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Wednesday, sept. 20, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Onlm Lodge, No. 1 lv. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prnyer fleeting, nt 7 :30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
THE BIG VOLCANO AND THE
The Saturday Press accuses
Mr. Walter Hill" of "going out
of his way to criticise the language
of the Press." It cannot be said
that our contemporary "goes out
of his way," in this instance, to
violate every rule and principle of
respectable journalism and to be
personal, abusive, and vindictive;
because it is the way in which he
has gone all along, notably under
the prescne editorial management,
and this particular instance is only
an imitation of countless others.
Walter Hill was certainly an "em
ployee of the Chronicle" and per
haps "in its worst days." Helms
also, within the last twenty-five
years, been the employee of several
other papers, in different parts of
the world. But he has never yet in
troduced private spleen into a pub
lic print, nor ever written, even ' in
his little way," one word of personal
abuse, either for the Chronicle or
any other paper. He has, however,
on various occasions and through
the medium of various newspapers,
done "his little best" to discount
enance the Chronicle style which is
being so ably imitated by the Satur
day Press. A little article aimed
at this object, supposed to have
been written by the said Walter
Hill, and published in the little
Bulletin, unduly excited the Hi tie,
narrow mind of the pedantic little
gentlemau of the ungcntlcmanly Sat
virday Press, causing a violent
eruption in a fresh place, and com
nletelv smothering the poor little
If true that "inessential gentle
manliness no one connected with
this paper ( Press) has any need to
fear comparison with Mr. Waller
Hill," then so much the, worse for
Walter Hill: his education must
have been sadly neglected. But
"essential gentlemanliness " is
something which the Press is utterly
incapable of comprehending. It
being a question .which requires to
be investigated by means of princi
ples and sentiments totally and in
curably opposed to every mental
conclusion appropriate to" our neigh
bor's sphere, it is a question that he
cannot possibly understand. For the
Press to talk of " essential gentle
manliness " is like a blind man dilat
ing on perspective, or a fish explain
ing the art of walking.
The Press acknowledges that
Walter Hill " has the writers on that
paper at one manifest disadvantage."
There may be other " manifest dis
advantages " not perceptible to those
"writers," but clearly "manifest"
to impartial observers. For instance,
he (the said W. H. again) may have
a better appreciation of common
fairness and a slightly better know
ledge of journalistic etiquette. This
may be all conjecture: it is neces
sary to speak with caution, for
W. H. may bo as ignorant of these
matters as the Press is of "essential
gentlemanliness." Truly, if the
Press " writers " will goto school
again, the little Bulletin will will
ingly contribute five cents a week
out of its own very limited means,
for their instruction in the rudiments
of decent writing. We all have
something to learn ; but, really, Mr.
Editor, you are sadly in arrear.
FRED BOOTHS FUNERAL.
The funeral of Mr. Fred F. Booth
son of the late Joseph Booth took
place from the Bethel Church nt 4
P.M. Sunday last. Promptly at the
hour mentioned the remains were
carried from the hearse to the aisle
of the Church, having been pre
viously brought from the homo of
his mother in Pauoa Valley.
The ltev. Father Damon offlciiitcd,
"and the services were opened by the
singing of "Thy Will be Done,'1
which was beautifully rendered.
After the reading of appropriate
portions of the Scriptures, Father
Damon said to the friends and rela
tives assembled in the church that
"we have come here to mourn over
the loss of a .youth who was born in
this country but who had gone from
this country of his birth and sought
a home in the far distant Arizona,
and where while performing the res
ponsible duties of a school teacher,
he came by his death." lie said he
was personally interested in the boy,
as he had known his parents for
over 30 years that lie had baptized
him, and that he had been a member
of his Sunday school as well also as
of Fort Street Sunday School. lie
had been permitted to examine a iile
of letters to his mother covering se
veral months baok, which breathed a
spirit of manliness and affection and
from all that he could learn from
every source, there was nothing con
nected with his death that left a blot
upon his good character and beha
vior. He expressed his decpes
sympathy for the bereaved mother
who was the chief mourner there.
The services at the church ended,
the remains were again placed in
the hearse and conveyed to Nuuanu
Valley Cemetery followed by a large
concourse of people in carriages and
on foot both natives and foreigners.
After appropriate services at the
grave Father Damon committed the
body "dust to dust ashes to ashes."
A beautiful feature of the funeral
consisted in the fact that the pall
bearers were ten native youths about
the same age as the deceased and
with whom he was raised anil who
requested that they be permitted to
perform this last ollice to their de
parted playmate, the' were aided in
their endeavors by Opunui an old
nurse of the deceased, and to whom
he was very much attached. We
add our sympathies with those ex
pressed to his mother and relatives
residing here and elsewherel
The fchr Ohms Spreekels sailed yes
le d.v for San Frmeitco. She took
24S haps of si gar. 750 bugs of rife and
25 p'ps of junk. Total domestic alue,
$10 648 91.
