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iMDAY, DEC. 15, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale, nt Sales Room
;of K. P. Adams, nt 10 o'clock.
- Polynesian Encampment, 7 :00.
Improved Order of Med Men, 7 :30
r-'Mcchnnic's Hcncllt Union, 7:30.
THE MINISTERIAL TOUR.
To bo Bine, it is the duty of Cabl-
net Ministers to acquaint themselves
.villi the country's needs, and they
cannot well and thoroughly perform
this duty by perpetual confinement
, to their oillces; therefore, Ministers
nro quite within the sphere of their
legitimate work when they make a
tour of tho island. And why should
n't they make as many speeches as
they please on their rounds? And
why cavil if they throw in a little
l sentimentality, hero and there, to
,(upistcn the dryness of tho moio
solid matciial? Surely, if no other
good eomes out of the tour, it is
something for the metropolis to be
.supplied with a little new sensational
ljcndiug I Of course, thcro is sure to
bo a "fcwvulgnr, silly, sore-headed"
people, who will havo the "bad
taslo" to "insinuate," although they
may .not? "clearly aver," that the
printed rcpoits of "cordial rcccp-
tjpjus" and "enthusiasm of the peo
ple," &c, would have more weight
if it wcro quite clear that tho re
porter aud publisher wcic quite in
dependent of ministerial control.
These aio minor matters that do not
trouble largo minds ; but there arc
so many inquisitive people who
originate such queries as these:
. "Would not a Utile less talk aud a
little more action bo better for the
.icountryf?.Is not that concern for' tho
'" people's health which manifests it
, Bolf in doing preferable to that
which is only heard in jtromiainy?
Is not tho half of ono year a period
..long enough in which to make a
.beginning of some of the great
things' that arc to be accomplished
(for'llie public good?
' The .coronation of His Majesty
ntho. King will be celebrated for two
weeks, commencing Feb. 12 and
ending Feb. 2-1.
Monday. Teb. 12, a salute of 21
guns will be fired from tho Esplanade
Battery at mid rise.
( At 0 a.m. a procession will be
formed in the front of the Ucthel
, Church, under the supervision of
Hon. J. A. Cummins.
At 12 m. the ceremony of the
coronation. Immediately after tho
coronation the Royal Paitywill go
-'to Aliiolani Hale, and thcro unveil
the statue of Kamchameha 'I., if it
has arrived in lime.
After this the Koyal Party will re
turn to the Palace and then distribute
t ' Iii tho evening a general illumina
tion of tho whole city.
This ends the piogrammc of tho
j POLICE COURT-DECEMBER 13.
t ( OKIMIXAT. ItOCKKT.
I Chns, Baker, smuggling opium.
Ilis Honor, beforo passing judgment
requested the defendant to btatc
'bow long ho had been at sea, and
i tllso how long ho had been an ofllccr
of a vessel. Defendant stated that
he had followed the sea from a boy,
and that he had held the position of
.ollleer on throe successive vessels.
'His Honor said ho could not sco
bow tho defendant could bo ignorant
of the laws here in regard to the in
troduction of opium, and did not
'believe ho could have been, as ho
himself admitted that ho had been
.here a few months ago, and the very
fact of his having brought tho opium
on. board in his trunk, and a fow
days beforo reaching port having
transferred it under his berth looked
'wry suspicious, if ho had been mis
informed us lie said lie had, and had
intended to bung the opium down as
liiigllt. ho would have entcicd it on
l!ic vessel's papers as freight, and
oii,ariiynl heio, when ho found it
could not be entered, ho could have
let1 itVcmain in tho Custom IIouso
until the return of tho vessel, and
then sent it back. Having carefully
considered this case and the evi
dence, the Court could not feel
justified in giving a light sentence,
therefore pasties Judgment that de
fendant eliull bo imprisoned nt hard
labor for six mouths, to pay n fine
of $200 and costs 81.10.
Lin Ileo, affray, discharged.
Kcaloha (boy,) larceny of a
banjo. Mr. Hill, the Principal of
tho Reformatory School, stated that
this boy had been conimittted there
for his minority, that ho was a good
boy and obedient, but that lie would
steal anything ho could lay hands
on, that it seemed to bo n weakness
with him. His Honor thought a
sevctoi punishment than to be re
turned to the school was in this case
necessary, so sentenced him to 12
months' hard labor and to n flue of
Sfi and costs SI.
