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481 nillri ami )r( llifie wcif Inolileiiia Dial
lent Inlnni nml humor even In a drtwpllc
Oiir train lift OaVIsihI at . i, M., and In jII
the Irnnlli uf the lili I Imini'il there Mere hut
twu ln'lilng ilacn fur menU. of almiit twenty
nilnutft D.nli, At the fiHt, Lithmp, the train
ttoppl alBiul eljtit o'clmk fr illimcr itmlil
an Iminemc dntfr of ciinC' nn,l tielU, and
luutfnt liy runncii for rival hotel), ullh
(liinlni; torchci ami Inlf ratei irneUlmeil from
the homo acruti the atitel to attract the hungry
travrllrr, rcinlmlcil one of lh ill" nf a ClilncK
theatre. 1 lie next comical eiilence wm at
mlilnti;lil ai tint train tloppeil at I'ren'i where
a ploihlini: Chlneie craps peihller entered the
ear and proclaimed the i;ood quilltlei of hit
product a "fine (jlape, heap nveet." Now I
had heard of fruit being "golden In the morn
Imr, illver at noon and lead at nlht," hut
here wa n variation that rendered It "heap
iwect" at midnight.
Ilefore ilaylltit we leached the celebrated
Tehachapl I'iu, made memorable by the teril
hie accident a yetr or two ago, when n run
away train dathed down the tteep Incline, nor
itayeit In courte till destruction wrought
mttery and death to many hclplcM mottali
Jutt ai Ilia' i;ray ttrcaki of light heialded
another day we leached the tummlt atation
and then li;an the deicent among a net work
of mountain topt where the road formed a
loop, crtmlnc iticlf In 10 ihott a tlUtance a lo
coke wonderment at the engineering ikllt dlt
played In It eonitrucllon. At tlih elevation n
norm of a few diyi prcvlout hid covered
everything with a mantle of know. An the mil
rote and ihed it gltttenlng rayi on the mow.
clad liranchet of treci and hill aides, or ren
dered the icicle more transparent a we k
past them, we were treated lo a sight more
glorious than any pen picture can poitray,
Nature' froren tears decked cites, fence rails
and lealless branches most liberally, while the
telegraph line looked like so many wires of
ghu. The air was crisp and bracing, and
rendered Individual motion so much a necessity
that on a short stoppage of the train a number
indulged their snow balling propensities quite
M alioul 9 o'clock, A. M,, we reached the'
Mohave station, where stbppige for breakfast
was announced. Mohatc Is a place that has
striven agVmst fate for an clslcnce,having twice
been burned to the ground within .1 shoit time.
Its last fire, occasioned by a freight car ex
plosion, took station, hotels, and business
places and left but few- habitations to shelter
the unfortunates till they could rebuild I
noticed one hotel being pushed forward
rapidly while a'rough-board shed supplied us
with a temporary dining room. A few cars,
aside the track, served as ticket office and
depot lor the railroad business done at this
point. On the return trip I found the Irame
work of a large structure for the station already
up, but the dsy following It was levelled to the
ground by a "bltstard" not uncommon to this
section of country. This is the pint where the
new southern line by way of the Needles joins
with the S. I. R. K. Mo'uve proaiisss to b: an
important station, but it has the unfortuate dis
advantage that everything required has to be
brought lo It.
Continuing our journey we passed through a
long stretch of level, sandy country, but barren
of all vegetation sac stunted cactus, though
quite a sariely of thit thirstlesj and spine
armored plant was 10 be seen. This was the
famous Mohave Desert. ll;yond this we came
into another mountainous section in which
were a number of charming locations that were
gathering settlers from sarious parts of the
country, who were entering enthusiastically
into the deselopinent of their new homes, that
in time would prove important suppliers of
freight to the railroad that doubtless induced
Ere reaching Los Angeles, e pissed through
the Santa Clara Valley, or creek rather, for In
lealny the road ran along the bed of this creek
till the winter of iSSj, when freshets caused so
many wash-outs as to damage the roai and de
lay trains that cost the railroad compiny over
a million dollars to tepilr. The new road
through this section Is now carried along (me
side of the creek, at a good height, and having
a aescral substantial iron bridges with solid con
crete abutments which make it now the best
constructed section of railroad in the state.
At the end of this stretch of rod we pass
through the San reinando tunnel, the longest
on the line, and emerge at .1 sttikingly pic
turesque bend on the west or ocean side of the
San Fernando range, near the proposed Tu
junga park, some twenty-six mjlei north of Los
Angeles, l'roni thk point into the city are
almost continuous tTidences of cultivation of
grain, fruit ttee or tines, and as the city is ap
proached we run along for some distance and
cress over the fine stream that supplies not only
the needs of the cit), bit of tha adjacent fruit
The train leached Los Angeles station at
aijor. xi., and notwithstanding the din of
tit at runners with "flee coach" inducements to
the St. hlmo, St. Charles, Giand Central,
Cosmopolitan or United Slates Hotels, or 1'ico
House. 1 leisurely slewed the surroundings to
satisfy m) self as to the extent of an agreeable
dUapiulnliucnt, 1 had pictured the "city of lb
angels" as located in a Icvil stretch of count.)
similar to San Jose, but found instead that it
bad lolling hills on two sides la the north
' and west tnal relieved it rnateiially, while
tit let 11 miles to the north-east ran the Sierra
Madre ami Santa Ana ranpe of mountains, and
about the unit distance west (he 1'jcific ocean
washed its shore. This then Is one of the
secrets of the reputed excellence of Los
Angeles clioiatc. The mountain range presented
no attractive features being gray and 1-arien,
escept the tops which were covcrctl with snow.
At k bate of this fange lay Uighhnd, Pau-
k Mid. the famed Sleua Madre Villa.
rin' m 1 ' isinis nf llii -I fluids II id,
..11 Maui Hit. 1 Wixiftl iny wraiyilr wlifli-tli-nn
I m. ami a well ..i)lii-. labia at fi-utt
l 30 to $1. 50 per day atliatt many ftnm
lli innie stylish, Infante nwer rauMHIiintit
light nppmlle, lli St. I'.lmn, Umlng my
lf aonif )ut ami gelling a few tolnn at the
wind time I tlailetl (ml, In spy mil lli land
I 'fM"d well I.1I1I ml elly, wllh ttrertt fir
lh mml MitaliIght nglMinliif a gwlwMlli,
and cflieilng tn atM much laiger than I liil
fipflnl In find, liimigii mi Inquiry lain I
ImmihI that it rlalmtd a piipiilallfin iif JJ,"".
