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MONDAY, TKB. 12, 1883. "
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Order of Foiicstcis, al D.
TTroBcimrtnTeht, nt 0 :80.
Knights of Pythias, nt 10.
'lliumony Lodge, No. 3, nt 10.
A. F. & A. M. No. 124, (it 10.
Pioccion Coroiiiltion Ceremony
nllnhnony Lodge No. a, 7:30. f
11111 'J . ' j; !
hi new of itliu purnniount impor
tance of citucntion, our new contem
porary, the lnrlicaii (Jitirjci
0tronMc, nets wisely in rcgulntly
devoting l portion of its columns to
this'stibject.' This is a innttcr which
has noToccup'icd n very prominent
plnccln the newspaper and periodic
luYMLcraturoiof itliia kingdom, ami it
affords is pleasure to sec thcijournal'
"just named giving attention to it.
Here in these sunny isles wc have a
bnuci' of nationalities living under
the mild rulc'of Kalakaua: their
descendants will constitute the Ha
waiian natiou of the future, stutl tlic
character of thai nation will depend
largely very largely Upon the
schools and other educating agencies
of the present geiieialion. Indeed,
with tlic bulk of the childien
of this country, tlic icsponsibil
ity of their moral and intellectual
tiainintr'is left almost ciiliicly to the
scllOois. licnce tuc lmpouancc oi
these schobls performing their illu
sion efllcicntly and fully. Wc con
fess that we aic not altogether in
harmony with sonic of the features
of modern educational systems:
cram seems too frequently to take
the place of real education. A child
. may be taught to distinguish be
tween, a verb and an adverb, to
parse the' most abstruse passage in
Milton, to know the exact tense of
jwmhMj potui, 2W8.1C, to solve Ihc
most 'difficult problem in Euclid or
sum in arithmetic, and yet be far
from being educated at all in the
true sense of tlic term. Any system
or method of education which docs
not teach boys and girls to know
thcinselies and their place in the
world, tenches but little. Any sj's
tern which encourages cram, in con
tradistinction to education, is not
good, and any teacher whose sole
aim ismciclyto impait knowledge
of one kind or another neglects the
most important function of his
ottice.i. In i our opinion, the aim of
schools and teachers should be to
cultivate, and direct the mental and
inoi nl nature of boys and girls, to
arouse them to a belief in and a love
of :i life of value, truth, honor,
goodndss, and industry ; aud, while
imparting the rudiments of know
ledge, seek to trnin them up to be
come respectable and well-conducted
citizens. This is the great object of
education, which should be kept
btcaduy in view.
CHIMIN A I. CALKNDAK.
J no. Murpiy; drunk, , forfeited
bail 80; Kuaca, driiiik fined S3 and
$ boost", It. McGlonc, assault and
battery, fined $20 and 81 cost; D.
Fjlzpntrick assault and battery on
boahr'schoonpr Dakota fined Sir)
$1' cost'; F. Whiting, remanded from
Utii,1 sentenced to 1 year imprison
ment at hard labour and Jincd $20
and 8lCcost. t s
The, fetmr Iwnlani was Iptulcil pn
to tlicMurino Hallway on Saturday,
aud taken off in the evening.
Ht'lir Pohuiki biought 12(12 bags
Stmr Wuiinauulo brought 208 bgs,
Stmr Kilauca lion brought 2 J 1 bgs
and 0 1 kegs of sugar, 70 bbls molas
ses. kahul.ui Notes.
(from Our Own Corrcpomtcn!.)
The biigl'omuic, CaptPrcw, ar
rived on the 4th inst, fioin SauFiau
cisco, with a general cargo,
The bktnc W". H. Dhnoiul, Capt.
Houdlett, sailed Feb. Dth, for .San
Fnmcibco, with 5820 bags of Hiigar,
weighing 657,251) ll)s., 10 pis, car
wheels valued at $41,403,46. Also
the following passengers : Hoy. J M.
Alexander, wifennd 4 children, T.
Ule80u,'F Gregory, and L Uusttcll,
' -"The time is drawing near for the
gicat event to bo consummated and
wc endeavour to prcscjit to our
readers n sketch of the pioparntions
which' have been made so that Ihoy
will not be ignorant of the way in
which" things will bo ai ranged.
Everything has been done that nu
extensive coin so of reading and a
taste for effect could suggest and
the pageant is expected to bo es
pecially brilliant even for this land
of gorgeous and resplendent hues.
