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SATUROAY. JUNfl is. M.
I'ublkathan tsrr It at Kashnmantt itrt : tld.
Mortal looms it f Tori Irwt
Suherrlrrrtt and Adtettlaefi will tvlrstte uMim
TIIOS O THRUM. PnMt.rtf,. ml PftvltlM.
I! C DAKIt lathenatlr aulrrwtrrd a rent far
the I'HBSS l San Praiwlerea.
All roaltrt few the SatuttLty t'tess tttmttd b
,l,lir.,l I. Its SArUHDAY I'RBSS.
AitreetWesaaeetle mttet b srnt Iti by Friday nttean.
No Mtsr1let for the tHfrMl Law,, rin t ttaran.
IrHNtwhn eeelt tel tale Adee-dlra will malt.
Ihe number of hteettlemt ttrttrnl, Irenes wMch dst
they rhiiin any ml to marked win be charged J
Dontse-t-rshtmn advertisements, rult Ami Itrttii
lypot will not t-e admitted Inlo our rommne i
neither wlU adrexttHHtteaiti t admitted into "trad
nf rrdnmni. at any pilee TWte inlet wtB t
llatMIr adhered lo.
Notfcre l any errata of Inlrtrat Ittnlplttnc en
IS other lexsjHHwrinatwTbe-thanhrlty ret-etresi
for twiDlerA Ileal, CettTr-epofsdenta are teatstesteal In
append Itaaalr tle itntetest t alt cewtnvemkatlemt,
11 t '., pnMlratkm trrtettitrtly, (nil e fril;
that the writer It at tits In moat faith.
lorn, I run.
Thr- I'm Isrrdanr wau nprncsl tor Intfrir lust
Ttw anion pmM medium al the V.M.C.A.
I. til )ivr ofctMrl rntrantfpngl)'.
Thr Stie trWfd
-' Krr, cnRilltttlc
vtsrtmliss; with few pe
might Mr) a. hty mail.
The latJtlrt of Jl)
roenmitttc ttttl lust
int i in
lltttttrinn lltatl, too Ulr fnt
Die Suet iMtifantetl the opmlng of ilie
nrw lamlinar of the 0. S. S. Co.. I')' crocking
Thr .tnnwal eaaminaiinm of I'nnahnu laqatn
) trnly, and will becontinneil next Mnnlniy
1 ml Tnetrlay.
Thr libel agalrat the Mlt Iwiini; lircn
.i,ljuinl, tlwl remel preeeerletl on her way
laic laai ThttratUy.
Tlwre ill lie weial clven lay AleamlM.
Ilr I. O. 0. T., at Knifjlits of l'jthiM
Hall, net Monday night.
The t'lljr of New Voik Im lieen tleljynl in
San KraneiKO for rerwira of machinery, ami
Mill le due here to-iiwrrOMr.
Mr. Weil, Mife of Jacob Weik, Mho mcM
uvrr on Ihe I). C. Murray, jumped oreilwanl
on May toth, ami wa droMneil.
No musk thl nflcmoon at Kmma Srpj.ire.
The laid Mill rIvc a mounlight ctmccil on
Tucvlay, Jtme 19, at Lmrna Sriu.-iic.
Mr. Crtuan's Sumlay morninr; theme will lie
" The Two llaptram, ami In the ccninc he
Mill talk Mith ytwirt; people about "Yokes."
The ll.ittalUn Marine Inttirancc Coniny
1 In-'inr talked atwut aa the iKMihte name of a
!wiblc ortMnitAtion, to have a capital of
The Nonantum, sixty-tno days from Ncw
(Astlc, hrouf;ht tMO lady pawerrger, Mho were
Irantferred to the V. It. Dimond for San
The Martha Ua it left ItosWm the 2nd dav
of June. Ilrewcr & Co, will put on another
vt-svl to nil the 12th ot September, prulbly
The Mitijon Children's Society Mill meet
to-night at the residence of Mr. J. II. Athcr
t.in, lmlovl of at Mr. S. N. Caitle', as prc-
Jlr. James Vol has sent the Saturday
I'revs a vanillic of the "Puuhue" bultcr which
gaineit the first tirUe at the sliow last Wejnes
ilay. Tor uhicli, thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Allen hayecone to
Makawao, Maui, for a sojourn of to or three
necks Mr. Allen hoping to be relieved of his
asthmatic trouble by the change.
Mrs. J. II. Hendry has !ccn appointed to
the milrpn occupied by Mr. Scott, under Mr.
Atkinson, Mr. Scott hating been promoted to
the principalthip. Mrs. Hendry Mill reccic
One of the prire chickens at the recent show
tarns out to have lieen stolen from Superintend
ent Wilson of Ihe water works. The Chinese
who stoic it sold it to a citiicn who entered his
purchase for. a pme which it Mon.
Messrs. J. Williams & Co. finished two
views of the Hartford last week. One of the
stews was so excellent in all its details that
Pasl-AssUtant Engineer Scott declared he
never saw so correct a photograph of any ship
There Hill be an citended examination at
Kawaiahao Seminary on the 20th and 21st in
stants. On the 22d, the anniversary exercises
will 1 held at the Kawaiahao Church. A
cordial invitation has lccn extended to all to
Mr. D. M. Crowley has received a letter
from Mr. Henry Somers, steward of the
American bark E. I l'ettingill, which left
here some time last autumn, for Sin Francisco
en route for Cork, mentioning the safe arrival
of that vessel.
There will tic a free lecture on "The Edu
cation of the Deaf andlumbM at the V. M.
.'. A. hall, at half past seven, next Tuesday
evening. Mr. Amasa I'ratl Mill be the
lecturer and will tie aided by the pantomime
of a deaf mute.
The Morning Star will probably not sail till
next Saturday, owing to the non-arrival of
Captain (larund, expected on the Hope, to
take command. The usual exercises will take
place on board shortly before her departure,
due notice of which will be given.
One could not help Mondcring last Thurs
day, whether the crown lands of this king
dometle might not have been made to produce
a better platter of ohias than the mealy saucer
ful that dtsadorncd one of the tables at the
fair. They were a mangy and unticautiful lot.
The central telephone office was delighted
during most of the week by inquiries about the
overdue steamer. Such time as might be
spared from the arduous duty of connecting
.was devoted to the praiseworthy kindness of
assuring Ihe ungrateful amicus that the steamer
had not yet been sighted.
I.Ait Tuesday etening, Mr. Julian Monsar
ratt and Miss Clara Coney were made man
and wife, Mr, Crutan p.i forming the cere
mony, lljth the contracting parties are well
known in the social circles of Honolulu, and
have the best wishes of a large circle of friends
Including ihe Saturday Press.
I-ait Sunday the Madras went on a short
cruise. Alul foity miles out, the tiossiblr in
fected bedding and bunking was sunk. In the
evening the Madras steamed back to her an
arhoragc. Many people licliei ctl her to be the
New York or the Sue, and were consequently
iHtappolnlcd when her Identity wai ditcovcicd.
The funeral procession of the late Princess
Kcctikolanl will start al 2 P.M. lo-moiruw.
Forming on Emma street, it will proceed
along llerctania to Nuuanu, and along Nuu
nnu street to the royal mausoleum. The pro
fession will be under the direction of Cov
et nor Domints, nnd will doubtless bcclahoratc
The Giretlc very properly suggests that
better means ought to be destsed for landing
the Chinese at Ihe quarantine nation. At
least a nairow footway like that near the
marine railway might lt placed there, withvut
injuiing navigation in the least. In that case
the ClJnese would lute no reason o complain
x that they were being land ctl In a way that
Caucasians would not tolerate as they now
The following is the coierninent's version of
the lasprr matter, as It now stands. Alter
ihe shooting, Caspar was arraigned bcfoic the
l11rc magistrate of lllkj who tick) him o
ajtpcar IxMe the July term of the Supreme
Court in Honolulu, Actliu: Asalvlanl Attorney-
Ueneral Whiling, while Til II llo, lookctl Into
the testimony concerning the shooting awl
tallsficd himself that an indictment against
Casricr would not hold- He so informed the
otcrnmtnt, ami the recent action was Ihe
Ulicic'i Ihe NewVorVf To this Mr.
. M. Oat, Jr . with that linetpiiilof genial
oaitlo which nukes his lume a liouschold
maul, made bulletin boaid answer testcrtlay,
r .. 4. .. .. 1 r."
ttioiuiwif --nttli 10 rany r.ntpjireist
rhe City of Nw Yolk l evidently detained.
t 'auic, unknown. I'tolabllitlcs Storms on
he Atlantic, snu-ilidc. bridges blown down
il late cyclone, lad coil, broke a crank-pin,
alley epujcu, uroosiyu unugo oiown, wait
'I "' Juidan-'ir any other man. For varl
ulari, apply to Wiggln."
