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The event along the waterfront
yesterday was the departure of the
oisswoary steaser Homing Star.
Daring the aAeroeoa she changed
her position, and at 2 o'ckck the
was laoored t the new wharf, with
her bow pointed toward the sea
and everything in readiness for her
-departure. Two o'efeek was named
as the hone for the farewell
and at that hocr the wharf
beM ocite a crowd of people who
.adaired the trio look of the
teaser. Derieg her stay in port,
THE 1HSSK"AEY SIFTAVEB, "ilORSDTG
CaptsM Garland had her
generally and seamen state
thst she was never in better condition
than at present.
For setae davs the steamer has i
been taking on stores, and i
when she left yesterday there I
were 9S1 packages of merchandise
in her hold, consisting
mostly of rice, sugar and coffee.
The earpo was valoed at $7,257-21.
She had & number of passengers
also, and among them were the,
fallowing missionaries; Rtv. F.
g to Sck ; Dr. C. F. Rife and wife, received with applause, as
go to Unsafe, and Miss E. T. the contralto sotes of Mrs. W. I
-T ., ...
Crosby, who gees to Rnk also. Cap-
tain Gsrt&aa s family accompanies
nim on the trip.
The vessel wiE probably have
fair winds curing her long voyage,
bat if calms are experienced she
has more than coal enocgh to last
her until Jalnit is reached. Steam
is not ssed while the vessel is cruising,
except when she is entering or
Captain Garland and the departing
missionaries were not forgotten
yesterday by their friends, as many
bendks and n&ekages were deposit-
on board by kind peop e.
The nsnal crowd gathered on the j
wharf and on board the missionary j
vessel foe the farewell services.!
ReT. O P. Emerson, seereterr of
the Hawaiian Board, conducted
the exeraees. After singing the
hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers''
Rot S. L. B. Penrose offered an
earct prayer for the outgoing
mi&siociame. IUt. Mr. Price, as-
szfeed to Rot, m&ie a brief
address?, fpeaking of the
serrice as one in which the
assgeed daty seeaas to come directly
from the Master, and to have
special joys attached to the performance
of the daty. Dr. Rife,
saccccding Dr. Pease at Kuetiie,
spoke of the ditSccIUes in the wav
Of his Hfiog Dr. Pease's place, bat
the :esseat also m that it
seemed of the Lanr owo ordering
that be shoeld be gatug now with
his wife to Micronesia, instead of
Afhea. to which their thoaght bad
Srst her n tcroed. Rev. W. 2. Looo,
the Ha warns mirjtooary, who returned
listMarcfa frara the Gilbert
Islands. oCered prayer. Rev. Dr.
Bicgh&sx had a special message
for Captain and Mrs. Garland.
Speaking cf the varioos
Tk now in the service of
di&rect societies, he said that
aaaoog the daees of
workers that the Holy Spirit
5-d and catBnuaMoned, aozbt to
he enaaMrsted in thrte days
Ca'r; f nwstinaary Ttesli." If aH
3ted wkh the work we e only
rJci5recratd, a every b.Jt and ropi
oStd spar itid Fail of tl.e Mon.ing
vision of nrilleuial glory would be
speedily wauied. Then
theni of the infant daughter
recently born to thetu, be said th3t
all their friends sympathized with
them in their desire that this
child should be then and there
consecrated to God. Taking the
. little one in his arms, Dr. Bingham
bap;iied her by the name of Dorothy
Lakeman. "With a brief prayer
' the services closed. The decks
were cleared, and eoou the Star
sailed brisklr awar for her ten
THE MANDOLIN MTJSICALE.
A Large and Appreciative Audience
UlCC.i ru.t ilr. Adelstsin.