Its pllne lpl lnislnes litiim,lMnk, liilelt and
IftwiMiifr nlfifrti ar Urge ami fine dtildtlngt,
many of Idem comparing favorably u It h San
Vianrlaru even, I.IVr In Oill.itnl, I f.iiind that
(midlines In this plari were Inninl " dlntVs"
and at a nilf ImV the name 1 f the owner 1 of
wMh tlic Itaktr lllotkand Nadrau lllnck
wniidl iln f letlll in nldfi and more wealtdy
elllea, Iw Ang'l stiert, on wdlrli the petti
im wtinlrwili-lioutniinil latlmln airliKalfd,
Is III widest rl In llm will ptoie to Iw tei
lit elly wlt.it Matkrl strrrl It to Han I'r.intluo.
Main sliet I Is the pilmlMl biialnrM Ihoroiigh
fate, ami for several din, ksKprlng street equals
II In attiaellveiiest and tiavil dark and foilh.
Ihe rnleipiUe nil fund dy piivale cltlent In
ide eietilnn uf sued dnslnem dollars as I found
puis 1 lie putilli buildings id thf city and ruunty
(ai duck Into the daik ages, with the eicep
llnli nflli kIiixiIs, Id dlgh scliutil of Idle
city as 11 Isu the recently esladllthdl drancd
ttate nniiii.il tcdoot air rmlilematlc nf t lie en
teipilse and fmralglii of I Angelant, The
ehuiches ate fine and commodious edifices,
most uf them of wood, and situated at enn
vtiilentillilaucrsi pilnclpsllyun I'mt like milt
stiecl. A laigc number nf elegant retiiiencrs,
tonic wllh spacious giniih.li, aie sculleied
through thr lily and its submits but the
dllfciciicc In the stale (if culllvaliuu nf said
giouuds ns cntiipareil with similar residences
proslmale In Kan I'ranclscu or Oakland was
quiet marked. Tdeie was little in tde way uf
llowcr, pailcrre or landscapr gardenln, es
peclallt for place wdote mild climate das deen
deiadUd load pails of Clulstenilom fnilt
eultiiie being carried atiiKjsl In the deaith'
stone, oianges laigrly piedomlnatlng, I would
not ay that Ihcy had no lloweis, else .Mrs. (1.
A, llowaid(nce Mist llessle Dickson) and
Mit. Dr. Ilagan would de mailing dack pin
tests lo tde 1'iess at my lack uf appreciation l
tdclr attractive Jiome suiioundings, dut t do
say tdat a little more caie and attention to Ide
llower garden would add largely lo the attrac
lions already olstlng,
'1 he old portions uf Iah Angeles, that Is,
Spanish town and Chliia-town, nrequilc a con
trait to the new section. There the old adode
buildings with their Hat roofs tells of the by
gone dayt, where ignorance, indolence and
superstition ruled, and where cntciprite was
Los Angeles, llle San Jose, Is lit by elec
tricity, baling about fifteen masts each with
four electric dgdts now provided, anil some
eigdt or ten more projected. Tills makes tlte
cit) a moving mass of duimnlly almost nightly,
the hpanith clement delighting in their nightly
strolls with meisy song or excited jabber. A
number ol them arc evening hucksters of edi
bles, calling " icc-crcnin" during the summer
and "lomalcs," dining the wintrr mouths. As
the toiuale Is a preparation In which CI11I1
pepper forms a principal pan, its appropriate
ness as a winter disli will readily de acknow
ledged. Speaking of winter months reminds
me that I experienced colder weather than I
expected to find In a "land whose climate
demanded $150 an acie," on account of Its
"peifectlon." I met a noon temperature of
16", the nights ranging at least 16 less in the
level portion of the town, though the hill resi
dences enjoyed a mure uniform range. On
Inquiry as to the range nf temperature through
out the year I learned that their summers
were much hotter than ours, reaching at times
loy, and it is on record tliat tlicy once hail tt
as low, In winter, as 2S'. .
I met several Islanders and visitors who
took away with them pleasant memories of
Kainehamcha land. The ladies already named
and id Ir husbands hid many kind enquiries
to niaUc relative to friends and changi Here.
Dr. 1 lagan has an office in the Nadcau lllock,
and a comfortable residence with good yard
roam on Spring street, centrally located. Mr.
A. II. Spencer I aUo met and found him
looking well and as natural as when he used to
make his occasional visits to Honolulu from
Makawao. He has imested considerable in
fruit land adjoining the city, besides several
parcels of business and residence property in
the city itself. Mr. Harding.whom some Hono
lulu and Ililo readers of the l'rcss will remem
ber as having tried some two years ago to serve
the interests of Onomea Plantation and the
tsan Francisco Chronicle at the same time, is
occasionally in town, being located in one of
thr growing places adjacent. I met scleral
others whose stay at the Islands, though brief,
was long enough to give them an abiding
aloha and interest n us. This much for first
impressions ; in my next paper will be given
the result of Investigations and inquiries, relat
ing more particularly to its business interests,
Industries and outlook.
T. G. T.
Honolulu, February 32, 1SS5.
In Jfrmorj of Mrt lAiwtU Smltth
The service at tde llcthel-Union Church last
Tuesday afternoon, memorial of the late Mrs.
Lowell Smith, was doth touching and impres
sive. I ne pulpit hail lMn drapetl In black
and decorated with canTdlict and older white
flowers,. On the hangings back of the pulpit,
In delicate floral lettering, were the Initials of
Mrs. Smith's mine and the dates of birth and
ilcath. The church was well filled, chiefly by
the lidics so intimately associated with Mrs.
Smith In the multifold good works ol which
she was so long and so actively a participant
The service opened with a hymn.
A ptiliu was read.
