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FIJI DAY, SKIT. 7, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ludie.s' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at 0 o'clock.
Imp. Order of lied Men, at 7 :!J0.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :80.
t-oeinl at Miss Breeze's, 7:30.
Special Meeting Boys' Heading
Hooni Association, at 7:'IQ.
Polynesia Kncauipment, at 7 :30.
THE BULLETIN'S" PROTEST.
When wo first read the Protest
that Avas published on "Wednesday
morning in the Gazette we thought
that it was u hoax, but having made
inquiries as to its genuineness wc
lind that it is substantially a copy of
a document that has been sent abroad
to Foreign Powers and that was on
Wednesday forwarded to the mem
bers of the diplomatic corps in this
city. AVe do not lrcqucnuy icei
called upon to speak
of the actions of this
but we must say that a very grave
and serious mistake has been made,
which those in authority must feci even
though they do not admit it. What
possible political weight would a
protest from the Government of
Hawaii carry with the Governments
of England or France, the countries
that arc most deeply interested in
the annexation of the islands of the
Pacific. Mr. Gibson, when taking
olllce last year, said that he " advo
cated active diplomacy." If this
is a specimen of his " active diplo
macy " then the sooner it is ended
the better, better for the King, better
for his country, better for his native
subjects and better for the foreigners
who have made their homes here and
who, with their capital, have de
veloped the resources of the country
and brought it to that state of com
mercial prosperity in which it stands
The Protest sets forth that His
Hawaiian Majesty's Government
protests against the annexation of
the islands of Polynesia " as unjust
to a simple and ignorant people. "
Would this protest from " simple
and ignorant " Hawaiians be listened
to ? When did a " Hawaiian Legis
lative Assembly express unanimous
ly " or in anyway, " the spirit of
the nation that it was the duty of
this government to advise the
Polynesian chieftains and states
in their national affairs?" When
did these " chieftains and states"
make "special appeals" to the Ha
waiian Government for advice and
why have the public not been duly
informed of them?
And the Hawaiian Daily Buij.kt
ix "speaking for the Hawaiian peo
ple makes earnest appeal" to His
Majesty of Hawaii that he will "re
cognise the inalienable" opinions of
his foreign population, upon whom
he is dependent for the success and
prosperity of his Kingdom, and at
once decide to annul these Protests.
Should His Majesty wisely adopt
such a course then might the nation
" lift up a voice " of thanksgiving,
forget the false step that has been
taken, and hope that such folly will
not be repeated.
in reply to an article thut had
appeared in the Advertiser on the
subject of Hawaii nei becoming
the commercial center and political
capital of this great ocean, the
Daily Bulletin of 16th November
1882 says. "This dream has been
dreamt before ; but clear-headed,
unpoctic, matter-of-fact men have
smiled incredulously at its recital."
" Intelligence and enterprise may
be found on other islands in this
ocean at the present time, and they
arc not indebted to these islands for
their origin nor dependent on them
for their further growth." " Hawa
ii's true policy is to conllno her
attention to herself, and strive to
take rank with nations that command
respect and consideration, by en
lightened mid judicious management
of her own affairs and the develop
ment of her own resources. Patient
and faithful adherence to thla policy
will ultimately rerfiilt in the Hawa
iian Kingdom huhig no longur a
nioro nominal Stnto j whonms a
Napoleonic policy of coumiest mid
(inquisition would moat likuly end In
vmiltliiff umblllon nvurloplg itwolf
nml fulling on llio hIIiop eiilo,"
PioWi&l. Hlioulrt Hid
of the existence of the Protest from
a rather brief note, sent them with
a copy of the document, on Wednes
day subsequent to its appearance in
print. They will probably be called
to account by their respective Go
vernments for not having expressed
their opinion of the document Ivy the
mail which carried it abroad, their
Governments never imagining for
one moment that they were not
cognisant of its existence. This
document we maintain should have
been forwarded to Foreign Powers
through the resident commissioners,
but apparently, from the manner in
which they have been ignored, their
ollicial positions arc not recognized
by this Government.
A dolt last night on King street.
Tub nrst7u7ldeiiu",'$: per share, in
the stock of IS. O. Hall anil Son Limited
is payable to-day.
