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If THE DAILY
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MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1893.
Wo havo all hoard of tho bully
who, whon worsted in. a fight, drow
off saying that if ho could not whip
his man ho could mako Xacos at his
sistor. Tho P. G. organs having
failod to cajolo or bulldozo tho Ha
waiian, now draw off and mako faces
at Mossrs. Sprockols and Nordhoff.
If tho statements contained in a
letter which appears in this issue are
corroct, it is timo our Pilot's Olllco
was re-organized, and men who fool
more competent to handle our big
steamers bo appointed, so that all
mail steamers can leave any time of
day or night aB tho captain and
agonts may decide in tho interests of
the. ship and tho conumi nity. It i
absurd for our pilots to admit that
they cannot take a mail a tcamer out
KNIGHTS HOLD A FEAST.
With tho recent doojioning of
Honolulu harbor, and tho conse
quent increase in large sicamor traf
fic, tho timo has come lor tho ap
pointment of a Harbor Board into
whoso hands would bo outrustod
ovorything relating to tho harbor,
such as tho erection an d mainten
ance of wharves, buoys, and light
houses, the imposition and collec
tion of harbor duos and oifcher sources
of rovonuo, and tho appointment
and regulation of all ofh'cors of tho
port such as harbor mnstor, pilots
and lighthouse keepers. A Harbor
Board of this description exists u
all ports of any size the -world over.
Tho membors of the Board might
oo oiociea partly toy tno general
body of Honolulu taxpayers, and
partly by tho shipowners and payors
of shipping dues, whilst tho Govern
ment might reserve to itself tho
right to nominate one or more mem
bers. Tho sooner such a body is
constituted the better it will be for
the commerce and general pros
perity of our port.
CRESCENTS NEARLY WIN.
"If" They Only Had Three More
Runs They Would Have.
The Crosconts and the Kamoha
mohas played a fairly good gamo on
the League ground on Saturdar
afternoon. The Kamohamohas wore
an air of confidence from tho begin
ning, while their opponents felt
they were going to lose anyway.
The first two innings were charac
terized by rather loose fielding on
tho part of tho Crescents, enabling
tho Kama to pile up seven runs.
The Crescents knocked down a
couple in tho first inning. From tho
second until tho ninth the black
board on the Kamohamohas' lino
displayed a rotund of good-sized
zeros. The Crescents piled up ono
run in tho third and ono in tho
fourth innings, and although they
managed to get tho bases full sev
eral times, did not score again until
tho ninth inning, when, they mado
one run a total of five runs.
James Lemon pitched a steady
gamo for the Crescents, and had he
been afforded good support, the
game would not havo ended as it
did. Lishman, Sopor and Chan
Wilder did not play their usual
good game, Wilder especially .play
ing in a listless way. Chris. Holt it
left field distinguished himself by a
fine running catch in tho eighth in
ning. Willie Wilder guarded the
second bag well.
The Kamehamoha players had
evidently been to a luau aud vcore
as chirpy as ever. Meheula's do
livery was not so steady as in the
previous games, and tho Crescents
straightened out his curves for. a
good many hits.
Messrs. Chas. Wilder and Palma
Woods umpired the gamo satisfy
At tho request of many of Oa
Soabury's passengers, ho decided
keep his fine steamer in port until
o'clock to-night, to give his pasa
gers ample time to drive about ub
dark, and take in all tho sights, t
Waikiki, Punchbowl and tho B
to do their shopping aud dine w
friends ashore, aud listen to a grj
concert by the Hawaiian band la.
Hotel grounds; but upon tho reft
of Pilot Shopard to take tho stoaa
out after dark, the captain
obliged to sail at G o'clock, an d.
songers and comtu'jnity ar.. s
greatly disappointed, and thw
portunity for ourists o i
their money a8hore is. lost
the capneo or wm 0t Ono i
who ought t0 res;gu auti mako r
for Bom ono who has the into
tUfi country a little more at lw
band, micEec the
Bergor, wilL give
at Emma bq uaro
direction of Prof,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
following program will bo rendu, rod:
Maroh Greetings (new) D -lug
"wtaw-Frollo Students Bu PI
Flnale-Robo of Thorns R "
Two Marches (new)-
a. Joyce's Post iro wn
b. High Bohool Cadets . . ., Boa iza
Reminiscences of Offenbach. ... . . .Conradl
Kuphonlum Solo-Rooked In tho Boo .
Wal'u Beggar Student
llalop-From Houho wHu. .
