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BATURtMY. JUNK aj. M
I'lilillrallnn nffirr. I at a Kaalmmann tin
Itntlal Inoma t IrA I'tnl Uttt.
fsiilierilliar and Aittratllam will platas aJettre
THOft, Or TIIKUM. I'liWIthi-f ni1 l'iHiif(or.
ft C. DAKIt l Irtr-nnlf aHtittsrfea.it agent ff
Hi "I'lUlSS In San t'ranrlero.
All mailer frtr tlic .Haliiritay I'rjsa iImwiM tut
a.l.tiMe.l In li SATUHI1AV lfnit8S,"
AiWetllafmante must li anl In lis? I'lMar rnsnri,
H(ineitlmrfitr h currant leetia ean he aiisran
Ireii whan eenl In llt. Aittrartlar-r will mrb
th number oflnearllnn 'lalrd, from wlttcrt it!
thfjr itir;, uny not in matkait win h chargr-d t
f)nutitr-nliimn Ail9rtlam'itll ml and Urn
lap will not l ArimlltM Intn mir rntnmni
neither will ailaaillteinrnla liitmllt'illntn"rit
riR rnliimna, at any titlra TliUfiiilM will h
riii.tir iliir.l 10,
rlnllrn nt any cnte of Intrtr-sl transpiring- on
th ntlii-r Manila ss-lll always li tlianbfulljr rHM
fur ptttilfratlnn, Cnrir-etnmtfnt ra frqnattit to
append IhHr trntt name la nil emnmimlrallnti,
tint far ptitillrMlftn nAea-ssarllr, but aa a atiatantre.
thAt llio wilier la acting In armd fallli.
I.itrti, I runs,
tlllt tint A
"Wntc, water tun In wailf i
ilfiip fur Ur." LWertiigr.
Tlir ssccl ! tlnt, mini, ditt, more dim,
must lul, gnt rrw)1 ?
A new light in frrmt tifllrt pnat office m
)ilir Is it Wflrmiif mlilllKm.
'I he inioy In I lie ly have !en wlmeil
ii'il, t lint the Hlit mnte ami el J- may "go
Uei. J. A. (.'inan will lead thgfirwl tern
ln'tnine meeting nl Ihr llctltl VCTtry thl
The Idiynl Hawaiian Itaiid rwreiiailetl the
linn. I'.. I-:, 'limine nnil wife lit the Hotel on
The imlmnl Kniticlianieli D.iyltupiieticil,
llilsyrnr, In fall mi the nnnlieraaty of the Iwt
tie of Wnteilno.
Mr. I'. II. Ilapcldcn has thlgtitil llienofrc
t.At) .III) of the iKKiril of henllh, In nceept the
nscorslili fnt this district.
Theodore lhtn.111 aliot In Oakland on the
l7lliofMny. lie was well knostn here for
llic iast thirty yonrs, ns n liailicr,
C'apt.ilu Crane, of the schooner IliU-nVnla,
nerlvnl in wrl with tuoilti broken, while
li.indllnr hit craft limine n trrent nc.
Mr. Stephen Sencer' Nuiianititirrt lmihl
ini;, iient Mcichant, nppnnclir cnmplctlnii.
It will li.ivc a li.ikcnicnl nml two slotion.
Mr. C. J. I.yom, of the iirvcynr.t;cner.tl'
olTiec, will ilclivcr the next Iccliuc Iwfore the
V M. t'. A., on The DivWon of Hawaiian
Mr. J", I). .Hlton;' painlin( of LanRfnril, Jr.,
winner of the lirt rtinnln); race l.vl .Monilay, I
nnw on rihihitlon nt the aleroom of I.ycnn
The fireman' card, lued liy Chief Hncinccr
Nnlt, cnlU attention lo the local nuiancc of
laUc alarm in a manner that cilinn have no
riphl lo nefilcct.
Mr. S. 0. Wilder and family returned liy
ihc City of New Vorl: lat Sunday, in yxid
liealth and tpiritA, to the rtrrttiflcntion of a
great in.my incniK.
The Mnrninj; Star sailed for soullicrn sea
ycitcnlay allemoon, Captain (arland in com
mand. The usual farewell cxcrciM were held
on Imard. Captain llray piM East soon.
Mr. J. K. Jordan, the jocosely jovial news
cictK 01 .MCMm. j. ai, u.it, jr. .V Co., arnveo
liy the City of New York. lie wn. a (jlail lo
j;ct nack as Ills employers were lo nave him.
"Anonymous letter writers arc lair pamc
lor the dog whips ol every mjurcil lather, son,
lirothcr or friend in any community." said
Charles Kincsley; and the words area local
The Maccalw entertainment Thursday even
ing sas, if iossilile, a greater success, than
cither of the two previous ones. A matinee
will lc given this afternoon. Scats may lie
secured at the Hawaiian Hotel.
I fit is profitable to run a bus with nine pas
sengers to Wnikiki, at a quarter of a dollar a
head, why was it necessary to charge a dollar
a head for bus passengers to Kapiolani I'ark
on Kamchamcha Day?
Unlucky Sue I Two of her propeller flukes
went to Davy Jones' on her last trip. Lucky
Sum t She was not obliged to go hack to San
Francisco, on thai, account, l'oilunatc wc
who had not to wait for letters.
Mrs. M. Hyman, Mr, F. J. Lowery, Mr.
George llecklcy, Mr. Allan Herbert, Mr.
'George I.ucas, Mr. Charles J. l'ishcl and Miss
E. Lamb were among the old residents who
arnvcil hy the City ol isew oik.
Chief Justice Tmlcl- took passage for Maui,
er steamer Likclikc, on Tuesday last, to at
tend the Circuit Court at Waituku. Mr. John
Sheldon accompanied the Court as interpreter,
and Mr. Austin Whiting has been engaged as
Mr. John A. Cummins, of the Waimanalo
J'lantalion, desires it to lc known that the
sugar exhibited by lilin at the Royal Agricul
tural Show had not liccn "washed," in order
to whiten it, but was sent just as it came
.from the centrifugal, as a sample of exporting
One of the snorting fraternity of Kakaako
notoriety called the other day upon a govern
ment officer with a view to arranging a match
between himself and the olTicer for a purse of
ui thousand dollars and the championship of
the islands another mark of our progress in
This month's moonlight has liecn superb
save when Lord Loon and Lady Luna hive
sulked In their cloud-capped tents, llut many
a merry moonlight stroll and many a jolly
moonlit ride and many a inoonshiny dip in the
Walkiki surf are beaded on the rosary of the
The mother of Mr. V. K. Ostium, recently
a comKsitor on the I'ress, and one of the
most estimable of the typographical fraternity,
died in Eugene City, Oregon, on May iztfi.
She w'as one of the earliest residents of the
vicinage. All who knew Mr. Odium here will
regret nit loss,
Mr. and Mrs. Hcimburger, commended by
high musical authorities of the United States,
itu lie "talented musicians,'" will gie a con
.ceit this evening, at the V. M, C. A. Halt,
.to which the muucal public of this music
minded town can scarcely do less than "put
in an apicarancc."
Mr. lolin Aslilcy has struck the first flow of
Hater in the artesian well tic has been boring
for Mr, Allan lleibcrt, on the lot at the north
east intersection of Uerctania and Kecauinaku
streets. The well Is now down three hundred
and five feet. After reaching gravel, clay was
struck, an unusual occuircncc.
Since Kamcliamcha Day an unusual numlicr
of pcisons ate wealing their eyes in mourning.
The etiology of this painful and unsightly
affection in most cases may Ik tiaccd liack to
the moial Influence of one of the saloons in
tills town, which is fast lieconilng notorious as
a rendezvous of the local pugs.
"Kcstoring the lUring' will lie Mr. Cm
jan's theme Sunday morning. In the evening,
in compliance with a special rcmiest, the theme
will lie "The Second Coming of Christ."
v Mr. Cruian will make this the hist of a brief
keiiesuf sermons on the futuielifc, in which
he will discuss "The Last Judgment,"
"Hell," and "Heaven."
Il, . . , . . i , ( . , ,
Mi II. tsr, ilnl if 'I.' !!"' '!' I '!'
