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HONOLULU, H. I.,
JANUARY 4, 1897.
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Tuesday, January 5th,
And will sail (he follow iiifj day for
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IVE AN tXTKA PERFORMANCE
Owing to tho ouormouB crowds tnat bavo
teudecl tho IhhI jwrfuimauco,
I'OPULAHI'lirCEa: iaonnd 50,.
'ho Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, HoDU'liko I'luop, uhoro Tmincil
vrecs, MnniK, "Swi'dinb MoYOiueut,"
allif, Electiifitv and l'liysbuil Truliilni;
my ho iililiilnnl.
V. S. Kl'.U.Odd, M.l).
TrUi'liouo 0;iy. Huptriutuiiclfiit.
vHAT A OBLE AVOULD 0?
Miim-Y i.i.ri in iir iiv r. VI-. !
mi'i. i tmii:iM. i
! Iinmlqimuura of til" Jouitl of;
" J Kducatinu, passed nwny lani'-nled i
Mur,.i.iiAiiiiietHima K-ricm.i.' """"'J of tllc (mll',r resident..
I5tt.iiiilt.-il-rrMafcar I l 1 l"d l,,"n Sehoollliate ot Mil. ,
imUlH . ,.
"Oh, I'll bo' here Tor
It wne Unptsin Lft.'.don otlLof'j
Sntioh 'bmk Nortiniiook wlfw
thus nuriwuicd u Bitlutntion 01,
the street, us ho wiw jof.'KUK
nloin; up town to i- liih sii
Btiloifa in hospital.
"You seo ybu huvn't (jut a
cable here," ho ooiitiuuud. "ily
owners in uiverpooi uou't Know
whoro I mn, nud thero is a big
premium on tho Norlhbrook by
this tinio." -
"You would think nothing of
spending five poundn or bo iu i
cubleirnnis this moruinc, thou, if I
Ummo was it cable here t" ,
"Why, bless your soul, I would
hao Bout fivo or six cubic dis
pntchi's lieforo now. Tin-te ii it
cnblegrnm ou tho wny to tm uov
tliHf loni" Hpri'Diliii,' t' I. ;:
tit'iut n UibtaiiL'O of eight or ten
"I will leavo n thousand pounds
in Honolulu." II010 the burly
fikippoi wont over 11 list of bills
for repairs nt this port alrn.uly
contracted and in priuppct fi r
sail making, iron and wood work,
provisions, etc. oiulinu with the
exclamation: "Yes, it will take
two thonennd pouutls bufore I t;e
uwiryl" ' w
"Wouldn't this bo a fruit rT-iTJ-
ing port for ordets if wo hud a 1
"You would hnvo to dig out
more harbor to make room for
tho vessels that would como hero ,
for orders," was tho omphatic ro- I
"Honolulu is tho mopt convnnw
ont point iu tho Pacific for 11 caii
ing port. Just think how handy ,
it would bo for a vessel, in a case
hko niiiiP, to net hor ordeis iai
mediately to ropnir nnd refit, nnd
then proceed to Portlnud to load
for Australia, or China, or tho
"Hero I cannot sny whethor my
work is nn iusurnnco job or not,
although 1 am personally con
vinced that the vessel is insured.
That question would bo settled in
an hour it you had n cnblo."
Captain Lawdon was of tho op
inion that a cablo ovon from San
Krancisco to Honolulu would nav.
hero thousands of dollars are
involved in tho movements of
shipping, the saving of weeks of
timo by telegraphic facilities
would inako tho expondituro of a
few huudreds in dispatches a
mere triflo to ship owuors.
MXitoi.oaY oi' iftou.
ItcMldciitM of Honolulu Who Hate
(iono In ll Gmto.
Reverently wo pauso on this
last day of tho year 1890, and it
is over nowly-mndo graves.
