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EVENING nt.I,RTlN. JIOKOUHA1. T. H., MONDAY.- JAN. 21. 1007.
DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
STYLISH DRESS GOCDS
fit price almott cut in two, to create a week of routing builness In our Dreti
Goodi Department, we have made iueh a deep cut In prlcei that the follow
ing unutual and attractive specials ar bcund to interest you, coming at
they do, Jutt when they are wanted:
Cray mixed, 56 Inches wide,
$1.00 quality 80 yd-
nLUE MIXED 9UITINU
DO Inches wide,
$2.25 quality $1.25
6 Inches wide, All New; Brown and
$1,25 quality 85,
Double width, 90c quality .. (jO yd-
NAVY BLUE CHEVIOT 8EROE
All Wool, 50 Inches wide,
$1.00 quality 80 yd-
FOUR GREAT LEADERS
WHITE 8ILK GLOVE8
Buttonless, slies 6, 7, 7 1-2 and B,
65c quality ,5 pair
LISLE SUEDE GL0VE8
In Black and Gray, all sizes,
60c quality 0 pair
DLACK TAFFETA GLOVES
2 Buttons, all sizes,
35c quality 25 Plr
, ODD LOT8 OF SILK AND LISLE
-""" )rf brokenslzes, will be marked at
JBJ- HALF PRICE
r WHITE 8UEDE KID GLOVES
Elbow lengths, sizes 5 3-4, 6 and 7
$1.50 quality at 95 pair
N. S- SACHS DRY
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Electric Light Is
The Safest Light
There Is no flame, no smudge, no heat, no edor; no watches need
ed. Electric light does not comume oxygen, therefore does not rob
your air of vitality and freshness.
If you desire, our representative will call and give you any fur
ther Information. '
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" QENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
8afes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and' Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET,
w Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
OF YARDS OF
ALL-WOOL FANCY SUITINGS
SO and 54 Inches wide,
$2.00 quality 91.25 y
BLUE MIXED SUITING
All Wool, Double Width,
$1.25 quality 75 yd.
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS
All Wool, extra wide,
75c quality 10tyd
1-00 " 50"
1-25 " 65e?"
BLACK FANCY CREPON8
Double Width, $1.00 quality 50 yd.
ALL-WOOL MIXED SUITING
Double Width, 90c quality. JO yd,
R. & G.
AT LE88 THAN CATALOGUE
This may seem remarkable and no
doubt Is, as under 'ordinary circum
stances we would not be permitted to
sell them at less than catalogue prices,
but these are lots that we are going to
discontinue, hence you get the bene
fit; they are ALL NEW, Up-ToDate
50c CORSETS .,.. 35t
- 75c " ........ 55c
$1.00 " 75
L25 " 05t
i-M " . S1.15
$2X)o " SJ51.65
$250 " Sl.OO
$275 " $2.00
,$3.50 " ...-m. 92.25
AT a substantial cutin
BEGINNING ON MONDAY
$1,50 BED SPREADS . 91.15
$1.75 " " . 81.40
2oo " ." . 81.65
$2.25 " " . 81.75
$2.50 " " . 81.05
Test of Time
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Golden Gats I
It has stood supremo above all oth- Mr
era through years of constant use and S
has never been equaled In quality. Sf
YOUR GROCCR HA8 IT1
& Co., Ltd. &
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att att ast att ass! U VV
At Low Prices
. HOTEL STREET JEWELERQ.
MOLTEN MOUNTAIN MOVING
(Continued from Page 1)
llir sun Rhone dully, like n big fiery roil
bull- . I
Fire Is .Sighted I
Al nbout UiBjfcli cluck the Mnunn
Ufa sighted thtw.ln the distance.
The Klnnu cnUhWthe first view of It
nt about midnight J and Iho .Mnuna L.i
nl 10:30 i. m. ,Ai the stenmers pro-
cccuen steering ior xnese pinnrs 01 nre-
men nspeel changed continually, sonic-..,,,,
I Iiiicb tno fire appeared lit three or tour
Isolnlcil clump, one higher than tho
other, with occasionally n bright yel-S..
