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ApmiiUnjj lo llio minister of ImAr-cc's on
I'utilitttot iMtniKiil, tlicte tliouM ImrWii In
the ttr-.tiiiir nn tlic JIM rif list Marth, A 11
nfrf$."'.;,7S.;.ji), inslctsl of ulilcli llierc wat
tlrcUinl lulAiir on luiul nf Init $S,iji7i,
leasing ItifMim of J 11,35s. $S )t itrrsettvmitftt
foi, Were tlit fuir at Riven In the pUle
In v;lnl, our Hip tlRnttttie of Die: minister f
ftrVArwf, Ivpogrsiiiilt-.!!' (uiltr, atiiile lime
list rMpsnl lnr llicif miltMlliMt fnrmtirei
I.MH m lurt Ixrtn mml. ,t neither ctMirtt
I'Mis liavr lx-rn nuili', nor Ah)1 annnunrrrmnt
thtt such arc foitlioimlnci w iwwintlily nc
tunic Hut tliii nmcmnl of pulitle money lut
lern ttcmlrtl iy tlie lmlnlilt Alton In a man
tlet that shuns the IIrIiI How it lias iIImi
iwaiesl, or )iillifr It list pnf, can only lw a
mtller of llie iltikrtt ftinJccliiisM tint, tint It All
rvplAmitwi Piin tw i;lvtn, ami a li.)wiii5 1
tniile ItiMitiiat lfrn etpeiulnl In nlmfiil
msnnet, the Kmrinmcnl It Imlclilnl to the
tt) it of the country In that amount. Un
der inch clrrmuncm, It tres.imc a Iculllnute
ijufiy " Iww much more of tliU klml of woik
U to le Allow nl?" IVople ulm mntrilnile to
' the tupixvit of gnrcininent have a tight In
know ho the pulillc fwmU Ate iIsmsI of
Ami, if An AtlmlnUtiAllonCAnleAlli)rAl Intuit
Ihem In An acrnint mtmitfittv:-inf.lhmi.tnil
Anil tvhl ilnlltr without the right of etictlnn,
then thcte it no lr U their jwselng In nn Ac
count shoit many time Hut Amount I In fact,
the people had Uilcr t once le told that It Is
no rincrrn of thelrt hn their money It nt
the Kovrrnnirnt, lielng ltliully nlisoltttr,
may do at It please. We mlghl say that this
I the fut Instance In the lilitnry of this guv
rinment that such n deficit hat ln exhibited
In the accounts of the ouhllc IreaSiry without
tome cautc WinR Atunol for the inyslciiout
illMfeanince. A deficit of aImuI $S,cx did
once elt under a former relfjn ; Inil, In that
rate, IheAdminlMratlon it'clfncoleil nnouttldc
urRinR to lirlng the proir jvitttc to Account.
Not Only In the mulct ul ihlt $l,55S.5S de
ficiency of ihc government fundi, hut In various
other ixirtlciil.il, doet the thowlng of the
tablet Attract unenviable Attention. A com
lurhion of the receipts ard expenditure under
the piececdlnR mtnittiy, with those occuring
under the present Administration, Affords con
vincinR proof of the criminally lavish anil
utterly incompetent character of tlie latter,
The receiplt of the treasury during the fltccn
ministry were smaller than the)- have Wen
since. Comparing the receipts from April I,
1SS1, la March 31, 18S2, under Ihc Green ad
ministration, ssilh those from April t, iSSj, to
March Jl, tSSj, under the (Jibson ministry, uc
fiud that the Utter arc greater by over fifty
thouund dollars, exclusive of w hat hat liecn re
ceived upon the loan. With levs receipts then,
and without nnylwn, the Ofccn ministry, at the
end of a full biennial period, were able to show
a balance of $156,541.05. ltut the present
Incumbenti of office, after certain of their num
ber had rent their garments and torn their hair
during the last legislature, xovcr the Kr
nwjMr trnrrsirvnnr and trimitt.il Jtlin
jHtncitt of lAtirfmbttiicri, conic now licforc
the public, after only one car of office,
and after having borrovved $201,900, in
addition to the $126,541.05 balance left
them by their predecessors in office, and
admit that their balance of cash on hand is
only $48,230.71, and this, too, when, according
to their own figures, it should be nearly double
that amount. Who can trust the statements
of such men, or w hat guarantee have we that
any item at set down is correct ? Who can be
lieve that no transfers have been made, or, for
instance, that the coronation has cost the
treasury only $9,103.75? It is useless to go
any further into an analysis of such accounts
as have been placed before the public for in
spection by such an administration. Ilut that
candid exponent of ministerial view's, the
Advertiser, with seeming sweet innocence,
asks, in reference to the document vvc have
lccn reviewing: " What is there to find fault
m ith?" and expresses its v, illingncss to "un
hesitatingly put it to our business men, and to
all fair-minded persons, whether supporters cr
opponents or the government. " What sort
of a showing docs the account of the govern
ment expenditures make?" It is consoling,
however, to know- that the credibility of the
Advertiser and the estimation in which its
statements arc held by the community arc not
much in excess of those contained in and ex
cited by the wonderful document it so favor'
There, was a steamer
Press Issued J csterday.
edition of the
rvaoi, laic nimisicr 01 n nance, L
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was yesterday committed to jail by
Justice Judd, for contempt of court.
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A Chinese infected with smallpox com
mitted suicide by jumping from the Madras
yesterday. Several other cases of smallpox
are rumored as the paper goes to press.
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel has secured as
its new landlord Mr. II. S. Grccly, formerly
landlord of Tubb'i Hotel, Oakand, and
recently connected with the management of
the Ualdvxin in San Francisco. He comes to
this dly highly recommended.
The regular monthly meeting of the Y, M.
C, A. was held at its rooms on Thursday
evening last. Reports from many of the com
tnitlecs were presented, and several new
members elected. It was voted to floor over
the gymnasium room to render it serviceable
for the uses of the association. The consider
ation of continuing support to the Chinese
work was deferred till next meeting, at which
time ihe treasurer will present a statement of
estimated expenses and receipts for the cur
The following passengers were booked to go
bv the Sua, up to I r. M. yesterday 1 J, A.
