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V, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 3882.
j TI-IJ3 DAYS DOINGS.
! '. , MOKSlNO.
,-, K. P. Adams' Regular Cash Sale
nt 10 a.iii
,&' Ladies Prayer flouting, nt Fort
jL . i:t.ino.
feS Final Practice Musical AHSocin
jJ'Uion, MiiKio Hail, T.'JO p.m.
'.' Improved Order of lied Men: At
' their Wigw.un, at 7:110 p.m.
It is u very strange tiling that, in
a Christ ian uomnu:'iity like this, so
much disregard of t lie Sabbath, as a
rest day, is allowed to go on. The
' excuses offered arc that .steamers
must come and go, that to read let-
'. ters h a matter of necessity, and
that important business cannot keep
i till Holiday.
Well, admitting, for the sake of
, argument, that these excuses are
good, why not remove the cause of
We feel perfectly convinced that,
if proper representations were made,
the colonics would consent to the ah
,. teration of the time table, m as to
i )iiake it almost certain that the
steamers could not arrive hero on
Sunday; and this would, too, we be
lieve, have an improved effect on our
trade. When visitors arrive here on
Sunday, they invariably complain
that they cannot enter the shops or
bee the community at business. They
evidently desire to puichase here,
and are prevented by it being Sun
day while thpy stay.
Again, in regard to our inter
island steamers, would it not bo
possible to arrange that they, too,
should arrive so as to have the mails
delivered on a week-day? Is there
no reformer amongst us who will
arise and agitate this question? Is
there no one ho has pity on the hard
worked Post Ollicc eleiks who have
to work seven days in the week? Or
the merchants who have to devote
part of their rest day to receiving
and answering letters and arranging
for the dispatch of goods the next
week? And on the thousand and one
others who have- wcuked hard the
other six days, and now have their
Sabbatli rest broken in upon by this
custom'-' Who will do it and earn the
. thanks of the hard-workers of the
Wr. notice a paragraph in the
ArfonnuC of the '2fllh tilt., comment
ing on the P. 0. A. utterances
touching thu so-called Armstrong
editorials, In which Mr. Pixley ac
cuses Mr. Gibson of being, amongst
other things, in league with the
English residents to establish an
English protectorate. We assure
the Acfjonaut that no Englishman
here would enter into a league with
Mr. Gibson for any such purpose,
and furthermore that there is no
league here among Englishmen for
any purpose whatsoever, except for
the benevolent one of helping Eng
lishmen and others in distress.
The Eucalyptus is the Malarial
DisTiticis Aiioun'd Rome. The
Trappists have a convent at Tie
Fontaue, one of the most fatally mal
arious spots in the whole Campagua.
Here they have been planting
the Eucalyptus Globulus, the special
virtues of which as a drawer of the
soil and puritler of the air have bo
:onie well known. The report, just
presented by the Abbot to the Itali
an Minister of the Interior, states
that 28,500 trees have been planted
during the last year and the number
of person? attacked by malarious
fever has decreased f per cent.
The Trappists also extract a liquor
from tho leaves of the eucalyptus,
which they declare to be very useful
in attacks of intermittent fever, and
for the sale of which they have es
tablished a depot in Rome. The
elllcaey of this medicine docs not
seem, however, to be so unreservedly
admitted as are the beneficial effects
of the plant on the atmosphere and
Two drunks and two fast drivings
at tho Police Couit on Wednesday.
We learn by mail that the French
man-of-war Gers is at San Fran
cisco with three cases of scurvy on
A little alfiay occurred on Wed
nesday evening at a saloon on Mer
chant street. It appeals one of the
combatants was trying to induce
some sailors to desert when No. 2
interfered. Result, considerable loss
of blood to No. 1.
A good sccond-land cut-under
carriage and two two-seat spring
wagons can be bought cheap at Phil
Stein's carriage shop. 158 lw
Cait. Koppelmann of thu German
barque Adolph, has n fine black and
tan specimen of the St. Bernard dog
ou board. It is a truly magnificent
animal, standing about 3 feet high,
and is well worth a visit.