low innzc relieving me 111111 rcn 01 mo
general conflagration, wlierocr n trio
hnd been caught by the mm Iiir wall
of fire. A cloud of smoke cnclnp..d
thn Island, through whkh tho moon
shono fitfully nnd dimly. All thn ex-
urslonlRts turned mil of their hunUT(,r!l,(lf ninn-stonm. electricity nnd ex-
10 seo mo uisinni nres, nnu nn miwi p09vCTnrc ns nothing. It Is Irrcslst
Hint tile trip wns well worth Inking hlp It n()W nW?rds wherever It
Tor this sight nlone. I ltatcth. No humnn power can turn II n
Landing Is Made rool from Its chosen path, ns It moves
At iln)lirenk there wns hoiiio Inda- n( metnR thc rocks nnd destroying
clslon ns to which plnce Rhoiild ho ch(i- ,nRlty tnfn like stems. And In front
en Torn landing. Thc steamers, which f t)lB terrible ilrslmrlUo energy one
...-- al.l.. it.... ..l... II.... ..r t .4' . ... .....
wnu iu nun ii-iiir bihiiuiiik
bench mnknl of the flow nearest tho
Komi Bide, tho fires of which had been
seen nt night, made n trip Kan-wards
to it spot where Cnptnln Slmcrron hut
some days before seen n flow Hearing
lho cn. Hero the two stcnmei-H mot,
Admiral Ileckley nnd others wcii
jheered nnd there wns much piod
naliired bantering. Ilowcven on study-
lug the point closer, It wna found that
there wns nothing doing, nnd the
htenmera returned to their original
iinchmnge, n point known nn l'uu Tele,
where a landing wns made. Tho place
was not u ery fnvornble one, but
(hanks lo tho Rklllfulness of thn In
(ompnrnblo llnwnlluii Uiatmeu every
ono who wished to go nshore, wns land
ed In safety.
Some Go To Hoopuloa
Not all the passengers started for tho
flow from this point. Some, who had
cngnged horses In ndvnnco nt Hoopu
loa, wero taken to thnt poll by tho
Klnnu. Others, who wero afraid that
the flow would prove to be too fnr otf,
Marcl on board. The dlxlanrn wns
ery ilrtepllvo nnd while Cnplnln Kreo
man estimated pretty correctly thnt
lho dlstnnco from the shiiro to tho flrn
wus nbout live mllca, others'thought It
wan (en or fifteen mites.
Hard Tramp Across A-a
Thc trip wnn n rather hard one from
tho ery start, nnd some turned hack
nftcr going n short way, thinking tha
It would bo ImiioBsllile to reach tho
flow In tho allotted time. Tho rent
pressed onwnrds, and exen thn most
sanguine were agreeably surprised to
find that tho flro was only nbout four
miles from the ehore. Tho flint mirf of
the trip wns ncrns an old pahoehoe
How, which was comparatively cnuy
to wnlk across. The Inst stretch, how-
oer, was over a.4 rnthtr recent ,i-t
formation, which could lw nppttiprlatii
ly described only by tho colloqiiliil
term "benstly." However, when final
ly tho goal wiih rearhrd, over) una pro'
iioiinred it lo bo well worth doiihlo th-;
trouhlo taken In galnhiR It. Kmuk
Armstrong wns the first (lerum to
reach the flow, Mrs. Mnrshr.l wan tha
first hiily. She won a prlzo of $10 of'
tcred by Manager Kennedy for lb.)
first lady to get to tho flow.
In Front of the Flow
Tho excursionists saw thu flow ill
icclly from In front of It. It wna nbout
huir a mile wide, moving In an Irrcj-,
liar line, curving with bays nnd prom
ontorics, and rising from n height of
15 to 50 feet ii" front' whllo further
hack It wiih fully 100 fecf nbovo tin
old flow, over which It vita making "
wny, it waH very dlflKult to nay how
Inst lho musH-wns moving, mi nbout
forty-llvn feet nn hour would probably
bo a fnlr estimate. Some pai'B moved
fnater than itinera. Tho linn of lho
front was In nil angle of nhoiit IS
degrees to tho cnnit line.
Imagine a wall of grey stone, hnlf -
mllo wldo and extending back further
than tho eynjjun learh. -The mass Is
raiii nowd of stones, large ones and
small ouch, grey and red, and In tdindei
lietwecn thcuo (wo colors. This wull
is moving, slowly but Irrcslslnbly. Tha
stones tiimhla from the top, strike th'i
ones in their path, start an avalanche,
and lho flow gnlim n-fow feel. ThU
movement Is Inking plnco continuous
ly, at Kcvernl plnces nt once, nnd tho
din of the rolling rocks Is constantly
In )our enrs. Tho movement Is slow,
but roiHluuoiiR. The ndvnnco of thn
trenjnriouH mass of rock Impresses tho
onlooker with lho mysterious tllnhle
forco behind It, which Is moving this
c6loisal pllo forward, brokenly nnd lr
legulnrly, hut constantly onward.