Resolutions of rcsiiect, passed dy the Hilo
Jlranch of the Woman's Hoard of Missions,
Mrs. J. M. Cooke read u paper on Mrs.
Smith at a Musionory,
A memorial poem, written Ly Mis. M. C.
Kiltridge, of Hilo, was read by Mrs. V. C.
Mrs, 1- Uishop read a tribute to Mrs. Smith
on behalf of the Ilcthel Church and Sunday
Mrs. II. M, Whitney, read a memorial
paper on behalf of the Stranger's Friend
Mbj Nellie Fuller read a paper on Mrs.
Smith as a Teacher
Mis. J, M, Whitney lead a memorial paper
on behalf of the Women's Hoard of Missions.
Mr. Frank Damon offered pracr.
Mr. U. K. Dillingham and Kev. Lowell
Smith spoke feelingly, on behalf of the family,
of Ihe appreciation they felt at the mallei and
the manner of the sen ice.
It is probable that the various papers read
will be pabhshed in a memorial volume, or
else primed in a special edition uf the Friend.
Special attention is called to the professional
card of 1'. I', Gray, Homeopathic I'hyilcian,
who hat recently come among us and opened
an office In his residence, on Hotel street,
first door west of the Public Library building.
Hit office hours arc from 9 to It A. M. 2 to 4
r. u. and 7 to 8 r, at.
I n- I f uncial Vm Ilium's Inline hii
M'Hitlai night wi fairly M ate-it-M Ikil It
was In r vllwe tdat lhl ttimmimtly H nt
Hflnif wilnt mw vnl pntiMWiWlrn. lit
npVfr m suftiilne flow an aliiwk nf ami
grotl awl ilril InjHiller lo llios pnwN nf nr.
Imy In willed IWrtwii Hnttl ht glten wh
entliiishittlr pralto. Mnranvrr, id groat field
mer wliMi d wit ohll)t)l In lrv madt lilt
Icrlma so illKnittf m In pmiii.ta matnty
lint Id snivel insllrr pttnltil wat Inleirsl
and fiitsd In ni.iny In Id a.Htlmirr. It was i
llevnl dy toiulirs of liunior ami rmlaliid a
Imiiltniii Iwllmnnhl In IWetwir droti't
gmy In shaping the aedfiol system of Jaii,
Hi pirnuir iiin our rTiliinint ftf pietloiitly
pieMil mailer pievnlt any quotation fiftm
Ihr Ircluie. It Is xml1iln that the leelmer will
give an aremint of a Itlp Into thr Japan In
Inlor, I't-tt IfttMtt I'ltlitlrn,
f)ur new a.eillsmnl rnliiiHtH eontaln
some gl rea.lng---i do our obi.
Its-nil MMis, l.ynns ft 1-vry's irgulir cash
sale aniiwiiirmnrni tin the llilrd gr, lop nf
Mr. I". I', Admit will sell stimr vadiadlr
pieces of prrqierty neat Jtalunlay. See adver
ilmnfiit, tup of last column, secuiid page,
Mr. C. J, llardiu'a new adverlliemenl calls
alleiillon lo the ecellnfc nf hit wuik, the
irasonahlenrH uf hit chaigei and I lie prompt
ness with which lie fills unlris.
Henry May ft On., Foil llrert, have Jutt re
echo! per steamer Zealantlli, a large lot (if
exlta line New Zealand iotatoos. 'I he pota
toes me In keeping with Ml. May's general
slock, which It first class, sery complete, and
Messrs, II. Ilackfeld Si Co. call attention In
Ihric column lo line- sires of pilullng paper
and tomr colored poster piper Just received.
'1 hr firm has alvi received a large assurlnient of
new goods only 1 11 ihys from Ilreinen -In
which they Invite llie Attention of Ihetrnde,
Mr. C. II. Miles cnnlrlbutes to our adver-
lliliig colunns an Interesting iind valuable
csiiy on how so break horses, No one who
needs service llie that Mr. Miles proffers can
afford to lightly pass whit Mr. Miles says. It
Is good reading and good "common sentr."
Mr, !. It, Kerr, merchant Hllor, at No. 37
Merchant Street, has just received, per Marl.
lion, a large oisorlmcnl of goods direct from
the mmufacturers, personally selected and
bought fur cash, which he offers to sell At
twenty-five per cent less thin any house In
the trade." Purchasers wllldowcll lo examine
his stock before ordering elsewhere.
Ily reference tn our adicrllsing columns it
will be seen that Mr. George Cav.innagh, pro
prietor of the Amor House Dining Kooni, has
made pirmanenl arrangements lo supply his
" Uxcclslor" Ice Cream at his rooms, No, 78,
lintel street, where It will be served lo ladirs
and gentlemen, in first diss style, and furnished
for balls, parties and weddings, at reasonable
rates. Cream frotcn to order at sdort notice.
'1 he question das been asked, " Can a dea
con go the circus?" " Vet, until he's mirricd,
and then in most cases the circus conies to
him, " Now If any subscriber, deacon or
otherwise, wants to preserve perpetual peace
in the family, he ought to keep It supplied
with soda water and ginger ale from the Cry
stal Soda Works. That first-class minufac
tury his just put in a superior filter, assuring
the purity of all the drinkables it supplies.
Wealthy Mrs. Astor midci charity offering
of fifteen hundred dollars In honor of her,
son's marriage. This Incident furnishes the
first and only admissible argument in fa or of
polygamy. Hut the generosity of the wealthy
Mrs. Astor is not to be mentioned in the same
breath with that of the Pacific Hardware Corn
pany Dillingham & Co., largely Increased
on the old stand next to the drug store corner,
Fort street near Merchant. Go see for your
selves. " My poor fellow," asked'a man of a liv
ing skeleton at the San Francisco Dime Mus
eum, " Where have you been boarding."
Now if that unfortunnte had been living at an
establishment supplied by II. E. Mclntyre &.
llro., of this city, be would base been pretty
sure to fare well. For the goods of that well
ordered establishment arc so neatly and at
tractively supplied that few purchasers can re
sist them. Just now " Westphalia hams" are
the specialty, Imported direct from Germany,
by steamer and rail.
It is surprising that drain or sewer pipes are
not more cxtcnsiiely used on these islands.
