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WBDNKSDAY, SKIT. 27, 1882.
TME DAY'S. DOINGS.
Funeral of thu late C. T. Wiling
'hum. from Bethel, at 4 o'clock.
Hcthel; Prayer mecling, 7:30
4 , Fort Bt. Church ; Prayer meeting,
A" 7 :!I0.
s,? St. Andrew's Cathedral: Usual
'services, i '.iu,
Correspondence solicited on tho top.
",'lcs el t ho day, or what may become so.
, W'ij re-trivo the light to excise puns
''ly pur-onid matter.
''. We do not hold oursclvc-i responsible
for the pinions cxprcMcd hy our cor-
Tho Hawaiian Situation.
5ti:. Eui-ron : 1 wish you would
find room for the following lines in
, your widely road little paper, as I
think the other papers have not
grasped the situation.
Some months' ago, when the pre-
, sent Cabinet took olllce, it was the
opinion of the public! generally that
tliuy were chosen merely to carry
through tho Legislature or rather to
propose certain measures and sanc
tion their passage, such as the late
Cabinet could not and would not
take iuto consideration. If that was
public opinion, then it seems the
public were correct.
But was it ever contemplated by
the best minds of tiic country that
such men could manage the govern
ment with any degi ce of intelligence?
So far as the head of the Cabinet
is concerned no one would question
his ability to conduct and perform
the duties of the Foreign office. The
same may bo said, in regard to his
ofllce, of the Attorney General. But
nrc they practical men? Can they
manage or advise in the management
of the Interior and Finance Depart
ments? If they are not, how arc
There is not an intelligent man in
this country if he chooses to say
what he thinks and believes, who
will say that tho two men in charge
of these departments are capable.
These two ollices arc to-day manag
ed simply by the clerks. Perhaps
the clerks now in charge could till
the otlices of the heads of the De
partments, but as long as they are
not in that position, theyliavc not'
even the aid or advice or others.
It would seem the time has come
when largo sums of money have to
lie handled. Would it not be better
that men were in charge who had
aoine kuowledgo of what money is,
of where it is to come from, and
where it is to go to, and above all,
, men that have the confidence of the
moneyed men of the country to some
It is not enough to say this mnn
. htm managed a largo estate, and tin
other successfully assessed a por
lion of the country. The people may
question this very much especially
1 lie management of the largo estate
part. It is simply an absurdity to
think that men with no experience
can conduct the affairs of our gov
ernment to-day, and the sooner the
King and his Cabinet sec it the bet
ter for the country.
This government should not and
cannot borrow 82,000,000, but it
could borrow a moderate sum, with
people at the head of affairs that the
. country had confidence in, otherwise
they cannot hope to. Thcso are the
A Plain Bcsinkss Mas.
Aoain- wo call attention to the fact
that the Water Works will cut off
the water supply of those who
liavcii't paid their rates, as there
are some people yet who have not
read out last notice or else not
attended to it.
Latest News by tho City of
Sept. 9 Great battle atKas'sassin,
1 ,0000 Egyptians with 1 2 guns attack
the English. Arabi's best forces in
the engagement. Total defeat but no
panic or rout. British loss Gl; 4
guns and a green standard captured.
Egyptian retreat to Tcl-cl-Kcbir ;
firing ceased at 3 o'clock. Mutiny
in Arabi's camp at lvcfr-cd-Dwar.
Turkish troops ordered not to leave
Port Said till the Convention is
signed. A number of Turkish offic
ers have joined Arabi. Tho comet
was visible at Melbourne and Ade
laide, Sept 11. Supposed case of
small-pox on steamer from Fiji at
Sydney. Governor of luji onboard.
Steamer in quarantine.
Ykhtkuday the town was saddened
by the news of the sudden death of
Mr. C. T. Dillingham. It appears
lie was riding into town from his
residence about 8 a.m. along King
street, and two drays coming along
startled his horse. As he was at
tending to it tho saddle-girth parted
and he was thrown violently on to
the road. lie was picked up by two
natives passing who saw the occur
rence and took him home. He was
insensible up to the time of his
death about 2 im. Drs. Trousseau
and Martin attended him. He leaves
ti sorrowing widow and two little
children. The funeral will leave the
Bethel to-day at 4 p.m. Tho Odd
Fellows will officiate at the grave of
their deceased brother.
Of exercises at laying of the Corner
stone of the building of the Y.M.
C.A. of Honolulu, corner of Alakea
and Hotel streets, on Thursday,
Sept. 28th, 1882, at 3 o'clock im.
1 Music By a Select Choir
2 Prayer Ilcv. J. A. Cruzan
3 Description of the Building. ....
Rov. C. M. Hyde, D.D
4 Music -. Choir
5 Address "The Alms and Objects
of tho Y.M.C.A.," Mr. A. Pratt
C Beading of list of contents of box
to ho deposited in Corner-Stone,
Mr. C. M. Cooke
7 Laying of Corner.Slonc. .Mr. A Pratt
8 Prayer Rov. S. C. Damon, D.D
0 Music Choir
10 Financial Matcmcnt.P. C. Jones. Esq
11 Doxology " Praise God from
whom all blessings flow,"
Choir ii ml Audience
Tin: City of New York sailed from
Sydney, Sept. 7th : from Auckland.
