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, kow.kl. Mr UrUMw. Mr T l M.-Maater, Mr K Munr- .
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. MAY 19, 1883.
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His Mj-ty the King has received an sut'raj.li
letter from His 3Ijesty the King of Sim. of whii h
the following is a troUtion :
From His Msje-ttr Somdetch l'hrs l'arauiindr
ChoUlornkorn I'hr ChuU Chow Klao. King of
Siani. both Northern nl Southern and all its
Isspendencie. nl La Ko, Mslsys, Karen,
etc., etc., etc.
To His Majesty King KsUkans. Kins of Hawaii,
etc.", etc., etc.
We hase been very r.lesse-d to hear from our
Ministers that they he been informed by onr
Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Aflairs of
Your Msjsst having fixed the date for the august
ceremony of'yo1"" coronation as King of Hawaii.
We beg Your Majesty to sccept onr biasing on
this aunpicious occasion.
May the Supreme Power of the L mver-e protect
and kVp Your Majesty, and bless you with all
happiness, good fortune and glory, make lour
Majesty rerered and lored by your people, and
honored by all nations, and grant our Majesty
long to reign orer the Kingdom of Hawaii.
Oiren at the Throne Room, Chakri-Maha Praadh,
in the Grand Palace, at Krung Thep Maha
Nakhon. on Wednesday, the second day of the
waxing of the month liusya, in the year. MamU.
fo" th of the Cycle, bei-g the 1244th day of the
Siamese Astronomical Era corresponding to the
10th January. 1BS3. of the Christian Krs. the
fifteenth year and 0174th day of Our lu-in.
lr has pleased His Majesty the King to appoiut
Wiltek Mcbsav Oibjs, Attoru-y-iueral,
i,Uerim, ic E. Preston resigned.
Iolasi PaUice. Mav 14th. 1W.
OjriciM- notice having been received that during
the temporary absence of Mr. J. C. Glade Im
perial German Consul. Mr. H. F. Gsur. will dis
charge the functions of that office as acting Consul.
fcll persons are hereby requested to give full faith
and credit to all ins onic.a. - .
WALTEIl M. GIBSON. .
x tJ 3t w MinUtr of Foreign Affair. j
Department of Foreign Affairs.
Honolulu. May th. ;
Orric.s notice hariag b,ea reivM tha, dr- j
in the t,mP.rary ab?,nc of Mr. 4. - C. lad.. .
Consul for Nor-.y and .Sden. Mr H. W.
Sohviuc will discharge the lunrtwus of that flice j
a, Vctit-l onsUl. all pso.. are J,.rby rrquted :
to give full faith and crrdit V, all hi- ofi.ri-1 c ... ,
that c.r.ciy. WALTEB M GlhOS.
Minister of Foreign Affair. j
Department of Foreign Affairs.
Honolulu. May 8th. HfJ.
Buieau of Immigration Ordinance.
Ib pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the j
Legislative Assembly, approved on the thirt.eth ,
day of Decrmbcr. A. D. 14. entitled "An Act t ,
provida for tie imports ti' "f Ub.rers and for il.r- .
encouragement of immigration." and of ... A. t a,
proved on the 2-".rd day of J...... A. 1. I-M. e.n-
iled - An Act to extend the power- h - 'a '
Be it ordained by HU Msj-sry in 1'r.t) t-.uncil
a the recommendation of the Minister th Infe
rior, and the Bureau of Imn.iration as follow : ;
Whereas, It is, advUabl i" -rd-r to protect the ;
public from the -rread of conr.io-is diseases .that ;
immigrants arriving in .his Kingdom. l...M U
subject to thorough ii.-f -eti-n ; and Whereas. It
is advisable that a pUc- ahunl.l b- provided for
them, where they can I- protecud from ih .ra
tions of designing permis and sMommo.ht.- l with j
suitable f.xl nd I-xIinS. anti! they sha'.l have j
had a reaonahl- time to secure n its b! -mploy- j
mTtereforc. be it ordained: Firt.-Oi the arrival j
of any ship or vesU at any port of this Kingdom. .
having fifty or more immigrants on board seeking ,
emplovment in this Kingdom, said immigrant ,
ahallBolbe L-.ad.l fr-.m any uch ship .r vewl .
until permission to d- so M.all have l-u granud ;
by the President, .r by ... Vnt ..f the Hoard of .