As a unitary measure no premises or building
can be considered complete, in alt its appoint
ments, without proper drainage. Messrs.
Lewcrs & Cooke are now making a speciality
of keeping a large stock of drain pipe adapted
to the wants of the trade, and, also, have a
fine assortment of all kinds of tcrra-cotta-ware,
consisting of ornamental loses, flower pots,
etc., which arc all worthy of inspection. Cata
logues furnished on application.
Professor (to class in rhetoric) 1 "Young
gentlemen, why is It, do )ou suppose, that so
many persons erroneously use the preposition
inla instead of the preposition in" Bright
student ; " Probably, sir, on account of their
fnluitlie ignorance." The ignorance of no
planter concerning the excellence of the patent
filter presses for which Messrs. II. Ilackfeld &
Co., are agents can not be intuitive as an ad
vertisement In these columns announces their
great success at Lahaina and Kekaha Mills,
Go lo llackfclds' and examine them.
" Strange," remirked Mrs. Drown; " I have
rung at Mrs. Smith's door three limes this
week and I never succeeded in getting an an
swer. I expect the family is out of town-"
" Possibly," replied Mrs. Jones 1 "but Mrs.
Smith was telling me a few minutes ago that
she could tell your ring among a thousand I
Talking of " rings" reminds one that Wenner
& Co, hate a splendid collection of finger
rings to say nothing of kukui and shell
jewelry and one of the best-selected general
stocks of tilicrware and jewelry in town.
The attractive display in the art store of
Messrs. King Uros., in Ways building, on
King street, between Fort and Alakea street,
will well repay any visitor to enter and inspect
iheir elegant line of pictures, cronios, engrav
ings, photographs, etc., and make a specially
of nuking to order at short not!ce,pictureframcs
Ingreat variety of styles,and all styles ofcornlces;
having a line assortment of mouldings always
in stock and giving their personal attention 10
making them in an artistic manner. Pole car
riers In ebony and poinded black walnut with
futures all complete alo patent curtain
Haw did U.iiiarck come to make tuch a
mistake with his Parliamentary Discipline bill ?
The chancellor's head used lo be estremcly
level, but this time he U just a little nilxed i
and he wilt never be any belter until he gives
up using that vile acidulated stuff he dunks,
and uses soda water, This reminds ut that Mr.J.
W. HIngley, icccntly proprietor of the Pioneer
Cigar Factoiy, has now resumed business at
No. 84 King street, wheic you can find genu
ine Imported Havana, Manila, or domestic
clgait, 10 your liking also cigircttes, tobacco
said all the paraphernalia for iiuoVing. And,
111 Hi- tmr Mine gri a uj-i ,( K l la
wait r Wllh flavoring t-t ami dive dim 11 all
Ihr wvt-ii. Irsl In willed III Mat Nral-
If than sat was ienlly wlijeilnl, In iir lair
file, In lit biill'llnfl offwiiM dy Mr firotge
l, Itanpp, It ninedHlte firnrr llmt ldl
maVenfufn nan li fully nllnl iim On
lln ctlilmtnl fnmi Ihe tulm, this saf
tlmwnl Hi Intent dnt In whltli It had he'll
e)rJd, thr fmlef ihnatdlng uf Id dour Mug
warpul ami tin hindlra inelint off, On d'lng
iiKi.nl. al Mrtari. II. Mt,i A (Vs.. llie lurk
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ami roniMiiillun writ found In dr In lfrtt
nrnrr ami lis i-unirnn lomisiwn 01 Pi,'ini
uuh, luioli, iairra, elr, warn In ilrirl
atitlr. nf nrnrivallon, Mr. lUillip das slner
nrdtml annllier one of Mine ilrtj makr, Mr,
('. 0. Ilaigrr Is Ilia Honolulu agent for lhr
Mil, IflyMt-s ft, (Irani showed an admirable
lt It In declining to accept Ide munlficlrnl
offer uf Mr. Win II. Vanlltidlll, In liaiufer
m her tlr inmtgag given to I1I111 dy tde Gene
ral lo arcure id debt nf tljn,i) he owetl
Mr. Vaii.lridlll. Hut we ilmidt, If llidr dad
deen onenf lhr"l,lghl-iunnlng DonieslleMew.
dig MicIiIiim" among Ide nillilea idiittians
fencl, lint Mrs, Grant would hive refused lit
acceptance, at ll Is difficult for any lady to pari
with oiii! after having mice Irslnl lit nirillt,
Mr. Aiigu.liis I Minllli, No, Kj I'mt slrer, Is
agent for this world-renowned mvlilne and
keeps In slock, a full supply nf all kinds nf
machine needles, machine nil and ilumesllc
paper fashions, as well at an (Irgant osioil
nient nf glass and silver-plated waic, fane)
goods, King's cwnlilnallon spectacles, and eye
ghsirs, pockrt cutlery, Islnul views, etc, etc.
A llieatrkal iriansgrr who had a limited
purte, and cnnsrquenlly a limited company,
occasionally rniiiprlln! tunic ol the actoit lo
"doodle up" thai Is, lake, Iwo or more parts
In llie tunc piece, "I-mcattrr," de said, one
morning, addressing a very scrvlcradle mills-'
nun," you will have lo enicl thre parts In
''Ihe Silent I'iic to night -llcnb.rn, Un
cle Hill , and the Crusher ." Can't do ll , " re
plied Lmcastcr) "and I hope to de sand
pipcred If I try." " Vim can't do ll? Vou
won't do It? Wdy?" " llecaute ll ll Irnpos
sidle, "-returned lire Indignant aeiorj " no hu
man delng could playldose three parti at ihe
tame time. In the first scene of Ihe third act
twn uf them line a fight, and the third fellow
rushes In and separates them," Now thai
a prctly good story, hut If that actor hail been
breakfasting off some Dupee's ham, California
comb honey, Old Virginia sweet and sour
pickles and other good things from the store ol
CI111. Ilustace, King street, he would have
had courage to undertake any part.
