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AVEDXKSDAY, OCT. 2o, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
KniglilBof l-ytlritui, 7:30.
Eelhcl, puiyor meeting, 7:00.
Fori st., piayer meeting, 7:00.
Si. Andrew's Culhcdrr', tun til
held in the Kmuiiahno Cluucli on
Monday right attracted but n small
uttdiouco, owing to the weather. Mr.
J. U. Kawainui win elected to the
chair, ami y 11. AV. Kawainui was
cieetcd Secretary. The Chairmau
then called on the Hon. G. AV. Pi
lino to address the meeting. (Ap
plause.) Mr. Pilipo, having ascend
ed the rostrum, returned bis thanks
for tlio honor that bad been confer
red on him, by giving him the privi
lege to address that meeting. "We
were under n nionnrch'ml govern
ment and a constitution. The speak
er hero described the form of gov
ernment and showed that this meet
ing was held in couforn 'ty with
section -1 of the Constitution.
Fi'iends and lovers of your country,
what do yoil come here for? What
do you expect to do? AVhat do you
tiink of tlio Ministers? Are you go
ing to refrain from action I' the
'Now we can take the helm in our
own" hands from these people who
are running it dangerously. All the
responsibility rests with them. It
was the Ministers alone who caused
the enormous appropriations to be
voted by the Legislature. This Min
istry doubled the estimates of the
jlatc Ministry. Then the matter of
, the AVuiluku laud grant was advert
ed' to and shown to be Ministerial
mcasiuc nH through. It wkj stated
to be a land much loved by the peo
ple. It was the place of sepulture
of the ancient chiefs. And yet not
one dollar of consideration w'as re
ceived by the Crown. The matter
of taking away from the dignity of
the Supreme Court was then touch
ed on, and the loan bill declared un
necessary. These were not tlio only
causes of complaint. lie therefore
moved a resolution which asked the
King to dismiss the Ministry, lie
had scarcely finished, and the .Secre
tary was reading tiie draft of the
resolution when His Ex. Simon Kaai
got up and said several tilings, of
which wo could not get a translation.
The Chairman said that there was
nothing before Hie meeting yet, and
His Ex. sat down after much pcr
Hiiasion, saying in English that "It
wasn't a public meeting."
Mr. David Malo then got up and
made u long and vigorous spcceii, in
xvliich lie staled that His Ex. had no
right to interfere, as this was a cili
zenw' niceling. lie mentioned sev
eralother tilings, and from what we
gotltratisbiled it might bo surmised
thatjlhc didn't know whether he
spolic for or against the Ministry
TlicWehairinnn had to tell bun oiee
that) he was not HpcakijMf-oii tiie sub
JccjC before th.Q. creeling. After this
IhiArc WVBT considerable disturbance,
J'rfflcss than four speakers being on
" the lienor at one time, trying to
catch the chairman's eye. Mr. John
Sheldon spoke in a vehement and
ejpqucnt style in favor of the pre
sent Ministry, but we were unable
t6 obtain a translation of his speech.
lie was warmly applauded by his
'-Sjyjf1 section. Fhu"y His Ex. Kaai
mni'ohcd up to the front and in a
humorous' speech compared himself
and the Ministers to a pig wait'ug
for the oven to bo heated to cook
him. Of course, lie would
kick, although lie hadn't
intended to when lie came. At the
close of his speech he asked all
those who thought tho Ministry a
ju1 one to signify in the usual
''manner. no iiio.i sain mai no
would move to limcliiutcly postpono
tho matter and walking down the
aisle bis followers rushing after him,
he got his hat and marched out.
After everything was quiet tlio order
ly pari of the meeting llmt remained
passed the resolutions, it mi" the
Chairman appointed a committee of
7 natives and 0 wliilo men to wait
on Ilia Majesty and convey tho
sense of tho meeting lo him.
About a iiltlo ovcVf two-thirds lof
those present remained when Mr.
