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THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
m, J JV. ' ' .AFTERNOON,
Fori slicet Vestry : Ladies l'niycr
niceling, U o'clock.
.,i()idcrof Red Men: 7:30. , ,
Spucinl meeting of Jiodc lu '1'ro
' gicstlcl'Occanio, I21A.1' &A.M.,
2nd degree, ut 7 :!K).
Adjourned meeting of Iloynl Ha
waiian Agioullural' Society, ut 11a
waiian Hotel, at 7:30.
NOTES AND QUERIES.
' TRIVIAL COMPLAINTS.
If what we licar is credible, the
Poiliigucao Conshl is pretty well
pestered with trivial and nonsensical
complaints, particularly from wo
men. The other duj' a case came
.to our knowledge of two women
rushing off to their Consul and link
, (iiig together a whole chain of griev
ances, simply because they were re
"tpiircd to,('submit to the disciplinary
. arrangements of their employer's
household. Toi the credit of' the
'Consul bo it said, that lie lias ovine
, cd wisdom and skill in discrimilial
'"iitg 'Ifotw'ccn real tnitl imaginary
'Ti PROTEOTOR AND CON8lh.. ' i
' Is'ot loin ago,' when some' of our
j'PJajit'cip advocated the inlrodiictiun
ofBritish India coolies into these
Iq'hftid, ccitain parties objected on
the ground that the Dritish (iovorn-
1 incut would instet upon a IJritish
! Protector coining along with them.
,,What js the diirerenec between a
. Uritish' Protector and a Portuguese
"Consul? The Portuguese Govern-
lnent have allowed many of their
()p'coplc to come here as lnborcis.'aml
, in the interests of those laborers
"Iiavc sent a Consul to be their Pro-
;tcctor. Portugal in sending, nnd
ltllawaii in accepting, did a proper
, thing: ' Uul when the functions of
tho Consul are virtually the same as
those of the Protector, why accent
,.tlio one and object to the other?1
FOR THE GOOD OF HAWAII.
Dr. , Cookj in his Tort street lec
ture,' hist .Sunday night, said that "it
would be for. the good of India for
, the Uritisl) to stay thoie at least, one
'hundred yenrs longer," Undoubt
edly, Dr. Cook is right. But do all
the people of India think so? Per
''haps the best thing that could Imp
Mfp'cii for Egypt would be for the
British to slay there also; althoutrh
the" Egyptians might consider it :
iMiglaiul thought it a
unc to be. invaded by
7, K. . Ci
but the English peo
ple of to-day speak of it as a
'The 'advent' of 'the foreigner to
..... i . . .,.. . i .
tlii'.' (country, 'vViis' foi'
the 'good of
Hawaii. Evil mnj' have accompani
ed the good, but ultimately the 'bal
ance will be in favor of the good.
The continued stay of the foreigner
here will be for this people's bcuclit,
and the Hawaiian of the future -will
gratefully admit llio fact.
Com'spoitdi'iico Is hnliuilL'd on the top-
'lu-' of thellny, or what imiy heiomo so.
Wc rcHcno the right to c.M'Ihu ptuv-
Jy pemnmil mutter.
Wo doJiot hold ourselves responsible
for the opinion's twpres-d by our cur-iMpoiiduntiy-Ei).
' ORE-HEADS. . -""'
. 'I -r
EinToit IJii.ixTisj1riio Hawaiian
'?rtSce(hoar)nniiy times talked about
ligurcxeads, and now I sec that you
JiavjiTCtven an entire article to the
nine subject. There is no doubt
this country i? very much infested
with ligiuo-hends ; but I wish to say
a word or two about another variety
of headtf ; I mean Sore-heads'. This
is a, .matter which has considerably
exercised the P.O. A. of late. A
Tiorc-lfcad is i bad thing to have,
whether it is caused by a disordered
"stomach,' loo much Whiskey, or too
close contact with a post or a pair of
lists' A'f riciul 'of ' mine told mo the
oilier day that he was doubled with
a perpetual tore-head, that he had
carried it about with him every day
and laid it on a pillow every night
foi' two solid years', fpity him;
for I" myself have sometimes borne
pitch a bmden.
