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TBEO. H. DATIES GO.
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes
OTHER RECENT VESSELS!
TUT. FOLLOWING- .
DRY GOODS AND CLOIHING
1'ritita of latest stylos, fast colors;
Dliio Denims, H'liilu Crodnu Slid ling,
JIoi rock's Loup Clotlis,Hrou n Linen Drills
Pure Limns, Moleskins,
Blue and Wlilto Cheek Listados.
Fancy Dross Goods, Fancy Plaids,
Uitusia Irtish, Scarfs, Ties, Cravnts,
Crocliota and Fnticy Work,
Towoliiiga and Towolo,
Slon'rt Wlilto nnd Urown Cotton llalf-liCMo,
Ladles' Hose, Men's Ready MndoOlolliitig,
Indlu Rubber Coats, Capos nnd Lcggjtigs,
Itcj;utta nnd Woolen SliirtH,
llluo nnd Oroy llorao Blankets,
Whito Cotton illnnkots,
Woolen Dlnnkotn, nil colois si7CB and
Woolen utid Clinton rinntiola,
Volvot and Tapestry Ciirpotitif;,
Velvet mid Tnpcstrv Hugs, Oarpula and
Sugnr Bngs 20x3G, Conl Bags
Rice Bags, Prime Quality
Hoary nnd Light Burlaps nnd Twino,
A full assortment of
AIho a few very nice
Satldlo cloths, bridles &c
In 0,7 SundOft lounths (3J tango) Screw
nil Wahera to mulch.
I'cnco Wire, Nob. 0, 0, 7, and Staples,
BilOAD IS II FISH IMS
I loll i Mil Spike complete
Fire llrlck, J'ortlum! Cement,
Hrc-Cluy, Whltliifc', Cltnlk,
ENGLISH, HAWAIIAN & AMERICAN
3, 6 and 7 yurd lonRths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt,
Deinijnna 1, 2, 3, 4 nnd 5 gallons each.
Qiilviinizod Buckets, Tubs, Basitia &e,
Crockury, Iron BedstcadB,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS,
Worcestershire Snnces, GrocetioN,
Encllsh Lcnthor Bolting, fiom 3 to 10 in,
Topsail Shcot Chains, "Admiralty Teat,"
Sizes 1-1,3-8,7-16, 1-2,
" Pig iirand" Stout, In pints aud quarts;
Ulood & Wolfo'a Ale, iinta and quarts;
Burs' Aln in quarts and pintH,
India Palo AleB in quarts and pints,
BolfiiRt OiiiKor Alo.
Fino Frunoh Brandies in bulk and cases,
Ilenneasy'a Brandy in eases &
Old Tom, Chonp Brandy in cases,
Casta Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
nunloaals "Bed Bur" nnd other fiuo
clarets in cases,
Best Bhorry in bulk und vasoa,
Chnnipano in qttarta nnd pints.
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
Ac &o. &e. Ac, &o.
03 75 TI1KO. II. DAVIES A CO.
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.,
f $ f f
Nevrs Dealers !
Would talc thla Method of informing the lolub
ttanta of Honolulu and the other lilaudi,
that they hare opened a
Stationery & News Depot
In the NEW HAWAIIAN OAZKITE ULOOK,
No is. Mctchaul Hired, nhere thty
are prepared tofarulaU
1ILAMC llOUKlj, Mi:M0lt.VXIU'.M BOOKS,
lnk, In quarta, pint half ;luti aud couei:
,4uelUi:, ' "
Letter and Note Papor, Foolscap
Lcril Cap, Eintlopia, Papttcrlct, cu uc
Ordsra takon for any Porlodlcal
that may bo DealreU.
Jrompl attention will b slvvn to b falling of ri
put to babitilbua on any cf the othr lland Alio
Ordtn for Red Hubbtr bumpa Rt:tleJ
310 and Promptly Filled.
TUE UNDEUSIGNED HAVING
made certain linpiot.munu Is tho arrantjaent
and MBMrneilOD of Flaet ind Air ipaeee for Dittm
TiMi.r. wBith affect a cen.Uerable lailne of fail li
P..n t. ..iU. . rt OTifKBI ,0N.
Add.cn K. 0.f , MT 9n l.
For ban Francisco.
TltK flAWAHAN IJAIIK
ITKA LA KAUA
Will have Quick Diipatoh for above port.
rerFr.lchler raainccarflr to
312 !)7 T A SCHAErEUACO
FOR SA N FRANCISCO.
Tho Fine New Clipper Brlgnntln
j AVin. O. Irwin &
Will havo quick dispatch for the above port.
Tor freight or pee-egr, apply to
9H 1' WM O IRWIN A Co. Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCI'CO.
Thg tmertan fi.Mrntlno
-aav niQnnvr ov
Will havo Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or pae.age apply to
9 OT n HACKFEM) A Co.. Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y
FOR SAN K A NCI SCO.
- y TUB FAfcT SAILING
(fflffife, STEAMER SUEZ
Will leave for San Francisco on Thursday!
For freight or putiei apply to
VA 93 V. 0 IRWIN ACQ. Agents.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
, TttDAl BRITISH
JkrtMs STEAMER "SUEZ,"
Will Leave Sun Francisco for 1Iono
lulu the Btli day of each month,
Itcturniii from Honolulu on the 2!!it DA V
of each month.
"ian Prancli-cu Agents, J D SritKCKKLS A BROS ,
377 -Market Street.
llouolnlu Agents, VT. O UtWIN A Up. 5M vlu
On ana after Aug 16th, the Llkellke will leave her
wharf at r.M. Jio frelcht will be received after 3 r.M
Due notice Is given of this rule, Mid It will be carried
out tlM!) WILDER A CO.
A. FUANIi (JOUKE,
AOENTrORTItn FOLLOWING COAaTERS:
Walloln, i Mnlolo
WAtoH. jgty .Tulln
. Wniohn, WMll. Wnlmaln,
Gn. S!pko1SJSc KMnnm
JWnttli WhlloDnll Ottlce L'orn.r ofQueet
and Nuuiaa Streett.