!" it lliwftnan ll-iti'l hiiuM I ninmli"! w.'l.
a iriflr Irs- inn- U , nnd Ini di-f h.iiii ih.s ..
iinmcrrtfiilly irnind might ! 'iiil m
hmif n more in thr nri imilortKi"!! Nimann
KWWt, the miilr whlrh ihe trtisrl inriinwni
m ntnsiifitly play would ln fmtly mnri- en
JoynW." In plAln I'.nRlUh, h ifrum mnkr
too miirh noNa, Mr. Bfrf.
( ommllnnrf WmlfhoHsa' h rmisrd to lr
pspliinol, thrmiah ihtrrliimnrif lht Itullnln,
thr Ifltrt from "Ikllon" In lha brn luiir of lh
I'tajiw, Mr. VVKlrfl1l trriuestnl 'Wn
( aiprntir not to fire Ihr rAlrimf1f ajliate In
tils honor. Thr nplanmlun will at(ry All, t
rpt thoor ('nglUhinam whothlftk Ihai ih
hnnof warn lnlfld fnt til nmVi 'f rnmml
Inner, rpH-anlfnsj the llrltUh finvernmrnl,
the jn-ntlmtii who Is icptuwnUtlv hd no
ilathl lo frtttgn II.
At mllig of Ih I'mirlh of July Com
mitlfr, held rm TrhlAy fvrfllr of IhaI wwk,
mtliflerl pfnummm for iht iiny wm Infmm
Ally Agreed npon. 'Ill Anwrwun MlrthUf
HiHid.-nl wm aII to ct M prnililenl of lh
f. Il Mdrtlal to he Mtliiln fiml,
mnining, norm Ami night, lo hold the usual
lilerary nwrrlsrA, ml lo Iwve a AiilnerlfUloti
lll in the rvrnjntj. There a Another meaH
Ing Iaai night, iMhIIa of whrch will I given
Mr. AmA I 'ml I euve n Intetentlne Iwtine
on llie iMthltw of nf Mules l V. M. C. A.
IIAII, lawt rncntnv nlKnl. IK wha nssmrci lit'
MhiA Ikirtd of Kohflht. herself mute, who, by
Ifltclllgenl tuition, Miplrmente(l liy Intelligent
perernre, Iias prifecletl herself In mny
sliiilleA, irntnetl Ihr meaning of inAny meirnKis,
Mr more aimi mil ol me in a sweei,
simple, girlish, yet womanly, wy than mny
of us who have vastly better nututAl oi)Kirtn
nllie. In Mr. I'ratl. the inipila to whom lie is
going wilt have an Assured filend and helpful
The regit 1.1 1 monthly mitllng of the V. M.
('. A. on ThurMloy evening, the am instant,
w not largely attended! among the report
tendered Captain limy announced tliAt the
visitors i if he rooms the mt month mimliered
twelve bundled and ninety. The Treasurer'
remrl of estimated receiHs And cspemlilures
for the current year showed that wune $1,500
additional is needed. Action 1111011 aid to
Chinese work and upon completing the un
finished room as per cunt tact was laid over fur
further consideration. Several new mcinliers
O. L. SiiAiddlng, of Michigan,
lion. A. I. I ingle, ol Indiana, Mr
Senile, of New York, and Mr. L. C. Powers,
of San Francisco, arrived here on the City of
New York last Sunday. The three gentlemen
first named constitute the commission an-
pointed by the United States lo inquire into
the alleged irregularities In the sugar trade c-
tween these island ami the I'.acilic port nl
llie united Males. .Mr. 1 ingle and Mr.
Searle have gone, one lo Maui and the oilier
to Hawaii! General Spaulding to Kauai. Mr.
Powers, their statistical assistant, will remain
in Honolulu until the return of the commission.
The graduating exercise of llie "Class of
'83" of Oaliti College took place last night at
Fort-street Church, according to lite following
programme! Piano Duct, Otos Crlollos, (Jolt
schalk j Mrs. lanfnrd anil Mary llalicock.
Prayer. Vocal Duel, The Fishermen, Gab
ussi; I'juma and Alice Kenton. Kssay, Winds,
Helen L. Hillcbrand. Fssny, Hawaii in
iSzo-lSSj; Mary T. Green. Vocal Trio, The
Violet, Curschmann; Mrs. Hartford, Kmma
and Alice Itcntnn. Kssay, The March of
Crentloni Mary 15, Hillcbrand. Presentation
of Diplomas. Piano Duct, Fantasia from II
Trovatorc, Vcnlt; Mrs, Hanford and Hessic
Algarobia Ixxlgc, I. O. G. T., gave a well
attended social last Monday night. Mr. J. II.
Alherton presided. There -svas vocal and in
strumental music; a lady and gentleman gave
scene Irom ".much Ado AimiuI isollnng ' and
irom " 1 11c uoy nl i.yi: ' ami the Kcv
I 01 iHa.'i ' hni'li (
'til. Ilhnr..l1. ill Ihr llh illlini", I)r
I rii.l. I! t Ariniir nn-l Miss Nriii Prprirr
l. nnf man snd wifi-i And, fof tirltrr of fot
wofsi, have come lo these islands to settle,
first, At IrMilM, where the doctor will fill the
position of government uhysh-icn, In ihf
hnpel ofHsint Amtresv's i'Atlierlml, In thl
dty. on the i;th liwiAnt, Dr. Hailnt l)M
GynUfs Watltrt, government physieitn nt
l.lhne, Knti, svaa mirrleilto Ml ImIwM It.
In let, rerentlyof Livetpnnl, FntjtArnl. In
the nm of the fourth estate In IIawaII. the
I'reiss wrhes them ll Joy.
Mr. S. I'.. Mann died swl.lefily l her rei
denee on Fort street, In iht city, nti tire ntajht
of the lltih InstAnt, of Atrophy of Iht lieAri.
she leave A Iwlx whlrh wit Inst a fr hour
old at llie lime of ft mother' death. Mr.
Mann wm the onlv ilaiwhlet of the lute llev.
J. H. I'metsoti, nf WaIaIua, on iht Uland, and
was rmtn at wiMlna, January t, IS19, "ilm
wm eilmaileil at I'ulwtiott, awl was alivira
esteemed Ivy her se.lwolmAte for her Intelli
gence nnil her kindly rllpo(ion. A mother
and four lumbers, tmide a lmlrl ami a
Isttie, sairs fee lo mtmrn their low. The runenal
limit place from her lale leildenre, ami wns
largrlv attended Irv llie ftlemla and Acriuaint-
Ance of ihe dereaei). The ceremony w
petformeel y the llev. J, A, (riiran, And the
remains of the deceased Interred in the initioti
lot at the Kawlahao eemeteiy. Ikurtisin w
ailtnlnlsteieil In Ihe inotherlen Infant betide
II mother' mffin, jt prlw lo lire moving of
'Hie Fiinlwmi'Airilntlnn, which i.iincludnl
last Tuevlay, wete tneasiirsbly satisfactory lo
he faenlly of the school and r the trustee.
So far a might fairly he Judged from a brief
visit, Tuesday afternoon, in which only two
cle were esAmlneil. the imiiiII Iiavc lieeni
jnillrtniwy tialunl, and evidence not only ra-
mlllailty Willi the letter of llietr studies liut
with Ihe spirit which alone makes) any study
wotili the lime nt iini It. The close of ex
amination, was the occasion of farewell pteseii
lotion made by the pupils to their minciKil,
Mr. Jonc), ami to the assistant, Mr, Pratt. A
large silver water cooler was given to the prln
clm1 by the school, and the pupils of Mr.'
Pratt's arithmetic etas gave him a titetty
placrpie and a photogiaph a scran-honk of
Hawaiian scenery generally and nonoiuian
views particularly. Itotli Mr, Jones and Mr.
Pratt made feeling patting addresses) and ap
propriate remarks were niadc.by Kcv, S. C.
Damon, Professor Alexander and Mr, Frank
D.tmon. The closing exhibition look place last
night at I'nrt-Strcet Church,
rm: nrni'.n ixi..t.'is.
Mr, John F. Moore, Principal of lite Lihue
.iciiooi, Kauai, lias resigned.
