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SATURDAY. SEPT. 22, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DQINCS.
Gymnasium Exorcises for Ladies
ami Children from J) to 11.
G. A. IL, Ciimp Eire, nl Dr.
Trousseau's, WnUiki, from 1) to -1.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:00.
Lyons & Levey's auction sale at
.S iMiiguin's store on King street, at
llethel Sunday School, at I) : 15.
Fort St. Church S. S. at, J -A5.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Hethcl, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Key. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Uiblc Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 0:15
Fort St. Church, Kev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
Funeral of late F. P. Booth, at
he Beth el, -1 o'clock.
An article in the last issue of our
contemporary, the G'azctte, treating
of Usages in coiistitulionully gov
erned countries, contains a mixture
of truth and misrepresentation, and
draws erroneous conclusions fioin
partially stated premises.
That " mutual coniidence between
rulers and people is the keystone of
the national edilice " in all constitu
tionally governed countries, that "in
the United States and also in the
lesaer Kepublics Of the New Worl.l
this is recognized and acted upon,"
and that " in the Eastern Hemi
sphere the same rule is obocivetl,
m.tabty in Great Britain, France anil
Belgium," are assertions in per. cot
hauiiuuy witii reiognized tititu But
that "in all the.e couutiies the en
trance or tuo ixitof a minister or a
uiiiiibtry is anticipated, discussed,
and most proluniy decided by ueei
ventilated pub.io opinion," is a staie
uii.ut which does not &o strictly ac
cord, with lacts. Wiiiun tuc laoi
quarter ol a century suuie niiiii&lero,
u hol iniuialiieo, in j-oine ot tue
countries nauieU, nave bulh maoe
their "entrance" into ana tneir
' exit " liom cabinet positions,
without bting "antieipaieit " or
"uiscussed " or " decnieii by freely
ventilated public opinion."
No one Hemes tiniL Loid Pahneis
ton .ind his culleayues ivsigiieii ai
Hie tune ami lor tue rcaouiia indi
cated Oy our contemporary, nor una
Mr. Disiueli anil hia caOinei did i.
s .me tiling at a auoseqiiout pcuou.
.out wuy uni liiey r.sigu .' llic
irnZi-Mo teils iio that Paliiuistou was
Luluccd to do so by an "adverse
Vuie " in l-'aru.iiieui, and that Dis
ravli's re.-igiiiuiou rusinieu iroin liun
iug uiiiiseli ' in opposition 10 puolic
Ojjiinoii." But how dlU uisiae.l dis
own er that he was in " oppusuion to
public opinion f" Did lie learn it
I rum the London 1 unco, or tue
Uatli j uteiiUjHt, or the fall Jlmt
Gazcttt, or lroui any oilier public
journal i Ur as he uoiiviuccu oi a
by talk among private ciuzens anu
at the street corner, 'i llow does
any liritisli premier or cabinet ascer
tain tiiaL no or tiiey are not in ac
cord .with " puohc opinion '"'
Either by an adverse vote in xJurlia
nielli or oy an advusc vote at llie
elections. An Lugiisu ministry le
sions when uiiL-vuixd in tue iiouae,
or wiien. having appealed to ihe
country, tue elections leave them in
a minority. These are tuc ouly re
cognized channels through which
puohc opinion decides tue late ui
cabinets in Great Britain and hci
colonies. This is their constitutional
method ol doing tilings, but we luuo
a dilfereiit eoiistuutiou and a diiler
Tue Guzttte is constantly con
tending lor constitutional govern
incut ami pi.-ij-ciuiUiy citing tuat oi
England as u model lor Hawaii, jiuu
at the same time uciiintitliug the re
signation or dismissal oi Mr. Gib
bon's ministry, un MJi4iu.iicuudticif
Liu nut truuiula. Wnereas no ad
verso vole ot the Legislature, nor o
the general elections, has, as yet,
deciiud that Mr. Gibson ami his coi
leagues are " m o,ipoitiouto public
opinion," In fact, tue course ad
vocated by the oazclle does not ca
actly dovetail with its model con
stitution. The case m 13' be briefly stated
thus: Tliit English constitution re
quires uiinisiers 10 resign when in a
minority in Parliament: the Lfazvth
says let us do things in the English
constitutional way; therefore, le.
