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A TRAINED POLICE. '
KiiiTou Hi'MXTis: It Is a com- !
inon tiling to sue In the newspapers
complaints against the police. Oc- j
caslonally they arc accused of ovcr
slepi)ing tlicir authority ; but more
frequently of neglecting their iluty.
These accusations may ho true nr
false, they may be deserved or
unjust, for anytliing that 1 know.
But it is manifestly unfair to expect
that the material available here for
police pin poses should lie equal to
malciinl available in older and more
advanced countries for similar pur
poses. Nor is it fair to expect from
a force of untrained men the same
exact and complete fulfilment of
duty as can be reasonably demanded
of a trained force. Our police are
not specially fitted for the discharge
of their functions by a course of in
struction and training, and until
they arc it is unreasonable to look
for a very high state of elllcicncy.
Training for policemen is just as
requisite as training for soldiers. A
few disciplined soldiers are better
than many raw recruits, and a small
force of well trained police is better
than a large force of untrained men.
This appears to me to bo the weakest
part of our police arrangements
lack of fitness for their work through
lack of training. It also seems to
me a deficiency that could be sup
plied with little diillculty and little
money. It should not be an impos
sible or a difficult matter to secure
the services ot a competent in
structor and trainer. Anyhow, 1
beg permission to offer the sugges
tion through your columns.
One of the Pnori.r,.
A LAND QUESTION.
EoiTOii Mra.KTi.v: I, in common
with many others, appreciate your
efforts in advocacy of settlement of
the country by Miiall land-holders..
The tendency of the wealthy in older
countries than this to grab the lands
and hold them for speculative pur
poses is in a measure manifest here ;
and this tendency has been to some
extent encouraged by legislation ;
for what other interpretation can be
made of the law which compels the
Government to submit public lands
to auction, handing them over to the
highest bidder? Most monopolies
arc bad for the people, but none so
bad as land monopoly. This is
being felt in old England : the peo
ple there are beginning to evince
dissatisfaction, and the lime is not
far distant when tlicir God-given
rights will compel the recognition of
Government. The United States,
with its vast territory, is showing
symptoms of alarm at the growth of
the same evil. Some of the Aus
tralian colonies, notwithstanding
iheir hparseness of population in
comparison with extent of country,
have already uttered a strong protest
against laud monopoly and adopted
legislation to check its increase.
Airy and every country whose sup
port is derived mainly from agricul
ture docs well to guard against its
agricultural areas getting into the
hands of the wealthy, to be held
merely for speculative purposes.
To give the laboring classes every
encouragement and all possible as
sistance to settle on the waste lands
of the kingdom and develop their
latent resources seems to me the
proper policy for the Hawaiian
Government to pursue.
Head are of different shapes and
sizes, 'lhey arc lull of notions,
Large heads do not always hold the
most. .Some people can tell just
what u person is by the shape of his
head. High lioads are the best kind.
Ver' knowing people tiro called long
headed. A man that won't stop for
anytliing or anybody is called hot
headed. If he isn't quite so bright
they call him soft headed. If lie
won't be coaxed or turned they call
him pig headed. Animals have
largo heads. The heads of fools
slant back. Our heads arc covered
with hair, except bald heads. There
are barrel heady, heads of sermons
and some ministers used to have
fifteen heads to one sermon ; pin
heads, heads of cattle, as the farmer
calls his cows and oxen ; head winds,
drum-heads, cabbage-heads, at log-
ger-heads, come to u head, like a
boil, heads of chapters, head him
off, head of the family, and go
ahead but first, be sure you are
" I wonder what gives her such
a glorious voice," murmured Kthel,
as l'atti bowed off the stage, and the
roof rose and fell with the violence
of the applause.
" Because," whispered Culhbcrt
in her shell-like car, " because, like
Cleopatra, she has been drinking
And Ethel was so shocked that
she ate tip every one of the caramels
without offering Cuthbcrt a solitary
bite. Rockland Courier.
The divining-rod lias been brought
into requisition again for the dis
covery of springs, and with perfect
success (says an English paper dated
May 20). The Avonmouth Dock
Company have understood that if
good water could be supplied si Com
pany would establish works for the
manufacture of sugar from maize.
A search was instituted ; a Mr. Law
rence undertook it. lie held the
ends of a piece of spring steel, bent
to the shape of a horseshoe, his
elbows being pressed closely to his
sides. Walking across the Held the
steel became agitated at a certain
place, and twisted itself into rings,
one of which cut his lingers severely.
