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TUKSDAY, JULY 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Kxrelsior Lotljru, I.O.O.F.. 7:.')0.
Bible Class nl Lyceum lit 7:.')0.
A POOR DEFENCE.
It seems to us n pdor defence
sininst charges of iiiisuouduuL or
inaction in public ninth's to bay Hint
one's predecessors have done much
worse in the Mime things, and have
not been held up to public scorn for
it. Because A has doiiu wrong in
the past, unchallenged, is that an
excuse wliv B should do wrong now
and his misdeeds he allowed to
remain unnoticed. An sensible man
will say, surely not.
Yet this is what Mr. Gibson relies
upon, apparently, as a good defence.
For in answer to the charges which
the Gazette has made against him
he says in effect My predecessor
did far worse. Why didn't you
make these charges against him?
We expect to hear a better de
fence than that from Mr. Gibson or
public opinion will ecitainly give a
verdict against him by default.
HAWAMAN- HBMANE SOCrETY.
At the meeting of the above so
ciety last night, the following olllcers
were electen : J. S. Walker, Presi
dent; Major Wodehousc and Mr.
Cruzan, Vice-Presidents; V. God
frey, Secretary; A. V. Cooke, Trea
surer; W. Kinney, Counsel: Mr.
Cruzan and Mr. Kolm, Executive
Committee. 350 members have al
ready joined the society. A Com
mittee was appointed to prepare By
laws and draw up and make impli
cation for a Charter.
Monday, July 23 Drunks; Ka
welo, Puna, Kaliliauianti, Katililiau,
Knalahiwa, Kaleo, Ilaki (w), Poi
kala (w), F. JMcBriht, Kcoliuhu,
forfeited $G bail each; J. S. Sec
man, fined (, and $1 costs, C.
Kcsstlcr and Mauliawa, So, and SI
costs each ; C. Stanley, assault and
battery, lined 85, and SI. 20 costs;
D. Kaliniahana and Keoho, adultery,
(k) lined 830, and SI costs, (w)
15, and SI costs; Keonalukalia,
laiceny, .-cntenced to (J months' im
prisonment at hard labour, and lined
$20, and 1 costs; B. K. Kverson,
disturbing quiet of night, forfeited
$10 bail; Ah Iloka, assault and
battery, forfeited S10 bail.
Stmr Mokolil brought 1,125 bagscf
rice, ami 118 Ikujb of bran.
Sclir Mima brought 1,2-15 bugs sugar.
. Schr F.hukai brought 858 bags paddy.
Stmr Wiiimnnalo hi ought 3C0 bags of
The blitiie Ella sailed yesterday for
, San Francisco. Shu took' 7,483 bags of
sugar, GOO bugs of rice, and -10 bbls of
molasses. Total domestic, valued 57,-
The II. W. Almy is at Urewcrs wharf
The stun C. II. Hishop look a Miip's
long boat, 2(i feet in length, and about
8 feet beam to be used at Nlihnu.
Schr 1'nunlil In ought GUU bgo paddy.
Tnu air is heavy with minimis.
What is going to happen?
A photograph of Krao's mother may
be seen at Jlr. Montauo, the photo
grapher's, on Fort street.
Tin; Definite Opposition aio working
up the ('lections lor the ne.t Lcgihhituru.
They aio also preparing to issue a daily
devoted to their platform.
Tin: Ladies Benevolent Society meets
In Tort Street Church vestry on Thiirn-
day afternoon at il o'clock. In the
evening the usual Social will be held.
TiiKiti: is an idea prevalent that the
police are only too leady to an est Chi.
unincn for gambling, but when it comes
to white men Unit they hold discreetly
Skvejial of our leaders are com.
plaining of the bud condition in which
tliuWulkikl and Pull loiuhsuujut pro
Milt. It is time Unit tome effort was
made (o mend them.
In our yeslei day's fcbtio by, an over,
sight in pioof.rcadlug, in speaking of
the resident physician at Wuinlua the
uaiuu appeal id as Dr. Morhuly, It
chouliJ have been Dr. Mouiitz.
It teems stiango to those outside
olllclal clitics that piiconcrs should he
allowed to woik outside the gaol under
dim go of another pihoncr. It id0
s'Lins slinngetoi Unit lie inciter the
crime the mor.: o'len they me picked as
In mi t.