Ulnun, Mrs. Ilates, H. Gray, wife and child,
Mrs lUlstead, Mrs. de U Vcignc and two
children, W. V. Grieve, Mist L. Wilder. E. U,
Adamt, J. A. Shearer, A. S. Hartwcll, wife
and family, Mrs. Hale)-, Mrs. W. C Wilder
and child, Mrs. Capt. Shepherd and child,
Mrs. J. Smith, J. M. Saw, O. Schwartmann,
E. C. Macfultne, N.S.Sachs and twenty
three steerage passengers. The Suet arrived
a week ago to-day. No work was done on
Sunday, On Monday, the vessel was obliged
lo haul away from the wharf, to make room
for "the City of New York. Yet during the
four following days twenty-two hundred tons
of sugar has Jkch loaded ne of the largest
cargoes ex cr taken from this port.
Tint Vwtv Latwt. Tchull'Mtthe latest
coinage of the French vernacular. Nobody
knows where It came from or what it is sup.
rioted o mean. It it pronounced in a kind of
tuning way, and sounds like the familiar call
for a waiter or a cab-driver. It drove the oil
word "chic " almott out of existence. Instead
of tayiafi " Monsieur or Madame So-and-so
ba Jmiie," the I'arulao sa)s now "Monsicui
Of Madame bit Ju fkutt," The "pchutt " Is
considered to be something far superior to Ihe
old "chic," and at Ihe same time more cleverly
loose or loosely clever than the old "chlen."
They can not determine what the "pchutt"
eotvtlts of, but they will tell you who has it
ad who has not, who hat loo much and who
ha loo Utile. They say. for instance, that the
Due ik Moincy and Madame Sarah ltcrnhaidt
have too much of it, and that the I'rince de
Safin Mtd Qeoetil de GaUiHct have just the
rtjMttMut of it. The' "pchutt" doc not
tsK to pttrtntiii only. It U, for UttaBce. very
MfcvU tit tyossua to morphiaUe htftclf 1 but
it it not pcfcMi for a man to drink absklke or
(mm. ,Tmh U pchutt in Ihe way of huacu'ng
yettt htttK, of arranging your household, of
wlioliag yew boottnlkir, of ordering a dinner,
m ttW it Mttott in the club you beloag to,
Mttt dM n)Wcl aad m1Iou opiskiat you
run 1. nut. tin- nrt:rir.
Tff)-, Ultr, Kwnr.1 hr immk, this It It .is ! 1I1) nr
11I tJMttiiVi tfnun cJ fittismi rnn .MMnt
It It nice to be Able In My pleAvint things
of snwnilhy nn object At A benefit pvifiitin-
"" "iicii jiisiicc nnu inclination go walli
liiglothc music of oppotlunlty, the favor of
the erlilc gort dancing After llietn and In hit
he-vtl Ihrte It grnit Joy,
..'!lc,.. "' cncfil iwifonnancc At the
Mutlc Hall last Thutsday night which .untight
Oil! tWt) llllimrlant Ulillts a!hllll Mnnntnlan ..
clely. The first ixilnt It, that a bilmmliig fund
or lAlent It in the gift of our )oung licoplc
The tecond, Hut a ileal of painstaking Intelli
gence It needed 10 bring it mil, Rwat a
luppj- r.irluiiy Hint made Mrt. V.. V. Adamt
secure the coohiaIoh of Me, And Met. J, ),
.Strong, Thai Ivly And gentleman ttiong unite
Nilh Ihe tact and talent of the Attltllc tempera
ntenl with etoerirneeriffliA timn ..,i ..r ,i.i..
olherwhcie. The writer renieinbcitwhen Mr
scrvcil Itt vogue,
There is no big succest In Ihlt modem worTd
ssllhout plenty of luid wotk. One can readily
inaglne how- much of It Mrs. Strong must
have put Into Ihc ilraning of all the long ranks
i I'lcuy maiiicniionl that asseil thtoiigh her
Innds. One may Imagine, loo, how poor Strong
must have danced around when he found there
wat no calcium light to lie had for love or
lucre, ltut the satisfaction of having given
Ilonolulan society such an artistic experience
at it hat rarely had, must have K-en ample
pajincnt for nil the wotk and worry of nil con
Unfortunately, the liencfit wat inadequately
" ifro ' T'IC ''f circle wat only fairly
well filled, the orchestra seals lest so, ami the
lulcony practically unoccupied. Doubtless.
will lw a lame attendance in.n!,.l,i
I Here ccilalrtly ought to lie- for the excellence
ui lire pcriornuncc ami the worth of Its object.
At sharp S the gentlemen of the .Svmnhony
Club took their placet in the orchestra and
gave an enjoyable selection by Cimarosa,
which w at followed by a fibleau, "The In
discreet Monk)" characters by Mist May
Richardson and Mr. C. C. llotsc.
-Mrs. Strong than recited I ant Anderson's
delightful story of "The Kmperor't foolish
Uaughlcr. It is no small compliment to Ihc
laity s voice- to note that it satisfied all the
tcouircmcntt of a bit of reading that demanded
at once a subducil lone and the most cxactine
" K?U5,' ,"."'' MafRucrite," in two tableaux,
was admirably true to Ihc spirit of the poem:
ntiil ilirt-tlitv CCt. - I 11 l '
i .7;; ,1 '"., kw'u ping ami color.
Mkt Cotta Mist wax Marguerite; Mr. S. 11.
Dole, 1-aust: and Mi. Julian Monsarrat,
Mcphisto. Miss Carrie Castle's plaving of a
polonaise bv Chopin, was a tribute to the
training of the ltoston Conservatory of JIusic.
Oflcnbachs operetta, "The lllind Il.mrt .
"", "Kuawij, muugU 001
rcjiitercil, ly .Mr. K. M,
Sw amy and Major
The second nart i.i nrm-Nln.1 1, HMA.i
ctjttiM. !. V. V. .. '. -
",,7, "" tnrmiley, .Marques,
llrown, tiler, Scarborough, Ilackfcld and
Jones, of thc Symphony Chib, followed by a
delightful series of living portraits, as follows:
Marguerite, Miss Cotta Mistj La.Iy Gay
Spanker, Mrs. Strong; Mcphistopholcs, Mr.
Julian Monsarrati An .Kthctic ifaiden; Miss
Cherrie Storrs; I'atiencc, Miss Delia Adams;
The Grand Duke Alexis, Mr. Edward Suhr
(Vi. tl?",.M,r; Clu,le 15u"'1'! Oscar
Wilde, Mr. t. W. Holdsworth: Fortune Tell-
ing, uoou and Mad, Mrs. Strong and Miss
May Richardson; A Symphony in Pink, Miss
Kate Mossman; 1-aust, Mr. S. II. Dole. '
A trio, by Lachncr, for piano, violin and
viola, was spiritedly rendered by Miss Castle,
Mr. arndley and Mr. Ilackfcld.