Tim murder of Dr. Crcvaux,
the French explorer, and five of his
companions, by Indians in Patago
nia, has been commemorated by the
Government of the Argentine Re
public, erecting a tablet to their
memory, at the cemetery at Buenos
Ayrcs. Wc will give further parti
On Wednesday night at the meet
ing at the Kaumakapili Church, J.
W. Mahclona, one of the Palace
people, stated that the King was
now sorry that ho had signed the
Liquor Bill ; that ho had waited for
one of our prominent citizens to visit
him and confer with him on the sub
ject, hut as he did not come, ho was
persuaded to sign it.
The people of Norway arc dis
satisfied with their union with Swe
den, and talk of sotting up a repub
lic. The Garfield monument in .San
Francisco will bo placed in Golden
Gate Park, in full view of the con
servatory. The shnft will be solid
granite 21 feet high from Placer
Count. The monument itself will
be of bronze, made in Munich. It
will cost $20,000 and will be com
pleted in a year. The desigh w ill
he exhibited at tho approaching
Mechanic's Institute Fair.
The story of the Egyptian troubles
is finished this number, and wo would
ask our readers to carefully reporuse
it, as the value of the' information
thus gained will repay the trouble.
The Italian man-of-war is now at
the Old Custom House wharf, taking
in coal ; so that she can now be
Mu. Wall's yacht accompanied
the steamer James Makee on Wed
nesday evening, as far as Diamond
Head, conveying friends to get the
last view of the passengers.
j We call the attention of Secre
taries! and others to "The Day's
iDoingo," and ask thein to kindly
furnish us with full particulars of all
meetings (political, business, social
orrchgious) for it.
Otf Tuesday Judgo Judd had three
probato cases hrought before- him in
Chambers, of which two were set
tled and ono postpone I for further
evidence. Yesterday the Supreme
Couit in Banco (Chief Justice Judd,
Associates McCully and Austin) sat
to hear a suit over a disputed water
right, in which the plaintiff claimed
that the defendants were- getting more
than their share of water by dam
ming the stream. Yestculay the
Court visited the locality of tho dis
pute, nnd made a personal inspec
tion. They did this at their own
expense to lighten the costs in thu
The Organizing Committee of the
now Agricultural Society met yes
terday afternoon at the bfllcc of Hon
II. A. Widemaun, and agreed on the
details, of a prospectus and consti
tution for the .Society. As soon as
these have been drafted and finally
revised a mcclihg of members and
of all interested in this important
matter will be called to adopt a' con
stitution and appoint an Executive
Committee and officers. The delay in
holding this meeting has been caused
by thu fact that four out of five of
the Committee aio members of tho
House of Nobles, and have there
fore been much engaged since the
(Lite of their appointment.
The last session of the Legislature
passed an Act requiring a session of
the Circuit Couit to be held at Wai
ohinu, in the District of Kau, Ha
waii, on tho first Thursday in Sep
tember of each year. We learn that
Chief Justice Judd, by virtue of the
powers conferred on him has an
nounced that no session will be held
there this year.
How Many He Had. "Well,
Tommy, old boy," said the old man,
" I want to pay for tho chaff that
I'vp had from you. How much is
it''" and Tommy turning to the
book, replied with the rapidity of a
bummer going for a free lunch.
"There's tluee .bags you haven't
had, three you did have, and three
you never will have, that's nine
altogether." "So it is, Tommy,"
said the old- man, thoughtfully, as
he dived down into bis hind pocket,
"So it is, Tommy, but 1 never
thought I had so many." And he
walked away ih a brown study, cal
culating what an expense his horse
was to him. Our Honolulu crank.
Annie Louise Cai is said to own
tho largest and most perfect emei aid
in tho world. It belonged to Queen
Isabella, and was bought at the kale
of that erratic .Spaniard's jewels in
Paris two years ago. It weighs
twenty-three carats, and is set in a
broad baud of Roman gold, studded
with twenty-four large diamonds.
