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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, 1882.
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T3Y El- 3?. ADAGES.
WcdncMlny, June 21st,
At 1 1 A. M-. at Salesroom.
Will Kc Sold sit Auction
i barrel Lsm.
J kile Siear B e, 23i?5;
Iask Traarl. Hp. iUU aad o,nart.
j n E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Special Credit Sale
THURSDAY, JUNK' 22,
At 10 A. M , at mooi.
I WILL OFFER AT AUCTION
(On CrrV.l to the Trade Cnr amnaau over e200)
A Ilaiidsomo Selection
Jim R-r.t-. ! l.y L l ,rrii.l. v.d of Mflrsal
tj iKi tj rr ly . ff-rvl t Aortl-Hi, aura a
Prints, Crockery, Sheeting,
SaiMIery, Clothing, Tweetls,
V!eii & Cdtou Shirts, Ticking,
Cam Matches Soap,
Liverpool Butter Salt,
Hardware, Galvanized Bucket,
White and Brown Cottons,
liuS Shawls Blanket,
-A. Complete Invoice
I J.iillxi- Goods, viv::
Ujolr f J ring -. Outraoial Syricgrs.
Uocjjf ear Nuniog Bottlra,
.NO. 17 LtC CO 31 US,
FATUl DRESSING COMBS, assartfd s!zm ;
l.ouimuo l.'uaiM. Rubber Pen Uohlera,
CARBIAOE MAT.', Door Mats.
I.ISTRE KlBSF.it COATS, Uaaarr Bands.
.1-1 I. RTnCF.R IIOSR. bfM 3-ply,
CASUS RrCBER RXEE BOOTS.
Lr Toruna n't Salo. -C
jali) E. P. ADAMS, Aactiotxrr.
V Btl; v f. U. IRWIN U K HAVE
receirrJ a Lire looic of
BED-ROOM SETS New
Styles and unusually cheap.
Dwarf Book cases,
Office Desks and
Walnut and Koa Cheffoniers,
What Nots, Bed Lounges,
Tor S:ile Cheap.
TELEPHONE No. 140.
E. P. ADAMS,
To amend Section 2 ok Chapter 10 ok
theSessiox Laws of l&0f approved on
the 13tii day ok August, A. D-, 1SS0.
np it exacted by the King ami the
Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Is
larnU in the Legislature of the Kingdom
.Section 1. That Section 2 of Chapter 10
of the Session Laws of 1SS0 be, and that the
same is Lereby amended so as to read as
follows : . . ,
Section '2. In caes where the oflense Is
not of a highly aggravated character, the
aid Court may punish the offender by
tine not exceeding live hundred dollars, and
by imprisonment at hard labor not exceed
ing two years, but in cases where such pun
ishment would be inadequate the offender
shall be committed for trial according to
existing provisions of law."
Section 2 AH laws and parts of laws in
contravention herewith are repealed.
Section 3. This Act shall become a law
from and after the date of its approval.
ppruwl this 22 day of May, A. D. 18S2.
To Amend .Section 3 of Chapter 22 of
the I'enai. Cook.
lie it enacU-d by the King and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands in
the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:
Section 1. That Section 3 of Chapter 22
of the Penal Code be and the same is here
by amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 3. Whoever wilfully and mali
ciously burns in the day time or night time
the dwelling house of another is guilty of
arson in the second degree, and shall be pun
ished by Imprisonment at hard labor for
life, or any number of years in the discre
tion of the Court."
Section 2. All laws and parts of laws in
contravention herewith are hereby repealed-
Sectiox 3. This Act shall become a law
from and after the dale of its approval.
Approved this 22 1 day of May. A. D.
To Amend Section 1 of Ajt Act entitled
",An Act to Establish the Tom
pen.sation ok representatives," ap
proved on the -24th day ofjuse, a. d.
lie it enacted by the King and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands
in the Legislature of the Kingdom assem
bled: Section 1. That Section 1 of the Act en
titled ;iAu Act to established the compen
sation of Representatives of the People,"
approved on the 24th day of June, A. D.
1S8, be and the same Is hereby amended to
reaI as follows:
" Section 1. The Compensation of the
Representatives of the People is hereby es
tablished at Five Hundred Dollars for each
Section 2. This Act shall become a law
from and after the date of its approval, and
all laws and parts of laws inconsistent here
with are hereby repealed.
Approved this 22d day of May, A. D. liS2.
Dceiises Expiring in June, 1882.
1 Thoa Luck. Fort street. Honolulu
1 Ah Pau. Moanalua,
3 Castle & Cooke, King street, "
6 Job Manuel. Llliha street. "
11 J H Brnns. sr. Esplanade,
14 Black As Reynolds. Merchant street.
16 Hart Bros, yueen street, 44
21 Yon Hop. Uoiol street, "
22 G W Macfarlanc fc Co. Queen atreet. '
2j Antone Marshal. Beretaula streei.
25 Fook Lee. Beretania street,
2S Ian Kee, Nuuann atreet, "
