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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 189G.
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Su'liibiirun'H Vitkok for Hit Sli.i.ivr.
Tlio place of honor in tho Nine
teenth Century for September is
given to a poem by Algernon ,
Charles Swiubnrne, written for i
tho birthday of Hit; authors moth
er. It is entitled "The High Oaks
Barking Hull, July 19th, lb2G,"
and tho opening stunzus aru us
"Fourscore years and soven
Light and dow from heaven
Have fallen with dawn on the30
glad woodp each day
Since heie was born, even here,
A birth more bright and dear
Than over a younger year
Hath Eoen or shall till all thpso
Even all tho imperious
Tho wooillaud ways tnnjeutic now
with towers of trees.
"Love itself hath naught
Touched of tendorest thought
With holioht hallowiug of memori
For memory, blind with bliss,
To love, to clasp, to kiss,
So sweetly strange as this,
Tho sense that hero the sun first
bailed hor faco,
A babe at Her glad mother's
And lioro again beholds it more
beloved and blest."
KoIiiiIii'n Ncfimy Mile.
A privato letter from North Ko
hala Bays: "Thoro are dreadful
wrougs boiug done to the natives
hore, and ovon officers are in it,
and white men. Nativo children
aro taught to driuk. It has taken
mo Borno time to quiotly fathom
affairs hero, but 1 comprehend
fairly well now and am taking my
notes. 1 doubt if thoro is half
tho wickednoss and doviHry in
Honolulu of Kohala. Wo need
not to cite tho wickedness of any
othor country. God help Hawaii
with tho opium, awa, potito, rico
and every other batanic ingonuity
to ruin and wreck and impoveribh
tho nativo. No God, no country,
no poi, no auy thing! Bittor fact
and demonstrated on every side of
thefeo preoinctB. And 1 will ex
cept no nation- all taking n hand.
Whoio ar tho officers? Ves!
Echo answers, Whero!"
A Mutual Disappointment. "I
was so disappointed I was out the
othor day when you called, Miss
Percival." "So was I. I folt
suro I'd find you, because as 1
turned tho corner, I saw you go
Jnynsurnyn has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso liovol
ties, jowolry, etc., for tho holiday
trado. Many lmndsomo articles
aro on exhibition at his storo
No. G Ilotol stroot.
.SJtmlisf) .'...t'JJlAltkl: .- iilfec
FOR ANNEXATION SIMPLY
CI, UK OM'IUGIIS
Ciitiipalcia of Addition l'rojrrloil
Wiull AllllPxnllon Without All)
At tlio called meeting of Annex
ution Club officers bold at tlio
I uriu sneu mBt nicut tnero wore
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Thurston, J. J3. Athorton, 13.
Dillingham, W. W. Hall, T
Murray, Geo. C. Stratouioyer,
B. MeStockor, J.N.Wright, Dr.
Wood, Jonathan Shaw, Geo. Mc
Leod, W. H. Iloogs, J. S. Martin,
Goo. W. Smith, L. O. Abies, J. W.
Pratt, O. B. Riploy, J. H. Fisher,
W. 11. Situs-, J. L. McLean, O. W.
Dav, J. F. Olav, E. Towbo and It.
Petcraou, with a fow specta-
Judgo Hartwell took tho chair
and, iu his opening remarks, gavo
as ono strong reason for annota
tion to tho United States tho largo
I immigration of Japauese. Unless
thoro bo a material change tho
hvo Japaneso immigration compa
I nies now organized here will run
F. B. MeStockor disclaimed on
behalf of tho club any intent to
usurp tho functions of tho Govern
moat regarding tho question. Ho
explniuod that at organization tho
Annexation Club was purely for
enrollment of supporters. He
' spoke of somo of these having
changed Uioir minds.
Judge Hartwell had not met
any who had changed their
minds. Ho named about half a
dozen wealthy firms and indivi
duals who were strong for annex
avion. Col. Fialicrdid pot like to hoar
excuses for calling n, meeting.
Tho chango to a liepublicau ad
ministration at Washington called
for action hero to tako advantage
of it. Ho moved that a committeo
prido of , of fivo bo appointed to draft by
i laws anil call a general mootum
aftorward. This carried and later
tho committeo was named as fol
lows: Thuiston, MeStockor,
Fishor, Dillingham and Hartwell.
