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WEDNESDAY. DEC. 2T, lV82.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS'.
Knihtft Of lytliUi8, nt 7:1)0.
Hawaiian Lodge, Installation
. Lodge ho I'rugrcH, Regular incct-
nt 7 :30.
I'ort nu iiurcn Arnyer Hia'iMigi
Bethel Prayer meeting nt 7:30;
Klcctluu of (lie oilleers of the Sanday
St. Amliow's Cathedral usual rier
, viOCs; at 7 :3(.
.. i ..i A.I 1. fl . . .!..
-THE P. C. A. ON JOURNALISM.
. Yesterday's Advertiser says, "Wc
wodlil like to tfee maintained here a
respectable, high-toned Btamlard .of
journnlisni." So would wc. "Pub
lic journals should represent princi
ples. " Tliat is precisely our opini
on. "Should the inspiration of a
public journal appear to be inspired
solely by personal antipathies, it can
no more hope for public influence
than a braggart or a scold." Itight
again. "The proprietor and editor
ial staff of this paper have aimed to
conduct journalism upon a respect
able and honorable basis." Wc will
not deny the "aim," but wo do say
that there must be unsteady nerves
or defective sight somewhere, for
the mark has been widely missed of
late. No doubt, the Advertiser has
good ground for complaining that
"whatever discussion may take
place" in its' columns, "is not met
with any sort of fair argument or
criticism of the conduct of the
journal, but almost entirely with
personalities against the proprietor."
In countries wheic journalism is
conducted on a basis of respectabil
ity and fairness, proprietors and
editors arc never taken into account,
as proprietors and editors, i:i the
discussion of public questions.
Every public man, as a public man,
is a proper subject of public critic
ism ; but n newspaper proprietor or
editor, in cither of those capacities,
is not a public man. The paper and
its contents arc public, but not the
writer of those contents. The only
respectable method of journalistic
cohtrovcrsj is to debate measures,
not men, to discuss the published
matter, not the writers of that mat
ter. If the measures mid matter arc
bad, reject them, even if fathered
by an archangel ; if, on the other
hand, the measures and matter arc
good, accept them, although eman
ating fromxhu "father of lies."
This is our yjew of legitimate
journalism. The Advertiser frankly
confesses that it has recently
""imitated" the pernicious practice
of contemporaries, "by ignoring an
offending journal and retorting upon
an individual ;" but virtually pleads,
in extenuation, that .this was the
Pl'ly M'-iy of effectually dealing with
that journal That may be
mi ; but Iwo wrongs do not make a
right--) the, fact, that one man. com
mits a crime' is no a valid reason
for another man doing the same.
However, we commend our daily
contemporary for the following de
claration, "If our contemporaries
will confino themselves within the
bounds of fair controversy, without
personality, wo will cliecrfully ac
cept boncst attack, without asper
ity, and be ready to return courtesy
for courtesy." That is exactly ,thc
position of the little Bum.ktik.
In St. Andrews' Cathedral were
celebrated at 11 a.m. by a full
choral sen-ice. The hallelujah
chorus was played ns an opening
voluntary, and an ablo sermon was
preached by Mr. Mackintosh. His
Majesty was present throughout the
service. Special Christmas hymns
were used nnd a Te Dcuni written
by Mr. Wray Taylor, who also
oillciatcd as organist. A large and
attentive congregation was present,
mul the service closed with
The Halcnknla brought
bairn of sugar from Pepeckco,
leaves again to-day.
The Alaska has received orders to
come back to Honolulu. She is
expected here during the last fort
night in January.
The Madras wllllcavo for Hong
kong on to-morrow afternoon.
The Iwalnni brought 2915 pkgs of
I.O.G.T. The noxt regular meet
ing will bo held on Saturduy even
ing next, I '"'
f Ife mlti llullcthi;
LOCAL" AND GENERALITEMS.
1'oiiT street is getting picked up
nnd will shortly bo in good condi
tion for travelling on.
Tnu wharves yesterday showed
n great deal of business going on.
No less than six slcnmcra went out
in the course of the afternoon.