Messrs. I', A. Schiefcr ft Co. have fmpor
ted a new kind of water filler constructed on
hygienic principles, and we advise our readers
to iuiprcl the slock. It Is made In Germany
and his the endorsement nf the following emi
nent autlntiiici, practical min and sanitary engi
neers : J. II. Hanker, Inspector of the Ham-durit-Amerlcan
Packet Line I'. A. Adle, I
H, S., chemist nf flic Woolwich Arsenal j
Professor Gahknnw, of the Marine Construc
tion Office, Dantig J Dr. Jean Habtlsle Chcval
Her, the eminent French chemist ; and many
others. 'I he filleting is d)ne through a globe
of pressed charcoal, is so rapid as to be almost
Instantaneous, and the filtcration is absolutely
perfect. Hut the great advantage of this filter
over most others is the ease wiih which It may
be cleansed. The charcoal globe is fitted to a
small pipe at the bottom of the water reservoir
from which pipe it may be unscrewed and all
the Impurities removed as li very fully ex
plained in the directions accompanying the
filler. Housekeepers and heads of household
will please remember our advice.
A buxom Irish girl was lately vngaged at
domestic servant. Ilridget had not been long
with her new mistress when one day she ad
dressed the lady thus : " And plaise ma'am
'would you mind askin' Ihe masther if he
would be to dill as to make a lither for Ihe
loikes of me?" Mistress; " You mean you
want a letter written for you? Can you not
write for yourself I" Hridget : " Nair a bit,
mi'am." Mistress : " Well, I will write
one for you if you will tell rite what you wish
to address." The letter war to her brother
Mick, and with some difficulty the lady got
her to explain what she wished written, and
the writing was done neatly, loo. At the fin
ish Hiidget wasnked if she wished to put
some closing words, such as your afTci&ualc
sister, or such tike. " Oh, no, tlmnkcWna'
am," replied Hiddy, "but, if you plaise, just
put ' Plaise excuse bad writing and spelling.'"
The point of this joke is that, the lady of
the hoase was not only educated but was one
ollhe inot elegantly dressed ladies in town,
always purchasing her dress goods of J. T.
Waterhouse at his No. 10 Fort street or Queen
IIonoiulu, February 21, 18S5,
There is but little new to present to our
readers this week in business Information, the
dearth of activity in traJe circles, to early fal
lowing the Chinese New Year observances,
being natural to a town where so large a pro
portion of the imputation are of that national
ity! consequently, auction business for the week
lias not been brisk.
Some inquiry and interest is observable In
real estate. Mr. V. Adams reported sales of
three of the Macfarlane lots recently placed in
his hands, at their advertised rates. The
Knudsen lots on the southern slope of Punch
bowl all found liujers at private sale.
In shipping matters we note Ihe arriyal of
the Claus Spreckrls fiom San Francisco with
the usual assorted cargo and tome choice live
stock ; alao the strimshlp Zcalandla from the
Colonies, with a small lot of freight for this
port, and the Ce)lon from Hongkong with
Chinese merchandise and lwent)-one passen
gers for Honolulu. The departuus since last
issue embrace the Maripovi, Hesper, Rosalind
and Dacca, all for San Francisco, with car
goes of domestic produce. The exports per
Mariposa were valued al $308,772,20 of which
hut $4,775.55 was foreign. The other vessels
look cargoes of domestic produce, saluvd at
$113,9.11.00, $4t,357-tJ. and $110,410.67 re
spectively, making Ihe total exports fur the
week loot up $480,461.00,
The Australia may be along to-morrow with
two weeks later date from San Francisco, and
on Monday the Ahmcda will be due. The
new Morning Star ought tn report herself at an
eaily day as she it now con-l.lcretl fully due.
The goNcriimeiit organ is cvitkMly
in t.xlrtmis. It must be rather like ex
tracting blood from a turnip to find any
cotmort in lite letter ot our correspon
dent X. Y. " Mr. Carter disposes of
tue Aiitcitisera sopnntsy scry well,
said X. V Hut the Tiser neglects
that little fact, naturally, We hate
patiently waited to see what the Ad-
either could find to say in answer to
the six counts in the indictment against
Ihc government' illegal acijon. It has
made no reply, sate a drill into side
:.,... '1'i.j ......... !. ..1 1..
aauia. a lie iitomi l II 3II1IJJK; uric.
It has no reply.
On the first pace this week we re-print
Kev, E. C Oggel's memorial sermon in
honor of the late Kev. o. U. Uamon.
In the Guide will be found several edi
torial notes on the currency and an ac
count of What is Going on at Punahoa
C. BREWER & CO.,
Oifr f saieiha
l'i l-.iV 1 1. VI ON, from llilw
Aim CKalfS, hrint'i, lat.hf I htlri,
I tmf I "halrr, (.littt fcfM,
tty MtM lnp lll,
Nftll P. lji. (giMlilW I infill.
Nnti llUtl 14, 1 Ami-lutf IrunVi,
11 Ml (HIM I MR,
Plain -.ni(M Mil,
(,'ii 111 iihor It'noil Ti'imm (! itr!,)
I'rltna M lll,iw Piiitf ,"
(.' nmi 0.1,
13 X O 3ST 33 S.
I) It I It I) DUCK 3,.
Half ( Una "I'amlmiii V lr'l,
ll.lft U.u".).iii,.U, (.. . n K" I"
Iltiixt "I.t.unn Gliuiiu Jiin" Tt,
lt4H ImixilJl Xallfni
lltlH LIlOW OlOW,
ltoi Cittn ruoti.
M-iiti lira Crattfii.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
li? juti r('if (nf
l j tltyi tttn Ilftrmn.
INVOICE3 OP NEW QOODS
III tvrry lilt which llcy brT.r for 111
AT THK LOWEST PBIOCS I
30 x 44
a6 x 40
34 x 36
vor.oniii) I'OHTun r.ii'icn
FOR SALIi BY
HACKFELD & CO.