And beneath nnd behind this dull
greyish-red mnstf Is a stream of liquid
fire. Ab a matter nt fact tho whole flow
is n whltchot, molten mass, with only
n thin coating of rock over It. Hero
nnd there where tho stones roll down
lho slope, tho molten rock, red and
P. E R. Strauch
f-urnlilied Sr, cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal. Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
tie, per m.
Jtut I iiu i uofc f tj iitnnviinuip nuiu
4 8. KING 8T. busy telling each oilier about their ox
JJrt'.''tt.ii,iiHt.,i.i. j'li, i .!., s-ui LL
I fluid, plows like n cascade of flro for 11
1 fnw moments, until thn contact with
lnc roI, nr rciuces It In the same dull,
brownish nnd grolsh tones of the Bitr-
An cnorinoiis grey builder 011 llio
lop of ()e C1K0 miilcrnilitecl. It
tvmgi nni( tnc interior Is red fire. Thd
tiotnched portion tumbles down the
lopCi rcnchCs the bottom, 11 ml U split
,,y tno mpnc,, throwing n shower of
., n al) ,rcct(),18. Tle thorJ
,, of lhe BtmiCi ,, lho ,p of lnp
ir., ,.. nn. ,.u 1.,.. 1i..1vm slow-
.. .- mnl. tumbllnc down
,lc n(.e of tie moving mass,
Tho lava flow Is tho product of nn
Inconceivable encrfiy, working' in Iho
bowels of the enrth, throning forth lis
tcrrllilo weapon of dcxtructloulth a
forco nrnlnst which the combined now-
rn ., waiCh t)C IP norK I1CN Of UB
strength, seeing the exertion of tho Are
f,odcss In her might, and he uninjured,
wife, nnd jiving to go forth nnd tell
tho tain to fcllowmen
Saw Flow Crossing Road
While the tnnln body landed nl l'uu
l'ele nnd hml tho front view of the
flow, n Binnll pnrty, i (insisting of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Geo. Hodlek, August Hum
!mrRi j, v. Wnldmn mid Mrs. l,nm.
wns tnken by tho Klnnu to Hoopuliu
where they had engaged n four-hnrio
lenm nnd xnddlchnrHfsJn ndvnnco
wlrclcRB. This party saw n different
part of tho flow, probably n point 1(1
hiIIch higher up than the front Keen hy
tho nil.ln body, nnd returned to the
stenmcr, which picked them up nt
about 6 p. in., full of enthiislnsm over
thc wonderful Rights which thcy hml
Wo traveled about 10 miles down
tho Government road," said one of the
pnrty, describing (ho trip. "There wo
hnd In stop. The lava flow had crossed
tho road' nnd 'hnrred It completely. It
wns about- 30 feet high, twho ns high
ns n telephone jiole which stood near
it. It wiih about a mllo wide, but wns
no longer red hot.
"Krom tho rond we went up nlong
tho flow nbout one and n half miles. It
formed four separate ledges. There
were two high ones on enrh side, evi
dently the edges of the flrat flow, which
l.nd left n hollow place In tho middle.
In this hollow the second flow jnn, and
Its edges formed two smnllcr ledges,
Insldo of nnd jmrnllcl with tho outer
ones, rinntly between tlm. two Inner
ledges the present lava stream was
growing. Wo stood on iho outer ledge,
which wag cooling, hut It was still so
hot thnt whero we throw paper on It
Molten Lava Lake
"!)oklng inaiika from this isilut we
could sco a lakn of inMten lava, red
hot nnd seething. Krom tho lower end
of It a rnsrado of fire, nlMiiit 1.10 feet
wldo nnd with n drop of 200 to 300
Icet was rushing down a rnpld Ini'llii'-'.
