wultiuuof thcii ramilles
h at once iipiiUing foi a Policy in the
L'lJUlTAIlLn L1F12 ASSUUAN'CL bO
OUITY of the United Mates. No more
suitable gift could ho oilcrud to ,ou.
BRUGi: & A. J. OAKTYrlUGHT,
General AgeutH for tho Hawaiian Isliinds
Lipiltable Life Asstiraueu boilctyof tho
M, L, MINER, D, Y, S,,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Ol'FIl K: 1IOTLL bTAIlLLS.
on a hiiiiu hs;
h to 10 , i.; l::;u to :i::',(i v. m.
4T- ItMini m I'l With Dr. P. L. Miner,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Fvm and Frolic on tho Qnrtlon Islo
FriBky Mon and Fair Women
Enjoy Fine Weather.
Tlioto is a sort of Bohotnimi good
follow ship, which, though ns rare as
four-loafutl olovors, is as refreshing
as A)ril showers to furnished flowers
in this ago of pergonal strifo, and
enreloss selfishness; and nowhoro
ainong the peonies of this Paradise
of the Pacific, justly celebrated for
their hospitality, can it bo found to
oibt in a greater dogieotlmn among
the good people in and about Kea
lia. Verily, it has become a com
mon saying with tho knowing ones,
that if you want to havo a real,
jolly good time you must go to Kea
Moht people heio haing been
oonfinud to tlio house for so many
weeks by the iuclemonc of tho wea
ther, tho bright, balmy sunshine has
iutonsiiiod tho nattnal desire for
outdoor pleasure- with our society
people, who hao boon enjoying a
numbor of most delightful outings,
such as riding, bathing and boating
patties, with picnics on tho side;
charming littlo lunches spteads fit
for the gods under tho trees in tho
lovely yrou's which lino the banks
of ono or othor of our picturesque
rivets; balls, soiices, and aftornoou
teas ad libitum.
Xeaily all of those onteitainmeuts
wero given in honor of our visitors,
Mrs. J. O. Loteiiion and hor niece,
Miss Etta Daniels, who are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Austin; and Mr.
and Mrs. D. Xoonan aud Miss Helen
Wilder, guests of Mr. O. B. Makoe,
at Lily Mights, Kapaa.
A most delightful boating party
w itli luau finale, was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Blaisdoll, Sunday tho l'.Hh.
The party, numbeiing thnty or
more, among w horn wo noticed: Mrs.
J. O. Lorenen, Miss Etta Daniels,
Mr. and Mts. D. Noonan, Miss Helen
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Satnl. Hund
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, the Misses
Lindsay, Toms, Hundloy and
Piitohio; Messis. Fairchild, Smith,
Schmidt, Wier, G. B. Makee, Jas.
Makee, Homer, Audeison, LTogg
aud otheis, rodo or dioo to tho
Wailtta rier whoro boats large,
roomy, and comfortable, with awn
ings loto and aft, and ready manned
weio waiting. Soon wo wero
aboaid and amid merry shouts and
laughter we tloatod away. Oh, shall
we over forgot that ride? Thoto wore
musical instalments aboard and
some gooel voices. Tho day was per
fect, the rier superb, tho scenery
beautiful and in many places grand.
Tho lunch was delicious and the
wholo affair well managed and an
unqualified success. No, wo shall
never forget that charming boat
Tuesday, the 21st March, Mrs. II.
Z. Austin entertained her lady friends
at an afternoon toa, which was pro
nounced a - 013- pleasant affair and
was largely attended. Mr. Loren
zon, and Miss Daniels favored tho
ladies preont with somo line iustiu
tuoutal and vocal music, which was
thoioughly appreciated and con
sidered ono of tho principal features
of tho afternoon.
Wednesdaj- evening Mr. and Mrs.
Austin ontoitained a few friends at
their homo, and again their fair
guests, favored those ptesent with
somo vory sweot music. Caids and
social games wero also indulgod in.
