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SA'I r:K'l)A I'WI'.SvS I
riitillrtlnni"ltt l Mri.Mnl lrt I'd
t.nlal rwn at iA I'ntl 1 r !
HitlnnltiAii unit AiItmIIii will H"" athlrait,
TIIOS (t TIIKUM, IMhtiahar arid 1'inrilatr.r,
All nutUr ft lh Salnntaf I'ihi alimil.l !
a,t.ltat, Id h - SATUIlllAV I'tUtftM.
MnllraAlattf tinli tiftntrirat tianaptrln mi
th Mhar lalaniltwlltalwavt ImtlnnWitllr I'ffltut
tot ttitiltfatln l'tttMWi.liita ara rafpiaitnl In
aftpanil lhtr tftia iiamai In an ritmnmnteatlnita,
hot fir iMkattin are iarll, hut hi a itarantr
thai Ihf .ritr la arllrii In 004.1 lallh.
JUNK ti, it
M ny ltt"t of tiwal tmemi it unavoidably
t. II. W, lnfnn, what trtamirl hy th
Mariposa e uk up dfthl M tabon t Minn
iir.in, will pr$th i tht 51 h I to motmw
A rrlmlnl pBlm frt tlratlhfrt bwn n
tried fnmt Mm?. J, I), SpiwUli and V,
It win, batesl npnn th tf)tpfiJnlW fentib.
hraiiim of hut wl,
A Wwe titled, lit. Mi. Ofjlr of Chi-
R" hmt srjtstr tht ttmpnrftiy rati to I In
IW-ihcl tTttton Chwrh ofihk city. My law
nail rirfcn I eiptet to leave !Mn Fran
ii liy iIk Mftmttrflf Jul) tat.
1 hi muny fltemU i.f Hcv. I)t. Edward IIt.
wiih will l pJetHtri tit Itwtn lint lie Ii ev
peeled Hi rrte here tbfMtly fnr omninti
stall of a month nr nmr, limine; which vlll a
wf in of Ilia lime l planned to I rirrotftt In
the lnlirls of hit " But love," OjiTiii Coll.
the Hawaiian Mlittnu Chllrit'ii' Soeltly
will hold h oilJotumM anmul lutetlng in the
. M. f . A. 1111 llih evening at 71JO. 'llie
tieatmrt will ptcffnl hit report, and Ihe if
tiling pirolrirnti l)t. N. II. Knirimm, will tie
liter im adrirr, 1 he ilillc genet.tllv .lit in
tiled to attend.
At fori Sliert Church Sunria) morning
Uev. Ml. Human will pleach, and In tlir
evening Kfv. OIctlitli Matey will occupy
the nilpit. '1 hcc jvnne men nte iiitcirMinj;
nml rloqutnt ptwclicn of the K'Hpcl, mul liy
thrir elal fuatlttM have miile llicmclv
liotii of fticml In our dty. We nic ut.nl lit
KHiplc ate In liavt an opHiiiuniiy of hearing
TlinnVn in lich.ilf of a forWarinR pnlillc arc
titcmtetl to the au)iniitipt for their prompt
attention to the lltrrlnnii ttrect railro.nl cmt
ini; at the junction of Al.1p.1i street, rcp-iiri on
he vinic haiiif; liecn attended to thit neck,
The I'rcw i tlicreby encouraj;eil loaak, for the
third time, how l"i'K tlioic iron uhecU in that
value locality are to lie rtltoued lnotimcl the
load ? A. ciliicntnri of liyim horan tlicj are n
KOiernincnt micccm, It would now be in order
In move them to the oilier end of town lor the
education of horaca in that direction.
The lirt ".learner of the llauaii.in line of
teamen, the City of Paris Captain I-ockhead,
arrived jeleiday rnorn.n);, 19 d.i)i from
loroncl, 59 from St. Michleti nnd 7.) from
Liverpool. The City of Paris left Si. MIchicH
wiih 506 adulta and 26S minora ; there have
leen 5J infant nnd 1 adult death and 10
birth. The ship brought 1,100 ton of freight
for thi port anil 800 ton for San Kranciaco.
The trip a a qooil one in most rcipectf,
though the weather between Liverpool and St.
MichicW w-aa eiccedingly rough.
w 1 fir 11 1 in 11 1 ii
li Ifrtr, nl iilnlrtMI l'lr l
1 t III. 11. lit . ,ml.!inVr I hi f t ).. a lit n(li
a H nf il.iu.l o a M iherr .i lain in
the upper Nutiami, dlril" nlil ihr rifjlun of
WIMni'a let wotha nml rtty mtiMetl mahln
In th liwin of town, lint altwhlv liter m
iiinrii IWfa llmiet from putoe nml ifi
etnnwrn hall nrt prime ot emlpiilil(e MM
Infa nml from the arnhmed htptn. Ih
nai rrawla nere alirody dreaaxtil In their moat
rarlrrt brairij , I lie Swinaine. tnehoifd iirluwr
tli month if lli rlmtin!, wHaitfchtilfiiHH atem
In atrrn In aiajnal n(, awn.laola, liam
era and prnnanta, with tli Itnlon J nek t ih
mlii-ii nl the llamtltun mlflu nl the
fmr. The Mnllne nai tluillarty t1iaait, and
imit) nflh merflMiiliotii pteaenlnl n ap
praranev of itttMtwitfil Blrty. I'he nmrt nr
1m ptontwne! rmttNHm of the eacifii
wa ahown In I Iawnlln rtaK, IHa ami rtornt
and mail gml,mla, 'die nttilvti wnre lli In
tli aajajaule ealeni id avvetal nilln untie
Ikfnre S 11'elorW llnnolulit )id liajtin In
nKMr lowntila KurrfnUtil I'atk, Not all
llnrmlntn, for many nl lh alal.l alatetl, aid
man) ofllwotllBPloii went a pie nle In artd
many lolle.1 on aa if ihla nml a-da) oM
Had nn heed nf ita holldaya. lint thtre wa a
Inteimlttant atream nf humanity inwanU l.tlil
flnm the rvtrt) Inmr jiral ineiilloiieil (ill i l-.M.
Mr. A. 1'intik Conke'a tem launch ran
from the font of I'ihI altrel nt S ami tnto
.M ll na lo rim al 10 promptly and n very
dlaRiialed crowd nwemtilml at llral hour. Part
of ll 1 111 M 1 If 111 liiirrlediip lown nml found
tlirftneWe Jirt loo lale for rt but the imhIi
Mot; thai the launtli iengr lienl the Inn
rlera by half an Ihmii. 'I1iic m not re
1 r f in. hi "ii 'Ii- -nn ii ' ' iiyiug Mr
ll-iirv Mi. 'ulain- ' 11 I ini'U mul i"
lr I"Iiii iiiniiiiin 'l th''f Hilda re
nlle.l, .ifii'-'"inf"rial.h and aomr iruMdeilly,
hyine ttm lhre(ert f4lilynle( wi) Dn
theaaml ainnd I he Innkrii art, ehmly miu
lln, atooil nn ih IwiKhet 1 hut In tht mh'r
lartila ermifnrt mntr Ihwtjjrtt nf 1 and ll
drapery of numetraBi (mlli lirlliinrl the
(Ha-mr m all III dftall In the roar, lownni
the mm, mny rftiimrttlitlrwtereta)i,
ntn lnMhlml, mo in hwi. Ami Nnlir 1
aitno anri Ihr llitil ptae ddl IhilrliiR
htrMiMWi In Imxlimm from 11 a.m. till J 1 4.i
W1e r) (jiSal nuny vltflnti hfrntajlil !
cli limn home and lunched In ihr
atanila or on llie urminda.
