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"1 v--' 2 THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 8, 1884 r J m if A . .f "Half-way How," now stands there ! in;; job of nur-dnjr 1 1 1 1 ibinet, m re hoiiM Im :i nat French n-daiir;uit, ; pulsive fo every hoiio-t man, :md so or a r t ;m i : 1 1 1 kept by a Frenchman, (bum-in;; to the be.-t interest of the or :i iiM in l-r nf any nationality wbo rountry. ' knows what p;ool rooi.rry i, ainl how to iiiakc his jjuents comfortable. Then a ride in tho t ool of the iinn n ine;, miiiic li lections to in ine ho-t on about ju-t what lidies the. party r miire, and thus beine; settled, with what serenity the sijhNeers could contemplate tliat wonderful puno rarna, knowing that a ;ooI break fast assailed them on the home-track. There is a fortune for -orno gastrono mic pioneer in this enterprise. Then no hungry tourist who visits the wonderful things of nature will han ker after of the I'yptian flesh pots of other lands. MlC Nksi-'IKI.Ii, editor of the Jlntv ftiian gave the public proof jiositive on Saturday that the Voice as well as the Pen has in hirn an able represent ative. 1 1 is not every city that is so fortunate as to possess an editor who can not only advocate the caus-e of charity in his newspaper, but can also entertain the public by singing as pleasingly and as well as Mr. Nesfield. Had it been otherwise, the etiquette of the profession would have pert mittcd us to refer to him as the "Mol okai Nightingale," but his perform ance of .Saturday places him beyond Piich invidious criticism. Tin; debate on Saturday was a long winded a Hair. We venture to say that not a vote was changed by those oratorical efforts, hut of course thegen tlemcn had a right to express them selves on the situation. If they could have done so more briefly the swelter ing, tired crowd who waited to .see the vend of the struggle would have felt grateful for their forbearance. Til K journalism which selects prom inent men from this community, and slanders them in the hope of provok ing a retort, is tho smallest, meanest, most, contemptible method of con ducting a newspaper. To reply to this mud slinging, is to but increase the .shower, and gratify the malice of its projectors. The only way of treat ing this despicable and unworthy use of the press is by allowing it to pass unnoticed. Nothing is more mortifying to the instigators of per sonal assaults of this character than ic inference. Till: condition of the prison is most I ''creditable to Marshal J'arkc and his assistants. Nothing could be more cleanly than the cells and corridors, and every part of the establishment is in perfect order. We think it very unlikely that ilis Majesty will consider with any fa vor the anti-Ministerial petition pre sented him. Apart from the unusual nature of the proceeding, from :i cur- sory glance at the document, we do not believe the majority of the names j and the uulienc was select and sippreeia nppended thereto, carry any weightj tive. Hi Majesty the King and the Of course there are some respon sible i F.oyal Family wore present, also their men, but they are so fearfully diluted in an ocean of nobodies that their influence is utterly lost. 1 hi: llawaiian says it is approach ed every day by all classes of men who urge it to keep up a constant tight against the men who are " blinding the eyes of a good Sovereign and plug ging his ears with cotton." Now this is a pretty estimate to entertain of the good sense of His Majesty. We think the King is the very last gentleman in these islands who would quietly submit to have his ears plug ged ith cotton ' by any section of thi- ommunity. TlIKKK bus not been much anti MinUtrial excitement in the Legis lature .-ince rrniurdny. Uut we fail to t(; where the Opposition lias taken mea- jrc- t' correct the abuses to which tij-v called attention. The book; of the Interior Department are ! O-'rtairdy -H'Jiy in n- l of r-trai'liteii-ifi out. Why not introduce :t re.-o- I lix'i- m itter atteri'lcl to it ft:-.':-.! 'liiy.i'.y. i r't tai a corn nio'li t v in .;. '-pup'-T arii.'.'jerit whieii eomes ! r- 'jr f.i.f. !t--k'i of -Jurnullion. The j iri' t,M'.!'