AThil'O' js another kind of sore
head, caused by politit'iiTdi
ltienl. This is the kind that1 has
given the JC. A. -,bo milch concent.
AU,thoso who express, their thtfiighlr
and sentiments in tho Gazette and
i?a'nroHiiUtlo 'heloiig,rto this
class. I suppose t very nearly if not
quite all the Planters arc included ;
because they wcio unanimous in
expicssing to His Majesty their
"dissatisfaction with the Advisers
of the Crown." As the PlahlorB nhih
their Honolulu Agents ?qrlalnly
.represent t nmjoiity of'tlio 'brains
and capital of the Kingdom,, it is a
national .misfortune to bo.nfllicted
with so much sorc-hcadedness at
one time. And as brain power is)
or should be, tho governing power
of any and every country, can any
government be strong f with the
weight of brains against it, whctlicr
in soro or sound heads ?
Hut, Mr. Editor, I am not sure
that the P.C.A. is correct in saying
that all who do not approve of the
present administration arc sore
heads,' pained because the power
and profits of ofllce arc not in their
possession. I concede that some of
tho opponents would perhaps' gladly
accept ollicc. It may be proper to
call them sorc-lnjads., Bnt( sutely
all thcho Planters and Agentsj nnd
many others who arc' neither planters
nor agents, arc not crnving fof tho
honors mill emoluments ofoiftce' I
personally know some men whq
neither desire nor would accept,
under any circumstances, any place
or position in tho Government of
this country: and yet these men arc
conscientiously opposed to the pre
sent nthninistratiop. It is not pro
per to call them soie-hcads.
The fact is, according to my ob
servation, there arc some soie-hcads
always, no matter who is in or who
is out ; but all opponents arc not
Horc-hends. The P. 0. A. must
know this as well as lor anybody
else. Then why docs that journal
so continually assert that' all opposi
tion to the Government comes from
a few koie-hcads? The only motive
I can conceive is, that tho P.O. A.
wishes its readers to believe 'what
itself docs not believe. Is that res
pectable journalism? Calling peo
ple names may please and satisfy
some people ; but it does not carry
conviction to intelligent minds.
Ono paragraph of attested fact or
iogical aigumcnt has more weight
than a column of insulting names.
1 legularly read the P.O. A., ilnd
to some extept approve of its policy ;
but I hate Ihis.bchool-boy.mcthbd of
meeting opposition, whether it bo
used lry the P. (J. A. or its conlem
porarips, not excepting the Bui.u:
tix. It is a menu, unfair, unmanly
way of dealing with men and
measures. i. E. L.
Ave arc credibly informed that the,
next move of our Uoyal Political
Manipulator will be an endeavor to
capture the mechanics. He rccog-i
liizcs this substantial and level
headed element of the conmiiiiiity'as'
an important factor in the coming
struggle for a-iicwOIliiistry,'hciico;
his (lcrclo parade1 a Viuwly'bornJ
ami ir osted appreciation of them :
hlit Uuii3 and decorations wilhnrail'
liith nothing this time I
Tho bnik IJticna Vista left tho
same day as tho Kitsap.' and may be;
hourly cxppctcd. Considerable bet-'
ting on the eyent was indn'gcd in'
before the start, we arc informed.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS, j
Mit. F. Godfrey is now on the
G- zettc staff, and MrJ J. Brown, '
who wns on the Gazette, is now on
tho Atfvert iter. " The whirligig of
time biings about its revenges."
A wm.i.-Kxowx resident of our
town has shown us quito' a list of
"b.irks wieckcd." This, wo hasten
to explain, is his facetious way of
recording tho number of tho mangy
curs he has slain by poison.
Tun week's J-Jlclo PoaJiolu has
come out in u new style. It con
tains an illustrated account of Mon
day night's meetinj;.. Our Trail-Hlator-iu-Chief
la aboiit,VHO wo htwo
rtwfpw tnwfifivfffwi tfGT-& wph
been unable todcciphcr its meaning.
If, lio wevur, tho treading matter is
up I?) the high sttufdard df tho illtts
Iraftona, it imistbo a perfect vrorlc
Tun Ice Cream service,
crowded. A real good time.