This year, liko all other years, has
lobbed us as it passed, aud wo
join our tears to thoso of our
dear Mother Nttturo who as tho
sons aud daughters of theto fair
inlos say weeps copious tenrs at
tin; loss of her lnoji loved chil
dran. Surely she is doing bo
most plentifully now, when so
innuy tlear old kamaainas liavo
passed to their dt-sired rest: hearts
that hnvo lovod Hawaii so dearly
that they hnvo consecrated tho
best aud last years ot their long
lives to hor service, in upbuilding
and beautifying by their noblo
words nnd works this fair land
ot ours. Evory ono thnt has
passed nwny hnB been well loved
nnd mourned, and if thoy are not
mentioned hero 'tis only because
thoir namoB nro too numerous
and all not kuown to tho writer,
but the momory of their Heaven
ly Fnthor is bettor than ours and
by Him tho roll of thoir virtues is
scouiely kopt. IUoh nud poor aro
ftljko iu his sight, only tho better
l.Tcd according lo tlio measuio iu
wnioh they have obryed hint
Early in the year W.Jns.Smith, I
Uirninr v for nmuv v-ears i!im
secretary and executive officer nt
"V"1 VS"" nuwan, who uiui i
oimii i(iKHi) nth sago couhs.m. Al
Bo (jHllittl JlllllUB DoiHiel.lv, who!
mm unvoted so inniiv or. tho iu-i
.... . t I.:, i:r. ... il........ 1
-I Jt'r.in III. HIS mi 11, mo itisiruu
turn of Uin youth of Ilav.iui.
fjutrvxiivii . .'jl. o.nun, who una
wij-i "domed tin. uio uii'i ielntiil ..itb-
- ' - - '"
"ii niiiuy iiaiiiinumu nouses film
hridges,-but who is most tnUsed
for his kiud nn 1 generous heart.
T! i tlifv (''"ll . iiLttiror nud
ovt-r (f Huwan, by wlioao
gifted writing this country
wna mnde better known and no-
predated. Then poor huart-brokon
r v..... ... ...
hema Lovt-y, cowing buck just
to dip. Tho last tureo died of
pueumonin. II. S. Trpglonn, n
kindly soul, pnBdwl nwny nfter
great suffering, in which he Imd n
return of tho tnmpatby habitually
exhibited by him for others Gen-
nemaiily rhil. lirann, who does
not remember his
face ? "Who does not misa kindly
joiiu untoruotiRor A'! who tt"o
acquainted with liiiu most surely
'lo Al"o Uin' jovial skipper, Alex.
AlcGioijor, wlio in n long sea far
ing lifu was over discovering
means of tloinj; good turns to pas
sengers nnd friends. 1'hi'ti Mrs.
C. 1). (Jltifc, clever and gifted.
Poor Crnrlp Ilciumer, -o long
.pen 011 our fts. el.- with hit plena
itnl hiniip, has lltp.t forever fiom
otr viev. J cannot appropriately
clo.-c this in mamorkim without
lir old motlier OuoLp, who "'ad
ly ended a Ion,: nnd useful life
dent. ! to th" salvati n of the nn
t'Vo late. And hihlly who of tlio
old residents will uot miss M.
Mcluorny ? Methinks I can yet
8e him staudiug at tho door of
his store bowing pleasantly to tho
passers-by. Among tho natives
wo lost also Josonh Nava,lii, whoso
silver longue had po oft m-pnliopd
iin'ongli our legtdluttvo Halls, and
David Pud, much mourned by his
people and all who knew him. Go
to liif cemutoiics on tho hills nnd
ou the plains! Thero yqu will find
tnom nil lying bide by sido liko
brotheis nud sisters, rich and
poor, Catholics and Protestants
and Jews, no difference now.
uTho soft dew of heaven falls up
on the commingled dust, tho sun
of heaven shines upon thoir union
iu the ur'ave." Thoy are none.
they nro gone, and with bleeding
hparts those who wore uenr und
dear to them feol that "thoy ne'er
I shall look upon thoir liko nuniu."
nut tncro are still some tew re
j maining. Oh! Let this bo n plen
1 nt the commencemout of tho New
I Yoar to bo kind and loving and
! thoughtful to the dear old kit
1 mnninas. Let us reinemb-T that
thoro is no comfortable homo
hero for old pooplo of tho whito
race. Thero' are now in my mind
n few whoso latter days aro sad
dened for wnnt of means. Let us
try to make tho days that still ro
main to them happy, so that our
loving thought for them may
cheer thorn on the wny wo ench in
tin 11 must go. Tho doar dead
hnvo passod beyond "our poor nf
foction," but the living tho ka
maainas need it. For tho dead,
''Tho tear that wo hlied, though
in secret it rolls, shall long keop
their memory green iu our souls."