Mr. Thurston mado a spoech,
urging tho chango in tho States as
reason for action. It was their
duty to reclaim backsliders. Ho
doprecatod tho quarrel between
tho oditors of two annexation pa
pers. Mr. Dillingham spoko iu a sim
ilar strain on tho sumo points.
Thoy should work for annexation
if thoy believed it would bo a good
thing for tho country.
Mr. Hartwell moved tho follow
ing resolution, which was passed
with loud applause:
HESOLUTION OF THE ANNEXATION
At a mooting of tho officers of
the Annexation Club of Uouolulu,
hold on tho evening of tho 27th
day of Novombor, 181)0, it was:
Bosolvod, This Club was form
ed in tho month of February, in
1893, under tho Provisional Gov
ernment of Hawaii, for tho pur
poso of giving definite expression
to tho desiio for tho annexation of
Hawaii to the United Statos, and
of encouraging and promoting
sucn clesiraPlo oujoct.
Tho Provisional Government
having accomplished tho object
for which it was established, both
in conserving tho cause of law and
order, and of constitutional gov
ernment, and in endeavoring to
establish a political union with
tho United States, has boon niorg
cd iu tho constitutional govern
mont of the llepublio of Hawaii,
tho oud ami aim of which is to
accomplish political union with
the United Statos, this Club hereby
declares that it is still tho earn
est desiro of its mombors that tho
Piopublio of Hawaii bo annexed
to tho United Statos, aud become
an integral portion of that great
Iiopublic, siibioct to tho existing
laws of tho Unitod Statos, and to
such further laws as Congress
shall enact, and that it is the firm
boliof of tho members of this Club
that such result will beBt promoto
tho interests of all classes and
I nationalities of people within the
This Club respectfully assures
tho Government of the llepublic
of Hawaii of tho desire of its
mombois that as soon as shall bo
practicable annexation to tho
Uuiti-d Slides be accomplished,
leaving to the United States to
onac.t such laws as Congress shall
deem to be proper.
Sovoral speeches woro mado on
tho orientaliwation of the islands
now goiug on rapidly.
Mi. Atlwlnn spoke iu favor of
unr-'iHiitioual annexation. Ho
had no faith iu tho proposal for a
protectorate. Those who had
failed to register at last olectipn
should not claim tho right to voto
on annexation now. lie was wil
ling to tako plain annexation bo
causo ho believed ho would gain
raoro money in t ho next ten years
with thau w&lidut it.
Mr.Dilling3iuiij r -maikcd on tho
coincidence pa those who op
posed the ret'ipfycity treaty wero
now against annexation. Ho bo
lioved that annexation would do
moro for the country than tho
treaty had done.
HOW TO TREAT FLOWERS.
Iiterie Tliciu According to tho Nature
of tlio J'lnnt,
Those who wish to cujoy tho wholo
of tlio short lifo of tlicir cut flowers in
stcr.d of only a small portion of it will
not sottlti down upon any ono undovint
inf method of preserving them, but
will rather vary it according to tho dif
ferent causes which lead to their decny.
Tako, for instance, tho llowers of a
Eoccalont nature, liko tlio iris. Tho
uteina, whon pat into water, slouch
owny aud soon give forth an unploasaut
odor. Thero aro two rcinodics which
way bo applied in this cawi. Either ono
should put a' mild disinfectant in tho
wattr nnd frequently chaugo it or cut
off tho cuds of tho stalk at short inter
vals. Another flowor whoso stem most rap
idly decays nnd corrupts tiio water is
mignonette, and it is often host, thoro-
fori', noriflcc itwhilo its hi-adis still
freshly gnu n. Heliotrope, like niiguon
etto, should always bo put iu wutor by
its-elf, for it hoc only fades nnd turns
brown rapidly, but it will Mil almost
nuy flower put with it.
Tho cnuw) of decay in hard wooded
plnuts liko tliu iuule.u and ciunniia is
that thoy do not tako up enough water,
not that they have any tendency to pol
lnto it, so that to out thoir stalks fio
qucntly would bo of littlo avail, liut if
when putting such flowers in a vaso or
bowl you uutko suro that tho lowest
loaves attached to tho blossoms aro un
der water tho effect is magical.