Mn. O. Stut.iiui. a councillor of
the German Embassy, arrived on by
the City of Sydney yesterday., ilp'
is going on to Samoa by the next
steamer. , ',
- V ', V U-L'
Citowus of Chiuiuncn were pass-.
ing up the street 3c3tcrday after
noon. They were pnssengers by the
Madras for Hongkong. None of
them arc booked for this place.
Tmtr.K young men were noticed
for their driving round JJmma Square
several times on Monday afternoon,
at a very fast rate. Why couldn't
they select another place to show off
their horso's paces?
Tub bakery stores &c. of Messrs.
Love & Bros, were bought yesterday
at Auction by Mr. Robert Love, for
the sum of 20,")00. He also
bought the house and lots on Nuu
anu street for S 1,700.
Tnr. following were elected ofllcers
for the ensuing term nt the Poly
nesian Encampment, I.O.O.F., last
Friday night: C. P., J. Lcckcr;
H. P., J. It. Morrill; S. W., A. W.
Itichnrdson ; J. W., E. C. Howe;
T., E. W. Peterson.
The following were elected ofllcers
of Harmony Lodge I.O.O.F. for the
ensuing term: N. G., M. D. Mon
sarrnt; V. O., A. W. Richardson;
It S., W. E. Hcrrick; P. S., J. D.
Lane; Trcs., S. Sclig.
Wk have to compliment the hack
police on their vigilance. Every
day new arrests arc made for
violation of the regulations. If Mr.
Wond's efforts were only seconded
by the public, we should have little
or nothing to complain of m our
Yistkhday in a warehouse we
were shown a bale of old nigs which
had been shipped from San Fran
cisco for a large plantation on ono
of the othci1 islands. It is a woiidcr
that they couldn't havo got them
right here without going to the ex
pense of freight; from1 the const.
'Vhei c is auy quantity of them to be
seen about town.
Whilk so many arc being remem
bered at this fest'o'c season, ma' we
put in a plea ,foV the motherless
little girl of the old watchman at
Diamond Head. She is only about
3 years old. Gifts may be left at
J. W. Ilobcrtsou's who will sco that
thej' arc forwarded ; perhaps clothes
would be most acceptable.
Qui:r.x street from ,Nuuanu to the
Fish-market ought to be levelled
and widened owing to the immense
and constantly increasing trnfllo to
the Market, There is a first class
opportunity now ns a brick building'
is just about to bo put up. by Mr.
Geo. Lucib for Mr. Chas. lJrcuning,
of which the excavation for the
foundation is now being dug.
Mr.ssus. Brewer & 'Co. havo re
ceived per Lady Lampson a very
largo shipment of boncmcnl for fer
tilizing purposes, and one of the
largest over received in this port.
It lias been pointed out to us that
there, arc about 50Q tous of bones
below' the prison. "Why then''can
tlicso not be made into bone mcnl
hero? It is n fine JclinnCo for a
young and cntcrprisiiig man.
Thk installations of the ofllcers of
Lodge lc Progrcs de'l Oceanic, 121
A. F. & A. M., will take place nt
their Lodge Room on King street,
this WcdncHiln' evening, Dec. 27th,
nt 7A o'clock. Hawaiian Lodge 21
F. & A. M., will meet nt their hall
on Queen street, at the same room,
for installation of ofllcers elect. All
visiting brethren in good standing
arc invited to attend without further
notice. After the installation of
ofllcers of Hnwnlinn Lodge the mem
bers will then adjourn to La Progrcs
Lodge, whero they will bo joined by
the members of that Lodge, form
into line, and march to tho Palace.
I. O. ii. T.
TUB np.Nt Regular Meeting of Alga,
rolm Lodgo will tnko place nt the
Hall, on Saturdav eveulni;. Dec. SlOtb.
282 ;tt FRANK GODFREY, Sco
fe 9 PER MONTH,
271' UAYENAUIi;8 AGENCY,
J !,, FOREIGN JOTTINGS." "
Massacre of 80 'whites by '500
Apaches in New Mcxico.-jjChinh is
prcpnring to resist FrenchVnttaeks
on Tonquin. Great lire at King
ston, Jfltnaica, ,Dcc. ll.loss $D0,
000,000. The Seine has risen and
is inundating .Parts'. The Tiber is
rising and may inundate Pome.