.'l Jf'ir'Jiii'irt. iieJuIe.sj , :.h'i 'iiuiit'flA j to a v ry lur'j- ' it -.ayn, "We i'Vri m !i':ieatl v that the i "0 0 fv.i. Afi 'Ary i-. e'-rrupt. It h a. ! acquired hiui t.uiaerous friends. He 'y'; t-.fi'ii arj'J sickly kpoloint IaTtH i widow ari1 two children, at pre 'if.it '.t MT v;j i ':T:'li. i'tr it-i nau-?rat- hhu renidiuf; in lionton, Mass. Apolo'i.-ts for the (.'ai.inet! This in the vtry apex of mendacity. All through this inve.-tiatioii we have expressed ourselves openly arid inde pendently upon th Ministry, and aid that if it were proved they vio lated the constitution the; should be called upon to resign. Hut we do owe an apology to our readers, and that is 1 for our attempt U arue with journ al which wilfully mi-construe our course and substitute absurdities for common sense discussion. LOUAL AND GENERAL. The Kohala murder rue will I; tried to morrow. The Mariposa, with dates to the 1st int., is due thi forenoon. The fourth of July Committee request that all bills ho sent in to them before noon to-morrow. .This evening the Minister of Foreign Af fairs will hold a reception in honer of II. 11. II. I'rinco Oscar of Sweden. Wo once more remind the public tha.t the "WYxklv Pacific Commercial Advertiskr will b issued to-day (Tuesday.) Tho Ahjlicttn Church Chronicle and Friend for Jnlr are to hand, and will re ceive a brief notice at our hands. ,'): tho 10th instant a dividend of $5 per Khare will be payable to shareholder at the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.'s office. A new first-class candy and confectionery .-ton? is about t be opened .it J.i'icoln Block on Kinir street, bv Messrs. Meller ,t Haibe. The partie.i comprising this firm are prac tical men, and purpose manufacturing their goods on the premises. We bespeak for them a liberal patronage. One of the most enterprising tirms in this city is that of Hamilton Johnson, in the Beaver Block on Queen .Street. ' A erusal of his new advertisement will show the numerous consignments h has lately re ceived from the several wholesale California house that he represents in this city. H.I. M.S. Vettor Pisani, on her voyage from Callao to this port, took a scries of deep sea soundings, and fjund the greatest depth to be about 2300 fathoms. This ves sel will proceed from hence to Manila, and from thence to China and India, finally re turning to Italv vin the Suez Canal. The funeral of the late Thorndyke La Favor took place yesteiday afternoon, and was attended byjihe Honolulu Billes and an escort of 1he Household Troops headed by the Hawaiian Band. There was also a large gathering of friend- of the deceased who followed tie? remains to the gaave and there paid their last tribute of respect to the dc- parted. The entertainment given by the !Mali hini Singing' Club at Kawaiahao Church last Saturday evening, was unique and in many respects deserving of great praise. The interior of the church was beautifully decorated with Hags of all nations, and manv s;?eies of the lovely ilora of these island-. Thj church was quite well filled Highnesses Prince Oscar of Sweden and Prince Giovanni of Italy. The IJoard of .Management of the Eoyal Hawaiian Agricultural Society met last ovening. Hon. A. F. Judd. vice-rresideut, presided, and there were al.-o present Hon. L. McCully. Dr. McKibbin, and Messrs. S. M. Damon. C. Lucas, A. Jaeger, and J. S. Webb. Much detail business was transacted. The vice-President and Secretary were con stituted a committee to examine the prize j list, and recommend what should be given as a prize in each case. It was resolved to send o:i of the Society's silver medals to liaron von Muller of Melbourne, in recogni tion of his many gifts f seeds, etc., to this country. It was also resolved to recommend to tho members at the annual meeting that the Horticultural Show be held in town, and at an earlier date than tho Stock Show ay in April. Tli fureral f th- hit? Thorndvl: La avor, who died on Sunday, took dace- yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock from St. Andrew's pro-Cathdral, under the auspices of th(i Honolulu Hides, of which corps the deceased was a Caarter member. Mr. Le Favor was formerly apothecary on board th- ( S. Shen imloab, ami was after wards transferrcil to tho U. S. S. Hart ford in which vessel he visited this port last vear. On leaving here, he went to Callao. lleceivin his discharge from th; vessel, he proceeded from thence to Han Kr.incit o, and was there engaged by Mr. I'arnmleo to l.a chargo of Hollister V. Co's drug storo o:i Fort Street. His '"inirJ manner and ireutlemanl v bearincr II. 11. II. Prince O.