At 0 :30 a.m. the piocession will as
semble on King Street mid form in
lino four deep. As soon as the
procession can be arranged by the
Marshals it will start along King
Sticet towards the Palace in the
Grand Marshal and Aides.
Police Force. 'r
Royal School Cadets.
Honolulu Fire Department.
Na Kula o Mbannhtu. '
Nn Kula o Kalihi. ,
Kula o Pauoa.
Kula o Maiion .
Kula o Waikiki.
Kula o "Waialac. '
Kula o Kamoiliili.
J. N. Qilinan's .school.
Miss Piiysou's Chinese School.
Miss Aylett's School.
Kula o Kaumakapili.
Kula o Kawaialiao.
Industrial School. t
Foit Sti eel School. . y
Pohukninii Girls School.
St. Louis College,
lolani College. ,
Church of Latter Day taints. ft
1 Y. M. C. Associations of Jsawaiahao
i Ahahui Opiojiio Puuwni Lokalii.
I Poola Association.
Knights of .Tci usalem.
I Oceanic Council No. 177, American
I Legion of Honor.
1 Court of Lunalilo No. G.UOQ, A. 0.
'Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Improved
Older of Red Mcnt
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, Knigl.ti of
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Kauai and Niihau Delegates.
The poicc foicewill alsobodis
tiibuted on each side of the procCH-'
On arriving in front of the King
Stiect entrance it will denle tluoii"li
the gate and along both sides of the
ainphithcatiu. Those then who aro
to be accommodated with sea's will
be usheicd to them .
" The amphitheatre consists of
lows of seats an anged in the foim
of a semi-hexagon and each low
higher than the last. The walls of
tlic enclosure nie pickets 'and b;
jsliiuglod loof biirniounts the whole.
The beats have no backs tbjthejiu
jlmmodiatoly in front of the amphi
theutro is flic pavilion under which
the ceremony is to take place. This
lis connected with the amphitheatre
ana with tlic front stops of the raluco
by broad raised platforms. Its dome
is tinned and conical and its general
jappoauiucc' puts one greatly in
(mind of the lower storey of a Chinese
pagoda or one ol tlioso street drink
ing fountains so common in India.
The services ill bo conducted by
the ev. A. Mackintosh and tno
musical poiliou of litem by Mxv
f ray Taylor ho has written a pretty
anthem especially for the occasion.
The actual ceicinony of placing the
Crown on the heads of Their Majes
ties wiUbcpcifoiiuc(by Ills Alpfcsty
assisted by the Chancellor of the
Kingdom, The ceicinony will bo
picccded by a airfare by the
Uand and closed with u Uoronation
Jif(,rc(, written especially for the oc
casion by Mr. lierger, After the.
ceremony is over the lloynl Paity
and the gue6tH will proceed Ho 'the
fiout of the Government buildings
where the rjtiituo of 'Jvinucjiajncha
the GreiU,1 wll ljo uiiyoycrodti "I'Uyu
on the return to the Palace such dc
orations and orders as have been
decided on will he distributed to their
In the evening n grand illumina
tion of the Pnla.ee, and grounds,
Government "Buildings and of the
towhgciicrally will tnko'plnccr ""
Local. Si General items.
'The Mokolii hioughl 1C0 Mor
mons from Laic on Saturday.
Tin: Japanese dinner on Fiiduy
night, was very much enjoyed.
It was repotted on Saturday after
noon that His Majesty will take the
title of Emperor after to-dnj.
NoTWiTitsTASDiNd the inclemency
ofi the iwcathcr,, the concert on Salur
day night was well attended.
To-day is the consummation. The
Ministry have been about !) months
in olllec and here is the only thing
they have done. ,
A vcryjably-wrjtten poem appeared
in Saturday's 7Jiwr from tlic pen 'of
Mr. Stewart the late editor. Every
one should read it and form their
own opinion of its merits.
'If T fMitTi""1" ' . ". '
Tin: streets oh Satmday were over
ankle deep in mud of the consistency
of pea-soup. Every available depres
sion was filled with water. Queen
street was especially noticeable.
Tin: eventful day has conic nt
last. The anxiety and fatigue of
the past few months will soon be at
an end. The Coronation will be nn
accomplished fact. Uoth parties
will be glad of the relief which this
Is an "another column w ill be,found
an account of the preparations and
airangenieiits'for the cciemony so far
' us can be ascertained. Access to all
official information hns been denied
us, except so fiu; as wc could glean
from the government organ or by pri
vate' conversation with friends.