The mew were for llie nwM pM ll eon
Ieti1 and inaiiimbMy eitltlnt, lint ware
mott leHloitily prohmgeil for nhleh two ft
tnna have been (riven the cuilenc) nf alieet
talk, One tUt nf rntwinera dfelate llml
the jtiitpn were Inrmnnetrnl, ln llie eat of
Menhir 1I1U claaa nf llie illallflet Urge tluit
ila eihimhigleal, letral and fimtndal itmllea
have n aomiiImiI lua time that he hai not
haul leiaiir lo aerpire a knowledge nl horle
dealt, and knovia no rflRrO aliottl raring Ihan
he duet abniit ih inwtna ftH the proem ptlce
ofetrhantte 'Ilila, If trite, la a aeriiaii etnint
jjtlnat the hnnnralile tmhle and e maghliAte,
mil ileiiia.ndt hla Milium mriildcrtllnn. Afloat
the aalule ami iMiidafime rrlali.ir of pulillo
iicroiinia ii la uigeil, lloil an niurli of lila lime
li.n been apenl In endenvoilng lo rniubat the
IMllloik but llleifAl dealgnaof thoae progreM
iv iMliln'i-t uilnltieia wiio uould fain contlriie
the approprlitlon bill lo mil their beneficent
eiida that he I1.1t lieen uralile tn read more
in-- 1 il aii u .,. 11 t 1. 1' 1 1 ' '
lr. l nl. .111 . tup K l-iljlll l ii v ' 'I
l""k hii I'1 I 11 nam. 'I ' l"f m In. ' 'i''
ami ai a mil' nnd a half I n nam 'I li'd ill "i
the front with j Itngiht 10 arttf X' ih- H
pol, hn.ar, Waltrfwd nta elnainj tli. gap
(fain with TeltprMM, rnigfln nla ah.nil'lef,
The rr by Waterfiml with a til
ofahmti MJIa rttcli, emilit to iim w)
the irnefcirill reeenMitf to iHliera tin
nmd w Ural, Urt namcl aeennrt, nd Tel
ephone atamtt lenfth In Ih t of the
lillfl Had itttjrhtifi hn apated Ih' rojiiill
clou thf of mil, wlrleh Mi Jockey
lltm ImiiieitlatrH tftoie I he ntew, II It ih
nplnlon of aome ihrawd hirmen thi he
wnukl liar won. I'.ieh liorae wa well 111 (fit
from iMgmflTnf, 10 rtwl. tin rumul ail. I to
he Idle Olrl, Httdfr an all, placed In I lie
ralalHe It) tfllatll. Ami llr altlprtient la
'Ilir I rtnt taw m rrstle Ihe othrr
rate- If they deae rtetl detailrd notice, which
iheV do ttfjl.
KaluUnl Cup- 75, HiiuniriK race 1 mile
IaiIi 1 on to all hnran bred In the ktiittdnin
that hive never inn al Kaniohnil Park. I. A
Cuiiiiitlu'e I ).i lay, ( Im. I.ucaa' Ma).r, Jaa.
cainptieira n, 11 won iv Wllay In M7i
K0I11I.1 Club Cup - a twi-epatak of $l)
added, One mile ami n ipiaiter daah 1 free for
all 1 weight for age. Chat, A IWIey'a Cm.
Hancock, I. A, I'umnilii'a Htamlford Coll,
II. J, ARfiew'a Idlefilrl, Ml lea llrm' Snap 1
won by Hancock In a.tHjj,
Oueen'a Pnrc.$l3. 1'rollliiu race 1 mile
heatt Ix'tl i In thteu tn harnett 1 free lo all
fiifroM 1 !
diimliitice of gay cotora on the Uiaea and rt J than llie title Mge of Ihe rule nl Ihe at yet
.idoletenl I hiill.in Jockey Club. Oflhejiin
ler member nl Ihe ditllngiilalirtl triumvirate,
It U pitifically rhargetl ih it the houra he lint
ajicnt in the invention of athea-elevatora, and the
concoction nf ImiU blllaacrloualy uiiliia lilm for
iiaauming the militated biaa of 11 properly
Henry He) man, the violinivt, arrived by
the Mariiaa, Hit name it wc'l known in
Honolulu and it it to be 'hoped imtic-loiri
people it ill not let him ro without al Icatt one
conceit. I lit vitit here Is simply one of rest and
le-cre&lion ; but, hecattf c the real arlitt it alw-ay
a public Servant, Honolulu hat now an op.
porltinily that ought not to be mittcd, of hear
ing rare good tiolin playing. The Mutic Hall
hat been lying idle for a long while and il our
island public would give Mr. Hcyman Ihe en
thuiastic support he to well iletervea it may
be the meant of bringing other first class talent
to our city.
The Statesman's Year-Book for 1SS4, puli
liihcdby Macmillan & Co. I.ondon, edited
thit year by J. Scott Keltic, it at hand. Thit
standard annual, devoted to the political, com
mercial, military and naval statistics of all coun
tries has embodied for the first tiire in this, its
twenty-first issue, a chapter devoted to the Ha
waiian Islands. It is to be regretted that in this
portion, s ithwhich we arc familiar, thai so glar
ing an error exists in the following : "The
heir to the throne is the Princess Victoria-Ka-wekiu,
born October, 1S75, daughter of Prin
cess Miriam Ukclikc and the Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn s married to John I). Domini,
goernor of Oahu." A reference to the Hiw-
niian Almanac and Annual for 18S2 which it
refers to among other v. inks of statistical re
ference concerning Hawaii would have ren
dered the abotc confused or complicated blun
der Impossible. It woutd also have shown the
population of Honolulu to be 14,000 instead
7,00a Such errors lend to shake confidence
in the work, lest similar inacuracics ctitt in
the portions relating tn other countries.
pleat Urn llie rnwl waT enlivened by more
than one cavalcade of native winiieii weeilng
litltllant omnRe colored klhelt, and riding for
the n mt art al n ilatlilng gallnp thai waa no
AN INTr.RlirtF.il R.r.MINIKt'.yi't.
Iii early days the piatiniiTor llamlr.g colon,
pirlicul.tily mange, wnt to pronounced that
when kihela weie interned one of the trading
house Imported a l.nge ipnntlty of orange
calico, aome of it with a white stripe and some
with a while figure. There w at Mich a ruth
fur Ihla nctv cloth that Ihe n-ilfto named il
Intiantl) " pau ke alio," " out of breath," to
Indicate lliclr hatlc to secure it.
Motl of the kilicls worn last Wcdneiul.iy
were deep yellow, hi the exnclett possible
Imitation of the old )lc. Hut a few were
pink, nnd one or two scarlet one were noticed.
Apro))t of the klhci, this it perhaps ns
good a place 11s any uicnlhclically tn icmaik
tint sctcr.il white ladies of the town, one of
them a piniiiinent iimtion.it) 's cliild, at that,
are earnestly conddcrlng the practicability of
adopting the kihei and riding astride. There
It much to lie said in fator of Ihe Idea so
much that there will be no easy task before
him who tries to put the practice down, after
it once thoroughly obtains.
In those days the natives went in great num
bersthere were then miny more to go, The
kihei riders uteri to be out in force, as in the
older days. It is interesting to remember the
origin of this unique riding habit. Horses were
not in general ne by the natitcsnf these i
lands until (about) thirty six the time (about)
that the lint carriage came to Honolulu. Horses
had multiplied on Hawaii and many began to
be brought to Honolulu, the natitcs buying
and learning to ride them. Horseback riding
became apistinn with thcin. llie early mis
sionaries would have preferred lliat their dusky
sisters rode decorously j but there were several
objections. There were few side-saddles nud
they were expensive. Many natives were aide
to btrj nlcn'a snides Mcsican or Californian
and not Australian, in those days but few emild
afford to buy kide-siddles. Thevnalivc women
and girls learned to ride astride barchick and
on their husbtnds' nr fathers' or brothers' sad.
dies, and so could not bring themselves to
feel quits safe on women's saddles wheu
opportunity offered. Alxmt this lime the
ladies of the Holmes family invented the kilici
Mr. Holmes tvas at one time acting United
States Consul here and was married tn a
wealthy native girl by whom he had several
children ; they then occupied a line grais
house, standing in a lot about where the Odd
fellows' Hall is located. The Holmes family
Capt. J, I . I'lunev'a Jnr Dike, (as. Dodd'a
Tliomasll., fi. H, llmiiihtnllimt'sTobv, The
lint boat wat won by 'Ihoinat , In j.ft
1 ir it 11 ( I I.IW 1 "If a
M ."1- I. ill I 1,1 i tr
11, i''r- inili tii'.ti "I 'ii''
f all r i--.tr,-- r--mb" r tit""? "a"
wottll tor 11 tMil model of the )Hlly rtMM
terl flrtlit'fJml pstntp,
CHwrtfnimtM e htWil m Mnmm
mntm)htMy Hung firM mtlln
erctt tMKtml Hanked with hwf bon,irt.
fir lltfin Ctrt Manufacturing
t.nniWiy nhlMlarl a Imtn md wtfi,
cirl, buiary ml driving ran,
Mt Kohn rthlbtted pIctiMnl algn, reftre
nrrtlnfi half niKlr woman nf dnWrmt ruihm-"lit-noMlnR
up a nondeseripl rout of arnta,
W. H. Uf Mliilrtlwl ) fm In iot.
f. T, tnld fahlUlert a (me enllcthwi
of farm, Itrgtmi, ami elltrn,
A. JJf ftNIWled a follfCtlnfl of (I rr
Ml of CTWofla, rullfd from htMn rollrrtlotl
of rW .