SutTii it liav bftn
I'HOVKl) A UltAXI) SUCUESX
AI !.!.. iu. .n.J Kll. Mill.,
AHB HOW EXPECTED I'Elt "METEOIl,"
An I oTtrcJ for lt by
H. UACKFilLD 6c CO
Ha removed lii nock to
Ho. 68 HOTEL STREET,
(adjoining Mr. H. S. Trejloan't
Wbr cio b found a large and varied aitonmtnt of
Ladiet. Cnilemcns and Children' t
BOOTS Se SHOES,
AIo, all tuea ami t)lci of
La-li Fine French KIJ Button Boti,
Ladle $ Common Sense Slipper,
Geptteraen'i IZmbroidtred Vdtrt Slipper,
Ceblleiueo' Dancing Purof,
Lawa'IennU Shoei, tte.
At prices which defy competition.
y New Imporuilon Jan ie:e!veJ rtf Alameda.
"The Glory of His
!S HORSE-BREAKING. Ja
Bv C. B.
Th uudentzned, ha tin j lewi thi coinmdbui pn
and runchbowl Sti-ceii, ulte ihU (ueilvxi of tnfonninj
matured hor to break, lo the mott Ktenttiic to 400c r,
practiced the proletiion othor-weaVL)g fornvtytn
under luch great hhtt In tht profciMon ai tol. Tapp (tamer of the ourtHattnj iullioa CojaacX rty&n, liar
thall, Pratt, Rockwell, and otUen, t oil toy ervtcci to the public, in lba aloe meotkmed capacttx, with per
feet confidence that 1 can give entire tatUfataion In every inuaiKC.
I am not a Item tamtr ; at least not of the so-calWJ achool that pretend to take, a !td rWrte and ty torn
nWtifu m mtluenc renJer thcin In & few hourt ao at lo b handled In any nuoocr with tafcty. fsr pa4 do not
ulti tauch uock Ui tuch itonwnn DOwa-tUy. they
usxetvea. inoie wiuiniTi unuea nvwcjr wun uut
tki viU inrtkrtaiw that thv Drti are liainbuzc. and
rntly, been liotae, U wa otily for the time temz, knvt
tvanaii ne Ijccoidu u wiia anu uninaoaxeaaie at ever.
llie real, tru and tec ret art of UeiVInj, uminff and training wild and vKtoui hortc U a tubct that hat
received a great deal of ditcuuloa, iuoU people hclievtnj It to tt tvxnethinc throuded la myiiery, axd eotuely
l)Otid the comprehentfon of ordinary mrtalt, inotevea bordering upwt the aupersatural. Now, while thtr
are a gicat maov apftuncet to be uxd In the practice
wnKncau oniy ie gaueu or eipertciK. t wiu kit
butineu, In tht pameuiiuof whiih anyone can. with
hkhcau only be gabed br eipertenct. I wtU Kive
I cart not how wild or vtewu.
Tht nxtt U cumuioq tru, whLh w all know
nature, ihe taxidU perMcraoct; and tht thud, tbt mou lmponDt of all, Upattenc. Im mort of tht lau
named nutrrlat tht Utitr, and 1 thtuk that about ten timet at much of it It requued U thit prufctuoa than, any
ing to my tvxUu exactly tht tame mrth4 o4 treat
Mllr IIWI 1 liNW (, WIIU I lttf piau,4(saiKU w
courtt in tit bwjority 01 cate ; wnut wraww muu m prariKa WrtQ An occauooai one, ana kuKtuon tve tbt
tn kind of corrtctlun retorted 10 thai any good Jwuif would adnuuuitr tit a vuaJluig younguer, when
Whdtour Creator hat toJowcd every lititig and crpta thUg, from the actio the elephant, wiih tht
meant or weapon of defending lhenitUe, U it Ihe right luMcad of the wrong Hat of thaut wca(uut that wt hatt
ihtpotftr ofttiucatlng them to. Take tht elephant tn a wild ttate. d orrve hiuv and he can tear dwn
uiAtiite ireet, or cicn nouvea with hit pnd trout trunk, but mxxu wub hit tuptrwrlatelUrct cantamt thit um
eiepnani, ana make turn at great a ijcneni at a oeant
caaciiy t tnt tame manner int nutw, in a
of irun, at a mearu
of defenvt I but at n at ht it
ooaviaced that man t hit friend, inutdof hit fe, he
lltcautt hu fear U all toot ; and h wdi evca wtfer oiq
would, not M nght. Uowimwi hon worvtng tn
backt. tore ahauldert. or uuilar admeitti' Hut Lc hat
that hit cruel inauer tee fit toinipot upon huut uhen, ifihcy had reason hit ourxlven Uwteadof inaiiaa.
they would bt pretty turt to revert b n;ht and wrung utt of tkeir Ugt by kicking out few daahboardi.
Daring my long e tpericact lo the practice of my prVcMija, at handler of a3 claut of horMt, (mm tht pet
Colt U Ltdy, that will taake yoa pru. a dare time or utt tMver ilw htm a whip, lathe ildu4aaacJ
uetdof th ptauie. thai wilt nt aMtrembU wuh fear a: lh approach, of a uua uht a uooVt throw,
havt atutlied their habut and dupsjtttkxii w much that I hart Lung ags mad up my ud thai the kwrtt- lh
uoat intelligent of all the brute rr tat to it clor related fa the huuaa family m trupathy and affect! than
they hardly eer get credit fur, and alw thai thty adorectattt kUl lieatintot ta erery aj fully at much a wt
do. I have tuauy timet taken coltt that were m wild Uty gul4r over aa.h Ahcrio gd ay frotn tht
approach of a pcrwa hen after a very few dayt by giotU aiJ carerul ireaiuuut would brcotnt tamt aa4 m
alTeuionatt, ant remind ont to much of tht dear creator oour own kind that one could nut help kjvitg them ,
aid I will hrt cut anyont a tip. that in tht managemtaa of either wtU or ume aorvc, that the narr you
trrat them (ike they were human being, and could talk ud think bke yowrMtf, tht better yoa viU get aaueag,
and tht molt ttrvKt yuu dt get out uf them.
In regard to tbt u of tb whip, I regard ll at 4
not o coutv. eac4 Ver lie hllv la waiiun them 10
iinuig them to
thtovaa useful ; tttry well UoVen lawrt dt be a more
a tau-rumcni alwayi behind him-
AU tioout and unnJy habttt like kicking, Kilng, tutWag, Jtyutg. balking, buckiag, puUmg hack at tht
halter, running away, tearing up and falling backward, fUuuiae about tbthcj In Lrt4luag tbt iuU of
cruel treaiantnt, art all quukly aud thoroughly rnred, and tbt hort madt aft and gtotl.
