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SATURDAY. DEC. 23, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Al12 noon, Mr. E. P. Adams will
Sell nt Killed' Kooni, Ynluabloltc.il
' Messrs. F. S. l'rntt & Cp. will Sell (
nt 12 nooii) on tiic premises, King .St.,
Ciirpeiiter'aisliop, lluihllugs, ctu.
AFTERNOOH. . , ,
,ClnistmnBTico nL Fort gt. Cliurfh
at a o'clock.'
''' llnnd Gohccrtj nt Emma Squrc nt
! :!)(). ,
I ' CVENINQ.
'vLnstChristinnsHnlo of thoScnson,
n'f K. S. l'rntt & Go's .Sales ltoom,
,"a7 o'clock sharp.
' "Ciliiislinns Anctlon Snlb nt Messrs.
, .lihlcrs, Fort.Rt. nt 7 o'clock.' .
(Jospcl Tcinpcnuice Meeting, nt
vUctliel,,nt'7i30.' ' ' :'
i ' , . TO-MOtinOW.
English .Sermon nlCntholic Church
r 'liy the llight'Itcn Bishop of Olbn,
nt 10 o'clock.
School Exercises nt iKnuwnkapili
Church, nt 11 o'clock.
Bethel, Iter. Dr. Damon, nt 11.
' 'WrtSt: Church, Itcv. J. A. Cur
'znn, morning and ovening,
St. Andrew's Cnthodrnl, Itcv. G.
"Wallace, morning nml evening.
A WORD FOR WORKING ANIMALS.
' '"'A merciful mail' is merciful to
his beast," nml n man who is not
., ,mcrciful to his beast is not merciful
to his own kind. The mnn who
overloads his dray mid ,thcu by the
application ofwhip and imprecations
forces h poor dumb horse or mule to
draw it, is not n merciful man.
The innu who puts n saddle public
raw nnd bleeding back of n horse,
and ridca around for pleasure, or
becaube ho id too lnscy to walk, is
not .(vmcrcjful mnn. A man who
works his horse nil dny nnd lies him
to n post to starvo nil night, iB not
mcrcifiil to his Ixjnst. Men ajiswcr
ing to cither of these descriptions
enn easily be found in this little
toiyn. They are cruel creatines,
with less soul thnji the poor'dumb
brutes they innltrcnt. These hard
working, obedient, faithful quadru
peds" nrc' entitled to the protection
of the law against' the bihbnrity'niid
oppression of their masters.
SANTA CLAUS AT THE BETHEL.
, On Thursday evening, at C :30
o'clock', the, children of the Sunday
School nsscmblcd'ln the Church. In,
h little while the nvnilnblc sents were
filled with their parents nnd friends.
A number of hymns nnd rfecitnjions
were given by the scholars, the most
noteworthy of which was an ncros
.tic, recited by 15 little girls, each
carrying what appeared to bo n
white luihnofr At the close of each
girl's part tho.Jjanner unfolded and
displayed inciter which, when the
whole was completed, read fcfr.v'u of
iBetiilkiu:m.j The effect was very
pretty. After these had been gone
through nn adjournment was made
Up'iho Vestry,- -Vlicfo nflcr u few
mJiiiuutcs Santa Clans, in n huge fur
dress, .cnino in with his basket on his
back and then the presents were dis-
-'tributed. j iNo 'one was forgotleu.
Every little' face was beaming with
delight. After tills ice cream was
served out lo all, , and by I) o'clock
the happy juveniles had departed,
Dr. and Mrs. Damon and Mr. and
Mrs. Parmnlcc, were tl)c gratified re
cipients of handsome presents from
the Sumlrty School. It was a most
1 pleasiugCxhibition, and tho. uunicr
1 ous visitors loudly itcstificd their ap
i' probntiou.of the charming, scene.
, EMMA SQUAREi CONCERT.
The, Band will givc,n concert nt
Emma Square, this afleruoon nt
4 :80 o'clock. Following is the
March DeMir Unrulli
.Overture Slnjjiglo-for F(rtune..Sn)io
nimic uiiiiiiinciiui ( . . . i Jiieui
, "VValtz Bcnuliful Itilly, by ifquc-t,
. .' '. ,Stnmsi
(iundrllle The Ualh iBtruuss
, , i PROGRAMME
Of " iho - order of cxcrcfscs of the
Qtiartcrly Exhibition of the Kaumn
kapili Supday School', Dec. 21, 1882.