Carl WllliitaJ eshlbtlrri nmneroiN tqf,HM,
the eilt linpflrieil from (itinny, InelwHHg
the ile llelmit llahlraM, new to ihi,mtinirr,
'I Ik (fnvwrnntjrtl mtrfty, urnlf chrxe of
Mr, Wlllllng, eahlblled i varlellet ofeii,
Mr. Mta, and Mitt Cleghnrn enlilbttrri
nniHrrnit oillclM nf pf Imlllve I lawalUn make.
I'll ttlaloajtie it ItnM year hi to full nf
inhltk lht no accurate aecmint nan Ik coin
pileil frnin II. Ami of enur detailed rni
tie nf Ih bntt, Wtlle or other lire ulnek
eililbllnl cannot Iw ifiad.
'Hie t'uiw will rnntlmi In-day,
A llsrofntvttr.ls will pmlMbly he published
Ihe luduei declared Ihe heat dead and Mr.
Oorid wllltriicw Ida home, Joe l),ikr won the,
teeonri nnd third limits nnd Ihe race, lit 1. tH'
Ucclproclly Plate $150. Kiinnlng race
mile lienta 1 beat 1 In J 1 fire for lniKirted
horse only 1 weight for nge. II. J. Agncw'a
Idle Hoy, Jat, CaiiinbeH'a liottfrey II., J. K.
S. Kynnerslry't Knhala (ilil, lille Hoy won
the two heatt rnnsrriitlicly In i.ti'and
Viit-cn limnna rule ami $75 nil.lr.t--1 Inll
"horsey judge. Iletidet, holli jutlges Wide- .mllcriath for Ilawalhn breil 1 year olds, won
nun miri Pratt are obliged to use glitars, I by W. II. ( ornwcll'a Mignonette (Thomas
something which ougbl never lo be allowed ' Murpliy Lollle withdrawn, sick) In I niimite.
1 l 1 hin,niilL,.m,ii, H nlK.-Ilr., H.,,,,,1,,..
.f.,,,-.,,Mn,-.. ,m , ,,v p,v. 1.,,,,,,,,,
race 1 rnnc nam irce lor an norsca nrcn in
In the judge's Hand of a rare track.
On Ihe other hand may Intlsl thai llie juric Hie kingdom , weights for age. Chns. I.ucat'
were just and only reasonably firm, and thai J'0" 'V!,,I,,C . "' 'r''!," JlTV, J",i'"1"
. ,;,,, , , , , bell I.urlinct won liy Ponl Mol In 1,511.
last Weilnesday t races were I'on.tticleil .id- Knhukti Cup--aud $50 added. 'Ilircc-
owned a great many horses, the famous Isa-
The Kinau, from Hito and way (writ, will
lie due to-morrow morning.
The llrilish steamship Australia will be
fully due from San Tianciscu to-morrow.
The whaling bark Dawn, Captain Hickmott,
sailed from San Francisco May 171I1, for the
The Ilritish barkentine Mount Lebanon Is
at llrewcr .V Co't wharf, discharging a general
The American bark Atalanla arrived from
ihe Sound last Sunday with a cargo of lumber,
which the is discharging at the fool of Port
The American Imk Abbie Cartel it in the
stream, she will sail fur I long Kong in a few
d)i, and icturn to this port with a cargo of
'Ihe American steamship Mariposa, Capt
Colding, aimed off port at datlighl Mondaj
(inkling. She U at the Company's wharf
hading for San Prancisco, to sail next Moil
day at noon.
Her lliiiunlc Majesty' ships Swiftsure and
Mut'mc, united lis! Monday from Callao, the
former it al anchor outside, und will lease
hetc on or about Tuewlay nctl for Victoria, II.
('. The Utter 1 at anchor in the harbor, and
will piobably ictnaia here for some lime
The Haitfoid left tun Francisco about the
first of May, but when off the Southern rout
of California she broke her shaft, and returned
to Sin Francisco foi lejuira. Il it probable
tlial she will icnuJu theieihice tuonlht, Kear
Ailtnlial Upthui will go by steamer lo Callao
and tiantfci hit Hag In the Shenandoah whhh
is now In Southern uatcK. Capl. C. C. Car
(wnlcr, Ule coniuundcr of the Hailford, hat
leconeiol from his recent llliiesa' and U nott
Ka.t. Capl. Ccotge II. Pcikim wt ap
wlutit lo fill the tacancy but sent in hit K
ignattou stating that he wattirctl of the scr
sice. CluplalnJ. II. II. llronn of he lint
fot'ij ha tesiuncd, to take elfcct ,oeroU-r IK.
Medical Inptui Datid Kliullelwrgei hat ie-t-eitcil
the appointment of lied tutgvon for
the I'jcilic MjiuJien,
(lore among them, and the girls all rode like
centaurs. Hut Mrs. Holmes was a good friend
of the good missionaries and would be exceed
ing proper. And so she inventied the kihei
which some people call .1 pau, nnd which is
best st)lcri kihci-piu. There be those
who misunderstand or understand not at all the
mechanism of the kihei. It is an exceedingly
simple and yet somewhat complex garment
provokingtyeasy.like Columbus' egg, wAen out
unJtritiDiJi il. It consists of three or four
widths ol calico sewed together in lengths until
they attain Ihe proMirtiont of an evaggeratetl
theet.fronitentotwelvefect long. Thttistakcn
up by one edge and fastened around the
waist in frnnt exactly in the middle of the up
per edge, Ihe other edge falling to the feet.
Then the middle of the lower edge is drawn
up under the seal and fastened to the waist in
front. Iloth ends of the kihei arc tucked un
der the knect so that the habit has the effect
of a pair of bloomers, the lower corner tinder
the leg falling loosely towards the ground,
and nf course streaming liackward when the
horse Is in rapid motion, like the lower folds
of a riding skirt, only on each side doubtless
the most picturesque of riding habits.
Fourteen ) ears ago the I lonolulu Race Course
was a half mile track locattd on the plains
mauka of llerilania street and occupying or
encircling or encroaching on the ground now
occupied by Messrs, Hendry, Vilriu, Ilahcock,
and Henry Macfarlane. Thelrack waifenccd
but the buildings were few- and couiurativcly
shabby. The turfmen of these days were Ka
mchameha V, John Cummins, the Meeks, C.
II. Judd, Allen Ileibctt, James 1, Dowtett
and a few others.
Some of the favorite horses of those limes
were Carlotta and Carry the Newt to Mary,
owned by John Cummins ; Tom Ridley, be
longing 10 C, II. Judd t Cornel (now owned
by A. T. Atkinson) then owned by Allen
llcilteit 1 and numerous horses with native
rv.mct owned by saripui persons not recalled.
AT rile PAltK.
Pcforcllie hour of " lo,,n. sharp" arritcd,
the various stands mauka the course were fitted
with spectators, and within the track a num
Iter of private carriages were drawn up 10
await the races. At dilfetenl placet around
Ihe course spectator had ranged ihemtchct.
Ilotset weie lied and vehicles left standing
hue, there and ctciywhrre. The nflitert of
ihe Hawaiian Jockey Club- President James
Camptidl, Vice-President Frank Pratt, Secre
tary C. O. Itcrger ami Treasurer Ceill Ilmwn
wcreon'lund bellmet. In the judge' stand
Metari. Vt'idenumi, Spreckelt ami Pratt were
jutlges, Messrs. Cecil Drown and C. O, Merger
iaic-kct-iers. Mr. C. a Wilson u ctcik of
Ihe course. Mr. Jamct Doriri had charge of
the saddling paddock and Captain I lay ley,
( late llth Prince Albeit HutsJii, b' C.ottge I)
Theie lie tit stands on the niakal tide pf
llie hone ttrctch. The one nearest Honolulu
and ihe uexl belong to ihe king, between
them, little inakaf, wat pitched a tent for the
band. Towards Leahi fruui llie luyal standi
he gianri Hand came first, and then, la he
mlrably. The ricfcnritri of the judges .iy the
I rack was kept more clear, loud cries and had
language more effectually checked, ami jockey
lug more nearly presented than when the
races were under charge of the Kaplolaui
Park Association. .Messrs. Pro arc undeni
ably earnest in their ilcfcntc ; but it mutt be
admitted that the Mettr. Con arc equally
earnest and give forth .1 larger volume of voice.