In both the lake and tha rasendu tho
lava was In such rapid motion that no
crust had time to form, and ris a con
sequence the surfnee wns constantly
liquid nnd nt a red heat. At tho bot
tom of tho cascudo tho slope wns moiu
gentle and tho flow of tho lava le.ta
I lipid. Here tho formation of clinkers
begnn, nnd tha big masses of stona
tumbled and Jostled In tho flro stream
llko Ico floes In tho hrenklng up of u
fiver. A little further down the crmt
envcloed the entlro stream, so that flro
could only bo seen shining Intermit
tently between tho cracks, l'lnally
there seemed to he some obstruction In
tho flow, for only nbout one-fourth of
(lip mass flowed Miuth in Ilia main
flow, Tho rest shot off In a Jimiich,
which was making Its way across thn
Inner ledge on tho Hoopuloa side, when
Big Forett Fire
'Whllu wo wero watching tho (low
a rouo formed, When It began It was
no larger than a big rock, but it soon
roso to a height of C feat. Abovo
tho cascade and tho Inko, nbout two
miles niiiuka of Iho latter, which, wo
figured, was at nn elevation of fiuOO
feot, or about ten miles from the coust,
a great forest flro was raging.. It was
working along at a treniondo'us rate
towardH Kallua. Tho trees scorned to
btnzo up and perish In n second, and
tho flamcH rose about 150 feet. Tho
flro and mnoko hid from us entirely
tho lava flow abovo It, and wo could
not a ven guess how fnr wo weru from
Those dllferent vlows of the flow
benrs out Iho routontlnii of several of
those who watched tho flro r'nrcfully
through glasses from tho stoamulh,
when they arrived. Thb lower rim of
flro rou Id bu plainly Boen. This was
visited by tho main body. Tha Inko of
flro, soon hy tha Hoopuloa party, was
also visible from tho dock, hut still far
above this was another bright point.
Whether this wns tho crater whero
thn flow originated or simply another
llko tho one liotow, 'It wiih Impou
slhlo to say. It Is ptohnbto that tho
flow originate art stated before, near
Pohnkuohaunlel, nbout twenty to twen
ty.flvo miles from Iho Coast.
Ustleenlng D. H, Hitchcock, th-i
lUlntcr. who had Inkbn some sknlehea
from thn froiit of Iho now, loft tho
bolt at Hoopuloa with J. D.,Caitk, It
being their Intention to see the lake nf
fltvi TtiA enai rt tttn hnun&hivarB u'Ai fi
liorlenceB, tliiitiKh nil wefo more or
lens tired, nnd nt an early hour nil
wore sleeping tho satisfied sleep of tho
In tho morning tho sea wns Mill
smoother than on tho outward trip.
At about S o'clock tho Moloknl light
house point wnn bccii In tho dlstnncn
from tho Klnnil, whllo tho Manna Loa
was nhenil of her. Tho Mnunn I.oa
leached tho wharf nt nbout 1) n. 111. nnd
tho Klnnu hnlf nn hour later.
Nothing could rcnlly hnvo liocti moro
successful than this excursion. In nil I
thlnRs of which the Intcr-Islnnd Com-
pany nnil control llio lCRt possible wns
done, nmt even the went her seemed to I
hnvo hecn made to order. On both
steamers n spirit of friendliness, kind
liness nnd helpfulness wns manifest,
which made travel most ptensnnt. Tho
officers of both boats, tho company
ofilclals with them, exerted themsehes
to Ilia utmost to mane overytningicox. John C. l-ano. Miss V Athcrtnii,
pleasant. Admiral Heckley deserves
especial credit, ns ho managed with
his usual splendid skill to make over)'
one comfortable In spite of thn fact
that tho boat was crowded. Cnptnln
Ficpmnn was much thnnkcif hy tha
passengers, ns hH correct estimate of
tho distance from tho flow to tho sea
made tho (rip up to It possible for all
Captain Slmerson's genial hospital
ity (undo tho passengers feel nt homo
on his flngshlp. All In nil. out of (ho
grant crowd of pnssengcrH not n slnglo
kicker was discovered; everyono was
vntlsflud with tho trip nnd satisfied
with whrit ho hnd seen, nnd oncn ami
every member Is now n promotion i
committee, booming tho trip to tho
lava flow for all he Is worth.
To how their appreciation of lho
good treatment given them by the ln-ler-lslnnd
Co.. n committee of the pnv
hengcrs on the Mnunn ljnn drnfted tho
following resolution, which they pro-
Honolulu, .nn, 29, wot.