PLANTERS LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
,(. c B'owor A. Co. Ayonts. 2i
and liberal cash udvanccr made nn thtpmentt brthle
Importors and Dealers in
or AM, KIMIS.
LATE VRRIVALS 1
URGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 1UE USUAL SIOCK SIZES
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FEMCIMQ AUD PICKI1S
A Most Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS, SCREWS, Kto
Scnntliu; l'lank, nurface and rough
Boards, biirfucud and rough ; Battens,
Pickets, Ruutic, Lattice, Clapboard.
tLMI l. MUlh,
Pn nt nnd Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Enutorn nnd Oallfornl Nlaku.
I'llll llr. IN Ul'lNTITIIW i'O MIT
L, O W
. a-a. X O Isl ta
1 .000 Organ.
IRRIGATION AVTKR THIS DATE
la atrtclly rrohtblted. except beiweeo the boLra of
t.ia..MUl llotli aea. U. U V'RKITU.
Ar proved! vapertntemlentor water nocaa
"ftlndl H. A P. Cabtik, Ulaltier of Isterlor.
REMOVED THHR STOCK
Nos. 56 and 58
Queen St,, Next Door to
the Masonic Hall.
Wc Hrc Obliged to do this In Order to Ac
Xj L "Ft. Or E3
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
By Every Vessel
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
IT IS THE
Intention of the Co., in
Order to Satisfy
Of Their Customer s at the
To Keep Const mtly on Hand
At Their New Store,
The Lniicst Stock !
Seen in Honolulu !
THIB WILL INCLUDE
Every Variety & Style
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Purchasers will Bear in
Mind, that as
Wo Manufacture Our Own
SELL Al LOWER RATES
Than Others, for the Rea
son that there are
No Middleman's Prof
its to Pay !
Wo Have Secured (lie Services
For Several Years Foreman
in Our San Francisco
House, and hIbo
A Tkttitjigli Upholsterer !
So that Every Want
in Oar Line can b
TELEPHONE No. 140
CALirOIN.A FU1MITU1E GO.
Ma. C. D. Witti.N. haa tht day btan appolctM
Sopatlntendinl of the Wtr Work and CItrk of
Market for the Dliulct of Honolulu, ttlandof Oabs,
TleeO D. Freolb realjcneJ. SIMON KALOl KAAt.
Mlnlattr of Interior.
Inttrlor Office. Jnly l.t.1563. 9J M 5t
WATER I WATER I
llovototc. Jane 33rd lEi.
Irrigation after thla date ! limited In four (0 boor,
per day. Fron, to 8 In the morning, and to S In the
rarmltttnn to Irrigate durlnc moro eonranlent honfi
nlll be cranud on application to the Snptrtendenl.
r-eriona fonnd Irrlcailnjj ateept darlnc piaed
honri will hate their prlrlllcti nnptnded nlthont
notice. 0 D. FREETII, 5npt Water Worka.
Approved i Stun' K. Kaat.
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Session Laws of 1882.
To Amend Section 1 or an Act iXTiTLrn
"an act to EsTAMien thk CojiPknsatii
OF RErRK8nNTATITE3," APPROVED ON TliL
24in dat or June, A. D. 1-69.
Be it enacted by the King mid the
Legislative At-fiembly nf tho Huwniinn Ib.
lnndd in the Legintnturo of lbs Kingdom
Section 1. Thnt Section 1 of tho Act
entitled "An Act to cutahtiab tho cum.
peripstion of Iteprcfentativei of tho Peo
ple" npproved on the "J4tb dny of Jano. A.
D. 1808, ba mid tbo name is horeby aruund.
ed so nn to rond hr folluns:
"Section 1. The Compenwition of the
RcprepentativcH of the People is hereby
established at Five Hundred Dollars fur
Section 2. TIhr Act ffanll become
law from nnd nfier the date of its Approval
and nil Iaw5 and p'irtR of laws iucousiitout
herewith ntc heieny rrpealed.
Approved this 22d diy of May, A. D.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To amend Section 2 or Chapter 10 or
tub Session Laws or 1880, approved
on the ItfTn dat or Acohst, A. D. 1880.
He it enacted by tho King and the Lep-
Native Aembly of tho Hawaiian Islands
in the Legulatute of tbo Kingdom AgEem.
Section 1. Thnt Section 2 of Chapter
10 of the Scf-bion Larva of 1880 be, and
tbo same is hoioby anieuded bo nn to
read aB follows :
' Section 2. In c.ifcs whore the oflenEe
is not of a highly aggravated character,
the enid Cunrts may punish tbo ofTeudcr
by Cno not exceeding two hundred dollars,
and by imprisonment nt hard labor not ex.
ceeding two year, but in cases where such
punit-hment would be inadequate tbo offen
der Khali bo committed for trial nccotding
to existing provisions of law,"
Section 2. All Inwb nnd parts of laws
in contravcution horetvitb ore heroby re
pented. section o. 'ibis Act sbnll become n
law fromondnfier tho dato of its approval.
Approved this second day of May, A. D.
Signed. KALAKAUA REX.
. AN ACT
To Amend Section 3 .or Ciumii 22 or
the Penal Code.
De it enactfd by tho King nnd tbe Leg.
islatire.Asiombly of the Hawaiian Islands
in tbo Legislatnro of tho Kingdom assem
bled: Section 1. That Section 3 of Chapter
22 of the Penal Codo be and the kamo is
hereby amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 3. Whoover willfully nnd
malicioubly burna in the day time or night
timo tbe dwelling houfe of unolheria guilty
of nrson in tbe second degree, and bhtll be
punished by imprisonment nt hard labor fur
iifo. -or nny number of years in the dibure
tioti of tbe Court."
Section 2. All laws nnd pnrtR of laws
in contravention herewith are hereby re
pealed. Section 3. This Act shall become a
law from ard nfier tbe date of its approval.
