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""tHUKSDAY, KOV. 23, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Kimlcvgnrtcn Bible class, nt 0.
Concert nlKmmn Sciunrc, nl 7:30.
Am. Legion of Honor, 7:30.
Litcrnry nml Musical Entertain
ment at Fort St. Church, nt 7:00.
Wc sco daily how facts nrc mis
represented, simple statements ills
torteil, and u deliberate invention of
lies superadded to pciliaps a few
particulars of truth. 2'. O. A.,
Monday, Nov. 20th.
By what unconscious irony docs
it give bo truthful an account of its
own columns! In the editorial of
which the above extract !b the last
sentence, it says that "the gallant
Commander's (Capt. Belknap's)
dispateli to his Chief lias been alto
gether misrepresented in the quoted
Wo have made tho most careful
and searching inquiries, and find
that the "altogether jntercprcsentcd"
'dwindles down to the fact that the
newspaper extract is not literally a
copy of the gallant captain's des
patch. It is, however, in substance
exactly the same.
"We can state, on the bc9t author
ity, that the inferences drawn by the
newspaper extract from tho despatch
arc exactly what was expected to be
drawn from it by any sensible man,
and convoy the impression meant
to bo conveyed to the Secrctarj
'of tho Navy. The only points in
the extract rcfci red to which may
lead to wrong impressions arc the
following: "The planters have
formed a piotcctivc union, and
made a protest to the King against
the selection of his Cabinet." Tins
contains two statements, both of
which arc true in themselves, but
which need to be separated by1 a
period to convey their exact moan
ing as tho planters had formed
their protective union long before
the present Ministry was formed.
Still tliis protective union did pro
test to the King against the continu
ance in ofllce of the Ministry. And
also this " the matter probably will
drag along until the coronation day,
when indications point to a distur
bance of the alleged evil is not
remedied." This extract does not
refer to the Captain's (own opinions
but to what he has heard.
Mu. Editor: I trust you will
allow a friend to protest mildly but
decidedly against what seems to be
the spirit and purport of the com
munication in Tuesday's Bui.m:tix,
on the recent race between the Milia
and tho Kanoclanl. Even assuming
the .facts to bo as represented,
it seems to mo hardly proper
to use the occasion as a means of
stirring up race prejudices. Better
leave that business to the class of
Beurvoy politicians who hope to pro
fit thereby. A disposition to quibble
over the result of a race, whether of
boats or of horses, and to ie6ort tb
sharp practice to avoid owning n
equarc beat, is not peculiar to Ilaw
aiians. Tho class of people known
ns "ben lawyers" did not originate in
these islands. If tho Kanaka has
' become a trickster and a jockey in
sporting matters, he has only follow
ed the example the foreigner hns set
, him. The writer is probably not fa
miliar with the history of the Kapio
laniParkTrnclcandtho jobs that have
been "put up" by well-known for
eigners in connection with tho racing
thereon., Had ho been so, ho
might perhaps not have written an
article the substance of which seems
. do be, ".Sco how these tricky natives
"afc 'trying to cheat these honest
' ' (Per fnor of tlio D.uu JIUI.MiTl.V)
Mil. C. 1'. Iaukua,
V'Sir, On behalf of tho Kanoclani
crew, I hereby accept your challenge
to row a four-oared med under simi-
i Mar conditions ns the former match
race, on Tuesday the 28th insl.
i am c., yours truiy,
,)' ' Cf.AllliSCK Mactaiilane.
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EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will give a concert at
Emma Square this evening, nt
7:30 o'clock. Following Is tho
SwedNh 'Wedding March.... Sodermnn
Ovcilurc Sttugglo for Fortune .Suppu
Finnic Giiunnicnto , . . .i ..Sanelll
Selection Chimes of Corncvillo
Selection RobeitLollinb'c.. Meyerbeer
Wait. For Thee Wa fdtcufcl
Polka Lcopoldlnc l'muic
Tho Abcraman is duo about the
end of January.
The Alaska will leave after tho
steamer from the Coast comes in.
She may therefore bo expected to
leave any time after Saturday.
The steamer Iwalani - ill bo due
to-morrow morning fiom Kona, &c.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Buonx has got a new kind of hat.
His Majesty is having his boat
house built by Chinese carpenters.