-car returned from his visit to Hawaii on Saturday last per S. S. Kinau. A Theatrical company pa.-.d through .Sunday la-it on the 8. .S. Citv of Sydney, in cluding Mr. and Mr-. Polk. Miss A. Herbert and the Vicker.-s familv. Tlte Hawaiian .-chooner Kaluna, Capt. A. I.ovfell, mailed for the South Sea Islands yes terday at noon, with returned Gilbert Inlanders, 11 of whom were children. musical ent?rtainrnnt will be iveu at K.iwahtiiao Church on Saturday - erer-in i T next, under the leadership of Ji. K. H. Liliuokah'.ni. in aid of the Waikiki Church. '. Prof. Ileyman has kindly otTered his services on that occasion. 11. II. H. Prince G.-car and Prince Gio- van ni d-l Drago attended the concert giv n j by the Malihini Gle Club on Saturday even- i ing. Hi Majesty the King and the Princesses i j I.iliuokalani and Likelike were also present. ! A detachment of sailors from II. S. M. S. Vauadis landed last Tuesday with four field j pieces, headed by their band. They marched j out to the Plains and went through a smart ! drill. "Among tho passengers who departed per Alamda, Tuesday last, were Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, R. W. Irwin, J. Tilden, Dr. Thacher, Madame Zeitska, and Mr. E. C. Macfarlanc. Judging from tho preparations that were going on yesterday afternoon, the decora tions about town bid fair to be of a most elaborate character. His Majesty the King held a reception Thursday, and received in audience Prince Giovanni del Drago, Captain and officers of II. I. M. S. Vettor Tisani. A few hack drivers have set an example to the rest of that large fraternity by paying tho penalty of violating tb hack ruh-s I -11 - - i i i t r : i w"m ine precincts oi ine itmai naaiu.. Hotel. , Berger and his boys excelled themselves Thursday last, in Emma Square. The pro gramme was a gem aud was admirably per formed. To-day the "boys" will endeavor to eclipse their last night's performance. The election of officers of Harmony Lodge, Xo. ;j, I. O. O. F., took place on Monday evening. The following officers were elected: G. W. Brown, N. G.; M. Canavan. V. G.; M. D. ilonsarrat, Treasurer; J. E. Wiseman, Secretary. The S. S. Planter left yesterday at 4 p. M. The changes in her date of sailing and arrival are made -with the object of effect ing a connection with the Oceanic S. S. Co's Steamers. A telephonic message was received from "W'aialua on Friday last announcing the death of William Wenner of this city. The body was conveyed to town, and the inter ment took place on Saturday afternoon, in the presence of numerous friends of the de ceased. The JJ'rfleti.i- of Saturdav contained an ; item rf.Iative to t!lC unx,sr of a Woman named Mrs. Jackson for an assault upon a Chinaman. The wimilaritv of the name has been the cause of some inconvenience to Mrs. Gresley Jackson, wife of Captain Jack son. The July Term of the Supreme Court opened yesterday morning at 10 a.m. Ha waiian criminal cases, of which there are four on tho calendar, will be disposed of first. Several witnesses in the Kohala murder case arrived on Saturday per S. S. Kinau. The picnic to Ford's Point on the 'Fourth' was a grand success. The sports created great mirth, and the winners of the various prizes were warmly applauded. The viands were plentiful and of good quality, and Mr. Cavenaghhas established for himself an en viable reputation as a caterer. Trince Giovanni del Drago is a passenger on board H.I. M.S. Vettor Pisani. By per mission of the Italian Marine Ministry, this distinguishedjgentleman is making a tour round the worlL and is devoting his time to making zoological collections. So far he has been very successful, and the result of his labors will be of great scientiric value. In reply to a resolution introduced by Mr. Hitchcock the Minister of the Interior shows that the privileges granted to the Oceanic Steamship Companr amount to $2G.82$.