Awnawn, k.., Mclc, w., Uilama, k.,
YVahuwcla, w., Nawaclua, k., gam
ing, remanded to the Mill.
Poo, J. Hamilton, II. Moycis,
Moses Kcuiiii, drunk ; fined various
J. Kcmslcy, drunk, remanded to
Kaiuo, 'deserting bond service,
from Hecia Plantation ; ordered to
return and pa costs S3.
Nnilic, desciling bond service,
from Sam. Parker; ordered to re
turn and pay costs S3.
Kalaluhi, deserting bond service,
,from Wilder & Co, ; settled out of
J. E. Wiseman vs. J. II. Lynch,
action of assumpsit for S-10 ; judg
ment for plaintiff for $22.50 and
M. J. Pose vs. John Duff, action
of assumpsit for S 12.50 ; settled out
of Com t.
Tho baikcntinc Amelia and the
schooner Dakota arc duo from Port
Blakcly in about 10 days.
Coircpondcnco 1r (solicited on 'tho top
ics of the day, or what may become ho.
We reserve llio right to excise pme.
ly ncisonnl mutter.
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor.
Mk. EniTOit: A person signing
himself " Citizen " wishes to know
" Where arc the Police? " at a haul
in on Saturday night, on Queen
street, at about 8 im. ; now I boiug
present a ill inform you of tho facts
of the case.
On last Saturday night n China
man's retail store, on Punchbowl
street, was entered by a native
man who was somewhat tho worse
for liquor, and who requested
to purchase 10 cents' worth
of pilot bread. The Chinaman
delivered him tho bread, but the
man refused to pay him and left the
store. Tho Chinaman then called
out haul-in, in about five or six min
utes four native Policemen arrived
at the store, but the native had left
before the arrival of tho Policemen
nt the store.
Mr. Citizen wants to know why it
was tho constable at the Trcasuary
Dcpaitment did not come out to the
rescue. I asked the constable tlicic
why ho did not como out, nnd his
reply was that his orders wcro never
to leave the Treasury under any
Furthermore, tho native on Sun
day morning paid the Chinaman two
dollars for damages that had been
done there. As to the other mat
ters Mr. Citizen speaks of 1 know
nothing about them.
Emtok Buixurix: Tho perform
ance of Tuesday evening by the
Dramatic Club is to be repented on
Monday. May I suggest to the
gentleman who played the accom
paniment on the piano to tho violin
solo, that he nmfllo tho piano, or let
some ono ploy it with a rather moio
delicnlo touch. Owing to tho un
merciful way in which that piano
was pounded, scarcely a note was
heard from tho violin. II is too
much to expect a piano to produce
the same amount of noise as a mili
Oxb op Tin: AuniKxcu.
802 BROADWAY, N. Y.
I am most happy to bear testi
mony to tho great superiority of tho
Mnthushok Pianos. I have been
familiar for years with all of our
most distinguished pianos in this
country, nnd I do not hesitate to
say that the upright is, in all res
pects, superior to the common sized
square, by nil other makers, and
that tho Orchestral (common sized
square) is not surpassed, if indeed
it bo equaled, by any Concert Grand
I have ever seen. Theso Pianos
must take the lead of all known in
struments, and their peculiar con
struction rcudurti them by far tho
most durable, and the least liable to
get out of tunc.
EuonxB J. Mi'.uniAM.'
Organist Dr. Strykcr's It. P. D.
Church, cor. 31 tli St., and 8th Av.
LOCAL AND OENERAL ITEMS.
