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NORTON'S LIFE MENACED BY EXCITED E
Commodore Picker Alleged To
Have Caused Alarm at the
Volcano House Por Editors
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FUNNY STORY SPRUNG BY HOR-
TON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
. GAIETY THAT MIGHT HAVE
. RESULTED IN A DISA8TER
TO DEFEND SPEAKER
MINE HOST LYCURGUS' FINE DIN
NER AT KILAUEA THE SCENE
OF MUCH MIRTH AND EDITORS
8AY MANY GLAD THINGS
met there, find (lie curtnln Iccluro I gut nlcd liy Ills mauler, an KtiKllshmnn.
from Airs. Penny when. I kuI home," i Ttio Irishman, although obliged to ask
Mr, E. H. Amerigo, In an Interesting the, nsslstnnco of tho conductor heforc
talk, spoko of "Boston, tho Clvlllzer ot
the Hawaiian Islands, since It was
from "tho Hub" that Iho nrst mis
sionaries came hither.
0. liny Hortoujs remarks on "Hos
pitality from Honolulu to into" wcto
very much enc)cd, and expressed
home ot the appreciation that all ot
the party, fell lor tho kind and genor
ous treatment received. Mr. II or ton
always has n fund ot good stories with
which to delight his nudlencc.
On this occasion Mr. Horton toU
ot tho Irishman who hoarded a car
only to find tho last remaining scat
occupied by a hugo mastiff, nccompn
he could get the dos's scat, bore no
malice, and made socral attempt") to
cngago the Kiigllshmuu In friendly
concrsatlon. After a few Introduc
tory remarks on tho subject of th"
weather, which brought forth no re
sponse from his neighbor, l'.U said,
"An' that's a folnc dog jou hate,
Kwat hind of a hrado In It, I don
know?" "A cros between nn Irish
man nnd an ape," was the surly re
sponse. "Faith, thin," says Pat, "an'
It's related to both ot us."
Horton' 8afety Threatened.
Much merriment was created during
tho recital of this story by tho aforu-
acting under somo strange "flooence,"
luiil been punctuating tho speeches'
with his ludicrous "Heah! Heahl" and
similar ejaculations. At Iho first men
tion of "Englishman," he Jumped to
his feci behind Mr. Ilorton'H back,
breathing out threatening and slaugh
ter to tho man who would thus rudely
speak of a umntryman of his.
Ho menacing; Indeed, wan hta man
lier tlrbt bovcmI members ot tho parly
pushed back their chairs and made
tcady to spring to Mr. Norton's de
fence, If necessary. Hut n sharp wonl
from the management hroucht tho hos
tile ono to terms, ami nt tho cllmnx ot
the story ho offered his arm to the
w alter nnd hogged to ho assisted from
He was back In a few moments
houcver, and kept up his "Heah!
Ilcahi" as long ng the spenking continued.
Hlckt That's Miss Strongmlnd.
Whoever marries her will have a peel:
Wicks Yes; In fact, a henpeck of
For Fine. Millinery
DOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Perhaps no words spoken by any
member of our party slnco leavtn;
homo hao earned us much fun .v.nl
merriment as Iho above, tendered with
i. ery pronounced nasal twang, by a
certain well-meaning Knglliihman who
fell In with our jmity on tho delight
fill volcano trip, and gavj theso words
to history at tho novcr-to-hc-forgotlcii
Volcuno lloiiso dinner.
Whether It wan tho puro mountain
air at Klluiica, acting llko a tonic on
our 1 1 red nerves, or tho grandeur unci
iiiuJuMy of tha hugu crater, exhaling
Its gleaming breath far Into the cloud3,
or tho ocvci-inlli;.,walk l the rtlu, or
the hoiiutirul dinner so lavishly sup
riled by tho hospltablo Hcniouthcncs
loeiirgua something, no matter what,
t'n loosed clever tongues that had there
loforo kept silence, on tho trip, uud
bumo very delightful speeches were
m.ulo by persons who had lived long
without discovering that they could
m.iko u speech that nut only would ho
listened to but also vigorously ap
plauded. Our genial host of tho Volcano Hnuso
bud prepared a repast worthy ot kings
mid queens, ami full Jiibtlco was done
by the pack of hungry editors and
their wives who-surrouiidcd the buuid.
Tho decorations were cupcrb, n beau
tlful "Aloha mil," nn exquisite eren
lion In wild loses uud ferns, greeting
Us over the doorway us wu entered thy
dining room. Woiidciful clusters ot
hjdruiigas und wild rosea on tho snowy
cloths worn suirklrut to Inspire us, not
only with mammoth npputltles hut
with nohlo die.'inm and aspirations or
tho gopit things wo would IIUo to nay,
but fulled because ot the poverty ot
our language. Unfortunately wo can
i.ot speak Hawaiian, nor with the
fongiics of uugcls.
Trent Talks of Devils.