Ferns, and especially maidenhair, aro
very short lived when theyhavo to look
to tho stem nlono for nourishment, nnd
tho most effectual way to preserve them
is to soo that tho lower part of ovory
frond is well under wntor. Cut flowers
require as a rulo a far greater quantity
of water thun is given them.
Flowors should always bo placed iu
water as soon as possiblo after being
picked. When received by post in a
bomowhat wilted condition, an immo
diato pluugo into hot water with a lit
tlo sul volatilo will accomplish wonders
iu tho way of roviving them.
And if you wish to wear flowers in
your hair or on your corsage, they may
bo mado to retain thoir freshness for nn
entire evening by puttiug a bit of soal
iug wax over tlio ends.
IIow jMag the Heart May Stop llcutlnc.
Wlwn tho heart stops donth ensues,
ns a matter of foot, through asphyxia
tion. Tho circulation roases, tho ca
pillaries of tho lungs becomo gorged
with stagnant blood, while tho blood
in tho brain no longer carries nway
tlio waste products and brings the
oxygenated" fluid to rcstoro tho tissues.
As tho blood takes about half a uiinuto
to circulate thiough tho wholo system,
it may bo taken that at tho end of tins
period utter tlio htoppugo of tho heart
tho uitorh s would bo fllli d by tho lo.it
cliort of tho loft ventricle, while tho
veins would bo pouring thoir contents
iuto tho right auriolo. In a few seconds
nioio the nervous centers would ceaho
to act, and probably by tho end of tho
minute tlio subject would bu practically
dead from KtiU'oeation, although reflex
muscular action would probably keep
up tho unpoaranco of lifo for soino sec
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UsacS" -rift - 'ji jImS'Sa. A
THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
oi.n iki'sti:i;.h ui:-ki,h:ti:i roil
Tho I.lbi-iiriiiii'a ltPKrt- llio lrem.nr-
or llu u (Joint Kulaiico oil I In ml
Tho annual meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Library and Beading
Boom Association was hold last
evening, with boroly a quorum of
Tho treasurer's report showed a
balanco of SG20.50 on hand, which
is encouraging compared with
some former reports.
Tho constitution and by-laws
of tho association wero ordcrod
Miss Mary A. Burbank, tho
librarian, road the following re
port, which was approved:
To tho Trustees of tho Honolulu
Library and Beading Boom As
Gentlemen: Tho report for tho
year ending September 30th, 189G,
is as follows:
Number books purchased dur
Books on history, biography
and travel, 119 volumes.
Books on physical scienco, 12
Books on mental and moral
science, 29 volumes.
Books on religion, 3 volumes.
Books on art, 12 volumes.
Books on agriculture, 1 volume.
Esaays on genoral literature, 17
Poetry and drama, 22 volumes.
Books on fiction, 191 volumes.
Books of roforouco, 13 volumes.
Ono of theso is a valuable atlas
imported from Loudon.
There havo been 90 volumes of
Books havo been presented as
Three volumes Johnson's Cyc
lopedia by His Excellency Albert
One volume Oxford Dictionary
by James B. CiiBtlc.
Four volumes Oxford Diction
ary by Charles Webb Howard.
Tho number of volumes added
to tho catalogue is G38.
Books iu circulation during tho
year havo beon 0,937 volumes, of
which 5,078 wero fiction, 971 his
tory, biography aud travol, 7 en
gineering, 23 domestic arts, 11
art and music, 20(5 general litera
ture, 90 poetry and drama, 139
bound magazines, 123 mental aud
moral scienco, ldU physical scienco
and -17 on religion.
Besides tho subscribers thoro
aro 130 pupils of tho High School
who use library books which
greatly increases tho circulation.
Visitors to tho reading room,
Most in any ono month (Janu
Least in any ono month (July),
Most in any ono day, 03.
Least in any ono day, 19.
Number of regular subscribers,
Besidont transiont subscribers,
Strangers transient subscribers,
Lost from membership by death,
Lost from membership by ro
moval fiom town, 3.
Lost from membership by with
Twelve now subscribers havo
boon addod, thus keoping tho
iiumbor about tho samo.