War impending between Brazil and
tho Argentine Republic over ills-,
puled territory. Tho whole of the
dotcct jves of one district U.S. nrc nc-,
cusod' of loing.iii Icngilo Vith the
bunko nnd inontcmen. The Sultan
has had all' nnnored, bullet nnd
gicnnde-proof carriage built. Ilig
gins is-to-bc hung for-the murder
of the two Huildys in Ireland, An
Anstro-Gerninn nllinnfcc for 10 years
haslieen" tirraugc.il. '
HAWAII IN AMERICA.
KALAKAUA'8 CROWN, SCEPTRE AND
Omaha,. Dqc. 11. King Knlnkn--ua's
Chamberlain, Col. C. II. Judd,
who, with his party, passed through
Omaha yestcrd.1 homeward bound
from Europe, has, ns it learned from
some of Ids acquaintances ill 'this"
city, purchased in Europe some of
the necessary iiisiguih of royalty aJ
crown, sceptic, robes, etc., for Kala
kaua. The robes and royal dindem
will be used at the coming Corona
tion of the King and Queen. They
aie modeled after those of Russia,
and the crown to bo worn by the
King is larger than that of his con
sort. They nrc nearly oval and
each is ornamented with a cross at
the apex, and brilliantly studded
with diamonds and other precious
stones, and on cither' side arc gold,
kalo leaves, a plant highly prized by
the people of the Hawaiian King
dom. The King's sceptre is com
posed of silver inlaid with gold.
The royal robes are purple with an
ermine border. The King was
ciowncd according to the customs
of his own countiy, but on Fcbrunry
12th he will be again crowned in the
style that prevails in the Courts of
Europe. Invitations to tho Coro-'
nation Iinvc'bccn sent to the Presi
dent of the United States and to the
different rulers of the Old World.
The ceremonies will take place in
the new palace, which is a magni
LEPROSY IN MA88AOHU8ETT3.
Boston, Dec. 17. A case of what
is believed to be genuine leprosy has
developed in tho Almshouse nt Salem1.
Charles Derby, the victim, arrived
from San Francisco n week ago.
Derby is well educated and for some
years was chief botanist at Honolulu
to Queen Emma. He has been iso
lated and his clothing burned.
In this city, December 2:ird, 1882, by
the Itov. .1. A. Crii.nn, W. Geo. Ashley,
of San .Tom-, Cal., to MNs Kiltie E. Tor.
belt, of Honolulu, lL I. No Cards.
(San J(hc papers please ropy.)
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Stock.
X holders of the Hawaiian Hell Tele
phone Company will bu held on Thurs
day, JamJary 4th, 1883, at 11 lo'clbck
a.iin., nt tho ofllcc of II. A. Widcmann.
C. O. HEKGEH,
283 tj4 SccicUry.
" ltcnity ibr Wovlt n't Oi1j
lloiir'ri-Xutlcc. ( '
Foreign Gardener', by tile dnjVwcek or
Foroigii-foamstcr or Coachman. "v
3 German Laborers.
283 Oavi:xaoii'h Aokkcy.
X7ILWAM.,U. I1A3IBEU begs to
Y Y notify hiit fi lends niuMJiu public
generally that ho has mnda pciin.incnt
arrangement with Messrs. Ashley fc Co,
to siipci Intend tjic, baggage dcpaitnient.
280 at V
BEAUTIFUL suite of 'ijoonis, in'
the heart of tlm nllv. fmivpnliTl
to Hotel or British Club, luoulro iit.No.-
4 Garden Lane, or apply to '
27.) lw Hcnl Estatclirokcr.
ON KING.STHEET.to lct.,5 minutes
25flf OAVENAQII'S AGENCY.
TN SUITES'nnd SINGLE, 'in dcslmblc
X locality, Hiiitnblo .for private family.