Kaai and his train went out.
Throughout the meeting it was
noticeable that the O'sturbanco all
crno from tiie one quarter. The
number of forcigncis present was
very small and were mail "y present
from motives of curiosity. AVc no
tice! with surprise a few native
Coi rcipondcnce Is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what amy heroine m.
Wo leservo the rlirht lo excise nine
ly personal matte".
AVu do not hod mu selves lcsponslblc
for the opinions c.xpiessed by our cor.
i cspomlcnU. Jh.
EVERY BODY ELSE'S DOGS.
As the time draws near for the
annual slaughter of the innocents (?)
or the supposed slaughter, I think a
few words of advice to the Powers
that be, might be consideied
Everybody 1. lows there arc hun
C Mils of woi '. 'ess curs running
loose about the streets, and have
been for years; it is also known to
a" that many of them arc rotten
witli inci able diseases, wliich arc
contagious Just previous to the
usui '. raid by the Police, they can
be seen in : ' d"'cetions, at that
especial lime not one. There are
many valuable dogs here, of wl 'eh
thc! owncis arc justly proud, anil
for which they w' ingly pay a
license. What for? To have them
come in contact w'th lepious, mangy
curs, and thus become as bad as
these arc, and bring these diseases
into the houses and families of their
owners? 1 think it is the duty
of the health ofllccr, assisted by the
police to AW oil these curs, no
matter to whom they belong, and
thus rid' the town of a sro means of
disseminating the worst kinds of
The Kitsap arrived yesterday v.lth
about 1,000,000 feet of lumber for
"Wilder & Co. This is one of tho
largest cargoes ever brought here.
We believe that the Kitsap is named
after a county of AVashington Terri
tory. 21 days from Port Gi nblc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
It was raining at the head of the
valley yesterday, though not the
II.vvi: you seen that handsome
sign in black on gold of Dillingham
& C'o.'s painted by G. C. Strate
meycr. Mit. Henry MacFarlauc's yacht
Emma was launched on Sunday.
She is to win the yacht nice on the
Kiuu's birlhdav. that is if she can.
Two young si 'p dogs littered on
Kauai by imported German sheep
dogs, were sent up by the L"ccl"cc
yesterday to Hi .inula sheep station,
" Tin: Union for ever " was the
motto of many young men in our
midst until yesterday. Now, how
ever, the Grand Army of Lunch
Fiends has fa en back in perfect
Tin; jury in the Lazarus vs.
Trousseau case were discharged
yesterday mor. ':ig at !:;!0, after
being locked up r'l night. They
were unable to agree, the numbers
b-ing 8 to 1.
Oun old friend Sain'l Nott, is now
selling up a lino lino of lanir.s',
chandeliers &c., t.c, received per
Imacos from New York. Some of
the patterns of very neat. Give him
a ci .
Ox Monday iiftcrnoon ai
iitc ii mate or the Liuialh
natc ii mate of the Lunatic Assyluin
broke out of 's ce ', sprang on to
the back of A horse that was stand
ing close by, ,and rode at u "John
Gilpin" into lown tho lane that
lu Palnnin road, pr sued
jopcrsj on fool, He llim.ly
bi ought up at the lleforiuatoiy
School, and politely asked" to be
allowed lo conceal himself in the
premises. After a .'iltlc ta'k he ex
pressed a Vngncss loicturn to
tiie Asylm. He accordingly went
qti'clly back in charge of his keepers
AVj: arc told that pn Sunday last
one of the A. ll.'s of the Nicaragua
was cal"ug at private residences
begging, This ought to1- be
lboUcdinto by 'the llrltish Commissioner.
AVuy .did , llioso jnen lcavo the
meeting on Monday night? AVns it
becaiiio the' were afraid to stay and
vole, or was it because they were
ignorant of the proper mode of pro
cedure at pubro meetings?