Mns. W. H. Smith.
773 Fort street, Honolulu,
Dec. 31, 1890. '
In tho days when tho Clyde wns
navigable to Glasgow for ouly
vory smnll vessels, nccording to
Tho Scottish Ameiicnn, it stcamrir
Btuck iu tho mud uenr P.onfrew;
und ns was oftou tho case, tho
skipper was not sparing iu'strong
lnnguage nt tho delay thus' occa
sioned. While waiting for tho
rising title, ho naw a little girl
approaching the rivor with n buc
ket to fetch Homo wator. This
witB too much for tho poor captain,
and leaning over tho side, ho thus
addressed her: "If you tuk' no
drop o' water oot hero till I got
r.float, I'll warm yer lug for't."
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION!
fttor:i:i.i)i.s(is at iiik AiuoitiiMiii
ui.niiMj o. vriiuAV.
Im-riiri It, Silnr;i nnt t'!iuii;e. I
,.ilo lril of Icit-ncrj-Mrw
KbtKi.i) far ' wrili ICholo. !
Tin- tidjmuuetl meeting of tho
Bo ml of Education look place on
SuttU'i.iy.Jf'r the. purpose of tiik
ins,' action on the rn.'ouiuuiudiitioii
of tho Teachers' Oommitteo iu re
gard to chauges -iu th'o pjrsonnol
ot teachers, increases of salary,
I'l'lio following chauges wero
Miss Mary McKinloy to tho
Lctupahoohoo school, vice Miss
Miss Mile Morris to bo assistant
in tho. Wniheo school, vico Mrs.
J. Kenlnilio to Knlnnn, North
Konn, vice William Lutora.
Miss Flora Smith to tho Wniheo
school, vico J. Kenlnilio transfer
red. Mrs. Chnrk's Furneaux was giv
en a position in tho Olaa school,
Miss Helen Severanco one in tho
Hilo Union school aud Miss 121
vira Jlichatdpon one in the Hilo
Samuel Amalu was appointed
asbiitant nt theAlne school, Ninth
Konn, iintt Mr. Slieehau tu the
principaluhip of Kuilun, this M
Thomas Ilnae, principal of tho
Ala.i school, was given an ineroat-o
nf 8100 -per annum in salary, an
was Miss J. Pullnr of Hilo. H.
T. Mills of tho Napoopoo school
got u rniro of SCO per yoar. Tho
application of Yay Sing, tho Ho
iiilulu Ohiut'30 truant olEcnr, for
n raise wus referred to Doputy
Iuspeclor Scott. ,
Appointments for vncancies nt
I.inupopo and Holualoa wore.left
t(ttho school agent nnd piiucipnls
of the reppectivo schools.
Miss Mi.ry L. Smith wan np
poiuted assistant of iho Normal
school, a position sho has boon
Ou tho rocoinmcudntion of Inspector-General
Board decided to establish usclect
school at North Kohnlu, as peti
tioned for by tho residents thoro
of, and appropriate SOOO per yoar
for tho teacher, if those petition
ing would provido n suitnblo
Buhoolhouso for it.
Tho mnttor of chnnging tho
location oi the Knuuukakai school,
hs recommended by Deputy Iu
npector Scott, was reforrotl to
School Agent Lindsay of Ha
rankuii was authorized to procure
an additional teachor at that
place, and SoO was voted for an
addition to tho teacher's cottago
Olllllrtr.lIAS o.v t,.VAl.
Kiitcriiiliiiiiciil uiiil ;ill lor Ilia
Christmas Evo was celebrated
at Knele, the rcsideuco of Mr.
Fred. IL. llaysoldon, iu fino stylo.
Mrs. S. D. Heapy, principal of
the Government school nt Knele,
had prepared with tho assistance of
fricudo every whore a beautiful
Christmas trco. It w;as put up in
tho diming room, which wascleur
ed for tho occasion. Tho tree, 12
feet in height, waB tho Hawaiian
kiole, that emits u fragrant odor.