A boring on the spot lias resulted in
the discovery, at the depth of 107
feet, of a spring which Hows at the
rate of 10,000 gallons an hour.
When John Brown first entered
the service of Prince Albert, the
little princesses, bearing tlicir father
nddicss him as "Brown," used the
same form in sneaking to him. The
Queen corrected them, and they all
.addressed him as "Mr. Brown," ex
cepting the Princess Louise, who,
imperious in childhood, persisted in
her right to use the name as her
father did. One morning the Queen
heard her and informed her that if
she again addressed MY. Brown -without
a handle to his name she would
be sent to bed. The next day when
Brown appeared the future Mar
chioness said: "Good morning,
Brown," and then she added:
"Good night, Brown, for I am
goingtobed." Manchester Courier;
Experiments have lately been
made "by the French Government
with a new kind of siege gun of pro
digious power. It is described as
made of steel and nearly thirty feet
long, and the tube is strengthened
with ten coils of plated steel wire
one millimeter, or .03!) inch in dia
meter. The composition is such
that the cannon, after a few dis
charges, becomes elongated by three
millimeters. The weight of the gun
is 50 tons, and it projects a shell
weighing 297 pounds, capable of
penetrating armor plates nearly C
inches thick at a range of lh miles.
According to the Mueller Zcituiig,
it is poor economy to leave the bran
and other impurities in the flour, and
the notion about black bread being
cheaper than white is simply a fic
tion. One of the best chemists of
Austria, Dr. Max Kcubencr, states
that, independent of its better taste,
the white bread is more economical
than the black, because a larger
portion of it is digested ; in other
words a smaller quantity of white
bread is needed agaiust a larger
-quantity of black bread, to satisfy
the demands of the body.
If vou go into a dwelling and be
hold order and neatness and taste in
arrangement, you sec the disposition
of the tenants indicated by these
material things. If you see un
clcanlincss, untidiness, and disorder,
you do not simply sec filth and a
want or order you see a mind that
is not painted by disorder and uu
cleanliness. If you see beauty and
attractiveness, you do not see these
alone, but through these you perceive
the mind that arranged tlieni.
Pride often miscalculates, and
more often misconceives. Tho proud
man places himself at a distance from
other men. Seen through that dis
tance, others perhaps appear little to
him : but he forgets that this very
distance causes him to appear equally
little to others.
Fame, as a river, is narrowest
where it is bred, and broadest afar
off; so exemplary writers depend
not upon the gratitude of the world.
The average size of the American
family is 5.01. The decimal proba
bly represents the dude, but the
statisticians have got it rather large.
Applicant "I would like to obtain
a position with you as cashier."
Merchant "1 don't want to keep a
cashier. I prefer to keep the cash
here." Texas Sf tings.
A cologne firm has caused the ar
rest of a man who has been imitating
their goods. Of course the man
had no right to make a counterfeit
scent. Yankcrs Statesman.
Beware how you allow words to
pass for more than they are worth,
and bear in mind what alteration is
sometimes produced in tlicir current
value by the course of time.
True wealth consists in health,
vigor and courage, domestio quiet,
concord, public liberty, plenty of all
that is necessary,
niul contempt oi
all that is superfluous
'IVi lu lini-mv flin nnusinn milKf. Ill'
cheerful and gay, not gloomy ami
; ii propensity to hope
and joy is real riches ; one to fear
and sorrow, real poverty.
A SKILFUL SURCIGAL OPERATION.
Tim American Ambassador nl Vicuna,
Mr. Iiison, hn lately foruiitdcd to his
Government nn Interesting account of a
rcmnrkiihla surcle.1l operation lntuly
pcrfoimcd by Professor Ulllinth, o'f
Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, eon.
slsted in the removal of a portion
ot tho huiuiin Htnmnch, Involving
nearly one-third nf the organ and.
strange to say, the patient lccovercd
the only successful operation of the
kind ever performed. The disease for
which this operation was performed
was cancer of the stomach, attended with
the following symptoms: The appetite
Is quite poor. There is a peculiar hides
cribablo distress In the stonvich, a feel,
lug that baa been described as a faint
"tilt ffouc" sensation; a sticky sllino col
lects about the teeth, especially In tho
morning, accompanied by an unpleasant
taste. Pood fails to satisfy this peculiar
faint sensation; but, on tlic contrarv, It
nppcars to aggravate the feeling. The
ejos are ftinken, tinged with yellow; tho
bunds and feet become cold and sticky
a cold pcrsphalion. The sufferers leel
tired nil the lime, and bleep docs not
s,ccin to give rest. After a time the pa.
licnt becomes nervous and Irritable,
gloomy, his mind tilled with evil fore,
boilings. "When rising suddenly from
a recumbent position there is a dizziness,
a whlstlliiK sensation, and ho Is obliged
to grasp something linn to keep fioin
falling. The bowels costive, the skin
dry and hot nt times; tho blood becom
ing thick and stagnant, and does. not
circulate properly. After 11 time" the
patient spits up food soon after eating,
sometimes in a sour and fermented con
dltion, sometimes sweetish to the tnsto.