AVitY doesn't the Government
move back those unsightly buildings
on Fort street, marka of AVildcr &
C'o.'s, and so make the street even
looking. AVc understand the owner
of the land is willing to give up the
necessary land for the street use, if
the Government will only shift the
buildings back. . At present they
arc only in everybody's way and
spoil the look of the street.
Sojii: wonderful examples of the
progress of the photographic art arc
now on t'icw at J. AV. Robertson &
C'o.'s store, Merchant street. They
are instantaneous pictures of II., 13.
M. S. Coinus wliilo in San Francisco
harbor. One shows her in the act
of firing a salute to the Marquis of
Lome and the Princess Louise, and
the other shows her while actuid'y
under weigh. AVhcn will the won
ders of tl rs science cease.
Yi:sti:iii)AY the boat from the
Alaska was employed in blowing
open the ends of the Niagara, in
order to let the cargo wash out.
This was done to prevent a plague
starting hero if a southerly wind
should come up. At. 11:15 a.m. the
ii"st explosion took place, sending
up a column of water about 16 feet
high, partly tl'roiighvthc cabin sky
lights. A hole nbottt'S feet in dia
meter was blown in her counter.
AVhcn the explosion look place tlio
hine of the decaying wheat could
be felt on shore.
On the 2nd Instant, al the H'sldcncc of
Mr". MoKuague, giamlmothct of both
bride and biideiooin. llruhi, Ouhu, by
the IU'V. AlenlidiT .Mnckintnsh, .' St.
Andrew's CiIIkmIimI, Honolulu, Jinbeit
Ab'Muidcr, son of Mr. Itobcit MIvenj;uu
of Snniitsville, Cnlifoinhi, to Mary Ann,
duiiKhtcriif M. Itobi'il llulfoid, of Gor
don, Illinois. .No curds.
Tho undufrlgiii'd Imvujiiil icceivcd, ex
" t'onsiielo," a quantity of
AVIiiuh Ihcymeprepaicd todUpo-e of in
Quantities to suit purchasers.
238 lw AVM. G. IIIW1N & Co.
AV. O. SMITH,
!!8 Merchant nticel.
T Y ' Apply to
JOSEPH i:. WISEMAN will act for
mu during my nbjei.ee lioin the
Kingdom, In all niulteis of huiiiuwi,
under Mill rower oi Attorney.
228 lw .INO. A. PAM
ALL Account dun to tho undendgn.
id and not n'tllcil by the It-1 of
ni'M month, will be phieen in the Col.
leteniV bunds without furthci notice.
A. M. MHLMS,
227 lw lClFoiUUeel.
DURING the temporal v abjure ot
Mr. AV. G. Irwin lrom HiN lvln,'.
iloni, Mr. AV. M. tiii'i'Miii will attend to
the buslue.-s of our bouxc.
22(i2m AVM. G. IltWIN Si CO.
DUIUNG my nb-ciu-u from this Kin?,
dam, Mr. Thoiuim Tannatt will
act forme under u full Power of Alter,
ney. ). V. CLAltK.
X.H. In older to niiiUe room for n
larger slock of new Myks of cloaks, Mr.
Tunnull will sell the' clock,., &c, in:,
now on bund, atgicnlly i educed prices.
"VTOTlCE. Diuhig my ub.-enco fiom
1 thlrt Kl.ijrdom, Mr. .Joseph O. Cur.
ler w 111 net lqr mo under u full Power
223 2w " P. ( JOXKS, .In.
TVFOTICE All persons owing money,
1 lem, Ac, lo Her Hlshnis-i Until
Kcclikoliml aie heicby icqueMed to
make their payments lo
21U lm H. A. AV1UEMAXX.
PARIS GOSSIP. !
MiciUfoi iliu Dully lliilldlii.)