A three-masted flagstaff was sucess
fully erected at Iolanl College on Wed
Oni: of the hor.es Imported
Hanson from Sun Frantii:o
Kalnkuua died of cramp-)
A letter en
1'norr.ST has been
Ccusar Moreno, a
of Mr. Gibson's.
g a copy of Tin:
sent to Don Cclco
predecessor in olllce,
Mr. Williams, who has returned
from his photographic trip to Ha
waii, brings about lot) negatives of
views taken chielly about Hilo and
at the volcano. lie has a view of
the old temple at Kawaihac and an
instantaneous one of the boiling
lakes ; others show veiy peculiar
lava formations and lava that has
remained fast to the tops of trees
for many years. It will be some
time before all the photographs arc
printed and mounted, and until then
it is impossible to form any idea of
their variety or quality. During
his trip, Mr. Williams was some
what inconvenienced by the action
of Mr. Jordan, the manager of the
volcano house, who, on hearhig that
the former manager, Mr. Lents?, was
accompanying Williams, wrote him
a letter telling him to lake a tent for
his guide. In order to avoid trou-
Haiit linos- have received a
new candles and French creams
Elite parlors wIi-mc ladles can
Ice-creams every day.
At a meeting of the Hoard of Hcpre
sentatlvcs of the Flic Department last
nlglit, Mr. Henry Smith was elected
Secretary by a majority of one.
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uiu, ii imams, ub t.uii uiiitiiou,
caircd another miide,
Jordan advertises his house as
place of public accommodation
seems that he objects to
some people for others have been
written to by him to the effect that
they would not be received. AVil
liams speaks well of his own treat
ment while there.
Tin: September number of the Friend
urges the Humane Society to proceed
with its work nnd contains long ac
counts of the Chinese Mission work on
these Islands. The Y. M. C. A. page
complains of the falling oil' in the attcn
dance at Fort Street Church during the
Tin: Portuguese boy who was gored
by Judge McCully's bull died on Tues
day moi nlng. A post-mortem examina
tion disclosed the fact that the llfth and
sixth ecrviclc vertebrae had been frac
tured right through the body and it Is a
wonder that the boy lived so long. The
other sufferer is Improving and has been
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the lime of any other mnchinc.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci percentage of inside spaco (linn any other safe Wc aue Sole
Aoents I'ou Tin: Amove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cage3, .
Burl) Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Libricnting Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and .to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
A Portuguese boy was recently
killed at Paauilo, when eating sugar
cane at the stable where the mules
were feeding, by n stone thrown by
a native named Kahuhu. At the in
quiry which was held after the boy's
death before Judge Mian at Ilono
kaa it was ascertained that the boy
went to school for some days after
the injury and that it was twenty
days after the accident occurred be
fore he died. The doctor said that
when called in the boy was insensi
ble and it was impossible to say
whether his right side was paralyzed,
as had been stated, but there was a
wound an inch in length on the left
side of the top of his head and there
was no fracture of the skull ; that
the scalp wound was sullicient to
produce suppuration and that neg
lect was the possible cause of the
inflammation. Kahuhu, the man
who threw the stone, stated that he
saw no children at the time and was
not acquainted with the boy. Wai
ohino, the policeman, said that he
saw a small cut on the boy's head
with blood flowing from it and that
Kahuhu told him he had done it
himself. The Coroner's verdict was
that the boy died from a "blow on
the head from a stone thrown by
Kahuhu at u mule on July lGth,
which accident killed the boy Juan
do Mcdeiros. Kahuhu was not re
primanded in any way by the Coro
ner and the evidence is somewhat
contradictory in some particulars.
The father of the boy has made
some complaints to the Portuguese
Commissioner on the subject and
has asked that ho may be removed
to another plantation.
Tin: American bark Spartan is now
175 days out on her voyage from New
York to Honolulu and considerable
anxiety is felt as to her safety. She has
alwny been icckoncd a fast sailer, hav
ing made the run from Singapoic to
New York in 105 days, from Coconada
to New York in 103 da-s, from Anger
to New York in 85 days, from New
York to Singapore in 98 days, from New
York to Zanzibar in O'J days, from New
York to Valparaiso in 87 days and from
Mozambique to Co:onada in 28 days.
The last mentioned passage is the quick
est ever made between those ports, and
her present one to Honolulu is the
longest she lias ever made.
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Sclir Mann, brought 280 bags of mi gar.
Schr Kc'cnuluohi brought 512 bugs cf
SchrPohoiki brought 80 coi da of the-wood.
Two toilet rooms aio being built
the quaiter-deck of the Iwalani.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Giikat competition hi the base-ball
Mu. Winy Taylor
organ at the Bethel,
U repairing tho
Mortgagee's Notice of Saie.
BYr ORDER of A. J. C'artwright, the
mortgagee named in a ceitain in.
denture of mortgage, dated Feb. 22nd
1881, marie by E. B."Mikaemi to said A.