Oftentimes theic is a palpitation of the
heart, and the patient feais he may have
heart disease. Towards tbo last the
patient is unable to retain any food
whatever, us tbo opening in tho lutes,
tines becomes closed, or nearly so. Al.
though this disease is indeed alarming,
sufferers with the above named symp
toms should not feel nervous, for nine
hundred and ninety-nine cases out of 11
thousand have no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, a disease easily removed if
liea ted in a proper manner. The safest
and best lemcdy for tho disease is
Seigel's Curative Syrup, a vegetable pre.
paration,soiii ny an cnemisis ami meui
cine vendors throughout the world, nnd
by the proprietors, A. J. White (Limit
ed), 17, Farrlngdon-ioad, London, E. C.
This Syrup strikes at the very founda
tion of the disease, and drives it, root
and branch, out ef the system.
St. Mary.slrcot, l'clcrboiough,
November, 20th, 1SS1.
Sir, It gives me great pleasure to in
form you of tbo benefit I have received
from Seigel's Syrup. 1 have been troub
led for years with dyspepsia; but after
a few doses of the syrup, I found relief,
and after taking two bottles of it I feel
1 am. Sir, yours liuly,
Mr. A. .1. White. "William Br
September Sth, 1833.
Dear Sir, I Hud the sale of Seigel's
Syrup steadily increasing. All who have
ti icd it speak very highly of its mcdl.
cinal virtues: one customer describes it
as a "Uod-scnd to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills
Chemist-dentist, Mcrthyr 'J'ydvil
To .Mr. A. .1. White,
Seigel's Operating Pills are the best
family physic that has ever been ills
covered. They cleanse the bowels from
all irritating substances, nnd leave them
in a healthy condition. They cure cos
tiveness. Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indies,
Oct. 24, 1882.
Dear Sir, I wi he to inform yon that
I have derived great bcncllt from
'Seigel's Syiup." For some years I have
buffered fiom liver complaint, with iU
many and varied concomitant ovils, so
that my life was a perpetual misery.
Twelve months ago I was induced to try
Seigel's Syrup, and although rather
sceptical, having tried so many reputed
infallible remedies, 1 determined to give
it at least a fair tiial. In two or three
davs I felt consideiably better, and now
al "the end of twelve months (having
continued taking it) I am glad to tay
tluit I am a different being altogether.
It is said of certain pens that they "come
as a boon and a blessing to men" and I
have no reason to doubt the truthfulness
of the statement. 1 can truly say, how
ever, that Seigel's By rap has come as a
"boon and a blessing" to rac, I have re
commended it to several fcllow-suffcrers
from this distressing complaint, and
their testimony is quite in accordance
with my own. Giatitudc for tho bcncllt
I have derived from the excellent pre
paratinu, prompts mo to furnish you
with this unsolicited testimonial.
I am dear Sir,
Yours ever gratefully,
(Signed) Carey B. Berry,
A. J. White, Esq. Baptist Missionary.
Preston, Sept. 21st, 18811.
My Dear Sit, Your Syrup and Pills
aro still very popular with my customers,
many saying they aro the best family
The other day a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Soigel" had saved tho life of his wife,
and he added, "ono of these bottles I
am sending fifteen miles away to a friend
who is very ill. I havo much futh in it."
Tho sale keeps upwondcrfufiy, In fact,
one would fancy almost that tho pcoplo
were boirinnhi'r to breakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigel's Syrup, tho do
maud Is so constant and the satisfaction
1 am, dear Sir, youis faithfully,
(Signed) W. llowkcr.
To A. J. White, Esq.,
Hensingham, Whitehaven, Oct. 10, 1882.
Mr. A. J. White. Dear Sir, I was
for some time ollllctcd with piles, and
was advised to give Mother Seigel's
. Syrup a trial, which I did. I am now
happy to state (hat it has restored mo
' to complete health. I remain, yours
(Signed) John II. Lightfoot.