7 Awai. Ilalawa. N Koliala
20 AhouK, Kapaau. N Kohala
27 Kong Aning, Ookala. Hilo
27 Mrs Louia K DaTies, Hamakns
30 Allen tc Stackpole. Kawaihke
3 Ahoi t U Amee, Huelo, llamakualoa
5 J Lima, Kiliula. Molokai
9 C Samlung & Co, Olowalu. Lahaina
14 Ah Tim it Ahut. Wailuka
Id Mossman k. Anderson, Makawao
2 Ahau, Olowalu. Lahaina
1 J Nnpapa. I'ukoo. Molokat
4 Ian Sam k Ahui. Plihonna, Hilo. Hawaii
7 Ahon, Waibee, Maui
7 l.oo Arbu, Pnnaluu, Kea
11 Uee ChoDtf. Heela. Koolaupoko. Oahu
I t Nirm tling. Hotel atre:t, Honolulu
15 Awana. Hilo, Hawaii
16 Hart Brow, Queen street, Honolulu
70 Akima. Wailuka. Maui
23 A C Cone bee, Kspaa. Kauai
23 Awana, Wailuka. Maaai.
23 Kokl. Waimea. Kauai
24 Hop Chong, Haiku, Maui
25 C Samlang Co. Olowalu, Lahain, Maul
3 V A Scbaefer & Co, Merchant atreet, Honolulu
3 Caatle k Cooke. Kind street. Honolulu
7 Thos llobron. Kabnlui. Maui
7 Claua Spreckels. Kahulul. Matii
20 Jaa VV uirTin. Wailuku. Maui
20 M H Grinbaum t'o. Queen street, Honoluln
'M I'A HoBschlaeger k Co.. Merchant and Fort sts, Hon
22 G W Macfarlane k Co, Queen atreet. Honolulu
26 Lewera k Cooke, Fort street, Honolulu
22 G W Macfarlane k Co, yuceo atreet. Honolulu
4 E S Cunha, Union Saloon, Honolulu
1 Joaquin Garcia. Wailuku, Maui
10 Tan Sen k Ahui, Piihouua. Iiilo. Hawaii
15 Hart Bro, Queen street, Honolulu
1 Young Uee. Wailuku. Maui
10 J M Pnaakuni, Makawao, Maui
25 i Hema, Lahaina, Maui
1 Ah Ung k Kan On, Kapaa. Kauai
27 Ahina. North Kohala, Hawaii
1 Johu Kotkwell, Koua. Oahu
Id W W" DiuwDil. Honolulu
1 Chuu Hee. (Waikiii)
4 W F Mstxsmau, Makawao, Maui
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH.
Dr. F. H. Endf.ui has been this day appointed I'ort
Phyaiciau for the I'ort of Kahului. Maui.
WALTER M. GIBSOX.
jult) President Board of Health.
Holdf.ks of Retail Licenses are hereby notified that
from and after this date the Bar Rooms or Saloons for
which said licenses sre grsnted, mut not be opened be
fore 5 o'clock A. M. and muxt be closed on Saturday
Nights at 10 o'clock, and on all other nights during tha
week at 12 o'clock, and no person will be allowed to re
main drinking on the said premise! after the closing
hours above named.
SIMON K. KAAI, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, June fith. 1H.-I2. julO 3t
It has pleased His Majesty the King tn 1'riry Council
to restore the following person to their CiTil Rihtl
J. Ohialaa, of Kealakomo, Pnna, Hawaii.
P. II. Kawbhf.ana, of Kapaahn,
J. K. Kaili, of Lahaina. Maui.
Kcsaiac, of Molokai.
Pahtpl', of Molokai.
NAPral.lI. of Molokai.
Iolani Palace. May 27. 12.
W hike a mauy complaints tiave been made to thia
Department that various Public Road a in the several
Islands have been closed or obstructed by owners and
occupier of lands adjoining or contiguous to such roads.
Therefore, all peraons who have caused any such roads
to be closed are hereby notified to remove such obstruc
tion and open such roads within one month from tbia
date, otherwise prosocution will be instituted without
further notice. .
SIMON K. KAAI.
"Minister of tha Interior.
Interior Office, Jane 2. lS-i ju&3 St.
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Commiaaloner of Prirate Titi anJ Water RigbU In tha
Diatrict of Wailuka. Island of Maal, Tlce J a. W. Girrin
eiUOM K. KAAI,
Mlnlntr of the Interior.
Interior U3ice. May 27, l-ivl. jnn3St.
Tlie following gentlemen bava thia day been appointed
Agents to grant Marriage Uceuaei, Til. :
Bamcel Ekaila, for the District of Waiuiea. Kauai.
J. Kala, for the Di-trict of Lihue. Eaaai.
SIMON" K. KAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
IuU-rior Oifice. May 3), l.-i jon3 St.
Mr. I. Kawaiku baa thia day been appointed Koad Snr
reyor for the DiHtrict of Haca, Island of Maul.
SIMON K. KAAI,
Minirter of the Interior.
Interior Office. June 1, lsU. jun3 3t.
It baa pleaaed His Majesty the King to appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen member of the Board of Health
Ilia Ex. Waltcb Mcbsat Gibos, President, rice His
Ex. W. X. Armstrong, resigned.
Honorable A. 8. Cliohorv.
The Board now ranMkts of the following members :
Preaideut. His Ex. Walter Murray Gibson: Hon. J. 8.
Walker, Hon. J. Moanauli. Hon. II. A. Wideiutnn and
the Hon. A. S. Clrghorn.
Iolani Talace. llunolalu. May 23, mr27-4t
Sale of Lease of Government Land.
On WEDNESDAY. June 21, 1W2, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noou will be nM at Public
Auction, the I.eae of that trai t or pan-el of GoTercraent
KNOWN AS KEPUHI,
situate! in Palolo Valley, Oahu, containing acres.
TEKM3 Leae 10 years, npet price fTi per annum.
payable aemi-annually in advance.
W. N. ARM5TEOXG, Minister of Interior.
Iuterior Departmaut, Honolulu. 20th May, 1332. niyJO-St
Oceanic Steamship Corny
TIIK A I IIION
Will Irate Saa 1 raocUro fur llonolnlo the tith hay
of Lath Month, rrtnrolD' frcui Honolulu on
the iJd liy r E.irh .Month.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS,"
Jno. D. Spreckels &L Bros.
321 Market Street.
"Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
hteamer Likelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 P. if ., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Kay, Makena, Ma
hnkoua, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo.
Returning will touch at all the above ports, arriving at
Honolulu each Sunday a. M.