. TJIU liOIip'B I'JIAYUU IS CC-JfrilKT. ,
Cliorim Over Tlicro
Exhihllion DWrlqt of Iwilel
Exhibition JJi-trIct jif 1'itlnuii
Exhibition District of Jlolokiilimm
ClioniH. . ....w.j,.... Jovful Evermore
Exhibition Dlstihit of Pnuoii
Exhibilloii UUtrict of Aiiwnlolliuu
Exhibition. . . -. .-.l)iiti lot- of Juiakopun
ciiimcji jjmticj'.h l'piiTiii: wi:i:k
Clioniji... ....Onward Cliriittinn Soldier
'EUiMiiWis....Ulptrlct' ol KiipiiuknJit
i Kxhlliilioiu. .-. . . .-. .llffirrnnti)ry Sclio'ol '
ExhlbUh?H.".'.M,g..V. of Kmmmknpili
Exhilittlon... Dliitriut of .Macmac
'I'.xlilliil'l(m....I)lhtrict of "NViiikiilialuhi
ChoruiS. i . .Happy Chrlhlinns
, PAPA KUHIKUHI
No lin hnna 'o ka Iloike Ilapnhn nm
' KniiiiifiknpII;Dck. 21, 1882.,-
i i r K.V 1'UI.K A KA IfAKU.ft '
Jliinciii llul.. ...... .Hu HoiiKMiil onnl
' -llolkis . . r . . . . t. . ApiimijO Iw ilul
Jlv-ilii'i 1 1 m,. . . . .,i i . . ii Aptum u I'uluum
Ilolkc Apnun o Holokiilmn'
Hlmcnl Hul. Oil, Oil, 01
Ilolkc Apntm o l'ntinn
Holko. ..Apana oJVuwalolimu
Ilolkc Apntm o Knakopim
NA 01.KI.O 1I00I.AHA A KA KKAI.MIA.
Illmcni llul .....Nntift e nn Kitu
Iloike.. Apnun o Kupmikolo
11 olkc Kula lloopololi'i
Iloike.. Ahahul Opioiio o Katimakaplll
Ilolkc ...Apnim n Macmac
Holko Apnna o AVaikalinlulu
11 inivui llul. . . . Ke Karlsiinaka o pil pi
Ycstcrdny nbout half past 1 r.si.,
Mr. "William Austin left Ills home at
Pnlmnn on horso-bnek to return to
town. Shortly nftcr tho horso re
turned nlono, nnd on going out lie
wns found in tho road insensible.
Drs. McKibbin nnd McGrew were
sent for nnd found no marks on
him snvo blood fiom the uose. He
remained insensible till his death nt
7:-15 r.M. Ho lenves a wifo nnd
a large circle of friends todcplolo
his untimely denth.
"Wo hnvo received from Mr. T. G-.
Thrum the handsomest mid most
appropriate n.cmcnto of tho season
we have yet seen. It is n smnll
volume of poems on the islnnds, en
titled 'Tribute s of Hawaiian Verse."
Naturally one looks at the outside
first and our attention is at once
caught by the lmudsoinc lithograph
ed cover, on which is depicted a
beautiful view of tropical scenery
which might well have been taken in
The book is securely bound in the
modern fashion with n crimson card
and tassel. Insido the book is
equally good in workmanship. Tho
whole is on tinted paper, and its
get-up would rcllect credit on an
Eastern publisher. Now for the
bonne boncic tho contents. The
first is a beautifully weird poem en
titled "Kipapn," by AV. C. Jones,
which recounts Umi's mystic adven
ture in that darksome glcnaud its
consequence. Then comes the al
ready well nnd favorably known
"Wajkiki," by It. M. Dngget, of,
which the truest criticism is found"
in its owuJaqt line,
"The nngcls Miiilo on "Wuiklkl."
Next in order is Lnhninn,
"Where tho wave tumbles,"
beautifully and poetically described
by Clias. "Warren Stoddard, who is
not unknown to fame in tlicso
islands or the States. Then
.."."Wninnnc," by T. It. "Walker, en
chants the 'reader into n day dream
"Misty twilight shadows."
Last comes '. 'Hawaii Nci," by the
gifted editor of the Jrcs3t Geo. "W.
Slciyart, of which wc can only quote
tho last stanza,
"Thy life is music, Fate, the notes
Each isle a stanza and the whole a
Then n few explanatory notes arc,
given, which arc evidently intended
for foreign leaders.
This will form one of the .most
beautiful and appropriate gifts for
friends tit home or abroad that wc
'Correspondence is solicited on tho top.
ics of tho day, or what may become so.
"Wo reervo tho right to excise pure
ly personal matter.