7M ly a
I Wsiter Notice.
i Office Sup't Water Works,
I Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
aro notified that their Water Rates
aro payable semi-annually, in advance,
tno omco oi ire biipcrinicuucui ot
1 Water Worksf foot of uuanu street.
ei;cll vcar, cfll AS. B. WILSON,
Sun't "W nlor Works
S. K. Kaai, Minister f Interior. 204
123 FORT STREET.
Cohl Drinks for Young and Old.
Superior Ginger Beer, 10c. por bottle.
Donnolly's Hoot Beer, " " "
Donnolly's Bpruco Boor, " " "
These Beers are the most pleasant
and healthiest beverage known.
They cleanse and purify tbo blood,
Which renders them not only an ex
cellent drink but good for Invalids,
and will more readily quench thirst
without producing any deleterious
CANDIES ! CANDIES ! !
Home made Creams and Caramels,
all varieties, fresh dally. Finest
selection oT Imported Candies.
Chase's celebrated Ronton Lozenges,
flncstnroinatic quality in thcinnrket.
NUTS AND BON-BONS ! !
Hinokol i-imolcoX Hmolco!
My Manilas are the best in town.
Come In nnd judge for yourself.
American, Havana nnd lllnelcy's
celebrated Home made Cigars ol.
ways on hand. Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, cut foil and plug. All
varieties of Cigarettes at tho Foun
tai.v. 802 ROP.KHT DONNOLLY.
i . rv:
A PUKE, WHOLESOME, HE
According to the highest and best medi
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Liliha St:
P. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 281.
EgyAll orders receive prompt attention.
. Alakca, near Queen St.
C. J. II.vui)i:i:, Proprietor.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings and Finish always on hand.
ESP Oiders promptly attended to. U
ami Soft Siiove
Cut and Split
Horso Shooing a specialty
A first-class mail being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on tho Esplanade, op. IIoppcr's.204
Tin, CopDer and Sheet Iron Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Banges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
AVItilDEK'S S. S. CO.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Luhnina, Mau
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukonn, Ka
wttiliae, Laupaboelioo and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all tbo
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon,
1-OR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
P. Kibbling, ..-- Master,
Will run regularly to tho ports of
KOLOA, HANAPEl'E & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. Por freight or- passago apply
to the Captain oa board, or to tho
PACiria Navioatio.v Co.,
800 !lni Cor. Nuuaiiu & Queen sis.
Tltn KA6T HAIMNO
will run icgularly
TO WAfALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
Por freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacii'io Navigation Co.,
i Jy a-.
.C. BBEWEB ft GO.
OJlcr 1'or Sale
LIST OF MRCHAMSE,
Light Impress Wiigoin.,
E- Top Carriages.
STEALS G AL
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3, and G,
Lobsters, llbtus; Beans, 31b tus
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Falrbank's Scales, Nos. 7,8,10.fcll$
Centrifugal Lining, 14 Inch;
Comp. Nails, ljjj, 1-11 Inch.
Manila Cordage, Assorted:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
farmers boilers 20 and 25 calls,;
Sisal Hope, Assoitcd,
Y. METAL SHEATHIaSTG-
10, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 20 oz. ;
Hair Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Bide Poison, Barbed
Wire, licllned Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws and Washers.
E. P. Adams, Queen st
Lyons & Levey, Queen st
Alvin II. Rascmann.... Gazette Building
Bishop & Co., Merchant st
W. McCandlcss, Pish Market
Itoot and tthocN.
L. Adler, Nuuanu st
Chr. Gertz, Port st
Temple of Fashion Fort st
Nolle Fort st
McCarthy Hotel st
Gonsalves & Co Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Foit st
W. Miller, Hotel st
Lycan &Co., Fort st
W. II. Page,-- Fort st
Hawaiian Carriage Co., Queen st
Clcni-H ami Tobacco.
C. McCarthy Astor Billiard S aloon
Noltes Beaver Saloon, Poi t st
Fishci's Champagne Cider,.... Liliha st
Candy Factory and IlaUcry.
F. Horn Hotel st
Cnrpentcrs and Ituildcrs.
F. Wilhelm King st
G. Lucas, Fort.st
WT Khoads Queen st
Dry and Fancy Jood.