Oaiic pili oh now boasts of possessing
omoiigH its many other attractions, a
hii'lic r's ihop. It is presided over by
the King lliirher and Ch.implnu of Fuili.
Iohs, J. J. Wllkerion, so that wc need
not speak of the (pta'ity of the work.
The fittings ire est client.
O.vSatuiday last a a native express
man was dilvlng down Fort sticel, the
blt'broku In the horse's mouth and it ran
away. Opposite Mellls' store it came la
contact with the wheel of another ex-
prctx Mimdliig by the side-walk with a
lady Inside and flopped. No damage
Tin: D. U. Murray carried an addi.
tional 2,1(1) lags of sugar, to the 5,038
bags we staled yesterday.
Tun tfii.miiij C urt began its ses
tinns in Bmro yesterday. Their llonois
Chief Justice Judd, and Associate .TusJ
lice Austin occupied the Bench.
Yksiehday nftcrr.oan Jibs Elc Unua
daughter of Mr. & Mm. AUnnavns
christened at the Hawailuii Hotel. The
Ucv.3Il.M.ickililo-li pcrfoumd the ceic
niony. After the eercirnny, the guet
ni down to a Cliristciilng-fcnst during
which the Band plnycil the following
Ma c'l Swedish Wedding.. ..Sodeiman
Ovirtiiic lU'inlnuceucu of Ossian
M noli Tnniihnus-er Wagner
li'iivoiie blcphnnio Cziln.lka
Sole ;t Inn Lohengrin Wagner
Wal z My Friend Gnssner
USEFUL NOTES ON WATER.
O.ic gallon of distilled water weighs
10 pounds, one gallon of sea water
weighs 10.82 pounds, 1.8 cubic feet
of water weighs one hundred weight,
DC cubic feet weigh one ton, equal
to 221 gallons; one cubic foot
contains C gallons. The English
standard, or imperial gallon, is here
referred to. The average daily
consumption of water in towns is 1(5
to 20 gallons per head. In pipes
the square of the diameter in inches
equals pounds weight of water per
yard. Example: An inch pipe
holds nine pounds per yard. One
hundredth inch ot rain is about one
ton weight to the .acre. A nominal
horse power for a boiler requires 1
cubic foot of water per hour.
Circular apertures arc most effective
for discharging water, since they
have less frit tioual surface for the
same area. Uhc vend contractu is
the best form of orifice for discharg
ing water. The ordinary speed to
run a pump is 80 to 100 feet per
minute. The pressure in pounds
per square inch of a column of water
is the height of a column in feet
multiplied by 534, or, for an ap
proximation, J pound pressure per
square inch for eacli foot of height.
Water, in flowing through an aper
ture, has a velocity equal to that
acquired by a heavy body falling
freely from a height equal to the
distance between the centre of the
aperture and the surface of the
water. Doubling the diameter of an
aperture increases the How fourfold.
A man can raise water from a well
ten feet deep at the rate of thirty
gallons per minute. The approxi
mate time occupied in discharging
equal quantities of water under
equal heads through pipes of equal
length varies from 80 for a straight
line, 200 for a- curve to 210 for a
right angle. Manufacturer and
A FEVERISH APPEAL.
" Gentlemen of the jury!" ex
claimed a Western lawyer, summing
up a cow case, "you have heard the
testimony of 1113' client, and you
have heard the evidence of this red
handed railroad. Now, gentlemen,
which do you believe 'i Do j'ou be
lieve that my client's cow walked on
the defendant's track and allowed
him to run o"er her, and with no
other motive than to be run over?
Do you believe that any cow is
going to do such a thing as that
while a Immune government stands
ready to protect us and our rights?
Do you believe that a cow brought
up in this country us this cow was,
with every facility for knowing the
character of this bloody-minded rail
road, its locks dripping with the
goro of your properly and mine,
gentlemen, will wilfully go upon its
reeking track and stand there while
0110 of this defendant's carnage
stained engines rushes upon her
with its mouth watering for warm
blood? I tell you no, gentlemen,
you will not! As well ask you to
believe that a Mulling Jehovah looks
down approvingly' and bids the
work proceed while this gore-slnincd
railioaa rushed headlong 141011 the
dearest rights of man and clutters
up the very gate of sweet heaven
with the boneH and pelts of the best
cows that ever straddled a milk
The jury 11'cru unanimously for
the plaintiff. Drcd'o't Traveler's
(SpuOnl tor the Dnllv Uiillclln.)