As to Mailer Haley there arc also two
opinions : One opinion insists that the modest
cx.huts.ir docs his level best, and the other
opinion declares the swaggering mounted con
stable tn be conspicuously unfit for his post.
On this topic a gentleman who has not
missed a race day for many )car, tayt t " In
regard to the starting of horses at the race
track on the llth or June, I would say that ft
great deal of dissatisfaction prevailed among
the on-lookcrs nt the unnecessary delay con
sequent tiiioti the arbitrariness and poor judg
ment of the starter, nud also as to the moth: of
stalling. So far as I am informed, it is cus
tomary in such matters, when the uiicscn
starting speed of horses prevents them from
coming well together under the wire, tn order
the faster horses to score to the slower. Had
this been done in the first trotting match, a
great deal of unnecessary delay might have
been prevented, as ntso the ill-feeling con
sequent upon .1 spoiled race and the imposition
of absurd ones. The recall of the horses after
a start had been allowed in the first heat was
perfectly without warrant. 'Hut tho declaration
ill this case of "dead heal" instead of "no
heat " made the affair only still more absurd.
The start in the Jf-milc race was simply an
absurdity, which cs'cn the otvnt-r of the de
clared winner acknowledged himself. The
absurd method of starting with a flag needs
condemnation. Common sense should tell
any man that the riders of horses hate suffi
cient occupation for their eyes in Hatching
their own and their competitors' horses with
out having to watch also for tho dropping of a
Hag which, in certain positions, they might
not be able to sec at all. The signal for start
ing should always depend on sound and never
on sight. Judges on a race track should be
men who have perfect sight, who can see Jhc
wire without artificial aid, and who will pay-
more attention to the close watching of that
than to the relative position of the hones on
the home stretch."
Clerk-ol-lhe-Course Wilson seems to be voted
a just ami gentlemanly official the echo of no
dissenting toices havcing reached the chaste
cincts of this rigidly impartial scribble croft.
Hut Mat the ractt wtrt " spun cut," no tiiJ,
tvtry one admits except the luncheon sellers.
There were some beautiful animals on the
course. Idle Hoy was ideal to, in a different
way, was Waterforri. The old favorites Poni
Moi, Waterford, Hancock and the pony Ehu
kai w ere greeted with applause. Some of the
colors worn b) the jockeys were very hand
tome ; Charley Wilson's were blue and black
cap ; John Cummins', white and black cap
Charley Lucas' pink and blue ; James Camp
bell's red and gold j Hilly Comwell's cardinal
with black Maltese cross ; II, J. Agncw'sbluc
and cardinal C. A. Bailey's blue thirl and
black cap ; Miles Bros., red and black ; J. K.
S, Kynnerstey't, maroon and black cap ; C,
II. Judd's purple and black cap ; Mokuleia
Stock Farm, black, and red sash i Jamct I
Dowsctt, Jr'i, cardinal cap and sleeves. Johnny
Noble, who rode Waterford so well, is a half
while from Waikapu. Mr. Agnetv's jocky,
Clifford, from California, Is a man in age,
but reduced in weight to less than loo pounds.
He displayed admirable judgment in hii race
with Idle Hoy for the Reciprocity Plate. A,
Ilroute, who rode Hancock, is a good jockey.
Romeo might have had the first race, the
Kaiulaul Cup, had he started in time, but he
balked liarily and then tried to catch up after
the others were nearly a quarter of a mile
ahead. At it was, Mr. Cummins' sorrel filly
Daisy took the race in I. 57)t. InthcKohaU
Cup, Mr, Agnew't Idle Girl wasa hot fatorite.
General Hancock of Maul, however easily
hit distinguished namesake was beaten by the
lamented (iarficld, wat not to lag al the heels
of either Stanford' coll or Idle Gill; and won
the dash with something to spare in I. lSj,
The Queen't purse, mile and icpeal trot,
had three entries. The race wat (officially)
won by Capl. J. C. Chiney't Joe Dike. A
false ttatt wat made and Thomas II. came
in a neck ahead of Joe Dakr, In i.46j
The dritcr of Dake declared thai Ihe driver of
Thoniat II. had Crowded him and had shouted
to at to lueak up hit horse. The judges
declatetl the heat "dead and lined the neg
who ilroie Thoniat l. and ordered the owner
lo put on another tbher, Mr, Do,).) there.
uion withdiew hit horse- which, jointly
with III dilvei had the sympathy of Ihe
In Ihe race which wat Ihe mot etching one
of the dty, Chambeilaine Jutld't Telephone
had that firt choice of position, II. J, Agnew'
Uti-rumed. ami and V, 1 1. Cornwell'h Water
lord, Jrd, Theie was a got! start, and Tel,
phone and Wtierfotd soon, went lathe front
hugging each other cloicly with Un-nau.ed
icrcrul lengths Jn the rear. For the
nnrj.lnx Miitif .
' II '.,(.. llinnl Mrrlinu Inn run
ilnlf llfttlrttlitrr trt'l Iff llaaftlt
rtil tf lhttl ajf.rr
tAhrtl tlt city editor heid thai ihe llorlo
Inhi Iln 1 Ii -f th WoiBifl't (Wrd nf W
(tumwa to m "i ll T0yT the V M
C A, fnnl'ting, Ik eatl sli-if him for a -una
rnyrmtrint, i" ifp-.n the muling llf I'totfl
(titty inttatd " tatatii -Inn. tvirailird in
HH, WrWf ffttwWI Ml the gush lemififf,
rWw Mft by th I'irthfan (trow f an am
1111 r1lft, akwplng th 1rtt of th st.
"Wmnit thll I wi'l, aal'l ihr iiyflliof
I, 1 r Mt. Ur With 11
1 r 1ir htfl I" 01 fi- 1 .itntaii 1
nl sllta Annrii' 11 Palttwr. " t tnitj lly th"
ha been aHrrrtafHl ifarli.-t ami ".tinriay
fttonf WtiflisW. Mia Pl- I-- f-n Vft
l.. ti an aii'titi- nt in f , 1- - y tv i- . 1
l.t-.t. f-.ii it I 10 many v-Jr .' a il n lift
n"t fii-l.l it'it ha lwn pnn'"i 1I1
VA'ttrtana h'tard of Wtsalun aa twli..of) 10
P'Mnyip ! will go down bv iht- Morning
1tf (If It rvf rrtttfiM), and will lw iit)iiinil I a k44it m ki h -l
h the Womtut't m HI i litiltjhi. mUiI I I '" t aw
hf fit llfir lmMa of llittail a" I Maui
Duniitt ihf !"' ffr 'hf I! I I a (
II . , ... .j ,M
mi .x tl vtria tattr ata M-taylls; la-4
tm v4 tSi 'Im naltt aa4afil Ihim1'
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a "M '' M' It
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1 taaaWMl At tvt mat th ,a-
and In ty fdl (tntl Ih mlfti irijrirr who , .jiyj t it miwion wnk l.,tif i-,ng 1I1. 1.
quarter mile dash 1 free for nil ( year olds born
in the kingdom, Jns. (nmpnell O. II., I
IL Judd's Flora, ('has, Lucas' loiroi won Ii
O. II. in 1.31.
(Irnlcr's Plate- $100. Running race half
mile tlash ; free for nil 2 year olds ; catch
weights. Thus. Murphy's Columbine, 11. J,
Agnew's Uva, Mokuleia Stock Farm's Col.
(lift j won by Columbine in 53 Jf secondly
Amateur Plate $50. One mile dash, own
ers to drive 1 free for all pacers anil Irottert,
to wagon, that have never beaten 3.5,5. II,
J. Agnetv's Maud, S, Parker and C. Brown's
Hurry. Fred. Horner's Stranger! won by Maud
King's Plate $150. Running rate! 1
mile dish ; open fur all : weight for age. W.
II. Cotmteir Waterford, II. 1. Agnew's Un
named, C. II, ludri'a Telephone; won by
Waterforri, in 3.58-
Casino Cup and $25. Pony race J mile
dash ; open to all xm!cs bred tn the kingdom,
not over 14 Hands Ingli; catch wcirliti,. Miles
Bros' Mohiwk, T. K. Nathaniel's F.hukai, I)
Iivell's Jenne I'cki, -Star Kami's Tsrani; won
by Mohawk in z.ozjj.
katnclumcln Plate $200. Running race!
mile heats ; best 2 in J ; free lor all ; wciglt
for age. J. A. Cummin's Stanford Coll, II.
