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THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1882.
Ucgatla at it n. m. slmvp.
Kimlurgnrtn llibio class nt 3 p.m.
Y. M. C. A. Bethel Vestry. 7:30.
A DREAM OF GREATNESS.
Tuesday's Jdcevtlno' seems to
dream of Hawaii nei becoming tlic
commercial centre and the political
capital of this great ocean. This
di cam lias been dreamt before; but
clear-headed, unpoclie, matter-of-fact
men have smiled incredulously
at its recital. Certainly, "intelli
gence and enterprise need not and
will not confine themselves to the
narrow limits of the islands." As a
matter of fact, they do not. " In
telligence and enterprise" may bo
found on other islands in this ocean
at the present time, and they arc not
indebted to these islands for their
origin nor dependent on them for
their further giowth. Neither is it
probable that the " intelligence and
enterprise," which are sure eventually-
to encompass every island nhd
islet of the "vast sunounding
ocean," will ever consent to be con
trolled and ruled by this group.
Hawaii's true policy is to confine
her attention to herself, and strive
to ('take rank with nations that
command respect and considera
tion," by enlightened and judicious
management of hei own affaire and
the development of her own
resources. Patient, nnd faithful ad
herence to this policy will ultimately
result in the Hawaiian Kingdom be
ing " no longer a mere nominal
State;" whereas a Napoleonic policy
of. conquest nnd acquisition would
moqt likely end in " vaulting ambi
tion overleaping itself and falling on
tlic otber side."
To-day is His Majesty's 4Cth
birthday. Wc arc to enjoy a day's
sport in regattas and boat-racing,
and private picnics and parties have
been arranged in honor of the day.
It must indeed gratify His Majesty
to see how his subjects arc preparing
heartily to enjoy themselves for the
AVo wish for ourselves and wo
know for our readers also not only
our aloha nui for this occasion, but
maiy happy and prosperous returns
of it to His Majesty.
On Tuesday evening by invitation
of the Committee of the Library
and Heading Room Association, a
large number of people assembled at
the Music Hall to listen to Captain
Button's lecture on " Rivers." The
lecturer was introduced by Prof.
Scott with a few appropriate re
marks. Captain Duttou spoke first
of tho Hudson, Delaware, Susque
hanna and other livers in the Atlan
tic States which he termed finished
rivers, illustrating the method of
their working in a very interesting
manner. He cited other rivers in
tho Western States and Territories
which arc now doing the work long
since completed by these Eastern
rivers, wearing their water courses
down slowly but surely. Ho de
scribed very clearly the cutting
power of the sand and debris carried
by streams, and alluded to instances
where the cutting of channels jiad
been so rapid as to make a percepti
ble change in tho courbo of a few
months. He explained many in
teresting phenomena of different
rivers in vaiious parts of the Ameri
can Continent, and nlthough only
able to touch briefly on the different
points in such a short lecture, im
parted much valuable- information
to his attentive and appreciative
audience who received his remarks
with loijd applause. !,
These jiiystic , Initials pertain to
tho Boy's Heading Room Associa
tion. Tho Association gave its first
annual dinner on Tuesday evening
at Mrs. Monsarrat's residence. Tho
only invited guests were representa
tives of the press.
At,, 9 o'clook the members and
guesla sat' down to a sumptuous" re
past, provided for by special sub
scription amongst the 'tnomberri ami
their relatives, so as not to encroach
on tho funds of tho Association for
any other than a legitimate puypose.
TJto cliulr wis taken by the Presi-
dent, flip. C. A. llrown, and duilng
the evening the most varied toasts
were given and lcspomlod to, until
every person present had spoken at
least once, borne very nice songs
and choruses -were sung, and the
utmost harmony and good feeling
were visible. The room was draped
with Hawaiian, American and Eng
lish flags, kindly lent for the pur
pose. The prosperity of the society was
fihown by the facts that at the start
there were only 7 members, and now
there are 21, and there is a balance
to their credit in tho hank. It is a
good thing to see our b03's have so
much enterprise and stability as to
initiate nn affair of this kind and
keep it going on so prosperously.
Wo trust that they will never lack
the support and continuance of their
friends and lclativcs, and will go on
adding to their list of members from
time to time.
OUR FRIENDS' TIPS.
For the King's Cup; Kahihilani,
Sarah, Pauline. Liliuokalanl Purse;
Koahcahc. Public Purse; Kckan.