Tho passengers of lhe Mnuna Urn on
lis pxrnrslnii trln to the Volcano, wlah
to express In (his manner, their HinnUa
to Mr. Kennedy for his Kindness nnu
consideration In cnnbllng (hem to wit
ness one of the grcntcst wonders of thc
Ills efforts to And nn nccesslhle land
ing; place nnd his excellent enre of tho
pnsfcngcrH, were highly nppreciaieu
nud they cannot recommend too high
y the services of tho lntcr-lslnnd
Steam Navigation Co.'s officers and
I T. PECK.
J. A. MrCANDI.KSS.
ST. CI.AIP. HHXIOOI).
J. 8. MeCANDI.KSS.
On the Klnnu no such happy Iden oo
i urrtit to nnyone, but Norman 13.
(ledge, who represented (he office on
that stenmcr, certainly deserved ono.
THOSK ON nOAItl).
Dr. Sinclair, K. A. Ilatchclor. J. II.
Hatehelor, K. J. Hint. A. II. Smith. Geo.
Hlchardson, Master W. Ahrcns, V.
Schmidt, i:. fi. Smith, K. J. Watcrnmu.
O. O. Hurtled. O. J. O'Neill, Jas.
Hnughton. II. It. Huston, It. Valentine,
O II Whlthr-v Do Witt Olbson. M "ii. '" m up nnioiiinu, Mia-
w';w?w.TiK ?,,bur",H- T,"cn ro,lmvo" :m
U Cutting. Miss I. Cook. MIsh l'i " peoplo-clergymon, peda-
l rlianUni Miss W Ahrcns Mrs C. "!"B10', SonntorH and IleprusenlnllwH.
. 1 1 i . L, Mls' v p urns Mrs1 ,"""ltlm' '"". lunns and farm
J Itlchnnlsoii. Mlsa K. & -nn. Mw.., ttWnuy
7W"J:?!Z "' Volcano Stnhles relieving
J. II. IVirteoiiH, Mrs. II. llcldford, Mas
ter Iteldford. Miss (llrard, Mrs. IlodlcK,
MIsh Oerti, Miss A. Mnefnrlnne, Mrs.
Unix. Mrs. II. 0. Noonnn. Miss M.
(Iracc, Mlm II. C. Smith, MIsh S. Mc
UIii, Miss loci-tl,, N. K. (ledge, K.
Khtmp, J, Krankcl. K. C. Smith, O. .
Webber. K. ILAndcrson, Miss K. Molr,
MIsh U Molr. Miss K. Illshop. W. Me
l)oiRall, A. McDougall, Miss von Coov
cr, MIsh I. Iiw, Miss II. liw, K. W.
Wood, J. H. Donagho, Mostcr Dow,
Mlsa A Judif, Miss M. Mossninn, Mlh!
V. Illicit. A. Ilumhcrg. J. W. Wnldron,
0. Hodlek, K. U Cutting, I. C. Hall. C,
h. King, O. 0. Ilallenlyne, F. A. Potter,
W. J. JelTcrs, J. A. Wilder, I). II.
Illlrhcock, Mr. I.yser, W. Slnglehiirst,
(Ico. Angus, Judge Perry, 11. C. Carter.
Mlsa M. Hlnck, Miss E. I). Short, MUs
Dodge, U C. I lowland. ( T. Kilts. J. S.
Heed, MIsh M. (1. Ilordeu, Mrs. II. H.
Cox, Mm. i:. J. Iird. Frank Arm
strong. F. C, Smith, K. (). White, Mr.i.
II. James, Miss Kntou, MIsh M.
Schmidt, Mrs. A. h. Soule, Visa R
Mills, M..J, Illsscll, II. Cartwrlght, Jr.,
Dr. W. 0. Hogcrs, 8. II, Derby, Miss
James, Miss A. Dow, MIsh M. Dow,
II. II. Williams, Miss Fltzmnrrls, Miss
II. Morgan, Mrs. U O. Marshall, V. K.
Tenney, T. 8. Hall, II. II. Jungclaus,
W. H. Mclnerny, W. J. Nell, Dr. U-T
Mcars, Miss K. Cross, Miss M. Ilcaue,
Miss Ingcrsoll, J. I). Castlo, F. It. Dam
on, A. V. Ornr, J. Iuls, J, Williams,
K, Wilcox, M. A. Hoblnson, J, S. Sharp,
W, II. Campbell, Miss Ncumnn, A.,8
Wilder, t. M. Crchore, U pctrlc, Mri,
JnmcH I.yle, James I.yle, Geo. Castle,
II. l'nrker, M. Akaha, Mrs. M. E. Nlch
ols, F. M. Hoblnson, Mrs. D. J. Reld,
J. R Ixiw, Mrs. J. S. Uiw, Oeo. Hodlek,
!. C. Martin. K. Martin, Mrs. F. J.