The MUlon ChUdrtn'i Society met at the
i, M. C, A. hall last Saturday eu-ning, with
a cotiiiiaiallvely (malt attcnilaiife. The usual
ports were read anil much interesting dUcus-
irWH canied on. The following are tbe olvicvti
tlt-ct f.ir lltr rnauitu; trar !r U I tnrr
ii prr.ulmt i r. I l.tnnm, su,
plWHiitit ; Mr t Italic lthl.m, se-iiri.ttyi
Mr. W. Hall, t rc-asnr rr ; Mrv IVnTit I.I
itml Mi M. V ( It.eniU-rlttln, h"tm- uinl fm
rkjtn arrrrurit-s Mr C . M I i.hr nnd Miss
Nmtitn were nvmlr rlcrtise mrntl, r Thr
rirlj- Mill rtKTI ! nighl fll llir hinf f Mr.
S. N. I'Mtlr.
Thrf h rm enhllillhm al Ihr nfficr nf
Mr, II. A. WUIrnwinn wnmt urn flmir hlrh
luii the ftppnmnre of th tinnt Nvrn lairh.
Thla rtrmr l ihr prorlBrt of prw pfffwlrrl
liy Dnrtm I'mlrn tf Wnllitku, Mini. Tho
lro K fint ilrinl I7 t A Men frttll UyinR
pioett. It ihen H lbtnth mill hvlnn
nine rullri. atrnrMtd In three aria. It l ihrn
Ntlierl, It i rlKlmwl h) the rfnti.i if the
Sroreiu thul Are ami Itatf pnumU nf Ihia lain
ont Mill make an mitrh pil aa Iwrnl) clghl
pnwnde of iwial. 1S4 mny lr maile fmm Ihe
tarn front in the fi.llnttlng y 1 ly inlitftj;
ith rnhl watrr, placiiTn a 1 loth and then
ltolllng ft alxrol tnrnly mlntttea.
.Mr. . D. Minns' It
I. Mrnoaj haa jnal mmplrlnl a pic
lure nf Ihe rtinntnst horae I.an.rfiiril
to ihe order of Ihe owners.
.Milca tmtlirrt nf
Hawaii. Ihe picture reptesenla the horse,
rhtden at fall speed on the KapMani I'ark
track. The scene h eailytlawii. The land
scape Is Iiiamontl Head in Ihe Iwehgrnunil,
ami a sectfon of the course and it interior in
the fVtreftrrmirt!. The thief effect Is roticen
Iralnl upon the hore ami his ruler. The ani
mal is coming diagonally to Ihe frnnt. Hit
action Is slightly fmeshoitened. I lis muel
are tense ami swelling uitli the sitain. the
carriage of the head and neck ami the espies,
slon til lite eyes Is fine.
Ijtat Satttrdav the nnnlveraaiv irathetlnt' of
the Oahn SitrHlay achonls took place in the
huaement of Kaumakaplli Church. Thete was
no nrocesaion, rs there was last year, and as
had lnwn pnmiisetl. Thirteen schools wctc
tepresenteil, ami rather mote than two hun
dred children were In the 100111. The ex
etclsea, which included singing, bible qties
tlons ami kindred exercises, were conducted
hv Mr. lohn Kalama. ieitrral atttM-rlnlrndnt
of all the Sumlay schools in O.tliu. The room
waa htightenetl by tastefully prrpareil Imnticrs.
The exhibition lasteil from 10 A.M. until 2
r.M., nnil was Interesting to all present who
hail a real interest In the religious wclldtclng
of Ihe native race.
The silversmith Mork of Win. Wcnncr's
establishment tion the coffin-plate for the late
I'tinccss Until, show ctl to atbantagc on its
completion, mounted on a cushion of datk
kott, with ailter cord ami t.nt'cls lmnlcring its
etlgc. The plate itself was shield shapetl, and
otnamentnl with silver fctni, maile nnd kiikul
leaies, between which was the inscription!
Ka Mea KicVir
Kutlt KcrlikcUni KeanrLtnl KaiiAltctatina,
Kaikamahtnr a Patisttl a ma KeViuinaod,
Hanau ma Honolulu, Ojhu, INmluale 0, xltt,
Male ma Knilua, ttattatl, Mel 4, t&Zj.
Tlic coffin was made by Mr. C. E. Williams,
similar to those of Hawaiian royalty hereto
fore, but confined to the two woods, koa and
kou. A catafalque has been draped and
decorated for the occassion.
In the survevor-cencral's office work has
been progressing rapidly of late on Ihe scry
imortant map of the Kalihi Valley. There
are ocr three thousand nieces of land in the
rona unmet, 01 u.inu iron, locoti 1 lean 10
the salt lake of Aliamakai. A larcc number
of these pieces arc in Kalihi. The fragmentary
nature 01 tne moik, a vemame cnaos 01 inca.
lions, makes the work of mapping the various
lots very like putting together the blocks of a
Chine: putilc. When completed the', Kalih
map will Iw of great value to the many in
terested. A map of the Kona district of Ha
waii is now taking shajie. Mr. Sereno llishoti
i at work in Iihaina. Mr. E. 1). Ilatdwin is
at work on East Maul. A hydrogranhic parly
under Captain Jackson, is at work in Kailua,
Hawaii; and, in many directions, the office is
doing neetlctl work well.
The breaking of Mr. Atkinson's connection
svith Fort-street School took place yesterday.
Examinations Merc held of the various classes
under that gentleman's crsonal charge. The
cxerciics Mcrcattcndetl by a large number of
arcnt, anxious to express their sorrow at the
termination of Mr. Atkinson's principalship.
The examinations showed the progress made
under his able and conscientous tuition,
l'riies, Mr. Atkinson's own gifts, were distri
buted. Onlwhalfof the other pupils Master
Willie C.recc lircsentcd Mr. Atkinson with a
magnificent folio edition of Shakespeare, and
a table-stand. The subscriptions amounted to
fully $75. In reply, Mr. Atkinson attempted
to make a few remarks, but failed through
emotion. Mr. Scott, on Iwhalf of Ihe teachers,
made a few jvtrling retnatks, expressing the
regret of himself and colleague at the severance
of their relations. When Ihe school broke up
there was scarcely a dry eye in the room.
Many of the elder girls, in particular, wept
bitterly. There was no member of the lioard
of education present during the day, although
Inspector llaftlnin was present during Ihe last
part of the dat- and shook hands most cordially
with the retiring princiiul, as did all the
mi: 0TJir.1t isi.ASJts.
The Kohala cane shows decidedly dry
weather, and rain was much needed at last
The case of varioloid on Kohala Plantation
may probably lie considered as recovered, as
the patient was out on the veranda when the
tress corrcsonUcnt wrote.
Dr. Y. II. Enders. of Wailuku. has iter.
fcctctl a process for makit taro Hour. It is
claimed that from this taro flour an excellent
quality of poi may be made.
Dr. Fanny Wetmorc. of Hilo. daughter of
wr. v 11. numore. met Mitti a sail accident
on Monday, June 4th. Her horse tripped, threw
her off and broke her arm a compound frac
ture. She has great sympathy from all her
ttorlable Ice machine was brought here bv
the Lady Eampson. It was ordered for Mr.
iiciu a uiiuii 01 iaiiaina. 11 is saiu to work
like a charm and to turn out Ice at a cost com
paratively small. If it wotks well, other plan
tation owners Mill doubtless find il desirable to
hate similar machines.
There sailed from Hilo. Tuetdav. lune cth.
Ihe three-masted schooner Emma Claudma,
Capt, W, Matson, for San Francisco, carry
ing three hundred tons of freight. She carried
as passengers Mrs. E. P. llaker, Mr. D. II.
Hitchcock and wife, Mrs. A. II. Eocbcnstcin
and son, ami Mr. W. J. Cortcadcn.
At the foreign church, Hilo, on Sunday
evening, June 3rd, there was a missionary
concert. The services were unusually interest
ing. It was called "the lather anil Mother
I.) man cienlng." Judge F. S. Lyman read a
very interesting paper written by tils mother,
giwng reminiscences of her early missionary
work at Hilo. After this Father Lyman rose
from his seat and gate the audience tome of
his cxverlcnce of hit early work.
tiik ji.tcc.tuK Kxrnur.tijiJiKxr.
At Music Hall, last Saturday evening, Mr.