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IIavi: you bought your tickets
yet for tho St. Lous College Fair on
Yr.STi:iiDAY afternoon's reception
on board the Alaska was most en
joyable. How much longer is tho Board of
Health going to allow the wreck of
the Niagara to obstruct tho harbor
There will be a Musical and Lit
erary Entertainment, to be followed
by a Social, at Fort Street Church,
this evening at 7 :30.
Missus. Dias & Gonsalcs have
just icccivcd a fine new stock of
goods for the holidays. "Wo may
specially mention their embroidered
slippers as work of art.
A horse and buggy were left
standing all Tuesday night at Jlio
corner of. King and Fort streots.
They were taken to tho police court
Oxi: of the heaviest mails ever des
patched from our Post Ofllce was
sent by tho City of Sydney on Mon
day. ' 5.6G4 letters, weighing 108
lbs. 8 oz., and 1,379 papers, weigh
ing 295 lbs. 12 ox.
A letter has been received from
Mr. C. II. Ticrncy,- Captain of the
Julia, dated August flth, liotuinnli
Island. lie arrived there on August
4th, 15) days from this port. He pro
poses to return in December.
Ox Tuesday afternoon, after the
Likelikc had left the wharf, a native
woman jumped overboard and swam
to the Marino Kailwivy, where she
landed and ran at full speed up tho
Tun jurfirs appointed by the
Marshal went out yesterday after
noon at 2 o'clock to consider the
advisability of opening a new road
nt Kaliiaopalena, Knlilii. They had
not returned at 4 p.m.
night was very stormy.
The wind was so
strong that it blew
down the telephone posts support
ing the w; "o to Diamond Head, and
broke the wire thus preventing tele
phonic communication with the
Sjgnal Station, ltcpa' 'a will be pro
ceeded with lo-tlny.
.Last Tuesday uvening, while a
native lady and a China boy were
driving along Pnlanin road, in a
priyato carriage, somo pa.'t of the
harness broke and the horse boltcdi
A gentleman, with presence of mind
and courage, succeeded lirhtopphig
tho hnimnl before any damage was
done beyond alarming the occupants
of the carnage,
Wi; draw our readers' attention
to the fact that Mr. Gulbeii.'H cele
brated trotting mare, Maggie Mngec,
wi'l be sold to-morrow, by auction,
on account of his dcparluic from
the islands. Co can, from our own
knowledge, warrant her as being
kind, gentle, nlid easily 0 'iven. "Wo
aro assured sue lias an excellent
pedigi'co, ' and is most suft'ablo for
breeding purposes. Other things
will bo sold at tho sale, a top 'buggy,
first class, saddle .nml- bridle, and
.bedroom siitc, &u, .,i"Ji
'd'lii: II6n. Noble Knilielani was
rewarded with a pension for his
many services to tho country, but
who is not too-old and infirm to hold
a Government position with a hand
some salary, bought tho other day a
fish-pond for $ 15,000. Wo thiuk
that n fish-pond which is worth such
nn enormous sum, ought to throw
off profits enough to make it un
necessary for tho Hon. Noble to
accept public charity.1 Gohimuni
catcil. The lion, gentleman, by
tho terms of tho act providing the
pension, does not draw any of it till,
he resigns all other government pay.
Yi:sTP.ut)AY we were favored with
a private view of sonic of Mr. Fur
ncaux's most recent sketches. "We
were thoroughly pleased with the
whole, and hopo to sec many of
them find their resting places in
these islands. Amongst those we
most fancied arc views of the island
of Mokolli, on the Koolau side, a
view of Waikiki, near the late Judge
Harris' house, a view of tho moun
tains near -Pohulehulc, Koolau,
showing tho new moon and the
evening star, a view of Diamond
Head from the reef, a view of a
lane and water-course at Kohala,
two different views of Lac Kaoio
point on this island, views of the
old Judd house nt Koolauloa, two
views in Manoa valley, views of
Kohala landing and Honokaa bluff,
Pololu gulch. Besides these we
noticed on plaque a fine view of
Wainnac range, another of the Rain
bow falls at Ililo and a sunset scene
at the cocoanut Island, llilo. A
fine souvenir of last Thursday's
races was shown U9 in the shape of a
picture of the Yachts in the first
race rounding tho stake-boat at Wai
kiki. Altogether -we may say that
the studio furnishes numerous'
examples, of what beauties there are
"iii our Hawaiian Islands. We trust
that this Christmas will see many of
them permanently located herci
U3?"'YYIiite open front shirts, at
Chas. J. iTishol's Loading Millinery
BQF'Plaiii Sateens all colors, at
Chas. ,T. Fishol's Leading Millinery
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
JUYidiiy, November Jidtb,
On account of dcpartuic of 3Ir. L. Gui
belt, 3Ir. E. V. Adams will sell nt public
aucthin, nt his Sajes Itoom, at noon, on
Friday, Nov. J24tli, the well known
Trotting Mare, Maggio Magce,
Splendid pedigree; good for breeding
cired by Capt Stanford, alins Paddy Jfa
Kec, dam by Hercules. Cm trot In 2:40.