-tU per annum. The decrease in wharfage receipts for the year ending March 01st. 1SS1, was SI, 493.18. The loss in pilot I r . : . l.i. ... .:ir. nr.f lo ( l-,- l ei uracil t . Erratum. By the omission of the lit tle word '"not," in our report of last Satur days Legislative proceedings, we make His Excellency the Attorney-General to say what he did not say. In reply to Mr. Widemann, on the subject of Cabinet resolutions, Mr. Neumann said: "He reiterated the assertion that they had nof (the right to make Cabinet appropriations) . An apology is tendered for the misrepresentation. Drou ned. Whilst the majority of the community were enjoying themselves on the Fourth of July, a few households were suddenly cast into gloom and mourning. The pastor of the Chinese Church, Mr. Tang Chin Sam, accompanied bv some young friends. Jousht t enjoy a bathe at the Kapena Fall. Though able to swim, his strength faikd him whilst in deep water and he ?unk to ri.-'j no more. A youth named Li C!i;iLr went to his assistance, and both b d:e dis appeared from the surface. The s : vioe of an expert diver were secured and h - i:..v--,-d-ed in recovering the two lifeless b di-. Mr. Tan Chin Sam had recent.-. : .v i in Honolulu and was much belov i members of his Church as w.ts evinced by the numerous gathering that attended his funeral, which took place on Stturday. A Melancholy Affair. A sudden and lamentable death .;" a young ladv occurred in this citv vestt-.-d iv after noon. Mi Josephine Porter, rhc i-Idest daughter .:' Mr. and Mrs. J. K. tor, r -tiding on Union treet, has of lai b n subject to cramps in the stomac-i. In order to relieve her of the cxtrem- p. tin she HUtlertd ul times, her mother administered j to her occasional doses of morphine. Yes- terday afternoon the pain being intense, and i the morphine container being at hand, Miss Porter helped herself, unfortunately taking i an overdose. On her parents visiting her j room, about 5 o'clock, thev inferred that she tdept, and so left her for a while again visiting her, and viewing her closely, i I lie i 1 auitiuiia nut tiiuus&u, auu 1 1 jt 1 A o to awaken her, the body was motionless, in fact, lifeless. A doctor was immediately summoned, who, on his arrival, came to the conclusion that he had breathed her last about half an hour previously. All attempts at resuscitation proved fruitless, and death was declared to have been caused by an over- dose of morphine. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their numerous j friends in the loss they have sustained of their eldest daughter. who had recently attained her seventeenth vear. Ilirli II'ols, A writer in the llorseshoer ?' says : ".My theory is that a high heel is always best. Never cut the heel unless it grows faster than the toe. Keep the toe short; if the heel is cut too much, it is like a man walking up hill. Keep the heel high so the leg can exercise its natural functions and not strain the cords- More horses are ruined by cutting the heel than any other way, andj besides straining the cords, the heel gets bruised and forms corns. A horse never gets corns nor has strained cords that has a good high heel. When I have more time I will endeavor to give vou more on this subiect.v I Another horseshoer says : 'T think- no man ought to claim to be j a good horseshoer unless he can j make good shoes and understands i I have 110 trouble With illtcrfer- ! ing when I et to shoeing the horse regularly and learn his ways. I make most of my shoes for inter fering high on the inside not high on the heel alone, as some men do but riirht im to the nail. A When I see the horse and how he j stands. I sometimes change from j this plan. A nyhow I shoe inter- j feriug horses for men, no cure, no j pay. and have splendid success, j Still another says ; - I have used the bar shoe for quarter cracks, but I think jf you would turn, j clip up. on the shoe right at the I lower end of the crack it does very j well; trim the hoof out Underneath i 80 it will not bind on the shoe is a j good idea. For a split in front of j a foot I use a bar running from I each side of the shoe to the front j and bolt the two ends together, I and keep that screwed up tight; ; that keeps the crack closed up so 1 a to give it a chance to grow to- j gether. But the shoe should! never be allowed to come otV a foot j of that kind for the weight of the I horse without the shoe would burst it open again. For