1. Anncw' Mb- Ilnv. Mllrs Bros Snntt: won
by Stanford Colt in two heats in 1.54i and
INpress Plate $150. Trotting race: mile
dash; free for nil express horses. D. Hallo
way's" Dickson, Ben TenoraVt Dick ; won by
Dick in 2,50.
Foot race 10, 200 yerds. W. C. Kaikana,
Joe I'ju.in, Willie anil John Spencer, won by
winie in zz seconds.
There is much favorable and unfavorable
talk about town regarding the recent formation
of IhellfSSnlhih Jockey Clulr.y The "outi,"
Ihe "in! "and the "independents" of equine
politics look at it each from the different apex
of the same triangle. One parly say it is
"just the tiling," " the way we long hate
sought and sighed because we found it not,"
"ihelie-st arrangement that Kssibly could be
made to secure fair and represent active
racing." Another party say : " It is a ring,"
"a close corporation of palate-party hangers
on," "a lot of incapable who arc not horse
men anil not representative." A third party
sayi " It is half a dozen of one and six of
the other." " We have never had any fair
racing." " It is all a gilded cheat, a hollow
impo-iiion, l'ouf I "
Wi,l I, the Oceanic hoy can play gO'id
game of batelmll flr all, at latt Baton! iy't
match wiih the Honolulu proved, Those
who umlrrtlaiid the game ami nre judgtst of a
rtub't cnpabilillc nil mil that, notwithstand
ing the Honolulu' run of eleven on the first
Inning, the Oceanic played as well, If not
better than Ihe 1 lonolulu throughout the re-
mining eight innlngt. Their It Imt Utile
doubt lli.il the general prophecy nf defeat,
coupled with the confidence nf the knowing
one, who were betting two to one on the
llonolulus before the game, contributed large
ly to the result of the first inning, Il It but
truth to s.1) Ihe opinion hat ifrevallcri that the
Honolulu nine ls Invincible within the itlanriti
hut It it now plain that if they hold their own
against the uceariic they mutt 1I0 tome very
good playing, arid that all victories of the past
now warrant nothing for the future, The day
was fine ami the attendance fair, there being
some three hundred people on ihe ground.
The game wnt called al 3:20 l:n. lit Umpire
Rosa. The llonolulus won the choice and
took the field. The Oceanic went to bat
without scoring; Scott, K. I). Baldwin, and
Kinney going out in tuccesslon. The llonolu
lus now made eleven runs, after which they
made only eleven more to the Oceanic' thir
teen runs. In llie second inning C, W. Bald
win, Jones anil Thunton of the Oceanic, and
Dowsctt, 0. Wodchouse and Markham of the
Honolulu, went out in succession. Sliarrctt,
Oat and Whitney each scored one for the
llonolulus in llie third inning; while Wall. II.
Baldwin and (jrossmari sent Ihe Oceames to
the field. (11 the fourth inning llie Oceanic
scored their first runs, li. D. Baldwin, Kinney,
and C. W, Baldwin making one run each. In
litis inning (J. Wodehoust, Markham, Swan
and Sharrctt each scored one for the llono
lulus. The score now stood three for the
Oceania, and set en I ecu for the llonolulus.
The Oceanic nude four runs in Ihe fifth and
sixth innings, and sent the crack nine to the
field twice without a dot. The game grew in
teresting as it became apparent tliat the Hono-
lus wcrr not holding (heir ground, and the
rtiiuiaiUA llie tveanio, wc frequently -ap
plauded. Intheseteuth Inning C. W. Bald
win scored one for the Oceanic, ami Dowsctt
and 0. Wodchowe one each for Ihe Ifonn
lulus. Although it was hardly thought prob
able that the Oceanic could retrieve their lost
ground, yet it was evident that tht) were giv
ing the llonolulus all they wanted, and Capt,
Whitney began playing his men in a very
careful manner, which was indeed very pru
dent on his part. Both nines made two runs
each' in the eighth inning, leaving all bet
made two to one in a doubtful condition.
The Dceanics now went to bal for the last
inning, Thurston, Wall, and II. Baldwin each
scoring one and making a total of thirteen
runs. The llonolulus failed lo connect with
the home base this inning, Sharret, Markham
and Winter putting the nine out with the
former score of twenty-two runs standing. If
their eleten runt of the first inning !e suli-
(ractcd from the Honolulu's score, antl their
average tun thereafter of two be added, it will
be seen that the clubs will stand thirteen to
thirteen ; and it is on this basis alone thai the
realpla)ingofthc two nines can be fair ly judged
I have always understood thai the llono
lulus had a great advantage in the pitching of
Markham, and wassonicwhat.surprisetl to find
that Wall pitched a better ball, in my judg
ment, taking the game throughout. I think,
howetcr, that Wall made a nuSlake in pitch
ing a Miaight ball in the first inning. Mark
ham is undoubted!) a strong man, bul taking
all things Into consideration I do not think he
pitched a carefully and accurately on Satur
day last at his reputation demanded, bwan
did good pl)ingfoi the llonolulus on third
base j Winter mane a pretty fly catch in left
field, but made some poor pitch ups ; Whitney
took a high fly on a long run in good style,
and Shariet and Whitney made a quick double
play, putting Thurtton and Wall out. For
the Oceanic' Kinney on first lasc did iafe
catching; Jetties made a good fly catch in
right field, as did also C. Baldwin in center
field ; Scott put Oat out on the home base by
pretending to throw to second ba and having
Tltr jlirirntturnl I'atv.
The modern, reorganized, Rojal Hawaiian
Agricutttnal Society's second annual show-
opened yesterday at noon. The permanent
headquarters ".elected, about opposite the
centre of the mauka curve of the race course,
lias lieen given by Knpiolani Park, and build
ings and stables erected to meet the needs of
the annual fair. The large lanal, formerly on
the premises of Ihe late Princess Ruth, wasaold
to the agricultural todcty by lion. C. R,
Bishop, so that it was taken down, set up and
repainted on the outside at a cost to the society
of less than $1,000. Stalls, paddocks, pens
and cage for the competing live stock, horses,
jacks, mules, cattle, sheep, swine, dogs, poul
try and fancy birds, were erected out of rough
northwest ami put up for the most part in por
table shape, to be removed at will. It was
necessary to erect all of the pens, etc , to
windward nf the lanai, on account of the
Considering thctlistance from town, the num
ber of exhibits entered andlhepromptnest and
thoroughness with which all the arrangement
were made is remarkable. Many omissions
and drawbacks which may lie noticed this year
can be avoided in the fuluie. It must be re
membered that the distance from town results
in frequent forgctlulness of necessary portions
of exhibits, entailing frequent six-mile Itiin- to
repair omissions. General Manager llrownilhe hall returned from the short Hop, and F.
has had a merry time of it. livery
a grievance must needs take it forthwith and
wur it Into the capacious liotoni of ihe always
amiable chief. " Mr. Brown, I want a tag for
my dog"; "Mr. Brown, my horse ought (o
hate a better stall"; "Mr, Brown, thai there
paddock's not half big. enough for my cattle';
"Mr. Brown, I waul a hammer and three
nails"; "Mr. Brown, do you think theie can
be any- possible doubt that any ducks will take
the first piiie"; "Mr, Brown, my husband
sent down our pig and out dog, ami theic's
the pig tied to a tree and I don't know- where
the dog Is, ami wonl you please go find him ";
"Mr. Brown, will you please look after these
mat and these !wlt and this lapa. It ran't
be replaced, you know "j " Mr. Brown, I wish
you'll find a belter place for thit magnificent
bunch nf sugar cane "1 " Mr. Brown, my c
hibit is alt wrong on the catalogue " "Ms,
Brown, my things arc not dovwi nn the cata
logue at all," The foregoing ticcimtn wailt
are part of a long chain. I
Il It iniKitiibc 10 give dfltllcd descriptions :
of the show there It not space at command.
Taken a. a whole the cthibitt were creditable.