The I Ionok.1.1 mill, Hawaii, it exacted to
resume giiuuing on inc 111.
Kcv. V.. P. Maker, of lllto, stalled for
Manna Ixia on the 1 1 111 instant. He rode as
far as Ilalealoha, twenty miles from llilo.
lie was 10 uaiK tnc rest 01 trie way with a
former guide to the top ol M.iuna I1.1, and
over one of the Hows 01 insoand SI. lie
will go down into the crater of Mokuawcowco
to explore it, and afterwards come hack to
IIIIo. on another flow of 1880 and 'St. He
cxjicctcd to be nliscnt about ten days, or two
i'KXiivi.vm omr.m'A rn.v.s.
h ii-mi 1 vi i-1 hk n n 1 v.
I hln til t nil Kilt Immrlfi Ihrtf,
1 if ..."t in thi- iinrimrv .( II It
A. Cruian. pastor of Fort-Street Church.
spoke on temperance at some length, alluding
to the honor he felt in working in the temper
ance ranks with lies-, Mr. Damon and his fel
low clergymen and workers. Then there ssas
ice cream and coffee and conversation, and
cheese and sandwiches, and moving alxiut and
oranges and cake and more conversation, and
more moving alKiut ; and then cvcryliod)' went
home with It is to lie hoped only good
wishes for the prosperity of Algaroba Lodge,
I. O. G. T.
The United States man-of-war Essex arrived
here from Callao on the iSth, with a compli
ment of 170 men and the following officers:
Commander- A II. McCormick.
Lieutenants M, K. S. MscLcmte, V,. H. Parker,
Watimn'pht Kcllogir, Karl Kohrer, Ctirwin P.
Kees, William M. Irwin. ,
Knslcn If. 0. Dunn.
SurReoo M. I Kuth.
Messrs. J. Williams vV Co. luve icccivei) an
muratus Tor the t
"aimcil foicc" in full charge, the IVle In
apuialus Tor the taking of " instantaneous
plain iiaiey in inoiivn, hist
action, the niiny drawing its vay, the Uurd of
health in session at Kakaako, the lioaid ot
education visiting Foil-Sticct sellout. w,il be
among the first subjects Heated.
Alolia, and yet again aloha, Captain Dodd I
May the Uinine bride you now may call your
own. win you back again from the "Mvnle
Fiigbnd," you and she hiu'gone a-iisiting.
May you cou'ie luck to us In a bigger, or, at
least, a better craft I and may neither our
physical nor your social shadow grow csei less;
all of which ItsuptWd to mean llut tap.
tain Dodd was married on the Jtli instant.
The follow Ills' is the programme for the regu
lar Saturday afternoon conceit at Kmma Square,
commencing at -Itjoi
futuul- IbkUl's Array .
WjJu-GilJsJ Vutiili. . . .
The band will nhv an extra conceit on
MoihU)- evening, June ajlli, at the Hawaiian
Iast Assistant Pas-maiter 1 A. Torter.
Chief ICngineer flanict I. .McCarlney.
ljst Assuunt l-ngincer Frank J. IlolTinan, Martin
Lieutenant of Marines O. C Berryman.
Pay Clers C. B. James.
Commander McCormlck was here on the I'en
sacola in 1S7J. The Ivsscx is a wooden vessel
of the third class, of 1,375 tons register, is 213
feet long, 35 feet beam, draws 16 feet, and
carries 10 guns. The Kssex will remain in
port until after the Fourth. Shortly there,
after she will sail for Yokohama.
The officers of the ITartford were as fine a
lxj.lv of men as ever visited Honolulu. Gen
tlemen by nature and by training, there were
among them men of extended experience, of
lugli mental endowment and 01 rare social
graces. J'ity 'twas that a complicated set of
circumstances prevented society from seeing
more of them. The death of Princess Kuth
Imrrcd festivities in many quarters, and a long
anil exhausting round of gaycly had put it out
of the power of many others to entertain on a
large scale. The coastward hegira, too, had
lakciv many w ho might otherwise have made
the tow n as gay as it had been tlic month lie
fere the Hartford came, llut many of the
officers spent many pleasant evenings in Hono
lulu homes, and they and the town alike may
wish the out historic snip a switt voyage and a
At Kawaiahao Church, yesterday morning,
the Kawaiahao Seminary gave 1 long and in
teresting anniversary programme, consisting
ol music, composition, recitation and miscel
laneous exercises. Miss lulia N. Kawcwchi.
who has completed the course of study, read a
composition on "The Present Condition of
Hawaii. ine other pupils who tool: part
were: Nanolioixino l'anec. lieorciana M1
Hams, Hcbccca Dais, Surah Kalei, Anna and
Kmily Opunui, Alvena Wiebke, Mary Kinney,
F.liialicth Lahaina, Lillie Mitchell, Kiia
llridges, Maria Ncedham, Mniam lona, Sarah
Kanohokai, May Manu, Mary Lahaina, h'mily
Wallace, Mary llridges, Kckula Malaihf,
Kmma Kaai, Kachacl Maluae, Annie 1'uuo-
hau, Maria Makanani, Jennie bates, Polly
Duncan, Mary Kwal Zieng, Julia Keonaona,
Kintiu Powers, Julia Poll, Lsther Kanepuu
and Kanme Kcaloluiiauole.
The Kssex brought to this sort an extradited
prisoner, Frederic V. Keir, who alisconded
from Chicago in Fcbiuary of this year, wheic
he had been confidential clerk in the banking
house of Messrs. Preston, Keen & Co., from
which lie is accused of cmbculing $150,000.
Keir disapiicared from Chicago without warn
ing, leaving no Immediate clue. Detective
Julian, of the Allen l'inkcrton Detective
Agency at New York, was put in charge of
the case, it was learncs mat a man answer
ing the description of Kerr had sailed for
Aspinwall, under Ihe name of IVirolt. There
he again dunged his name and went tj
Callao, thence to Lima. Close following the
various clues, DctectUe Julian traced his man
to Lima, and, after much hardahip and con
siderable ad s cut u re, had the satisfaction of
escorting him on board an American ship en
route lor 1. mcagu ami a uig reward.
The F.clatvrur, French mau-of-war arrival
heie last Sunday from ililn, en route from
Tahiti. At llilo were left the jaity ofwlcnlific
French, Italians and Austilans, whooliscrvcd
the total eclipse from Flint Island, about 9a
miles from Caroline Islands. The KclaUeur
is a steam rani, registering 1,800 tons, She
it 247 feet in length, il', feet In beam and
diaws 18 feet. Iter engines are 3,000 horse
iower. She cariic I i guns, lias lyj men and
the following olTiccisr
Csiiuui-1". it U M. Naur.
Ueuisiuui Kwi"L ,
tlnsJsns -losses, NiisisU &Uriir, l.tJin.
l'4)inalcr s Mier.
Two members of the party that lately ob
served the total eclipse on Caroline Island,
have remained on these islands for the purKisc
of making investigations respecting the figure
of the earth. These arc Mr. K. D. Preston
of the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur
vey, and Knsign S. J. llrown, w ho is connected
with the nasal observatory at Washington.
These ccntlcmcn went' to Iihaina. accom
panied by Professor Alexander of the govern
ment survey. As many readers take an in
terest in tnc matter, the writer nas endeavored,
at the risk oflieing deemed scientific, to briefly
explain what is being done.
A question of much interest in physical
geography, as well as In other branches of
science, is that o! the true hgurc of the earth.
This has long been known to be that of a
spheroid', that is to say, the surface of the earth
at the poles is much nearer lo the terrestrial
center than the same surface at the crjuator,
and proportionally so in intermediate latitudes.