No Credit for Passage Money.
We positively refuse to open accounts for Passages, and
we particularly call the attention of the traveling public
to the necessity of having Baygaso and Freight PLAINLY
MAHKKD; the Steamer will not be responsible for any
nnmarked Hngage, or for Freight or Parcels, unless
Freight Money Due on Demand.
In all cases of Freight for parties not responsible or
nnkuown, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
Packages of Liquois and Wines Must Be
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated in the
Receipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
In no way liable for loss or accident to Live Stock.
tZT Hack Drivers, Boys and such like, will not be al
lowed on board the steamer on arrival, until after the
passengers have been lauded.
my6 Wlldor te do.
Ml R I.I K ELI KG WILL I.KlVE HER
WHARF at 4 p. M., and NO Frrit:lit will be received
after 3 p. JJ. Due notice is given of this rule, and it wil
uot be carried. (myl ) WILDER k CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
F'or rSniA FVaiieisco.
THE SI'I.F.NDID STEAMSHIP
LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT JULY 3.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
TIIK M.tCM)ID STEAM3I1II'
CITY OF NEW YORK
WILL LEI YE FOR THE C0L0MES
ON OR ABOUT JULY 9th.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
II. UACKFKLD k Co. Agents.
Gaaria fr Shlpmrut per Steamer en u net?
be Slarril, Free af Cbarye, in the Fire-proof
Warehouse arnr Ike Siramtr Wharf, roar 4
A. FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN STREETS.
HOXOI.l Ll', II. I..
AGENT 3T" O XX
The Following P-ickcts
WAIEIII'. 'lf" W AIM ALU.
MtbOMI, X-XU KALt'MA,
MAN A, "SSE JULIA,
K A MOI, GEN. MEG EL.
FLAG :-Red, with White Ball !
For Europe via New York.
ON 0B ABOfT Jl.E 5th.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM XF.VT Y0RR EVERY WEII.XESDAY,
1R0M B0ST0V EVERY SATURDAY.
RATES OF PASSAGE :
CA BIN' SSO ami lOO GOLD
According to Accommodation.
Rim RN TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TERMS.
STEER AG E 28 CPRRENCV
(lood accommodations can always be secured on application
C WILLIAMS. DIMON'D fc CO.,
JA9. ALEXANDER, San Francisco.
09 State Street, Beston,
VKRNON H. BROWN C0
4 Bowling Green, New York.
Notice to Passengers from Australia, New Zealand and Hono appears to le very prevalent at present in every
lulu The Cunard Line affords more than usual facilities to i part of the globe, and some of the recent importa
through passengers from Trans-Pacific Ports, the frequency of j tions of Chinese at San Francisco have brought it
i: sailings precluding all possibility of delay la New York
rr uood Accommodations always reservea.
VERNON II. BROWN CO..
Bar 4 BowliDg Oreen. New York
JUNE 17. 1SV2.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Over two thousand people At the Park ou Mon-
dar, and only two arrests there for disturbances.
The adjourned annual meeting of the "Consins
Societv," will be held in the vestrv of Fort Street
Church, this Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
The services tomorrow morning at St. Andrew's
Cathedral will have special reference to the death
of the late lamented Captain O. is. Hope.
Thei:e is a chance for a smart runner and jumper
to win some money by taking up Mr. T. B. Walker's
challenge, which appears in onr advertising
Kev. G. H. Smith of Kohala, under the auspices
of the Evangelical Association, will preach the an
nual sermon on Home Missions at Fort Street
Church Sundar morning.
; Mr. Hallenbeck has fully recovered his health
and strength, and will positively begin his evan
gelistic work at Fort Street Church, Sunday even
ing, subject: ' l am tne vay.
One of the telephone rx'les on King street broke
vesterdav, but the mischief was repaired with great
prom pti Sade bT the eompanv's men, and communi
cation was only interrupted witu lor anout an nour.
.' The Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
met ou Saturday and filled the vacancy iu the med
ical staff of tha t institution, caused by the resigna
tion of Dr. Hutchinson, by appointing Dr. lrous
seau. Eleven lepers, who have been under treatment
at the Branch Leper Hospital, at Kakaako, wero
released on Monday, the symptoms of disease being
so completely abated as to render such a step ad
visable. A pleasant social party was given at the Knights
of Pythias Hall, Fort-street, Saturday evening, by
mem tiers of the Order, to a number of ttieir friends.
A most enjoyable ovening was passed by those
fortunate enough to lie present.
Mb. Ci'mmings is so far satisfied with the per
formances of Stanford Colt that he is willing to
run him on the 4tli July against any horse in the
Kingdom except General Garfield, for a stake of
$500 or 1.000 a side.
The porosity of the ground on which Honolulu
is built, was well illustrated by the fact that almost
the entire volume of water flowing from the
McGrew well in 24 hours some 12,000 cubic feet
was absorbed in the area of the old Theatre lot.
It is reported that the "E Clampsus Vitus" agita
tion is being renewed, and that as soon as the em
blems can be obtained, measures wll be adopted to
have the amount of money on hand reported by the
former Treasurer. The records of the old organiza
tion are iu the hands of the former " J. II. A. P.,"
but the emblems are yet missing.
The procession in celebration of the festival of
Corpus Christi started from the ISoman Catholic
Cathedral about 3 P. M. vesterdav. It was notice
able as being much more imposing in numbers and
elaloration than any which has lieen seen here
before. A large number of Portuguese were to be
seen iu its ranks. The iSoyal Hawaiian Band ac
companied the procession.
There was a long charge sheet at the Police
Court on Tuesday. The charges were Arson, 1 ;
furious driving, 7 ; drunkenness, 14 ; affray, 1 ; as
sault and battery, 2. This makes a bad showing
for the effects of "holiday-making, but it should be
tanen into account that there was no court on
Monday, so that the offences of Saturday, Sunday,
and Monday were accumulated in the charge book.