AVb return our thanks, cdiloiially,
for presents that have showered tn
urjon .us Jaoly, .inlho w.y of out-,
allies V111I drinkables. It gives' us'
much pleasure ,to. note these evi
dences of friendship.
A kiiiknd called our attention 0
a copy of tho,daily P.O. A., folded,
as it came fioirilhb bfllcc, and evi
dently unread, lying on the top of n
rubbish cart. Who wouldn't bo a
1 'Ministerial , organ' ' after .that ?
Wk heard from n little bird that
the Chamberlain hns -already got
through about 8-1 ,000 of tho numer
ous appropriations ho, took with him,
and nobody knows wlmt ho has done
. -i . .
A commission of sea Captains was
invited to examine the flag-polo in
fi'onlof II. Hnekfeld i-Co.'s and
pronounce on its safely. They say
it ought to be taken out and short
ened by 10 feet bcfoic being re
Tin: business to bo tiansactcd at
the meeting of the Agiicultural
Society t-night, is important, lcj)i
tho adoption of a foimal cons'titti
tion and the electioli of 'the Execu
tive Coinmittec and officers. Tlio
meeting is to be' at the Hotel, at
half-past 7 i.w.
Tin: bark lolani coinmcnccd dis
charging licr cargo' of coal at 1 r.M.
yesterday, and within an hour one
man had his knee smashed, a second
had his hand jammed, and a third
.was.unablctp w'ork from dizziness.
The services of a doctor were
promptly secured. '
Ykstiimuy morning nine of the
committee appointed at Monday
night's .meeting Waited on His
Majesty, and presented the resolu
tions then adopted. His Majesty
said he was glad to see them and
would transmit a reply through his
Wi: wcro shown yesterday a novel
packing for' glass, &c. The opinion
of an eminent lawyer was obtained
on it, and after thoughtful examina
tion he proiiounced itt6,bc cocoa
nut wood, oil-cake ,rr bakol manure
Another paity' pronounced it to bo
sponge or compressed pulu. It was
however, simply ''soil from the Holy
German Empire," being peat from'
ilir Mtncbiirg heath which extends
over a great part of old Hanover,
Prussia and Saxony. Sonic of it is
now on yiew at J. W. Robertson &
Slicclnl'ortlio Dully Jiullclln.)
Tho war over the security of the
'Suez Canal has brought the Euphra
tes Arulley Railway sclicmo to tho
front pntc.mbrcj and' ite "promoters
mean to succed this ,tune with the
. ngltntiotl. The father of tho enter
prise, Sir William Andrew, C. I.
E., had set the ball rolling -with a new
book on the subject, published by
W. II. Allen niul Co. mid, apart front
its urgent and impressive advocacy
of the scheme, it contains nn account
of the rival IJussian railway enter
prise in Central Asia, wiicl is ono
of the most )has'torly;.'a;Wy of the
Muscovite .movement in the east that
has bc'cu published for, many a day.
An English yoitthscnt to, "Darm
stadt tpfln-bp'arovforithc Arrhyjjxam
inntioiis, hasgptmto a'Bbitil'fcrapc.
It "appears tlmt at the Woog swim-niing-batlts'hc
wislied to dive from
the plank, but n military swimming
master, for some" reason unexplained,
roughly prevented him,) whereupon
tho boy hurled "Cursed Dutch
man," "Swiuchouiul," and a small
quantity of water in his face. For
tlieso offensive expressions and (to
a German more' especially) for this
offensive assault ho has had to an
swer before a jury of paunchy citi
zens, whose minds nro at prcscpt
deeply piojndiced against English
men by a venomous press, and has
been sent to prison for ten days
without the option of u, line. Tho
boy explained, through an Intorprc
tdr, that his futttio career "depended
on his being Jtt iblidon offitliin a
week ; yet, though both ho.nnd his
f fiends offered tuillmitcd bail for his
,..,,, ,. ,,,111.!.. 1 ..,(!.
the court rcftiscd the application,
pml ordered us immediate arrest.