When tho spread wan well under
way, Mr. Johnson, acting us toast
fiiabter, Intioduced Hlchard II. Trent,
who responded to tho toast, "Editors,
Printers nnd Devils." Mr, Trent's re
(narks wcro very entertaining, and ha
' told of some early experiences ot his
own while, In a printing shop.
"Tho cdltor'a homo is In Heaven, wu
Mil know whero the devils live, but ns
(n printers, we arc not suro vvhero they
leloiig," said tho speaker.
Mr. Trent is tin orator ot ability,
with a clarion voice, and a ready How
of words that make, his speeches a de
light to ull who hear him. -
Mr. Wood then gavo a good address
en "Southern California uud Hnwall
This subject was treated In a fair way
bv ono who has lived In both places
and who gives his full allcglunco to the
land In which ho lives.
jir. umirjus i . jiuiimm uuu du .m,,.,
delightful things to say about "Thu
Ludlcs" that It Is really cmbiirassiug
to the editors of tho society pages to
Miss (iiaco Hortciibo Tower's topic,
was "Hawaii as It Looks to Me," und
bho closed her remarks witli Joe
jLffersoii'a toast in Hip Van Wlul.lo,
uilapttd for tho occasion to IIUo umC
Honolulu: "Hero's to jour good
health uud your family's good health,
uud may )ou all llvo long and pros
per." Doollttle Does a Stunt.
I V. Doollttle, in his talk on the
"Crater," mado a very witty speech
mill clouted tremendous laughter by
his puns on tho names of membcis of
Mr, Wight spoko on "Steamships and
Mr. Matthews- told "A True Story '
and J. J. Penny reported on "One
NlSht at Hlto and the lovely ladles I
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
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1340 FORT STREET.
WONDERS OF HAWAII
(Continued from Page G)
wilh a much smoother sea but n crowd
ed boat, and somo uncomfortable Inci
dents that wero finally adjusted. Buf
Deo to say, that, thanks to the kindly
offices of Vice President Wight, Cap-
tain Clarke nud Agent It. II. Trent, ot
tho Inter-Island line, every effort was
mado to make the Journey pleasant to
tho party, which arrived In Honolulu
at 8:30 n. in. Saturday morning, thor
oughly tired out hut, without excep
tion, thoroughly agreed upon ono
point, viz.: they wcro all glad they
had taken tho tilp.
This answers tho oft-repented ques
tion, Did tho Volcano trip pay?
Now, as to the Impressions created
by our first view of tho. Volcano, no
attempt wilt be mado to go Into gcu
eral statistics, of which there nro n
plenty In every pamphlet published to
odvcrtlso tho Islands, but In honwi'y
phrasa the picture Is presented to thu
Tho first nnd strongest Impression
pioduced after walking two or three
miles on this Internally heated luva
bed In Iho bottom of this Immense
crater, nearly right miles In circum
ference, Is of Iho littleness of man, his
unimportance on this great shell, and
thu fact that his existence, a mero
atom, creeping along thu crust over
lnkes of boiling fused metals, extern!
lug for thousands of miles liencnth his
raid Volcano House Englishman, who,
feci, li simply sufferance. The here
after seems very near to some editors
when they go down into the burning
crater of Klhuen.
Tho gigantic farces of later flo-i
v4ilch have upheaved sreat tloii'r "f
black lava In tho bed of tho cum r,
lending great rocl.n with fathouili-u
crarks, some of them several feet
wide, before subsiding. I a striking
fcattire. The whole floor of the crater
where Iho lava has covered It Ims a
remarkable likeness to a monster bed
of pulled mollusc candy which has
turned black (to uso a very tame sim
ile). Tho twisted contortions of the
semi-liquid mass as It flowed around
and over previous strata bearing close
escmblaneo to this familiar house
Spaco will not allow further details
or Impressions. Wo had been "nearer
to nature's heart" and wo felt It and
wero glad that wo had dono so.
Following Mr. Horton, Dr. Klamm
mado some (ntcrectlng remarks.
I. S. Watson was nsked to give his
views on "Ileal Estate and Newspa
pers." Mr. Watson said he thought
from tho very nature of things here
that vnlues In real cattle are bound to
Increase, on all the Islands nnd that In
the near future.
Wo arc always glad to hear from
Mrs. .1. J. Penny, and In her toist.
"Tho Men," sho had so many good
things to say that nil the men have
been proud of their sex In general nud
themselves In particular, ever since.
At Iho close of tho speaking nil ad
journed to Iho parlor, where tho Vlr-
rlllo were Indulged In by young nnd
old. All wcro tired, however, and at
on early hour retired to make ready
for nn early slari homeward In the
morning' itt-"i" "
,j, OP AUKIND8.
Dtaltrs la limfcir inlCtf
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A dozen or more brands of butter
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la made from tweeter and rlchar
cream than any other.
It haa the flavo of Pure Cream,
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. we will receive one of the Largest Shipments of
Douglas Fir Lumber
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but It was bought at a wonderfully Low Price on, ac- '
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