Thursday tho young gentlemen of
Kealia gave an infotmal dance at
Pythian Hall, which was laigely at
tended and a ei3' pleasant evening
was passed. Friday tho 21th occuned
tho event of tho w eok a
Hiding party of a scoie or more
Of cuing- men and in udens on befo'o;
(Lilloping, over tho hills and fin nwaj,
Through the beautiful v illcjsof Haiialei,
'J he old folk in carnages in the rear
Weiu never allowed to conic too near,
'lill all woie togolhei inthedance and play
That completed the ple.isiius of a glorious
Tho part 3r was gtoupod in couples
as follows eacli Cavalier Knight
with his lady fair, who wero gotten
up ad captaudum and regardless of
consequences to masculino suscepti
bility: O. B. Makee and Mrs. Loron
en, Geo. H. Fairchild and Mrs. D.
Xoonan, F. B. Smith and Miss Helon
Wilder, 11. Z. Austin and Miss Kate
Lindsay, on horse back; with Mr. D.
Xoonan and Mrs. H. Z. Austin, Miss
K. Hitchio and Miss Etta Daniels in
can iages; also others who followed
Oh, for tho facilo pen of a
Twain or Arnold, to doscribo tho
marvelous beaut ios which naturo,
with lavish prodigality, has spread
out on every side tho beautiful
sun-tinted mountains, rearing their
loftj peaks in fantastic forms to an
altitude of nearly 5000 foot, covorod
with a luxuriant growth of timber,
with its dill'orout shades of green;
the numorous sotpontino stioams
sparkling in tho sunlight; with hero
and theio a water-fall, like dropping
silver; tho broad, lovol plaius,
picturesque cliu"s, wrapped in glo
rious cloud effects, tho splended car
riage toaus, inrougu 1110 valleys 01
Anahola, Moloaa, Kalihivvai, Ilaua-
loi, Luinahai aud Wainiha, with their
beautiful tivois and water-falls ail
combined, forming a pauorama onco
seen never to bo forgotten and fully
justifying the titlo Garden Isle.
Tho paitv wero mot on tho wav bv
Shorill Deverill, who escorted thorn
to his beautiful homo, whoro a vvaun
vvolcomo and bountiful supper wero
awaiting thorn. After which all
hands rofieshed themselves with
a surf bath on tho magnificent beach
in front of the house.
The next day, Satiuday, tho party
visited the celebrated caves, of which
theio aro thieo Maniuiholoa, tho
"dry cave," and Waikanaloa aud
Waiopalao, with fathomless pools of
crystal clear water in thoin.
On this trip Miss Kitchio discover
ed a now spi-mits of hoisos, which
Uharlio Makee informed her woio in
digenous to Kauai. Miss JJituhio
says "they havo horns glowing out
of their heads, and tuilH just like
cows," but as the natives saddle and
lido them they must bo hoisos. See?
Sunday morning we started on I
our lottiin tiip and were met about j
half wav by Mr. and Mrs. Blaisdell 1
and a largo paity, who invited us to
paitako of a luau aheady spread for
us in a lovuly grovo near by -an in
vitation wo woio not slow in accept
ing. Space will not permit of a full
description of this splendid banquet.
Sufilco to say itw'as a foast of ovory
concoirablo dainty which oxtortoa
felicitations from all participants.
Wednesday evening Mrs. D. Xoon
an and a friend gavo a progressive
ouchro party nt Pythian Hall, Koa
lia, which was largoly attended and
a vory onjoynblo affair. Tho prizes
wero extremely beautiful and quito
valuable Tho first ladios' prize, a
royal Worcestor cream pitchor, was
won by Mis. G. R. Ewart of Kilatt
ea, and Geo. II, Fairchild got tho
gontlomon's first, n thonnomotor in
a solid silvor framo elaborately om
bossod. Tho booby prizes wero
carriod off by Mr. C. B. Makeo and
Mrs. J. C. Loronzon, aud wore a sot
of Japaneso pipo and a silken tape
measuro rospootivolj After cards
refreshments wore served and then
a dance filled tho time to a late
hour. A prominent foaluro of tho
evening was tho exquisite fluto solos
by Mr. Honry Bortolmann and tho
piano and violin duets by Miss Kate
ami Mr. Frank Bortolmann, with
some well rendered musio upon tho
piano by Miss Etta Daniels. Tho
paity broko up about .' a.m., all de
claring it to be an unqualified suc
cess. Ono rather unfortunato incident
occuned in tho early part of tho
ovoning. Mrs. Wm. Blaisdoll slip
ped while- dancing with Mr. Evvait,
fell and sprained ono of her ankles.