Tin; weather hos been very wet
for the past few days and the streets
arc in a frightful condition. Some'
time ago the Ministci of the Interior
assiued lis thati street scrapers Jiad
been oi dci cd from the Coast. It is
about time they were to hand, ns they
never were more badly needed than
Ti:ni)AY King Street was block
ed al Mobsman's corner b the stop
page of a house which was being
dragged , along the . street. This
house is. well known to 'Kamaainn's
as thc"old"'match factory on Liliha
Stiect. For some time as 'the roof
of the house was pressing against
the telephone wires at that corner it
interrupted telephonic- communica
tion. i .-
WH'hnvc bcen.shown niine -whtto
camellia by Mr. AW G. Irwin giown
on the grounds of Mr. Spicckels
j house at Piiuahou. After seeing so
I line and, perfect a lloweras this, was
grown out in Ihcopen air, it will be
nn ciicduragcineiit to others to pro
euro plants and'growthem. Ilitifcr
tb it lias been the 'belief thai citmel-
i lias'woitld not grow in 'Hoiiohilu or
atjeasp wqiiul not liowcr.
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Ax incident of the liooJcupu from
Hilpljivatbiir interesting. As. tho
'last -boaJt iciu.no, ,to take freight on
bomrt ii'innn. and wifo were scon
with two largo pigs. "Arc those to
be sent on board!'' was' asked.
"Yes," said the man. "Wait,"
'says the wotnnn, After a lengthy
conversation tho following was
heard: " They aro our hoocqms"
,! What has ho done for me?" said
the woman, " They will taste as
sweet to mo as to him," and witli
that she drove them off, And they
I.- other countries il is the busi
ness of the police on night duty to
find out whether business houses,
shops, X.c, have been left safely
locked by their owncis, and they do
this by tiying the doors, S.c, to 6co
if they will open. Is, it so here? Ve
aro led to inaltc these remarks by
our knowledge of the fact that the
door of one of the business places
on tjuccu slrcity wns Icil, tiiilovkvil)
during one whole night Inst week,
with the key rcmnining in it
through cnrclcsshcss. It was
not discovered until the morning
when some employees of neighbor
ing business houses camo to woik bc
frfro 7. ' ' v '
IliNiii.i were laid down this morn
ing along (he line of. proccssibns
"Wiin.i: wc write (Satmday after
noon) we do not know whether the
steamer will haiocome and gone be
fore this appeals or not. Still wc
wish to offer our congratulations to
Mr. If. A. P. Outer on his appoint
ment to Washington. While we do
so, it is at least lilting that we recall
to our readers some of the advant
. . . i
ie possesses to enable him to
' potitibli well! l ' He' Is1 well
lllr the positi
known in Washington, privately as
well as publicly, lie knows prc
'cisely w'hat people are pledged'' W
concede and, what to lefuse, and he
is well acquainted, through his Eu
ropean experience, with our obliga
tions to other countries besides the
Sin Pritipn Tv rrmntl.-il 'nlnifr lilnlo
I !.(.". '.'' .l. . V I M .. . 1 1 ...,J
niuis niinscu in (lurancc inc. mucc
his arrest atThonon, his wife has
been seized with a nervous attack.
The gaolers must not go to sleep or
the famous Nihilist chief may escape
from their grasp as ho did inlJussia.
The police say they have damning
evidence against him. If they arc
not mistaken, the Prince has been
preaching dynamite both in Paris
and Loudon under :i false name.
Talking of Krapotkin reminds mo
of a good stoiy about Mnzzini.
While the notorious Italian agitator
was in London, lie went out one day
with an English friend and bought a
lot of rusty old swords and pistols.
"What on caith are you going to do
with them?" asked the Britislici
"Nothing at all," replied Mazzini;
"only when the police hear of my
purchase, telegrams will be sent
everywhere, and not a king or queeir
will sleep quietly lo-night:" And
the Italian chuckled. . '
Tlic latent news fioni Egypt in, the
Frcnchi papers, is that Lord ,Duffcrin
has found fault with the corps dit
ballet of thckKhediYefoi'f not being
"sufficiently dressed." '
What a scare in. f he fashionable of
Paris, has followed the publication
of tlic first volunicjof the Memoirs
of the Comtc Horace do Vicl-Castel 1
And no wonder, seeing the piquant
revelations about distinguished fam
ilies in which the book, abounds.