Schr Kamoi biojght 10JO bags of
s u par
Schr Kekauluohi, hrought Gil .bags of
On Account of a southerly wind yes
tciclay all c sels lcrwng had to be
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session on Monday
Bid. A 'd
Wailuku Sugar Co $ I GO
Wainiaualo Sugar Co 10
llonokaa Sugar Co 100 1
Koloa Sii.ar Co 1330
Grove Eanch Plant. Co 800
Star Mill Co
Pe-iproeity Sueur Oo
Ilalawiv Sugar Co
ILuv'nBjll l'el. Oo 25
tlilo & Haw. Tele. C
Inter Ixlund S. N. Co M0
G p. c. free from Gov't Tax. . . !)0
9 p. c. Haw'n Agr. Co Bonds. 100
20 shares Inter Island S. N. Co. at $140
F. 11. Iticnienschnoider
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Tiikhe is u re-ttlossrcslauraut young
man in town.
The Chinese the iter was open till
12:80 on Saturday night.
Mu. J. G. Clovior, manager of the
Bulletin, has returned to town.
It lias never yet been recorded that
Casper cleared the country by the Han
Mn John Hussell is Buffering from a
sharp attack of Pleurisy and is at pros,
ont confined to his homo in Pauoa Vnl.
Ik an American piper it it stated 11 at
Cipt. Webb's sister, on learning d lit
dentil, became in ane and drowned her:
A horse whipping case took place on
3Iondiy in town when a lady flogged a
mnn who had taken posscsbio i of her
carriage which sho left fur a few mo.
ments while sho entered a btorc.
Tin: natives of Honolulu account for
the recent brilliant sunsets by haying
that u great Chief and chlcfes.s will
shortly die and that Gibson will then lie
King. This is a prophesy of u very old
native. May it not come true 1
Tin; state of tho highway hi front of
His Majesty s and PiiiiW'.ssLiliiiokalaiii's
pioperiicsnt WuiUlkl Is a disgrace to
the Depaituient which has charge of our
roads. Moreover, these Is a hole extend
iiig right across tho roa . at the approach
to the Pam bridge which no springs can
pass over without damage.
Bi:tiu:si.i water on draught nt Pal
tner te Thacher's. 5-5 lm
When the schooner ILilenUula was nt
Pcpcekeo early this month and landing
a li ton boiler, three tidal waves np.
pearcd in succession mid the holler was
lakun with such force by the waves that
it was left high and dry on the Lcaeli.
Fi.oiia C. PicimiMiN, says the San
Francisco Examiner of September 4th,
was a anted a divorce ycstcrd.iy, by
judgj Wilson, fiom lier husband, W. K.
P rrlimin, on the ground of c.trcmo
crueltv. The dlvir el wife, who lm-,
many 'friends in Honolulu, was allowed
$10 per month aliin ny.
Yi:sti:iu).y morning's sunrise was a
.sight not often seen. About live o'clock
the sky was of a most brilliant crimson
nnd It remained so, gradually fading
away, till six o'clock. Unc man luul
fears of volcanoes and earthquakes anil
started to pack up his trunks Intending
to take passage with his wife and family
hi' the Cnlbarlon.
Evehvhody knows Oat on Merchant
St. but cc ybody docs not know that he
has jut receive 1 a veiy large stock of
new goods; people oiwV lo themselves
to go and sip. them. He can supply one
with anything from a icd.iubber stamp
to foolsc.ip or other paper and will order
any hook or magazine published in the
At the Civil Court on Monday n ease
was licaid of considerable general in
terest. Mrs. E'iza Watson sued T. 13.
Walker of the Keystone, Mr. E Preston
appearing for the plaintiff and Mr Ctcil
Brown for the defendant. Mrs. Watson
complained that her husband was fro
quenily drunk in t lie Keystone saloon
and that she had uotilled the barkeepers
not lo serve him with liquor, that .-he
was obliged to get help and food from
her friends nnd to take in vr siring in
ord"r to pay for her rent. Another wit.
ness sta'ed that Wnlon was "a regular
drinker." For the defence the two bar
keepers said they hud r ever seen Wat
son drunk or been icqucited not to
serve him with liquor and that he never
xpent any money but was always
"treated" by others. Judgment was
given for the plaintiff for $100 and rots
$5.75 An appeal to the Supreme Court
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society,
rpriE ANNUAL MEETING of this
i Society will be li 1 1 on
Friday, October 10th,
At 7:C0 p.M.,.nt the H iwaiian h tol.