In the Uuai, the agricultural imk-nicnU
were especially noteworthy. Th K Hants
Sugar Company ethlbltetl a giubbcf , mtnufc
lured by Alcxttn.cr IJnritiy, blacksmith of
the plantation, This grubber It intended far
cultivating between the iowi of plant or rat
toon cane. The saute company eihibit a
tubtoil plow, alaq manufactured by Mf, Und
U) ) the manufacture! claiming that it it or
simpler and yd stronger cuiittructlon than
like plow a ordinary ut,
lUltttitn took a hot liner in a mol deliberate
manner. Hut the end is nut jet ; ami now
thai the boy are fully awake, we all expect to
witness some hard struggles on the diamond
field In Ihe near future. By the way what is
the matter with the married men? They he
lieen sta)ing rather close at home.
There it a fine oil painting recently done by
Honolulu's talented artist, Mr. Furncaux, now
on ethibition at William' photograph gallery.
1 hate never ccn Ihe queen, but those who
arc acquainted with her majesty assure me that
the likeness i true to life. Ihe picture ita
very striking one and stand, well out on the
cam att, bringing fotth Iwih feature and cxpies
tlon, with a fine effect. Compared with other
picture of (lie royal family of these islands, it
is certainly a meritorious in alt points as any
I hate seen, and surpasses them. In bold nest of
touch and delicacy 01 intotlng. Those Inter
tttctl In r matter should' not fall lo call it
Mr. William's and ec picture which docs, to
much cieJil to our home artist, lost a,
Honolulu, May 11, 1SS4,
tt sharpening lilt 'ihr ttlih yMn knUr a
111 1 1 If s lrg lh ft eyih. "(in, young
litawi," )r Iht rlly tlllBf, "(Hitl If ym do ie
prnl for rtw lW ttstttlftc, yaw will do whtl
"Mil IkM nr ttott bftH(."
II w pM HAM. when Ihr modfal tr
(Miilfr ifstcticrf Ifft hall. IV Mta wttr
galhri in th buluir room i the fight of
lhfHrnf, Th prtwkllltg oWeer noted In
apprntveh, Mine forsrd, mllrl, fi1 W
Imaln inil Inslleri Mm In enter. " Thl It
out of ihe tmwl," th mid, " bill If ytm will
come In ild lk MMt In Ihr Wilkitri eitrnei,
trunk. ol keep qui tvl refrain from ap
plauding when anything e selling I U Ad
liy ni nM the eye of the only rUrutkiu
dml in tht) room and (ml oh ih htjtuf-vmvM'nl-mvIl
In.yrmf-rfHwth epitoTi of the
uUl newspaper mM ami jvtir ntle A
out of siitil, I I will lie all fight."
It wm th most rrllieal moment of hit c
teer. Black ryt In light of him, blue efnln
ttfi of hiw, gray stye In front of Mm, mildly
UnluWllftj. Tn ttojie or not lo lapi iimi
wat llie question. Wlmlwi il were belter
then and there lo crow tint Kubionn threshold
or to return e retlfillerr to hit chief ami idrnit
that lie w.11 not worth forty dollar a week
Dial wot hit alternative lilt 'Jcrliton wat
taken Instantly. He entered Ihr room blush
ing fi furloutly that it wat ImKissible lo tell
where bluthet began ami completion ended.
He r come curiout and un-underit.inding,
illipcieri to be somewhat flippint, critical, ex
acting. He remained an appreciative lltlenrr.
A tyiniKttium of earnest women who have
something better than tittle-tattle lo talk about
It generally instructive and alwayj Improving.
It hail been part of the young man carping
creed lint charity should begin at home, He
had prided himself not a little that he wat
viine other men were not. lie did not believe
in sending money lo the heathen what had
the heathen ctcr done for him? There were
heathen enough al hi own door were that
door In San Francisco, New Vork, Chicago,
New Orleans or Honolulu; and ycl, tomchow,
lie had not been in that assemblage ten min
utes before ft little wate of the general en
thuihiin rolled Into lilt quiet corner and quite
sulmicrgctl him. Il wat not that Ibis "general
enlhuti-um" wat exuberant ; there wat no gush,
no pother, no penny-a-line sentiment, no bun
combe. The meeting wat at dignifiedly butl-
nets-like at one has a light to imagine the
sessions of the charnlicr of rommerce, are
Mr. I-owcll Smith presided. Mr Sereno
Bishop and Mrs. Dr. Whitney were secretaries.
Mrs. C. M. I lytic a chairman of one of the
committee, read a report. Mrs. I). F. Dilling
ham read a financial statement. All that wat
said was brief, business like and to the point.
But underlying etcry sentence that was utteicri
was an earnestness that carried conviction
the rin of the metal of true devotion.
The aftcroon session wat more generally in
itsscce. Mr. R. W. Logan who goes with
her husband to a new post in Micronesia,
related several incidents of tier eight years
stay in that farthest out-poit of i'oljnctian
labor. She spoke of her husltand't work
of translating Ihe New Testament Into the
language of the Islands 'of Rnk. Mr. and
Mrs. Logan arritcd by-the Alameda hound-l
for the islands of Ruk of the Caroline group.
In the last year of their residence in Micron
esii, lhee devoted miationeric endured hard
ships that may not be easily appredatcd by
those of us who bate never leen in like cir
cumstances. It is vers- hard for those of us
who hate never been more (han a day's ride
from a grocery store to realize what il means
to be without what tve have learned to con
sider Ihe evaentials of diet flour, meat, the
vegetables and fruits of the temperate rone.
When the Morning Star reached the island
or. which Mr. and Mrs, Logan were liting
about two years ago, Mr. Logan wnt suffering
from extreme prostration the result of violent
hemorrhages of Ihe lungs superinduced by
fatiguing school work and lack of proper lood.
They had lieen husbanding Iheir resources
for two months and when the Morning Star
dropped anchor ide the reef that encircled
their islet Iv - they hail opened their lat tin
ofbeef and were eating their last loaf of bread.
Mr. Logan wat so bound up in his work that
he thought he might lie able lo continue it
after a few months' recruiting at the principal
mistionary station in Micronesia. lie judged
wrongly and shortly after the Morning Slar
sailed on her return voyage to Honolulu his
hemorrhage returned and the resultant pro
stration left him weaker ?lhan ever. At thl
juncture a British minof-war arrived at the
island, The surgeon of this't essel made a care
ful examination and declared that unless Mr.
Logan could be remote! to a drier and cooler
climate he coald not live. The man-of-war
was hound for Sydney. It was impracticable
to give Mr. and Mrs. Login passage. The
uun-of-.tar tailed away, and hope went with
it. Hut a few days later there came little
New Zealand trading vessel, a schooner of
only 70 tons burden. This schooner loaded
with copra to return to Aukland. Il was ex
pected that the 'tnyage would be between
forty and fifi) days; and. clutching al a straw,
they took passage thereon. There was' no
room fortheniln the little cabin; they could not
have existed in the sliding hold, its sweltering
atmosphere thrice heated by the heat, exaling
copra; and so Ihcy were obliged to remain on
deck cotcreri by a low and narrow roof uf
exceedingly thin boarilthcii only protection
gainst rain and sun. Their supply of food -ihe
only fiwri that Mr, I.cgan could cat wat tery
tow, Hit wife used lo prepare it liertcif, that
none might be wasted. 1 1 tvas not quite to
bad as leing at sea in an open boat without
rudtler or couipivi or water or food but il wat
the next thing lo it. Il was a fight against slow,
consuming torture; and death has no more
terrible wcapun. Hut the little schooner did
find port at last ami 4he dctoted missionary
wat ttill alive, lie tallied while in Auckland,
ami went lo San Francisco by stcamtr, thence
lo hi home ip the I'-asttrn Stales, where be
hat since been at woik with the icil of an
biite am) the uiicnce of an eyangeli,l, ti ans
Uting the language of ihe world's most pic-
clout mcxuge Into the uncouth jargon of
! Ituk. And now he teturnt lo face privation
ami danger and riiseae and death lor duty's
sake. There it im higher couiage than this,
Ami the hit wife? Alt, she and he are one,
"And ihe twain thai I he one flesh." And
together they go fonh to obey thrdltinc in-
I hlriw I if Mf I Vs llanuai and hi. M
atari $tttfila lh rlHUrm of lh hltf'
clwarrfi l Kohalai also J5 lo puirhaa a ,
matntrrti tfftte' foi Ihe wntf rluir'h. alat t
for nnlthlftg Ihe rhureh for Irprn al halata
Itfnlnli!- fin frit w --ir-f -J Mfu Brt,-.
tn Honolulu 1 ii) ii'i-ii ttyi lj4 to lh'
uppeft -I Hawaii'" "'Mn )tthlf.fflcf in
HofvMaihli ati.l about )lo riptnaM In ami
elf iA fisrt, iriling mttllft nd lh Ukr tmt
U mlattiKBtrhr rn MLrrnnta.