J. Cartwright, we are ducted to tell at
Public Auction, on
Saturday, September 22nd
at 12 noon, at our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, all those certain pieces or parcels
of laud situate at Kaukalioku, Kapa
lama, Island of Oahu. and moie particu
larly described as. follows:
(1) Apaua 5, 2 loi nine Kula. E hoo
maka ma ha pohaku 1 a o halo Ak 4
Knm 447 panic ftrrie Ak 20 Kom 40
pauku pili me Kconcula, alalia Hem
00 Kom 4iti pa.uku pili me John
Needles alaila Hem' :t5 Hik 218 pauku
nine Horn 41) Kom 235 pauku pili me
Geogi Horn t alaila Hem 48 45 ni Hik
911 pauku pili me Wm. Hcbchi alaila
Ak 41 45m Hik pili me llura Mocino
a liiki ik'i hoomnku ana lie 2 K5.100
Eka.aiid I cing the Mime p-emisej do.
scriLed in Royal Paten' No. !)i01 Ku
lcana Jlelu 7031,
(2) Ekolu loi me haiiuahale E hoonia
ka ana ma kc kiln a e holo ana Ak 47
Hik 535 pauku e pili ana iko Kekunma
oaHcmCO0 Hik 200 pauku c piM ana
iko Kekuano Ak 00 llilc 124 pauku o
pili ana iko William Sumner Ak 37 Lorn
45 pauku c pili ana iko Wm. Sumner
Ak85 Kom 115 pauku e pili ana iko
Wm. Sumner Ak 72 Kom 305 pauku e
pili aim iko Wm. Sumner Hem 55
Kom 100 pauku e pili ana iko Paelc
Hem 8 Hik 100 pauku e pili ana iko
1'aelc Hem 00 Kom 150 pauku e nili
ana iko Paelc, Hem 0 Kom 200 pauku
e pili him iko Keluonui, Hum 55 Hik
O JJilUKU (J )!! UUU IKU 1VUJ1IUUU1 O II1K1
ike kilii lima 10,012. Eka, and being the
same piemiFC3 described in Royal Pa
tent No 2,848 Kulcana Helu 7,103.
For further particulars apply to Ccail
Browa,lAttornoy for Mortgagee, or to
" Lyoss & Levey, Auct'rs.
St. Louis College.
NOW IN CHARGE OF BRO. F.
AVI 11 Commence
It3 2nd Scholastic year
Next Monday, 10th instant.
Its plan of studies embracej nil tho
common branches of a good Christian
education, but pupils wishing to follow
a more advanced course, will Ibid every
facility for doing so. For terms and
Ruv. F. Sylvustiui,
500 2v St. Louis College.
This is the live hundredth number
tho D.ui.v Huu.nvi.v.
tSr, burin Collugii will ronwiuncu Us
second fiuliohiKtle your on Monday,
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THE ELITE PARLORS.
loo Cream and Candios
Itoculvoil by tho S, S, "Mnrliwa''
Now Fioiuih Caudles, Creams,
Ohouolntw, and .Tunny Lludn,
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hoe & Clothing Sale
A. M. Mollis.:, : : : : : 104 Fort Street. . '
Commencing This Day. , .
On accouut of retiring- from this branch of
business, I will sell my entire stock of
Ladies', Gent's, and Children's
Shoes, arid Men's and
Regardless of Cost.! '
NEW GOODS, " ,-",
JUST RECEIVED, ox " iMariposn,"
(fr ELECTED BY 0UU MK. STOCKLEV) at
RICHARDSON & Co's.,
ISo. 158 JPovt Streel.
FOE THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real IShLivLo JBrolcei,
CiiHtoni Ilouue Brolcci,
Employment Sprout, autl
Gouoral IBumIuchm Argent,
Ofliee, 37 Merchaut street, - . . Hawaiian Gnzctte Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
nnd will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Tower of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will llnd this de.
partment a great source of convenience.
E2TThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.-,
Land and property forsnlc in nil parts of Honolulu nnd tho various Islands.
Houses to lcino and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Aecouuts kopt. Bills collected. Logal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Yickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, -with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.35 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in tho World.
C3T Charges always moderate. BSrTolonliono Nn. 1 io
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HAB JUST RTCOKIVEI)
A Supply of Uew Goods,
Con), iron, Oak, Asli, Rjiokus, m.
Fuller, llulis, Shuns, o., of tho m inmijiy.
Bold lit dig inwvm irli.
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