Tho old trustees woro re-oloctod
to Borvo for another year. Tho
board is composed " of Hon.
Charlos It. Bishop, Prof. M. M.
Scott, President Dolo, Miss Mary
A. Burbank, Bov. 0. M. Hyde,
Win. F. Allon, Houry Watorhouse,
J. H. Fisher, Dr. N. B. Emerson,
Jas. 13. Castlo, Dr. O. T. Bodgors,
Prof. W. D. Aloxaudor and H. A.
Evenhuj lhtllcli 7Tt;;c) month.
noAitn or i:ih;c;a no.v.
More Dlucuskl ,n the I'lurtlciil
School-1 In- I'rliisrle UlnlU-r.
At the mooting of tho Board of
Education yesterday tho Practice
School was agaiu the subject of
dibcussion. From reports made
it would appear as if there would
bo difficulty iu providing tho re
quisite number of pupils for it.
The matter was laid to rest for a
timo by tho adoption of Deputy
Inspector Scott's report, which
was to the effect that if'tho mat
ter was loft alone it would regu
late itself. He was of tho opinion
that the school could not be filled
now except by forco.
Prof. Alexander roported fot
tho School Committeo reeom
mouding increase in salary iu the
cases of Misses Kekola, Kate
Howland, Ferreira, Ithodn Green
and Maroni to tako effect Decem
Tho matter of holding teachora'
examinations in tho Chribtiuas
holidays was laid over.
It was voted as the sense of tha
board that Inspector Gouorul
Towusond should rnmaiu on Ha
waii until ho had finished inspect
ing all tho schools on that isl
aud. Miss Mary Atkins was givon
permission to opou a private
school at North Kohala.
Piiauaia, a teacher of tho Pa-
hoohoo school, refused to take the
oath of allegranco and sent in U
resignation instead, which wns
J. Mclveaguo was transferred
to the Wainiha school and Miss
Hattio Coan was given tho posi
tion iu tho Hilo school mado
vacant by the resignation of Mias
Professor Alexander was em
powered to acquire by exchange
tho. lot at Pearl City recently
selected for school purposes.
Bofore adjourning W.A. Bowen
gavo notice that he would bring
up tho Pringlo matter again at
the next meeting.
rm: sii.Mi.tv co.-vi:ur.
I'ruriim S'or ITlnlioo lulnml roiuorio
The program arranged for the
Makeo Island concert tomorrow,
afternoon is giving below. It is
hoped tho clerk of tho weathor
will be in a faoutble mood. Tht
program contains somo new selec
The Old Hundred.
0crtnru KcMlvnl Lnrtzlng
ltnllsul-TliuslUer ll.it li Urevna
(n) l'ltgrim Cliurii4 (b) Evciilns Star....
Hctnliil.ccMCL'S of Uucllmvi'ii (vow)..,.
Selection-Bells irlo DonUctti
Gloria-Twdflli Mn Moznrt
Oh ot tu Alvxlim Ascber
Klnalc Tliu Usmanlt r'l etu
lliiw all I'oiiol.
At Umum Squuro.
If tho weathor clears up in the,
meantime tho Hawaiian baud will
give tlio regular concert at Emms
squaro this afternoon at 4:30, with
tho following program.
Mnrcli Present Arms I.elinlinnlt
Overt lire Itnj niond '1 lionin
llullad -Adieu, Mnrlo Adutns
nuleetlon dtrniU'lIn Kioto w
(lavoltc -Intermezzo Halt
WnlU Aitlsl Mf Struux
SI. Aiiilrcu't Did.
Noxt Monday buing St. Androw's
day, thoro will be-o special choral
service in St. Andrew's cathe
dral tomorrow ovening at 7:30.
Tho psalms will bo sung to chants,
and thero will bo spooial hymns.
A collection will bo taken up for
tho "Diocesan Fund." Thosorinott
will bo preached by tho Bishop of
Honolulu, and Bovb. Alox. Mack
intosh, V. II. Kitcat and L. Byrdo
will assist iu tho service. All seats
i up -
Kroeger Pianos, swootest in tono,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installmouts. WarorooniB at
G. Wosfe'B, Masonio Tomplo. Of
lico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tim
ing and repairing. W&T Tolo