our government, go out w ithutit an,
expiession of opinion by our Parlia
ment. Venerable Father, we admire youi
out-spokenness ami your persever
ance, but we cannot commend you.
consistency. If you would htm
,k Sonny" grow up in the way he
should go you must set hefore him a
iictter example. The little fel.ow i&
not now so yniuif! and simple as to
think that father is the greatest and
best nml most perfect of men. In
deed, he ha9 become so presumptu
ous ns to suggest, that you may be
indebted to Alum Muter l'orclast-ics
and mathematics, but for the process
of logical reasoning yon owe her
FIRST SERIES, LET 1 ER NO. I.
' About His Wilo.
Editok Bulletin: With your
kind permi sion and valuable as is
tauce I will make known to the pub
lic a sirievance of which I have been
the victim for the past twelve months
without any prefatory remarks, I
inii-t tell you that my name is JsE
GUS, and that honorable and aris
tocratic name is enrolled in the ar
chives of a certain ecclesiasti- til
edilice since 1 took unto myself a
wife. This female liend has never
crossed my vision since September
1882, but now, lo ami behold, I t-ce
he. name, or more properly speak
ing, my name with her handle to it
figuring befoie the public "on the
This wretch, under the disguise
of a woman, is a traitor and a vil
lain and having failed to find another
dupe like myself, is now espousing
the cause of "His Majesty's royal
dignity and s-ivcivign position" with
the hope of obtaining a "permanent
settlement" in Polynesian Hawaii .a
Chi istinas Island with little to do
and plenty to take. As she makes
reference to "a barroom wrangle,"
I naturally infer she must have
gained the confidence of some eaves
dropper who drinks, but nccr
shouts. It i true, as she says, that
"politics bring together strange bed
fellows!" but I pity the man who
takes Mrs. Xogu- under the shelter
of his roof, I feel Mr. Editor, that I
must come out llat-fooUd and show
her up in her true light, and I warn
the public lo keep their hands off
Mrs. Negus, :ls I consider it my spe
cial prerogative and privilege to in
flict on her the chastisement she so
I see you have discoveied her
infirmity and that she is a lunatic
who, at intervals, breaks out into
violent attacks, and, being fairly
well edicaled, starts writing to the
papers. "Well she wrote from San
Francisco some weeks ajjo and then
broke out into one of her paroxysms
and got hauled up. She isn't a bad
old sort when she's quiet but you can
never rely upon her for a (lay at a
time. When you think that every
thing is going along smoothly and all
right you find she, has been up to
sjine quiet move on her own account.
No, you can't trust her worth a cent.
Sh.- gets plenty of money but I'm
hanged il I know where it comes
from ; she puts it into wool (on her
back) and says she has a large
family of little out-cast l.oodlums
that she gives it to. All that yarn
about her baby too. Why she ain't
got a baby of her own and never had,
not that I know of anyhow. Her
craze, when she gets off her chump,
is all about politics. Now she knows
as much about politics as 1. cow in a
tan-yard. I'll just give you a few
She begins by saying that some
folks want to "'belittle and degrade
Our King," now there is not one
person in this kingdom that wants to
do so, but she herself is doing it by
her every day actions. It is not only
the independent press here that says
so, but take any American papers,
leaving out the Chronicle, and you
will find that they all think there is
something rotten in Hawaii. The
h'xitmiicr said (which by the way
you didn't publish; that the King was
.1 puppet in the old woman's hands,
and not "of a bar-room wrangle."
Von see that she can only drinlt tea,
iika ail old women, and she don't
think that a gooil Mid' does a man
good and kind of braces him up.