I.lndemann, Miss M. I Soleman, Mas
ter Ilallcntync, II. W. Kinney, II. H
Tonillns, K. Illchurds.
Those on hoard tho Maunn txia weie:
J. A. Kennedy, J. M. Dowsett, J. 8
McCnndloas. I). P. H. iBonborg. J. A,
.Miuaiitlloss, J. c McCundlcsB, Dr. (',
IJ. Wood, T. Peck, Cecil Iliown, F.
5. Lyman, Mrs. F. 8. Lyman, W. W.
Thayer, II. Segclkcn. Dr. L. II. Horn
inwuy, Mrs. U II. Hemenwav. Miss V.
" Hemenway, W. L. Castle, Miss C. 0.
Iiottel, MIsh M. Leslie, 0. Iliiyer. (1.
Illssluger, Mrn. Sam Johnson. .1. Hov
er, M.a J, L. Wliine, Miss M. P. Win
ho, c. It. Ferris, M. M. Johnson, It. W.
t'mllh, A. Mtnr)do, it. l.emkc, H. n,
Cooper, .Mlsn a. J. Hnrtwell, ftUs. J
Illartwcll, W. O. Ilarnhnntt nnd wlfc.lglow wns pl'nlnly visible. Yc
Miss M. Stnlder, Miss M. McCandless,' this branch of tho flow Rot ah
Mnsier Wood, F. L. Dowsclt, C. II. Mc-lfeot below tho Tond, when It nppar
Nnlly, J. It. Inrls, Miss M. O'Hrlcn, il.'ently stopped, scendng to dlo out, but
L Hudson, .Miss K. McCarthy, Miss i: lonly at Us snout did It apienr to ho
frutlcr, Mrn. O. Cnrlson, Miss I). Sutler,! dead. Along Its side nenr tho road, wo
Mist E Home, Miss K, noscnbatior.'llt our cigars in the glow, hauled nli't
Miss M. Tonmls, Mrs. P. Krear, It. A. Iicd-hot nn from Its flntlka nnd colored
(J. (llles, V. A. tlreenttcll. .1. 8. K.' pieces of coin on them. Wo pnsscd
CushliiRhnni. II. C. Kennedy, MIrs l;
P. Mohrn), A. R. llallcy, J. II. True,
Miss M. II. Aucrhofh, Miss M. McCor-
tlston, K. A. Wlckett. V. W. Wlchmnn,
Miss Jessie Kennedy, S. C. Kennedy,
j. n. Kennedy, MIrk M. W Angus, Miss
j, Angus. Mlsa I:. Angus, Mrs. 1'. II.
Angus, Mlsa J. Ontitt. A. W. Perkins, I
K. 3. Winter, II. C Hill, .1. J. Hurt, C.
I). Wright, it. r. IloKinrr. I lllackmnii,
St. C. nidgood, Mr: Owens. MIbs Me
' Andrew, Irn Wells. 8. II I'etrle. Mrn.
A. Ilordeu. .1. II. C.nx. I' II tlnnum. t'.
j. Hiilchlns, wife and daughter, J. M.
.lack Miens, Miss A. Dreler, MIsh
Ithodes. Mrs. J. It. Ilorgstrnm, II. H.
Kplndlc, Miss (llrard nnd Joseph Mc
Kay HKNIXY W. KINNEY.
FLOW BY ONE OF
(lly Chrlstlnn Andrews)
Wnlolilini, Knu, Hawaii, Jan. Ifi.
History lion, by n queer coincidence,
lepeated It'solf very strikingly on this
cry (Into. It Is a. (natter of tnct thnt
twenty yenrs ago today (ho K.th of
January, that Dm '87' Kan eruptions
started. Today tho old fndy Is cover
ing up her obnoxloiiH omlt of Just
twenty )enis' standing.