Amateur Purse; Kapuanla, Kancc
lani. . Yacht Race 2d Class ; Pau
line, Pumpkin Seed. Queen's Cup ;
Kapuanla. Likelikc Purse ; Kapua
ala. Kalakaua Purse; True Blue.
Tlic above may be relied on as tlic
best tips as far ns boating men will
give their true opinion. ,
Eiutok MuM.iiTix : Will you
kindly allow me to correct an error
which occurred in one of the editor
ials of tho Gazette yesterday. In
the article on "Stallions," lcfcionco
is made to tho Law of 18G8. 1 find
that sections 118 and 119 of the
Civil Code were repealed in 1880.
The repeal was not noted in tho copy
of tlic Civil Code which I had,
though the amendment was. By
giving publicity to this, you will ob
lige, Yours faithfully,
AlatAu T. Aikissox,
The Kahlhihini. sailed round the,
harbor yestcrda' afternoon, and
surprised tlic spectators by her
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
The Band will, lead lhe(Kaumnkn
pili Y.M.C.A. this morning. ' '
Tin: Band played some very fine
tunes at the i cccpUon yesterday.
Sr.vr.nAi luaus and picnics will be
Tin: regular u'onthlr meeting of
the Y.M.C.A. will bo held to-night
in the Bethel Vestry, at 7 :30.
. .. .....
A really elegant new 'bus has just
been finished by Mr. West for Mr.
James Dodd. It will be used to
day for tho first time.
Tm: Committee of the races have
secured the. use of the James Makce
during tho races. The Band will
play on board.
It w'as a noticeable fact that the
business men of the town and the
leading foreign population were ab
sent from the reception ycsteulay.
Somi: of our church goers would
like to have tho 'busses have leather
washers put on the wheels, as they
make so much clatter when they
drive up dining tho service.
Tin: new buildings erected by Mr.
N. F. Burgess on King street, arc
to be occupied by Mr. Turner,
watchmaker, and Mr. Pickering,
with general merchandise.
Tin: public are notified that the
Couimittco wish the course kept
clear to-day. This is a wiso course,
and wo hope tho Committee will sec
to it, 'for nothing is more annoying
than to have races stopped or pro
longed by unnecessary impediments.
Tin: latest dodge in the dairy 'line.
Owing to the remonstrances of cus
tomers during the recent heavy rains
tho cows' backs have been fdiingled
because tho intelligent customer
likes less rain and more lacteal fluid
in his milk.
Itctnilcrs complain of dull times.
No wonder when thcro arc about
200 laborers in want of employment,
it may bo asked, why don't they go
to tlie plantations? Thoy arc natives
and Ifiiow how laborers mo treated
by tuo planters.
Tlio Torchlight' Procession last
evening was a brilliant affair.
Oor. readers have no doubt
noticed the fact that Mr. F. S.
Pratt has admitted Mr. L.-J. Levey
into partnership with him in tho
Auctioneering business. Wo notice
that their first sale will take place
on Friday. Wo hope they will meet
with their duo share of success.
; , t ' -j i ' '
Ykstehway morhing tho police
force, under Capl. W. II. Tell,
marched along King street, from the
Station House to the Palace, and
after performing some military
evolulfons presented their aloha and
an address to His Majesty. Tho
marching and other evolutions were
cxtrcmeiy creditable to their insti uc
tor, Capt. W. Tell.
Tin: last Poitugueso immigrant
left tlic depot yesterday and went
up to Kohnia on the Likelikc. She
came out here as a single girl and
one of her countrymen at Kohala
hearing of her came down and pro
posed to marry her. She accepted
him and on Tuesday tho ceremony
was performed at the Iioninn Catho
lic Cathedral, after which the happy
pair proceeded to Kohala.
Mr. Furncnttx has spent the time
since his arrival from Hawaii in
sketching at Waikiki. He will bo in
town next week, at Dr. Whitney's
rooms, where his friends will have
an opportunity of seeing his now
works, which arc in no way inferior
to the old ones. We think that
some of these paintings would form
most artistic and tjencrous Christ
mas gifts. It seems to us that the
opportunity should not be lost.
Many people here do not read the
P.O. A. weekly, because they have
alicady read the daily. However,
some have noticed the insidious ten
dency lately of articles appearing
only in the weekly, and intended for
readers abioad." ThoFenbr of'these
articles is to represent tho 'Tiscr as
a religious, fricndly-to-tho-missi&n-ary-party
paper, and the opposition
press as consisting only of one
paper, the GazettCi and that unreli
able. .Steps should bo taken to pre
vent these false ideas going un
corrected, as tho "Tiger is zealously
circulated in the United States.
tSrPlain Sateens all colors, ni
Clms. J. Fishol's Loading Millinery
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
Opening- Sale's Day.