A writ of habeua corpus has been sued out to
have Alfred lShodns brought up liefoie the Su
preme Court this morning in order that cause may
shown whv he should be discharged in consequence
of an alleged flaw in the commitment. His term
of imprisonment would expire next month but a
tine of $500 being still unpaid, he would have to
serve a Turtiier term in lien or it. Mr. iiatcn is
counsel for lihodus in this matter.
Messrs. McDade, McLean A Co. have secured
the mill, engine, vacuum pan and pump of the
Grove Ranch Plantation, and hope to have a com
plete plant in running order, at Wailua, Maui
(between Hana and Kipalmlu), in a short time.
The land secured by the firm is favorably situated
for cane culture, and having abundance of water,
all the cane ca t lie flumed to the mill at a mini
mum cost, i here is a nice oaten oi seed-cane
(some ten acres), well grown that the firm has
secured, and operations begin very soon.
The meeting of the Y.M.C.A was held, not in,
but outside, the Lyceum last night. Through some
mistake the Hall was not opened. Moreover, the
attendance of members was slack, manv having
other engagements on Friday evening, so that it was
a quarter of an hour after the usual time of meet
ing before a quorum was formed, An adjournment
to the date of the next monthly meeting, the third
Thursday in July, was at once resolved upon.
At the meeting of the Guild of St. Andrew held
Thursday night the Warden, Rev. T. Blackburn,
stated that he should probably have left this country
before the next meeting of the Guild, and that he
purposed (in the absence of Bishop Willis) to
appoint Rev. W. A. Swan as Warden in his stead.
A committee was formed to prepare an address to
Mr. and Mrs. iilarkurn on their leaving, and a
special meeting of the Guild was ordered for Thurs
dav evening noxt. Rev. Mr. Swan read an interest
ing piH-r on the forms of Idolatry with which the
I-.raoHtr-s came in contact during their migration
from Egypt and residence in Canaan.
We regret to learn that a painful accident hap
pened while Mr. C. B. Wilson's little boy was play
ing with some giant powder caps on Sunday. One
of them exploded and injured one hand verv I
seriously. The bov has lost the thumb at the first
joint, the first finger at the second joint, and the
second hnger at thenrst joint. lie has been
attended by Dr. Fitch. He says that a number of
his schoolmates have these dangerous caps in their
possession. Parents of boys ought strictly to forbid
an amusement which is so risky, and take pains to
prevent their lads from obtaining the caps.
' II. B. M. S. Champion sailed shortly after 4 p.m.
on Thursday for Yokohama. Many visitors were on
board during the day and just before the ship's de-
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parture me oiuctra oi me imp, ine uriiisn com
missioner .Major James llay wodehouse. Captain
Havlev, Rev. W. A. Swan, and Messrs. R. Sterling,
R. h. Fowler, Cecil Brown. J. S. Webb, and J. H.
Wouehouse, jr., joined at the invitation of Captain
Browne in the farewell toast, "To our next merry
meeting." We, and all who have had the opportun
ity of making their acquaintance join in wishing
Captain Browne and bis officers a pleasant veyage,
and an immunity for the rest of their commission
from such painful circumstances as that which will
make their visit to this port forever memorable.
The inquest on the death of Mrs. Apolona Janner,
continued from March 18, 1882, was resumed on
the 15th day of June, 1882, to take evidence re
lating to the analysis of the stomach and intestines
of deceased by Dr. Stangenwald. Police officer
Fehlber deposed to receiving jars with stomach
and intestines from the Queen's Hospital and de
livering them to Dr. Stangenwald. Dr. Stangen
wald testified to receiving same and making analy
sis of the contents of the jars, He said, "If I found
the slightest spot leading to a mere suspicion of
the presence of poison I should have preferred to
request the authorities permission to obtain ad
ditional evidence from other portions and organs
of the body." The verdict of the jury based upon
the report of Dr. Stangenwald was that, Apolona
Janner came to her death from "natural causes-"
The venerable Bishop of Arathea died at his
residence in this city on Sunday afternoon, about
half-past 4 o'clock. Monseigneur Maigret has been
in failing health for a considerable time past, and
his death can hardly lie said to have leen unlooked
for. Although his Lordship was aware that his
end approached, he would not allow the religious
procession, which took place during the afternoon,
to be postponed on that account. Bishop Maigret,
during a long residence in these islands, has won
the esteem of all classes of society. Men of every
creed recognized in him a man of saintly character
and a truly Christian pastor. An account of the
funeral appears in another column.
. The passengers by the Australia were called
upon to report themselves daily to the Port Physi
cian for inspection until the expiry of the period
within which symptoms of smallpox would show
themselves if the disease had been contracted be
fore leaving San Francisco. From the Consuelo,
Dr. Trousseau would not allow anyone ashore
without vaccination, as he was not quite satisfied
about the feverisli symptoms developed in one of
the passengers. It is matter for congratulation
that our new Health officer is so strict, as smallpox
with them, and may give the disease a new start in
that city. Honolulu cannot afford, at any price,
to let it within her bounds again.
Sevtrax racing event are to come off at Kapio
Uni Park to-day. They are all match races, two
of them being agaiust time. The lest horses in
the Kingdom, so far as is known, are to take part
in them. Apparently we have not the horseflesh
in the )country to got np with success any other
class of races.