As a matter of course, the force of gravity is
less at the equator than in northern or southern
latitude, increasing toward cither pole. As
gravity increases, the number of vibrations that
a pendulum of given length will make to a
given time also increases by an established
lavs'. Thus a pendulum that seconds at Paris,
that is to say, makes 80,400 beats in 24 hours,
will at Snitrbergcn make, in round numbers,
S6,.So vibrations ; at the equator, 86,269, and
on these islands aliout 0,300. So that a
clock regulated to mean time herein Hono
lulu, and carried up, say to Hehring's Straits,
would there be found to gain over two minutes
per day, even if placed in a room of exactly our
It is from counting these vibrations, at many
different points, that the figure of the earth has
been determined as at present known. In
struments for observation have to lie made of
the utmost delicacy, and the connections ncc
ccssary for temperature, and more especially
for the disturbing influences of mountain
masses, require the highest applications of
scicntilic knowledge. Unc great held 01 re
search in this matter has been in India with its
vast extent of plain and immense bight of
mountain. 1 his country ol ours presents an
interesting poin,t of study, partly liccausc so far
removed Irom any other, partly liccause so Im
mensely elevated above the great submarine
plateau of the Pacific our mountain summits
licing higher above said plateau than the Him
malaya summits are above the plains of India
and partly, again, because Freycinet, between
1817 and 1820, occupied a station at Lahaina
for this scry purpose. This station is re-occu
pied by the present observers for the sake of
connecting his scries ot observations at tin
fcrent points on the earth with more modern
The latitude and longitude will also be de
termined with the utmost carcin connection with
the geodetic work of the i Iawaiian Govern
ment Survey. During the coming week, a set
of observations will proliably be taken in
Honolulu, by thc same party. Those
readers who arc scientifically inclined may
refer to the article " Pendulums " In one of the
best cyclopaMias, as also to works on
O11I nf 1. .iit 1.. th- niMiviry ..I II It II
KeelikolAnt, ihe rMitailmi n Kmehamih
Day, ornirring on the I llh, w pmtrnel i"
life tilth ofjtin, the day Mkiwlng 'In' .,f !..
Iineral. This might amiroirlfelt V mll.-l
the 'MJerby iHy of Hawaii rH. is but.'
iDelfta ha always been the ifirKil Amuse
menl Indulged In, so universally hA tin- mtf
liecome reeugnled a the trading itNMliti nf
Ihe day trwtTmtrne, fot the nmwe. i Almost
entirely aawrnetvleil, anal all symtiiom of life
almot entirely withdrawn from the tossn
primer in the raee-lrarfc l Kapiolani Paik.
Uam the neealnn of It relelifallatfl, on Mon
day last, lh vlotrs tbrnBghmit tfW 1011 wale
cloned, with retly anesrentlon, a were ANo
tbomenf government. Malute wete (heal
from the thote Itaflery am) ftmn the V, . S.
Ilarlfnrd, lying iff nmt, ihe veatcl In poit
lielinj a! gaily derorateil In hmvw nf lite oc
eaatotr, Ai 8 o'clock A. H. tin local Imrse
arvl esprtM wagons wete in leadltiea to iteaHve
Msxenger lor ine frara, arm tntrrie nn in
10 o'eliarra, ihe lime set f the iMerrtion of the
programme. King si reel and llie Walkiki rnaul
iiieseiiicd 11 htt-fy sa.ne nf travel I mil and
roilh. Teams nf all kind wete In gieat le
maud, from ihe J: JO roadster, well gmmneri
and fed. In Ihe 101.(0 "plug." varloiwly af
dieted with wind gall, spavin and knock
knees, l.ven the lelrlll (Init stilt unheAvenly)
driver wa not aliseni a a competitor for the
mnnerou fate, avlilfng merriment In the scene
hy hi furious el1int to make lew spent with
more lmle. Hy to o'cloek a very large gath
etlng, mimbeflng several lliouaaind orpecla
loris wa prrsenl. The several stands were
thronged with spectator. Kspecially wa thi
o Willi Ihe grand standi anil large number
among those who had paid their dollar for a
seat were glad to lake their clwnce of a tight
through tiieh opening a might occur in the
moving human fence that funned its front.
Oiitilile the Inclmiire were a few private lent,
while the imlilic gftirrally found shelter and re
freshment supplied nt reasonable price by
Messrs. Keir and Graham, at alvi by other ill
A few minutes after ten o'clock, the first
race was called. Thl wa a hurdle race, over
five four-feet hurdle, and a mile dash for the
Park Plate. There were Imt two cuttle
Mawalken' liny gelding, Kaukaiwaj and J F.
Colliurri'a black gelding, Stranger. The lict
llng from the slait watvo In one on Stranger,
and he gratified lilt backers by handsomely
clearing every, hurdle, and coming in winner,
in 2 minute and '))( seconds.
Next came the mule race a mile dash for
the I.cnhl Cup and $25. To this, there were
three entries. Charier Mann' black mule
Nigger won this race in 2 minute 1 1 J sec
onds, Miles ISros.' Sancho second, and Jim
Crow's Khtikai, third.
1 he third race, for the Queen s Cup and a
purse of $150, was for mile heats, liest two in
three, and was run for by Miles llros.' chest
nut stallion, C. II. I.angford, Jr., V, II.
Cornwcll'A grey stallion Ciarficld, T. It.
Walker s grey marc Salhc Illack, and J, K.
Holt' bay stallion Ocncral Hancock. Thl
was a very exciting race anil odds were lieing
freely offered on the track, of 2 to I on Ling
ford aeainst the field, anil some at 4 lo I,
could find no takers. The second choice was
aliout even between Sallic Illack and (iarfield,
win e Hancock was nowhere. The first heat
was run with a tolerably even start of the three
lust named horse, Hancock lieing sauiy in
Ujj rear, anil Lingford leading from the first
iumti bv alxiut a length and a half. Hancock
mn showeii his speed, however, by coming
rapidly to the front and leading the field to
Ihe first half, bv several lengths. Hut his want
of stavint: power became early manifested, and
he lost his place at the U po'c. The heat was
hotly contested bv Iancford and (iarfield, and
from the first quarter they never parted heads
until they had passed under the wire, and a
dead heal was declared, in lime, I minute antl
47J seconds. Of course, as is usual in such
cases, there was great difference of opinion in
the matter among the backers of each horse,
and, if all the- statements could be relied on,
each horse must have beaten the other by a
head. At nearly a distance, came Sally .Illack
first, and Hancock afterwards. The heat was
run in the fastest time ever made on the track.
The heat was re-run from an excellent start,
1.. ..,,.l. I I,. . , I .1-. ' ,
if i' 1 - "Tnnt.i'laM.in- T'n- vl- lur y
w i. aiiiArrrii! 1 l..l (.. all, ..iii
I, ,. I itowv. irisilloii, nt ' liaulcf" .. s -! in ill
frirtvl ,nf the pollreman who hadiharge of
1 hi- gate. The netvtarar ieiiriets, gener
.Hi, Imt ti i..iitiii.l JK-rly with ihr emwrt for
. lull', aftrr h-mnii ii-ilri Hit a At in ihe
i ii. I It) o i.,iT. e.M. Ihe day's sfmrt
v.r 'I'.i-r imt 'h' imt d dlspetseil.
.1 miv.ii. rrs111t.11,
I he body of Prtncea Ruih seat Iran led 11
.tumlav with total Isorvre. For many tiara
ami iifghta Ihe ewn-eawtte .f ihe dead chkfea
have mromjavl Ih gnHrnd ami leablenct wltete
In Ihe Ivfy laid In melancholy stale, llietr
grief wa ptonoumed and Hmnsstatuthl. Their
frlefl.l, paalfm, rhiefe, the atrong! link
whtih Imamtl them in that Grange mm of
whlrh iWllkolenl wa the mmt rmtaMe e
ample, hait liren MneH forever. 'Ill but of hi
line lay wailing in lie gathered lo Iter fallmra,
ami th natitve iir wa iiwwtnfm one who
had meant to them all that wa vital In tlretr
t radii Inn. After ihe bndy was hrnvght lo
the hmiM, ls native were in constant altntd
anre upon the criffin, three standing on each
side ami waving user 11 kaniiis. .v in pre
Iteration for the funeral went nn, crowd ol
m-aiintr maxle dally visit. A smalt leeil
mgan played at frequent Inleaval. anal oeear-
lonany IMe rttlllll men rnor rntn mouiniwi
tone. At nhthl the wallins was proloruwl
ami hmh). During the night lat preceilTng
he funeral It wa esiiecially n. It wa ai
riarently the eliina othe tieople's grlrf. The
chief mourner lion. Mr. Illslnip w In almost
constant Atlendnnrr. In spite of her espre
desire, hula ttete peiformeal 8ti FrUay ami
natutnay rrigiiit. iueen i.nirna wa ia in
fiequent aitendance. Many of the irinn prmrH
nent while, and native of the hlghesl rank,
paid their respect In Ihe dead clilefeat on the
day mlilicly dedgnaltnl fm llie bmly lo lie In
On the day of the funeral, crowil of native
were coming and going all morning. The
funeral prcMratloii weie made under the
direction ol Mr. S, M. Damon. 'I he coffin
could scarcely liave lieeti in belter taste. It
wa not the lieauty of clalioralloit so much at
llie lieauty of richness, of grain, of iiolUh and
elegant detlgn. 'I he Inscription, placed oil a
shield shaiei silver plate was a follows:
Ka Mm rsMldt,
Kmh eelilcLinl KeiUnt KArttnoAhoA,
KaiVnnistiin A I'AUAhl A m KckiMiue.