Then followed the tableaux of " Pygmalion
and Galatea," in which Mrs. J. S. McGrcw
was a handsome and becomingly, costumed
Galatea, and Mr. Arthur Richardson a fine
EI? I most '"appropriately dressed
Mr. T. II. Davits sanir "Tun i. r-
Thrw l N-nn : i.:? ...-,"".,'""""'!
in his usu.il Kir.tw:c..ccjwt
manner, Mrs. Davics playing her husband's
The last tableau, strictly so considered, was
arcprcsentation of Gabriel Max's well-known
picture ' The Christian Martyr." The height
prooortions and necessary position of this
tableau demanded a stronger light than the
locomotive reflector which did so well in the
other settings. Miss Storrs made a nretiv
: Ur,'"T' and Mr- Uos.s a properly anguished
It cocs without saiinr? that U t it t..
Miir " KmorD ,U ,-t!- 1-- X ..
: , -...t....t .uoiiiijty ana eil,
1 tin inp iMffAir . 1 -i
the SUCCeSS of an i-vpnmn nC ,.
ws certainly the two scenes from "Patience,"
which concluded the entertainment. In the
inc, mciwcniy love-sick maidens de
plctcd of their complement, and mustering
onlyfourtecn-camc on the stage singing the
maidens chorus and leading the captive con
queror llunthorncin a leash of floral trappings.
Mr. Holdsworth made a most Wildc-lAic
lluntnomc, and Miss Clara Coney a superb
Lady Jane. The thirteen auxiliary maidens
x."C oXJ,S? CI?ra Cas,lc Sfi Cn" Storrt,
Miss Pha-be Dowsett, Miss Sarah King, Miss
Kate Mossman, Miss May Wilder, Sliss Her
nice Parke. Miss Liuie Coney, Miss Ida
Coney, Miss Cotta Mist, Miss May Richard
son, Miss Minnie Kinney and Miss Laura Rob
mson. In the second scene, Miss Delia Adams as
Patience, and Mr. C. A. Urown, as Grovenor,
were added to the group.
It must have taken a deal of training and a
double deal of patience to make those two
scenes what they were. There may have been
more effective groupings since the days of
Dante, but the writer does not believe there
The following is the programme for the reg
ular Satueday afternoon concert at Emma
Square, commencing at 4:30.
1. Ovinure "litllurfo,",
J. Peer's Much MluUnth,"-.
iwh i-"mr ir, , ... ,,,,,,
6. Two Quklulrpt , ..,..,,,,
The band will give an extra concert on Mon
day evening, May 31st, at Emma Square.
Tlir Shah's Hakem. Not many yearsago
the Shah of Persia never allowed his wives to
show even the tiH of their fingers to any of
the male sex over ihe age of 12. Formerly,
when the members of the harem (ihe household),
enveloped in a black sheet with a veil on the
face, and sitting In a cov'ercd carriage, made
their passage through the streets of Teheran,
the eunuchs and the fcrichct who accompanied
them used their long sticks to drive coplc
away. The European were allowed lo stay
where they bapiiened to be at the time, but
were compiled to turn their facet to the walk
During the but few yean, however, and especi
ally since his return from the tecond journey
to Europe, Nasser-ed Din Shah lias become
rooec obliging. Since that time the Persians
are ordered only lo keep out of the harem's
ulh, and the Euroeant are allowed to con
tinue their way on Ihe tacit condition that they
shall not gate too artdioutly at the nuting
carriage. As far as can be judged from a dis
tance often or twelve yards, these ladles have,
In general, round facet, very large and fine
cyct, and thick and arched eyebrows, which
art made to appear ttill thicker by the appli
cation of a certain dye of very dark blue color,
called in I'ertUn "rang," anil more uch-b'ke
by plucking the hair which may stand out of
the archW line, and chekt of Vermillion.
Their skin, however, as that of all Persian,
with few exceptions, lack delicacy ami white,
nets. Their hutuiet, too, are not generally
eipreuive, and most of them are what a
European lattc would call IntuppoitaUy feu
The world U a4vMtttg advance with it.
A- tVtFltVVvWw 4
oiiiing iiiiiiiiuceii in nan I rancisco siKlely Ihc
t.crman Idea of living luilrAlluie, to capllallv
put 011 the M.ii;c lim rfiurt,l.ty evening. It wat
the hit of the season In l'i.mriu-n. an, ..mi .i...
- T.-, ...... .IV.I ...-
I he men of .Sheeliem nude Ablmeleeli king
iindei IhetliAiliivv-nrtlialiliioeleirielilnlli lice
n the valley. Ilut, while they who Mill snii-
liletl llieie, they vrcie ilaillftl by the tound of
a human v-olce, calling loudly l Hum from
aiivb And, luikliig up, they saw upon one of
the iml-jittilni; twkt of (icrlrlm the young
1...1 1... :i ':. y :".-. j"""k
j... ,.!.,,,, mil, inns niiuretseii inenii "iiraikrn
unm me, )c men or .Shrchetn, that (jod may
henikcn unto you. The licet went foith on a
lime tn anoint A king over Ihem t And Ihey Mid
unto Ihc olivr tirci Reign thou over lit. Ilut
the olive tree Mid until llienii Mull I leave
my fatness wheicwllh by mn Ihey honor God
and go tit be piomotcd over the Ireet? And the
irect Mill id the fig lirct Comcthou and iclgn
")" " I ,"" the fig lice Mid tiniii idem 1
Should I fotxake my tw reluct and my good
mill and go In lie promoictl over the tiers?