Approved ibis 22ud day of May, A. D.
ARM,! 4tU 10 l.tV I-AIM, H rtM
4 fork, halt jriel! Kilra ramlly Uf. Hatu.
' ' F..r Vale by tlOLLSW At CO.
nrrKiv m ikk mass." hamhta
tsoeral lot or uea R.a
Perfect Order-e rln Artlrl.
tsoeral lot of Good B-d Salmon, lo barjeU.s.ila
III'LLSiH t CO).
1st m4 rimer it aCfeeoB ttrALrriri
Al.o. CallfwnU Cub. Id ts: Crthi-d tjiar, lu
baricia sad half barrel. t Dry Uiaanlaicd flsesr inbu
II sa4 kjlf banels. for Mall by 0U(Ct.
All adverlliemente for the batcMiir Pfttia uaitbe
nt In bj FrlJij njn No Ineertluna for the enrrent
lime can be guaranteed when sent In later.
AdTtrtliertnlll mark the nnmb of Intertlenidt.
aired, fron which date thry charre. Any not eo marked
Kill tie charg.d 1 month
THOS. 0 TIIRL'M, Manager.
ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN IN
A Full Dny of EriJjiue'nt.
THE CELKBRATIO a! SUCCESS.
Ao-lj- na tlio onilnn uf Mmdij-, tuo 3d, tho
poo pi o of Honolulu t o m.ii.'o nnsro of tba nonr
nppruncli of Amerioili Inilvpeudenco Da; by tba
exploding of boinlia nnd flrocnokcra, nnd tl
bliu. of QrcMorhR. It whs continued through tie
night nt Intervals, Rml In the small liuora of tlio
raornlns bands of sorcuadors undo tho round of
the city. Shortly Hftor suurltu tho ruorulug saint.
km fired nnd tbo calcbrntionuf the dny wan beutm
luinrucit. TliB flrst ruii was tbo slttnsl for tbe
starting of tbo procession of "Antiques and Hor
ribles," nnd In a very short timo Ibey wero on tbo
ruarcli. Tba cootumes wiro nn lruproeuiont on
thoea of last yanr, nnd tbero uero moro lit the
procession. AlthouRb tbo hour fur starting wna
early tbero was a large numbui of people ont to
nltueiH tbe uranilnK antics of tbe "hor.lbles."
Two Imps on spirited stoeds, d isbod up nnd down
Ihu Una of murcb with drawn snords, nnd 7cre tbo
causa of tnnch lnabter. In tbo front rank rodo a
natlvo and a hnoU drcseed to ropreet-nt prominent
local pertonnges. Tbo band coiitlslinc of annro
and bass drnm nnd triangle mnde plenty of bor
riblo nola. es did tbe tbo "Hot Wnfflce," mon in
In ft perambulating baker). A usppy family with
little children ubIur tit. Jacob's oil m an article of
diot was nn arousing ftature. One of tbo most
InuRunblo "taka ofls" was n rcprecentntlou of a
steam ruRU-of-wnr, named tbo Pile nut, mounted
on wbeels rondo of barrels, drawn by a bollock
t im driTcn by n South Sen Islnnder nttired In a
suit uf uutny colon, nnd manned by n crew of
officers. Tho quartermaster stnek to his post at
the wheel, nnd nt oocnnlonnl intervals silutcs were
fired firecrackers exploded In n stoTO pipe. Tho
Goddess of Liberty occupied nuotber wagon sp
proprintoly dressed, nud was followed by a conplo
of buxom darkey "cala" who were decidedly on
tha masb. Among other ohnrnctcM wero tbo
Arizona Con-boy, tbo American Iudi in, tbo Cstboto
and teveial nondescripts. Tim procession pro
ceeded out King street to Mr. John Notts' placo
where coffee nnd rcfrcbbuiouU, nud milk from
Judo MoCulla dairy, wsi provided for nil, and
was appreciated by tha boys. ItelurnluK by Doio
tania street tbe Horribles marched up Emmn
street to School aud to Nuunuu, bat did not con
tinue to tba residence of tbo U. S. Minister where
tboy wero upocted nnd where n warm welcome
would hne boon extended to them. They coun
termarched down Nuu.tnu stroct nud on to the
eiplonnde where tba procoision broko up.
By this timo tho whole cltv wna very Roucrally
dtcorntod with American bunting. Tbo Stars and
Stripes floated from numerous Uag polos, nnd tbo
fronts, of many privuto residencca and places of
bn&lnojs were decorated with flaca of nil slzis
tastefully arranged. Tho consular flags wore also
flying. In tho hnrbor overy vtsue), largo nud
small, dlsplijed its flags and tbo American veiaels
dresaed ship. Tha island Rteamers wero lying nt
their bertha, tbo crows being .ashore on liberty, ns
they war. allowed to remain over to Join in the
oolebrntion of tho Fourth in tbo Capital.
Shortly after the "Antiques nud Horribles" dis
persed a large crowd gathered on tbo esplanade
and tho ateimcra nnd schooners nlougsidu to wit
ness tho boat raoes. Tho first r.ico was between
th. six oarod whalo boats Kikaalawralku nud
UiKncncn, both manned by natlro crews pulling
with coxwains. 'When tbo word "go" wns Riven
by Mr. C. B. Wilson, tbo two boats shot away from
tbo buoy off Allen L Robinson's wharf, the Kt
kaaltKutmku gaining with every stroke. Tbe
courso lod around tbo light honso, nnd ont tbe
channel to tho spar buoy at tbo mouth of tbe
harbor; in rounding tbU tbo (Muoicn gained
greatly and getting tbo lead maintained it to tho
place of startini time S3 minutes, 10 cecocda.
the Durao whs SCO. Tbo ttcond race, for a purse
of $40. was between tbe "Ked, Whito nud Blue"
and tbe"Qaevn Emma." Tba first uamed boat
was manned by W. U. Ashley, Coxwalu; Phil.