It wos entwined from tho root up
with a thick cord of "mailo, which,
winding itself amongst tho
branches, gave a charming effect.
Tho tree was loaded down with
prosentsnud looked beautiful with
its many hundreds of lighte.
Nourly tho whole of tho popula
tion of tho island was present aud
there wero gifts for everyone thero
and many for thoso that wero un
avoidable absent, iucluding somo
ou tho other islands.
Tho exercises opened by tho
school children, under tho guid-
I aiico ot Mrs. Heapy, binging iu a
beautiful and touching manner
the Lord's Prtiyor, followed by
recitation nud siugiug. Then
en mo tho Xmus tiec, nud it wns n
pleasure to see the nitini-linient
of- the llawaiiniiH and .liipnne-e
who for the ltrst tune saw a rent
Christmas tree. Their n-t'inish-nieut.
however, wan si-on d'upollpd
by die j .y ujj their f'i . an th 'i
uninrs tynro calM out mtd horn
thing useful or prpity liniulix t.t
them. WIimii vvi ton - Imd Hi r '
her arms full of g.md thing'" n I
UiniH were nn mi ire ov th tref, n
(dart was made fur the piu'.ir,
where tho iting iolks iieiuli.ed
in dancing until 11 p. in. The
Hawaiians were loud in their ex
pressions of goo 1 will to tho hnole.
ill O It I C.I it V ItM'OIIT.
Ilcrord l Ilcullia In tlio Mouth of '
Thero wero 51 deaths iu Hono
lulu in December, as compared
with tho sumo number in 1892, 00
iu 1893, 75 iu 1894 and (J3 in 1893,
for tho corresponding in'onlh. Of
thnt number 14 wero unattended.
Deaths undor 0110 yearof ago wero
8, ono to fivo 3, five to ten 2, ten
to twenty 2, twenty to thirty 0,
thitlv to foily l(j, fift to uixtv 7,
I sixty to seventy C, over seventy o.
By nationalities there wore- 28
! ilawaiiaur, 10 Chinese, 7 Poitu
' guose, 7 Japanese, 2 British. Tho
annual dentil r.ito per thousand
lor mouth was 2J. 14, that of Hn
wiiiiaiiA wns S3. Asiatics 21.48 and
all others 13 jO.
' N'cti t:ofcri'iiro V.'ollu
i "Handbook and StrangorH'
Guide' to tho City of Honolulu
nud-Yiiiiuity; containiug Inform
ntion of tho Piincipal Places of
Interest and Directory of Streets,
AVharvfs, Parks, Valleys, Church
es, Halls, Business Mocks, etc.,
etc. Compiled, arranged nud
1 pitblishcd by Frnuk Godfrey."
Thus rends tho titlo pngo of a
pamphlet of 80 pages including
cover, iu shape nud sizo fitting
an ordinary bro. st pocket. Its
information in just about what a
stranger usually bcika first thiug,
and whou ho leaves tho islands
tho book will certainly go iutu his
pack as a convenient remein-
' brnncer of tho country. Tho
typography is nothing to brag of,
"fairly legible" being tho most
that can he saitl for it.
Lnrcxii oi' riiiMts
from tlio Knluiiiui Y. I. . of
I C'lirl.llmi Knilcnvor.
I The mombcrs of tho Y. P. S. of
1 Christian Endeavor of Kalaupapn
send their most biucero thanks to
I tho following parties, for thoir
kind picscnts for our Christinas
'entertainment: Tho Y. P. S. of
Christian Endeavor of Honolulu,
Hawaiiau News Co., Henry May
ifc Co., Hollistor fc Co., Hart &
Co., Theo. H. Davios & Co., und
W. W. Hnll.
Y. P. S. O. E. ot Kalaupapn.
Per Wm. Notluy,
Knlnupapa, Dec. 31, 189C.
. Icnr' Notice.
If you want to 'find out what n
dollar will purchnpo in the wny of
groceries for Now Year, just bring
one along to tho i'nlainn urocery,
nud yon will bo surprised at itb
purchasing powor. Celestials nro
usually cIobo buyers, and tho tact
ihat wo servo a good number of
.them speaks volumes for our
prices. H. Cannon, Palatini Gro
cery, opposito ltoilway Depot,
King street. Tolephono 7o.' every
Hale of the Velocity.