Tho vuluo of thoemorald alone is set
at 450,000. "
' But why did you leavo hor bo
hastily?" as.kcd a 'sympathizing
friend who was trying to console- u
lover for his separation from the ob
ject of his idoitary. " Oh, it was a
sudden impulse-?" "I don't know
exactly," returned tho suflurer,
thoughtfully, " but it must have been
at least a No. 12
A wet cjoth hung in an open win
dow will cool tho air of a room mat
erially. It will allor I no littlo com
fort in a sick room. A basin of fi csh
water is also a good cooler.
Victims of that littlo cast-iron
liend, tho toy pistol, are reported
from all over tho United btatcs.
About ono a day since tho 4th of
The arm of a man, fpro leg of a
quadruped, wing , of a' biul, and fin
of a iish, all present tho sumo bones
vaned and modified.
A tobacco hater says: "Two
cigars a day will supply a family
with flour.' Fogg says ho buyb half
a doon cigars boine days, but ho
doesn't find it any easier to supply
tho family with Hour for all that.
Ho thinks there must bo a mibtako
soimtwhurn. ffanfon TfaiucrljU '
Yes: give- thorn pcriuasiou to tro in
nnd help thchisolvus.l It is true thut
thi boys will not enjoy thu fi tilt us
much that way an if you n'.Jowod
'thoni to stn.il it, lint it will bo just
' cs hkuly to mal.i' thum sick.
Tho United ServicAOazette Eays:
" Wo regict to loarn thatthe- dis
cipline and interior economy, of ill.
M. S. Baochanto continue to be most
unnticfaetoryi Tho sooner tho sinp
is paid oJFor'a' "change of superior
oflicurs the hotter ; it will evidently
be for the credit Of "the" navy. ' Few
office! Sboryiiig on board her will, wc
iirtaginc, bu disnosod to look buck
with much gratification upon their
cruibts with the royal princes, (thu
sons of 'the Prince' of J Wales),, to
whom also such a condition of things
us have obtained on board hor can
lmvo proved anything but a desir
ablo school for solf-disoiplino."
The jokes of tho circus clown must
bo made up of kind words. For you
know, " kind woids never die."
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
August 11, nt 10 a' in., , "?
At Sales Room. .
Dry Goods .& Clothing
At 12 M., ut Sales room, will be sold
Several Saddle Horses,
4 Good Carriage Houses,
2 Sets Single Harness, " '
2 Grey Hbrscs,,. -jj
1 Roan and 1 Black Horse.
C2TA11 biokcn to hnrncBs.
' K. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
LOST The centre-piece of a Gold
Ear-iinrr, set wth live small pearl".
Tlis- finder will tic handsomely rewarded
on returning Mime to J. W. Robertson &
Co. '105 lw
Sugar Plantation Stock
FOR 'BALE. The undersigned lias
for hiilu a few shares of styicls of
line Sugar Plantation Companies. Lia
bility Limited; stock valuable.
Wit. O. Smith. Stock Broker.
105 lw )J8 Merchant street.
17"OR SALE. A PIANO.-oftho maun.
? f acinic of A. Uord. The Phmti U
in good tune, and will be sold at a low;
price. For further particulars annlv to
.f. W. Robertson &.Co. 105 lw
Potatoes &l Onions.
ON" HAND, and to arrive per Steam
ers, a choice lot of of
Early Rose and Garnet Chile Potatoes
and silver-skin Onions. In lota to suit.
105 lw LAIKB & Co.
A FINE LOT OF
"Contract" and "Imperial,"
White and Colored,
For ,ale in tpiantitie-i to suit. Also,
, Choice Sofections 6f ,,
Latest Styles of Decorations.
y 1 ...
105 Sw LEWERS & COOKE.
Just Received by
J. W. EOBERTSON & CO.
" " t i
Prondamitcf, bjvVlc. TVliichcII.
The Twins of Tabic Mountain, 'by Bret
Handy Rooks of Popular Quotations.
Campaigns of the Civil "War, by Gen. II,
lw ifcc, &C, &c,
Juar, on nunaay morninc last, an
J ODD FELLOWS' PIN-Camp
ana o-ijiiik ucsign. ino nnuer win no
well rewnided by "returning same to J.
"W. Robcrtt-nn & Co, ' 10,i lW
FOUND, a black and tan TERRIER
DOO, with collnr, chain and tag.