502 'CAVENAGH'S AGENCY.
A Four-room Cottncc. with dc.
'inched kitchen, water laid on,
UKInif street, near Kiliha street.
For particulars apply to A. Souza, at the
little store on Lllllia nt., near School ht.
' 270 at
Vov Itcut. ,
TTOUSE and COTTAGE, on the Mont.
gomcry Estate, over Sniith't)
FHESH consignment of 1,'riinc
SlU UAVKNAOH'H A0KXCV.
A freith lot of the
Best California Raisins
For'Bulc in iimintltlcrt to Hiiit. by,. 4
273 lw .Xu'A'I'EHUOUSE.
owing to the unusual demAnd that we have had for
1113KD & BARTON'S "
And, notwithstanding Hie
lpt. Hint we opened n few
wctks ago, was the large."!
wc have, ever received, wo
Jlndyonrfclvc (ptlto out of
Wo havc-dccldetl to miiko
a lllieinl cHt-eotint to all mir-
.clnirorA of llic goods nnd
. 'ji ' .
GORHAM SILVER WARE
until after Hie Christinas
" Wc hro obliged In order
anew hUpply immediately,
in order to I e prepared lor
thosu weddings which arc
to conio oil' scon.
E. O. HALL & SON'S.
a riNiBmoi,Tu;M or. . . i .. . .
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, 'Sandals, Tiesy &c.
ATA'J , -
THE FINEST SELECTION OP GENTS' SCAEFS,
One in a liox, nil, of whicli nrc ,,, .'
Bmiiiently' Suitable for Christmas Presents
277 A. W. JJIOIIA11DSON & CO. , ,, ,
Received This Day,
SiJL.iXO?i, in. burrclH,
Salmon, in barrels,
Salmon Bellies, in kills,
Barrels Mess Beef,
Barrels 1 M. Pork,
H barrels Flu Pork, - ;
Butter, in kegK nnd kittH,
Butler, in glass jars,
An assortment of Ca.e Goode,
Casks Hams, .
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Cheese, . ,
Cases Codfish, - j , , f , i -i
Cases Dried Apples, -' A '-
CnscH of Tnrkcy nnd Tongue,
Cases Dried Beef,
-Cases SodiiCnickoiK,-- iiil ff
Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
Ca.c Coeoanut Tally Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Cases, Oatmeal, in 10 lh bags,
Cases Corn Meal, in 10 ltf bags.
Cases Split Peas,
Cases and bags. Bed Potatoes, 2d i
Bags Red Beans,
Bags "White Beans,
Golden Gate Holler FlnU'
Cott6n Duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Cotton Haven Duck. Nos. 8, 10, 12.
For sido by
liOLLES & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1882. 277. lw
i. .ii . I m ...... .-i , . . i .. l m l ii -
150 Barrels of Red Salmon
(To arrivodjy Lady Lampson,
"For sale by
277 t . -" CiVBIlEWEK &, CO.
oGAKESI CAKES I-I
von ' i' '
Chrjstmas and New. Year !
For sale of -all dcscrlptionstboth. '
, Slain and Ornamental, ,,
Consisting of Fruit, Pound,
Sponge, Citron, &c, S:c.
1HOII MIJS'CE MI2ArX
Christmas nnd Now Year's
Also, a very largo assortmentof
Fancy Sugar Toys !'
of my own manufacture, and guaranteed
to be free from all poisonous colors,, so
extensively iwcil in tlio manufneturo of
JSTTho largcbt nnd
Pinest Stock of Candies I
consisting of several thousand pounds
of(ny owii'mnnufncture, and guar.
nntccdBlrictly pure, for
bale at s
IP. tiOOR-lVS, iy
Stoam Candy Factory and Bakery, f
Hotel street, (between Fort & Nnuniju)
! I ' ,
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAR IS CLOSING I dc.
sire to say thnt;ll merchants and
storekeepers, will.mid it to their Interest
to patronize mo if outside help is re
quired to adjust nceounts, arrange books,
and general business matters for the new
5r ConimorciBl mnttcrs of qvory dci
crinuon aucnueo to.