1 hen Mid Hie Irect unto Ihc vinci Come thou
and telgn over us And the vine Mid unto
Ihem 1 Mrould I IcAvcmy wine, which chrciclh
(oil And man, mid go lo be piumotcd over the
jrrri?'! hen uld all the Irect unto the brain
hlci Come thou and telgn over ut. And the
bramble mM uiiio Ihe licest If In tiutli )e
anoint me king over ) 011, then come And put
your trust In my tludow ; and, If not, let fiic
come out of the IiiaiiiIiIc and devour the cedar
In lit ptlmaiy appll lion, tills old fable hit
in It n lesson fur llmsa who nic called to choose
leaden, vvhelhcr In church or stale, and It
urgct Ihem lo select the very licxl men that can
be obtained, on Ihc ground that nothing but
illtastcr will result from the appointment of
the worst. Hut It has Another side, looking to
lhosc!who luvc been called lo ImiMirtnnt ilulv
and it t.i)s to them tint, If theyilccllne lo ac
cept Ihe responsibility that it hid iqion them,
whether from love of c.isc, or of business, or
whatever else, then the duly will be under
taken by those who are lets worthy of confi
dence nnd evil vXlll inevitably ensue. The olive,
the fig tree, and the vine are almost always
preferred to the bramble; but, iflhcy will not
accept the trust to which Ihey arc called, the
bramble will luvc no such modesty, nnd a fire
may come out of it that shall devour Ihem all
in one common confligmtlon.
The licst men should be chosen for public
offic. If they decline to accept the call which
is nddrctsed to them, evil men will come into
prominence ; nnd the supremacy of incompe
tent nnd unscrupulous men it detrimental to
the Interests of the entire coiiiuiuuity. These
arc the lesson for to-day which this fable
teaches, ami it would lie well if our cilircnx
generally were to act them out. Wc nil Admit
their truth: wc all Acknowledge their Imimr.
lance; but it it in the practical application of
them that uc fall. V mm- not. ln,l,-,-.l .-,,,..
scivcs nave uccn cuosen to otlicc, anil wc may
never, therefore, have declined the call to any
such position. Hut wc too largely neglect to
do our duty in the matter of designating those
, ... A. ' -, .-.-
irom wnonunc rulers arc to be selected. We
agree that the licst men should be chosen for
the most responsible jiositions in the public
service. Hut what have wc done to bring that
about? We luvc let the brambles in the com
munity do the nominating, and we have liecn
content for the most part to choose between
the persons thus put before us ; with what re
sulwiceds not here to be particularized.
Now here comes in the moral of Jotham's
fable for to-day, and it is addressed to all the
respectable Christian citizens of the common
wealth. Let them all accent the full respon
sibility of citizenship and take the management
of political associations from the primary
meeting upward out of the hands of "Ihc
vain and light persons" of the neighborhood.
and let them thereby secure that properly
qualified men shall tic nominated for those
olliccs, the right discharge of whose duties lies
so near the prosperity of the nation, It will
be vain for them to seek reform in any one de
partment in the state unless they licgin here
with themselves. If public affairs are left to
be managed by those who have ability without
character, they will assuredly be managed in
the interests of individuals, rather than of the
Hut it will lie Mid that politics are ensnar
ing, so ensnaring that it is dangerous for a
Christian man to have anything to do with
them. The answer to that is that duty must
be performed at every hazard, and to hiin who
enters upon politics as a part of the service
which he is seeking to render to his Lord there
is no danger, for, while he is doing his Master's
work, he may look for his Masters protection.
It all depends on the position he takes up. Let
him assume the aggressive, and he will receive
no hurt; but, if he is content only to follow
blindly in the wake of others, then he will be
come demoralized. If he is to do any good,
therefore, and to receive no harm, he must
take his Christianity w ith him into politics. This
is of pre-eminent importance, lor only those
who have neglected this precaution have been
injured by politics. ".Everything," they have
Mid, "is fair in love and war and politics," and
when they liaveliccn taken to task for doing
themselves or w inking at some others for doing
what they knew to be wrong, they have re
plied: "Our opponents were acting in the
Mmc way, and we had to fight them with their
own weapons." Now, in regard to all such
allegations, it is enough to My that it is not
necessary for the Christian to be always, on the
winning side; but it is essential for him to be
always thoroughly upright. Even when he is
in the thick of a political.stiife, he ought to feel
that he is serving Christ as really as-he is when
he is sitting at the communion-table, and his
service ought to be worthy of such a Master.
What has he lo do with bribery or fraud? Why
should he lend himself to any iniquity; and
are there not Christians enough in the commu
nity to make it Impossible for such things to
be done, if only they were faithful to their
The "olive," Ihe "fig tree," and the "vine"
are always more influential than the "bram
ble," if only they will take their proper places.
There is enough of natural conscience in the
community to sustain the men who stand up for
the right; and, even if they should be met
with Ihe taunt that they are only courting de
feat, let Ihem declare that success purchased
by dishonest means is always infinitely worse,
even to the successful party, than a failure
which has been caused by adherence to int
rity. Here It a mission field open to all
v.nruiun men among us. ' Aiasi mat it snouiu
be 50 largely yet a foreign field lo many,
though it be at the door. Hut It must be culti
vated and conquered for Christ, else, in the
long rtn, the "bramble" will eule us all, and
out of it will come a file that shall devour even
the cedars of Lebanon; for, if Tompkins
Squire It in a blaze, it will be hard to save
Hut others will object t "We have no time.
Wc must, look after business and we must at.
lend to the comfort of our families. Therefore,
wc mutt be excused," And what Is that but a
repctitiou of the words of the Olive Treet
"should I leave my fatness and go to be pro. j
motcdovcr the trees?" What will the falnesJ
be gooil fur in Ihc day when the brambles
shall set the forest on fire? Alas I then it will
serve only to make Ihe blare the bigger. Un
less those who have character and ability tako
their places In the woek of government, the
nutlet will get into the hands of the incompe
tent and duhomM, and then there will soon
cease to be any government worthy of the
name, tnd it will become Impossible to carry
on any business with either comfort or succest.
Nothing, therefore, could be more suicidal
than this olicy of selfishness and sloth which
would let all public affairt alone on the plea of
attending to personal butinew. ''This ought
ye to do, and not lo leave the other undone.'
This U as much a part of our butlnest as it It
to look after out iudividual concerns; and, if
we do not nuke It our butlaow, others will
make it their trade, lo the Injury of all con
cerned. Therefore, even if it should Involve a
slight sacrifice 01 time aad comfort, Christian
men ought to be prepared, to make thai sacri
fice on the score of patriotism, as well at of
piety 1 and, ifthatti motive will not influence:
them, they ought still to make it at an io
twaace pramtuai jainM the evil that mutt
atwtwi U public aJtfin tw Uft to those who
hava sMttaW butitMH not 'char actt.