V Hawaii 1'oiioi.
J, a tantalizing admonition to ; llioso
who at this season fool nil tired out,
weak, without appotiw i n u .
.aired! But tho way in which Hood s
Kaparilla builds up the .red
frame and gives good appoti e, is
IS wonderful. So wo say, "Tako
Banquot to Throo Honored Membors
by tho Knights of Pythias.
Saturday ovoning tho Knights of
Pythias of Honolulu shone forth
brilliantly on a fostivo occasion.
This was a banquot iu honor of
Mr. David Dayton, tho votoran De
puty Supromo Chancellor just retir
ing; Mr. Chnrlos J. McCarthy, tho
succossor to the responsible position,
and Mr. Charles T. Wilder, P. C,
about to loavo for San Francisco, to
occupy tho ollieo of Hawaiian Con-sul-Gonoral
for tho Pacific Coast.
Tho ovont took plneo at tho Arling
ton Hotel under tho nuspicos of
Mystic Lotlgo, No. 2, K. of P., Messrs.
A. V. Gear, J. S. Walker and S.
Louissou being tho committee of ar
rangements. Tho dining rooms of the King
street branch of tho hotel (formerly
the Dudoit Houso) wore sot apart
for tho occasion. Mr. T. Krouso, tho
proprietor, had mado olaborato pre
parations for tho feast, assisted by
his good wife and Mrs. G. E. Board
man, adopts at decoration. What
with Hags and ilowors, and colored
lanterns front and roar, as well as its
regular electric illumination, the
hostelry prosontod a scono of en
chanting beauty amidst tropic
In tho main dining room wore two
tables lengthwise connected with a
cross table at the head. Beyond a
lobby a long tablo was sot in an
other room for tho overflow of
guests. On tho tables was spread a
Hue collation of roast turkey, chickou
salad, and a variety of other sub
stantial and refections between.
Boor, claret aud teetotal drinks wore
served, as well as icecream and cake.
As tho party sat down tho fostivo
boards woro a most inviting appoar
auco. Tho Hawaiian baud was sta
tioned in the roar yard, playing a
choico program whilo tho foast was
in progress, aud in tho after part
being relieved in turns by tho Quin
tette club, situated in tho hallway,
singing to their string instruments.
At tho head of tho tables sat Mr.
lcvyton, with his follow guests of tho
o vning to his right, and Mr. John
A. Hassingor, a veteran knight and
P. C?., and Mr. Georgo Denison, C. C.
of iystie Lodge, to his loft. After
a soc table timo over tho plates for
about an hour, Chancellor Comman
der Di mison Tapped tho company to
order, ind than tho feast of reason
and ilo V of soul began. Mr. Dayton
annouui d that ho had a communi
cation i rom tbo Supromo Chancel
lor, whi th he would request Mr.
Hassinge r to reiid. That gentleman
according rfy read tho communica
tion from W. W. illookwell, S. C,
dated Hen derson, Xy., May 27, 18J3.
It mention cd tho writer's absence as
a reason fo r delay in replying to sev
eral letters from Mr. Dayton, adding:
" But eve n had I b een here formal
action woutld not havo been taken
toward-ace -opting youf rcsiguation
as Deputy Supreme Chancellor,
which you. tender undi'.r date of
April 18th, for oven now I 'approach
tho subject with great reluctance;
not that I havo not the fullest con
fidence in iho brother rocomi.ionded
by you for a'ppointniont as yon'r suc
cessor, nor 'that I am not satisfied
his judgmoii t would bo as cool Mil
his counsel as conservative as it
should bo iu tho disturbed condition
of political a (fairs in your Islands to
avoid the Or der, as an organization,
beiug considi ired as meddling with
politics, but rather from the fact
that I could : not abruptly bring my
self to sever official relations, tho
termination o f which I am frank to
confess seems to mo a personal loss;
and I cau it regret that I am not
possessed of words which will ap-
propnat ely cc uvoy my high iippreei
atiou of the valuable service you
havo rondorec' tho Order duriug
your twenty j ears', incuniboncv.of
tho oilice of Dn puty Supremo Chan
c' .lor for tho Hawaiian Islands."
Tho Supromo Chancollor admits
Mm riL'ht of Mr. Dayton to a rest,
aud is sure tho Order will still havo
his sacrificing services, but still
finds it hard to frame his official
farewell. Ho comes to it, however,
happily in these words:
"Allow mo in behalf of the whole
Order to express its grateful appre
ciation of your invaluable services in
its behalf, and personally to say
that your every duty has been faith
fully performed, and my heartfelt
wish is that health aud happiness
may bo your lot for many years to
Tho letter further bespeaks Mr.