Atkinson, stroko oar; b'. Hopktua, John H. Coney
Jus. L. Torbet, bow. Tbo crow of tbo "Qaeou
Emma" was B. Bildwln, Coxwaln; Q. Marsbam,
stroko; Hav Wodoboaer, Gay Wodebouso nud M.
Baldwin, bow. A fow boat lengths from the place
of starting oue of tbe "Bed, While and Blua" boys
broke an oar but tbo others pulled with n will aud
kept their boat in its phoe. Tho King's boat
wbteh was off tbe end of ttioesplantde nt tbo time,
passed them nn oar to supply tne place of lb
broken one, nnd Immediately tnev begin to gaiti
on tho "Queen Emmns." Tboy turned the pT
buoy a considerable distance in advanoo nnd in
creased tbe distance between tbe boats until tbr
home bnoy was roichcd timo 23 minutes, 10
voonds. A third nice bvtweon tbe gig Mtliu and
ATaiisefaHi wis announced bat did not come off.
CuvUin John Boss and 0. 11. Eldrtdgo uoted as
By tba time the boat racing was concluded a
perfoot stream or humanity was poartug along
Kingstrot to tho grounds of Mr. barnuol Cart r
opposite tba resldanco of Judgo Bioksrton, where
tbe exercises of tbo dny were to be held. Boasts
left town orery ten minute, for tbe grounds and
expresses wore running back aud forth con
stantly. An nrch be.ulng n portrait of Washington and
appropiately decorated with American flags was
erected oi er tbo gitercay to tbe grounds. Near
the entrance tbe committee had constrnoted a
speatoat Innai, 100 by SCO feet, oovored with car
tas. Nearly one-half of this was covered with r.
dtnoing floor on which n platform had been
raised for the speakers. Tho remainder wasoccn-
Slod by tabltb for luncheon. The structure was
eeorat.J with fcatuuns of evergreens and with
Amerloxn tines of all Mr. Over tba laruo
national banners at th. bnok of tbe platform was
Inscribed tbe motto: "Its arms and trophloa
streaming in tholr original luatre, not a stripo
erased or polluted, nor a single tt tr obscured."
Shortly Woro tbo hour nppuluted for tha open
ing of tba services tbo arrival of King Kalaknoa
was announcxd by tha band playing tbo Hawniian
national aniuem. jucning wun mo v.nnmuer
lain, Miuiiterk and Judges nccompanyiug him
wero escorted to seats directly in front of tbe
spoaken. On tho platform wero U. B Minister
Hesldent Gen. Comly, l'rsldtnt uf tbe Day ; A.J.
Cartwright, President of tha Celebration Commit
too Bev. B. O. DAmon, Chaplain ; J. B. Castle,
Header of tbo Declaration of Independence ; J, A.
Cruzan, Orator of tba Day ; Iter. 0. M. Hyde, and
tbe following named ladies and gentlemen who
led in th. etnginu t Mrs. A. F. Judd, Miss H.
Judd, Mrs. J. M. Comly, Mm H. Comly, Mrs. F.
P. Uastluga, Mrs. J. II. Paty, Mr.. B. F. Dilllnu
bam, Mrs. 0. J. Boss, Mrs. J. A. Iiassinctr, Dr. J.
U. Smith, Mr. W. U. Jones, Mr. tiaronel Nott, Mr.
Wm. Clark and Mr. D. MeCartuey.
At elemn o'clock Mr. Cartwrlght tutrodaoed
General Comly, Prealdent of tbo Day. General
Comly introduced Buv. 8. C. Damon, Chaplain,
who delivered n moat iuipresalvo pray.r. Tbe
audienee then rose and Joiued tbo oliolr In eing
ing "America," after wbloh Mr. J. B. Cittlo,
Header, was lntrodaccd. He iiroved blmbolf an
toellcut tlocutiont-t aud rend th Declaration In
a tcanntr that elloited roanda ofappUuso at it
oloslng. iue"Qtar opaugtea unnnor" was uoxr
sang, at th. conclusion of vrliloh Mr. Cruiau wa
Introduced, and delivered tba following oration t
Mr. Mniurca JUkipknt, Tocb Majestt, avo
To day we turn oar eyv K.utward, We utrlr.
to look across tho 2,000 mllos of ocean that sopa
rato us from America. There is a now meaning
to Montgomery's nords as we read them thla
"TheN 1. a land, of every land the pride.
Beiovril by IUvo o'er all the wcild be.ldt.
wnrre origsier eun. ui.pcn.e .ercstr nsm,
And mlW.r noon lia, aradlte the elht
A linj nf hanlv. tlrlne. YBlor. trnlh.
Ttrae-tBlerel st,c. ana leve esallrdjojlhi
Tbe waadcrls mailoer. wko.v eye eiploret
Tbe wealtlile.t tile, ice mu-i egchaalieg it
Views not a realm o bouutlfal sod fair,
at bicAthrft Ihe aDlrll ul a rtoter air.
In every clime, th magot I uf hi. ual.
Teethed by lemerabrauie, tremble, to that pele;
for la Ible Und ct Heaven' pMnlltr rice,
Ta berltax of satsre'e noble. t (trace.
Tkf Is a spot uf eirlh apuiuely ble.t,
A itcarer. ewtater spot Ihau all the rest.
Wbna mau. Creatiun'e tyrant, ca.ta aitd
Rlt .woidaud eceplr, pageauiry end pride.
Wall lu ale ofinnt lueki beuuniy btrad
Tbe ilr. the ob, the nn.band. bietair. tr nd.