Seconl Whrn ucu permission is ol.t lined tin
commanding officer of the vessel, bringing said im- ,
migrants, shall cause them to bV landed at suc.i ,
place provided by the Board of Immigration as ,
may be indicated by the Agent t the IV.a.d of Im- ;
migration as aforesaid.
Third Vnv officer of any vessel briuiing irouu- :
gran U as aforesaid, who shall land or allow .nysnch ,
passengers or immigrants to be landed, and any rr- ;
ion who shall aid and al-et in th landing of any such
passenger, or immigrant without the permiss.on !
and otherwise than in the manner as in the two ,
preceding articles provided for. shall 1 liable to ,
pav a fine not exVeedin the sum of One Thousand :
Do'llars. on conviction before anj Tolior District
.u ati immigrants landed m the pla. :
aforesaid shall be subject to the inspection .f the
Azent of the Board of Health, and to such orders
aa the B-ard of Heaitn msj -
of the health of th immigrants or that of the .
PFifth Prorvr Inten-retcrs and facility shall ,
be afforded by the Board of Immigration to enable j
.11 such immigrants to make engagements for their ;
rvices. nnderstandingly and fairly, and an- ;
thority is hereby given to the Board of Immi-
tration to prevent all nnauthoried intrusion upon ,
.uch immigrant., and to t.k such measures .s ;
may be conducive to the comfort, personal clean- .
lines. nd good ordr of such immigrants while
residing in the said place provided.
Sixth On the engagement of any such luimi- ;
grant, to labor made wLil at the place aforesaid, ;
eTerr employer shsll Psy a fee of five dollars for
each immigrant engaged by him. which shall be
applied by the Board of Immigration towards the
expenses of the maintenance of to -aid pi- and
ut the immigrants thsrein.
Seventh.-Immigrant not desiring to make en-,
e.gements for Ubor .hall. lfor. leaving the depot.
fnil the President of the Board of Immi
gration satisfactory evideu.-es hat they will not
Ucome vagrants or a charge on the community
for their auppert.
Eighth This ordinance shall ta'.e effpc: on its
publication in one or more newspaper, publi.hd
Done at Iol.ai I'aUo-. this lltn .Uj of J.nu.rv.
A H ". KAI.AK.UA 1UX.
Br the King : .
H . P. Csi.t. Minister or l:. eiio,.
Board of He.ltn.
Bv ordes of the Board the attention of tl.e public
i. especially called t regulation adopted by the
Beard October 23. 1 372.
1 Everr racket steam vessel arriving or!
pori. of these Islands shall be l-arded by the Port
fr;.1cUffrwbo is to examjnerJil.'r'4
i !.tanzers. and if saTTsTieTthat no c,.,a.i...,
nd PMngeJase exist, onboard, he -hall grant
!. a'sfted. he shall order the Pilot to snohor
SrS harW.snd the JWrd of
,he vessel ntiAetl ot ,U facts. No Pilyt
Anting a tVam packet inside ,hf haroor until
T 'r Physician has Piven him U-r,v ... t do.
. ... .,t the lioaru.j
. . ... u-ml Code and fo lowing sections :
hap- J Board of Health mar from time
SECTION I. .;., . ru.rform.fd
Z ilTvsels'.rrivin at any por. of the Kingdom;
by, 1 ' make snch quarantine regulations a
"shAlTjud neoessary for the public health snd
fatr of the inhabitants."
aafetyox ; whjch shal,
-,1 to sabmit W quarantine or which shall
quarantine grounds ; Ufore the ex
irtion of the quarantine imposed upon
or wajeh shall be the means of clandes
tinely introducing into this Kiagdooi any conta
gieos disease, or any disease dangerous to the pub-
lie health shall bs liable ! -izare. confiscation,
and sale for the bonetit of the public treasury."
SEtriox 21. All ex-uej inenrrt-d un account
o' auy jeron, vt-el or gKxls uii!-r any quaran
tine regulations shall be paid by such person, vt?l,
or owwr of such TtBitcl r gool resrt-ctively."
The roaJit-aJ of Honolulu is hereby .It--i icrj-at-'l
a. :iarsntin: ground."