Otlswt, afais, will object thai, kf they at
toavpt 19 take any part io politic, they wtft b
Immnllatrly AttAlt.,1 will, thevllett Abuse, and
" lcy J'lefer In keep out of Ihe tntkt. To
which I reply Hul I luvr inurli tymptlhy
PJlh those vrliii feel a(li-r Hilt fashion, I Ad-
'"it And deplore Ihe Imlli of iticfr ntterllnn.
(' hceii iniKmllilc In ereent mouths to
""J'1 1,le 'nll' ncwtpiiicei, which In to many
other tctccti are cnndiictcil with inch eminent
Ability, without tuirciiiig Ihe deepest lialn At
the tlandcioiit luiioiul llrt In uhlrli il,-.- In.
bilge. Wholesale ilrniinchtliini nre made
without temple and without pioof, Accuta.
limit of I) Ing and tlenllng Arc bandied nhout
froin one to Aiinlher, At If the combatant wrie
ilA)lni Agameof "batllftlorcAiidthnlllccock,"
Instead of nuking the bhekest clurge against
. ' Vi . r' Aml ll ' """'"H fr 1.11c to llilnk
Ilut, ir he were In lake n decided stand on
fome jKilitlral principle In nn netlve way, Ihe
baltcnet would beoiicnnl also on him. Wc
Acknowledge, Also, Hut to nomlintc a nun for
public nfhee ninong tit teeini eifien In be equi
valent lo putting him into Ihe pillory, where
uc n nunc inc target otatlnckfrom every tide,
" th missiles, loo, of ihc most disgraceful sort.
All this It loo tadly true. Ilut It It true imlnly
because Christian men have not gone Into 110
htical orgnnlaHnnt In sufficient Humbert to
control their mot.il lone, and It It to be cured
only by their " taking up the crott " and going
rorward lo do their duty, nt whatever cosl.
"Utopian I Very fine in theory, but quite
Impratlcahle, " )ou say. Ilui wherefore
Uloiilan? It It not to, precisely liecausc
Uirlttlant arc false lo their own principle and
luvc not the courage lo catry out lliclr con
victions? They postpone their pratlec of what
woY . ' ,ol,c ''B'" '" ,,lI ocparment until Ihc
Millcnlmim, when Ihey think It will Ik- easy;
but they forccl that it is onlv bv valbni n.ll.r.
ence lo lliclr principle now Ilut the Millen
nium, win ever lie brought aIkiiiI, for their as
sertion of their principle- in politic will not
be useless. Tlicre'arc enough Chirstlan In
the city and Ihc state, If they were united, to
purify our government Inn short lime, They
I, a. iIii.h 1. 1...f.... I ... .1. . . , . ..
m.....,ui,i- ,i i-i-iwii-) oui me uiisioriiinc It mat
Ihey hive been active only spasmodically.
They have let things go on until Ihey become
unbearable, and then they have roused them
selves and swept nnd garnished the house; but,
after a season, Ihc evil spirits have come back,
for after the improvement was effected the zeal
which obtained it died down, only lo be revived
by a repetition of Ihc old experience. How
much better it would have been to have main
tained continued vigilance? What vvc need,
therefore, i not tint expensive, licriodlcnnd
spasmodic interest in public nffairs, but con
stant niscnari'c 01 iluty In regml to them; and
Jotham's fable, old ntit is, will not have been
considered vain if it stir up the Christians
among us lo dethrone King Ilrnmhlc by taking
the rightful responsibility In the management
of local and national "affairs. h'tv. IK M,
ayitr, tit mrui yon- nWeemfen,
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, i88.
All persons having Water Privileges are nolified that
their Water Rates arc pavaUe. semi-annually, In nd
vance, at the offic of ihe SuiMrtntn,l.n. r vu.,..
Woila, foot of Nuuanuu tlreet, uin the ist'day of
January and July of each year, a 11. WILSON,
s-'l Superintendent Water Works.
.IVwr-. Siif & Ctiffimj,, A. 7. Cart-.urlskl,
tf., atul all othirt conctmtti
You will pleise late notice Ihlt from f -d after this
date no iTomiwory Note, Chec'i, Drift, or Hill of Ex.
change will be signed, accepted or Indorsed by me ex
cept in common with my son Toney C Afong as nn at
testing witneM J and you are hereby nolified not to dis
count, purchase or honor any such Promissory Nole,
Check, Draft or Hill of Exchange purporting- lo bear
my signature as either malccr, drattcr, acceptor, or in
dorser, unless said signature be accompanied by that of
my said son Toney C Afong, as on attesting witness.
Honolulu, May 19th. i83j. ist-st
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms En Suit and Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomery St, Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
A Successful House I A Successful House 1 A strik
ing instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods' way Is
afforded by the Leading Milinery House of Charles J.
FUhcl, corner Fort and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr. Fiahel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and told for what ihey
ore: never misrepresent any article. That Is the policy
of Charles J. Fishel, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest In its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, Is to Honolulu what Macy's Is to
New York. Charles J. Fishel makes a specially of Mil
tinery. tdT The store Is one of the sights of the city.
New England Mutual LIT Insurance Co.
The thirty-eighth annual statement of the old fashion
ed furtly mutual life Insurance company whose name
appears above, has been ssued. Organised In 1843
when little was known by the average public In this
country at least concerning ihe advantages of this
most unselfish beneficent principle In lis application foi
the protection of relict dependencies, the old New
England Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Boston, Massachu
setts, takes rank among the early ciponents of this im
portant ausiliary to the Interests of virtuout and provi
dent persons, as also communities, upon whom charity
nukes many requisitions In favor of the "always with
you " unfortunales of earth. The history of this com
pany shows such a record of management that any
man who contemplates providing Ms dependencies with
th Indemnity afforded by life insurance, may safely
conclude that his contract will be honorably complied
with when the time for payment of hit claim shall arrive,
llelng strictly mutual by Its charter, 110 stockholders or
other persons whatever or entitled lo any advantage,
on over another member. The fact that this company
has uniformly declined 10 entertain any of th many
schemes, catch-penny plant or gilded pill inducsmenls,
by -,likh 10 rope In th unwary gudgeon, that or In
vogue by lets scrupulous companies. It of itself an
evldenc of dignified management, as also th best
possible argument tn favor of Its well deserved reputa
tion of high merit, Iran which no life Insurance Insti
tution titant stands superior. As will be observed by
th annual statement abov referred to, th gross assets
of this cornpans) on th first of January, 1681, wat
$16,110,43.94, against wbkh all liabiliilet aggrcgu
J'J.'57s.S7iW. leaving Ihe handsome surplus est ftr
tint, basis of reserve i,j5,lj4j or if estimated by
th New York standard at 4 K per cent, Ihe tuphit
would, b about rou million iMtutas, or nearly
okjvt of the KNTiaa assct of Ihe company.