Tber weaian ttbrsei the niotber, darujhUr. will,
Htrew wlib fre.h leoeie lb i.arruw way ot lite I
U lb dear eva ef aw d.lUbif al eye,
An anelvaard of Ijve and grace, lie,
Ar..nntl her knoe dnme.tlc ilntlea mret
Ami dnalde plea.nry enmbol at her feet
.' w.b."c ,h,n ,n1 'n,d' th"1 'P of earth be fonnd
Art thou a roan'-n patrlatT-look aroundi
ihnn .halt And, howe'ir thy fooi.terpa ttnin
That land My country, and that .pot My home I
Onreyca nro dim-not with Ibo spray of old
Oca i as vre turn nwny from onr longfug Cast
rd gato. Wo look nroundt wreathed ovor
eonntlcis Uoorwaya, Moating from flag-slafts, ntul
mkt.headswo are tbo Stabs and Sinirrs. Tho
milt in onr eyes becomes n rain I
I'll' does this bit of bunting thus toncli our
exiled beirts? Dc.inio it li the sign of onr
atluaallty, nud becaneo America has stllcbod
and dtcd Into It our Democracy, and ccrtnln
WBAT II THE MIAMINO or THE IXAO OUB LAO ?
To me It moans tbro thlngi: l. A Bcntlmeiitt 2.
1 he syinbol of cartaln truths; nnd 11. It lia power.
L V.. "nll,r""tor patriotic ftttlH-jtclilch citcittil
lf llcsf,anU iriith thi light e it uti t in otir A.di tt.
What is the reawn of this senaatlon, orcmotlon,
tuat iwelli tba bosom and wets tho oyoi when, nor
baps suddenly, far away In the midst of the Pacific,
or in Oriental scm, tbo Stabs ad Srmrrs rlpplts
on tbe breeto Into view? Why, In nearly every
An erican home, honnver bumblo. iti tbcao Inlands
do yon find tho old Flng ? Bcena e It mentis onr
country, homo and natlte land. It moans pro
tection, In return for lovo and loyalty. It menus
citlxenshlp. and that back of tho humblest Amor!,
enn ovor whom it flottn stand fifty millions of poo
pe pledged to sopjxjrt blra, in every clime, in bis
'InHliiuablo rights of life, liborty nnd tho pursuit
of bappineea." That Flag in your liomp is AutsicA.
It is the Oovornmont nud portable Blnto. No
monarch, pope, or power, dared violate It, or touch
It, .aye with rovennt bauds. Years ago, lu Malaga,
n mob bold possession of tbo city, buruiug and
IHllnClUZ at their nlnajmni. Am Am.rln.n Unn
ovur his doorway tbo bTABs and Stntrm, nud tbo
mob respected thit houso as if It had boon ono of
This failing In the Flng is otto of tbo strongoit
n our nature. Aftor loro of God and of kludrul,
.u ,u U.UUIHI uiuvr, coujoh love ot country. I'm
losophcrs lllto Bneklo, tell na bow tho cllmato. tho
sooner3, tho noil whoro we woro born and bred
Hffcct nud mould na.
"J am a cosmopollto," aald Bajnrd Taylor, "but
in nil tho regions I visit, I am an Amorlcau still."
This scutiraontli al wholesome ns it is deep.
Whore our birth placo In tbo spot of our nurture;
wheronaturoimprtihd n first with her beauty,
bright lu tbo sunshine, ana fearful In tho storm;
whoro tbo brook ran, and tho sea roarwl, nud tlio
tldo ebbed nud llowcd, nud tho bills stood, aud tho
summer rain and winter snow In our childhood foil;
wbero nro tho graves of our falbors, nud mothers,
nud patriot dond; tbo placo wbenoo tho clomcntn
came into us to form this wonderful framoof tloili
mid blood nnd tunKo us wbnt wo nro; nnd wbcro
belotod spirits, angels nnd ruesiengerH of grace,
hover unseen ovor tho old homo, is it any wonder
that wo loro it?
"llreathes thcru a man with aonl so dead
who never to himself hath said,
Thl. la my own. my native landl
v, ho.p heart hath ne er within him burned,
As home hie footntopa lie ba h turned
hrom wandering on a foreign utranill
If such there breathe go, mark him well;
ror him no minstrel raptures swell;
Illgb Ihoueli his tl.lct, proud his name,
Boondle.e his wealth as wish can claim
De.plte Huso titles, power and pelf,
The retch, concentred all In e!f,
Living, ehsll furfett fair renown.
And, doubly dying, shall go down
To the vile du.t from whence he .nrung.
Unwept, unhonored and nneung "
Doop and tender in tho breast of urerj trno
ninu Ib this lovo of country. Lo o of countrj ? It
is belf-lotc. What aro wo but part of tbo oonntry
which wa lovo ? Uor country AstuniOA 1 la not
outside of us but within ns also Imlsiblo pircol
of ourolvea. " Wo aro members ono of another,"
aud limbs or ntoras of tho Nation that grand
Person wblob tho Father hai raado our Molbor hero
So, becinbo tho Old Flng, baptized nnd rcbnptlzcd
in tbo blood of our fathers, brothers nnd sons, sym
bolizes Amkhica, our country, tho sight of it stirs
onr hearts, quickens our pulse-beat, nnd bedows onr
oj3. It takes Its oolor ho. Itissofrosb.nnddocn
not fade, bcoanso It has been dipped so often nnd
sodnopluour own volna, aud Ujcd anew in onr
pntnotlo dovotion and trust.
II. Tbo sight of tho Stars mid Stripes qulckmis
tuo emotions ofeorv trno American mxtusr rr
s thi stmpoi. or certain obeat trdtiis.
1. It ii the symbol vf national unity. By four
yoarsoftorriblow.tr wo Americans clodded that
oui8 Tins not a Confederation of Hotorolgn
States, but n Nation ; that a Star onco ndded to
tbo Flag cannot drop out, or bo torn from it, miy
moro than n phtnot can bo torn from the lirinn
ment : that, thirteenth or thirty-eighth, tbo Star
onoo stitched In yonder field of blue, onco graven
on tho shlotd of tho Nation, there it must remain
Well bald JAin-h AbRAst Gaukicld In Ids Inaugu
" Tho supremacy of tbe Nation nud its laws is
nolongorn subject of debate. That diacusBion,
which for half n century throntened tbo oxistenco
of tbo Union, was closed nt last in tbo high court
of war, b n decree from which thero in no appeal."