Lord Derby, in his new capacity
of Secretary for the Colonies, has
been interviewed by a deputation
from the missionary committee of
this Free Church of Scotland ancnt
the affairs of the new Hebrides, the
object of the church being that the
natives should be protected from the
dangers which threaten them from
the abuses of the labour tralllc on
the one hand, and'the possibility of
being annexed to New Caledonia by
the French on the other. The resolu
tion submitted to him set forth the
want of a settled-Government 111 the
group of islands, and concluded by
praying " that her Majesty's Govern
ment will take such steps as the
proximity of the Crown colony of
Fiji makes easy and natural for
pci'inaneutly establishing British pro
tection nnd British justice in the
islands." This was a plain enough
request, but Lord Derby affected
not to see it. lie spoke coldly and
wisely on every aspect of the
question, and ended by coming to
no conclusion at all. Lord Granville
was present, and Lord Derby hinted
that the question belonged to his de
partment, but the hint was not taken,
and when the Secretary for Foicign
Affairs opened his lips he changed
the subject. Lord Derby asked if
annexation or a formal piotcclorate
was suggested, and Sir Fowell Bux
ton thought it was not. There was
. cowardice all round. Lord Derby
is somehow terribly afraid of giving
offeucc to France, and would not on
any account take up the right side
of a question if ho thought that the
French were going to take up the
wrong side. Lord Granville had
more back-bone, and although lie
said nothing, it is quite like y that
lit will do something. It is a point
in his favor that he did not say
"d'tto" .to Lord Derby, who is in
capable of doing anything, and has
no other policy than that of leaving
flings alone. He would never
dream of asking what the wishes of
the inhabitants of the islands were
in respect to1 their own destiny.
Theic arc other colonics than Fiji
in the neighborhood, and what do
tli3y think of the matter?
In Honolulu, July 18th, by Rev. 8. C.
Damon V D.,l. 1). Tucker, of Hono
lulu, to Clinic Fanning, of Santa Kosa,
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAM3
Wednesday, July 25, 1883,
At 10 a.m.,
At the Residence of Mr. C. Moltcno,
will be told the
II indsomc Parlor Set, in silk,
U. W. marble lop Bedroom Sut, complete
Piinia Vera marble top Uedroom Set,
Handsome brii!t.cls Carpet,
3 Large Plate Glass Mirrors,
Hair Mattresses. Feather Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Book Ituek,
Extension Dining Table,
China and Croekeryware,
Cut Glass Ware,
Domestic Sewing Machine,
Cook Stove, Kitchen Furniture,
Pictures, &c, i!cc.
E. P. Auuits, Auctioneer.
A OAUD TO 1JIB PUBLIC.
R. MAX KOHM
Begs to intimate to his friends and the
public generally, that ho is now pre.
pared to execute orders for
Plain and Decorative
Painting cS; Paperlumging,
In the best and nuwcit styles.
Orders may be left at his residence.
No OU Hotel street, or by letter ai P. O
Box, No. 411. 401 ly
IF the gentleman who dropped a par
cel while assisting a ladv out of a
wagon on Fort btreet about 4 o'clock 011
Saturday afternoon, will call at A. M.
Mellls1, ho will receive It. 401 It
TVfOTIOK Is hereby given to all per-i-1
sons ihat on the :i(Jfli day of July,
A. I). 188.1, a meeting of the stockholders
of E. O. Hall & Son (limited) was held
in Honolulu; thatat suld meeting It was
voted by suld owimrs to accept 11 charter
of corporation, granted to them and
thcll" Ubsooiates iintl succesBors, under
the corporate mime and stylo of E. O.
Hull & Hon (limited), on the 10th day ot
July, A. I). 1883; and that the corporation
under said charter thereupon organized
tbcinfeclVes, and elected the following
named olllcers of the company, viz.
Win. W. Hull. President and Manager:
L. (;. Alilf.j i..i-.ini'i- imi 'r. ..,,..,...
P. C. Jones, Jr., Auditor; E. O. Hall
aim ui'o. r uowo, J'lrcetors.