Tub large Mathuslick GrniidPiano
intended for Foit St. Church, has
arrived by the D. C. Murray and is
now on exhibition nt Wells' Music
i ' ' ,
A native belonging' IbHlio Iwalanl
was killed at Honuapo, on Tuesday
" Wn understand that Mr. Hart,
the Itoad Supervisor intends to com
mence operations at tho foot of Fort
sticet early next week. It will bo a
great boon to tho community to liavo
this road attended to and made fit f or
the traffic that pours over it con
tinuously. i O i
Tiir.iti: is many "a slip between
tho cup and the lip," and so there
is in lottery enterprises. But the
lucky fellow who brings homo to his
wife or sweetheart that beautiful
horse pf Mr. McKeaguo's with the
now single buggy and equipments,
which must be drawn b' some one
on Christmas evening, at the Pah
tlicon Stables, will never rcgict, tho
S2 he spent in securing tho tine out
fit. Tickets are going fast, and we
arc chancing No. '120.
Juyon Kalakatia, a brother of
King Kalakatia, is visiting San
Francisco. JVcto Jjontlon, Oonn.,
This is news indeed to icsidoifcs
heie, but it shows us a fair sample
of what people abroad know about
C3T A (lno selection or Ladies' S.itln
Coiscts can bo hud at tho Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. 51. 3Ii:r,r,is,
101 Foit Street. 271
OT Tho largest selection of Lndics'
FiehucH nnd Collarettes of the latent
Patterns are to be had at tho Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. 31. 3Ii:m.ib,
101 Fort Street 271
C Gents' Silk Suspended (some,
thing new) will be sold during tho Holl.
day's at the Honolulu Clothing Empori
um of A. Jr. 3taM.ii, 104 Fort Street. 271
C3T Every lady should see tho New
Patterns which 3Ilis. 3tai.i.is has just
received direct fiom Paris. 20j
& A Jlceting of the Hawnilnn 31c
fifjftehnnics' Hencllt Union will take
$y place on FRIDAY EVENING,
Dec. ICth, at the Hall of Mechanic En
gine Co. No. 2, lit 7130 r.M. A full at
tendance is requested. IJv order.
270 W3I. AU'LD, Secretary.
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Geo. W. Dc Long Post. No. 45
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A rccular meeting of the Post
J will be opened at Head Quarters,
JK: of P. Hall, Campbell's build.
lag, i' on street, near Hole),
On Monday Evening, December 18th,
at 7:80 sharp. Important Business. Let
cery Comrade rally.
Bv oidcr, It. W. LAlNE,
F. TUltltILL, Post Com'dr.
Adjutant. 272 !)t
HOUSE and COTTAGE, on tho Jlont
gomery Estate, over Smith's
271 CAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1882
Fouith peiformnnco of tho
Honolulu Amateur Dramatic Club,
in aid of tho funds of tho
"A Silent Protector,"
" Trial by Jury."
Bo plan open at .1. W. llobcrtson &
Co's on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 0 a.m. 271
ON KING STREET, to let, 5 minutes
fiom Poa Olllce.
2.';0 CAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
IN SUITES umPSINGLE, in desirable
locality, suitable .for private family.
fflia , CAVENAGII'S AGENCY
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAR IS CLOSING I do
sire to say that all morclmnts and
sloickccpcrs will find It to their Interest
to nalroniZo mo if outside help is re
quiicd to adjust accounts, arrange books,
aud gcncial business matters for the new
l"SJ" Commercial matters of ovory dcs.
ciiptiou attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, ,
20i lm 27 Jlcrchant street.
Onico Sup't Wntor Worlw,
Honolulu, July il, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
aro notified that their 'Water Hates
are payablo seml.nnuually, In advance,
at tho oRlce of the Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu btrect.
upon the 1st rtnv of January and July of
each year. OHAS. 11, WlLSON,
Sup't Water Works.
S. K, Kaai, Jlluister.of Interior, 201
S) On Saturday
16 th and 23rd, at
B. F. EHLER'S STORE,
! Fort Stroot.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Friday,
December luth, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Regular Oasli Sale,
A Consignment of
i Xrcwli GrocorlcK, t
Also, 1 new Sewing 3InchIno,
1 Japanese Cabinet,
1 Camphor Wood Secretary, .
1 pair lino Opera Glares,
1 Winchester Repeating Rille,
1 elegant Japanned Hall Lamp,
1 Letter press,
Upholstered Chairs, &c.
Ono. Sot, Carpenter's Tools,
New 'Webster's Unabridged,
New History Civil War,
New Set Readers Novels,
Oil Clothing, Ac.
E. P. Adajis, Auctioneer.
Unusual Business Opportunity.