Over tbo door in a homo in old MassachuiiCtte
nro two crossed swords. One was tho sword car
ried by tbo grandfather of tboowner of that home,
on tbe field of Bunker Hill : and tho other wan tin-
sword carried by tbe English gmndslro of bis wife
un tba same field, and on tbo othor sldo of the
conflict. Under thoso oroisod sword 3, in tbo har
mony of domastio peace, livo a happy and con
tented and freo family, nndcr tho gnnrd ot oar
ltopablican institutions. So, North nud South.
Americana have orossod tboir swords nnd locked
tboir shield. In defense of thia Idea of Nationality.
' The Union it must and shall bo prosorvod I" is
no longer tbo motto of a section, but of n Nation
of tiftv millions of freomen.
2. Th Flag it tht lymlol of Libtitv. Tbe
founders of onr Kopublio loved liberty moro tbnn
homo and kindred. Driven from old Englaud,
" Lawe , freedom, truth and faith In Ond,
Cam. with thoae exiles o'er the wavea."
They sought liberty of the body nnd liborty of
the soul. And whan nt last tbe Nation was born,
tbo old bell In Independence Hall, which ram
forth tbe glorious tidings, boro aa a motto around
its brazen mouth, "Proclaim liborty unto all tbe
How strange, how monstrous, itbocma to us now
that a Nation builded by such Ilbcrtj -loving mon,
and founded on each n prtnoiple a Natiou tnui
threw open its doors to tho world's down trodden
und oppressed, and oovored evory fn.itivo from
tvranuy with Its protecting sbiold should havo.
fur scores of yeah, cherished and protcctod
Afrlc-m Blavcry aa ouo of its "peculiar institu
tions." But at last "tbe cap of slavery's iul-juity was
full." " Whom tbo gods would destroy they first
make mad." Slavery madly raised bor armed
band and utrnok nt the Nation's llfo. Each brave
soldier from tbo Northland was n Moses called of
God. They wont dowu into that Egypt, and tboy
lod out four millions of God's poor to manhood
Slavery perished when God's auger was kindled
but n little, and America waa fno, not only in
name but in truth. Well wrote Wbltticr on that
glad day :
Clans of bell and roar of can
Html the tldlni. nn and down.
How the bclfrtcs rock and reell
liotr the crest guns, peal on peal,
Fling the Joy trom town to town?'
Now. tbo Stan and Strlnes nro doubly dear.
because they float no longer over n slave. Now
thoy are in truth a symbol
" For freedom In the name of Him
Who came to ratio Earth's diooplnc poor.
To break the chain from every limb,
The bolt trom tvcryprl.ou door!"
3. Tl.c Stabs and Stntru i' alio a iymbol of
Luton to those grand uords once more t "We
hold these truths to bo self-evident : that all men
are created equal, nnd nre endowed by their
Creator with certaiu inalienable rights, among
which are lifo, liberty, and tbo pursuit ot happi
ness." TboA) men of iron, who cnino oyer
in tbo UanfioKtr. fouudod " a Church without a
Blsbop, and aBtnto without a King." For years
it was an experiment. Tuo lesson of all history
was iigalnst Us success. Fifty yoars ago Webster
said) "If wo fail Popular Government li Impossi
ble." When, in 1B61, tho lurid llres of war wore
reflected on tbo wotorn heavens, Carljle, Eng
land's cyilc, said) "Afoul cbliuuey is burning
itself oat over theru 1" Despotism said t " It U
tho beginning of tho end. Freo government inn
failure I" Tyrants breathed freer a our llcpubllc
totttrod to its fall. Tbo down-trodden and
oppressed throughout tbo world hid their faces lu
tho dust of dospalr. Bat ouo million five hun
dred thousand cltlxeu-soldlers reached oat tholr
hands to stay the tottering tcmplo uf Liberty
Thrw bundrou thousand Americans oflirid their
llTrn mun its nltar. Fi it aanrnmcnt il no hu'ltl
ancTMriiiimtl iUian atalliihtd fact. And tht
old Flag, with stripe dyed a iUi.r red in the
vclus ox oar patriot ueau. uoaisrs tuoayrnooiui
that heavcu lioru troth, " God bath made of ouo
blood all nations ot men."
III. Haviuc spoken ot the aentiiucut, and tbe
truths tjmbolitvd, I note, in closing, fie lUtuglh
That light strip ot bunting, bluwn to aud fro by
the wanton wind, bas in it weight and will. It
means a million swords nnd many a million bauds
It menus protection from rals-rulu nud mU govern
ment in (lersou and property to every Amerlcat,
in whatever land his temporary homo may be. It
saj to traperor, iuug,anuruitr,oi wnaievertiuv,
world-roaud, that every American is a Boverelgn
and counts no uion bis superior, but claims in
every land bis klnj-ly rights.
How that Oag rises again wherever it rouy havo
beu lowartid, and has In It&ult tbo power of tbe
raiirvAAelout Kobodv mnat touch it ataif. or rmll
at its halliard, but with respect. Nobody shall
taunt It, though It wero only a child's plaything,
with Impunity. Batter bangs the man Mumford
for bis ass tnlt on it In New Orleans. Dix would
shoot tb. man bo haulod it down in Nw York,
atarbars. Frilchl is held in Immortal honor for
dUolayiag it at tbe nsk ot tier life, while
"All day long tarooih Frederic at.ect,
Bousded lb tread of rebel feet."