Dayton's kindly assistance to his
successor as may bo deBirod by him,
and closes with a hope that ho may
still hear from his lato official cor
Mr. Dayton next in appropriate
words present od his successor, Mr.
McCarthy, with his commission.
Mr. Hassingor as toast mastor
then began on tho regular senti
ments of tho ovoning.
"Tho Supreme Lodge of tho
World: her offspring in tho paradise
of tho Pacific send greoting and
love." Mr. McCarthj', in rospoud
inor as the representative of tho Su
preme Lodge, thanked tho Knights
lor tho honor conferred on him in
raisiug him to the high position. He
hoped ho would havo tho carnost
support of tho various Lodges in
promoting Pythian progress and
"Our etirin"? Deputy Supromo
Chancellor." Mr. Dayton on rising
said ho was commissioned by H. C.
Berry. S. C, Oct. 1, 1872, and had
sorvod tho Supromo Lodgo continu
ally to tho present timo. Whon ho
first took tho position they had but
ono Lodge horo Oahu, with about
12 membors. During his incumbency
with the assistance of others he had
instituted Mystic Lodgo of Hono
lulu, Aloha of Wailuku, Mailo of
JJamakua, Koalia of Koalia, aud Ivy
of Koliala. On Doc. 1)1 last thoro
were 2(52 knights iu tho Islands, with
two bootious of tho Endowment
jtank and ono division of tho Uni
form Hank. In 1872 tho total mem
bership of tho Order was about
80,000, and now it is from 408,000 to
"Our Departing Brother : may
prosperity and success attend him,
aud iu tho performance of tho duties
Dortaininu' to the station to which
I he has boon called may lie ever prove
a true and courloous Knight." Mr.
Wilder iu responso quotou General
Grant's usual responso to a toast
"Thanks, gontlomon, thanks." Ho
thought Grant's example suited him
that night. Ho could say, "Thanks,
brothers, thanks." But ho would
venture to go furthor, ns ho folt a
sonso of gloom at loaving, although
it would not bo for good. It was
gratifying to him that ho was loav
ing as a Knight of Pythias. Ho
know that ho would moot other
knights on tho other shore that
glorious shore on which this Order
wns founded, Thoy had tendered
him an honor ou this occasion that
ho should in future look back to
"O.ur Sistor Lodges on tho Islands
Oahu, Aloha, Mailo, Koalia and
Ivy: a galaxy of stars." Mr. W. H.
Bickard, P. C. of Mailo Lodge, res
ponded, describing tho spirit that
had brought thorn togothor as of
higher than human origin, and
speaking of the ulovation of man
hood attainod in becoming truo
"Tho Officers of Our Lodgo: with
knightly courtesy wo greet you."
Mr. Douison iu return reminded the
Knights that tho good working of
tho Lodgo depended not all on tho
officers, but required that all tho
nionibors should work.
"Tho Past Chancellors: though in
tho past touso thoy are gouorally
with us in tho present, and so may
t hoy long continue." Mr. A. Gar
touborg, responding, congratulated
Mr. Wildor and eulogized Mr. Day
ton as Past Chancollors. He con
gratulated Oahu Lodgo that she had
secured tho honor of having ono of
her Past Chancollors mado Doputy.
"Tho Uniform Bank: avaluablo
adiunct to our Order." Mr. Goo. C.
Stratoinoyor, spokesman for tho divi
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Boseltec's German
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when I contracted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness and
a Cough which disabled me from
Pilling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
say now what remedy he prescribed
I saw the advei tisenient of your
remedy and obtained a bottlo. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Bronchial troubles
since in our family, Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy and always with favorable
results. I have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
others when I have found them
troubled in like manner." Rbv.
W. H. Haggarty,
of the Newark, New Saf o
Jersey, M.Iv Confer
ence, April 25, '90. Remedy.
G.G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N.J.
Hawaiian Sardware Co., L'Q
By JfiB. F. Morgan.
sion, statod tho fact that thoro woro
over a quarter of a million knights
now assembling in over ouu castle
halls. Tho Uniform Bank mustered
more mou than tho standing army of
tho United btatos.
"Tho Endowment Rank: an angol
of mercy, who stands in tho hour of
distress to succor the widow and or
phan." Mr. Houry Smith, P. C, said
m reply that tho endowment feature
of their Order had for many joars
pnst boon on tho road to success.