Now tliis is Bpitc not justice ; nnd
it Is to bo hoped that Her Majesty's
'has'bdcli "tnadc "niqualntcd ' wiflr tlib
case, will interfere on the boy's bd-
A vol. of "lJceollcctions of the
lato Hon. Grantlcy , BerkUiJ," by
one who knew him," is," 1 undeiv
stand, about to appear, mid lovers
of gossip more scandalous than re
lined .may expect. a treat. When his
"BccullCotlolis,'Mrittcu by himself',
were published in 1807, the dove
cotes of Society were much fluttered
because he had the courage to tell
thu'truth about the, shnpnef ul niauuur
in 'which his brothfcr Morcton was
swindled out of his title and estates.
9 FUKNISHEI) KOOJIS, for llousd--J
keeping will furnisli kitchen if
ncceconry. Must he 15 minutes from
Post OIlli c. Atldi ess with lemiR, L. IJ.',
" Saturday Press" Otllcc. 21)0 3t
'SE SUPElUOIt JIELODEON, with
'. lnl 1i-n a til rtl 111111I tl lt
-v- MMI S U It! I lit l1l VUimillUlli
l'rl'ci $14. Apply ut wells' Music Store,
Fort street. 230 81
Furiiltui'ti For Sale. '
C031PLETE set of'FurnlturJ for eftlc;
Cliunp, at rrnr cottage, No. 2 Adnmf
Lnne, conn;: 'Hotel slrrct. Call' any
cvenJi thN wrek. 230 lwr
icd Mcullii'' of tlil So.
c In Id nt (lie Iliiwnliiiii
Hotel B Til fe (I!
37tli. it 7:ii
6'clliek ' ,
11 ontion (if n Const I
S. 3LEU1IOUX. '
c 011 Oronlztitloii.)
' 9 9 3 I, :
AGATE lVAlli: ! '
. .. Stand iliumps,1
, r A, splciuli 1 and Vnricl iif ortmei rJ I
Just Opened I
" :C2T Fort .Street."
WANTED, an OFFICE
Apply to W. X).
27 tf W fci
08 rcrcliunt st recti
WANTED, 'linnierthuclv, ii ct'iitrnlly,
Jocnteu- Cottage, within leiHoii.
ahlu w-nlkinjr dUtiuicu to business, situa
tion on Jhe WAlkikl, side of Fort street.
Jtust have tlircQjjpdrpoms.' -v '
223 2W ' VW- J.-RWisrarAK.
V AiN J jbU Miyipio, inivuiK a cop
TT oiiuu 1100K" j-nieKnwnl" touts.
pose of will identic cull ut
201 liu J. AV; ROBEHTSON & Co's.
LEGANTLY FUllNISHEl) Booms
to let, slnsic or dnulilc. with nil tho
conveniences aujl coiiuorts ot n honie.
liooius aic Inrgo and well ventilated.
Terms "tiictly niodeiute'. Ajiply nt) No.
2 Adams Lane, ' 211 1111
A .splendid and viu'ied ns'soitincnl
LEWEltS & COOKE.
FOlt SALE, a No, 2
Waroliouso Fqed Mill
Qrliids from .Tto'lO toiw per d.iyi
Also, pulley, bulfjf, etc, 'nil In 'good
order) can bo im by hlvain or Jmre
power, just the nitidis fur a plantation,
hay, oats; corn, '
Wheat, Uian, Uarley, Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP ASiTIIB CUKAPKST
00 LAlNJi, Co., 81 Foil l.
r - 1 IV t
' Ull I
CU Oilier Mdrkctnlilc tftcuritlcs.
'At their ninrKtt-vnhvp for cinhf(tt-
215 Ofllce with E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
WltlilAM O. 0MITII,
stock BiroicEit; ' ''
NO. n8"3Ieroh"nnl Street, Honolulu,
(Established in 187!))
Sugar Plalitntl6n, ltailroh(l( ' :
Tclcphoiic, and other Corrioriulon Stock,
Honils and Similar Bccurltlon liou'gllt
nnd Sold on Commission.
Jloary lo.ined on Stock 8ct'iflttci.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1882. ' ' ' 214
, ' ' '
fmUCUTION, jiftcf this tl'ntc, Is.stVict.
X. ly forhdilcn. except hetween '"
The JIourM of 0 to H n. in.
nuu -i in it '. in.
Aiiproved : J:o. E. Ih'sir,
Minister of Interior. "
Honolulu, Oct- 24, 1882. j., . . i20
Creme de laCreme.