S. niA.T'T & CO.
llnvo much pleasure In announcing
that ihclr Hist auction fhIo will take
plnco at their Booms, Denver Block,
Nov 17th, nt 10 o'clock slinrp,
Groceries, Saddles and Bridles,
Harness, China Matting,
Ciockcry and Bnrtlienwarc,
Clock-i & Glassware,
Ten, Hope, Furniture, fcc., &c.
6 Bales Cal. Pressed Hay.
Terms nt Side.
v. s. niATT. h. j. m:vi:y.
FS. PRATT & CO.
Auctioneers nnd General
Bcnvcr Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
Special attention given tothoSidoof
Ileal Estiito and Peivonnl Property.
Advances made on consignments. 210
THIS is to certify Hint F. S. Piiatt
and L. J. Lkvkv, both of this Citv,
constitute tho linn of P. S. PItATT"&
Co, Auctioneers nnd General Connnis.
sion Men-hunts, doing business at Bea
ver Block, Queen Mieet, in tho City of
jionoiuiu, r. p. ritATJ,
L. J. LEVEY.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1882. 240 Ot
The Anglican Church Chronicle
Montlily JPnpoi ., 5
For circulation in the Christian Family,
will ba Issued on tho 2nd of Doc,
Under, tho management of thoItov.'A.
Mackintosh nnd tho liov
Tho paper will contain news from tho'
Chinches in Client Britain nnd her Colon
ics, tho United Stalos nnd tho Hnwaiinu
Islands, ns well as General News, toge.
ther with Notes on Eilucatiouul, Liter
ary nnd Sclcntiflo Topics. Tho subscrip
tion price will bo
$2.50 por annum, payablo In advance
P. O. Box, 43.
A limited number of ndvcitlsemonts
will bo inserted nt the usual rates. 247
SMART ACTIVE YOUNG MAN
(wldte, Amerlcnn) wnnls u stun.
us Teninster, Co.icbmiin or Express,
2b7 OAVENAGU'B AGENCY.
ijyui vrvwu iuiuiuiiri-M.
To All Whom It May Concern I
And'thclr number Is great, who will not
bo nblo to get u
Suitable Dress Suit
. .. For tho Coining
Bull on Friday Evening
Aro Invited to cnll nt tho Storo of the
undersigned and provide themselves
with oao qf thoso
Elegant Dress Suits
Only.to bo had nt my store,
a'ho Very LiUohL Styles.
247 St SUEclncnivV
THE EVILS OF FAINTING
"It lms licen said with -much liuth,
too, Hint limiHu rminllng might, with
(Hidmid acquirement or tntle, r'iuiiie
!(. lank us a liher.il art." lu liters'
Believing tho nhove to bo true, A. U.
KUHK hii8 novAic-orgnnlzcd his sy.'tem
of working tho business In Honolulu.
In the tlrst plnco he has secured the ser
vices of tliut celebrated nrtlt, Mr. Max
Konx, foimcrlyof Smt Francisco, whoso
wolk in the line of plnia mid douointlvo
pnper-hnnging, frescoing, &c, is up to
tho picent time unsurpassed, nnd on
these Islands has never been equalled.
For house paLiting join flrst-cliiss rac
cliunics only will he employed. In
fului'C patrons enn depend upon my fill
ing every older on the most scientific
hasis known to tho trade.
The Sign Painting nnd Loitering de
partment will ho permanently presided
over by Mr. Gi:o. Stuatmuykii, (fiuthcr
P.S. Send for designs of frescos for
ceiling and cornices. Somvthing now;
nnd if you want any glnss put in cnll nt
"Tiger "Paint Store,
217 ly 78 King Street.
A Good Speculation.
Td SEfiL, immediately, Two Frnmo
Buildings, adjoining the Paulhcon
Stnbttyon Hotel stieet. Must lie re.
moved right nwny. Suitable for cott
ngeSLsluli)cs, &C Apply nt the Panth
eon Stables, or .T. E. W1SBMAN, Gene
ral Business Agent. 217 !)t
FIHST - CLASS COOK (foreigner)
wants employment. Local refer,
ences ; nlso, ment and pnstry-cook.
Clilncta Lnundryiiiiui, good on polish
ing nnd Indies' fine work; 'ocnl reference
will work by tlic day, week or niunth.