The Comtc, regardless of, all sense
of propriety, has divulged thc se
crets, of the alcove ot everybody
whom he came across in, the course,
of his long career. Nothing is hid
den, everything is put dow Ui in 'plain
.black and white, with the names and'
weights aud colois of 'the rideis.
The Qomto died in 1801, leaving
an unmarried daughter, a son who
died suddenly a short time ago, and
n brother, who is one of the immor
tals of the Academy. How the
famous incmoiiH came to be pub
lished is not yet clear. The family
say it was against their will. The
manuscript, according to one report,
got into the hands of a certain youjig
lady who had been on intimate terms
with the) deceased. She showed it to t
several Paris publishers, but they
declined it op. the ground of the
compromising 'disclosure it contain
ed. So she went to Geneva, whero
she was inoio successful.1, ' 'i'lfc ''first;'
volume left the press the other da',
aud five bundled copjea were scnt
over to Paris. ' It is said the me'-"
moirs arc copious enough to make
sixteen .yoUiinctyti ,. ",jI'I
' Shoitly after it hail appeared in
the French capital,, the pojiccsciz.cd.1
it, but neaily nil the copies luul been
sold, and fabulous prices were offer,-,
cd for u glance at it.
I have had the lucjc to see the
coveted book. It Is indeed an extra
ordinary one, and will set the scandal-mongers
going right and left. It
contains some haiso judgments on
mcu pas and present.
For example, talking about tho
political event of 1851, tho count
calls M. do Tujgot itn Jean outre,
aud Lamaitiue an cicttx on, and
includes Girnidin among leslarroit
IjHt these nro not the pnris that
tout I'aris are cosHipiug about.
What they arc taken up with ulC,
the amatory indiscretions revealed
Persons who have hitherto' passcl as
saints, are, if tho mecawt count is
to be believed, 'found to bo no bet
ter than they ought to be.' I can
not' mention names, it would u6t be
proper, and plight be libcllqlis ; but
l may say that weli-Uuowii stars of
I lUv'-yhtmt tiwndo me invludcd' in
the listi Ono 'page lclatcsja clonics
tic scene betwectrtho Princcsse X
audi her husband ; another deals with
tliodovc ndvcnturca.of n great-pool;
while further on, wc have n full list
of the lovers of an illustriouscmwic '
de httree. , ,
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In tins1 cltyTTcb. fltli. 'Tollfc
wiffc bf. Mr ,18000 Levy, ji daughter?'
Ancient Ordcv oi Voi-rcNtcro,
CoilH Lunalilo, isTo. 0000.
A LL members of Comt Lunalilo and,
xV. veiling biothuiA are icquestcd to
be nreiil ut the Knljjlits' or Pythias
Hall, on Monday, (lie liitli of February,
at 0 n. in. Miiii p. Hctilin,
My outer of (he C. U.
;Jl8 It H. F.SINGElt, Heo'y.
Honolulu Fire Department.
''pUE heieinl Cpinpniilcs of the Hone-A,lulu,Fvircl)cpartuiciit-wllUisseiublc1
In the Siiunro opposite the Engine House
ot Mechanic Eiiglfid 067 No. 2, at litilf
pnirt,0 o'clock In tncjiiornlngiOf thpjljJth
of Fcbiuniy. , ,r ,
Full Unlfornl-wlthouVnpn.irirtu'i ' ,'
PoV order, " ' il
CHAS.'-K GULIOK.i "
Sic. H. F.,D.r,'
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1883.
KiiiBlUM of I'ytlitnM,
I Attention !' Hti-
riiHE OfllceM nnft Mcnilters'of Onlnl
X 'Lodge, No. 1, Kttof'P., aro rcrpiesfM
ed to nssvmhlo at the Castlu lLillj ,on
Fort st, onIONpAY, the 12th ins-t., at
10'o'eloek a.m., prcpnrntoiy to joliilnj? in
the Coioiintioii nrotes-loh.'" VNitihg
brelhrclncoidiu'ly InvituMo attbiul
Per order: i Gfco. Wh.m.uih, P.C,
1)20 , K. ,ofli.&S.j
I. O. O. F. ' " . '
HAltMONY LODGE $o. LO.O.F.
having accepted the iiivlthtlbn.iti'
he prcseiit nt the Coronation, all Irrotli-1
eis of Eecl8ior Lodge mul visiting hro.
thcis me coidially juyitcd to lie present
III Ull! .L.UllgU JLIOQ1U, ui iu u. in., Oil TCO.