Sept. 12th; two days after ex
changed signals with the steamship
City of Sydney. Arrived at Hono
lulu Monday, at 2. 15. Left for San
Francisco at 2 a.m. yesterday.
No more Portuguese at the depot.
Fiust class Book-keeper wants
position. See adv.
That enterprising stockholder,
Mr. Ellis of K. P. Adams', has sold
33 shares of East Maui stock in 21
Ykstkwday afternoon the last sec
tion of Wilder's Marine Railway was
successfully launched. Full details
Mr, C. C. Coleman went up yes
terday by the Kilauea Hon with his
improved cane planter to try it at
Sprockets' Plantation, Maui.
We heard that our friend the
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary to Japan, went off
in tho happiest humor possible.
The sloop ,l Sport on tho Wave "
was yesterday sold at Auction, Mr.
John Colburn being the purchaser,
AVe aro informed that there aro
only two Portuguese women left and
mm. uiese arc waning 10 juiu iiteir.
Wi; print this morning the foreign
and colonial iiowb omitted yesterday
for want of space. We further hold
over some communications for the
"Wur.N will people learn to keep
their horses and cattle from straying.
Out Pulama way, it is said, gates
are wilfully opened and animals lot
in to graze on other people's pro
perty. This should he put a stop to.
Qt'im a number of people were
present at the departure of the
steamer yestculay morning, although
It was so inconvenient an hour.
Ilis Majesty was present. McLean's
string band performed selections of
Tin: road to the Park just this
side of tho bridge is in a disgraceful
condition, about six inches deep in
dust. And yet, we arc told, this
road would, if it were watered well
and regularly, say once n month,
be firm and hard and have no dust.
It is a shame to see the money, that
has been previously expended on
this road wasted 1)3' allowing the
whole road to gradually get blown
A FitiKND remarked to ns that it
seemed very queer that tho sloop
" Sport on the Wave " sold yester
day should havo come on a scaling
excursion with so small a stock of
firearms, ammunition, harpoons, pro
visions, &c. Various rumors arc
atloat that she brought opium down
and landed it on one of the other
islands. If there is any foundation
for these tilings he police should in
vestigate the matter.
A vekt pleasant cpisodo took
place on board the Alaska on Sun
day evening. Genial Surgeon
Tryon's birthday was celebrated.
The good wishes of the assembled
company were tendered to him in
the following broadside of puns :
When the Jiel-knap'a the (K)
2Fcl(l)3 on which we expect to be
wafted to the Miami to meet our
.tW-gment w'c hope to hear N"oQ)ell
in every Hall. And as we rise above
the Uarlines we shall not need jfthe
services of a silver-5mVt to Whit
ing our robes in anticipation of our
joyful presentation to JUmamtcl our
King, the Rharrers in future joys
for ever with Helt(n)on.
Z$T A New ICutundcr Carriage for
Hale, very low. at Pun.. Stkix's Carriage
Shop. 201 lit
24 and 30 Gauge,
0, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths.
Eastern Clear Square Edged
WHITE OAK PLANK,
From 1 to 4 in. in thickness,
Received ex late arrivals, and for sale in
quantities to suit, by
205 lm ALLEN & ROBINSON.
New Zealand Potatoes !
Ex City of New York,
For Sale by
201 Iw H. MAY it Co.
Il- Mr.jtciiANT Taii-ok,
20 1 Corner Fort and Hotel sts.
LOST On Saturday, on Merchant St.,
between Fort street and tho Post
Olllre.a turquobc-bliio enamelled Locket
A suitable reward will bo paid to the
Under by leaving it at J. M. Oat & Go's
Store, Merchant bt. 201 at
WANTED By a llrst.class Account
ant unit (Jurre-inoiulciit. n no.dtinn
as BOOK .KEEPER
-;.-....;...;;. . . . i- v-..
Omre Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July U, 1883.
ALL pcr.-'ous having Water Privileges
are untitled that their Water Rate-,
are payable M-mi-aiimmlly, in advance,
lit tliu olllce ot the Siip-rintcndent of
Water Works, font of Nuuanu street,
lion tho Lit dav iiLJniiiKirv and Julv of
iiohyear. Oll.Ui. H. WILSON. '
Sup't Water Work.
. K. Kaai. MiuUter of Interior. 201
' "' K- Kaai, MiuUter of Interim.
EST For n perfect lilting Gent's Suit,
you'll do Well to call at the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. Mki.lih,
lOt Fort street. 202 2w
- ir r 'ii ' n'l ' S
Horsu Shoeing u specialty,
A flrat.classniiui being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
attended to. 201
Tongued and Grooved
CAEGO NOW LANDING
Ex bktnc KliUltat,
Also, a Full Assortment of
Lumber of all kinds,
FOR SALE BY
202 lm Lowers & Cooke.