Now if that Kussian envoy chap
were to present his diamonds at
Cunhu's, you bet he'd hear more
solemn truth about the country and
receive a jollier welcome than he
would at the old
Because a man lakes a nip can't ho
be a good churchman ? Why Iv'e
known many a parson, and good ones
too, who like, and are not ashamed to
own it, a good glass of beer or a hot
toddy. What would His Majesty
say if he knew that it was published
abroad that among other things, t the
old lady was "teaching him how to
lose a kingdom." Shu brings his
name into these discussions if ie
didn't then 1 wouldn't disgrace His
Majesty by mentioning him in con
.iijctio.i wit.i "bar-room wrangles."
It's "pelf and self" that bring her
111 close contact with business men.
t'he financial gale hasn't begun yet.
llow is she going to carry on 'next
year without any taxes. Thet ex
penses will be extra heavy. What is
the character of the old lady's npi
iiion? It is the gossip of n lnullli..
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS -Hktiiesda
water on draught nt Pal
mer & Timelier'. 5P lm
His Excellency Hie Governor was out
ag.dii yesterday and loo ,s as well us
Wantki 0111 1 o iiia! mem' era for
tho Boir-io 1 m 11 ignition. 2so work,
" Ovk t ousin I Si micirV and "Vei
tobratuo or Mollu kV will ho Mr. Cm
ztm's tl.cmu.s Sit (In .
A bnsn-l all practice match will bu
played tills afternoon but we numbers
of the 0 -canto and Vt 111 'tu .
'a t culaiis of the YouiiK People's
Christian T inpcrancu Union are given
hi to-ilin's upplemcnt.
Orncints Marcos mid Tell hive been
succeftil in ;ip urlim a rhhuuiun
wltn opium in bis possession.
Suoau, To ir ami poultry sold for
goo I 1 rices on Thursday, 'l'lii-i was an
exception to the week's dulncsd in busi
The funeral of the late Fred P. Booth
will take place, Iroin the bethel, to
morrow alternoon at foui o'clock.
An account of t e attae upon a
captain and Government agent appears
in ihe supplement, and makes one pity
poor Tripp mid i larkc.
Tiik " i ' u.e i.u.-iug a subsciip
. ion to pmcliusu a mustur;l-spnm tor
ue at Nolte's double-table In plute of
the well worn stick.
At the Police Court yesterday Akni
for p ss imr opium, w-.i remanded to
2(Jth Inst., Mr. lbissull app ared for the
dclcud.int' Six dollars e.ieli, was the
sum that two drunkards had to pay.
'J HE e are complaints on all sides
th it 1 usluess, both wholesale and re
tail, ha been vory dull for the past few
weeks ; eveli huckaien eo up ain and
some h ive ben obliged to turu out
their h rses.
Th G. A. R. l.o ,1 a cimp lire 11 1 Di.
Trou-.se.iii'-. rcsi lence at vV.iikiki, from
o 4 o'eloek o- ay, in coinnumoratioii
of the orgaui'.ut ori of the Pm,. A bus
will have he second bridge at 10
o'clock o convey the committee mm
their invited guests to the gro.iud .
At midnight on Thursday a lire was
dii-covered.aijKanephe plantation in one
f the trash houses which was quieklv
binned to the ground. ihe flames
.-plead 10 the two . djoining trash
nouses which were also destroyed with
their contents. The manager. Mr.
Rose, wis powerless to subdue the lire
Which, while con-anning such iutlamuia
lile material, burned mo-t tieroely. The
loss of the trash to th plantation may
prove a serious ineo .venienee.
Haw.tiiaa Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction oi' Rates.
FROM, AM) AFTER SEPT. 30. 1SSJ,
ihe teli'i.htii'j.-. of this Company
within ihe distnet f Honolulu, will be
rented tit the following retluxed rates,
For places of 1 u inis, $1 per month
For private residences 4 per 111011 h.
ay.tble qunrteih in tad mice.
518 lm J. K. Baowx Secietnry.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
The nnriei-rsiirrii'fl liivino-
ffefenin.le alteration, additions,
IIMIU llllfJ UTUIIIUllll III UI
is now prepared to give
The Highest Cash Value
lor any quantity of
And will f irnish containers for the sum
free of cost to any one who may desire.