Chincho cooks nnd botno smart natives
CAVENAGH'S AGENCY, ...
210" ." " "" 83 King street.
' r Tobacco
And Cigarettes, '
Just Becelvcd nt
243 A S. Clcgliom & CWk.
Per Stmv '-Siieas,"
114 Fort Stieet.
WILL bo received ot the ofllco of tho
undeislgned until noon, SAT
URDAY, the 25lh of November, 1882,
for a lcaso of ten years, fron the 1st of
December, 1882, of the premises in Mil
lion Valley, belonging to tho cstnte of
Charles Long, deceased. Offers of terms
of leaso may bo made for thcio premises
either as a whole or separately,, for one,
twoor-threoof tho following divisions
of tho same, i. c.:
1st Tho Homestead and Lot bolong.
2nd The1 Kula Land, with tho Bana
nas, nnd other improvements thereon.
al Tho Kalo and Rico patches, with
her rico now growing in them.
Poft-cBiioii to bo given immediately.
Surveys und deeds as expenbo of lessee.
Runts ptiynblo semi-annually, in ml.
Tho undersigned reserves to himself
tho right to decll no any or nil tenders,
cither for tho wholo of tho promises, or
for nny or nil of tho separate lots, as
For further particulars apply to
245 "Arimn Estate of Charf. Long.
Thanksgiving Turkeys !
, ' FOR BALK.
A LOT OF PRIME YOUNG
Rear of No. 20 School Street.
MIhs Prescott's School
For Girls nnd Boys,
(Fcrnnndez's now Cottngo), King street,
IS NOW OPEN.
Accommodntlon for u few bonrdlng pu
pils. 242 !w-
One New Basket Pheoton,
Complelo Jn every respect, with tho very
smiw -G. WEST.
J T. Waterhouse
Has specially Imported a lnrgo quantity
Suitable for Presents
for both old nnd young.
Beautiful Pictures In splendid gill framoi,
Gilt Brackets nnd fVicks,
Worn Boxes and Baskets,
Desks. Dressing Cases, Inkhlumls,
Glove end Handkerchief Boxes,
Book Slides, Snteiiels,
Clirlftmns Cards, wood and mctul,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows nnd Arrows, 81 Ton Cnnnon,
Papier Mncho Curd Trays,
From C cents to $25, dressed & utidrcss'd
Doll's Trousseuux and eveiy requisite,
Compendium, Slnr Itingolcttc,
Triple Bowling, Balance Gnmcs, &a
B3f Everything will bo found to plcaso
tho most fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of n 'present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
If you want to see tho
Largest Stock of Leather
In tho Kingdom,
(iio lo 4;i 0.11CC11 Hlrcet.
If you want lo seo
The Best Quality of Leather
In tho Kingdom,
o to 4S Uueeii Street.
If you want to
Buy Leather at the Lowest
,, ,1'rlocs In the Kingdom,
o to luccii Htrcet.
- If 'you wnnt to Buy th'o
Best Quality of Groceries
i n , , , ,' In tliOKlngdom, t , ,
o to-4 O.UCCI1 Street. ( ,
If you wnnt ' ''
More for your Money,
thun you enn buy elsewhere lu
t the Kingdom,
G-o to 48 (ciueen St. '
. M. W. McOHESNEY & SON.
-ot3- THE -no-
lill1.l flKir AV l?tl.,iit A -a. J .1rv
iiiimiiuij w JL'HUUj' JUiUlOO (,
Received by every steamer.
Old Established Millinery Establishment
181 ' 103 Fort street. ly
Vint thk ruKMO.
OWNERS of Rent Estato will nlwnyu
find it to their ndvnntngo to plnco
their houses nnd hinds In my enro for
disposal, ns I nm the only acknowledged
Real Estato Broker on tho Islands,
Agents nnd PInntcrs,' nnd all other cm
ployors of mechanics nnd laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
cur. . '
Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, nnd
nil other legal paqera dniwu in proper
Books nnd accounts kept, '
Custom entries, -
Letters and Engrossing done; , ,
mm benenii uusmess ouipo wofK ot ..
every description attended to and ulwnys .
on tho most rensonnblo terms. J ' '
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
OfDco 37 Mcrchnnt Street, lmoiulu. ,.
Telephone 172. P.O.lfix, 315
TOURING tho temporary bscncd"'of ,-
(lorn. Mr. W. Tit. (liuvinn ufll nlinnrl i.ti
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