His Majesty F'ng Oscar did not
insuro his lifo for 000,000 crowns
because ho doubted tho loyalty of
his Norwegian Bubjccls, Bays a"
Clirisliar'u paper, but because in the
goodness of his heart ho wished to
do a good turn to a respectable
Swedish Fire Insurance Company
Hint i3 suffering greatly from fdrcigii
competition. It will bo remembered,
continues the ofllcinl gn.cttc, that
some years ago IhcKing came lo the
assistance of a Stockholm banking
houtcin an equally generous manner.
Humours were afloat that the bank
was in a shaky condition, and the
public had begun a run on it, when
His Majesly, who was personally
acquainted witli the firm, and con
vinced of their solvency, at once
deposited his entire private, fortune
with Iho bank. This generous net
of His Majesty stopped the thsIi rs
by n miracle, and no bank in Scan
dinavia enjoys at present a better
reputation than the one in question.
The poisoning of the Tsar's snow
white coronation horses by Nihilists
is oflleially declared to bo untrue j
probably the railway accident al
Kolpino, a few hours after tho Em
peror had aligliteil tlierc, is nlso an
invention; and that story of an
impromptu military bridge over' a
deep ravine giving way after the
Tsar, Tsarilsa, and Tsarcvitch had
safely crossed is delightfully sensa
tional. I wonder if tlio Emperor
laughed when he saw Uncle Mislm
ami corpulent Vannovsky floundering
about in the wntcr at the bottom of
this deep ravine. Ist Ijora'j where
the accident is 'said' io haVc' takeil
place, is a small town on the Neva,
some thirty miles above Petersburg,
and ten from Kolpino, on the Mos
cow railway. The sappers and
miners encamp at the place dining
the summer months, w'liilc the rest
of the metropolitan garrison are
quartered at Krasnoc.
Some New York capitalists aie
piomoting a scheme for establishing
a shorter route to Europe by way of
Newfoundland and Galway. The
ehaucrs have been obtained for tho
ncecssary railroad, 70 miles long in
Nova Scotia, and 320 across New
foundland. In the foimcr the work
hasal-cady commenced. Steamboats
will cross the Narrows with the rail
way carriages on board, nnd the re
maining distance will be accomplish
ed by tlio existing lines. It is in
tended to convey passengers with-,
out change of carriages to
the ppint of depart ;e ottfor
the ocean journey, and tov
save from two to four days between'
New York and London. A daily
service is talked of, and the promoters
hope to get the contractfor the mail.
The completion of the cntb'c work
will occupy five years.
U " ' , . I1
OA11U LODGE. Xo. 1, Knights of
Pylhiin. Tho Membeis of the
above Lodge sue icque-tcd to attend the
Convention THIS (YVcdnc-dny) EVEN
IXG, us important business will come
ui). Fall attendance ic(iicsted.
217 II. SMITH, 11. K.& 8.
-During my absence fiom
1 this Kingdom, .Mr. Frank M.
collect the rents due fiom
belonging to Mr?. Xuunle
It. Uiewer, imdaNo make sales of cattle
fiom the lvnneohe Estate.
22.) 2v P. C. JONES, .III.
HpiIE litigation Privileges suspended
X until fuither notice do not incluclo
thosu derived fiom the Artesian AVells
on King stieet.
. C. 11. AVILSON,
222 Superintendent AVnter AVoikc.
.NION FEHD COMPANY, A. AV.
llusu, Manager aco adveitlso-
uii'iil on other jiage. 28
A splendid ami varied iiFsoilnicnt
LEWEUS & COOKE.
WAXTED, imniedhitely.il centially
located Cottage, witliin leaMiii
able walking diMaucc to biisiuesH, situa.
lion on the VjjiiMI'i side of Foil street.
Must have three bedrooms.
22:1 2 w ; J. E. AVisr.xr.vx.
' i '
"WT'ANTI'JD Anyona having a copy
M of thttbook "T.aiekinai" todis.
poo of will j
imso call at
:ui i. u
iAV, llOHEUTSON & Co's
in JH'Jj; OA1IT.