We are not a wan of any more desirable Institution lo
be insured wiih than Ihe New England Mutual Life
Ins. Co., and w ire confident that no honorable ad.
mlnUtrotloa It eiercUnl by any corporal ion than that
to long esprtsMd by Ihlt company under th direction,
of IWt benjamin Y, Stevens, wlux personal alien
lion It not omitted In even th minor detail of th
business of his trust. An eiaminailoq of I he applica
tion and form of policy lmwd by this company It re
commended before ponies lotura eloewher.
Messrs Castl 4 Cook , 0
King Street, Honolulu.
Agtnti lor th Hawaiian Island.
Will be found available for oil necessary Information
thai may be desired reining to iheatToixt of this com
pany, 10 whom aptJlealtoa Joe insurant la or agency
lor th New England Mutual life should be mad.
ocwpt check Ho. his. dated Way 14. it, tat
IsJC'TICK.-Tk tacts! smsIsuj of Ms "MUoinn
CCIAX WTK-rrlM my tkmtt Wsttitm
HotttttsK Mr it, iMs, ' 14M.
poll IIONOKONO DltinCT.
'Hi KIiu IMtl.li St.tmiMn
will. MH. ro TMK nov.HAnrn mar
On or About Juim tat.
I'oe flttjlil pf 'm, til-14
'' C. IIHI.WI.lt ft COMPANY.
POR KYtlNUY Via AUCKLAND,
'III Splrndld SlrniniLIp
vtrr xkw voitK,
COItll ., , .. .Cnuimntiiltr
Will Sail on or About Juno 10.
Wo ta now preiuml in lout iLWi, V Sin l',an.
euro uri.l rrtmn fnf Ji5, I In rouml irlp.
fJnnl for tnlpnwni ir iemrcn now U MotM,
Tiro or tlitrir, In llit iirtiroof wmehui near III
for rrelglil or pnitAge, Apply In
, i II. HACKrKLII ft CO, Agmli.
pACIPIC MAIL STRAMSIIIP COMPANY..
J he spltmliil Steamship
Wilt IPAVK HONOLULU
For Ban FmnoUoo on or About June 3.
For freight or n tinge, apply in
M II. HACKFr.t.t) ft CO.. Agenlt.
AlltNT TOR TIIK rOILOWINQ COASriatl
K A LUNA, and
FI.AO :-l(e.l with Whlw Hall.
Queen and Nutinnu Street,
OfTico corner of
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
c. nni'.WKu .t- mMi'Atrr, ,i,Hr.
MerclumtiM received Storage Free, nnd liberal cash
advances mvlo on thipmenu if this line.
TABLE FOR THE
This steamer will leave Honolulu each TUKSDAV
at 4 p. m., touchinir at Lnhaiiu, Maataea Hay, Makena,
Mjhukona, Kawaihae, Launahoehoo end llilo.
Keturmnic will touch at aft the above ports, arriving
at Honolulu each SUNDAY morning.
D W. LAINE,
COitMJSHJOSKll OF IiKKDS
For Ihe Stale of Cal-foinia, for the Hawaiian Islands,
and General Agent lor Ihe Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. , .,
EW; NEW I NEW I NEW I
An Invoice of t7aefal and Ornamental
HANDSOME PARLOR SAFES,
SMOKING. TABLES, complete!
INK STANDS, modem and ancient;
STATUARY, CRUCIFIXES, ETC
FOR SALE UV
E. HOtTTSOHLAEQER ft CO
QUEEN STREET HONONULU.
T IBRAKY AND HEADING ROOM
The Grand Tableaux and Musical Entertainment
WILL OB RECEATED AT TIIK SIU3IC HALL
Tata (Satttrday) Evening, May lBta,
THE FUNDS OF THE AHOVE ASSOCIATION
Notice Is hereby risen that at the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the STAR MILL COMPANY,
held at the office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin 4 Co., in
Honolulu, April t), i83j,the following officers, who also
constitute the bocrd of managers, were elected for the
ensuing year, vltt
W, R. CASTLE President.
j. H. ATHERTON ....Vice-President.
W. G. IRWIN Secretary and Treasurer.
J. II. PATY..,, Auditor.
Notice Is also given that at said meeting, by the vote
of all the stock, the planting interest of D. R. Vida was
consolidated with the company; and, as provided by
charter of Ihe corporation, ihe capital stock was In
creased from $140,000 to $300,000 by an Issue of tao
new shores at $500 each, whereby the loul number of
share of sold company now stands at 400.
Secretary and Treasurer of Sloe Mill Company.
Ho-iolulu. April, 1883. i;o-im
OTICE. At the annual mectlne of
.holders of. the IIONOKAA SUGAR COM-
Y the following officers wera ilulv lrrt..l tern ,Km
ensuing yep :
F. A. Schoefer. , ..President.
I. Holing , Treasurer.
. Renles...... Secretary.
M-Mclnerny... , Auditor.
II. RENJES, Secretary,
Honolulu, May to, 1883.
TJOR SALE, at invoice cost and charges, one bole
f of FISHING NETS, etc, Just received from
the American Net and Twin Company of lloston. Ap
ply to r. A. SCIIAEFER, Executor of th Estate of
M. J. Rose, deceased. lt-4t
WOHTOAOE SALK.-UV order of W. II.
JLV1 Bailey, of Ihe WoUuku Sugar Company, holder
of a mortgage made by Lome (k)and KaJioukllo(w),
hit wife, on Ihe jjlh day of November, A. D. 1M1, and
recorded In th offic of th Register of Public Ac
counts, In Honolulu, In Liber ji, pages 30 and sti, I
am authorized to tell at public auction, at the Cain
House In Wailuku, on th 6th day of May, 1M3, at is
o'clock noon, all th right of sold Lorn la on half of
THOMAS W. KVkRETT.
Auctioneer for the Island of MauL
WtUuku. April 30. i!4. i4o-)t
TSJOTICE OF COPYRIGIIT.-Ile ll remembered
ltl thai on the oth day of April, A. D. iMlTHO-S.