It is seldom that lovers of good
music have a chance to indulge
their taste in Honolulu. But that
chance came last evening, 3nd a
large audience at the Opera House
was the result. Mr. Adelstein had
obtained the best possible local
talent to assist him during his
mandolin musicale, and the
throughout was greatly
The principal part of the performance
was, of course, Mr. Adelstein
and his mandolin- He showed
himself a master of both that in-
strament and the lute, and was recalled
after each selection he
played. The lute is an instrument
new to Honolulu, as in ict it is it.
the United States, Mr. Adelstein
owning the only instrument of the
kind in America, and he proved
himself as accomplished a Iutanist
as he is a player of the mandolin.
The instrumental quartette and
sextette, in which he played the
solo parts, were especially good.
Miss McGrew scored a great and
well deserved success in both her
solos, and was once recalled
Miss Xettie Burhans played
sotos, which were botr.
j Vrarriner. All in all, the concert
was a great treat to those who attended.
The following was the
Op. ii 1. Weber
llfes 2Tettie Borbaa?.
2. Somae ." iron Coaur
SOavre a Ta Vblx," from
"SaBtpeOB t Delflah
Mfc3 Kate MGrsw (aec Bipiafed by
Mr. Jahn Tarn iTeGrew).
3. MJiBitoff b Sofe
a "aaaveBireeFfreaze" Ser-
6 MIateraTzo', Czfbn.ka
Mr. aoel Ailekteia.
i Contralto Soto "La
M& W. I. Warrimsr.
5. Ffoaa Sa4 "Jtoodo
Ofis' On. It Meadebsba
Mk Nettie Baranns.
a. lafitrsawatal Trio "Ra-e H
MatnIaKn Mr. S aiae( AdVkteta.
Vmm JUfce Pair,
llano ilfrd XeKte Baraaas.
7. Late Sato
b. "Beg," Mo
Mr. cdMM Adelaide.
s. Spra Solo "For aM Eternity,".
MI Kate MeGew.
Late obifato, Mr. SumH.il Adefateln.
9. IastraeaeaL! Onartrite
TtrBirra -"si BtAHfeo," from
Late, Mr Samuel
THh, 3Ifc Kate MeGrew.
Cell, ilr. H'iimio.
Piaao, M lid Settle Borhans.
Ml Coatralta Solo
"AJIa Sulfa Bobandf
Mm V. I W.rriBer.
LateoMigata, llr. Samnel Adelstein.
Maatiatfa to, ilr iimBt! Adehtelo.
VwHb, 5rf Kaie MeGrew.
TIb, Mir. Paly.
JTB&-, ilr. Grvrgt Pari!.
CrHa Mr, Uriuuan.
Plana, Mb .Nettie Earh&a.
C. If- Lather aa aBplied for the
paeitiea af Sepczieieatieot of the
iBe&ae Aijlom fa ease of a
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Mk. Editor : I notice that many
newspaper writers in this city and
iu the States are fond of calling'
the present government an oligarchy.
But in my apprehension
of the facts in the case, an oligarchy
signifies the rale of a few
for their class interests, as monarchy
signifies the rule of the individual
iu the interest ut himself
and his family. The theocracy is
uot a monarchy; no one ventures
to regard the sovereign will of God
as the arbitrary control of a despot.
Democracy is a government of the
people for the people by the people:
and theocracy is the government of
the universe by a siugle will for the
good of all concerntd. A constitutional
republic which expressly
declares that it is instituted for the
welfare of the whole community is
not an oligarchy, and cannot with
reason be classified under that distinctive
denomination. The good
of the whole body politic, not the
development ofany one portion, is
the declared object of the new form
of government adopted for the Republic
of Hawaii. H.
A ilotto for Hawaii.
Mk. Edxtok: It may ba true
that the old Hawaiian motto goes
with the old flag, and the old coat-of-arms.
But it seems to me that
the Republic of Hawaii (why could
it net have been chris'ened "The
Hawaiian Republic?"), may well
have a new name with its new nature.
Without presuming to propose
"the best," I would
these words for a national motto,
"Without prejudice, without partiality,
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for Patent Sazar Cane Crusher, are now
prepared to receive orders for the samey to be delivered in
ume ior tne next crop.
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whole sugar crop made in Cuba is being made with the assistance
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