Experiments had beou many, but
thoy had only tended to make the
system sound and safe. It had no
magnificent palacos to bo maintain
ed like tho old lino insurance so
cieties. The endowment fund had
grown from 30,000 to ovor $60,000,
000. Its avorago cost of insurance
was less than 12 a thousand por
annum, and insurance of from $1000
to 5000 could bo taken.
"Tho Ladies: God bless them. To
say more would bo to steal the am
munition of tho bashful Knight who
will shortly bo eloquent in their
praise." Mr. W. G. Ashloy was both
pathetic and humorous in his re
sponse, causing a decided break in
tho serious oratory preceding.
"Tho Knights of Pythias Goat: his
appotito is still good for newspapers,
bottles, or clothes hung out to dry,
but ho still refuses to oat the cottony
cushion' scale." This reforonco to
tho rospoudor's position as Commis
sioner of Agriculture brought down
tho houso. Mr. Jos. Marsden, P. C,
was equal to tho occasion. Ho do
scribed tho advent of tho goat to
Hamakua with all tho torror it in
spired in tho knightly aspirants. All
it required from riders was courage
and determination. Tho trouble was
somo of thorn did not hold him
Volunteer toasts wore thou called
for, and given as follows:
"Our Kospectod Toast Mastor"
Mr. Hassingor, who told of tho small
becinniiiKS of tho Order horo. Ho
thought only Mr. Dayton and him
self remained of the pioneers.
"Donizeus of Pearl City" Mr.
Hughes. Mr. Ashley perpotrated
tho remark, "Thoro are uo Donisbns
at Pearl City."
"Wilder Brothers of Our Order"
Mossrs. W. C. Wildor, Jr., aud Gard
ner K. Wildor.
"Our Mastor of Finance" Mr. J.
H. Schnack, who said ho was only
doing his duty in keeping members
up to timo with tho ducats.
"Tho Press" D. Logan aud F. L.
Hoogs, tho latter in turn proposing
"Tho Pythian Press," which brought
out ono of tho bost speeches of the
evening from Mr. A. V. Gear, P. C.
"Our Visiting Brothers" Mossrs.
Purdy aud Borgstrom.
"Widows and Orphans" Mr.
"A Building Fund" Mr. G. K.
Wildor, who referred to himself as a
reputed crank ou tho subject. He
eloquently advocated a homo of its
own for tno Order in Honolulu, to
bo equal if not superior to those of
sister societies. Mr. Hassiugor
agreed with his sentiments, and sug
uosted thoy might ono day bo able
to got tho corner opposite the Ma
sonic Temple and-there comploto a
quartet of noble buildings with tho
Y.I. C. A., Library Association aud
Thoro woro furthor remarks from
Mr. L. T. Konako and Mr. Dayton,
tho latter adding to tho historical
reminiscences of Honolulu Pythiau
ism. At a few minutes before 12 o'clock
tho hnppy company dispersed with
the singing of "Auld Lang Syne."
For a gonoral family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
CREDIT SALE !
Saturday, June 17, 189S.
The curbstone ordinance
now being enforced means
hardship to the property ow
ners and activity in bolts and
lumber by the merchants who
deal in those articles. It's a
hardship only on owners who
declined to have the curbs set
when the road board force was
doing the work and to those
whose property was not on the
line of past improvements.
People have the choice of three
lumber dealers and the -price
of material is the same, but
with Bolts, and you'll need a
we have the stock,
are in conformity
If the super
you to put a
TEMPLE OF FA8HI
Oorner Fort 3b KCotol Streets.
TWO GREAHPEGIALTIES !
lot of them,
with tne times
have been instructed by Mkssiis.
HACKKELD & CO. to hold a
Large Credit Sale
AT THEIR STORE
TO-MORROW, June 20th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
When I will otter their Largo Stock of
Now Quods, comprising
Fancy Goods, '
OltOCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Hardware, Liquors, Etc.
C8f All Goods offered will bo sold and
Largo Invoices niu'-t bo closed out at any
TERMS Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, June 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AJ1UNG DR. MONBARRAT'B Ali-
suiicu on Hawaii. Dr. li. riumiolUcr
will have charge of his Infirmary. Tele
DlmncH: Jlell 00. Mutual 183. Ciders left
at Club Stahles will receive prompt atten-
The undersigned has been instructed to
sell at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday noxt at noon, tho Valuable Lease
(with tho Commodious Warehouse Build
ings thereon) of that block of land situated
between the stores of Hyman Bros, and L.