. J. E. WISEMAN.
Gencml Business Ag9i)t, ,
201 lm t27 tyvrcliant nKttml,
At : 1 1
,Wo wpuld here rcmnrk
tlint wc ofttn hnyo oc'cnf Ion
to pcnd ppccln) Orders for
times to be marked wlth'a
letter or monogram, wldch
Is done, In hcnutlful Myic.
Any one wishing scts'pf
Forks nnd Spoiiiu, or nny.
thing else, mitrke'd or not
marked, would do well to
leave the order ns soon as
Cnll nnd examine lliesa
1 cnutlful goods before they
nrc all gone. You nil, know
they arc, o be found nt ", ,
The Beaver Saloon
-vow 4 .,
For Smokers. Look n this list :
Tobncco'nntl Cign'rrf iln'cst brnnsd
Tobacco pouches and bo;csi r t
Match boxes. j
G. B, D. briar loot pipes
Cigar nnd Cigaictte Holders
Pipe stems from 2 to 24 inches long
"Wood cigar ami cignrcttc holders
All thqsc are quite new nnd if the finest
278 c . H.JOprE.
. A, Grand Offer!
at my Store, , ,
No. 55 Hotel Street,
the following line goods will I will offer
, for, sale at jqbbcr's prices,
Until tho 28th of thiB month :
80 gold s. w. 'Elgin Walthnm Wntchcs
fiOilverditto ditto- v-
4n,nickledltto ditto, Swiss watches'
20 Gent's solid gold vest chnins
12 Ladles' opera chnins
18 Ladies' and children's neck chnins
50 Solid gold sets pins nnd car.rincs
20 Rolled gold plated ditto dlttfr
Solid gold bracelcrs nnd bangles
80 Prs. Ladles' nnd children's ear-rings
123 GQhUcol tings,.. . w Vl
80 Scarf pins,
A large variety of cyc-glBsses'& bracelets
Chiu, swivels, plated vest chniiwrhnd
charms; children's ribbon aniLc-iff
v pins, ribbon pockets and clnirms;?
Jewclry cases in velvet and plush
Wnlch stands and parlor elocksin plush
and velyct. ' ,.
Mpsi9al clocks nnd boxes,
Farjor, calcndir, dining room, kitchen,
omqe, inKsinnti, plain mut lironr.o
Slilklng, alarm, U-tUyond 10-hour
Saturday Evening, tiec. 30tli,
lio balance of sjock, i)t tjint tlmo.ii, ,
togcthcr Kith, fitom Jlxturcs, safe, ahow
cases, chandelier, nnd lenso of store will
be dlsposcd'bf byMri'Adnms, '
at Ids Sales rqom, Quocjf pt.
iOn,niiuary Jlrd,,I will offer nt privnto
sale, atXo.nu Hotel street, my largo and
well selected stock of Watchmaker's
Tools nnd Stock. The tbols will bo sold
in one lot, and the stock, in ono lot, or,
both togothor. This dfl'er Is'good'for
ono day only.
D. yt. CLAHK.
. Honolulu). Dec 10,1882.
A SPLENDID' Opportunity is
now oflcicd to buv tho Ponu.
wrewuaa (Lpdrfbig UflU0)centiy:
occupied and coitdiictcu by Mrs. White,
nt 12o Fort'strcct. 'Tlio premise'ij contain
litor.0,.17 bedrooms, kiclicn, dining and
bath room. The rooms nre all nicely
furnished nnd in 'perfect , order. For
further pnrticulnrs ni)ply lo present pro.
- Water Notice.
Ofllcc Bup't Wntcr "Works,
Honolulu; July 8, 1882.
nro payablo scml.aunually, in advance,
nt tho olllco of the Supcrjntcndcnt of
Wnter Works, foot Of rfilunnu street,
upon il)o 1st dny of .Tnnunry nnd Jyly-f
eaohfyoarU' JCIIAS'. B.'-WILfeON!J'0
. Sup't Wilier Works.
S. K. Kaai, Mirllstijr pnutcrlo?.' ''Ol
TnhUh i '