Ilinju ma llonnlulu, Oaliu, I'cpsluAte v, 196,
aiasc ma NAiiua, i uwau, sin aa, i a
T1 f Lin- lae re w tt . Mgr.ifj- eg..
ii Wli- ii a I l.ir.amtrt rimark.-. llut he is
" gfi'. ' ihao ) "ii, t'l'l 'en 'inietas large a
the niinn. All any .me xai - in reply i. ,"-ll,
nun, wrV. -t n ttvAigM H ' '
ami again closely contested by Langford and
Garfield, but the latter showed his inferiority
as a stayer when coming to the home-stretch,
langforil licgan to lead and steadily increased
his oiening to the wire, which he passed under
with a lead of three lengths in I minute 49 J
seoonds; (Iarfield, second! Sally Illack hug
ging his quarter; and Hancock, nowhere. On
the next heat, Garfield and Hancock were
withdrawn, leaving the second heat to oe con
tested between Langford and the little mare,
who had already began to show, not speed,
but great staying qualities. This heat finished
the race, and was won by Langford in I min
ute '.i'A seconds. Sally Illack being close up.
Next came the trotting race for the King's
Cup, mile heats, best 3 in 5. This was be
tween Dodd's sorrel celdinc Thomas IL, and
Cluney's bay gelding, Toby, to harness. , The
first heat was easily won by Toby in 2 minutes
55 seconds, Thomas II. barely saving his
distance. The second and third and fourth
heats were as easily won by Thomas II. in 2
minutes 50 seconds, 2 minutes 4SJ seconds,
and 2 minutes 53 seconds, respectively.
A foot race of 200 yards distance was next
run and won by John Spencer, a half-caste
lad, in 23 seconds.
The Kamchamcha Plate and purse of $100
was competed for by Cummins' grey stallion,
Telephone! Kamanao's grey gelding, I'oni
Moi, and Cornwall's Dunn gelding, Creeper;
In I Inavilwlat. Jam ih, la Ih W si I: Wtjim,
Wi ra li In It aiIhIii, laaxr iflta, 0
AiaafKa i rant, v In A. siwMaawi, Iff
Mm IMM livnasla Wafttrt 4 IAm. M s-4
Alia laMU ("rUUm rWr is? Ti 1 ai , l!a.
Was In Ifaaaahalia, Jn iH, ntmn Atnan, tin.
h-iAm I' SfApai
I" tn If.'i.. !!' l- ai 1 Al law AAfnatl fH
Inat V lh IVwffl nl ltii nal)fs tA lh llmiilaAii
lira IStaaiaMni, IwU on S r haaaaa, laW aHtl a
wiainiaa aiwt tnasli wafntnart eat lalaai aasatary, wMa
if near in fiy raaaatt, ' dlateasirf frsaan a Ana ra
AMiltviana, lama, miM nave fcA efta, a aaw.4
rnrtn sia .sinsr imnai eaawwaw aw ipwasi aai raasa.
iliinfic rtw aaaaa v'. asahef laatBaaJli IBaaalaSaat ar
Sm8mmt, wmn ih imam m aaalia aflwa aaw taaaaaf
ftmr nf irW tSasssrtAWM Aaial m aiat ir a if atf.
rataa, tiy klnslttni tmnfir a-tahoat nrtlce. anal vltaa.
lax. Il .W s-m. iMaMlanAlly, IK law UWv
WWM TiaMtA'( tftaf flVlatf (StM MM HfaWWl'y M(fl fl
run xu.iaKitY at wailvkv.
. . . .Supi
.... 1 1'sutt
tsius! eon --lst iuuiL
lvut Thursday the (vcUiu'ui sailed for llilo to
take on board the scientists, who had been to
see the tolcano, ami lo piocevd thence lo San
Francisco, graciously causing some foreign
It ; almost always pleasant to hear thai a
doctor of incdMnc has made himself solid
with fickle foiluncby gelling himself mauled
This week It has been doubly pleasant to
know llut two physicians hate healed them
seises by making four licaitt to beat as two
Was It a double murder, or a suicide and
murder? In niluku, on cdnesday evening,
the 13th instant, a native man and a woman,
half Chinese and half Hawaiian, ssere shot
on one of the public thoroughfares of the
tqwn, the man lieing dead srheii found, and
the woman badly wounded. The particulars
as repotted by one who was present in an
official capacity at the inquest held on the
liodyof the dead man on the day following
the tragedy, are substantially as follows : Some
shots were first heard by several persons who
happened to be near, but not within sight of
A native policeman, who ai rived first upon
the scene, testified at Ihe inquest that, basing
heard some shots fired, he immediately went
to the scene, and ucioic arming mere anotner
shot was fired, the tlash nf which he saw, and
which lit up the place disclosing the figures of
two persons corresponding in appearance with
those of the dead man and the wounded
woman. On arriving there, he found the man
I vine Iht on his face with hit hands extended
on either side, and a icvolver I) ing on the
ground lo his left, at the distance of a yard or
more from the lisidy. The iliccman also
tcstiheil that ne lound tnc woman in a mucn
bewildered state not far away, in the conqiany
of another woman, who nan napienci on tne
scene Immediately after the shooting. Uiwn
questioning tne woimitcii woman, sue told nun
the dead nun had shot her lluough jealousy,
and had then sliot himself. Thi; wounded
woman was in so precarious a condition, at
the time uf .the inquest, that the doctor would
not consent to her being used as a witness.
The Kcv. Doctor" Lane, who Is said to lie a
physician as well at a clcrgjinan, testified llut
the pistol ball had cutcird at the man's light
temple, and found ill exit at the opjmsiie side
of llie head, slightly alios c (he left temple.
The following facts were also elicited at the
inquest t That the nun lad been, up to the
time of lus death. In the emptor at .Mr. I . A.
Italics-, as conk : that he hrd been drinking
some for several d) before the occuiience of
the tragtily. and more lurtlcuiarly on mat
isiiiiculai dayi that the pl.tbl used was one
owned by Mr. C. A. llallvy. Aside fiom the
pussiUlity of au insane homicidal phrciuy
Ix-ing a cause ol the tragedy no pioutnie
reason wa shown why the man should have
been Induced lo murder the woman, or nuke
away with himself.
A verdict was irtuined llial the man had
come lo his death by a pUtal shot, fired by
himself or wime person unknown.
mile dash. This was easily won by l'oni
(Coronation) in 1 minute 49 seconds. These
were all Hawaiian bred horses, the two first
named lieim: of Stanford stock.
The Lunamakaainana Plate and purse of
$125 was trotted for by Dodd's bay gelding
Diamond, and Jackson s sorrel gelding limmie,
I hree heats to harness. I his was easily won
by Diamond in 3.32)2, I mimic lieing shutout
In the mile dash pony race, for the Princess'
Cup and $100, , Koumsons triumph won
easily In 2.2. (the best time for IJ-hand hich
ponies cs'cr made at the park,) Jennie I'cki
second, and Mollie nowhere.