B. Kerr, having a depth of 100 feot and a
frontage on Queen street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on tho City
Front, is one of the most central and con
venient places in the city for tho use of
linns requiring storage. The entire ground
is covered with an Iron Roofed Warehouso,
with Fireproof Wall in tho rear, and can
bo iibed for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Room, zinc lined, lias
been constructed In one end of tho Ware
house. SB Tho Lease has 10K years to run, at
a quarterly rental, payable to tho Govern
ment, of $02.fl0.
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO DO
A General Housowork. Appl
I SHALL NOT IJU RESI'ONSIHLE
from tliis date for any debt or debts
that iiihv he contracted by my wife, Kato
Murion Thomas, without my written order.
K. 11. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Juno 5, lB'JJ. 715-tf
I V 1 CAN HE OKANY SERVICE TO
1 you in the way of Sharpening bussors,
Carving Knives, Uwii Mowor. I; HiiB
Kjiwh, Repairing Hprlnk ers and ater
Taps and Uying l'ipe. Bolderiug Tinware,
KottliiK ' Ituiittirlng J-'urnlturci or
Mendlllg Garden Hose, etc.. etc., nleasu
ring up Mutual Telephone No. 1M before
U a. m. or between 'i and 1:30 ;".
NE BKCOND-HAND SAFE
as new. Apply under
OHKQUE NO. 450 OF J. W. COLVILLE
on liishop & Co. for ?120.4O has been
lost. All persons are hereby eautiouod
against negotiating samo. 752-lw
OF THE STOOKHOLI).
Walanne Comimnv will bo
holdin TUESDAY, June 27. ma, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the oilice of tho under
signed on Merehunt street. Special bust
ucs. 0. O. 1IKKUER,
curbing in front of your pro
perty come to us for your bolts,
and you will want to paint the
lumber with Carbolineum, so
you'd better get that here at
the same time.
The Crank Lantern adver
tised by us a week ago seems
to have caught the idea of the
people who like to handle a
lantern without risk of burn
ing their fingers. This article
seems to fill a long felt want
and the demand for it seems
to be growing daily. We have
them in copper as well as tin.
Three Fischer Steel Ranges
went last week into the homes
of people who enjoy good cook
ing but who couldn't get it out
of the old stove. The fact
that the material of which
these ranges are made is just
twice the thickness that the
first lot was made of puts them
in the top rank of the stove
maker's achievements. The
only fault ever found with this
range was in the thickness of
the steel; now that this has
been remedied the Fischer
Range is pronounced the only
perfect one on the market.
The hot water coils being in
the fire box it takes but a few
minutes of the plumber's time
to make connection so that
you may have hot water in the
bath and kitchen.
The demands upon, us for
Wire by plantation men has
been so great lately that by
the time the steamer reached
here we were short of it. With
what we received on the
"Australia" we can supply any
ordinary demand and
arrangement with the
facturers in the United States
and Hurope puts us in a posi
tion to practically control the
wire trade in this market. We
have also added largely to our
stock of Barbed Wire and can
fill orders to any quantity.
If you contemplate improv
ing your property by the addi
tion of a little paint we would
be pleased to contribute to
your bank account by selling
you Paints, we mean by this
that by purchasing from us
you save money and every
thing saved should go into the
bank. We can also supply
you with the necessary Oils,
Varnishes and Brushes to fin
ish the job.
Everyone knows how we
stand on the plow question;
they know that such a good
plow as the Hendry Breaker
has never been introduced on
these islands. We told you
last week that it is being used
on twenty-one differentplanta
tions on the islands, since then
another one has come into the
fold. We have also a small
Double Furrow Plow that is
gradually growing in favor
with plantation managers.
Our Rice Plows are unexcelled.
I beg to inform the Ladles that I have received a Largo nnd Com-
plctc Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK 800KB IN RALBRIGAN
INFANTS' Ol'ENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Coimneiicing SATURDAY tbe 13th, -
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFE11ED.
Prices as .A-dvertiseci in rxxy "Win.ca.o-ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am olVenng Extra Inducements in that lino. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JSTq-w Designs I "Very Olioioe Fatterxis I
ST" Prioes of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows -ga
Gaartalix IMigtterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
S. E ZEEC 1R. Ii I G EC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
CURES T jj
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Street,
THIS "WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
0 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
1 58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic.'
All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly rxeouted at loto rates at the
I Uullttin 0icf.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spreckelb' Block,
MIES & CO.