Macrabe was urcctcd bv a verv lame audience
on his first appeauncc In Honolulu, and the
urn ot nit series 01 three entertainments,
llcforc bcctnnini! Ihe neiformance Mr. Mac
calie maile a short, compact speech at 10
Ihe nature of what was lu follow. From be
ginning lo end the entertainment was a suc
cess, and was fully appreciated by Ihe audience,
as shown by the frequent burnt of applause.
ai a vcntiiioquiti. .sir. aiaccaoc 1 one 01 trie
best this community has had the pleasure of
treating. So natural and cifec were the
sou I is 01 interior animals, ptotluccil by him,
as if comint! from different parts of the liall,
that a small poodle dog which hail lain very
luicny in tne rap 01 rut mittrew, upon lieailng
ihe grutf "bow wow" under the Mace, row to
1 he defensive, thowinit hit teeth and eradualiv
lm.-lln.ing hit loir toward hit ears, ami il was
with some difficulty thai hit mistress succeeded
in controllng hit dogthip't lciiicr. l'reviout
lo the cnlciulnnient ihrie was a qucty among
people at lo how Mr. Macratw wat to enter
tain an audience fur an entire evening, alone.
Jt Is only necessary to say that hcitid il, and
u the large audience dlijienul there was a
Kncral murmur of ojiproval which belokcncu
c degtee of appreciation fell.
' -- I IM
There wat 1 grand Doll's kettledrum " it!
San Francisco last month at U'nal ll'rith Hall,
al which foir bundret Uullt and one-third at
many children were on the stage at once.
Canadian etporlt for Much, I S3), .how a
lining on 01 nearly $500,000 as cornturctl with
the cuiictwiuh'iig month in tSSj, The loi
(wrtt exceed lhcc of March, iSSj, by $ti
000. I ..II! ,
Thai Connecticut i louse lut (xaiscd a bin
creatine a Hoard of Pardon. It will renuirc
the uiunhrwui vote of lire board to giant a
nir. .laiiii t i.n it n, snon;
.1 Uriirml 11 ml Drhillttl lt"rrl)llin.
The llnyal Hawaiian Aqtlcnln1r.1l Kocicty'l
fair has lirrn a tierea nnd a failure. At a
IteginnlnK. as an eatnnt nf what future fairs
nut I matte lie, It haa lieen a pronounced
siio-eaa. Hut as an ciptwltloti of ihe natural
resoattcea ami the iiMletlal Milvancement of Ihe
rtwnliy, it haa lieen esreollnrjly iiin.ttisf.tc-lory-
alihmiah, In special lines nf exhibit,
Ixtin Ihe Imfltrlnoua prmliict nf Ihe mill ami
the Iniltiatiial twrrsa nf tlie lal.tn.lt have lieen
ITpriwisttsl. It Ts In mi apitll of specious
fault finding thai the I'tetw feels culled titwitl to
pslnt out Ihe demerits of lite ealilblt made Iat
Vrlnetlay antl Thtitsday. With the agticul
tuntl intttcats of the naiion lh Picas It In full
accrttl. With Ihe avotsetl ntqeets of the fair
there might lo lie only sympathy antont; Ihe
sensible anil tlilotlc, Hut the aoelrly It slag
gerlng ntttlrr an inculms in having the real
purport ,rf na exlatence tlwatfrd by the sstitd
"rojTil." A hateful sound has "toyttl," lo
lite eatsnf the leaser people In Ihe klnptlom.
Why, Ihen, should the agricultural Itltsi in
Ihe aoclelj's title I dwaiietl by Ihe cxptes.
sirely Inapposite adjectlie "royal t Why, also,
should an agileultural society In Hawaii be
headed liy.tme not hluiself on extilcncetl nc
ilrulturlat ? The titular toinfoolety of chihrt
play knlghthooil la the w-otk for royal figure.
In lis claawlfienllon. the soelctv covcrctl the
grountl of desirable exhibition pretty that
mighly. In the fits! dlsiaimi, nent entile, (lie
sltoMlni maile would base been ctctlitablc to
many Ameticnn fait, and included Diithams.
Jetwys, Ayisliltea, Ilnlslclns nnd gt.itlctl milch
ami iieel cattle. 1 lie second ills ition, Itotses
and mulca, sras alniul ctptally sitting in int
imites! antl in natlse stock. As an cntnesl or
what may he done bv ludiciotia biccdim? in
these islantla, the native showing was in nil te
spects cnoutaging. The third division, sheep,
ssaa not so lully reprcscnlctl as it should have
been. Initial beint! the ontv island cxhibitint.
nccotding to the catalogue; in reality, there
was uti exiiitniion, as tlic sheep tlltl not unite
in time. The fourth division, swine, svas repre
sented by nine pens; taken at a whole, n good
showing. The liflli division, toullty, was
more noticeable for curiosity than for utility.
In the sixth division, dogs, scvetal cross-breed
dogs were shots 11, ami the kennels were too
small ami ilbatranged for a satisfactory showing
of good points.
All the aliove mentioned divisions wctc ex
hibited in the open lot cast of Kichatd street and
fronting the harbor. In the rear of this lot was
a large tent in which most of the following
divisions were exhibited. The seventh divi
sion, daity products, was Confrnctl to five
exhibits, four of butler nnd one of cheese.
The eighth division, fish, consisted of n few
German carp, a brace of terrapins and three
eels. The ninth division, domestic ntniui
factutcs, was reprcscnlctl by a superb collec
tion of twenty-live callalkishca and by noth
ing else. 1 he tenth division, agricultural
prtttlucts, was interesting so far as il went.
Unfortunately it went a very short way.
That there should have been only two exhib
itors of sugar cane and only two of inanu
factutcd sugar was the most eloquent evidence
that something was decaying In the agricul
tural Denmark of the kingdom. The eleventh
division, horticulture, was much more fully
reprcscnlctl, anil Mas, in many ol its leattites,
exceedingly Interesting, The twelfth division,
machinery and ayricullur.il implements,
though full in a few lines, was, as a whole,
meagre anil inadequate. The miscellaneous
exhibits included an omnibus, cans, wagons,
wagonettes, carriages, rockatvays, phaitons,
buggies antl gigs.
The arrangements of the grounds were in
the main excellent for the comfort of stock,
the advantages of display and the convenience
of visitors. For much of the success of detail
Mr. J. S. Webb, secretary, and Capt. John
llrown, superintendent of the grounds, have
been rcstionsihtc; and their efforts were heartily
seconded by the directors nnd very generally
met half way by exhibitors. The following
necessarily brief description of individual ex
hibits is comprehensive of everything cata
logued antl of all additions thereto save the
very few which, inadvertently, many have
The exhibits of horses and cattle were per
haps the most important, antl certainly the
most generally attractive of all. Notwith
standing the fact that several of the finest
specimens ot liorsc-ltcsh on the islands were
absent, on account of their being in train for
the coining races, there was still an admirable
showing, giving to such as have lieen long
resilient Here a lair. Idea ol the great attention
that has of late years been paid to the breed
ing of fine stock from the clumsy but povv erful
draught horse to the lithe and agile racer. The
array of well-bred imported stallions was es-
ticctallv line. Amone tnosrt wnirn tt-prp ex.
hibitcd the following are especially worthy of
mention: 1 numph, a dark tiay saddle stallion,
was owned by Mr. C. II. ludd. lloswcll, a
bay carriage stallion belonged to the same
owner, a handsome and docile animal from the
stock farms of Kentucky and from the best
trotting stock in America. Waterford, the
well-known crey thoroughbred racing stallion,
was exhibited by Mr. Charles I.ucas. King
William, a fine grey trotting stallion, was
shown by Mr. John McKeague. Mr. J. K,
Porter exhibited-his lay stallion Ivanhoe, :
fine animal. Among Hawaiian bred .stallions
may be mentioned the following: Prince
Henry, an ebon black stallion, It, months old,
owned by Chief Justice J iidd. This handsome
little creature is of lloswcll stock, from a fine
bred Haw aiian dam. Captain Calor, a bay saddle
stallion, was shown by Governor Dominis. I A
pair of fine bay Hawaiian bred draught stalli
ons, owned by Mr. W. II. Kicc of Koloa. re
ceived the first prize for that class; and a first
priie was also received by the same gentleman
lor a pair 01 Mack tnrce-year-old carriage stal
lions, bred Ity'him. For an iron grey stallion,
4 years old, and bred by him, he also received
a second prize. Mr. Rice's exhibit was es
pecially creditable in many ways.
Among the' imported marcs exhibited, by
far the finest was the mare Maude, owned by
Mr. II. J. Agnew. She is a handsome bay,
very fast in harness, and comes from the finest
stock; withal, she is gentle. as a kitten. There
was a fine, large bay draught mare apparently
having a Clydesdale strainexhibited by Mr.
I.ishman. For Hawaiian bred saddle mares,
the first prize was awarded to Mr. Henry
Watcrhousc. A first prize was also awarded
II, K. II. Liljuokalani for 'the latge lay car
nage marc I.ady Woodhurn; a second prize
was also received for the bay filly of this marc.
.Mr. u 11, jutidcxiiiiiitett i.ucyatm liny.
The beef, buttt and milk-producing indus
tries were well represented by many of those
agriculturists who have been paying such intel
ligent attention 10 tins inijKitiant orancu 01
latm work, mere is no room lor tictaiien
description of the tinny, fine cattle exhibited,
or even 01 tnose whicniiook prizes lor which
reterence It made to the list lielow.