The Reciprocity Cup and purse of $175
was run for by Cummins' bay gelding Stan
ford Colt, J. K. Holt's roan mare Venus, and
Kamanao's grey gelding I'oni Moi (ssinner of
the Kamchamcha Plate), liest 2 in 3. This
w as the most exciting race of the day, I'oni
Moi being the favorite. The first heat was
closely contested all the way round by the
geldings, the marc soon going to the rear and
staying theie. It was won by I'oni Moi in
1. 51 JLf, Stanford Colt following closely upon
his heels, and Ycnui nowhere. Intense ex
citement pervaded the throng of spectators
within the stand grounds and on tne track, as
the liell was tapicd for the second heat. Still
l'oni Moi was the favorite, without odds and
Ihe race was clearly between him and Stan
ford, Venus being withdrawn. A good start
was had ami the two kept close together, al
ternately git Ing and taking a neck or so, until
near to the distance pole, when Stanford
Colt took and kept the lead by neaily a clear
length till under the wire. Time i.SSJi. A
rout was claimed in this heat, but not allowed
by the Judges, aivl the third heat, after a
somewhat extended rest, was proceeded with.
This was another close race, but resulted again
in a victory for Stanford Colt, he winning by
about two lengths. Time (the same as the
The next race was a tiotlini! match to har
ness, between Shaw's black gelding Hero and
Comwell's sorrel gelding Dick) three heats.
for the Amateur Cup and a purse of $50. The
first heal was easily won by Dick in 3. 16, the
second in 3-4)4 Hero being distanced.
IticUraitcrt Plate and purse 01120 was
riuius, S. .u
flfer llfekn. Unlli KerfiknUni KeftltoUftt Kn-
Imahna, daughter of Vtutiii ami Kekuni, Urns fn
Honolulu, Oaliu, KebruAry 9, iM, ilieil At KaiIua,
Hawaii, Mays-a, iMj.)
Over the coffin wat a pall of dark velvet, on
which the roial courl-of-arms wat embroidered
in several placet. On this rested a floral
crown, the handiwork of Mrs, J, O. Cattcr.
Other beautiful floral tributes were near Ihe
coffin. The coffin lay in the large drawing
room lo the right of the entrance hall. Chairs
were placed for the chiel mourners, the guests
of honor and other guests, in an arrangement
somewhat as follows: The head of the coffin
was towards Ihe cast end of the drawing room.
Immediately al the head were placed the
chairs of the chief mourners, Mrs. Itishop and
Queen Dowager Kmma. llehind them were
tlic chairs of King Katakaua, Queen Kapio
lani, Princes Liliuokalanl, Princes I'omalke.
lani and Princes Kekaulike. A little to the
left of the king sat the Prince Likelike,
her husband Mr. A. S. Clechorn and her
daughter. To the right of the coffin sat the
United State Minister Resident, United States
Consul McKanlcy, llritish Vice-Consul Davies,
and several prominent citizens. Several
officers of the Hartford, in full uniform sat
facing the foot of the coffin, together with
several of (he clergy. The officiating clergy
man. Kcv. Henry 11. rarker, stood lolhclelt
of the foot of the coffin, and liehind hirn were
the organist and choir of Kawaialiao Church,
together with various members ol Kauinaka.
pili choir. They sang two Hawaiian dirges,
one liclore and one alter Ihe address. .Mr.
Parkers address delivered in Hawaiian was
impressive, even to those who could not under
Aflcr the benediction, the pall was removed
and the coffin rolled down a long inclined
plane to the catafalque. The line of march
was taken up under the immediate direction of
Governor Dominis and his staff, the proces
sion moving down Kmma to Iterctania street,
thence to Xuuanu to the Koyal Mausoleum.
The cortege was as follows:
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Industrial School Hand.
Mechanic's Itenefit Union.
Honolulu Fire Department.
Konohiki of Lands of I Icr late Koyal Highness.
HisKxccllencythe Governor of Oahu and Maui
Marines from United States ship Hartford.
Koyal Hawaiian Hand.
Servants of Her late Koyal Highness.
The Clergy of the Anglican Church in Hawaii.
Ahahui Opiopio 1'iiusai Lokahi.
Ahahui Poola Draw km the Catafalque.
Catafalque with an escort of Cavalry and Ka
hili beaters and pah Hearers on eitner side.
Carriages of the Chief Mourners.
Carriage of Her Mjjciy the Queen.
His Majesty's Staff".
Carriage of Her Uo'yal Highness the Princess
Carriage of Her Koyal Highness ihe Princess
Carriage of Her Koyal Highness Princess Vo-
Carriage of Her Koyal Highness Princess Ke
kaulike. Carriage of Her late Koyal Highness.
His Majesty's Ministers.
The American Minister Resident.
Captain and Officers of U.S.S. Hanford.
Judges of the Supreme Couit.
Clerks of Government Departments.
Hawaiian Population Generally.
There were many impressive features about
lioth ceremony and iageant. The procession
took fully half an hour to pass a giren point.
The marines from the Hartford marched in
soldieily files. The governor and staff officers
were splendidly mounted. Perhaps the most
impresic part of the affair was tne long line
of servants, dependants and retainers of the
late princess. It was pathetic to tec thai
Il rWtty 4cMtl t aaarWlit In CMsl fraarlar
tn rmkt pa'ine aM"' lav vy.h4ra Ms!
rvskAafrta of lb ritf tiniWy, lot as lag irsm ta fn
torn eUtief Ik llrt Marahtl w Mm!f a isaM
lime Wftrafaftd of if taaet lh anil (AW ftf my A.
teretVn1 m(t or trh-tWrr!ig ' ftftfr Ikal fisKe
AfernH frntn lhe eatiatt W prtvrnled.
Sow ftf war Hiln laatar al'sya IVtn eaiMl4ti In
lli matter awl gissn do ayrf! aa aW rfaslcl, tail
ili awaiwn la hy no mMH gnral.
'Ilif arill b mwic with degn- oa dnT!nce,
lh mem!rt (if llie department retnemf-r 'lib Ijle-asaire
ami gralno.! that tkey aa a tVly fuse ten dealt gen
erously iih in the ! ly ihe gvs-l pwijj ciMa airy,
r! lKy Kispe 10 rnerll AlikecbmMeratiantnlbefulure;
At lh sain tins lliey entertain a meaeetre tA ccfifi.
denre thai llie feAvXttUerifM tA iWr tciuesl in t
admitted, and a tieaily fro4ta've therewith glten.
V't hase al fent, tn round ntmitnrrt, dire Itumjrrsl
atllsc mem1rs, a Urga maj'ieily of whom de;nd Vn
their lireliti"nl of inelr familiea aisl ihenmtsea cat
daily wages; and whila they do m he-aiuic to ifKj
their lime and strength, tn riak lie and limb, l-jr the
lienefii of their fellnw cilbena when orxa.slon pay re
quire il, set there ta nothing more disheartening and
destructive tX disottin and ijfomoiiludc fn tf.e Indi
viiliul firemen tbcmteltes, and annoying 10 iheir em.
.lo)ers, than la find, after a Ivng and fatiguing ran
wirh httry aityanuua, their etTorta and lime hate teen
thrown away in ennsefjuewe of a caret and wanton
Pet order of lh l!.jaid.
Chief Engineer If. F. Ileliitnseni.
Ilonotulu, Jane 14, 8S la-aw
taliVa and Gentlemen vieiting San franciso will
rind very ilesiraUc Furnished Kooma Kit Suit and 5in
gleal No. IJ7 Monlg'imery St., Currier Hush. Mrs.
T. Honev, formerly of Honolulu. 4
A Successful House t A Successful II on! A unk
ing Instance of aucceae tn a Kelail Dry Goods' way is
afTonfed by the leading Milinery House: of Charles J.
Hthel, comer Fort and Hotel street, tlic Proprietor
Mr. f Ishel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Iry Go's House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but lo hold them. a.sd enjoy their
confidence, calls for llw exercise of tact and tiberafuy.
(Inodx must be marked down and sold for what they
are: never misrepresent any article. That is ihe policy
of Charles J. Flthet, and that policy has made the firm
one of llie. greatest in ita line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, it to Honolulu what Macyt it to
New York. Chailca J. Fishel makea a specially of MD
Iinery. ZflT The store la one of lh sights of the ctiv.