Mb. Wkay Tavloc will give Lis sixth and last
free organ recital of the present series. Tuesday
evening, June 20th. at 7:45. at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, assisted by Mrs. J. F. Brown, Miss IVruice
Parke and Rev. Sv. A. Swan, as soloists. An Anthem
will lie sung by members of the church choir and a
duett on the organ will be included in the pro
gramme. The following is the programme for the regular
concert at Emma Square, this afternoon, com
mencing at 4.30 p.m.:
Polonaise The Procession Faust
Finale William Tell Rossini
Overture Modern Tours
Selection Romeo anil Juliet Gounod
Cavatina Torquato Tasso Donizetti
Waltz The Roses Metra
The band will give an extra concert on Monday
evening, June 19th. at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Following is a list of the members of the gradu
ating class of Oahu College and of the exercises
allotted to each on Thursday eveuing last. The
evening's entertainments was preluded by an organ
voluntary, the " Entree de Procession Batiste,"
and relieved by a march and chorus of-Wagner's
and a vocal solo, Father Almighty," intro
duced into the programme in succession after
each pair of exercises. The concluding piece
was the overture from WcWr's "Dor Freischutz."
After which their diplomas were presented to the
pupits. List of names and exercises : Charles W.
Baldwin, oration. "Chinese Immigration:" Mary
M. Babeock, essay. "History and Fiction:" H. M".
Jones oration. "Architecture:" E. LVlla Bishop,
essay, " Sunshine;" Henry K. Hyde, oration,
"Ciivlizasiou;" Wm. D. Alexander, oration, "Labor
ips vuluptas." (lalhr a pleasure in itself.
Races at Kapiolani Park.
SATURDAY, Jine 10.
The first of the two days' races advertised to
take place at Kapiolani Park commenced on the
10th instant, and included three events.
1. Mile dash, catch weights. Hawaiian bred
horses, for a purse of $100.
2. Mile heats, best two in three, for 3-year olds ;
open to all ; for a purse of S125.
3. i-mile dash ; free for all ; purse of $100.
The jierfurmance attracted a large number of
leople, and liefore the advertised hour 2 o'clock
sharp) of starting, the Grand and the other stands
about were well filled with lookers-on.
At 2:22 the horses for the first race, Kapiolaui
Plate, $100 Yenns, Stanford Colt and Stranger,
appeared on the track, and with little waste of
time m preliminaries the start was made: Stanford
Colt having an advantage of about three lengths.
At the first quarter the horses were in the following
order, Stanford Colt, Stranger. Yenns; and came
home in those positions. Stanford Colt winning the
heat and race, and making the fastest time recorded
at the Park, viz.: 1 min. 48 see.
The King's Plate race, $125, was next in order,
and for which there were two entries, the three-
year-olds Hancock and General Garfield. This was
arranged to be a best 2 in 3 race of mile heats, but
in the first heat General Garfield distanced his
rival and won the race. Time 1:50H.
The last race was expected to be the race of the
afternoon, but delays made by one false start by
which three of the horses went the distance.
Yenus, Mark Twain, and Stanford Colt, and the
nervousness and irritability of Romping Girl, she
throwing her rider twice, happily without injury
to the jockev, resulted in the withdrawal of Mark
Twain and Romping Girl, and prevented the start
from lieing made until 4:35, with two entries
Stanford Colt and Venus, and those two beincr
competitors in a previous race, but very little in
terest was manifested in their performances in this
race, the result lieing conjectured as already set
tled by the relative merits of the horses. Stanford
Colt took the lead and kept it to the wire, passing
ing under in 1:20 for the three-quarters of a mile;
Yenus about six lengths in the rear.
Everything went off in a pleasant and satisfact
ory manner and with interest to those present. The
accommodation for ladies and children is ample and
tne managing committee are alive to the interests
and comfort of visitors.
MONDAY, June 12.
The second dav's races at the Park took place
on Monday the 12th inst. as advertised, and were at
tended by a large concourse of tieople gathered to-
egther to enjoy the sports. The advertised time
for the commencement of the sports was 11 o'elock,
but it was half an hour after that time liefore the
judges appeared in the stand and rang the bell for
the first race. The horses entered in the first event
were then started, and the other races followed
in regular order. Following are the prizes con
tended for, and the result of the races run :
Leaiii Cup, $40. Mule race ; mile dash ; free
to all ; catch weights.
H. N. Crabbe enters Minnie
C. A. Bailey enters Nigger
L. J. Aylette enters Coco Head
Dick enters Kate
Won by Nigger. Time, 2.14.
Regent's Plate, $100. Free to all horses bred
in the kingdom ; best two in three ; catch weights.
G. B. Kelly enters r m Venus
J. A. Cummins enters. . .b g Stanford Colt
C. Lucas enters bg Stranger
Won by Standford Colt in one heat, distancing
Venus and Stranger. Time, 1.48?i.
Reciprocity Plate, $100. Trotting race ; mile
heats ; best 3 in 5, to harness ; free to all horses
that have not a letter record than 2:40 in any
public race in the Kingdom.
James Dodd enters s g Thomas II.
Mr. E. Albaugh enters cm Coquette
Thomas H. being withdrawn. Coquette was
matched against time, being given three trials to
beat 2:40, and which the mare managed to do in the
first heat, trotting the mile in a square honest trot
in 2:39 4.
Park Ccp, $75. Three-quarter mile ; free for all
two-year-olds bred in the kingdom ; catch weights.
W. H. Cornwell enters g c Unnamed
J. F. Colburn enters. ...be Equal Rights
Won by Unnamed in 1.23. After the announce
ment of the victory of the grey colt, his owner Mr.
W. II. Cornwell, caused to be proclaimed from the
judge's stand that, as his colt had iow earned a
record, he would no longer allow him to be " un
named," but christened him " Governor Dominis,"
and decorated him with the blue ribbon, and as
such the winner will be hereafter known.
Express Cvp, $75. Trotting race, one mile, free
to all horses driven in a public hack six months
previous to this 11th of June.
Manuel Reis enters b m Mollie
J. Watson enters b m Pink
Keopuhieva enters b m Dolly
Just before the start it was. learned that Pink
was withdrawn, and the race was run between
Mollie and Dolly. Won by Dolly in 3.51 'i .