, By Order, J. S. Weeu,
THE ASSIGNEES' ALE OF THE
Es ate of Lee Chat, erroneously
"Will take place on
Wednesday, October 3d,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Silcsrooni
8t 515 E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
WILLIAM J. BRYSON.
And Sheet Iron Worke-. Tanks
and Co lers made to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
left at It. Moore's Machine Shop, King
street, will he promptly attended to.
rpVO FURNISHED ROOMS, -with a
.JL private family; 10 minutes from
the Post Office. Garden and comfort
able surroundings. Tho rooms are spa
cious and lofty and well ventilated.
Particulars at the Windsor Saloon,
King street. 478
JUST REOE I VED
Imported expressly for
LOUVRE OF BRUSSELS,
Lines ol Brocadod Silks, Linos of Satins and
Slks, Immense Stock of Embroidery,
m italic n Laces, Tablo Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Trims Valises, Satchols,
And Furnishing Goods, White Golds
1 i.p.ots Lico.is, Rll.b in, Perfumery
Gloves, European Jewelry,
Parasols. A lino assortment of
A call will convince the publip that all
prices are very reasonable.
The Louvre of Brussels
Cor. Alakeu and King sts.
TF YOUR IIOHSii IS SIOK or LAME,
. . .,'!r ""' way out of order, call on A
1 BAKER, at C mt. .1. O. CIihusv'h r,i.
coiner ot iiieon cs I'u iclibowj sts
USTUreakiii! liprses to saddle or car.
riage a specialty. Satisfaction guiiran.
teed or no charge 4'iQ ly
. mm sale,
A HARK 1JROWN PONY, THREE
year old, b-nind nnd very gentle.
Abo. a boy's saddle, mule lo order and
nearly now. Apply to W U. Nojilhaui,
Oooko'b building, ijiiecn street, 511 lw
J. M. OAT, Jr., & CO.
Gazette Block, No. 5 Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum Blocks, blank books, inkstands, letter Scale
Mucilago, Copy Books, Pons and Holders, Envelopes, Drawing Paper, Memo
randum Books, Letter Presses, and Invitation Paper, Cartor's Violot and In
doliblo Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Basoballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.'
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WOULD can hu
OBTAINED fiom OAT, or lie wril c id for them.
51(1 lm '
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Homo Made Jewelry, "Watches,
Braoelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND OKNAMENTS OP ALL KINDS.
Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea Sets, In Solid Silver -' '
Suit ible for Presentation.
35T Native Jewelry a Specialty .JgS
Repairing and Mending in all, its Tranches.
The Sole Agent for Kiny's Celebrated Mye Preservers
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST KECJEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a Arc in half the time of nny other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside space than nny other safe We auk Sole
Agents foii tile Ahove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing- Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Zcroscncaud Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on haud and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
JUST RECEIVED, ex " Mariposa,"
(SELECTED BY OUH MK. STOCKLEY) at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's,,
No. OS IToi-t Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, ,
Real EHtutc JBrolcer,
Custom IIoiiho Broker, '"'n
Employment Agent, and
General Business Agent.
Ofllee, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gwa'tte Block. '
By request, I have added to ray business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKTT?
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods throulrh
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community wiUflnd Zde
partment a great source of convenience.
dTThe ONLY reco-nizad Eeal Estate Broker in this Kin&dom.a'
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu nnd tho various Islands. "'
Hoiucs to k-a e and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. Planus.
Uooms to rent, en suito or Bingle, throughout Honolulu
Hooks and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal p'apors of every description
drawn Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside MagaLe and Vi itor I h
18 Chromos; subscription 1.35 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
IuBiimnco Company in. the World.
OTCharges always moderate. b--'pi, t -
TTE HOOJwvlTAIA aku nei ma kcii
-X im pan ko Sing Tong Long, Ping
L-iioii'.' Af.in a ine Aiu noho ana i mm
lain no ka II i o Sun Ol.eong Leong &
Lo. A im Aio.no e law elaue aku ka oiha.
in inahilo 0 kii inoa o Sun Uieong Leong
; Co., ma llcein, Kool.iupr.ko, Oahu.
13? U in tuu a pan i ka hale i oleloia o
pono n hookuaia aku Liu.
511 Sw AlONG.
..3U UiCJIIlUlJU XI H. 1 il.
A I INE LOT OP
Matting: of all Grades
BO'IH WHITE AXD COLORED
For Sale at
182 A. S. OLEGHORN & CO
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Dravman he.st tinmu
Telephone No. U5. 15