T1IOS. W. RAWLIXS,
Ho lolulu Soap Works.
Ofllco in Brick Build ng,
King street, Leleo. 483 1m
Imported eprcstly for
LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS,
Linos ol BrociuJod Silks. Lines ol Satins and
Slks, Immonso Slock of Embroidory,
' REAL LACES,
I mltation Laces, Tablo Lfnons, Napkins,
Towels, Trims Vallsos, Salchels,
A ml Funds) ing Goods, "White Gordf
Flq ei, Iwons, Ril.bnnp. I'erfumciy
Glows. European Jewelry,
Pmusolb. Aline iiFboriment of
A call will convince tl e public that all
prices are vny rriifaoiialiie
The Louvre of Brussels,
CO") 2w Cor. Alaken mid King sU.
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
In town. Telepii'jue So. 05, 15
J' Oil T S T R E E T.
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Home Made Jewelry, Watohos, ' '
Bracelets, Necklets, Fins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND OKNAME.sTfc OF ALb KINDS.
Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea Sots, In Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation. tf t ,
1-3T N.i ive Jewelry a Specialty JE
Repairing and Mending in all Its brunches. ,,.
The Sole Ayent for Kilty's Celebrated Eye Preserver
; , . -AND1
DILLINGHAM & GO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
Gi.nrmitcecl to put oat twice as large a. flie in half the time of any other mnchinc.
It does not get oat of order, and is always ready for u-c.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Sloic .-ljoiild have one.
Maguoso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With lurgei percentage, of iiide space than any other safe Wii Am: Soi.k
AOKMB toil Till. AlaOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Neiting, Kite Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Wintlwills, Tanks,
Kerosenejmd Lihricating Oils n specialty. A good Mock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Kew Goods
' .!' )
DILLINGHAM & CO.
.J liMi I'' 4 f
.JUST RECEIVED, ex " AXiirlposn,"
(SELKlTi:U UY OUH Mil. STOCKI.r.Y) at
A. W. EICHARDSON & Co's.,
IS'o. OS ITavL Street.
XCeal IDstute JSrolcei-,
CuHtom IIoiiHe Broker, ( c
EniployineuL -A-pront, and
General Business A.jjent
Ofilce, 27 .Merchant s-trect, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM H JUSE BItOKER
and will hereafter attend to m..king entries at the Custom House of goods through
I ower of Attorney from m.-rcliants. Our business community will find this" do
paitment a great source of convenience.
CS'-Tho ONLY recognized Real E3tat3 Broker in this Kingdom.-!
band and propel ty for Haiti In all parU of Honolulu and the various Islands. I
Homes 10 loae and rent iu Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Account kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Victor, with
18 Chroinos; subscription $1.25 per year. A j;cnt for the Best Life
Insurnnce Company iu the World.
earOlmrges always moderate. Telephone IJo. 172. .
Ainnuructurcu with all the latest improvements.
UluolcBmltliliiK fc AVootlvorlc done or overy !lcBorlptlcm
Having tho bestJmkcsic8 I am enabled to do work
Cheaper mid better than any other Arm in this city.
New work and Repairing done will, complete satisfaction, or 110 charge made
linrk lale of Auglcucn.
NEITHER the C plain nor the un.
de signed will bu responsible for
any doliH contracted by tho crow of tho
above named vessel without their writ
ten order. 'G, W. Mackaiu.ane & Co.
Consignees of bark Angle-ea. COI
WILL SELL CIEA or ochame
for a bio k, an opo 1 hiieg , go ul
as new. Apply S'.'O Fort street, w
005 tf WIN HSO U RESTAUR A NT.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the.lowcst prices.
Wagons, &c.f &c,
A PINE LOT OF
Matting of all Grades
BO ill WHITE AND COLORED
For Sale at
'83 A. S, CLEOHORN & CO
Notice. s '
CAIT.VIN J . MEUTHENH haa
hien nppo me 1 neut of tlio'iliu
wuinn II m mo .-o ie:y."
Johns. Walk tit, President
Honolulu, Sept. 15th, 1883. 50 8