Poxy Race Ccp, $50. One mile dash ; open to
all ponies bred in the kingdom not over 134 hands
high ; catch weights.
J. H. King enters Bushwhacker
J. Lishman enters Why Not
Joseph Kaanaana enters Mokulehua
O. J. Holt enters Tyrant
Mokulehua, being over 134 hands, was ruled
out, and the race was run by the other three, re
sulting in a victory for Why Not in 2.44.
Kamf.hamf.ka Plate, $200 Trotting Race; mile
heats ; liest three in five to harness; free for all.
W. H. Cornwell, enters b. g. Oliver
M. E. Albaugh, enters cm. Coquette
Five heats were necessary to decide the victor in
this race (not including a heat declared dead on
account of both drivers starting without the word)
the first and second being won by Oliver in 2.34 '4
and 2.35, the third by Coquette in 2.3G, the
fourth lieing given to Coquette on account of
the bad breaking of Oliver, 2.38 ?i , and the final
heat and race wa3 won by Oliver in 2.38 h .
I.rsAMAKAAiXAXA Plate, $100. One and a half
mile dash; free for all to carry 100 pounds.
G. B. Kelly, enters b. h. Hancock.
O. Stillman, enters b. g. Mark Twain
W. H. Cornwell g. h. Gen'l Garfield
Contested for between General Garfield and Gen
eral Hancock: Mark Twain being withdrawn; and
won by Garfield in 2.53.
Kaiclasi CfP, $75. Hurdle Race ; one mile
dash, 4 hurdles ; free for all ; catch weights.
C. Lucas enters b g Sranger
M. E. Albaugh enters. . .c m Romping Girl
The actions of "Romping Girl" the preceding
day in throwing her rider so often, made jockeys
fight shy of her, and although Mr. Albaugh offered
the amount of the cup to any jockey who would
ride her and win, or $20 to ride, win or lose, lie
could find none who cared to venture, and Romp
ing Girl was therefore withdrawn. Stranger took
a turn around the track, leaping the hurdles clear
and prettily, doing the mile in 2.0ft 4, and was
awarded the prize.
In the slow Donkey race, for a cup $25, three as
pirants for the hindmost place appeared, and Ulu
hua displaying the laziest qualities, her owner was
given the prize.
A scrub buggy race, in which Harry Treadway
drove the winning horse and captured $100 stakes,
was followed by a foot race having no less than 10
entries, several of the runners being man-of-war's
men from H. B. M. S. Champion. The race was
won by J. Spencer, a Hawaiian, in 23 seconds.
A final race for gentlemen's saddle horses, closed
the performances for the day and at 6.30 p.m. the
homeward start was made by-those who had re
mained to see the last of the races.
Professor Bergcr's Band discoursed sweet music
between the events, and the Lunamakainaanas who
were present in full force, and everybody else,
seemed well pleased with the day's sports. A pla
toon of police detailed by Deputy Marshal Dayton
and under the command of Captains Mehrtens and
Tell, waa present to preserve order, which they did
in a most thorough manner.
Semi-annual Report of Treaiarer of the
To Hi Excellency, the Minister of Interiitr,
Sin: I have the honor to furnish this the forty
sixth Somi-aunual Report of the Treasurer of the
Queen's Hospital, showing receipts and disburse
ments during the half year ending May 31. 18?2,
and of the present financial condition of the Cor
Not. ao fash in Hank
May 31. Received frotu pav pa-
tieiita ". $ 3,sjj 40
Recived from Finance IH-paitmect.
Hawaiian aeameo and Passenger
Tax, for the six mouth ending
March 31. 1J
Received from Legacv Fund, six
months. Interest ou lionds
Ileceived from Interior Ii-part:ueut,
Appropriation in aid of the (,'ueen'a
6.5H0 00-.fli.9K 27
May 31 For Salaries of Physician.
Purveyor. Stewards, Servauu. etc. . 3.4S Oo
For provisions 4.14.1 M
For wines and liquors -.'7 71
For medicine and instruments a.17 IT.
For lights.. si .j ss
For Fuel 40 t
F or Iuaurance jj
For general expenses 'i.Tni 24
Cash in Bank 3.773 w
15,713 13 174.1 13
F.. & O. K.
J.'lis 11. 1'aTT.
Treasurer Queen's HoHpiul.
Honolulu. May 31, lss-j.
A Farewell word fromll.B.M.S. Champion"
At the special request of Commander
Browne, we publish the following letter ad
dressed by him to the British Commis
sioner here, when he was on the point of
leaving our harbor. It is a graceful, and,
we are sure, a heartfelt recognition of the
sympathy displayed by the people of Ho
nolulu. Steering for Yokohama, the Cham
pion takes her leave of the Pacific Station,
and we shall not have the pleasure of again
seeing her Commander or his omVers, whilst
they remain associated together in their
present relations. Ou behalf of the public
of Honolulu, we wish them all "Uod
COMMANDER BROWNE'S LETTER.
At HoNOLrEr, June 15, 1SS2.
r . y. -,, ... . .
.U A JO It JAMES ODKIIOISK, J. Jl. .l.'S
Commissioner and Consul-GcncraL Hono
lulu. Dear Sir: As the Champion is about to
leave Honolulu almost immediately, there
will be no opportunity of personally thank
ing those who were so kind in connection
with paying the last honors to the memory
of the late Captain Hope. I would there
fore beg that you will be good enough to
express, in behalf of the oflleers, myself
and ship's company, our appreciation of
the great kindness of His Majesty the King,
the Queen, the Queen Dowager Emma,
and the rest of the ltoval Family, the For
eign Representatives, llis Majesty's Minis
ters and other officers of the Government,
the Nobles and members of the Legislative
Assembly, the Consular Body and the Resi
dents of Honolulu.