F. H. HAYSELDEN.
v-cretarv .f the II ard of Health.
Licenses Expiring in May, '83.
1 Wong Han. N'uuanu Valley llouoluiu
'4 I'd ii ring Kee, auoakea tn-"t "
t f Bt-m. ort street "
j Concbee tc Achat, Hotel street
x Wong Chea, Nauana tret
? Ah n.Bt, t lsh Market
10 You Ou Tong. Uotel itrwl
I Stewart blauc, "
17 J A Hopper. Esplauad
IH A l'e Zouzi. Uliaa street
19 J Hopp, iueen street
M Nam chung tc Co, corner Kin anj Mssaokea cs
21 A JS Cleghorn Sc Cu. Milium.uu :roet
2i J 11 Lyurb, Kiug street u
2j Chu Sam.
! Abuna. VVaLalua
27 Jacob t'ibr. Llliba street
'-'7 Ho Ten Chows Sc co.cor A lakes snd Merchsot ts "
2S Hung Lnm long. Hotel street "
) Mrs W H WiUuuoa, Fort street -
R ETA II KAUAI.
H Alj, Waimea
' Uorchgrevlnk. Eeksba, Waimea
1 i Cbooc 'iai, -
R KT A I L. II A V All.
1 James BlckDell, Kakuihaele. Hamakua
3 Yet ebluf Chang, faauwilo.
au len, iionuEaa,
7 Tu?k ung, i'aukaa, Uilo
9 J Ka.us, Kabalil,
11 I. Ajau, Mskapala, Xortu Eohals
l' lr C It Wetmore, Hllo
IS Mi ssrn Kee & Co. I'aauilo, Hamakua I
iv ion 31 u. Laupsboeboe. liilo
!7 f'hi.njj ls ic Co, Uoksla.
29 W U Holmes. Houvkas, Hsmakus
RKTAII. VI A L I
6 Charb-s Sylra, Wailuka
7 J (J KlrkwooJ, Lsbaina
9 : U Dickey. Haiku
10 Mini; Leourf A Co. Kalualu, Mulokal
1J Tarn You. Makawao
11 Mis t hin Tong. Wailuku
it, a l.uos II Co.
tt Kwoug Lunif,
'2H Yuuutf Hits, "
& Tsm You, Makswa
3S Ah llo,
11 Abl. (Koua Hems)
II Apol. (Hainakuaixk(
1 J Hi (knell. Kukuibsele. Hamakaa, llssU
1 Nee Chong. North Kobala
1 Cimpsa Pais. Uamskuapoko, Maul
2 Yt Ch.tg ChouK P.auikllo, Usiuak'ls, Its sll
2 Mrs Kealuha Vuili, llnuokaa, "
3 Ap-. Psia. llsmskuipoko. Usui
S l ouche A" Achat, Hotel s.r.t. Uuaolultj
.". " ...
n iee H'k. Wailuka, Maui
1 Vuo3 C'iwrn, Nuusou street. Honolulu
1.' I-in Tot. Msunskea "
1 llo I io Check, cor Merchant su l Alakea sis Mouolnl
1 .Nee Le, licretanis stivet -p'
Arhen, l.slisiua. Maui
11 Llo Tu. k Kee. Puuchb-xrl street Honolulu
23 Kllaues Sufiar I o, Kilsu.a Plaotatiun. Ksuai
-.'4 Louis Kalt-I -n. Wslmea
Alama. Hilo, llswsii
11 J W Keaomkksui. Hilo
31 Ji'hn Cut. U aialua, Oahu
-' " leahorn Ac Co, KaaLumanu street
LIST OF LETTERS.
I siiinlitlittr 11 tliu ni-ral l'ost
I . ortice Msy 1. ls.i.
-6l. SI H
Avery, HtriT K
An-lrea. Hr IO'! Mn Hot. I
Alfjrd, Thomas M
IJoyutoo. Mrs f Y -i
Uoyi. P W
Bowman, Mrs li K
Urei.eville, A ((
Banning, F J O
i.ud ly, (ts ti
lswsoa llros. Mr
Defries. lienry a
lyr. ills Kats
Brown. SlmS K
lirown. Mrs U
1 si ley, J.