Ar m a. m , at iu.rmou,
C'lnllminllnti uf AatlKtiaa,' Hala
Slunk nrCTilna-a(JrKil, frnvllon,alr
I'jrittl. OF I.FI: CHAT, Maaaat-eT.
Ororasrle and Ciiillld Oood,
tAi KM liKAHa.
' AMIJICAMI MAICIIFJt,
On MeNnnl Sc Urlmn Hnfn,
frfry Joa St. Mataaaat, Fae.
AIJsO.AT ( XIX)S,
Tlie Lan of that Store nnd PretmWe
lar ase yfaa St a assssan.
V. V. AIlAlm, Aasak-r.
I am lmlrtlcle.1 by Messra. F. T. IvrftehaA, Vjl, and
lio Ngawlt, Ksr., assigr tt Ihe ttt tA A
Chal, taakrvpt, to offer at pabtsc AissSHat
MontUj- July 0, 1883,
At If ccVxk ia.( al my salesroom,
Tne t-ease- of lh Kailuai Kic I1iealaj ai Hans
Thirty Acres of Rich Rica Land,
T lioroughly well watered by 'il IValofi River, at a
rental of yn per anrram,rpayaft in Antir
Oct June 1st of each sear, ihe nt tmfW
being paid nplo June f, 1U4.
Th leas rxptre Jarraarsr I, ir)s. Tbe lotlowlasg
arlklea will be aold with th land, sir .
Eight head Wort ing Oaen,
One Storehouse, almost new;
One Drying Board, almol &;
Two-story Wooden IferUing, aWat Aftjai aliiaiile
One Cookhouse and ristttres.
One Ihrec-roora llelring-boirs,
Single Furrow Flow,
Alioul two doeft Itatkelt,
On Grindsaone, etc.
Thi Itantalion was purcbatol from F.iek Tal Co.,
of Hanalei. by f-ee Out Cbuag IxcL fur Js,t',Tr,
on November 15, ttSo, and the present sate carers aa
cacepatona opportunity so make an adranaagcsH ia
vesament in a well-papng Paddy busttses.
tor pan sen tars, a;ipty 10 ine- assign, or
pEGULAR CASH SALE,
Friday. June 29th. at 10 A. M.,
147 K. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Vulunblo Leasehold at Kilo.
v oadkr or
F.T. LENEHAN, Esq., and LOO N.GAWK, Fjq.,
Assignees of ihe Estate of Lee Chat, bankrupt,
' 1 stili, orrc at ri'ALic Afcriosr, osi
Y- V. ADAMS, Ado
AT raiDrsci or
DACIPIC RUBBER f'AIIIT,
mixi.ii uuinr for mint
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WHITTIER. rULLEK . COM
CsarrMbTS While Ixa4 uA MtasoVlarers of Ml,. I
1'asasH, t ofcrs, VaraasaVs, and ane WTna.
A4 fanfMvvr of I'msJi mat llgrs Wfctolrw Ctaac,
AS FRANCISCO, V. Su A.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
Free the cargoes of lb fl.LOCK wi tKtr ntnt
vesscK the fXJvwaatg
Dty Goods cintl Clothing:
iJ9r ixnuan, rtrwn lAam iPnat,
White Vtvplutt S.btthzT
1H ho4 Tvvcfiftr, GUm Tyk,
T. H. HarrUon, 2UqH Kinc Streets
just moND uuiia rrcT.
On TuMdai. June 26th, at 10 A. M
On tir mntties I wflj ufl the triut
t MT AS rOLUiR'.
AT 1Z OCtOCU HOOK, AT MY SAtWROOM,
.VII the rifiht, tule Atxl latemt of ibe m!1 Lr CKu
in llut cantatnlnJf'DtuicMkaiwfroni R, KccliioLuii
to Iac I-oj nd I- Chat of that parcel of
LANS IN HILO, HAWAII,
KKOWN AS THE
Ahupuaa of Lepoloa Kaunibo And Kaoliokailio,
COSTAIXIXC AU ASCA. UF
THRF.K HUNDRED ACKES.MOKEOR LT-So,
f a ttr f 4J Jf-trtffrvi January ft iS$Jt
At the rate of $io J-er jxar, iih the right rf rtixval
for a furthstr term of ttn yu M the same rue.
Three naif Lanr lct Cmtaiiu. uk M ml nl.
nut conucn, pM tntoooivf Lfiuwli aaI fatarr cum-
Cam of Staffed DinU,
Tt iofce4?rJ Canary ftrdav- fiae tinmen;
Two lira Cajec ulw MKfcnd'wj; chaim;
Carred Walnut Itncfcett,
Panel lHcture Kraincs,
i-ute Mirror, UJ gold and w&fawt fraac;
One pair new Marin mad FiU GUt4t, f nihi
or dar cou $i;
Fine Picture and Chrpmos
One fine 6-day Clock,
Vlnol Clock ItracLct,
JUel Rests. Stcreo-Kopc nd Pinurti;
IlnmcU Veltet Ro
Fou s-aools Snutooo. Dooe Mat,
Foldini; Chairs Cane Rxkcr,
Carved Walnut Hook Shelve,
New lUaitnted IhUc, onh Jij;
Wtbuer't DktMnary. .and other valuable book;
lodr't nrm) U'ntu; Uek ; Caned Walnut, Ucl
rdjc ilurof American Scio; Machine, with all ii
the attachnwntav an perfect order and ntarlj- new;
Vienna Chain; Carved walnut -f ran Loanrr; Ckhe
Rack; nnc lUuc Toilet Set; Stand Lamp; StecU;
Chamtei. tloor Ratj; Moiqsito Net; Ikd Spnncs
Lot; Fre-xch nedavieadi, walnut and cofcl: two Slat
treMee; &re ISlWn; luUtt and C4nerirt; Heavy
iatix.att.it, pw; junpoor wiwu UOsf-u; aheett; inuow
Cavct; Walnut IaWcau and Mirror; WaUk. Stand; Wal
tint fkt i as UJai.Laa t ih sirs' lasasV II . ta .4 K.-fc..
Mailing; (anlea Toolv Howe Scalev: Ccol. Sse aiJ
Furniture Two-leaf TaUe; Lantcmt; Meat Safe; Wood
Chair; Firewood, etc
147 E. T ADAMS. AnctSooeer..
UILDINGS ANO LUMBER
A portion of this LsisJ, say aUxil case huujrasl acres, I
Is said to t paitksilarljr suitable for sugar can. I
K. f. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
iuu for by V. II, Cornst ell's l'r
Wliilnurv s urev filly flora, and I. K. Col-
burn's black Kelding Kiqal RiKhts. Thi ssas
a H mile ilish for g.yrar olds, and was mm by
lCtual Klghts In 1.24, Floia close In the fear.
A tirotest was entmil acaliut Ihe vsinncr on
account of age, the same nurse tmim; run as a
2-) car old last season.
The Lunalilo I'lale, purse of $75, sincle
dash of a mile, llut two horses were entries!
for this race, (.'. Macfjilanea bay gelding
Dating ami V. II. Ctimss ell's dun gelding
Cres'iier. The lace w as won by the latter in J. I.
The llicycle Kacc wa won In 6. 7 by an
The Kspicss Cup Hace and the creases!
I Kile peiioiiiuncc were omiitcu irom tnc pro.
ciamme. Thus ended the slay's siuiis.
Incidentally may Ik mentioned the presence
of King Kalakaua and of two of his ministers;
also ttut seseral uuties ami many chttoienwere
piescnt. The order kejn on the giounds wa
coniparatiscly cooil, and Ihciewu but one
arrest iluiing tiTc day. This was .of a native
woman, who had fallen by the wayside In an
eloatctt roiulition of mind. Judging from the
number of persons 00 the 'track, a large in
come must have been icccisdl front the sale of
ludges alone. Long before (he race were
over, theie must has;leen fise hundietl iieo
plcou the track. The ciossJtd state of the
luand .Slaud and Us front enclosure, polntcs!
mournful detachment, ranging in years from
crippled age to tender childhood, walking in
the hot sun, that long trudge, to pay their last
sad tiibutrj. As this portion ol the proces
sion passed the residence of Mr. 1. II. Danes,
that centlcman, assisted by his childien, car
ried water to the hot and dusty children and
the equally hot and dusty aged.