Ilcst liniKiilcd Durham bull, Oxfoid Duke,
C. II, Juild; best imported black Angus bull,
J. I. Dowaclti Uil imiwrtetl Jersey bull, II,
It. Macfarlane; U-1 imiorlcd HoWin bull,
Hon. I McCully; best Hawaiian tired Dur-
liam bull, Hon, I- .McCully; second best.
AVictnne ami irutnam ouu (Hawaiian orctl),
II, Watcrhouse; best Jersey bull from the
Wootllawn Dairy, 2nd prize. A fine roan
Durham bull was exhibited by Irwin & C0.1
also, several Hawaiian bred bulls of Duiham
slock, owned by C, II. Judd. J. I. Dovvsetl,
In addition In hit black Angus bulls, showed
some oilier fine cattle, noticcahlcamong which
were a pair of fine Hawaiian bred Jersey cow t.
II. K. Macfarlane look Ihe frrtl prize for a
I iair of fine Imported Jersey cowl, 1,. Mc
.'ully the fust prize for JJol.teln cows. (int.
potted), II. Watcrhouse look the first prize
lor a handsome laiportetl Avrcshlic cow,
Tbepigt were fair to tee, though mini of
them were In completion daik ami in weight
not light. 1 lit Malesly King David exhibited
a fat I'likcr, icady for the lleshcrt whlllcli
Caspar Silva and il. It. Macfarlane, each an
ltntrtt boar; II. F. Dillingham, thtcosowtj
iiaijiar sqiva, an nnporuii sow) 11. Cictke,
one tow with a litter of seven pigs ami another
with nine pigs.
The iHMtltry exhibit was made by Charles
Iaicat, biainah cock ami two hens C!aar
aura, intec luikcvt ; 1 . rv, rtainaniel, two
game Cockt and two game hens 1 W. T. Mon-
utrat, one trio game ; A. Jaeger, one trio
leghorns; II. F. Dillingham, four chickens
RoUit l.lahman, four tumbler plgeoiit J Julius
Asctij rive sons 01 pigeon 1 .". A, aionuirai
three sorts of uii'vons 1 A lacticr. one lull 01
Hawaiian geese and one pair of Avlcsbury
duvu t'tdge llickerton, threat artlaiically
wLng-clipiH-tl Hawaiian cucsc.
Divisititi seven, dogs, was not a thoroughly
good one. Hut there were a numlier of h'b
some, a uumlier of ugly, a lot of welbbted ant
a kt of ill-bred, many big, many bony, some
ecnllrmanly ami Udv like and toma tlccidetllv
disagreeable dugs, doggies and tloglings. Miss
Sadie CUikc't black tangaioo hound "Tutk"
was the tallest, Ihe gauntest and the rncast un
comprumlsing looking canoqaaurupcsl In the
show 1 and Mr. Mat Kohn't setter tlut SJtl,
wat the prettictt. Mr, A. S. CUghorn exhib
ited a naiKWoiiic pair ui giejuoumit j ana .Mr,
W.J. llrodic fit 1-splendid mastiff pupa, ..nly;
a lilllc less in aire titan a Shetland pony, and
aa gloomy looking na a ministerial smile. The
othet dogs were " Iimi numerous fur mention,"
Reference is hetc made to the prlrc list giviti
On enlrtlng Ihe rear artl, III which was the
central tent, trie lirat object of inletrai was a
collection of farm wagons made by Mr, f. J.
in the trnl, Hie central pole was intrtnimleil
by a circular table, on which were atrangetl
eleven its of fftm, admirably rtintiattlng in
iha, structure and shades, nf dull or vivid
On thiee lablei lo the Irfl vvete atrangetl
the following rutlclci, in tlic ottler t'f inentiiiii,
On the fitvt table, it collrctlrm nf twenty-five
calabashes manufactured from kott, kou aim
coconmit, vvete exhibited by I'rlnccMa t.ikcllke.
Thlt beaiiliful collection pomprehcndetl Ihe en
tile cntaloguetl division of domestic manti
faclutes. On the same table were vaes of
loses exhibited by lion, A, 1'. Judd, Mr. I.
O. llergcr, Mrs, ChailcH lltrnnlng and ,lr. K
W, Mncfatlanc. Mr. A. S. Cleghotit, Mr. H,
II, Dole, anil tithett whose exhibits were In
adequately ticketed, ctinlillmtett vases of cut
llowers. Hon. A. I', ludd conttibutrtl n
lieautlftil collection nf phika, ami Mrs. f. I',
aril n class of nlnk tlnletl brUL'mansi.c. From
tlic gardens nf Mr. C. Afottg tMiibe characlcr-
isuc examples 01 tivvatt plant growth were
sent, together with a Imsvl containing two
vicious-looking terrapins ami n vtttc In which
were two snake-like and most unaimctlrliiir
it the mauka end of Ihe second table were
three kegs of Wnlmanalo sugar, one keg of
IVpcckcti sugar, a sack of Walm.tmilo rice ami
two sticks of h.ipmt frnni Ihe Kona coast nf
Hawaii, .sir. joiin cumminga nnil .Mr, c,
Afoni! tlescrvc ureal credit as the oulv two of
the many Hawaiian sugar producers contribut
ing this gtcaleat of our staples. Ranged along
side Ihe table vvete thtee Ire rhests mnlnining
bultcr, contributed by 11. K. Maif.nl.tnc and
by the Wootllawn Dairy. On the table vvat
butter sent front Knlni.i Ranch, Kohala nnd
by the I'uiihuc Ranch of .Mr, James Wood,
Kohala, The latter butter gained the first
prize, to the marked dissatisfaction of some of
the exhibitors, one of whom MtecatcaTlh.it a
jury of housekeepers would be more apt to
judge Intelligently of the merits of good, bad
ami indilTctcnt butter.
On the same tabic Miss Irene 1 1 had a fine
collection of cocnanttts. Next In this was the
interesting exhibit Of the Allien Taro and Fruit
Co. of Wailuku. A fine lot of alligator peart
were contributed bv nn untickctcri contributor.
Mr. C. II, llabbct exhibited a plate of Manila
or Kalihi mangoes ; Mts. J. O. Carter, a bas-
kci 01 tunes grown on tier own place; .Mr.
Philip Milton, ,n, large plate of beautiful nnd
luscious cranes from his home on Klnc street.
These grapes averaged two antl a-half pounds
a hunch. Mr. Milton also exhibited some
peaches. From " Sunny South," Mrs. C. 1'.
Ward sent three mangoes of n variety not
stated. They differed in shape antl color from
most of the familiar varieties. From the "Old
Plantation," Mrs. Wanl sent a magnificent
bunch of one of the varieties of the native
banana and some cocoanuts.
Mr. C. C. Coleman exhibited some interest
ing samples of ramie plant, ramie seed nnd
ramie fabrics. Mrs. Kaia contributed some
pretty specimens of seed wotk. At the makai
end of the second table was a bunch of magni
ficent taro contributed by lion. J. SI,
On a third table, to the left of the entrance
lo the tent, was arranged a fine collection of
filly trees in pots by Carl Willing. Mr. John
Kid well had a beautiful collection, including
ferns, crotons ami assorted plants. Miss Agnes
Clark exhibited half a dozen ferns; J. M. Dow
sett, a single fern; A. S. Clcghorn, .1 collection
of assorted plants; Hon. Mrs. II. 1'. Illshop, a
collection of ferns anil caladiums; Sir. F. Wal
dron llarthalf, fifteen varieties of fruit trees;
Mr. A. Jaeger, a collection of palms, crotons,
tlraccnas and assorted trees; and Mr. S. 11.
Dole, half a dozen ferns. This portion of the ex
hibit was all that might be desirctl. So far as
it went it would hav. been creditable to any
Ranged arounil the lent were a number of
carriages exhibited by Mr. G. West, Mr. F. J.
lliggins, and Mr. S. J. Shaw. 'An omnibus,
made by Mr. G. West, attracted much atten
tion. 1 he Wainianalo Plantation exhibited n
fine double bundle of sugar cane, and Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co. eighteen varieties of sugar
cane. Mr. G. McLain and Mr. E. Doyle,
horse shoes. Messrs. 11. F. Dillingham & Co.,
Castle & Cooke, C. C. Coleman and W. W.
Hall exhibited agricultural machinery and im
plements. One of the features of the show deserving
special mention was the box of ramie plants
exhibited by .Mr. C. C. Coleman.
. It was a lively scene within the big tent on
Thursday afternoon. A very large proportion
of the foreign portion of the youth, beauty and
intelligence of the community was represented
in the assemblage. Fashion, forgetting lo lie
very fashionable, was cool and comfortable in
linens and lawns and a number of fabrics that
a man may be pardoned for knowing very"
little about. A great many children collec
tively ate a great many sauccrftilU of ice cream.