And Abraham Lincoln . grwrlcg the rotes to hoist
tt la Philadelphia, wblUj oa hu - a to la u op bis
r-t tk, cWelarM that r th r b a give up the
ptmfUei eejeeJJty waioa (- ft ifaMUMel,
hi "was nbont to snv Iio would rather bo nsiaiwin
nted on tbo sixit,'rbovr 1 i tt to thinking that, for
maintaining thnt tirluclnto, on another rj-ot, nssas
alnntcd Iio would iol rl the nsMin, catching
hi spur In Hie folds of the Flag, was to fall lama
lo tho Hour, aud meet hi own doom ns ho limped
How IlKo n living tiling the Flng, fired on at
Sumter nud Moultrie, runs, 'mid lire and smoke,
and deatb-donliiig contest, to tho ton ot command
every where from Malno to Tota, from the Iakc
to tbo Gulf, from Ibo mountains to tho ."en, from
tho Atlantic to tbo Pacific whllo tbo Insurgent
colors sink brfnro It.
Thank God for tho power of tho Flag! Hot
whit gives it that power? A nnllon of men, blgk
nilndcd, manly men
Men who their ilutle know,
But know their lights, and knowing dare maintain!'
Thorn wnt Amrrlriii munr ttlmn ilm. ft. -
first unfurled to tho brecrc. I.ook back nJltlln
moro than n hundred yearn. I'lfly-flvo men nro
gathered in old Indeiwmleneo Hnll, I'hlladnlphln,
dlacnssing a paiwr written by T boinns Jefferson.
Tboy send an old mnn Into tho belfry with onlors
that, when Hint pnpor Is signed, ho Is lo strike I0U
strokoi on old "Liberty Iloll," T ho honrs went
slowly by on that hot diy, ilia tth of July, 177C.
Tho old man fell asleep nt 111 post. At Inst there
was tbo sound of quick footstept on tho stairway;
tho hand ot his llttln grandson grasped tlio old
man's sliouldor, nnd hi boyish voice, quivering
with enthusiasm, shouted, "itlngl King! Thny'vn
signed It I" And 100 strokes on old "Liberty )(ell"
told llio world that fifty-five inrn "who know their
rights" nnd "dared maintain tlieni," had ilofled
the first military nud naval power In tha world I
Thoy did it nt tlio risk ot their lives. Every matt
who signed that acroll committed high Irensoti
nnd thoy Know It I When thu Inst unuio was signed,
nnd when tho flrst stroko nil tho old bell tcaleil
through tbo littlo ball,n dread silcnco fell uion
them; thoy roso to their feet, and, with pnlo faces,
lokeil eneli other in the ojc. 'I ho silence became
ptinfal. It was broken by Franklin; "Now," aald
tho Boston printer, "wo must nil bnng togothcr or
wo shall in-MSMpuntciyl"
It was such men who first unfurled Hint Hag and
jundo It n power. And it will r innln a ;ower ho
long ns it Is uphold bv men llko them men who
caro moro for ltiglit,nml Liberty.nnd Eqnnlity,thnn
for alt thing else. Thnt America, still tecum with
sneb menlbOt proved, nnd so will overy grcnt crislt
O, America ! Loved nud longed fur ! Tlio hope
of tho oppressed, nnd tho nsylum of tlio down
trodden 1 God grant that all thy hotm nnd daugh
ters at homo aud ill other lauds may ovor bo
trno to thy foundation principle uf right, liberty
aud equality, so thnt thy "govornmont of tho peo
ple, for tho )coplc, nnd by tho ikjoiiIc, shall nover
Iicrisb from tho fneo of tho earth.''
"Mall nut 0, bhlp of Male,
all on.O Union. Mrmn and great 1
Humanity with all Its fears.
With nil I lie hopes of future) car.
Is hanging tircattileeson thy fntvl
We know what JIastcr l.ilcl thy keel,
What workmen wrought thy rlM of steel,
Who made each mart, nnd tall, and rope,
Whut anrlls rang, what hammer, heat,
In what ft forge, and what n heal
Wcrn shnped the anchors of thy lionet
1'cur not each sudden sound nud ehocV,
'Tlsnf the wave nnd not tho rock;
'Tie but the (lipping nf the sail,
And not the rent mnde by th" gnlel
In spite of rock nnd Icmpots' roar.
In spite of fol;e lights on the shore,
full on, nor frar to breast tho sea;
Our hearts, onr lioprn arc all with thee
Oor hearts, our hpr, our prayers, our tears,
Onr fflHIi triumphant o'er nur fears
Arc all with thcu ore all with tbec."
Several timo tho speaker wns Interrupted by
bursts of npplnuso, nud when tbo oration was
finishod, tho approbation of tlio largo and atten
tive nudienco broko out into ,. long continued
storm. Wbou tho npplauso had ceawd, Mr. Cnrt
wright movid a totn of thanks to Mr. Cniznn,
which was xecondod nnd carried unanimously.
Thocliolrnud nssoniblngo next Joined in singing
tlio "Bed, Whito and Blue." IJov. 0. M. Hydo wns
then introduced by tho 1'rosldcut nnd pronounced
tho following benediction:
"Oml bless our nativo laud, tbo land of liberty I
May it over bo tho homo of all clas&sniul races of
men! God bless tho Union of the States from thu
Atlantic; to tho Pacific: may ouo ling wnvo ovor all
from tho South to tlio -North! God bless this Ha
wniian nntign, foster child of our American insti
tution! Goid bless nil American residents in there
islands! May wo ov or show that wo have learned
in our mother laud not only to maintain onr own
rights, but havo learned also to rcRpcct tho rights
of others. And so may God's benediction rest
ovor upon us all, King nud pcopio, foreign nnd
natlvo. Glory to God in thu highest, penco cm
earth to men of good willl Amen."