"Wo do not hold ouroclvcs responsible
forllio opinions exprc.-sed by our cor
EuiTon Bui.t.ETix: From time to
time you linve referred to the in
human treatment of animals. There
is'n law on oiir' statute books that
provides for Iho punishment of thcjcj
who inilict nets of cruelty on their
neighbor's beast ns well as n very
mild punishment on those who iu
flict suffering on -their own 'animals ;
but the oldest inhabitant never
J)card, of, a csisc of arrest or punish
ment unttcr it so far as I am nwarc
of. This matter has been brought
to the notice of the authorities time
iuid,ngain, hut was allowed to pass.
auuy H.iy "uiingyuiii
wc. rwill prosecute. But this isi not
enrrying out the law, Inmc ns It is.
I heartily ngrec with you 'Hint a
sdeiety' for' the "Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals"' bhoiild be
formed. There, arc certainly men
in our community icndy and willing
to take hold nnd blot out one of tho
relied of barbarism yet extant in lli'js
The pcoplo in this country cnnn6t
'hold up their bends nnd cluiui in
telligence nnd refinement us loilg ns,
they", hdc"(which the,)' do daily) the
poor dumb nnhnnlS treated us they
'hie' by n largo portion, of our com
munity, Sqq the poor bullock be
ing driven, to market the treatment
tthdop . receive in being', rhumllcd!
Take a look round our Fish Market
on a Saturday afternoon, reinqvc u
few saddles from the back, bf the
. horses nnd.sco insight jlluit would
lTuiko nu4Africnii. nocroimlc! Sou
,.cd by tin legs to the bttddlc,t.tho.
from their Jogs', belli;
hung in that condition for hours!
See tho poor ox standing ntn slump
luim-sttingcd, nnd waiting the convenience-of
-tho Blnughtorer 1 And
yet tho public sny that Is not our
affair. Vet wc Claim to,' ho fultly
educated, intelligent, nnd n Christi
an pcoplo governed, wc hope, or
should be, by men of culture. Ynt,
wc do nothing to remove this sliiih
f roiiins nsnnntiou.v . ., v .
ies df litis
nrc formed to nld nnd nssist in,
carrying otttlitc lnvs, 'and Hifrely
such nrc needed here, for the great
mass bf oilr "liconlor nrc no-furlher-
ndvanccd in this rcsticct tlinu they
weiOjOnc, hundrfcd years ago.., It is'
oiio' jptirt ' of- the cijlication of dift';
people manias iiccn samyncgiecicii.
It speaks well for a paper that ad
vocates such views yours sccius 'tb
be the only one who docs it. The
cause .is k'goo'd one, rirtiil"! honu voir
will ftEfciHhd hfattoVSbfcfoicftl.gfptibl
lie until soincthing is done. You
will have my assistance at any and
nil times in such n eniiM
LOCALAND GENERAL ITEMS.
Itr.AD our Supplement grMia with
lo-dny's jwict,j .-,' . - - ,. ,.i
Tin: Mission Cliiklrcit'q?
will meet this dny week instead
to-night. .' t t t k j 0j jj
Qt'iTi: nn excitement ycstcrdny
among the young folks over J. ' T.
Hackkki.d & Co. have just re
ceived sonic excellent llliiuuhuiil
Champagne and other wines.
Tlio Band will give n Christtrias'
Concert ,on Monday afternoon Dec.
25, in Emma 'Square, coinincneiiigiab
To-iioititow morning' ilt Fort fa't'.1'
Church, there will be. a Children's
service nnd in the evening n Christ-; (
mas praise service.
Mnssnsl Dillinghnm VtCo. will
by request, keep their store open
Tins afternoon at 3 o'clock, a
Christmas tree will be unveiled iot
the children of the Fort St. Stindny
school'.1 The parents and friends arc
cordially invited to attend the
gathering which will be, held in the
Mu.iS. Eiutucii formerly with M.
Phillips &,Co., left ycstcrdny 'on the
steamer Suez for San Fraucisco and
the Eastern States. He will return
in April and will open business on
his own ncpoutit. '
To-mouuow morning at 10 o'clock
the Itighfr Itcy. Bishop of Qlbn will'
preach an English 8crmoii in tho
Catholic Church. The building has
undergone great improvement during
this week by opening the? windows
upstairs for ventilation.