A great many ladits did likewise. A few re
porters did ditto. And the only outwardly un
happy jterson present was the door keeper,
who sv-as obliged to sit with his head in the
shade and his legs in the sun.
When all has been said, when one has suffi
ciently blamed the cane planters for not send
ing cane, Ihe rice planters for not sending
paddy, the banana planters for not sending
bananas, and th'c fisherman, hucksters, market
men and housekeepers for falling to exploit
their specialties when all has lieen said, it
was a pretty good show. And all the people
saiu jvmen 1 save a very young man Irom
New Yotk, and he. havinc once been secre
tary of an oramre counts annual fair, tins nrr.
An othcial list ot prizes; will lie published
rOVUTH OF JULY.
Pursuant to a call, made' bv Mr. U. W.
Laine. on Iwhalf of the Honolulu members of
the G. A. R., n small number of Americans
met in one of the parlors of the Hawaiian
Hotel. Hon. R. M. Daggett, United States
Minister Resident, was called to the chair,
ami Messrs. I', L. Clarke and R, S, Smith
elected scctctatics. The following gentlemen
were then elcctetl a preliminary committee of
twentv-seven with power to choose its own
officers anil fill vacancies! Messrs. A. I.
Cartwrmht, M. M. Scott. Henry F Ilebliard.
John 11. 1'aty, Dr. J. S. McGrcw. It. W.
Ijalne, J. 11. Atherton, J. R. Morrill, C. II.
i.itiuuge, ir. .-1. Hawaii, Samuel l-iotl, 11, .si,
Whitney, J, K. Wiseman, Morris Ilyman,
George Stratcmeyer, 1. C. Jones, Jr., Dr. J,
II. Rogert, F. Godfrey, S. M, Damon, Dr.
Henry Emerson, (Jetirgc Ashley, S. M.
Carter, J. M. Oat, Jr.r II. F. Dillingham,
I. N. Wright, F. I.. Clarke and It. S. Smith.
The American Minister Resident declined to
serve on Ihe committee, though expressing
himself in full sympathy with tlic movement.
The secretaries were Instructed to notilv the
gentlemen elect, antl ihe meeting adjourned
until last lucsttay evening al thu same place.
On Tuesday evening the committee met In
the same place. The following gentlemen
sent letters declining lo serve on the com
mittee, namclyi Carlwricht, ICIilri.luc. I'alv.
Jones and Alheiton. Mctatt. E. I', Adams,
W, W. Hall, Dr. W. A. McAllister, James
iouu ami v.. i wiiiiams were electee; to nil
their places. Dr, McGrew was chosen chair
man and Mr, Wiseman secretary. It was theti
decided that the chair should apminl a finance
committee. Pending it tp-xiintmcnt, a gen
eral tliscttssinn ensued of how bett to cele
brate the day. So far at formulated, the pro
gramme will lie as follows) Salulet and ring
ing uf church liells will uthcr In the day, ho
eatly at may lie, Ihe "Antiques ami Hor
ribles" will parade. There will then bo a
regatta pn the bay. AIout noon the usual
musical anil literary cicrcltcs will take place.
In the evening thcrcwlll tic a ball at IheSlutic
Hall. Messrs. Emerson, Whitney, Noll,
Lame and .Stratcmeyer were np-uinlet a
nominating committee to appoint al least two
memliert of the following cummilleet On
bell ringing and salutes, on printing an. ad
vcitUing, on grounds, on literary exctciset, on
" Antluc and Horribles," ami to rqxirt last
night at which time the finance committee
would be appointed.
1 1 .
A terrible plague hat appealed near .Sulci
ifunla, ItiTutkcy, and physicians u-nl there by
the Turkish Government lo investigate the
nature o the ill.smc iiavcbsvii urlvtn away by
Ihe excited Inltabltanlt,
An international congress of societies arul In
dividuals Inttmted in I lie protection of chil
dren will beoiend in Pant on Ihe 1 Jth itt
! 1 11 1 in
Since Jimmy, tvtulinyt ufc-csun steamships
0 c laurieu mi-citr-wi inousaiui antl Hgni ruin
died immigrants' to Picgon.
1 n .
Moody and Sankcy .- la New Yoik.
in it iti:i.tiiiorn mi itx.n.s.
I'.niroR HATt'RtlAV I'Rr.-n Sir Honolulu
should be proud of her secular newspapers.
Without exception their column are clean,
t'nllke many newspapers published clsewhete,
Hawaii's tiCMttaieti ate not neii tcMert
through which Ihe foulness and indecrncy of
he "shuns" Is vuutcd Into her homes.
It Is a subject nf cniigratuMtlnn that the con
ductor! of our secular taer have learned thai
It It not necessary that a newspaper should be
vile In order lo be "blight," putrid In order lo
l "newsy," or wicked In nnlcr In be .witty.
More than lhl, the I'rciw and the Garette air
worthy of all respect, and the thanks of nil
good people In this kingdom ate due them, for
llirlr enrncal, Imld, manly utterances In favot
of lcniier.iucc, rlghtcotttnets, Rood moral! ami
In matkctl contrast with Ihe manly Hand
nnd courageous titlctances of Ihe Press nnd Ihe
Garclle Is Iho silent, non-cotnmlllal, cowatdly
courts; pursued by the alleged rellgiotn newt
Mlert, printed in English, here In Honolulu.
What la the province of a rcllglmn news
paper ? It should "be mote than the organ, the
mouthpiece, of a mere sect. It should be n
featleaa levulicr of morals and religion ll
should ! a leader and educator, a vigorous
tonic to the moral thought ol the community
It should be Imld and outspoken In defense nf
the right, and in condemnation of the wrong j
it should sternly and Impartially rebuke sin,
nnd nil attempts to debauch public mntali, no
nutlet where that tin tutks, or such attempt
it made, in (mtacc yard or in Smith's IrfimJ; it
should fearlessly advocate good government
nnd a high standard of citizenship. In n word,
upon nil questions that touch the well-being of
humanity it should have opinions, nnd datc.lo
cxptcss them. This certainly is not too high
a standard or loo much to cxticcl of relicioua
journals. Unless n religious new spatter duett
such wotk, ofwli.tt practical use Is it lo a Com
Judged by such a standard, the two alleged
rcfigioui nevvspapert, printed In English, in
Honolulu, exclle only pity or contempt. Umn
what public question have they dared luridly to
cxptcss an opinion? Take, fur example, Ihe
absurd ami foolish coronation, with its attend
ant htiluhuta indecencies. In the presence of
thousand thete was revived nnd enacted nn
old heathen orgte, utterly indescribable in lis
bestial indecency. Il was in direct violation
of a law of the kingdom; it was debauching in
its cfTccts ukii public morals, for little native
children for weeks thereafter, on the public
streets, copied the Indecent and lascivious
movements of the dancers; It was a lasting
stain and disgrace lo the king nnd court under
whose patronage it was held) it was a world
wide reproach and shame to this kingdom.
How the columns of any religious licvvspatcr
worthy the name would have burned with
righteous indignation and stern condemnation
ofsuch bcastiality. Vet we look in vain in the
columns of these religious mollusks for a single
sentence against this outrage upon the public
inoiatj, while one of them publishes a long,
fulsome account of the abstifd coronation styl
ing It "A Great National Event."
Take the matter of the observance of the
Sabbath. It is patent to every observer that
the example and influence of those high in au
thority in this kingdom ha, for some years
(tast, been steadily anil persistently thrown
against religion and moral, and in favor of
secularism and a revival of paganism. One of
the shortest road to accomplish this i lo pros
titute the Sabbath. Hence, in direct violation
of the law pf the kingdom,, the Sabbath is the
favorite day for royal picnics and yatcliing
parties, antl parades of our famous standing
army. These religious newspapers calmly look
on, and nrc dumb a mummies. They tlo not
lift a finger or utter a word to counteract these
Take the treatment of the Madras. Here
were hundreds of Chinamen, and n number of
Englishmen, cooped up in a ship sailing under
Ihe Hritisli flag, which the incapaciiy of our
Iward of health transforms inlo a rolling, toss
ing pest-house. Precious lives were needlessly
sacrificed, and the entire crew and passengers,
shut up' for week face to face with death in
it most loathsome form. Civilization fail to
furnish another such case of oflici.il brutality.
To look day by day upon such outrageous
inhumanity inflicted upon one's own country
men it would seem ought to stir Ihe blood of a
corpse. Hut "the chaplain of the household"
has not yet learned even of Ihe arrival of the
Madras, if we arc to judge by the column of
the newspaper of which he is an ctlitor. The
other pajier, which by its name pur)oits to be
the especial friend of seamen, is also dumb.
Take Ihe last outrage committed against
the morals of this community the establish
ment of the new "grog-shop" opposite (he
bethel church. One of our religious news
papers, published three weeks after this new
gin jtalace was opened, has not yet heard of It.