Notice la further given that, purt-unnl
to the teiins of said chnrtir, no Mock,
holder shall individually ho liable for
the debts of the corporation beyond the
amount which Mini! he due upon the
share or hIictim ludil ornunr.il In- 1. 1 ...
401 St L. C. ABLES. Bweroturv.
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DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BUUIHH OF MEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Hunches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to p.uturo lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of oVery description at lowest market rates.
HIcc Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Bice and Sugar Mills; '
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
. 'V - t
JNew Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Will Keep Open
HIS NEW GOODS
For Public Inspection,
For a Few Days Longer !
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c.f
Manufacture! with all the latest inip'roveniciits."
ISlnclCHiuliniiis fc AVoocl-voilc done of every U.eorlitlou.
Having the iii:st mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and tetter than any other firm in this city.
New work and Kcpairing done will, complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
JOSEPH E. WBSEftflAfta,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
OQlee, 27 Merchant street,
The only recognized Heal
Laud and property for sale in all purls of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Homes to base and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Kooms to rent, cmsuitc or single, throughout Honolulu.
Hooks and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fircsido Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription 1.23 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
"Charges always moderate. "Telephone No. 172.
-"rrT r 'i 11 itt -t 11111 irni 11 1 . ""
LOW PRICES MUST RULE.
ItarguinM ! JSurfrnin-4 ! ItiugnlnH t 1
At the Great American Clothing House
As we need room, we are now offering one of the finest. Iargjst and hmt-select
ed stocks of Men's, Youth's, Boy's ind Children's Clothing at ridiculously Jotv
350 Gent's Complete Business Suits, at $10, worth $16,50, '
Spring Cheviot Suits, in all styles, at $15, worth $s0.
A large assnrtmciit of the latest htyle of Scotch Tweed Suits.- at $18 'worth ft"1;
Very line French Worsted Suits, in larjo variety, at reduced prices
Gent's Dark Worsted Diagonal Suits, from $10 up. P
An immense assortment of Blue Flannel Suits, from 10 up.
Very fine Yacht Cloth Suits, in all shndos and prices. t
The latest style In Gent's Dress Suits constantly 011 hand.
Gent's Lightweight Over-coats, at low prices. ,
Great Reduotion in our Boy's Clothing-Department.
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, at 1.75: worth 2.50.
ttcnt'M FuriiiNliimg Department Hai-gntitM
Gent's White Shirts, from I.S5 up; (lac Percale Shirts, latest stylos, 1.?5 uw.
loO dozen extra heavy British Hose, at 25 cents a pair. ' P
(JO docn Fancy Ho-se, in all colors, at 20 cents u pair.
75 dozen Fancy Hose, nt YiV, cents a pair.
05 dozen patent Gossamer Mlrlno Unilerahlrtv full llulshed. ut Si- worth fti nn
Latest Novelties in Gent's Neckwear, at loiv prices.. mi,uu, Ul J' florl ,"j0-
Hat DepartmentGrout Bargains.
The latest styles constantly oa liiinil. French Panama Hats at 1 Whlfn
Mackinaw Hats at $l. Cheapest value in town. ByBuycn in bcureli or tl.T 1, 5
m.ali.les, h.t,;.,t styles, and lowest price,, who do nf ca Ku 1, &urS.ft,K
elsewhere will sooner or later discover thut they have MISSED IT BADLY
''" am S, COHN & Co. Great American Clothing House
Ney Styles in Jewelry, Am. Waltham Watches, all styles,
4ol Solid SllvurWiiri. in.,,-.!!.!.,.. ,i... -... ' ' rJvwJ
1 l)Msi M
HAS JUST BECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, lion, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Kims, .
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of tho best quality,
1 Sold at the lowest prices.
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
Estate Broker in the Kinirdnm.
Bugs to notify Ids customers and public of Honolulu
and the Islands generally, '
'Xlizit lie i Ready TVpv
as iiver to supply their needs in
WATOHMS ..TST XI3W1DLXY,
and, having engaged u Competent AssMuut fiom tl.o
btulos, is able to attend to uay amciiiit of
M'atcliniaklliL' mid licnulrlmr.
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