C2? Gent's Evening Dress Coats'aud
Suits to he had at the Honolulu Cloth
ing Emporium of A. M. Mkmjb, No. 10-1
Fort street. 202 2w
IMPORTANT ISSUES !
One of the most beautiful cottages on
Fort htrcct, to rent. House contains C
rooms, bath, &c, stable, ample grounds,
shade trees, &c Rent, 840 a month.
A tine cottage containing 5 rooms at
l'auoa valley, (Punchbowl street), sltu-
atu on an acre of ground. A large ele
cant nam ana stanio, water, running
tirooK uiui everyuunK co
irook and everythln
raising poultry or
ltcntal sjafiO n year.
Small neat cottage to let on Queen
street above Punchbowl street, contains
5 rooms. Water bath &o. furniture to
sell on tho premises. Rental 81-' a
A beautifnl cottage to let on King
street near the residence of Mr. Dow
sett, suitable for u small family, neat
grounds, shade trees &e. Rental $110 a
Another tine cottage on Liliha street
to let, and also several others about
town and suburbs.
gmirutced business to tho right party
of 8300 a month, sell reasonable
Property for sale lu various parts of
Partner wanted in the Blacksmith
A very pleasant suite of rooms to
rent, furnished In the heart of tho city.
Location line and convenient to the
Hawaiian Hotel or English Club.
Rooms In all parts of the city to rent.
General Olllce, business transacted.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker and Employment
Agent, 27 Merchant st.
rpWO OFFICES TO LET, on the sec
JL ond floor of the building occupied
bv J. W. Robertson & Co 13j
rno RENT A Furnished Room, five
JL minutes walk from the Post Ofllce.
108 Apply to J. M. Oat & Co.
. pleasant location.
Robertson & Co.
to let In a very
Apply to J. W
ANTED Anyone having a copy
of the book " Lalekawal" to dls.
po.M! of will please call at
201 lm J. W. ROBERTSON & Co's
WILLIAM AULD, Agent to
take Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Labor for the District of Kona
Island of Oahu, at the ofilco of the Hono
lulu Water Woiks, foot of Nuuanu st.
TVrOTICE The undersigned has RE
JL MOVED HIS OFFICE, from No.
54 King street, to No. 00 Nuuanu street,
next to L. Ahlo.
10 2w L. A8EU.
"VTOTICE On and after the 1st day of
JLN October next, all Outstanding Ac.
count-, will be presented at the cud of
N.B. Ciiih sales of over $5.00 will re.
ceive the usual discount of a per rent.
A.M. MELLIS, 101 Fort St.
Honolulu. Sept. -1. 1882. 185
rpO LET TWO COTTAGES, each
JL containing 7 rooms, with stabling
and everv convenience, situated on the
Plains about 1 mile from town. Water
laid on. For particulars apple to
103 lm At E. O. Hall & Sou's.
Just Received, per Suez; '
From San Francisco,
THE LATEST STYLES
Trimmed and Uutrimmcd,
Also in Straw and Rough Plush.
Beautiful Plumes and Flowers.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
FINR LINE OF
181 ly 103 Fort street.
110 days from Liverpool,
Several New. Lines
Never before shown lu Honolulu.
Small profits and quick returns, at
202 lm J. T. WuterliouHC's.
rpWO TOP BUGGIES,
2 Second Hand Expresses,
1 Two-seated Basket Cut-under,
1 Beath Wagon,
1 Single Dray, Horse and Harness,
All tho above aro In good order, nearly
us good ns new.
109 lw G. WEST.
Just Received ex Kalakaua,
ONE HUNDRED CASES
of superior ipjalltv, and for snle'ln quan
tities "to suit, bv
104 lw F. A. SCHAEFER & Co
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
Busu, Manager. Bco advertise
ment ou other page. 2S
THANKFUL for that liberal patron'
age which has been extended to
the undersigned, rendering it necessary
to enlarge iiih
move to me
its change to
to enlarge Ids Printing Department and
move to more spacious quarters, ho
would respectfully Inform the public of
No. 6 Kaahumanu Street,
(Flltricr's old stand, and -.uoro recently
occumed by Mr. Mux Eckirt). adiolnimr
fThco. H. Davles' otllco, where all wort
In tho several branches of
News, Book & Jou
Will be attended to fait
in a style of art m
The Bindery Department
At the Old Stand on Merchant street, has
recently received additions 'tf New Ma
chinery, for expedition and perfection of
work, and Is wholly carried n by ex
perienced Forelgu Workmen, -
Perforating, Ruling, Paging,
Marbling, Gilding and Finishing,
Executed in a manner equal to any ofllce
on the coast
170 lm THOS. G. THRUM.
rpEACHER OF ELOCUTION Prl.
X vii to Lessons given,
Afternoon and evening classes, for girls,
boys, and ladies.
A limited number of boarding pupils
will be recehed. Application can bo
mode at No 0 Kukul street, from 10 to
12 a. m. 105 2w
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
IOR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
? TLEMEN, with all the convenien
ces and commits of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms are largo and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Mo derate
Comer of Hotel and Alakea streets.
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