The other courageously says: "We had de
signed to' say something in our little paper
about the new 'grog-shop' recently opened
in Kingstrecri but our neighbors, the Gazette,
Press ami bulletin, have tlone it better than
we could have tlone." And then follows four
teen lines of very, very mild rebuke .of.the
wicked rum sellers in general, and this one in
particular, but not one word in condemnation
of the conscienceless cabinet, which, in viola
tion of its pledged word, issued tlic license,
without which this saloon never could have been
opened. A man of straw would have had
more hackbonc. Of course, we all regret the
licensing of new grog-shojis, but if we must
have them, there seems a righteous retribution
in locating this one just opposite the church,
where ministers, the ever..icady atiologistjor,
and admirer of the premier. And if the pre
sent "a good a government a we have ever
had in Hawaii," intend to grant any tnoie
licenses, another good location would tic on
llerctania street (mauka), just lieyond Emma
The ready answer lo all this will be. that
"a religious newspaper should not dabble in
politics?' And Ihe ready reply to that cow
atdly subterfuge it two-foldi First, it is not a
question of politics, but of humanity, of
morals, and of religion. Second, while a reli
gious newspaper should not be partisan, it should
freely, independently and boldly,- discus
politics in their moral aspects and from n
religious point of view, and it should fearlessly
demand good government. Every religious
journal, worthy the name, published in hng
land or America, dues this.
1 (linking men among us acknowledge the
downward moral trend of this nation during
tne jtast twenty-live years. " wnat are the
causes?" it frequently, sadly flaked, Cer
tainly one u( thu present causes of our rapid
moral decline i tlic utter lack of couracc in
our religious journals printed in English.
iney snoum be leaner, should quicken the
public conscience, ami mold the national
thought, on all questions where right and
morality nreJnYolvyd,, Int(cad of. (his, they
utter no word of counsel, of warning or re
proof. It seems that they arc of the kind
" whose strength it is to sit still." The editors
of, thete alleged religious journal would do
well 10 Kinder Ruskin's statement, that "the
r intra ol good men Is worse ttian the
wicked deeds of bad men."
" On the fence " is a uxir place for a reli
gious newspaper,- In all public questions,
where morality and the good of humanity is
concerned, neutrality, or silence, is virtual
indorsement, of the wrong. X. Y, Z,
Honolulu, June, 7, issj.
The only comment which the editors of the
Pics feci called uiwn to make is this: Hun-
dicils of thousands of honest, honorable, able
ami fearless inch believe tint churches and
pastor and religious papers, at such, ought
not to mix or medilt) In. politics,)
A 1'I.K.t roll rOLKH.tXVK,
i am not a Christian, either by profession or
practice! but I am a believer In Christian for.
giveness, If a brother ofTfiiil me seven times;
seventy times I am linlikcly to forgive him
mote than half a tlozen timet. Vet, I am a
good ileal ashamed of the four bundled and
cichty-four timet in which I fail in what I be
lieve to tie cnttstun nuiy ma uuiy 01 every
man to every other nun, -Murder, outrage,
rubliery. every man hat a right to icsiit and
dciiounrv ami help to puniih. Hut the minor
onenset; against tne quiet (11 society, agaititl
opinion anil against personal comfort uuglit to
lie treated with all the tolerance of which
human nature, assisted by Christian leaching.
it capable. The race doc not like to be
driven. You may teach men anything by
Undoes, blows are rarely effective. At I
sail before, every man. hat a, tight (moist,
denounce ant) help tor wnih great wrongs.
Those wronui are not cicat which meri-lv
annoy. Wc may not like our neighbor t
house or his clothes, or hit personal habits, or
hit public opinions; but it ouchl to be unruit.
lakably cleat that he U Injuring cvmmunlty
ptucr ami health antl morals UJuie we have
tne law 01 nun, or taxe inai niuen uutuseti in
ttiuuicnt Into our own hands.
I think the ChrUtUru of thlt community
lack toBiMhktg of that Christ-Isle tftizlt in their
dealings with thit fuHows. 1 believe thvt the.
standard of llonohtlan moraUty among Ihe
vttikeas-U tvkh. 1 tttMlttc ktlcadaac at
chiinhea Is an earnest nf vimethlngltettei than
Ihr iH-rson.il popularity of the llnnnhitan
clergy. I think ld, religion, duty to ones
fellows, are something more real that mere
phraseology. Hut I al think that lietter
Christiana, brtlrr ritbrn, mote faithful public
ervnnla ami In political lad Mood might
exist here If tolerance had a better footing In
Ihe community I do nn mean that eternal
vigilance should sleep, that ImiI men should
lie countenanced, t lint tin In high placet
should lie winked dt ; )et I tlo mean (hat there
ought to lie n common ground nn which pure
ami upright men might meet, where rsonal
dlrTerenrrn infeht lw' nettled and whetc fotglve
ne might follow those faultt which reforma
tion might condone. I'AIK 1'I.AV.
Tiinsr. vvnv.it " i.uvv.ns.
Eiiiiok SArt'KliAY VnnSlr: A very
lame dtfeiite I offered by the Advertiser of
Ihe I3th Instant regarding the dlach.ugc of
''alleged cuted" leKtrt. 'I rie article In ques
tion sttyi that Ihey had lieen tent lo the hos
pital to lie (rented, with .1 view to ascertaining
lieyond Ihe shadow of a doubt, at to whether
Ihey Mtrc confirmed Icperst or not.
Now It would be inciintltlcnt lo discharge
them, Ifjhey were not curett, nnd II I grossly
Inconsistent to "ohtige ihcm to reHiit Ihcni
selvest at stated tierlod, " nflcr having been
" carefully examined nnd declared sound " by
Mich a Iward nf medical expert a " llcaconv
field," "Nero "nnd Fitch M.I). That several
of lliosc discharged were cutctl I denied by
the most Intelligent physicians in thl city, and
even bv one of Ihe iliscliarccd leiiert.
If there I nnv doubt In the matter, the mib
lie have n tight to the licncfit of that doubt,
nun snouiti ticmaiiiiil.
The attention of the United Stnlc covcrn
merit has been officially called lo thl matter
Iry Surgeon Tryon, The local authorities of
-San Francisco have also begun lo treat It
seriously. Vet, in the face of thlt, the present
board of Incainblcs continue to carrv out their
half-way measure, which are ilolnc mote to
iptcan the cutsc than any plan that might be
If Ihi covernment continues lo tiutsuc (hi
absurd course laitl out by Ihe premier and the
physiclandn-charge, then It I high time that
there should be outside interference. That il
will eventual v conic sccina hlclriv ntoliablc.
nnd I believe it is earnestly hoped for by every
csltlcnt uhd has the welfare of the community
at hcarl. Olrsr.RVr.R.
IXIHHtSV.MV.XT OV Jilt. A TK IX. SOX.
Honolulu, II. I., tunc 12, iSSj.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Honolulu,
ly Dear Sir: In common with man'
othets in thi community, I tegrct your retire
ment from Foil-Street School, which you have
done so much to inspire with life and order
ami place tiimnn basis of progressive uveful
... i ,.r -t. !,.!..' 1. " ... , , ,.
iit-. 1 nu ui iny (.iiiiiiieu nave niicnucil H
now for nearly two years, nnd their progress
and development have been highly satisfactory
lo me, nnd I desire to express my appreciation
and the hope that you will place your execp-
uuiia, .juuiii..uiuii-t iu tne. aciviec ui many iikc
myself, vvhowivh to give their children the
best educational advantages. With great res
pect, very truly yours,
Ilf.NRV M. IIcnson.
.i.v ixnmx.txT mtiTox.
Eiiiiok Saturday Prrss Sin Last
Wednesday, the American sloop-of-war Hart
ford was visited by Her Htitnitflc Malcslv's
Commissioner, Mr. Wodchouse, and by Hi
Portuguese Majesty's Commissioner, Mr.
Cnnavatro. I happened to be at the landing
when those gentlemen came ashore. As thev
left the ship, the Portuguese flag was run tip
and a salute of eleven guns fired. Why was
not the English flag raised, nnd why was not
each commissioner accorded the salute lo
which his rank entitled him ? Hriton.
.It; rour.iax xr.ws.
JclT Davit ha been verv ill. but is now be.
licvcd to be out of danger.
Sullivan, the champion boxer, asnircs to be
come a champion base ball pitcher.
There has been a matkcil decline in Central
Pacific stock in the New Vork market.
A German servant girl was married to a
Chinese laundryman in Chicago, May 161I1.
The Wild Duchess of Geneva, a royal short
horn, was sold at Chicago recently for $21,000.
The Gcrnian-Amciican revolutionists arc
now lamenting the defalcation of Herr Most.
An extension of ihe Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul railway to San Francisco is projected.