Ns. 033. Owucr can have the same b,
applying at the ArteMnn Ice Works, anil
paying coat of thla.notlco. - , 103 lw
rpo LLT-STARLE ON KING ST.,
jl rear oi a. tverra mini jmporiuni.
Apply toQ. W.ebt. 103 lw
GIRL to ppcratc on a Sowing .Ma
chine: also, two DrenfmakeiN.
Apply to Mu, A. M. Mw.ua' Dret
Making Establishment, 101 Fort st.
WANTED, a SMART BOY.
at thu Bui.lktin Olllce.
at 'rih: l
On Saturday J3v'f,Attff. 13
At 8 o'clock, given by the
Amateur Musical Society I
For tho purpose of inislng needy
FUNDS FOR THE SOCIETY.
1. Selection Parlor Oichcstra.Glinarosa
2. Chorus Gipsy Life Schumann
3. Vocal Solo Robert do Diablo
4. Chorus Madam Angot "Lecocq
5. Selection Parlor Orchestra..3Iarques
Cantata The Rose Maiden
" Solos, Chorus, nnd Orclicutia... , .
General Admission, SOcts.: Gallery 25ct3
Reserved seats 25 cts extra.
Doors open at 7:30: Concert begins
lw i promptly nt 8. 101
ALL persons having hordes or other
nnimnls in tho pastures at JCKWA
LO, (residence of Mr. S. M. Carter,) aro
hereby notillcd to communicate in re.
ganl "to pasturage charges with tho
umlersicncd, otherwise such animals
will he liable to br impounded.
July 31, 1882: (ICO lw) L. Wilcox.
rpO LET. TwoAVell.furnished Rooms
i Apply to Xo. 4 Garden Lane. 150 lw
rpWO OFFICES TO LET, on tho sco-
1. ond floor oi tho building occupied
by J. "W. llobiton & Co 189
IjiOR SALE, LOT No. 121, In Kaple
L1 lai'il Park, dimensions 54 s 300,
f.iclng the beach, and well fenced, .p
ply to C. O. Bi'R'ii-i-. 143
I?OR MALE, a two-seated wagon
. with polo midshafts, and a
double harness, nearly now", prico
SifiO. Slay be seen in rear of No.
120 School st. TV. G. Ncedharh. 72
17011 KALE, a MULE CiRT
JL Apply to
1Olt SALE, one new-Scow, capable of
holding II) tons, bulltliy It. Emmcs,
and now' In'good ordir. For further par
titulars apply to Tur.o. 11 Daviks & Co.
XOST. on Saturday penlns. on the
J Vallcr lload, between Mr. Henry
Caiter'a and Mr. .T. S. Walker's pre
mises, two plccei of MUSIC ''Tanhau
scr," and "Secret Love." The finder
will receive the thanks of the owner by
leaving the .same at tho office of J. W.
Robei tson A Co'.s. US
Toilet Sdapi. Rluc Mottlad Soap,
inst received. Our toilet po.ipn nra
beautiful and cheap, families would do
well to examine.
Ofi A. S, CLEOHOftN & Co
Buggies, Carriage, Express WagonB
and every kind of vehicles-1
BlnckomiMiiirg, hoi so-shoeing,
and all kinds of repairing done.
r TMIE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko ILv
X wfAii Pah Ain'a," owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 3,'J00 copies, and
ib the best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. 0 Merchant' nt. 1
Drink Palmer & C.o's
76 cents per dozen
TRRIGATION after this dite (Juno
1. a.lrd,,18S2,) 1 lipdtcd to (4) four
From 0 to 8 In the morning, and
From i to 0 in the uvenlng..
Permlsion to lirigato during moro
convenient hourMxlll be grantedoh ap
plication to thu Supcrlntcnpent.
Persons found Irrigating except dur
ing speelOed hours will hae their prL
viloges suspended without notice,
o. D. yituETir,
Supt, Water "Works.
Approved : Signed, S. K. Kaai,
Minister of Interior. 121
WANTED. A live man wllhmodor
ate capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, cm heir of a
grind buplness opportunity by address
ing C P I)., Hullctlu. office. Principals
only. All communication!; strictly con
Udoutial. " 105