Uuaraateeil perfectly sound. AIbo,
And Hiunci"), in very good older. Also,
1 English Saddle, made in Parle, with
one double bi idle and ono whito sad
die cloth, all uickle plated and quite
new (neer uted). Albo, one
And villi ous other articles.
1!. I. Adams, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
i j'rcllmiutiry Xotlrc.
FB. PUA'IT & Co. will hold a sale
of Fui n I (uro in their Hoonis, Ilea.
cr Block, Queen street,
On Saturday, Nov. 25th,
.at 10 a. m. Also
Twolvo dozen Cliolco Llvo Pigeons.
Poultry For Hale.
rpUItKEYS, CHICKENS, & DUCKS
JL in quantities to Milt.
Telephone l!i0 (Wilkinson's) a33
GOOD HARNESS JIAKElt.
. Apply to W.' E. FOSTElt,
253 at 43 Fort tttrjet.
Two good carpenters,
One Hrst'oliiY (foreign) Cook, nccus.
tOmcri to hotel wotk,
Tenni'tem and exprtss drivers,
Foreign and nativo labprcrn,
Clilneio boys, generally useful $10
to $12 per mouth.
2M 88 King Hired.
Tho, Best Christmas Gifts !
. Oiler I'jinlirphlery Work
of all kinds (for ladles',' children') and
i CU'vntly Ilortuccil J'rlocH.
Call lui'd oJcuiiiliid Wei'.Hgtol street.
,.1- SJBlw". " r -
IN aid of St, Louis College, will bo
held in the P
November 27th, 1882:
Sale commence nt 2 p. m.
Also, a Gitind Luau!
on tho following day. .
.At the Arinntroiii; l'rcinhcy,
adjoining the residence of Ills Excel-,
leney Gov. Domlnis,
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Cominenclng at 2 p. nil ,l
Doaationi will be thiinkfiillv received
by the ladles holding tnliluar
MRS. J. A. RODANET,
MIGS M. WIDEMANN.
JI118. II. MACKAlir..VM:, Mlltf. (1. WAI.I.UR,
Miss AgncjAylett will lecelvo Tor tlie
Adiuifwiou to Fair, - 50 cents.
211) Chlldicn half price. r lw
New Year's Cards !
An excellent variety,
From 3 cents to $2.50 each,
Santa Claus' Headquarters.
Selections for the " Dear Ones nt
Home," forwarded by (he Sue,
will reach them in gocd
251 season. 21
Made fiom the purest material J,
Is (ho bost non-intoxicating
drink on tho Islands I
" It will thoroughly refresh the jaded
mind and weaiicd body."
i, .1. Fislier, l.'lTiilihn Street.
C2T Town orders may bo left at Mr.
WeikV, King street. 2!2
SPECIAL MEETING .of lhcStoclc.
XjC" holdcra of Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
will be held on Thursday, Nov. 2ai(I,nt
11 o'clock n. in., nt tho oIllcorofl.C.
Uiowcr& Co., for tho purpose of Elect
ing sonic one to act as President during
the nbsenco of W. II. Bailey from the
252 2t W. W. HALL, Sec.