The International Fisheries Exhibition, at
South Kensington, London, opened brilliantly
The International Convention of the Y. M.
C. A. In, the United. States opened at Milwau
kee, Wisconsin, May 16th.
The Oregun-Califotnia railway will build a
tunnel through Ihe Siskiyou mountains three
thousantl and seventy feet long.
The steam collier Mississippi, owned by
the Otegon Improvement Company, was
buttled on Pugct hound, May 12th.
The French expedition lo Tonquin it very
topular in France, and is regarded with alarm
"not unmixed with amusement" by Eng.
Amasa Stnne. n Clnrinn.iit v,niMl!i ,)
founder of Adellwrl CVillr-rr.. rni,tii.l ...1.
cidc May nth, lie was a sufferer from chronic
There is an active rebellion in Hayti. The
rebel blew up a bridge at Miragoane, on May
oth, killing two hundred persons and Mound
ing nn equal number.
Joe llrotly, one of the Phcenix Park assass
in wa hanged in Dublin on the 14th of May.
FiU-Hatiis, nn accessory lo the murder, has
been sentenced to penal servitude for life.
Germany and Madagascar have made a
trcntyaml France does not like It, The na
tive are In fjreat force, and the French troops
at latest advices vyere hesitating to advance.
It is gencially lwllevcd in England that
Irish secret societies for minder have received
a deathblow through the success of the gov
ernment's prosecution and conviction oflhe
I'liumix Park assassins.
Cincinnati had a (ire, May 12th, which de
stroyed nearly twi million feet 'of lumlicr and
other Pioneitv to the lotil vnl,.,- nf iv,
$300,000. .Milwaukee had one, May 15th, of
uuuiu tqu.il, aim similar oamagc.
On May 13th one oflhe most destructive of
modem tornadoes visited the central western
States. Kansas fits. Missouri una itttt. rt
the chief ntficrcr. The lois of life was small.
out inciiainagc to property wilt go into the
The San Francisco Call says that ihe rainfall
in May thlt year was unprecedented. The
nearest approac!) to it was in May, 1S60, when
It amounted to 2,S(i Inches. Up to noon on
the loth, according to the measurement at the
tlgnat service office, it was 3.45 inches. It is
estimated that the vvheattrop will be upward
of Soo,tjco tout.
Committees arc Wing formed throughout
Canada for (he purpose of promoting Captain
Cheney's view lip regard tu further exploration
In high latitudes. " Captain Cheney tayt he
has met with treat encouragement in the marl.
time provinces through which he traveled dut
lug last winter, ami holds a linn conviction ol
being able to cany out hit venturesome project
of teaching the North I'olu in a balloon.
The wife of United States Senator Jamct G.
Fair, pf Ncyctla hat obtained a divorce 1 ami
hat been granted alimony to the amount of
$4,3(0,000, together with valuable properly In
San Francisco and th custody of three of the
four children -Chailct lwl, nged 16 1 Tlic
resa Alice, aged 13 1 ami Virginia, aged 8.
The custody of tljc oldest sou, James (,,
aged 20, was given to the father. The senator
iudst lo defense,
It is said that, no lilth priest who lut taken
any juit in any olilical agitation will hereafter
be elevated lo the rank cl bithop. The, con
duct of some of the Irish pt elates hat gteatly
annoyed IV I.co ,HI. He tayt that iu no
country throughout the woild do CrlhoHcs en
joy the same amount of religious lilxtly at in
Uttvat Iltluin, ,arul (hat to turn again,! the
RDvernment of the realm in both contrary to
ic spirit of the chuich and very ungrateful.
The San Francisco Chronicle, of May 17th,
tayt llut Frederick Hostler, of Santa Ktwa. haa
been an inouite of hc home for tlic Inebriate
for a week ut, anal on Tusly an endeavor
was nude to ship him to his home. While be
ing taken on board Ihe steamer, he tudrinly
broke ftomht sweoit ami jumped Into the bay
from SKtar-Mravst w hatf, He wat reaveved in a
raving condition ami wot to violent in My
pavtoavimi that It tnylc tit men to rtmsove hi
tt clotho) and ouHvty him lu lite commit
tiottsHt of lunacy lot examination.
To tint Mount i'l,r ruatte: At llir aiymtsl tma
Ing nf the Hoard of ttrrnttlr bf tttf Ibmattatltt
lira trtr1mrnt,Milefflli7tii Instant, th aathsm nf
la.fln'tr anil trath tannines on tflvata la-tiprtlt, wttnrtl
or ttrar that city limit. a illactiiar-l from a fireman's
ttaralpnlnl, and, as mtlit tiav tiro ttfa-tteit, It tatltaal
ftnth tm raihrr nirttt comments on tnowt wtao Isavr,
duilnc tlit past yrar, tlilirr lhrotih ihotiititlMana or
IndilTrrrnt-r. lirrn Ihe cauae of uattras rrTottf atal feast of
timrtif lha ilrpartntanl and Wfar ami laatr of H ansa.
ratua, by kindling lamfirra wflhoul tsotke, ami aa-tatt.
Ing, It woail'l a-m, Intrntionally, tti lima whrn Irtry
would eauao trta moat alarm and unmrtaaary srmk anal
ll was finally ilrclW la authotha tdtCMrf lt4nf
lo mala a iiutilte aal lo lh -imfrtty-hoMrn ami
rraklrnttof Ihe city (enrrallr, rrtttatlnr thtn lo In
form tlditr ihe lire Marshal or Mm-tttf a reaaowaWe
time Iwforahanat of the etart time aisrl pttot of any In.
IrtHlnt Unfile or IratMaiitrma' In oflrr llatt fstao
alarm from the- ranm he prevented.
Some of our ttrlm.sj.au alarayst Urn eonatdmle In
the mailer and Riven due ttotko as ttw tetrtHatteaj, bast
the cutom la by no means general.
11il st-feat Is made with m tlrgree of tllffwlaeit, Aa
the memhert of the itrMrtmrtit remrmlM-r strlb uliaimro
ami tralllude llial they aa a laxly hate been death (est.
eiontly wlih in the M t,y the gm -mJe of ihla cfiy,
amt ihey hope lo merit allleermat.lrallonlnlhefiilurei
at the same time ihey entertain a meaatira of caetrl,
ilenee that the leaaonaUtnna ot their Hottest still lie
ailnnttnl, and . hraily eomihanoe Ihrretaflh rlaen.
We hare at iresent, In ntim! numheot, thrre hirmlrral
attire mrmUrs, a lane majority of hom detiendfor
their htehhonl of their familiea and themaelaet
dally waneei. and tahile ihey tlo not hesllale lo soend
ihelr lime and strength, or risk life ami Hints for the
tienefit of their fdlow citbent when occasion my rt
iulre ll, yet there Is nothing more dithrartrmng ami
tleatnittive or discipline and liromptlltule In the Ml
ehltial firemen tltemtelrea, and annoytmr to their em
iloers, than 10 find, an?r a long aml'failgtilna; run
with lieary apparatus, their erTortl and time hare I fen
ihrown away In conaectience of a careless and wanton
Per order of the Hoard.
JOIIN NO IT,
Chief Knglneer It. V. tie part merit.
Honolulu, June 14, ttSj. 149-3
Indies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco svill
find very desirable rurnislied Kooms Kn Suit and Sin
gle at No. ij; Montgomera; St., Corner Hush. Mrs,
T. Ifonev, formeals of Honolulu,
A Sticcesaful llouael A Successful Home t A stiilt.
Ing Instance of success In a Retail Dry Goods' way It
afforded by the leading Mllinery House of Charles J.
Kialirl, comer Port ami Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr, Fiahel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freel1 advertising, draw cut
totnert, once or twice! but to hold them, aad enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be inarVed down and sold for what they
are! never misrepresent any article, lhal Is the policy
of Charles J. Fiahel, and that policy haa made the firm
one of the greatest In its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The leading .Millinery Store of
Charles J. Kischel, Is to Honolulu what Maey't is to
New Vork. Chatles J. Fiahel makes a socially of Mil.
Ilnery. AMT The store Is one of the sights of the citv.
Valuable Leasehold at Hilo.
IIV OkDKH or
F.T. LF.NEHAN, tv,., and UK) N.GAWK, ti.,
Assignees of the I Istate of I.ee Chat, bankrupt,
I WILL OFFER AT FURLIC AfCTIO.V, ON
MONDAY JULY flth,
AT 11 O'CLOCK NOOtf, AT StV SALESKOOtl,
All the right, title and intereat of the said I.ee Chat
in that certain indenture or lease from K. KcclikoUnl
to Lee Loy and Ie Chat of that parcel of
LAND IN HILO, HAWAII,
KNOWN AS TUB
Ahupuaa of Lepoloa Kaunlho and Kaulaokallio,
CONTAINING AN ARKA OF
TIIRKE HUNKi:i) ACRUS, MORt: OR I.F.SS,
For a Urtn cf 1 start, from January 1, iSSi,
At the rate of $150 per year, with the right of renewal
for a further term of ten years at the same rate.