Ettremely wild and vmIou honet, and iho that havt Wa gitc op by other ttoiUiird. Uldoiw tja2
that 1 claim 1 Ul make no charge.
AU talmaU tntmtftd to ay charge will bt weU fed and cared rW, and my terms at itaauMaUt at aay,
TU FmUk. OUJ4nt Senate,
Iclu Ibbcrticcmcnlo. i
Followinc Goods Just Received
f' UU ferric t
m.MUi riii'.svii Mi'.ni.soH,
Mi .! IIms' l'llli,
loft m.t.ilttt:, tttia iHisf,
UJi. .) rl.tttr' llMl.ry,
I iftUtFf.lfMa 1,1-ah laM I titfii,
Lidlos' and Oont'n Undorwoar,
Woolon and Ootton Ohlrta,
A lra awititMt,i A
White Mnen Bliirtn nntl Collnrn,
WtAl D.tl. C,;A,
m-U' Hall, tllmma-J srwl Itttlrittitnt-I,
VUxnt ittttl Inaaoi'l lona
All IMi ef
hACIJU, C0I.LAII3, CUFI'B, the,
A f.a 'A iA
IV J AS" I:MltrK!l I'l'IfllM,
An) a Klfal mUll' ij lt.il,
KNGLISII ANI AMHUICAN OOOIS,
Tv, nurttrMl t innlloti.
V.k lliorf (rwn J.rfutn,
Of Liidwrn tJi!f n O'l of tl4 m&ti
Yur t ai
F. A. SCHAEFEH A COS.
I'OIt SALE BY
Henry May & Co.
lla jutt teemed ptr Afrlp",
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
OUCh-ov. Kits SalutMi l!Uf, Cat Oxlfuh.
Krzrmily IWef, halon I'llot ltrelt
fVacVtrt, latU iCalunt, Dnci I'eachei,
Drted Apricot, Prune, (Srrmea,
Ofiltromlift Conil irm;'f
TaWe rrutie. Jam aJ JIIk, ramiljr l(of,
What, Com, rotaloe, OrAnm, CarnJlva
Old VlrcInU SwMt and Sour Pickle,
An-J many other article t numtruut to mention,
which will I total at price lo Mitt the timet, tV Sail
faction Kiuraaltil CHAS HUSTACK,
lelcphtTfw 119 (4-3S?) Kuii Street.
Alakea-"nar Qnen St.
C Kardie. Cjntraaor and UuilJer. It PropriVtoe
MouUinjt and FinUh alwajrt ou lund. Tle null
keeps for tab hard and toft ttotc wood cut and tplu.
TelopUone No. 5$. j4s$5
'Excelsior" Ico Cream
Can now be obtain jd at the
Astor House Dining Rooms.
tr Ofta until o'clock Er Nllbt
Nostrils is Terrible."
outet of Ctpufa Clunle, iiuit4 at ih corner of Uawo
th grnrl putlic that ht U prepared to ultt colt uid
thomtt pouiUe time, and at tht low ratek. lUvuf
lothli Kiagdotn. a&i many yean tatfurc comia brc.
knosr uar ao than they uwd to, aAd are not to cauly
tti m iihitmuiu, naa out toonarr or later inai iney ana
MOtthUit. W hii thl but cf thin ha kMtu-tli&atft. itnutt
jut toon at the bone U out of ih totalled tajncri
that ar lodupcnuble, a perfect knowledge U the ntc cf
laimm 01 in m-m iiaporunt Mnet oonnerieij wun IL
etpertence, bcoxnt a tuccetiful handler of coltt and horvet,
thrc of the ovu important kct oonntrud wllh tht
cannot b teamed, but
hkh one muu Lat rticd with bv
Ui4if1 'ti tuillliua J Jsr tUMI UlsJUaxMlt M tAHS tflitt-
ucnt kiifli and grntl4 btnc the Ua and ool)
w ounie at nt was an ovjct ar itfrvc tn a uj uate.
u tut left, or hi bl rather, uimo ik rtM aimMua-k
ruhtly ducatcd In tht vvoui u4 U kU Ua a&i bccn&
will tudfer hiatclf u b haadWd u any nxianer, aoj whrl
rather than da hat h thtaVs or w hat ht hat Wen Uarned
oar urett nearly every rtay that ar Ume. or ban n
been educued to know thai ha autsi wbui ta v i-i
vtty uapwartant factor t the maivagtet of honr.
tan 1 but after their r broka It lh itma tXu a. hi
tart I hut after they ar Uolnn U
prompt and checful driver if ht hbuwttkat thert U tZck
p V (.ItAV, M
I'ltincu. .im .niimir.otr,
flTj, Mil 'I'M ll U IAU HUnf
1 1 II H.
I It, H
.). r, 4 1 11 a.
1(1 dltll'Mf I, w, KIm (tin) poDUUtbt fl,
The Great California
POSIT! VJ'J IJJSA TJi
Flies, Fleas, Cockroaches
Chicken Lice, Etc.
To Human Beings and Animals.
AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY
lu It Home, Oardaa, CatrTitorr or Wit
The Buhach Insufflator,
Per DUtrlltutliic lh. Dackatb.
BENSON, SMITH e Co.,
trd m KOJtr STKLKT, Hootlol. II. I
ECKART 8c HUBASH,
Minitftltrrf im liotnvts ut
Silver Ware, French Clocks, Etc.
No v$ MtrthaM Strrri, Uotvjfila. II,
Kuaul Jewelry aM fin diactwid ttio a tpuJtt.
AH kind cf Jetkcly md to order and repaired.
Wttcta-einf&llj foM ai Wurutei.
GrnnA encrftof aivj fancy Monoum D(allrf
ALL WOVK IJOHK AT MObtKATr rviCM.
1ST Our x Riuu t CKAAiaed 19 t ateclAfeif,
Mlnff tola Iron tn beitr.eki scmi lu uurur la ll
bum worlttnaaliVt manner
Island Ordars Procattr Eaacurd.