( i - 1- -k- f)
"Wr. .would rcnn'irtV onr readers
that Mr. D.' "Wl Cl'aike's. bffer of
watches, jewellery, &c, will close,
next Tliursdayj i Tlicsalo isja genu
ine one as Mr. Clark is i gbing to
leave the business. Thd prices too
arc remarkably low as Mr. Clark is
selling thcinat San" Francisco whole-'
Bale priced. '--
-- i -
Wc hnyo had placed oil our
Editorial Tulilc, a very pretty
Cluistmns book,; containing valuable
local iufornintion, viz: tlic posttjl
r.ttcstlicvorld's time, the date and
departure of Ocean Steamers and
ilitcr-Island mails, the fire, alarm
signals, lire districts, carnage' rates
and fares, places nnd meetings of
the various lodges id the city and
the calender for 1883. The cover
is ornamented with a cut represent
ing our ling nnd liberty. A beauti
ful natural fern is placed between
tlw season's wishes, " A Mcny
Christmas'' and ''Happy New
Year." This book is issued by Mr.
J.-E. "Wiseman, iltea Estate Ilrokcr
and, General Business Agent, who
has taken mud) pins in presenting so
valuable, n gepi to our community.'
Mr. VyiBcniuj se'tsforth his busi
ness in1tho in'8i(to'"p)igesJnnd thanks
tho publi5'very kindlyfor their
patronage in the, ps;:niid of course
trust for a continuance in the
future. "Wc believe Mr Wiseman
Is justly entitled to his success for
his cntqrprising and business nbity,
ticH,vbciirg "prompt lcliablo and
energetic in, 'all Ins umlttaKings.
Thqsc books! aic f6r distribution aqd
M"r. Wiseman will 'furnish nllJa copy
LOST,' on Fi Iiluy afternoon, near Fort
street Church, a smnll l'UHSE,
9Piitnluin,hUii.v l',,ulloy' .hg finder
will 1)0 rewarded on returning niiiio to
Mrs. J. (J.qyii'uso.v. " ' 270!)t '
" ' ' ii i.
" A'Fnlirirboni Cotngc, wlthde.
TSP' Kllllll'll, uiuur l.llll Ull,
i5iKliiK street, iieiir.Kililiii striicl,
For partieiiliirs nnplj lo A, fc?oi'., at'the
litllebloio on fiililm si., uwi-ycliyal st,
Jfefa " w?j ' mm' w
tf HE .
.... ., Christinas
i i I
u' 'On Saturday
h Y il'rt .W. iEHLER'S STORE,' ' ' '
ah ' A
t 1 0,
OWINU TO THE TJNU8UAL DEMAND THAT WE HAVE HAD FOR
It 13K15 & JBviixOIS'S
V?illiMtwilAtimalili! Hid '
lot that we opened a few
i w'eekW nfeoJ'-woK,? tlio JrtrgcjU. r)
we have ever received, wo
lliukomvelycs quite, out of
a liberal dheounttonU imr.
.chiHerHBf.thcc goods and
QOHHAM SILVEU WARE
until after the Chrhlmas
..AY.c ore! otyltagd tn order
a new supply hnniei'lalely,
in order to he piejmied for
Uiosii 'weddings whieli aic
to come oil' soon.
,M m. Hit ,
E."-'0. 4-IA'LL & SON'S.,,,
A FINE AS01lTMi:NT OP
"Bobts) "Wio'es, "Slvppevsy SdMalslTMs&c.
j i.iii ..i '.
- - ALSO
THEJIIfEST SELECTION OF GENTS'
Ann Id lirt nil rt (IiIaI. n
r yilU III il.UUf till
A. W. ItlCHAltDSON &!goVOT
)lf -t . ! ufii.,,1 tr
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
At 12 noon, nt Sales ltoom, will be sold
4 " ' rthe fallowing j
hitunted in Honolulu:
Lot 1 contains 4 Taro Patches in Ilnn-
hnukdi; 1 10-100 acre. )
Lot 2 contains 14 Tnro l'ntchc?, at Han-
Lot 8 contains 2 Taro Patches, at Ivnfna-
kcla,: 2 i)-100 acre. ' J
Lot 4 cb'iithihs'rirnru'Pntrh, itK j.m-
' (For particulars apply Jp f. Ji. Dcjle.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Uhuslial Business Opportunity.
Ir f(. Stock and Good AyjjU,
Tuesday,, l)cccnit)Ci: gGtli,
t at ,12 no(in, nt Sides llqoni, ,
.Bj-jirUcriof J.iynvrighK Emp, I will
, cell "at auelilin tho
Svcl 1 13k tVbllhllied T3illvry
Lotv Store, .Building, Stables Cook
lionxe, .Hornes - Delivery "Wagons
apd all Machinery and block con
ne'eted vwlth the bakery of Messrs
1 it( Jiyc lhos? on Nuunn,street.