U. Jluekfi'lil ii Co '
IlUlIGAtriOX, after thin date, Is strict
ly forbidden, except between
The JIoiiim of O to H n. hi.
and 4 to O i, in. r'y
C1IAB. 1). AVILSON,
Approved: Jxo. U. llusu,
Minister of Interior. ,
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 18)32. ' 120
NEW ZEALAND OATS !
AVc have Just icceivcd, ex btciuner " Zen
laiulhi," a lot of
Ficsli, olenn and nice.
227 lw 1 YIND &
I0E -CREAM- FEST-W-AL
AVill bO given oh (
TlmrMdny, October 20tl,
Commencing al 4. p. in.,
In Iho Element of Foil Street Church,
for defraying the expenses of the
Go.spel Tempeianeu work
on lhu.-u Islands.
Admlsblon. 25 els; Children, hnlf.prlce.
Creine de la Creme.
rpiIE loe Factories are in full blaM,
X and so are
Elito Ice Oream Parlors!
They arc Just freezing, which H
What you icanl in this Wcalficr,
nnd don't jou forget it I
lee Cre.un can be bnd from 11 n. m.
to 11 p. in. at '
Elito Ice Cream Pnrlois,
177 80 Hotel street.
Finest and Richest Goods
Ever shown in this Kingdom.
OF CIIAS. J. FISUEL.'
EX STEAMER V.SUEZ,",
Eest California Huttui, In tubs nnd jaro,
llarrels Prime Pork,
HanelsE.xtr.i Mess Hecf, . , i.i.
llnlf-bauels extra Family Hcef,
Cases Filirbank Lard, 5 nnd 10 lbs.,
Cases Codlish, !
Hags Californln Potntocs,
Hags AVhoie Harley,
Hags G.oimd Barley,
Hags AVhlle and Pink Ucnns,
CSA1I iireollered nt low prices.
HOLLES & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, 1882. 223 2w
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
TO LET, t,
FOlt FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
TLEMEN, with nil the convenien
ces and coinfoits of n home, with
Use of Parlor.
llooms nro lurgc and xvcll vcnlllntcd.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
Coiner of Hotel nnd Aliikea .streets.
lo let, hiiiL'lo or double, xvltli all tbu
conveniences and eonifoils of a home.
Rooms me lnrgo and xvcll ventilated.
Terms strictly moderate. Apply nt , No.
2 Adams Lane. 211 lm
rpo LET-ONE COTTAGE
J. containing 7 rooms, with stnbllng
and every convenience, situated on the
P'uliw, about 1 mile from town. AVater
liiiil on. l-or purtieulnis imply to
, At E. O. Hull & SonV. ,
rpOLET n lot, 100-feet Hpiare,-on
X xihich Is stable t(r 10 or more
horses, can Inge house, nnd servant's
isc, xvntcr laid on, opening on Young
et. For particulars apply to
211 lm utE. O.Hall & Son
jjmjb A SPLENDID Opportunity
f3?JJ'MJa "(nv )ll'ered lo 'my tbo Popi
HiimCiiS'Ji lnr l.od'Intr Minimi repent
lar I.od' Ing "House rccentlr
occupied nnd conducted byib?. AVhlte
nt J2.j Fort street. Tliu preminpti co.ituh
1 stoie. 17 bediooms, kitehcii. (Iliiluu mid
bath loom. The roomi an ntl nicely
liiinisueii ami in peuvci '"'r. or,
further n.iitlculnrs uimlv t
prlotor, V. AV. AVALLAOE
FOR SALE or
Plains, In a am
llliuu. uir nuiirji in iiu u .
bedrooms, with closets; , :'"
I I MU... 1 I.. ......... i
rooms, with closets; , ""
n, pantiy, bath, kltchl , '''
... A "nice large yf ,nn
nw, Apply to "r,l
leads to I
J ltiiW. ''UM,