At the tnausolem, the service was brief.
Only the chief mourners, the royal party and a
favored few were permitted to enter. Of the
eighty or ninety, great anil small, kahilis, with
their precious feathers or 00, kaula, their
feathers of pilali and of many foieign birds
and their handles of jiolishcil kou and koa am)
ot other woods, (wo were seiecteu ana taken
inside the tomb. Sis others were placed out
side the entrance, there to remain, until the
list feather fragment has been blown assay.
One of Ihe kahilis taken Inside was places! at
the coffin of the late princess. The other was
placed at the coffin of Kamehamea III. The
latter lielongcil once lo the first Kamehamea.
It was matte ol tne tins 01 cocks plumes, seas
yellowish with age, but still beautiful, hiving
been well preserved. .It it one of the last of
rsamchamena katiins, ami must soon pcnn as
the race it typifies.
Those who lave seen other Royal Hawaiian
funerals say lltat (he obseVmies last Sunday
were not to lie compered in lunin and cere
mony to some that hase gone before, llut, to
the strange observer, it was a solemn, an ini
piessive ami a highly plctutenjue occasion.
The lllh was olasertota a holiday by 1
poition of the Koliala plantation, and there
was iiuiuiug Kituis; smi, stssshhuh; -nuiuuis
School celebration at the native chinch, which
was said to lie nunc pUuant and entertaining.
The rag laby brought before the wisest nun
by the two mothers very irojis-ily ncapcsl
King cut in twain, Imt young David, by nunc
mistake, nude hi appearance with the giant's
tword already captuied aivd held In hand lie
fore he had punched a hole in hu foiehad and
taut him low with a pstbWe. Veather in Ko
haU continues ss aim ami dry, and the cane
Si' "m ' i.
Woik on the new UivJmg at llawaluav Ha
waii, wis prngriflg wtiMfxily at kit ad-sic.
Gronatla of tkas Asrricultarasl Fair.
Ifsrrocl's lymr Lloabs, WstmtotJ Tvels,
TUt Uveks. TaUe .VasaiaVM,
Pure Linen. Bka.wl. rsM OootU,
Ceisaffie, Wbsae had CsJorrsI !i!V,
C'oWer Satint, trat Ctnafss,
Artificial Isvwers aMl I'callsers,
Ccaun llandtartlarla, ScTa; HaadsrrsKVf's.
TaUe Cos era, nUv. OaVedSsamtisaavi Crates,
I'aricr Mirtvrc atsd flec al Crar ITaaAcSs,
Wttria Lawns, IVtcA Sfss-J CcetAR,
Viae aasl VSTie Cbetk LasLaaSva,
FANCY DRESS OOODS,
Fancr Ilasiis, Krzaua SHku. Wool Starts,
WKie anl CMnred tkatraa Sasins,
Faaer Scarfs, Ilsic Kot"ers,
Urn's White aisl ISrcnsai CsU'!f!f llov.
j.fr.' If cm, JItns Keasljr.eauvS Cfctkinr.
LaiSes' llais (skate, Uaclt aasl CaAer aera,
Inilla KaUr Casta, CZapes and Irzust-s,
Woe anl Grar ifuw laaeteta,
Wcdrfl Ittariieta, aS sarrs, cc4crs aasl wclat;
Vrlrrt Cttrjt; Vrlrrl Jtwjt,
f'rtrel itM'l TttjtfHtri IPtxtr Jfisfa.
A fofl awflruneta at CI'..VTLF.IF.srS aad LA
DiCS," SADDLES: also. 5aaS.Sc f tVrrs and Girls
axai a few
DRIDLES, Saddle Cfcejr aasl Ousm Sires.
Sngtar Bmg, 20x36.
CoaU Ba. 26x37.
RIc Base and TwIbb.
Otilrttttltrtl Comtgalttl Uflttff (14 r8e),
la 6, y, t aasl 9 feel lectgtfc.
ROOriKC SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Aascaard Fence Wire, .S'cs.s.j.3 and 7, aasiSurtrs;
Galraalraxl Ircas Itocscta, aS sais-s;
fsalraislrcd Wask ltatuss,
Oalrafisjcd Garden llsrcSmac and NetUAT,
Ttroeil Iross SaaKrfaass. all sues;
1 caactues, rcaj Ja(an ruacfejaac.
1'iirinu llrickn mul Otinlen Tilt;
Lav Seat j C2jJrtt
THREE UWH TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASaTWARE.
Falser CUass Flower Ssaasia,
fORTL-XXD CEMENT-FIRE IlPslCKS,
l.lrril Stll ohJ Ktk Sail, Zlmrt, falmt
..( iUfnf Oil; VTmrtftrr Sean
rsior or 'alasca sTtmrr.
AT TIIK RESIUKN'CE OF A. PRATT, ESQ,
ON ACCOUNT OF UEI'ARTURE.
OaWaMUtwaUr Tua IMta.
Alio a. at,, wilt aa sow
Till'. KNIIRE II0USF.II0LI1 FURNIVURE.
In fast as iiil.irji
Haadioaa Parlor Sat,
Ta lWdru,ua Sela, axaniartc;
I o CIUM Inta, Jlluiio .Nils.
Nictis I tail Maiutscs rsajtnr ISIIms,
CussyWis, IVtoirvi auJ 04k Osaira,
Ksla&siuat thninar Table,
VmX Case. Wniwi Dssl, CU.I.S,
CVwi Nvs aad Kitchen Ulcftssta,
WtiealUsnow arsi 'I gU. Alw,
A 1W0-SKATED COVEREll CARRIAGE,
Oisc col Cania- Hon cats L iscsTitiawaasad;
On sJJt Haw. '
Ucfilftiuoc, aia ft of Hate,
lUAs, ISaiu, llartMss, isMUWi, tic,
N U.IV rsiuahosi wiaKu IK leat ItaJTa
siwt, conssr Ion aasl asu( aamta, at s ,
aauav, anil laiuns aAer lh saaa.
Al aaa'csxk ricun. oa lk pre nit, ill U snt.1 1H4
IIUII.IIINO oJ Cj taiUi U korss la W'sUias:
vseii fir cstuUl vt vaatWj ata, ISSM4 tassf fyc swimc;
alsi. a k oa lasaiUa; a.ach alsalslrsl IVeaX, iah
141 F, I'. ADAMS, Auakmacr,
NOTICE TO Sllll'i'EKS.
Th Ms WAREHOUSES S ds Q. a. S. Co. ar
tasw coaniJcaad. McrcKarktis tastcsMkU tsa- sluistsa
bs- sk1s 1 Its skua lux sB W tscsixa1 FREE ot
aasaaf arsl raciia UaueJ tu saraa.
insteram naiisKrsisaahaa bmm wi varsnassMsaa
. U. IKSVI.-S ISJ.,
Sijol A(aiaa O. Ss S. Co.
ENGINE TOR SALE. ONE NEW aollORSE
l-osr Eaaax, " fth( a Jer. Foe saI Of
C BREWER & COMHANV
iOWEI-fS STEEL ENGRAVED CARD AND
j Fsids fs tWasattta CaisU, IUU l-as-craasaaMS,
asiMa, lc, rsssiscst its u saaiaar al ll (tcbiasv
Isas uafKK, no. asAAAttasaava aarvca. las
NEwtr-mLEs artTsttic type Mta
Malioa.ar IW WaaWs Sxiak tVslU, Fro.
(raaaaaMA, EisiaasaLsieoat, esc., CSC. csasslAASl) tsnf
ris4 and srsiaaae slr IW Mas ixeBu4y .
acttsasl, as lb tsiac of lbs Far, N. t KaAaaaAA
English, American and Hawaiian
TWr, $ kaJ rm rvri tLox.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Asttasralir ttsl. star V, H. ft ! K-
l-OWELL DUFFKV.S' STE.M COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER UF.LTtNC tVoai "Uli,"
0 UHmrr faaasrr rJrt aTaarlaa,
.!, mc Tra-Jari. Jsrrr rrrlaVssf
acrsr THEO. II. IUVlEi as CO.
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