Tho British composite bark
Velocity, of GIG gross and 491 not
tonnage, wns sold at Hongkong by
auction to Nils Mollor of Shang
hai for S9C00. Sho belonged to
tho estnto of tho Into Captain Mar
tin, who, for many yearB up till
his death, had employed anil per
sonally snilcrthitriii tindo betweou
Hongkong nud Ilonoluln.
IN THE HIGHFR COURTS
amk'xiii.i. ki.n-.i-.at 1:; rto mih
Hlnjtifslifixi r &.il)fl.ul. (Vertierk-.
?Uilgniui In tCi hiiitiiier
. ttii mih.
P. i't!tii uiok, guaulian of
tlie Mnchaiu minora, hns filed l.in
iici'ouuiH, hhowiug receipts o
I450, paymentu of .iJ.'J.ol and
ImIiuico of S527.2 .
A stipulation has been filed for -tho
private sale of tu- 181 easei- .
ctacU'iB impoittJd i)j the Wash
ington Feed Co. and seized for
Five of tho tiefcuilauts to the
bill for partition of M. F. Scott
aud Nettie L. Scott against E. N.
Pilipo nnd others hnvo made an
swer joining in tho piayer of
complainants for a oivistou of tho
W A. Wall, commissioner, has
reported ou th paitilion caso of
Kolon Sugar Company against J.
K. Smith und others, saying'thnt
both sides had ttgieud ou n parti
tion as traced ou .4. 1'. Moumir
rut's map b him, mil recommend
ing that individual fishing rights
1'ho Ortlm Lumber v Building
Company has onteietl suitb of
ejpcliuou' for Miree separate piop
erties ou King nud Lethol stK-tt,
which it chums ns the leasco of U.
Minnie S.'liuninn has euTored a
suit for divorce on the ground of
desertion from 1. (i. Scjiuman,
who left hor for foreign parts be
fore thoy woro married quite n
year iu 1891.
Judge Perry has rcuderod n
wiitton decibion in tho jury
waived case of Jonathan Spooner
against Julia Spooner 11 ice nud
William Boardmau Puce her hue
baud. Judgment is given for
plaintiff against .Mrs. Kico foe
SloOO, inteiest and coals; nnd, ug
to her husbauu, jndgmout in hiB
Tlio Supremo Court resumed
its term sittings after ten days'
vacation this morning.
Tliry All Vlmit Her.
Tho Sau Francisco Call, re
ferring lo tho projected departure
of Liliunkalani for tho East, suye:
There has been n mighty rival
ry among tho raihoads to got tho
ex-Queen to go over tho different
Hues. The Southern Pacific
thought it had her eccurod for its
Suuset limited tiniu, but tho ex
Queon finally though she would
like to go by way of Odon. Thou
thoro wtu strife bftweon Sno
deckor of tho Bio Graudo aud
Hitchcock of the Union Pacific.
Uorsburgh of tho Southern Paci
fic has boou doing nothing for a
couplo of days but trying to got
tho dusky Queen to nccopt tho
Southern Pacific routo. Tho lady
is a good advertisement aud thoy
all want hor.
Alltlllullll? Illull 'lllltlo.
An American exchaugo Fays:
"Tho oU'cliou of McKiuloy nnd
tho consequent protection to Am-
oricau industries has begun to
mnko itself foil already. Wool
will almost certainly bo taxed, and
merchants iu tho East nro hasten
ing to got nil tho articles they can
from Australia beforo Clovelund
stops down aud out. Tho atcamor
Mariposa brought a vory large
consignment, all for Bostou, nud
evury steamer that lonvoa Sydney
during tho next throo months will
briug big shipments. Bylrring
iug tho wool in now tlft mor
chants will save whatever tax may
bo placed on it later on."
Kroegor Piauos, sweetest in lone,
Jns. W. Borgstrom, boIo agent, caab.
or installmonts. Warerooms nt
G. West's, Masonio Temple. Of-'
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
iug and repnirinc- t&" Tole