Bruse, ti '
Bursttb. Chi 1st! su
Kslch. N W
ltlt -lifor.i. IC
I'lsrk A Co. Ui-sm-4
' k, VI rs John
Dushoa,;, Mis t.
l.u, Mrs it
lsv;s, r rmrA I-
Kuslisb. II 1
footer & 9on, Unuri M
r sTt-n., R S Mleste
Krsn-ii, J V
KreJi iksen. Louie
r lowws. O W
Oil I more. Mrs M A
IlKB'li'bett, jr. t
Usll n. limn J
Hir iiutK, Mrs A K
ilut -uiu-on. Tho
1 1 r-r!r., Mrs J
Jesus, r ellemina de
JuJ.i & Lay ton. Messr
J-bn'int til 2
KiJ.1, Thomas J
Kirk land. A VV
K-sler, I'tiss i
Farrer, H L
O.-iffln k Co. Me-vrs T P
G.ifflrbs, fi s
Hamlin. II U
Hewitt Sc Co, iiej.ts Tozer
Hayball, Edwin 4
Uubouck Son, Menu
Hardy. C J
Kjolsiad. J M 1
Kinney, airs A P
Littlehale, P J
Miller. Cbas E 3
Morrison, S E
Milten, C K
Mills. Miss Anms
Morton, J T
O'Brien, Kobt O
Plnkbam. O S
I'eavey. J N 3
!'stteron A llibbvit
lieyuids, ' It
llos, lrs liosy
Bice.C bsrley i
Keuter. M II
SvWa. Miss C
Siii. r a
Spinney. C O
Mpaldintf. V U
Smith, Kev O II
M rris. J-e
Miller. V K
Met arthy, K
Meyrr, V H
Mci.'reary. J r.
Nflsi.n. N S
Xte, Vrs M K
Ualrs, t reU
lti ir-JU. J
1's. k. M L
li. iker, l.oais
?:.s3rr. D N
-ot-tt. Of" A
Turner. KreJ 4
T-.x-r, tf swlt '
t n Jerw. !. K I:
. V A
Ward. Mrs Annie
White Hro. J H
Vil--n, T H
W'sr.l. W ut A
M'!kf, W !
. 1.1 f. wr attsr
Viuiia. Mls M .'
Walker. K II
Wilson. Jas S
Wiley. J W
riw fwr lellerS Iw tsi abwve
IcMlarlr rrsr.U. ! aisk fsf
II. M WHIT NET, P. f . C.
Postal Money Coders.
a RRA.VGKMKNTS II4VIXG BKKS COM
X ri.El't-I for the isuinR of domestic POSTAL
MoN'EY KLEi:.S by the PiMt Othca Iepartoient, notice
it given that from and after MAY 1st. money orders will
be trailed at. and can be drawn on, either of tbs following
us'iied po-t offices :
V almra-. .
At any of the above Money Order Post Office, an order
will be issued, on application, for any sum not eiceedlnif
.fifty dollars. Tha following are tha fee established.
which are psyabl tty the appiirsnt at the tini- tbt? c .-5er
is is.ueU :
F"r any --0.11 nvt i.--r iiuj Ki D ill sr. 5 cut .
vT So d-lls-, and n"t -.-eed:n 1 I'J ceats.
Ov-r o-a u IU". io i not xrc-.iiaj il li cenu.
Orer t 4--nty-n-? dilsr. unto d.t:o. t cents.
Ovi-r f in ' i .liars, n'-it es.-eeling $.' ii ceiitv
No ord-r ib l.s.ie.l or more thsa rifty Jjl'.srs.
W htu a lr"i :jra is wsntttl it xuM be pr o"iire.l ia twt or
more or l-r
Au ..-:- i'liu: iic IS-.1-1 ou -y p -.t oft rt ri---pt
oue '( a ii-uj'ne 1 mon-j nr lr otJioes, uat:i n tice
has .o. n irn. n irist it tias bern made a ui'uev orJrr
oti e .
An t.rJ-r i. ;'. -rveu'stiOii, ouly st tu ofti e
drssu ou. an i tut- pers.-ri I whiu 1. is paid m'Jt re
cipt f r t.ie s'lioan'.
lllaiik a;.jsii s'io'i mr- krjit st esi-h iuouey-ordT otQ. e.