In conclusion, I would request that you
will allow me to thank you for your ex
treme courtesy and kindness in everything
connected with the illness ami funeral of
our late Captain. I have &c, &c,
'Signed) V. It. II. Browne,
Spirits Imported Etc., by Chinese.
Quantities imported and purchased from April
1st, 1880, to April 1st, 1882, being a return ordered
by the Legislative Assembly.
O. Ou Chong A Co
Wong Lee Yuen A- Co. .
.1012 Si Dozen Samshoo.
100 " "
Yee Wo Chin
Tuck Hon A Co
Wing On Wo
Goo You Kee
Quong Fung A Co. .
Hop Hing A Co
Mow Kee A Co
Wing Sing Chong..
Wing Wo Tai A Co
" Cal. Wine.
Sing Chong A Co
Kwong Y'in Sing A Co
Con Chse A Ahung
Quong Sam Kee A Co ... .
W P Akau
Mow On Chong
Wong LeongA Co
Hung Lung Kee A Co . .
Kong Hing Lung A Co. . .
Wing Chong Tai A Co. . .
Wing Wo Chan A Co
.120!)' Dozen Samshoo.
. 115 Dozen
. 22 4 Dozen
, 757 '
23S 3-10 Gals.
277', " .
Wing Wo Tai A Co
Kut Chong Kau
Kwong Yit Lung A Co
Chung Tom Quat
Y'ung Kwong Wing A Co. . .
Transferred from other
37 'i "
Importers to Chinese
. l'.MO Caes
. 251 Cases
Ale Quarts . . .
Ale Pints 14
There was remaining on hand April 1st, 1882.
. IGks Dozens
The following deductions from the above return,
show the transactions in each sort of liquors for
the two years.
Total Amount of " Samshoo" 2770 Gallons.
Balance on hand 428! "
Total consumption, ... 23581 Gallonn.
Total Amount of " Brandy " 4988 Gallons.
Balance on hand 380 "
Total consumption . . . 4GOX Gallons.
Total Amount of " Gin " 01 4 Gallons.
Balance ou hand 00
Total consumption .... 551 Gallons.
Total Amount of Whiskey " 5 Gallon.
None on hand
Total consumption.. .... 58 Gallons.
Total Amount of "California Wine" 150 Gallon.
Balance on hand 21 "
Total consumption .
Total Amount of "Boer" 110 Quarts.
Balance on hand 150
Total consumption. .. 930 Quarts.
Total spirits taken out for consumption by Chi
nese in two years 2wsiil Gallons.
Af f II'ENTK IN KAf.
By advices per steamer Iwalani, we learn that
two serious -cidcnts occurred there during the
latter part of May. On Saturday evening, the 27th
ult., Dr. Oliver's horse sliptx-d and threw the doc
tor near his residence in Waiohinn, injuring one
of his legs very seriously, breaking his collar-bone,
and bruising his head badly, so as to render him
senseless for a time. On the amr; date a native
had his hand blown off by the premature discharge
of giant jiowder, while fishing in the sea near
Honuapo. Dr. Oliver lx-ing unable to attend the
injured native, owing to his own accident, Mr. C.
N. Spencer, undertook the surgical case, and after
administering chloroform to him, amputated his
arm above the wrist, the hand being literally
shattered into shreds, dressed the wounds, and at
the latest date the native was doing well, and was
In a fair way to recover, although the amputation
had been delayed longer than it should have been.
The doctor also, we are glad to learn, is recovering
from what was at first thought to be a fatal mishap.
George Glcmbiu has Us n acquitted H the charge .
of chicken Healing hronght against him.
The arte-ian -well down right? fee t I) a (ton
through a layer of loach amid aiid gravel, l'roe-
ject f'r obtaining a g'd supply of water i Try
The M-hooner Clan Sprcckrl will leave for Ban
Francioco on Saturday. June 10th., a he will
tike several paengera among whom are Mr.
Boardmau and Mr. and Mr. Coat. s and family
She has 0421 bag" sugar on lsard.
A ' ti vt. man died or waa MippoM d to hare disl
in Kalawao Molokai. some dava ago. While hi ,
friend were in the act of lifting him info Ida coffin he j
opened his even and objected to U-ing thua diapoaed !
of. His friends were very much aatntiiahed and aa
it is a miracle, as tho man waa surely dead.
A statement n hieh appeared In a Honolulu paper
that this island had enjoyed two inches of rala
miiht have Ix-en made by a dreamer. We hare had no
rain to sivak of for the' pant twenty days, and the
weather ha l-en altogether too dry for a long
tinn now. The Spreckt 1 ditch has lately been fall
i:K at the rate of an inch a day, and rain U looked
fi.r with aniety.
We learn thai J. C. Merrill and other inflneutlal
tneu arc looking ovt-r our district. Kohala tnuat
dress up if we are to l so much observed.
Heaps of preparation are going on for the K. C.
Ball on the 1 1th, and if we do not have a gay old
time it won't 1h the fault of thoxo that have' mat
tors iu charge.
Kohala is tii.w enjoying Wautiful ahowera. and
the emu) M alie forth gr-edily to capture every
drop. The long dry kjhH had made it very
Mr. Frank Sjx-iiovr, of Waimea, h Ixn'n making
the district a call, ami ay ho is pleated with our
appearance. Fruuk prove himself a very sensible
man by making such a stau tuent. We have always
Known we v.ere nice people, hut it i pleasant to
hear others say so.
Zamloeh gave us a feast on the three nights lie
pcrf.M mid. and was suitably rewarded by large
house. He alwa gives satisfaction, but Lis per
formance thin time was wonderful iu the extreme,
and we were sorry he could not remain longer.