Tho injured lady was removed to hor
homo near by, whoro she has sinco
Thursda- afternoon Mrs. 11. C.
Spalding gavo ono of tho most ro
cheicho aftornoou teas of tho sea
son, to which tho ladios turned out
in full force in oxquisiro toilots.
Ev orybody among tho olito was
theio. Tho refreshments included
all tho delicacies of tho season, with
wino jolly, ico croam and stiavv
beriies. After tho toa proper tho
gontlomen wero invited, and, as
usual whou Col. Spalding's in
vitations aro issued, responded
in largo numbers, and .partook of
tno uaiuty refreshments, following
which all adjourned to tho lawn in
front of tho house, whoro a now flag
staff raised its golden ball oighty-
iivo feet abovo mother earth from
w Inch Mrs. Col. Spalding broko tho
stops on a boautiful now flag, un
folding tho glorious -II stars and 13
stripes of America to float to tho
breeze amid tho loud huzzahs of tho
assembled guests. Long may sho
wave and long may tho fair hostess
live to onjoy its beauties.
Wo icgrot that, owing to nows of
illness in Mrs. Loronzon's family,
sho with hor niece, Miss Etta
Daniols, was compelled to return
homo Friday ovoning by tho steamer
James Makeo. Tho ladies havo mado
many warm mends (lining their
short stay among us, aud wore not
allowed to go wit hout promising to
favor us with another visit at an
There wore moro entertainmonts
to bo givocl in their honor on tho
tapis a luau by Mrs. S. M. Hund
lo1 and a ball at Pythian Hall by
Mr. Hogg to whom they woie com
pelled to send in their regrets.
Aloha nui, fair friends.
Friday evening, Mrs. D. Xoonan
ontortained hor many friends with a
dinner at hor brother's residence,
Lily Hights, Kapaa after which
cards and sociality w ith music wore
indulged in until a late hour.
Thursda' ovoning a largo meeting
was held at Pythian Hall when the
Kealia Annexation Club was formed,
tho officors being: President, Mr.
Win, Blaisdoll; Secretary, Geo. H.
Fairchild; Treasurer, Wm. Eassio.
W7o regret to report tho sudden
illness of Mrs. It. C. Spalding.
Mill is running smoothly. Weath
er fine. Public health good.
Kealia, April 1, 185)3.
The Shirt Maker's Revenge.
Hold vour ordeis for Johnson is coming
Tho shirt maker is on the way
Look out foi his whiskers foi tliey aio leak
ing Till jou hear what ho has to saj'.
Itespcct to Johnson the blullei justly piid
And noble shiit inakei honoied his joblots
Hut whence this being? that a nniiio so
Should join witli Johnson the shiit man,
on a tomb bo seen.
This Johnson would bitter far procl lim,
To future ages hnnible his job lots name,
Johnson and shiit maker had been well
The city collector and the city bard.
Now inipoit all your s() called shiit makers
To take my honest living away if j on inn
I came to these Islands to work like a man
Hero v ill 1 stay in spite of vom teetli
For all kinds of shiit will 1 inuke to luok
"last 1!UT not least."
I do all tho shirt cutting that is
done at my place of business and in
caso tho shirts don't give ontiro satis
faction 1 will alter thorn, make now
shirts or refund tho money. All
shirts that 1 make will bo kopt in
repair for 2 j'oars froo of clmrgo.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Tho moro Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used tho bettor it is liked.
Wo know of no othor remedy that
always gives satisfaction, li is good
when you iirbt catch cold. It is
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs aro soio, It is good in
any kind of a cough, Wo havo sold
twenty-live dozen of it and ovory
bottle has given satisfaction, Stocl
lnau it Friedman, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn, f0 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith A; Co., ngonts for tho Hawai
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