,Also, thoso thrio vory desirab'lo Rcsldonco
- Lots, willf buildings thereon,
Situated pmNuunmi Avenue, near.
ICnlcui, between tlrcl'Lyccuin and the
J;inies Lemon nroiicrty.
Yot further pirticiihn'ico poteiv, or
.cmiulrc of(A. , Qnrtjvi;jg)jt(or '''
E. P. Adamh, Auctloijepr.
A UEAliTIFLrL miilo of ltoonis.',lnt
XjL the heart of the city, convenient
Vllofcl oi)JrJtiiCjuIj) jtytfUlro at No.
4 Garden Lane, or apply to i
,: . tSBTJrB
OTIRIw ' . ntnlTVitnl,..TlrAbni.
'I ! IIIMI I
tiT?.'SfAriiK(licd XCooiiin, j3
AN KliT&'BTllEET.'tb let( 5 minutes
Vt TwJni'PoBt Ofllcc. -Z,J&t
Ml UAVAJMAUll'B AUCAUlI'lfi
IN SlHTHS.nml SINGLE, in desirable
locality, Kiiitablo fornrlvato family,
'WW ' OAVENAOHUAOENOY.
r- I H
1 , IT ..X
i J' .if,-,
2LA110E Unfurnpilicd Jtoomx, five
inluulVjT walk' from Post Oillec.
""27U., ' " CAVKyAou'B An i :c v.
'"" . -UMeful ChiiicHclluyM,
i,' null ir-KXTmtT s
; For Nnley 1 -' H
fiPIIE hushn'ss .of n icstauratit, good
X stand, in full rnnping'order; stove
and cook house iitcnsllhcoinplottv'. Terms
rnihunublc, - l'w
27, , (Cayi:naoii'h Auu.ncv.
IfSflMESTr 1 1
wc, would here remark
that, )v6 'often have 6(icanhm ,
4 " I
,Wc, would here remark $
to' 'send Special orddrs lor
iir Bciiu c;ll
Plated or 811 vc
liinrked with a
tlnicl 10 he'
Icttef or inonogrrim, wMeii
1h done in Uenutilul fitjlc.
,,.n i.i,m.. - r ! hi
Forks and Spoons, or anv.
thing clue, 'marked or nut
marked, rwould-do wpll to
le'ilvo tho order as soon bb
Ca.ll 'anil examine 'theto
beautiful goods' before they
are all gomv You all know
they are to bo found at
t . ,,,,
Ul DJ11U1 IUU
AUCTION SALES BY
December 23rd, at 12 noon, by order of
His E.xcellcncjv,th6 .Minister of the In.
terior, wo will Hell at Public Auction, on
' j , -, r Materials, &c,
Formerly occiipleil'hy l. Way, Esq., on
the Enlanade;niaknl of the fence of
Messrs. II. Hackfcld & Co.
Buildings to bo removed within 10 dnys.
F.'S. PBATJ & Co., Auctioneer.
Saturday, Dcoeinben 23rd, nt 7 sharp, nt
, aajes ltoom, Beaver Block,
LAST CHRISTMAS, SAL?prSEASOK !
Elegant ,111111 Usofui presents
, comprising ti
MuNi'ciil IJCoxcm. rJPovw-. ','
AVorlc Uoxt?H, -4f JJ
Hilvor I'luictl "Ware,
Jfcc-., &. i
W ii 'DlJAftvp r. n.. A.....1 i
. u. .,Jtt VV, Vy)l, JlllUllimULTM,
For Sinokum. Look nt this list :
Tobacco1 and Cisnrit finest brands
Tobacco ppuches and boxes
' M.ifch'hoxcrf'W J')l .i.T
G. B. D. br,iiir ioot. pipes
Meerschaum pipes, "
" "Oigarnndneigarettc Holders
Pil)0 stems from 2 to 24 inches long
Am hex. niouth'Pipccs
Wood clear and clcurotto linlilpre
yMiJtlig, hrci vJ'WynAUjl;, Jlncst
8J ' H.J.NOLTE.
.A S TllE YEAlt IS CJLOSING I do,
)X''nru lo,fiay t.iBt.iill morchants nud
storekeepers wllrilml it tovtlielr interest
to patronize line if outside help is re-
MWlLVindJUfUccoiiiiUi, arrange books,
uiu guuunii uusiness matters lortne new
C2?" Commcrcialimattcrs of every des-
. General Business Agent,
'27 Merchant street.
, tt W&K .31ECEIVED
For Sale in iiuuntltleffio suit, by
sra iw . j. t. waehuouses