At the country i:i.-.i"y-.rdr offi- es. crtaiu dy, suJ
hours uf the day. will It,- .ici Abated l;y t-a. h F"i u-ter.
when money .riir.- will be i-.id.
No money-ord.fi" business trau-a'-t 1 J'ua'lay .
Psuiplilets, .;.Utii iiiu4- iaore 1 ol ula:l ol ' ihe .aouey-cr-icr
system can be hi 1 ..a ajpl.--::i-n j any of liie po.-t-olSces.
FOliKI'iN MOShY-OilDLfLS ctaovt be isue.l until
money order treaties have b?en made with such countries
as it may be desirable to extend the systota to.
H. M. WHITNEY, P. M. O.
ilouolul 11, April, 13. apiVlm
A map of the S.E. portion of Oahu has been
prepared by Captain Jackson, of the Govern
ment Survey. It is ou a scale of 1000 feet to 1
inch, aud is indeed a very interesting and satis
factory deliniation of this part of the island.
His Majesty has received from Ii. A. Macfie,
Esq., through Colonel Macfarlane, a very hand
some photographic portrait of Queen Victoria.
The portrait was t-ikeu at the celebrated Bussiino
: Gallery, and is u full cubiuet size-, elegantly
j A passeugei ia trau -.t for Sail Kraucisco by
I the City of New York t jund hiuiseit in an uu
I familar quarter of the town, and so be asked a
1 passer-by: "I say ! how far is it to the City of
j New York? aud was puzzled by being an
swered, "'About six thousand miles."
We hope to see amongst the other pretty ex
hibits that will undoubtedly be displayed at the
approachiug show of the Agricultural Society, a
' bench1' of Canary birds. These pretty
songsters are tha ornament and delight of m-tny
a home heie, and there is nc reason why they
should not brf brought forward to ;oiup--t for a
The blasting operations goiuy 011 on Nuuauil
street, below Kiujt ur coiidiii.-ted in a quiet but
effective manner. Large masses of the sandy
rock are dislodged by the tiring of the charges.
A heavy chain luid on top of th mass to be
broken up prevents pieces from riving, and the
report as in all effective blasts is hardly
A lieimtu b.y. by the uaiuc of Dtntrow, who
recently arrived in this country ou the steamer
Khretilel.s, had his hand b idly crushed Wednes
day by the cars used fur the transportation of
taiie mi .Mr. Kichardsoji's plantation at Wai.iuae.
He was immediately brought to this city, and
taken to the Oieen'H Hospital. The lingers of
the hand were so badly crushed that amputation
The Illustrirten Zeilung of Leipsig contains
a full page picturo of tlie coronation of His
Majesty Kulakaua, copied from out. of the pho
tographs taken by Mr. Williams. The picture
is well aud carefully drawn, but the Queen and
her throne is, omitted probably because in the
photo the (jneen stood in a deep shadow. The
Kev. Mr." Mackintosh is decked off with a turban,
his flu win ministerial robes having given the
German artists the idea that he was a Hindoo
The careless practice of throwing the skins of
bananas, oranges and mangoes upon the side
walks should be stopped. Any one that has
trodden upon one of these slippery things will
agree with us iu declaring them to be very dan
gerous, and au annihilated nuisance. It is
within the province of the Deputy .Marshal to
instruct the police to keep the sidewalks clear
of everything endangering life or limb, and those
stationed near the tVmt -tunds should be
especially enjoiiit'd to warn consumers of the
fruits we have mentioned to not throw the paels
upon the sidewalk1?.
At 3.4 Tiie.-dav a match game of lawn ten-
1 nis was plav.ti on Dr. McKibuoa s grounds.
Prizes were giw-n by Mr. J. II. Vlnian, of Bilti
luore. They were, for the firt pVize, a silver
bracelet, suitably insi-; ib.-d. :. ..d, for the second
prize, a Mexicau bt-!t. Tno contestants were
the Misses Dora Dowsett, Wodehouse, Mist,
Green, Widemann, Adams, Pinebe and Mary
Dowsett. Miss C. M. Mist w 01 'he first prize
and Miss Dora Dowsett the second. The prizes
Vere presented by Her Majesty the Queen
Dowager Emm 1.