Th " Mornftg ilr " I nnt an long
do that the strong proliUliit twr tbttt ah
ht htwn wrerked. A Mr tut hnM
fmtn al PoMpa, Mrlflg than rtknrl ft Rtrk
lo tht welwnl, wnmcc h in rtttira to
Poruarsr, then to Kuuit (Htrngt laUrvl!, rd
from ihff l llonohtln, ihe tttnehnion f ih
If ihr ha Imm wifrkfal, 11 ta m one 'if llv ar
111 da, nt on aotnr Island bet twn Ihoae jxttnit
The llM'lin Hoard of Min..i, a' metlnjj
tsalleil nn Ttietslaylasl lo ion. i. lei tht- antullon,
fUr a full and erfal dnvctiMlnn, tleetdtnl to
(Vf ImnKatt!- ept 10 rtuner too v4l of
milabtf air to lit illtMtdul wiih the mtfetastrr
itrlf for the llawdkin ami Atneircwi fM
tfont hi Mkrnrieaf won fier tit Art of
July at powfblr. One of lhr will lk Haw,
IL W Igin ami wife, and Mi A. A.
Palmer, who arilvrd liy the Marrpo, awl
proceetl via Jaluit lo KtMle ; llittiee to
Ponape, where Mlt Palmer istojtrin Mr
Fletcher in the tilrtt' Hoarding fsthoot. From
Ponajie the will convey Mr. ami Mrt. Igan
lo Ruk, where they are lo locale i bffag the
oral white miMionarie ttallontri there, fthe
will alto bring bock R. )'.. M, Petse, and
family from Kutiie, ami if the officers ami
crew of the Morning Star are found awaiting
help, the will be cxctl to render such suit
lance as may he needed, ami return Ibem lo
Honolulu, The second vel will proceed
from this port dired to the Ollbert Island lo
carry mppllc lo the Hawaiian rat!ori on
those bland and terror the crew of the Jull
and Kaluna, if they thai I be found fn need ol
nttittanec, seem now altogether probable.
It it suggested that it would he no more
than fair If llie-government or the legislature
thoutd atsltt in Ihe exenseofthltutiileitking,
inasmuch a, In all piobabiliiy, there are now
three Hawaiian crew with thdr officer await
ing help on those itlamlt, antl possibly reduced
lo actual suffering for wnt of Milbl prr
vision. There it a bare possibility il I true,
that cither the Kaluna or the Morning Slar 0,
both of them may yet make thdr appearance
before the last of thl month. Hut the proba
bilities are o greatly again! il lhat the Ixiard
of inissiont are unanimous in the decision thai
it will not do to delay action any longer.
The new "Morning Star (No. 4) i now
ocing ouiu at liatn, .name, bhe it to be a
barkentine of 425 lont, with auxiliary at earn
power, llcr tmoke slsck will be in the lower
section of the mainmast, thus leaving the deck
clear fore and aft. She will cost 1ietwcn forty
and forly-fiie thousand dollars, ami it to be
paltl for by the Sunday School ; each contri
butor of twenty-five cent becoming the owner
of one share in the cost of ihe vescl. Sluuis
to be ready to leave Boston in Notemlicr of
Ihisyeor for hcrtoyigelo Honolulu, an-lhafi
we may expect lo see her here In March of nest
year. The certificate! for the youthful aliare
holders are handsomely gotten t,, and may
be .had on application to Mr. W. W. Hall,
Agent of Ihe A. II. C. P. M., or to Rev. A.O.
Forbes, Corresponding Secretary of the Ha
waiian Hoard of Missions, llie Sunday Sclwols
of these islands will doubt let gUdly do their
share, and it is hoped a thousand or fifteen
hundred dollars will be raises! thereby
Itunninm nml i'ntnl .IfeWrMf.
Fort street, at about five o'clock on Thurt
day last, wa the scene of a frightful Occident
whereby Honolulu has lost one of it best and
highest esteemed citizens, Mr. George J.
Emmcs. II seems that on driving down Fort
street on his way out to join his family at
Waikiki one ol the front whedt came off
abreast of the Catholic Church premises which
started the horse with fright. Mr. F.minet
in leaping or bang throw n out wat entangled by
the reint and d nigged to abreast of Chaplain
street, where he wa picked up insensible ami
conveyed to his residence on Kukui street.
Dts. I lagan, Ilrodic and McKibbin, attended
but to no atail, the unfortunate man remained
uncontdnus up 10 a little after nine o'clock
when he breathed hit last. Mr Emmet was
a master ship-w right of over thirty-two rcari'
stamlmgin this dty. I Ie w as born rn Sydney, Aus
tralia, and in his sixty-first )car. He wat
icalout Odd Fellow ; was P. C. of Excelsior
Lodge. D. D. O. S. for the Order, and P. C. P.
of I"oIonesia Encampment. The funeral took
place yetterday afternoon and wat attended by
ihe Orders to which he belonged and a large;
number of friends. He leaves a widow am!
tbrre daughter to mourn thdr loss, In which
sudden bereavement they hate the deep sym
pathy nf the entire community.
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Wirs. Omr, N W, Am tk. Wiulaw MvtctTT,
S.Ja. Uhhi WiHtf t C. Aiti.
)auit, llavaalir Ksit at .1U
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Dimimw. IVaUtr&Csv AlnUi
lttMt, Haw fcli c R ttmnr Waiurt
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Lstactao: Ata-il at Agfatv -Pdatr
tk-jtutLV. A Wtiac Cwarary rbD .Mg
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IltMtJiHKia llMtf4tV, Aztms.
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fttit KaAvetkcn, Ata a ALasrana .Ilora
Ih fmm J- V.' Ii liwsa it C-, Ataasa.
fTIMIBV, Am sClTVor fttbtirv ., , .DaarVsrai
lf JaJr HtHoU & O. Aiacas.
San KaaMtisiA, Haw tak Kaiic4a llilltt
IH Janar if-n. IUcVhM& O, AcMS.
i KMlj;, Aa w Cuatwllancaiu..... Draw
(im Kahalall la Javae ll-aav
Ncwcastl. N S W, An aMp U. iHaxbn
Sam rAieiw-r, Am larst QvttM
i.oanc wn t.
StM KaaKi o, Aaa k Cha Ham
KUmmis lloti, , Sous, Ivm KJawtoL
KataathaoM, aelt, fron llavwlai. .
ijtuui. , mm v.atalaia , ... .
Nli Mtmi!, at from Lakaau . .
KM,staa, KUt, (mat Hi omi wit-ran. .
IMn. aeh, final Kotasia . , ...
YVahJi, tck, ftem ItiBU ... ,
IwaUtt, atn, taasM, fisen Kl,a tad WjJ.
Mourn ItUiiiMi. lina l.kuK, NcIkm, (ttm,
Allaota. An .. I liB, fron Port CataUc. .
Zaalaadia, Urn a. V.rt.f, fto .nh-a-y
L It Ua atn, bK Irvm llattakaa
ttaloao. icfai fianotuta. (mm I i-ansWnt
t , Wf . f L-...1.
Maitsa-aaftttsas. IIaa1;.l'vaa Su IrtBCncft
Msvike. irtl! II 4. ll..,i. fmm !. -
S.aftw,,. II 11 Jl S. Ataa. l-in. IUH, .
Jl Mali, ttm. Prrrous, (nm HaiuM ami
ltmw.-iaCT. ach.rrw Iliaw
KmltcamiK, ada, fiutai Hmtliua
Catr I'-'m. Una a, LosWa ftwaa liaoroU
via be. Midaada
' taWaa. aaaa. Unarm, (mm JloitUi tnS llau
Itaaaer, urn. Iluea, IrM Kn, Kara auxi JIaa-
ta .. ...
Keauiao, V U, lltnrarat. Car VicnrU n t Jt
ZnSjjadu, lm a a. SViVtwr, farftattl litj-.,aa '
KavaUJUM, acr, far loiali
Btwia ai. sda. tor Wajalaw. . .
fCldtubaacu. aelt. ar llAaaatci
Diaeavcrr. Aaa blua. fcr l'raue.au
C K Dttfcof, aiaa. Dliaa, far lUoatanis ,
".tana, aca, (ot Hawass . .
LaiIa. ada, fur KartaMck.
ItnitAm, aim. CajaKrtiai. for Katoa aavat Wat-
rocA .. ..