Tho bund struck up n medley of American aira
during which the platform nnd Heats wero removed
from tho dancing lloor, which wns tbcroupoti given
to tho dov otoes of Terpsichore. Dancing w ns con
tinued until about luU v. m., when luncheon was
announced. Ono tablo was reserved for tho inv ited
guests, nnd tlio ladies nud children wero first given
places nt tbo others. Tho tnblos, well supplied
with delicacies by Mr. Lawlor, wero set four tlrntB
biforo thovnst throng, composed of pcopio from
ovory corner of tbo earth, lind feasted, nnd yet
there waH enough for all. Sodn, ginger pop und
loo water woro lrco to nil, nnd no ouoou tbo grunnds
was busier thnu those who wero dealing these bev
erages out to the thirsty multitndo. A moto cos
mnpolltnn mid raorricr crowd of pcopio than thoso
sitting nt tho tables tins novor been seen in Hono
lulu. Americans, Europeans, Hnwaiiaus, South
So.v Islanders nnd Cbliioso formed part of n har
monious wholo. Tho rising generation outbids of
tho lanai found great nmusoment in tho morry-gu-rounds
ono each for bojs nud girl and swings,
whilo tho young men enjoyod themselves with
kicking n foot-ball. Tbero wero nlao croquet and
othor games for thoso who desired snch amuse
ment, whilo thoso who felt it too warm for exertion
strolled nbout tho ground or reclined uudor tba
trees. Attcr tbo Innoh tables woro cleared off,
danoiug was again resumed mid joined in by peo
ple of nil nationalities, tbero being, among others,
several Norwoginn and Portuguese immigrants.
ThostralnBof "Hawaii Ponol" bv tbo band nt 5
r. M., nunouucod tbo ond of tho day's enjoyment at
tho grounds. Everything passed off pleasantly,
and tho special policemen appointed to Keep order
bad littlo difficulty in doing so. It is impossible to
determiuo how many visited tlio grounds during
tbo day, but it is ha to to placo tbo figuro nt threo
or four thousand.
A grand ball in tho oveuiug, nt tho Musio Hall,
concluded tho day's celebration. Invitations were
tssatd to tho Kovnl family, tho Diplomatic and
Cousular Corps nnd Members of tho legislature.
Tickets of ndmlsslou wero given to nil thoso who
had subscribed to tho Celobratlon Fund, and to
bOteral others. Ono oxtra tlakot was also given to
eaoh subscriber for distribution among their
friends. There vveroinnll about COO or (WO persons
who accepted tho invitation. It seemed, iu fact, as
if all Honolulu was tboro. Ev cry possiblo arrange
ment had been inado for tho comfort of guest.
Kiug Kalakana, tbo Princesses Liliuokalani and
Like like, Uou. A. S. Cleghorn nnd many officers of
tho Government were present. Tho guests were
received by Mrs. Comly aud Mrs. l'aty. About
uluo o'clock tho ball was opened by tho Kiug and
Mrs. Comly. Gen. Comly und Princess Likellke,
Major Wodebouso, II. II. M, CommisHionor, and
Madamo Fcer, Moiis. Fccr, Commissioner of
Franco, nud Mrs. Wodcbouse, tlio last two named
couples forming Ibo Rides. Dancing was continued
from that time until after - a. it. on tho morning
ot tho Dili. As many ns seventy couples wero on
tho floor ut u time, nnd many people went up to
tho cmllorv to witness tho brilliant nceno below.
About midnight tho comiuny adjourned to tho
basement, whoro nn excellent supper, prepared by
Hart BroH., was served, and which has nevor been
excelled here. Tho bail wns voted u oompleto suc
cess by overy ouo present, ns was tbe entire pro
gramme of tho day. Every member of each of the
several committees did hi wholo duty nud earned
the thanks of the American residents of Honolulu,
who woro pleased to nco the day celebrated in so
becoming and patriotic a manner, nnd to see it en
Joyed by eo ninny pcopio uf different nationalities.
It will long llvu in tbo memories of those who were
so fortunate us to bo present.
Tbo following are tbo committees und tho name
of tho gentlemen who comjiosed them t
Salutcs.-0. K. Arnold, 0. 11. Eldridgt.
Decoration. J). P. Dillingham, A. G. Brewer,
Wm. Ungcr, J. O. Carter.
Music M. Ji. Jones, J. 11. l'aty.
Literary Exercises. M. M. Hcott, Dr. V. T. Bod
ger, E. 1 . Adams, A. S. Hartwell.
Piciilo. (Grounds, tent, tables, seats end dance
lloor.) P. 0. Junes, II. E. lltbbard, J. F. Keuucdy,
V. F. Allen, 0. 11. Eldridge.
Collation J. A. Hopper, It. Lowers, J.O.Carter,
Amusement. 0. N. Arnold, lit E. Hebbard, A.
G. Ellli, W. 0. Ashley.
Printing and Advertising. Dr. 0. T. ltodgers.
l'manco Commltto. Clans Stireekuls. A. J. Cart-
MoKlnley, Dr. J. H. MoUrew, i. K.
11. Paly, 1'. P, Hastiugs, A. 0. EUU, J.
Trouble in Eypt.
Lu. 1'i.lss Altairs In Egypt nra in u critical
condition, Tho foimer Khtdivo by his reckless
ues nnd tolly, iuvolvtd tbe tuition to tbo very
brink ti ruin, Iwrruwlng wonoy of EngLand and
Franco to carry out hi wild schemes,
lit this state uf affairs tbe present Government
havo been obliged to tax tbo people almost to
desperation. T Uo Khedive. Tew ick, bas been try
ing to remedy theM difUeultios. He bas allowed
Commlsslouers from Franco and England to man
ege the llunnclal affairs of tha Govemment. But
tho tieoiile are Jealous ot foreign rule, aud wlah to
expel foreigners from tliv country and repudiate
their obligation to them.
Arabi Bey. Ibo MinUter of War. has tho whole
army committed to hi sldo aud Is preparlna fer
war. Anarchy reigtuil Will it eud fu general d.
ruptlon? Gatk Hawaii u.
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iliinjhUrlHj )irU(t during thi IiMry tali iff A.M.
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V lUiitt' Bathing iulti, MMerAfaa new, ut A. If.
HilW 101 FfK Strut. 1Ba.
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