He promised to come aain oon, and we shall be
glad t welcome him. Kohala is always ready to
support a liist-clsss troupe, and we have a first
clasK hall to perform iu.
Johnson spoke a little on temperance last
week, and sold quite a number of receipt for mak
ing cheap whisky. It w-eius to Haw aii tie that
he thinks more of selling his liook than reforming
jicoplo. He i doing more harm than twenty pro
iiitiou laws can ever undo, and it scenia a strange
mode for making jn aee to place in the hand of
the eenniy the very arms that he needs to defeat
us with. The Chinamen iu particular are quite
pleased, and are making arrangements to have
the books translated into their own languajre so
that they need not purchase of Honolulu, l'crhape
our friend Johnson wants us to encourage hum
manufacture, and thus in another Important
ti utlie make ns iiideendcut of Honolulu. Oh. Eli,
how can we ever thank you enough for making
liquor so cheap that tln jsoi'i'st of us can enjoy it.
Talk tiinisiunce und encourage drunkenness.
Have the missionaries ever given thia matter
The Oceanic Steamship Company.
( Frmii thf Jhi'ihj J'ncijir L'ummerciul Adttrtier.)
It is with satisfaction that we learn that
the contract for tho construction of two
steamers to be built on account of the above)
named company, specially for the Hono
lulu trade lias been definitely placed. The
firm whose tender ha been accepted l
Kramp it Son of Philadelphia. The cost of
the two boats will bo !f ikm).(kk). An oner from
a Clyde ship-building llrm was received at
80i,)0(), but It was deemed best by the Di
rectors of the company to place the M'ork
with an American llrm even at what ap
pears to be an enhanced price. In view of
intimate business relations between thia '
country and tiio United States their de
cision appears to be dictated by sound policy.
Other considerations have, no doubt, had
weight with them. A much closer over
sight can be given lo the construction of
these vessels by their future owners, If built
at Philadelphia than If tho work were to be
done on the distant banks of the Clyde.
Moreover, It must be said that in some par
ticulars, ot no small moment to the comfort
of passengers on such a route as'that be
tween San Francisco and Honolulu, the
American ship builders have some sound
ideas which have never taken root ou the
further sido of the Atlantic. That every
modern idea calculated to ensure the com
fort of passengers is to bti brought Into play
in tho construction of these loatfl is assur
ed to us by the following letter from the
President of the Oceanic Company, address
ed to our fellow-townsman Mr. William (i.
Irwin, which we have been permitted to
make public. When these lino boats are
launched we shall all bo wishing that the
long talked of Panama Canal were finished
so that they might be saved the tedious '
journey round the Horn. It will be seen
that tho Directors are sanguine enough to
hope that the new steamers will be ready
for service In twelve months from now.
We hope that their expectations in this re
spect will be realized. It will, undoubtedly,
redound greatly to thecredit of the builders
if tho work Is efficiently informed lu time
to admit of this. Following is the letter
above alluded to:
San Fiiancihco, May 30, 1882.
My Dear Mr. Irwin:- Within r few
days after your receipt of this letter, tho
British Steamer Suez will arrive In Hono
lulu to your consignment, and will for the
next tyvelvc months probably run regularly
between this port and Honolulu for freight
purposes principally; but she will also, I
trust add to the present limited mall com
munication, and thus indirectly benefit the
commerce between the two places.
As you know, the Oceanic Steamship
Company was formed in this city lat De
cember, for the purpose of placing fine pas
senger and freight earners upon the Sand
wich Island route, and immediate steps
were taken towards that end. The leading
slnp-yards of America were visited, and
they were found full of work, and could not
supply new vessels ready for service under
a year ; an eflort was then made to charter .
suitable vessels In Europe; but without
avail. The supply of fast passenger steam
ers in Europe is exceedingly limited, being
confined almost entirely to -the Atlantic
lines; these vessels are not suited to our
trade, being too large, and drawing too
much water. The Company was thus reluct
antly comjielled to abandon the idea of
putting on chartered steamers at once, and
have . decided to build without delay.
Plans nnd specifications have been made
for two first-class vessels with which to
commence the trafllc, and we have received
several bids on same. Probably before you
receive this letter, contracts for construc
tion will have been signed, and work under
way. As soon as the vessels are started we
will send you copies of plans, that you may
se:e for yourself that, In the projected
steamers, it is our intention to leave
nothing undone to make these boats as
complete and comfortable for this Island
trade as experience can suggest. One of
the first desiderata Is speed, and our Inten
tion is to make the voyage regularly be-
tween the two iiorts in six days. The ves
sels are planned for one hundred cabin pas
sengers, giving large staterooms, wide
berths, fine ventilation, nnd plenty of space
for exercise and promenade, llecognlzlng
the want of passengers at sea for a large
social room, we have provided this; also
for the accommodation of smokers, who.
heretofore, have not been a much favored
class. In fact, everything which could be
thought of for comlort has been provided ;
and if the vessels, on completion, equal the
hopes of the directors, our Hawaiian friends
will have reason to be proud of the most
excelle nt ocean service in either the Atlantic
or Pacific Ocean. It is the In lief of the direc
tors of this company that by furnishing to
the tourist travel, excellent accommodat ions
and by catering to Its comfort, a very large
proportion of the visitors to California, as
well as of our local residents, will be In
duced to visit your lovely Islands, and we
do not doubt, that all such travel will tend
to the material benefit of Hawaii.
In conclusion I will say, that the Com
pany cannot hope to have Its passenger
boats ready for service under twelve months
from date, and in the meantime, they may
find it to their Interest to make use of
freight steamers like the Suez, In order to
move your produce more rapidly and in
order to give additional mail communica
tion, such facilities being at times much
needed, particularly during the heighth of
your crop season. I remain yours truly,
Edward L. G. Steele,
President Oceanic Steamship Co.
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