Today sho Is celebrating (ho 20th
anniversary of her rosnl gift of Infernil
concoction, fresh from tho buwclH of
Onnto s Inferno, by a pyriilechnlcal ills
play (hat beggars description. Twenty
yenrs ago sho wound up her diabolical
reception, went Into mourning nnd
kept nn ominous Silence nt tho death
of Iho much-lamented I'rlnccsH I. Ike
Last Krlday morning, Iho 11th Inst.,
thncks or a rotary motion weru foil nt
almost regular InterMils. Tho day be
fore, several thumps wero llkowlso
ten. i iicsn shocks, on account of their
j rotary motion find frequency, caused
lJUS oll forebodings. They were tho
harbinger of trouble. Tho sequel will
ihow that our prognostications wero
correct., Wero these shocks caused
by Mndam Polo's fiery train rushing
through tho bowels of tho earth. In u
uibtcrrancaii passage, from her Iihihih
Ing pavilion at Kllauea to her winter
resort at Mokuaweoweo? At any rata,
tho 'quakes censed, all but ono moro
vicious thump which apparently forc
ed nn opening through tho lower wnll
On tho following day, Saturday, an
Intensely lurid glare was seen on tho
summit, which lit up Wnlohlmi, Nan
tho tension' by suppl)lng their Nualeliii
agent with fifty additional horses. Vu-
hides or any nnd every description
woroi out for hlro to thu highest bid
der. Hundreds of pedestrians wero
met day and night on or from their
Your humble coriespondent wns out
loth on thu Hth and 1Mb lusts. In this
motley coHmopolltau proceaslon. All
wero hound westward on their way
out, passing old Col. Sam Norrln'
ranch at Kahiiku, Ihcnco through thu
flow of IRfiS. Tito hceun or tho racket
was about nine uiIIch west or Wnlo
lilini. I admired (he multitude, somu of
them footing tho lilno miles and thu
ramo hack again to do homagu lo tho
Supremo Ilelng In this Ills latest
grand and nwa Inspiring creation. This
crowd woulif out make ten steprt to
ailorii Him oncn a week, In Ilia
churcheH, and now Ho forces them,
nolens villous, to ride or fool eighteen
miles dally simply to pay Him hom
ago, whllo He In a video much moro
nwful than lho thunder nnd lightning
of old, now from tho summit of our
Hawaiian volcano, Bays! "Slnnur, be
hold and tremble, for I nm tho Lord
thy dod." .
Hero ono unintentionally makes an
net of adoration, saying; "This Ih
damn lino," whon really this was only
a lapsln linguae; what ho meant lo
bonvcy wns: "How admirable nro Thy
works. D I.onl" Alinthrtr nun unu
licurd to say; "This Is as hot as hell";
ho unwittingly made nn auto da fo,
Ha expressed his belief In an unhappy
heroaftor for tho wicked.
Thoro wero (hreo flows In nldonco,
being all of lho a-a composition. Tho
nearest ono hnd not yot reached thu
tiovcrnntotit road. This one was mov
ing nt tho rnto of nbout flvo feet an
hour. Thero was no motion of tho
glowing mass vlsltilo, hut moving It
was, for ovory now- and then lho out
ermost ci list would peel off nnd fall
to tho ground, making a noise much
llko many bottles being dumped from
,h height to tlm ground. Then ngaln
tho nolso, resulting from Iho pooling
eft of the crust, sounded like tho
ilenlh-rnttle or u humnn hellig,
From the summit, right below tho
clouds, try descending streams wore
plainly visible red hot l'onR and wldo
streams. From the sides where tho
crust wns continually falling off i, the
-... ., . ,',.- ..Jfi-Tr VniJi.
nroiind the snout of tho treacherous
monster, moving, ns stntcd nliove, at
thu ralo of nboul flvo foot nn hour.
Wo wero ngaln on rho rond with tho
flow between us nnd Wnlohlnu. ThU
hrnnch wns nboul fifty feet ldo over
tho road, hut hundreds, osslhly thou-
ndB, of feet wldo nhovo tho rciad
Yesterday wo went a hit farther to
the second branch. I saw that It had
divided Itself from tho first branch
about inn feet nboo the road. Thin
second hrnnch did not get nny fnrlhor
than our first flow. It had crosse W
tho road at right ntiglcs nbout COO feet
from tho first. It wns much hottc
Ihnli tho first flow, but tho bent be
tween Iho two flows was somothlng In
tolerable. Until lho first and second
branches were nlsmt twenty feet high.