XJAAU.MIB, Kiiu;,Xrkl lata and at pma
KQiaa Hpu. tarn, ha-art, (m fCabeWt
Mtl4Jk ua, llofrteior. fcr KoetAa..
EEa, Adi fcclMj Howe, Itar Son IraAcaaaa . .
Rl Hot. adl, lor KcKiatl
Naut Mrrrttt. vh. Cur LAjtAiaw. .
From San rraoctaca. per MArtpoAA, JuAa aC II
Wo-Jmuntoo, MttC LXnt, MiatC Mtna, MraC
jvauH, iiaaa .-arra, aa
tSflOrn. 1IU. A H SkatL S
Ma)9r Carr lltrr AfelvitV,
irAA, O llCAl, A JjBtAA, A
A erusadc ai-aimt liaim.nlatinr has been
Ugun In lleitin. The iiiomotcit of the j I"'1"'"" s... ,eiui an mtt n.i prc
cruudc have ciicubued iMilktru in all ,hcH',',rl'l unto every livint! creature."
residences, and petitions hat e now been pre. I M,'anJ -M- Wn ' "'H wppoiiej by
tented lo the authorities, They set forth that j
the constant and monotonous practicing' of
T.f OfArr liliti.il;
The rainfall at Niulil, Hawaii for the month
of May wat 3 97. Inches,
The after glow wat particularly beautiful at
Hilo on Ihe evening of June 4th.
The disease among the mulct at nut time
prevalent seems to ltavc entirely disappeared.
There has teen Itut very little rain at 1 1 do
for some lime and ill are longing to see copious
shower which are appreciated to much when
The Portugese t I lilo seem, to hate tup
planted the Chinese in iheiliicit liquor bailors!,
on Sunday June lit. Several places weie en
tered by Ihe police and Itquar seired. ,
Iter. Herbert Maty am! Iter. V.V. ui
mm of San KrandcQ rarue to Mllo by way
of Ku having ptttiou.ly vitued the eta-
tei, were, present at Wednesday evening
meeilng rtf Foreign Chuich aodcupletl Ihe
evening very pleasenllr-
The l.mma CliuJint is ct peeled lo arrive
at llilo, about June otb, with a full rargo, the
runsl of which it for Ihe new turn of Richard
son am! Coin, who htte etcctetl a large ri.
prual waiehouse, VUmt and gttinare t tprct
eil ml large addition lo thdr tloie Imiljinj;
for general uierchanditc
A tail fatality ofcuiicri at KiVapulu. Mul,
recently, rctulting hi Ihe death of one of the
natives Ulor.glng lo Ihe tUctatiua. 1 1 ,f
scales ami cxrrrisct by p.aiui ptipilt.has be
come an Intolerable, nulunce, causing
much suffering to invalidt, aggravating all
fount r uervout disease, asd depredating
Ihe. )Uic of leal ctt,
the Hawaiian Woman' Hoard. It does tup
port a Mlcronohn miwoAiry liowcter.
Darin,; ihe past two yeu-tht it, since live
letuin of Mis. Snow, hi lS8i--the Uvitd had
Uu inistioiury of its nwrt in Mkiooetia, hence
thcit ftvndt have been chMy exiMKuletl In hanie
I work about the itkntb. lil dsjrlo, the fill of
h bantoion And s ca&lrca. D CCorxtaatL vift a rtjU,
dies aM null. MUa A U CaiIu. XIIh L Wun, Cat
A. 3 apAMITT. WUC Alfc a SAUOrriL
tiM-Bvan. arua Aat OUM, Ma);
Hit. C Trrzkaa. T K Lucas. (
II Swift. T It Uwtt, I ItAltttAd, T K MwAMSAit, Un
A O 1'Aloa 1, Kar K W Lock, Wt AtviciBd. II RotJ.,
Mrt M A Pait, II tUldarm. Ull I SdrcrUrt. Nn P
ivancwii. Atra 1 1 aarast. Alias il iitm, aira BUtl.
wrisM amI thiVL OS JttA.1. J TUd.o. II Uabaf, E
Tyrtun, ( Kraaac asd la tf starra.
Tram llane Kor.tr. ewr At qua f -" - ?aa I .Scat
Chtcai. Ah Cak., W O
iron nvtij)rAnj AacAlAtid, par t-aTatsl.a, lataa l-
Hn. V. S. Da.lv Altaa-llArU, Jtt. II Aroua., T.
uiu-.t. an utiit. oar. uretu, ait. imwat.
Far 5a rrsadsM. wr Dcovtrr, lust 10 Cat S
Korna, Mis IE lIuwUMtr Ad a ciuioica.
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I a San Ftaottito. pea CHa, lam i Mta. Jtka
Aaa and 1 rkJJma, Mia. tUil. ittta IOmm: tittm.
UifhjJ. P. SnutK EamI 1-cl. K. a MACtJ, Mr, j.
I ttTJ AAa tAAH. O. AJTSAA, . tATK.
( "Ir EXPORTS.
1 t i Kaii FrAaotco, tw tKarsverjr, Ja ia sitrVtit
KXtc sai.suoIUi lokAlalartSaiAr. t.acrrsl &s.a!w.
I Ijf.tti .
I 'lor Sah FrAACto, per Ella, Just II I441 ta
SvCAT, Stt,&(4 Uia : U4a aiiOAaJwa, atas, (ala, vAZtaa
rrtwav lltxut Kaatf. im Moaift IttAawta, jutm t-.
Oucwnar I trass 10.4 &, . Sarairr Aaad, iataiaKwA,
Omxntt, HKt, CkAloet. Ihr (avana, lUrdwAr. Ral.
laa Yt'Al. Cnalart. aawI lld IVaauI Mtwwt.
Itoca IVtlOAaacjAi, twrAulaiaji. Jaist lladi
fald Co Joa.rt ft lisaaUr. lo.tt ft Vo.r4 luaiWt
ItaYiue CtnlAr fftuiUH-a, m,om lAaAa,
Itvm SydiiraisiAtKUAtJ, r ZcAlAAMtiA, JaM (
I. V Ouattan, t s UrAfwrr Aad SAtldlca,1 1 a' lawn
T'OaIs SUma, J 1-Vta Srcd. I'd lUAs aaJ I Pi Tar
Mcca,laisdaf , lldtfatMlacfra 0; Cw-, a IWI Va'cad
1-Atks ; It sdotUoc : Ua. fc. Sit ifvJ. , Miiattv
lu, yJiUwl, Vlay. Ca-t ta la lrJ j It
AtvutAjw, iMbta Sfxla, Lattaluxa t-V (.ataa
AbCalKnaCa, wWtJa -a
rtiKa Swat Iructrf), jwr MArkataA. Jutat fr Pr
rt Ua, alitaiataaaw, a Ulrs dwk ; LtDaaa
LsTr, 1 iljeottwt xiuli, a KkUa tobar, Ii s
.nartftaa aaaI trad, . bora & Co., 1 1; aaa- utVa,
A nara, aa awwr ajaaaajv a.aA ta H4A ta-i-
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v Lav Mafun a rtw m. a. avutmiv.
ktj, ir 0w cvJft
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f1W , ,TVttft VA UIK4WI (VsMCa. t tvm ,
i4tCKwritt- t5 ikuittJ fc4 I C-W..
lWaaiwOAaa aiV X. ta. a Ataav. ii SAVasa, liiL A
peart that whiltt, fttUng with gltnt powder, it, tat w a4 Wiiji ai A. iA.
.1 I, ., n..,a tiall" . ,.- rSatw.-lJ J t iaAWSArtrwaa.; rt J. MAat, ,w
'""S" -. -,-.-j .. - -r-,-r- ----. ( i-jtua, a tin aa tavitrt Aaaiaay
ihe tUngnoui etphie tlulj cawntl, which' !a '"ior ,Jt,,,r i?
Koala.ra Ud in hit a;lt, eiffclrd, scaUtr- tu . ici. j ta kAni.AJw, ti tA
a h . IIhl . .. falaua W Vf La J .a. Ha. a .4
lag him lo olomi, Mttww ku Wia In. ii5-',: 'cU i53t.
saintly. It is only a wonder moie cattialliei J Lmium. ij yja raw iMt ji WwitWr,
do not occur attsoegtl tnecaticiess mm, carna aAV.; H J rtvas,' twot iwvtvM w4 a
tUeiioclh! IKI of Iht dOCHtl CtV aaaC,'rwtli, UwatfaSil
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vri n . ivtriw rj vmm f.iifAta v hkiiii.