THE lea Fncloiles 'arc in,, full ulott,
and so nro
Elite Ice Cream,,!Parlors 1
Thcy.are just freezing, wlilch Is
What you xtant in this Weather,
nnd don't yoti'forgctdt J;
Ice Cream can bqluid from 11 a.,ro.
to 11 pi in. nt ' '
. Ellto.Icc Crcatn .Pari ore.
177 ' ' '8d Hotel street.
' Royal, Hawaiian Agjricul
tiirai So'ciofy. "" ,
COPIES of the Drafts of intended
llnlei) of' tho Siici'ety nhiynow he
obtained fioin llie.uuilei-sluuud mciibers
of the Orgnnilns Ciinnnittcc.
Those ile-limisor 'J6inlng the Society
can do so by piiyiiilbeauiUL'il subscrip
tion of "5 to either of the undcrslunt'd.
A; & OI,EGHOUN,
Honolulu, Sept. IX),' 1882. 200
J ' TIIK liEADIXO
1 in r v i-
Finest and Richest Goods,
EveV shown In this1 Kingdom?,''' '"' '
'U j . 'i.ii 'ft i.
TJIK I,1:AIIX '" iij
' MHiT-.HV13R.TtT HOUE
OF CHAS.'S'. FISllEL. ""
. ', i n
EX STEAIIElt SUEZ'l
'(, J.JI1N JJilJ". '.IKM'll
Dest Cnlifoinln Butter, in'lubs and jars,
B.urcls Prime Poik, , .
Barrels Extra Jless Beef, "'"' '''
llalMinrrcls extra FnmiIy.Bet(f;i.(
Cases Fnirbnnk Lard, 5 anil 10 lbs.,
Cases Codtlsh, '"' "' '
Bng-j California Pntntocii ! "-m
BagsGiouudBnrleV, :' 'u' ','"'
Bugs Wheat, . m ,
Bags Wlillo and Pink Brans, i , ,
rSAll ill ootli-i I'd 'nt'W'hrlpe.
lonoiuiu, vc,), 1882.
ii a li:
Elegantly Furnisned! Rooms
I70R FAMILIES. o'r SINGLE dEN
J TLEAIE.N, w.llh n.1,1 the couveuien
ces'and coin forts of a Jibme, with
", 'nil .1 .
Use of, Parlor. ,
Itooms laro"liirgo-iiiid',well. ventilated.
" ams. slbiinXton'. ' '
Cofner'of Holcl n'tjd Aliikeii streets'."
173 8m i '
rpo LET-oNE COTTAGE,
J- coiilainhig 7 rooms; witli Btaullng
and every convjaience, nituntpd on tho
Plulub, iihoiit 1 ilu from town. Wafer
.laid ou..For-i)uaIciilui8.upply.to .
10.r( 1m At E. O. Hall & Bon'g.
'"PO 1JET-W lot,' AOO, feet hqunre, on
X which is stable for 10 or more
hottw, winter InliPonV opening on Young
iorj)iuucutarf apply lo
211 lm utEj0. Hull & Son
. A SPLENpiJJ.Qjipoi tunlty is
niow.olluVetVto 1nf tlfo'Popu.
lnr Lodirim: Houso recent Iv
occupied and conducted by Mr. White,
nt 12o Fort Mreet. The prembes contain
1 (tori);lTbuuoonnif kltohcn,'dlning and
ii: mi room, uuo rooms nru nil lilctWw
fuiiiHnid nndiiu prX(sct prdcr.
fuither naitioulnra imply to nre.ient mo.
prltorF. W, WALLACE, 125tFort st.,
WFORSLE'V)ili) LKaSB. h
fahv5?fS N r C 1J OOTT AG E, nn Hie
WstJ-iKaiii Pfmii Jn u KM)il neighbor
hood. The Iioum) is now and efliitnlns 2
,'dtoowni,.jti Otitusa jinriur, iMm
room, pantry, bath, kitchen mid sow in,;
loon. A nii-o large yaid, with on.-liow-cn.
aiO l( 1U.AG.NEW.
t " "aFg. J.Lfs,7i 1
C1TOCIC lniOKKKAlll'hutor sell