Stock unci Good Will,
Tuesday, December 2(5(li,
at 12 noon, at Sales Room,
By order of A J. Cartwrlght, Esq., I will
hell at auction tho
Lot, Store, Building, Stables, Cook
houe, Horses, Delivery Wagons
and all 3liichincry and Mock con
nected with tho bakery of 3Icssrs
Love Uro3., on Nuuanu fctrect.
Also, those thrco vary dosirablo Residence
Lots, with buildings thorcon; '
Situated on Nuuanu Avenue, near
Kukui, bctwcctt'thc Lyceum and the
James Lemon property.
For fdrther particulars see posters, or I
enquiro or a. j. unrtwrtgnt, or
E. P. Adajis, Auctioneer.
MS. B 0 la BH BH yylitT
All who aro Invitcdor such as aro noV
Elegant Dress Suits
Can bo accommodated with ono of thoso
Superb Black Dress Suits
Only to bo (ound at my store Call oarly
anil oxamlno thoso goods, so you may
compare them with others
Honolulu, Dee. 13, 1882.
CHRISTMAS GOODS I
We have just iccelvcd and aro
A largo involco of
Toys, wood, metal, &c
" Flower Pots,
Statues,, ' ' '
8 t'W 'AlburiiB.MOfjA
x , &c., &c., &c.
205 2w H. IIAOKFELD & Co.
(fel O' MM MONTH,
271 CAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
THE undersigned gives notlco that ho
has been appointed by the Court
of Commissioners of Alabama CialniH a
Commissioner to take the testimony of
such witncf-scH as may como before him
to bo used In tho investigation of any
elalma which may bo presented beforo
D. A. McKINLEY.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1882. 250 2w
DURING tho temporary absence; of
3Ir. W. G. Irwin from this King,
dom, 3Ir. W. 3f. Gikkauu will attend to
tuu business of our house.
220 2m r
W3J. G. IRWIN. &COS
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Evonings, Dec.' (a
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRTT & Co.
Important and Extensivo '
(Sale by Auction
Now Year's Presents
December 10th, at 7 o'clock, at tho
Sales Room, Beaver Block,
Comprising tho wholo of tho stock of
Descriptive catalogues are npw ready
and can bo had on application to tho
auctioneers, 'llio goods will bo on rlcw
the day of sale.
F. S. PRATT & Co., Auctioneers!
No Christmas Tablo Is Comploto
Without some of
rJ J. BIOOKE'S
Poultry! Jg; Poultry!
Turkeys, Chickens and Ducks,
Lot of Splendid Sucking Piga
At the lowest market rates.
Residence, 219 Fort Street.
' .i j
J. T. Waterhouse-:
Has specially Imported a largo 'quantity
Suitable for Presents'
for both old and young.'' " -
Beautllul Pictures la splendid gilt framoi,
Gilt Brackets and Racks,
WorK Boxes and Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Case, Inkstands,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, ,
Book Slides, Satchels,
Sliiiors, Bronzes, i
r , . , , Album Stands,
Christmas Cards, wood and metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows aud Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Jlncho Card Trays,
From fi cents to $25, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Tiousscau and every lequlslto
Parlor Games, ,
Comncndiums, Star Ringolcttc,
Triple Bowling, Balance Games, &c
C5T Everything will bo found to pleaao
tho most fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present. , -f
No. 10 Fort Street
Christmas and New Year !
For wilo of all descriptions both
Plain and Ornamental, .
Consisting of Fruit, Pound,
Sponge,, Citron, &o., Ac.
Also, HORN'S jvoll-known
intone 'sutfcjoia meat,
Christmas and Now Year's''
Mince HPies !
Also, ivery largo asspi'jliuqlit of
iWey Sugar Toys I
of my ov;mnnufacturo. and guaranteed
to bo free uiolu all polsonpua colprs, so
oxtcnsiveljAused in tho manufacture of
CtsVl'ho largest and
Finest Ssock of Candies I
consisting of siVcral thousand pounds
of tny own maVifaoture, nnd gua5
antccd stiihtly pure, for r
Sloam Cvhdy Factory and Bakery,
Hotel street ifbcUecn Fort & Niluanu '
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