interfer- j ing, I make the inside of the shoe ; the thickest, and make it nearly ! straight, and have the loose edge made a little level. In this way I j hardly ever fail to stop a horue with the first shoeing. For a horse I forging, that is, to strike his front j shoes with his hind ones, do not 1 shoe too lomr in front and make '. the tOC Of the hind Shoes square j ' ! across. Mr. Wiseman's Advertisemenis, The People's Agent J. E. Wiseman, REAL ESTATE BROKER, Kmlpojment lirt ia. ( ' n r xr: l!.ur Urouor, Insurant tirent, ::rui Kcncral innf$ ttrent. OFFICIOS : Campbell's Fireproof Building, 28 MERCHANT STREET- Telephone 172. I. O. llox .tl.l. flonolnln, fl. I. -:o: HOI SI S TO KKXT AM) LKASK. AT WAIKIKI A le;iutiful eotUige alony lh sen shore. All inotlern inijirovenients: stablf. servants' room, artesian w-II, watrr, etc. Iot 160x"f0. OX FOKT STltKKT t't-ttaije to Ienst ami furniture for sale on Fort street, G minutes' walk from i J.. alove Kukui street. House contain. j (i rooms- "ith "t-liouses. Lot looxsoo. Furni- tllP.l lntl. cnll f... J , I ...-. f AO- . inontn. AT WAIKIKI t'ottase suitable for small fam ily. Neat lot ami pleasant location. ONE MDEof that beautiful oflice of J. K. Wise man's, in the Campbell Klock to lease. COTTAliK on the Plains, 15iham .street, Puna lion Furnished complete; 7 rooms and outhouse; j stables. coaeii house. vc -)0 per mo. : on pi;ns.u ola .STitKKT. nearly opposite ' -las. Castle's residence A eottar to let, contains j rooms, with pantry, stables, t-., V2: p r month. COTIWOE on lieretania Street, near Kceamoku street per mo. Furnitsrt for sale. Contain: rooms, with bath, kitchen, stables, fcc. l'KOl'KKTY son saij:, OX LILIIIA Street, corner School st 2 cottage separated; on two lots: to sell our or both. Suit able for small famities. FINK .J-ACKK LOT on Kin? street, above Alapai, opposite residence of J. 1.. Athertoii, Esq. Suitable building -jte. SCHOOL STKKKT, near Fort Cottage, live rooms, on $ aero of qroimd, with suitable out buildings. Itunnin brook. Furniture for sale AT rUXAIIOF Several choice building lots tJ sell reasonably. ON FOKT STKKET, opposite Kukui street 3 mall cottages in the rear, now rented, and bring -ng in a rental of .40 per month. Lease for sale, 7 years, a 1, 300. Cottages belong to purchaser. Rental of land 2. per year. A Safk Purciiask. AT K All ULUI, on the Island of Maui A large ' frame building adapted for housekeeping premises. Would make a lovely .Summer resort, being cl0s to the Ma -shore. Land leased for ?"0 per year ; 7. years to run. Sell for f 730 ; now bringing in ? per month rental. ON 5UUANU VALLEY A small cottage on i acres of ground in cultivation, three mile from town. 3 years' lease given; $30 per month. THE MOANirr SUOAIt PLANTATION, Island of Molokai 1,000 acres of land, rniil, machinery, goods and chattels, and caue. For sale at once. AT KALIIII . '2 miles from town - storey new fraiii dwelling house on an acre of ground; con tains nine room-;. Sell for . 1,750. Javsy terms. FOK SALS'. IIOK.jv and single open bug?y, warrant'! a "nr(l "tle. family horse. Uuy nearly new. A OKKY STALLION (medium size; with saI- die and bridle. year? o!'. Warranted good, kind, and sound. splendid saddle or driving horse. For sale at one. T1IE BUSINESS of J. M. Daigle. on Bethel street, to sell, including engines, boiler, belting, tools, gunsmith and locksmith utensil. Supplier steam for various parties in the vicinity, and do ing a good busines. 1'iano for sale. Several Chinese rooks v.-unted. Orders and Correspondence ; at- teatlel and answered. J. E. WISEIVIAiiJ General Business Agent, HONOLULU, H. I. apr7-d EASTERN PINE Molsses Barrels and Sugar Kegs, Set up or in p.books; also Hoop Iron, . "i, l-in 14 in. in widt!. and inches by 3-l;. At J. II. JSltl'IV.N, Coo;ru?-, No. 19 Fort St.. Honolulu. ri.I. ftploHlA-w3ni FOR SAN FRANCISCO. TTIK favokiti: hktni:. W. H. BIMONB, HOUDLKTT MasU.r Will have qnick dispatch for the above port. I "or freight or passage apply to i'l27-tf WM. ;. IltWIN A CO FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THK FAVOKITK !5 ltlOANTIN K WM. G- IRWIN. tcunkh m.... Will have quick dispatch for the above port Tor f"i?ht or padi;e apply to JyT-it-tf WM. O. IIUVIN A CO. i V f r i -f - ? U i $ "4. j i i f ' 7 .