(LIIIKUM of Honolulu, IsUndof Oahu. (e accord,
one with Section j of an "Act la encourage LearalnT
In Ihlt Kingdom by securing the copies or charts and
books to ih author and propnetcrt of such copies,'
approved on th )tt day M December, A. D, 18&4,
has steuoelted la this oAce I he till of hit book,
'HAWAIIAN r-EHNS." a synopsis taken mostly
from Hooker and Baker, with nddtilons and emend.
lions, adopting U more especially lo th Hawaiian Is
lands, by Edward Bailey, Honolulu, II. I., th tight,
whka h claim at owner and provrietor.
la teetussoay whereof I hav hervunlo set ny hand
and caused Ik tea) of th Inlcibi Deimrtmenl lo be
otUed u llooolulu, this day of AtwuVA. D. iM l
If-em JOHN E. BUSH. MlaUer rf IntetlJ:
NOTICE OF AMtGNMRNT rOK THE
HKNEriT Or CKKMTOB&-. Notice Tjt
awresy given loos kaunaj tesn ssastf, c itoaoiuiu, hat
(kit day road an tutgnmeei to tttt uisnWlgnd br lit
tsetwat of W credsue. AM paetve Dsslisg ta oU
JUa-Hia OhsM or keeebymitiii to tssta psyaseol,
oTLatfetl oui ttretstKtflsfaal BtLatsViaSkaW 1JB lamsssa? Isrfatl attaasisotsl avatts niia ,
UtngHu. CXmg an tty sMtttWiiCaVw
HooUra. H. I.. AtwH m. iMs.
IUllltrrrO i5sIJ a .ir.ssmtWfcnia.
aasl ttaal itttrtlism at 1 Htjea, Q. TIWUTO,
eJTy UATtKIALS trttUr KtstteaU
" "- -.-.--T .--111 . m 1
uu.aalaw t avtsflem. saAejja. esL
nrim Saturday press
To1 Irliitiiiir OlHco,
No. 0 Kjtahu'manu Sti cat,
IS NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL WORK
The- Hlgheat Stjtlo of Typofrrnphto Ait,
WEDDING, VISITING OR DUSINECS CARDS
'S- - "
LETTER, NOTE, STATEMENT or BILLHEADS,
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK,
BILLS OF LADING,
, .ft. " ,-
1 . ,.a -4' ,tt'i -St V -1
Ig aid Hcraiile r?ali,
Z!JU , .
The abov, la conntctioa with th long-sublIshd
Enable lh undcrtl:d lo by (tsim lo compelency
In all deportments, as each Is under th car of
WW carry MUm of ptwertlor Mtttmc BLANKS
of M deecrluiou, or (or sveUal sloe or class of
At ocjee Bootaowabt align itaj Sa oJ mm. - -
t?nturirise phed company,
Cotmrof Qurnin. IMInturili Mierit, Kofwl.l.,,
II- J. AtWKW, IW.itTor,
Infojmt hit W.ivls and Ihe i,l,ll: ,Wr.lly that he
has ntMrno.1 li.ln... .. .1.. .1. 7. - . . '. .
.,-... ....,.. H. ,., M.m nnfj not
mode tM.l.i rrangem.nti f, a
Conlinti'rtlt suf Af of
rrts.lt Genii of tlie Vary Htt Quality,
which ik win. nrrM eo sai x
at tiik iawi'.st possiiim: riticia,
u.i 'if ''"'t' hr !,,n M " """Hiin, M pins ll
Mibl(e en.1 to me.li t pen of il.eir ttiron.g., '
A LAr, trixu or
WHEAT and OAT HAY.
WHOM: on. OROUNI) IIAIII.KV,
CALIFORNIA an, OREGON
HOW OW IMKI1.
Orders tolirlird an.) ullsfactlon guaranteed or no
t'i-fln WVH tit-CUi
pilE HONOLULU Y. M, C, A. ROOMS
Arts Now Opttnad Dally
TO THE PUBLIC FROM A. M. 10 o P. M.
A pleasant and commodious reoling room, at Ihe end
or Ihe hall otniosile th front enlrance, Is well 1ihle.l
an.1 supr.lleil wiih comfoitabl chairs.
Periodicals of latest iloles and olhr Inlertlln2 ro,.
Ing tnttier Is t.ovlde.1, lo which will eoon be odJed
Intereillnd- iram.e .,. .. l..n.l .,..1 . -n
"''je nnlfult for writing, and a pleasant j.loc for a
1 . "iii" eiiierioinment is irrely ottered.
Hie parlor Is (illeil up for Imuit of tumfort, and
Ihe weary and ln.ied ran liei (irwl cheer ami com
rort. Hi's rooms are ojwn lo Ihe free use of young
men or thee Islands, and lo all wlio come from abroad,
and a cordial Inviiailon Is herewith eslended Income
and male use of these comforts and conveniences and
feel lhal you are 01 home.
Aside from general enlrrtalnmentt we shall offer, on
Mondayeyen ngs, lo all who desire, the opportunity of
studying bookkeeping wiih a coinlent leather, and
shall endeavor soon eo provlile for othel evening cU-s
or this nalure, requiring as payment nothing but gentle
1J"! n,,,,.hl 's nmiy tot entertalnmenls, and o(Tefe.t
to the Iiblie for all legitimate psirinset canslslenl wiih
Ihe association, as the most desirable audience- room In
We ahall endeavor for Ihe mutual benefit of loth
emplojer and employee to conduct as far as possible an
To Ihlt end we Invite communications upon this sub
ject from all persons on these lilonds who at nay lime
may 1 In want of help, assuring all such that we shall
do all In our power to lomptly point out the desirable
tiersons, not however, always assuming the responsl.
bilityror character, as many of our applicants will be
entire strangers to us.
W lw Invite communications from any who have
comfortable rooms and hoarding houses lo oder at
reasonable telCes as we ran thm-l,!,... ,.vl. .. .
seeking desirable homes.
Our aim Is to assist young men In all legitimate ways,
and to this end we .hall ntw. 1 ..!.. ...M-r...
any subject, with all, for whose mutual benefit we can
work. Address ISAIAH BRAY
H' General becretary Y.M.C.A., Honolulu.
D. M. CROWLEY, UPHOUTERER,
At J. II. BRUNS' Jr.,
Corner of Klaux and Baikal Strtxtta,
It a Thorough Practical Workman.
COME AND SEE.