A portion of this land, say about one hundred acres,
is said to be particularly suitable for sugar cane.
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
pEOPLK WILL GO
FROM PUCK TO PLACK,
lluving poor Tobacco and Cigars, expecting to get a
good smoke. Ihey might aa well try to get wool
by abating a hydraulic ram. 'Hie thing can't It done.
lias the best Cicaks, Tobacco and all kinds of
Smoickks' Goods in the market, at
No. 78 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
I AM INtTaVCTIO V
.Messrs. F. T. LENLIlAN. Es.j., arid LOO NGAWK.
Assignees oflhe estate of LEE CHAT, bankru,
To orrait ro tAL at ruanc ai'Ction, ost
THURSDAY JUNE Vtlat
l 10 A. St., at taUtroom, the entire Moat, of
English and American
OrtscaMttss avast Cautassd Ooodt,
HALF DARREIN S.M.MON,
On MeNtssU t UrVavu Safe.
IVty Roth New Matting, F.IC,
ALSO, AT it NOON,
Tat) IitMM) af tat, (tax asstl Pretulua
For fist tsars at (, a nwolo.
K, V. ADAMS, AiKtler,
0 SALRONE-TII0US.NI) MAIti
Kts, t CWXRUC RICK.
In Umal ur duly paU.
i-m -J. T. WAr.RIIOUtiE.
l TTHOS. O. THItUUli lOttTAr hinitt
k tlau Uatst raulaea) a siun tMurliBiaitl ol ttOOKJi
nlUAVvirHbUN THACr SGCWvV to .hi.),
allewUi taf ijfOar-StWJ LrWiio, leaakerr,
KOINE FOR KALsv. ONE NfcW ao-HOKSE
at rsittat WlaSSM, WIaMwt UlSar, rutstMby
C WKWKK at COMfANV.
On llrtrrttnnln Slrnitt.
IIV OKIlRk OP A. MAMCIA. I:;.
1 am niTnirmj tb tatsuL, oss
HATUUDAY FUNK Kith
At u M., H ratr sttatsmi
THAT CURTAIN MUCH OP l-ASII
On llMerWts ,t. atMsM lit eri f Ilia lit
WITH AM. tlltl IIUIMil.VCM TIIKUI.OS.
A Oottrtifn with 1'ntir It 00 me,
Anal a tVabte and I'arrtaarc llttem.
IV li U
feesrsat, Mac) Water bid .,..
It h ojwMe free rrtan
a anttr cos-eeawt tenh fine
Ik V. ADAM AtK.il.meer
LEASES AT AUCTION,
IIV ORDER OF MKMKS. HOP VICK 4 CO.,
SATUItDAY JUNE Kill.
ATO'IOA. M., OH 1ll FHMItt,
CORNER OF KINO ami NUUANU STREETS,
Now ormipleil by Hop Mel Co,
At a restaurant, I wltl sell Ihe HUM. DING and
11w large Iwo-story Imitllng, ,) fM f,pnt ami j,
rceldrep, Is the property of laavsre. 'Ihe leaaehastwo
years nnd sl manlbt lo run, al a rental of (to per
month, Willi prlrllege of renewal for fiflren Sears, al
t;s ler montli. Also, will be offered the entire
Rontnnrnnt Fixture ami Sttpplln.
I Si sell al auction
THE LEASE OF STOREHOUSE and FREMISE8
On King stio-t, aJJoining the restaurant
'Hie Uaae has fifteen yean to ran at $l per month,
nie llinldmj hat 1 j feet front ami y, feet ibmi, with a
I- P. ADAMS, Auctioneer
.Nlratrs. Hop VUk k Co. rr.j.ie.1 that all raona
having any claims against them rmaenl ihe same for
iaymcni on or lierore the ictli of Juno.
ALUADLE LEASES AT AUCTION.
IIV ORDER OF MESSRS HOI' VICK ft CO.,
Satunlar, June 10th, at Ik! M.,
on Tiir. raisnsM,
CORNER OF NUUANU AND KINO STREETS,
Now occupied by Hop Yisk A Co. at a restaurant,
1 will sell the building and lease.
lite large two story building, 8 fret front ami sj feet
deep, is the property of leasee. The lease has two years
and six months to run, at a rental of Jjo r month.
win, iK.aiivgt- ui renewal lor nueen years at J;s per
Al 10 A. St., on life premies, I will aa-11 h entire
RESTAUR.VNT FIXTURES and SUI'l'LIES.
At 19 oVtnrV nrn. t r!!l .la 11 ll. t L-ACI? nl
the SIOREHOUSE and premiKion Klng'atreel ad
joining the restaurant. '1 he lease has fifteen years lo
run, at $,5 per month. The budding has IJ feel front
ami 30 feet depth, with a yard.
s l P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
MPORTANTSALE OF LANDS
L ' L a
Ily order of the Trustees of the Lunalilo'estate, I will
offer for sale at Public AuctiWon
SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1883,
At ta o'clock noon, at my salesroom, Queen street, the
following parcels of real estate:
FIVE LANDS IN WAILUKU,
ISLAND OF .MAUI,
COMPRISING THE III OF. PEEPEE,
Title Award Ijjo II, Apuru t.
. A nana A, lying on the tlser and adjacent 10 Ku.
fielaai'a Land area tl'loo Jure,
'A Aiuna II, a Kalo Patch, Insluacal with Kaleana taf
' Avna C, a Kalo l'auh, wlthlri Kuleana of Kuihe
lanl t atea 7. lis, acre.
I.-- Atuna 1), a Kalo Patch within the Kuleana ofVV'a.
tdrtcktufitiu are l.ou acre. "
J.-Aiary, E, a plx. of land In V 'ailut u Valley, ua Iho
south aidei area ta, acres.
.1 Vltliliij Itluhl lit lh tfultHi.u llirrr
Will be sold as an easement o Aaana E,
ft. -The land situate at Kau, Hawaii, known at lU
Ahupuaa of PaklniikL litis tt valuable pasture Lad,
la partially cotcrtxl by the Ura flow td iM tail haa
a fjlr Undtng at that Uaan. Title Award Ijvi U,
Al-ana , Royal Patent jj;4j area a; asret,
;.Two Kalo patthaat. It feet apart, Ulngaklaof
Pan, siiuait at Waikikl, Uahu. IVstclaae It lie or
Kab Land) aiwa .uuactes.
Ttroatyttiuev Hustaat Lota,
Situate at Kaftahulu, Oaho,
AT KAflOLAKl PARK,
Ranging front e( at'm la ylf ascret tack,
Tsrarir 0 Ibeaal Ui fact directly on KapUaul Pil
Ike stUt-tune art conilaruoustheialia (be whole are)
Ukl ami wVk 1 SOuaaniaiit tlla.ts with flea) tsctaa lo
ami Ihrough Cse 11 k (tuiantad, anj art to.s.iU.
fiiwn llockdulu by astra tusitaw. Ily the auaxeaa 4
Mr. CampbellI 1 well, adjattol lu lhM Watt, the wtsole;
of a lajUily ilham, and apHU Ibe baltnat are
la leash U arttsUil walef.aacan Wseetsby aieaer
eita lu a tluit at llwa unVe of h. IU IU.. IU sod
of lh- katt Is (OiaJ, Kaah U tl uimaaiaUy liattllta
slews by laud alul tea deluhlful. n sale of Iheaat
kAsoaralsaJtollisxIul.uyfa-laaalalij IU. Homo.
alaa-la In the aalbauK wltkll lardty hatatien
again. Tru) laud in lhal tusaliiy U lUlng In sLa,
and It tuie Id rM foe yean U tutwe. A narrow gaiM
tteaau rallioad frow HanuaVtlst tottae waa, la tn tun.
lewidateai by tital patties. 'tliU enterulat raiittot
U long daltfesi, IttcaawvoLstloa wUta-M iaaaatsaly
10 like value ta waH u thu desarabilUy of ihese tola aa
novsaaleaa, The baa CA.S bat esaatiard on lite e,vtail
as llieyaratiataikcd ssaii by uwiat auaLrJ w unit.
llaeJt at the astatna taf naireasaaert.
forusuU.atsjdy So is, U. IX) I.E.
For fimbar L.
AIJENILKMAN (M ha.U t s.' .
ksusial taoenettot let banaye atatj AaocWa-re-seanitr
in the wan Iwdealmilajtsl. swaabattt. M
i" " nawiwui r ' tea u saw to au
Ml M htti&Wt,
Hett UaadMS aaU. jToarlQ Saiaaasi
I tar s.iatatH
faftf Htl tttsVsstsWlf aTVsMltw M
uokntXA, Ufa U'h. tttst 1
t 4 jJtsU-Ata