IMPORTER AND MJ.LZV. lit
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
No 80 Tort Btrtt Honolulu. 1L L
tCaT The UrgtU ip4 bew attorucatct of
Cadi, Gentlemen' and ChlMrta't
Boots, Shot 1, SUppcrt. Dancing Pumpe, rU
To be found on the Itlandt.
lricet at tow at eUcwhete for tlatitar quality of
goout. tuaoa orar toocucu aaa prompuy etrrotea.
Wells, Fargo & Go's
MEKCHANtllSL, PACKAGES; PARCELS,
COLD, SILVtK. BAMK NOTt-S,
DON US. VALUABLE PAPERS.
crc, trc, tic
rw.!J tiy KaJ Cmafjrat l h3 pavntftLa
'U uJ -rv..4li rscltinij.
FAVORABLE RATES ON FREIGHT
I CUaliwi aaj
CowvltaaMik 01 luty tcscri4ttt.
a W. MACFARLANE CO.,
iMSlvt llaaaiUs IJajhla.
Tht ttadttugatd hat jutt recgtvti a frk ccatalg.
mtMcfVola. 1 aad of JUDGE f ORN'ASDEkfS
-at ka U lh abort tit U.
Yu'm dttlring Salt, or Cop of Voi 1 1 compWt
aeti cat now U uppusva M
Q Fta? fa4T SUav
I'.OUI-AR CASH flAI.lt,
mi hay, rr.nHVAHY am.,
At w a a t nil iIiim.w.,
tt1 U A4 al aw!-. '
CrttWrf art fJiH,
Sacks No, I Sugar,
frtwu f iImi frt UttH,
MiaMa Ct., fit., lit
LAiim.oiiira hotic ot balk
(fowl 1 Ta bo. Upttfl a ll.tr... Cat,
fly 4m,i ul A SJ CU,Wi. Cn., fitfNH
I wN M tvlaV hmm m
T1IU110DA7, Hareh 5, 1030,
I M im, tt mt Ut-TW. f U !) !
ftt Mft lU t'Ult P44, WaVt tVl
Panti, Wool I Calico Shirts,
!! Ihlhtft 1'l.t.l.n, It,, IX.f ast.J.,
7it.li. Llrftt.lM, Csii,
ltji' vm it, iliM-.i. It'f ti,
'tlttl, Mritl, lltir llM.
&4tM4 Mlfk. L'jrn ft.f, ltfi,
ICttiint.tlv'w Mfdlfiil lHii)iynrr,
lt.ll.te l''vlf, frMim A Tatlar,
Cl.ry l'.l.I, U, uMt W,
Su.Ur tlytUf.i, , YAM WW Iln,,!...,
HlmHUti, rLVi, uUt, lH,
IM lAin, i Isit'i rx, I htAAU,
1 Guitar, Eipo, etc., otc,
lUint ll- fatlh4 (r'tMll if.MlS'v 1
If. Itf'sMift, Waile, ImI. tm TiMvtjy, t.Uta,y t,
,tt. In um imi A rn(, ly i4 A, H. C1zWii
THE PEOPLE'S WANT !
J. E. WISEMAN,
0nr&l Bua!naM Acnt
t m iajjw ft .mU
I m r ititti Im lKtY
i UUlMt 4 latU I
t in t'00
ordw with lHt and rM,
toTTAAcf ra tr
Ob Adawt Lare, I futt a j tvm entire t rena tV
ynvrrfh with f uraVtrt, mmu Ijya.
At Ptnahrv large and roveay frWoe ( Jft
totdiit iiiuMbi, iiwh tA cround. art
wtU 04 prrwdtrt, WiB U ut -Wlfot-Q--A
Al WaaViki tWaiMifttl cMtag-rt, akmg ike 3kiwjn
to f e ; Anr patltrage giW viMr, telcfavjrve
Kent aingry or tgeiaVftawl) Jy -tw.
On lieretanU tre-rt fwar Alapal. a l6vt rtdWaaCv,
cAAtaiiv I rvaim In all. iCrrty vttitairtw,
deep hjf, u3Mt etc -Jo nv-
On Kirg tttU'l fh-e rear, -adi-aatg CarU-Ac
Cerbtrry, a tmarl jrvM ocaiagc, goJ -
On Uhha tirearl, nctt Klmt ttvrl, a ftvaf j-r-ao-n &
lage w4h 4rk.xnrt i &nS-rwt
On YA a rt , aWt LUD untt a t,UM 'r
pw c-tae Ui rt , fint W4uUe,cta,
Of Kug tlrearf In He-UH-i Inr, oykt mldn
S Kaal, dactatard, a -uy cotuge. large W,
thaale tre-ee, etc. J bw. &AyJmt tht
above -a ntw cxtagt buaU wh aS anom
InprvteftwtMt, tUbW, oVv tA, watw, tic,
Oa Tort Mrrrt near Chlnetw cbvrth, rtrt t fmaS
cutugr to Ui rental each fit and Jij, tv
On Emma ure-ett email cXUr and f uU cut
tage nvw otaje V m. ; rvw St
On klanr'g, Ssnart at font of UtmaCAa terete, nar
tht hC Looir bfittid. I ue four taaaalcU'
Uge to wkpU Ynm M to 3n ma Jku
On Fort ttetl charvung laite cottage of f rvmi
ta r4 -vtMAawit lr, Htvttt't ttU
IIoum arad lot al falaau to veil, lfa-uc nearlyntw
contain 6 roonu, ampae water, grap um,
piaat and fiv-ocrt. A pieataat LsMt fer mU
Oa PrBtaola Utrrtoyy M- J- Cauie't, a
pitaMtt yrvnm otUfi lo reat for J .
Cotuge residcocton lerfUla Simu tkret oVnri
from Ala pat Street DUa t a large rtKutg
houic, ahaldt 09mlortabLe throe ghoU and &
tut with ampk ha.lt tre-rw fa mvx.
Hoove oa LiUha 5tre,
Vvt&ttal, So aao.
t ixry fraiat. oWp lot
Toaat aV QtrtCMl i
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room $ia and Saoawav each.
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of Ul hataXh Sj,Voo, caah wanltii.
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