12th, 1S83. Reghliii. " ' " ,'
m lw gM. 1). MON8AHRAT, KG.1
A. F. & A. 31,, Ko. 184' ' ,
A SPECIAL. MEETING' of Xc Pio
gics dc rOceartie A. F. &rA. M.
No. 124, will he held on'Mbnday," Feb'y '
12th, nt 10 o'clock uliin. ffor'the purpose
of attending the Coronation. ; Visiting;"
Bicthicn iu good standing ar,c,cordiuily
invited to attend. ! ' "
' TJy order of the w;m: '
318 nt ' FMAKCOS, Sccrfelary'
'for Damaok' 'to G6o'D8'byr
:anjc ofi tho vessels of. the '
' Oceanic S. S.'Co's'.Un,,;:,,;
niuf-t lilc, silfcli 'claSniH previous) 16 the
(sailing of the vessels from this portocf
they .will he debaricd. . i r ir ..
W3L G."IKWIN '& Co., ' T
'322 Ot Agents Oceanic S. S.-L'incr
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An Ovorwecr, lt
for a Slicep Stutioiion Hawaii,
for a Plant itloii on Kapal.
,A A'iglit Wutciniuii,
for a Plantation on Kauai.
i Wanted, j ,,N
ANYONE Imvinjj it copy or J. W. ,
Kiiuw aid's "FornUJookf U) dib
pose of, will lind a purchaser by bending
Vord to ' ' ' ' "
303 tf J. "W. Koueiitson & Co.'
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A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF u,
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Surrahs,
Moires, Laces and Trimmings ,
Will be opened this, day by
A. M. MvlllH,'
303 104 Fort Street.
Notice of Co-nartnerMltiii. 1
r "HE undersigned hiivu this day form.
JL pd ji,po-pa) IncrsUlp fpr the purpose
of,coiiuetiiig,ntnonoluhi,the business ,
ot Auctioneers aiid Commission Mcr
ihaiitsj'uuder'tlie firm nom'e'of ty'tiu!i'
iicvuy. i c i i. ii " -1'inp in i
7 'd. U1UAD. .nl
IloiVilnhi,1 JAXW ;Wlk 3lT
yxpNs Ljyw. lfA , M ,, A ,
XJt Auctioneers nnd.Gcncral
1 ' "Coirimisslon'McrclliinK'
Beaver BlockQitcon Ht.JD.iHohohilUU
.itjiites of Furniture, Stock, tcaliEtitu-
jaijil-General M,crj;luiurtbo promptly ut
5ole' Agcriti 'for. Aincriean'tind fcliroJ'
iin.hiercutiiiaisc. ' t " "-u" 8181
A FEW GENTLEMEN-can. bV nccoin.
inodated with Do.ud 'at' ii'pY1m(0-'
House, in a iepectable neiglibprliood,
and within B minute! of the Post Office,
For particulars apply 'at the BumIktin!
TAMES HANLON wjll nttciic) lo lump
tJ aijd tick hoises. Call al ids Hliop
on Bethel street, pu BrpnVprcniiups. 307'
- - ' ' , -... . i i Ul .i
jJ&IL TO HUNT, on Kulitokqluia
Ji5iM PlaiiiH, coper qf.Klimu ami)
iinrlW Peiibiieola btieetM, onoLAltGE'
COTTAGE, rontiiiiiing Parlor, Mining
Ilupm, 3.Beibooips, Biith-y111 wltli.nfl
modern com culcncos;i large I'unlrynijd.
Iviicbvp.i with la(t(cod ypittucj room,
tiPUnl;n Bt."VlMi YJtit.wptal)f,hy,
am caiiitige mom; mid '3 rooms i for
sci aiits. For further ptiitieuluis apply
toVMt Wtllall, r ,, , i(
MUk fTttGEJ wii(ii,'.d ',1;
at lia Nini!Uiii'Avenile:,"rtoomktfiiriil5li.
cd Hingle'or buitu, at liiodcratc cliiirgen.1
300 0m MIW.J.T.WIUW!