N. S. Sachs Fort st
J. T. Wuteihouso, Queen st
J. T. Watcrhousc, King st
J. T. Watcrhousc, Foit bl
B. F. Elders & Co., Fort st
M. A. Gonsalves & Co Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Fort st
Every Description of Job Printing
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
PHflPfll 'Visiting Cards
Itciisoii, Smith & Co., Pott M
HollMcr & Co., Nuuntiu nt
Ilolllctd' A; Co Foit M
Ornjncc mid ('iirlitcc.
Flank HuMato, ..Qiitxu xi P
O. Robinson, i Queen st
Mis. Turner, King M
l'lr( ItiHitraiiri' AcrntM.
II. Rk'inensclineldcr,..nt Wilder iV Co't,
C. O. llcrgcr, ..Merch .nt n
Jciit'M P.'uriilNliliifj (iOOllH.
Ehlci h & Co., Foi t st
N S. SaeliM, Porlst
Gonsnlvc? ii Co., Hotel ht
II STiegloan FoiUt Hotel si
ttrocprli'H nnd VrnvtaloitM.
A. S. Clcghorn it Co Queen st
Wolfed: Edwards,.. .Foil it Nuuanu stt
Lewis & Co , Hotel pi
Iloruu Shoeing. Wlmliw.
Wllon Bios., ' Fort i
Home Ti'tilnei-H, Ac.
H Keith Kuplolani Pal k
L Bruudncc Queen it Punchbowl
Levy it W oodbain. Orders nt Wiseman's
liny nnd Feed HtorcN.
Wolfe & Edwaids....Klng itXuuanu sts
Union Feed Co., Queen st
Lainc it Co, Foil M
, llnrncHS Maker
G. E. Shcnuan, Klngbl
Dillingham & Co., Fort st
J. T. Watcrhousc, Queen st
Importer V Com. Merchants.
G. W. Macfarlaue .t Co., Fort st
O. Brewer & Co., Queen st
Lyons & Levey, Queen st
M. S. Grinbauni it Co., Queen st
W. Gf Irwin it Co., Fortsl
A. S. Clcghorn it Co., Queen st
J. T. Wnteilinusc, Queen it
Ficeth & Peacock Nuuanu st
Castle it Cooke, King st
Wing Wo Tai it Co., Nuuanu st
C. O. Bcigcr, Merchant st
llyman Bros Merchant st
Wennsr it Co Fort st
W. Attld Water Works Olllec
J. A. Hassinger, Interior Ofllec
W. C, Akami King st
S M Carter
Lowers it Cooke Foil st
Wilder it Co., Foitsl
Millinery nnd IrOMS Xlnkliic.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis, Fort st
Dr. Bmcrfon, Kukui st
J. M. Oat Ji . & Co Merchant st
I'liimhci'H ami I'uiuterH.
E. C. Rowo,.... Kinjj st
Brown it Phillips King st
J. Xott, Kaahuinanu st
Max Kolun Foitsl
Williams it Co., Foi I st
A Herbert Kalihi Valley
J Emmeluth Munoa Valley
Timing &. Musical luHtrnniciitH.
Lycan & Co., Fort st
Noltcs Beaver Saloon .'.Fori hi
Windsor Restaurant, amg st
Casino Kapiolani Fin k
Tourist's Retreat, .Honuapo, Kan, Hawaii
Iteal Estate Agcntx.
J. E. Wiseman Merchant st
A. S. Iliii'twcll, over Bank
J. M. Davidson Kaahuinanu si
A. Rosa Gov't Building
W. A. Whiting, Kniibuinanu st
.1. Russell,....". Merchant st
S. B. Dole, Kaahumanu st
F. M. Hatch, Kaahumaun st
It. P. Blckerton, Merchau1 st
Cecil Brnwii,wj...-,,,....Meiehaiit st
J. M. ftlonsarmt, Mei chant st
T. W. Rawl ins King st, Lcleo
J-M. Oat Jr. & Co., Merchants!
J. M- Oat & Co., Queen st
Pierce it Co., Queen bt
T. Nott, Kaahiimniiu st
II. S. Trcgloau Fort st
Intcr.Island S. N. Co., Esplanade
Wilder's S. S. Co Fort & Queen sts
Pacific M S S Co Fort & Queen sis
O. S. S. Co Fort & Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co, Queen st
Jas Brodie Beretanh st
"Wood and Coal Dealers,
Frank Hustace, Queen t-t
AVInes and (Spirits,
G. W. Macfnrhiuo & Co.,. Kaahuinanu tt
Freeth & Pcncoek Nuuanu st
Brown & Co r. . . .Merchant st
Wenncr & Co.,
. . .Fort st