THE person, who took a STRAW HAT
(by mistake) fiom the Music Hall,
on the night of the Ball, will please re
turn the sahio to the Bui.t.r.tix Ofllce,
and receive his own In ictiiin. 2TJ
WILL bo received (it tho ofllco of the
undei.signed until noon, SAT
URDAY, the 25th of November, 1882,
for a lease of ten years, from the lst'of
December, 1882, of tho picinlses iii Ma
nila Valloy, belonging to the estate of
Cluulcs Long, deceased. Oll'eis of terms
of lease may be made for these piemiscs
either ns n whole or separately, for one,
two or three of the following divisions
of tho t-ame, i. c.:
1st The Homestead and Lot belong,
ing thereto. '-'
2nd Tho Kuln Land, with the Bnua?
nns, and other improvements thereon.
Urd The Kulo and Rice patches, with
her rice now growing in them.
Possession to he given linmedlatelyi
Surveys and deeds as expense o'f lessee.
Rents payable semi-annually, in nd
vnnce. Tho undersigned reserves to himself
tho right to decline any or nil tcndeis,
either for the whole of the premises, or
for any or all of the separate lots, as
For further particulars applv to
F. A. SCHAEFER.
Admr. Estate of Chas. Long.
POll SALE. ;
Franklin Stove Coal !
In any quantity,
"SVlioloKulo oi Itotull,
230 Wilder &Co.
IN aUNtJINE STYLE.
the thorough exporienc.
"OcSSjho. public to know Hint
take charge ,of stock, and guarantees
to break .them thoioiighly on his
Ranch, and attend carefully to feeding
and doctoring horses. Ho has now in
his charge such celebrated steeds as
Black Thorn and other thoroughbreds,
and has the ovcluslvo charge of all of
Mr. Jas. Campbell'B stock. Excellent
recommendations Charges moderate.
OTOiders loft at tho Pantheon Stables
will bo promptly attended to. 2iO-jm
A tt 1 Tl f 111 1 k
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l no stylish and elegant FUR.
;iuuiuv iii ii priviuu nweii
' 'HiK, logeuier wuu lease oi
houso. Will sell tho furniture separate.
Further particulars'at .;( 'Uf
231 l '" ' ' 80 Kins street,
J. T. Waterhouse
Has specially Imported a largo quantity
Suitable for Presents
for both old and young.
Boautilui Plcluros in splendid gilt frames,
Gilt Brnckclo and Racks,
'iVonc Boxes and Baskets,
Desks Dressing Cases, Inkstands,
Glovo and Handkerchief Boxes, ,
Book Slides, Satchels,
Christmas Cards, wood and metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Macho Card Trays,
From fi cents to $25, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Trousseaux and every requisite,
Compendium!!, Star Ringolcttc,
Triple Bowling, Balance Games, &c
CST Everything will be found to please
the mint Instill Ions taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of npicscut.
No. 10 Fort Street.
If yon want to sco tho
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
o to 4!i luccu Mtrcct.
If you vant toseo
Tho Best Quality of Leather
In the Kingdom,
o to -13 (iiccu Htrect.
' If you want to
Buy Leather at tho Lowest
Prices in tho Kingdom,
' o to 42 lucen Htrept.
If you want to Buy tlio
Best Quality of Groceries
In tlio Kingdom,
Mo to 4St qnocn Street.
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If you want
More for your Money
than you enn Imy elsewhere in I
Go to 42 Queen St.
M. W. McOHESNEY & SON; '
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DURING tlio temporary absenco of
Mr. W. G. Irwin from this, King
doni, Mr. W. M. Giw.mid will attend to
the birlness of our house.
220 2m WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
Millinery &"Pancy Articles
Received by every steamer.
Old Established Millinery Establishment,
181 10J Fort street. ly
von the rurouo.
OWNERS of Rcnl Estnto will always
, find It to (heir, ndvimtaga to placo
their houses and lands in my care for
disposal, ns I nm the only acknowledged
Real Estate Bioker on the Islands,
Agents 'and Planter, and all other em
ployers of mechanics and lnborcrs will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
cur. Leases, deeds, bond, mortgages, ami
all other legal pnqers drawn in proper
Books and accounts kept,
Custom entries, '
Letters and Engrossing done, t
and general business oftlco .work of
every description attended to and nlwsys
on the most rensonnblo terms.
Joseph e. wiseman!
Ofllco 37 Merchant Stroct( Honolulu.
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