Every Description of Firvt-CUn
Sodtlintx and ITtirultttfo
II STOCK AMD HADE TO OttlU.
FIFTY VARIETIES OF SILK
Aad other Ccrrarlnca aad Trissoatlac
For Parlor Suits, Lounges and Easy Chairs.
SOLK MAHl'rACTVRER Of
Tne Seta flcalth-Ktsttring Luxury of Ihc Agt,
" Tate Botrton rsstrlac Bad,"
"Nature's sweet restorer, Balmy Sleep," Is to be en
Joyed In the most profound profundity on the
Bostok SrxiNc Bku.
See them before sou consign yourself, or your friend,
or even your enemy, ta that anliiiuatetl instrument of
torture, the ordinary Honololu spring mattress. Sj6-iy
nOSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
Arrangements having been completed for the Issuing
of domestic Postal Money Orders by the Post Office
Department, notice is given that from and after May
III, money orders will be issued at, and can be drawn
on, either of the following named Post Offices ;
Honolulu, , Oahn
Lahaina , , Maui
Wailuku..., ,., ...Maui
Kahului ,., ,...M.ul
Kohala , Hawaii
Lihu , Kauai
Koloo..,., r .Kauai
Al"y, ofthe abov Money Order Post Office, an
order will be Issued, on application, for oily sura from
on cent to fifty dollars. The following are the fee es
tablished, which ere payable by the appticaot at th
time th order Is Issued :
For any sum iiwt eiceeding $) ,., j cent
Overt and not eiceeding tio..,, lo cents
Over Sto and not eacecdmg Sa), ,, i$cms
Over Si and not eiceeding to , so cents
Over $oo and not eiceeding $so ...,. ascents
No order will be Issued for more than finy dollars.
When a larger sum U wanted It must be procured In
two or mor orders.
An order cannot be Issued on any post omc ucpt
one pf the abov named money-order oAces, until notice
not been given that it has been mad a nsoney-order
An order b payable on presentation, only ol th oAc
drawn on. and th person to whom it It uaid msssi re
ceipt fur the unouM.
Bonk applications or kept at each money-order
At Ih country money-order office, certain days aad
hours of Ihe day. will be designated by Ih Poetmaotcrs
when money ordsn will b Issued.
No money-order business lrnsacted"oq Sunday,
Pamphlets containing mor full details of lb money.
cexler system, can be hod on opplicotloo at any of lb
Foreign eootwy orders cannot be losued until snooty.
order treaties bat been mad u ouch countries a It
may be dcsirabl lo ettend Ike system to.
, , . .. H-M.WHITNEY, P.M. a
Honolulu, April, M IM-im
"pHE " SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. EXOLING Co.,
AV , .VsiMaai St., AraWafsi . I.,
Sol agcrut for these Island. A full tin of lb
, XTrtr Mrl,
atst " aatsserler"
aad tfUlurtt lor to torn ohrtrt la stock.
JOH WORK PROMPTLY DONE.
WOU LMaUmV VUILMM
aekoJ .iiaiiols 1m tk yttfaa of lis UIUUm W
slfatafctsa Utsnryaiid taaeSW txiom Aassitsea
STls. ssjsssst4 stsw tastJtrtaa7aAWfcAt.
by not. tstisttlji saerU osadTL la. watte e
israMifisUiMt. rartiot aiilM smieiiin trtt
aaaaatttaaf laaMlUliW sPaaaa j1aaliaaBaVttaaaaa otaaom
a aavtjskit AA owaaaatjraVaHVfaVaV eae7aaBaa1 aBL. ami fats aammalesiamat
Kaplnl.ssl lrli, ntta 11, tRiM,
tOMMITtt or AAhori.st.
tie. I. It si,ri..
A, R CUtkom,
II, A. WMemem,
II. H. Mtrfubn,
I. K. WISEMAN
Program an a.
Rill lll Ctmm.mt ml ta i,Uu ilf,
c.M,l.,l.uU ""' nlU dl'h' '" ' !
-rfur.v.n VI V.UI',
'Hilrd-Hennlng Koce, on mil ll tin UfiMf.
lil hofws tr having Ufur incced llttn ,;,
sVIt.llifJa...f... rt.. . ....
f, , .i.-.i :: i "7.?.. ?r. . na
..... nv, ,r., w furiON,
h'"!!!"?; '.'"cr K' "" mlu u,'.( "f m swt
w.l 1 1 kin'lm " vr it han,b high J catch
lIl?illir.'i,!I"l.n "'i."1" -1"" S epn I all horaet
wbi In the kingdom that have never run at KapfUnl
Elevrnih-Trottlng Race, mil li, best t lit t, w '
harness, owners 10 drive.
Tw.ini. I'm..!.... If .... ...
.1 -. , '"""a ., smemne; ire it all hoes
thai has neser run In tnr uoblic taaV.
TJilrteentli-Frxt Race, Bicycle Race, etc
l'urs. will U arranged aoott as th managemtnt
can conveniently iU so.
.t.'L'"" ?"t'M,, '? tht '"" "X" I "Ier
final i '"' tni ,Mr ktl, "IH l"
At'l Running Race win U nixler i he nte of the
No r,,,,itj, wi u ,intl on th Paik ground. '
All horse, lhal ore sold in pools will be rated out.
I ermlll lo Iraki horses at ihe Park track can be ob.
tamed from the secretary.
lockles' culors must accompany enlrance fees.
In order lo secure and nudnuln order, no one will be
allowed on the track without th Association bodge.
which cn l i&d .Wl '.... k. u--. .. ...
trouMZ " r m IM ruK
ADMITTANCK TO TUB PARK.
. .. joe
Admillonce to the Grand Sund. '.'.'
' - J- E. WISEMAN, Secretory.
npHBRES ALWAYS SOMETHING
That we feel a little anaiout for you to know about,
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Respectfully calls your mention to their
STYLISH BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS, .S
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BOYS', YOUTHS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHINOs)
In make, qualityand- stile to grnenl tinpcettllons of r$S
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S. COHEN CO,
No. 17 Nl-uasii; Sthct... HoxoLl-ur.
QOMETHING WORTH READING.
J. E. W I BE MAX,
iTertt Estate Broker ami General -si
No. t; Muchakt Srrur, Hokoicic, H. I,
I have now several neat HOUSES and COTTA0E3
lo let in vanous tarts of 1 tonolulu and suburb. Abo.
Some good Budding- Lots and property to sell.
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