I now nindo up my mind to go nn.l
Investigate tho third branch, which In
reality was the first one to cross thn
load. It wns a red-hot glowing mast
on tho top of a ridge, inoilug visibly
l.ut exceedingly stow. It should bu
homo In mind that these three branch'
es wero nil n-n flows nothing llqull
about them. I had left my party nl
the first branch whllo I was Hearing
this third one partly hidden from
icw by Iho second one. Several of
another parly got thero ahead of me.
Tho heat was suffocating, qulicrliig
i,boc the flows most violently to a
height of fully forty feot.
At thlR Juncture I wns In n reverie,
absorbed contemplating thu lerrlbln
sight before me, when nil of a suddou
t was roused from my meditation, hf
calls nnd yellH nnd violent motions
from my party lo coma back quick to
where they were, for thero wns some- t
thing terrible coming. Whnl almost .
caused mo delirium trenvena wan to
see cvcr)onc nl the' first flow making
a break for Wnlohlnu. Was I to bo
cut off by a now flow, between Walo
hlnti and myself? Had tho apparently
dead monster (lho first flow) resur
rected; I said what 1 then considered
my last pro) it. I cast ono moro
glmico nt tho first flow (which I hnd
to round In order to gel to tho rond
for Wnlohlnu), There I beheld what
then npponred to mo two marble Btat
lies (two natives) gazing Intensely be
hind mo nt thu third flow. Out of mcro
Instinct 1 also turned to look lo ascer
tain the object of tho stonc-llko gazo
or thoso fellows. Well, tho sight that
I then beheld nindo oery liono in my
poor dog-skin rnttlo. It mado my, hair
"stand on end llko quills uxu thc fret
ful imrcuplne." That third flow (glow
lug nnd moving but hardly visible)
was straddled hy a terribly swift-flowing
molten liquid lava flow straddling
tho third flow, which, as I started
abovo. Is on a sharp ridge. Hiding nt(
tho rata of a mllo In flvo minutes nnd
earning Immense boulders In Its livid
current, never leaving the rldgo for a
moment. Water will seek Its level,
hut liquid lava has not. on this occa
sion. That Hindu tha rov.it inako ii
hco-llno for Walohlnu.
I forgot that I n lame with fear.
I put about and ) oiled ror all 1 wns
worth. nlwnyH thinking lho while,
"Now whnl In creation should prevent
this furious monster from following
tho very common law of nature, and
tninu down (hat rldgo Into tho gully
after mu only nbout 300 feet awny?"
After getting to nn apparent placo o
snrply nud with trembling hand tr)liu"
Miionthu Iho porcuplno quills on tho
(dp of my head, and after steadying;
nerves, rattling hones and everything
else concerned, I onco moro faced that
Inilnsrrlhnhlo monster In Ub Insane
rush for u cooling soadiath and ad
dressed It thusly; "(let thou hencb,
Hntnn, and tuny tho blessings of Ood
alwajH bo after you nnd nnvor over
tuko you." Aftur getting on n llttlo
further on thu rond towards homo,
"Katie Kl)cr" was hidden from vlow;
hy Iho first nnd second flow. 1 thoro-
iiKin registered n very emphntlc prom
Uo to mnku mysolf very iscnrco In that
CAPT. GODFREY PASSES A WAV J
James Ii. McL-nn received a ca'de-
grain yestcr-ay announcing the deoll
of Captain William U. Godfrey
The passing of Copt Godfrey closet
tho career of a' mrn who wih so satur
ated with energy md husinesi project
that, to uso his own words, he wiih too
busy to sleep.
Fur twenty-one )car Capt. Godfrey
wns Identified with the Interest of
Honolulu. At the ago nf 3!i io engaged
with T. It. Foster & Co., the founder)!
of tho l.-I. 8. N. Co. Helng u master
mariner of no menu ability he was
chotcn to bilng the Hist slcamcr"ct
the I.-I. 8. N. Co., thc James McKce,
to theso islands. About seven yearn
ago Capt. Godfrey removed to Bau
Francisco nnd engaged In business
there. Of late years he has hctn Iden
tified with thc Doolo Shipbuilding Co..
located at Oakland, across tho bay
Irom San FranclBco. At.the tlmo ON
his death ha was ono of the directors
uf that company, Vice-president Ve
Lean Bays thnt tho captain's passing
was quite calm and neacetu..
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