A cdrrespondfriit says ;
' Let those who are ready
" Talk is cheap."
to tell how a thing
ought uot to !, do:i, step forward and tell us
of that ' n're excellent way,' of whicii. we l'ave
thus far sevii nothing." CVitaiiiiy ; we ure
always rt'.tdy i tell how a thing; ouht uot to be
lou;, letius we nij always ready with a better
plan. Iu rcfeKiiee to the management of the
Kmployjm ut Committee of the V. M. C. A., we
suggest the employment of a paid secretary,
whobe sole business it will be to receive aud dis
pose of applicants for employment. N We under
stand that this is the course intended to be taken
by the Y. M. C. A., but the idea originated 1
with us. aud we now make it public because the ;
proper time has come for us to do so. j
He considered himself just as yond as auy- j
body, and this of course, he had a perfect riyjiit
to do. He did not pretend to be ft prophet, but
then he could foresee events with almost mira
culous accuracy and had an infallible knowledge
of human character ; to he Wanted us to say that
uftairs in this country were in an awful condi
tion, aud rnin was certainly inevitable if some
thing was not done forthwith. We asked him
what the matter was, and what should be done,
and he delicately insinuated that the great diffi
culty laid in the circumstance that his friends
were not iu office, and that the dreadful state of
affairs would be remedied at once by giving
them official appointments. We remarked that
he ought to save the public from this alleged
impeudiug ruiu, and the reply was that, He
would if he could."
The JJulteti n of a few days 3-40 gave room in
its editorial columu to a reply' to an article of
ours autut the nieth-iils pursued by the employ
ment committee of the Y. M. C. A. The "reply"
was to the effect that th. ''lecords" of the
members of the K. C. of the Y. M. C. A., was so
infinitely better than that of the literary stall of
the Advebtiser, that the said literary staff had
no business to criticise the uct.s or methods of
the K.C. of the Y.M.C.A. And then, while the
i said literary Man was staggering under the force,
j fairuess and uptntss of this argument, the
Gazette gets out its club and threatens, it we
don't K-t the Teacher's Association alone they
L will have matters iu the past h story of th sua.
! pected writer of 'Educational' urticles 're
: hashed'' to hi-t :h supposed writer's, hearts
: content. Thes threats of proving a man's
j present want of judgment by a "rehash'' of his
i past record" may be awe-inspiring, even as
! are the gyrations of the boonit-rang; but, like
j the evolutions of that instrument one is not ul
i ways certain they will hit lh ri -r 1 t pron, or
j recoil on the thrower.
The publisher of the Poput ir Scifin t .Ytws
claims to Lave manufactured the first nitro
glycerine ever made in the United States, twenty
; years ago. and in so doing had perilous experi
'. ences with the compound which are unpleasant
: to ree.tll. Ho describes dynamite a '"a mixture
of innocent polish. ng powder and weet bland
glycerine nfter it has been ucted Up on by nitric
acid.'' This compound is a pasty black mass,
almost perfectly safe to handle, of w hich enough
can be carried ut a side pocket to destroy the
lives of a hundred tneu, or shatter a building as
could be done with half a barrel uf gunpowder
placed tinder it. The publication referred to
" The advantage of dynamite to the Nihilist
and the politic.ii assassin is, that it does uot
need confinement ; a window can be broken in
any buildiug. a cartridge thrown iu, and the
explosive effects ure as widespread and disas
trous as they would be if the substance were
confined iu a narrow space with walls which
would afford reststeuce to the expanding gases.
A dynamite cartridge may be placed against a
building upon the outside, ou a sidewalk, and
explosion will cause extensive injury.'
To kill the Czar it is only necessary to throw
a few dynamite cartridges through the windows
of the cathedral iu which he is being exowaed.
However, the punishment meted oat toSdyua
miters will soou put au end to the criminaJCrse
of that explosive.
The high wind of a few days pat has kept the
dust flvius in aud abont Honolulu in a very tin-
j couifrtable niauutr. There has been, too, just
! eiiouh dampness in the air Xt bring throat
j troubles upon those who are at all disposed that
: way, and too much care cannot be exercised by
all in guarding against the insiduons attacks of
sore throat, pneumonia, quinsy, etc. The suu
is hot enough to Umpt ladies especially to wear
thiu clothing during the day, whil? now and
then a current of cold air, l-riuitig with it a light
spatter of rain, swoops dow n and chills the too
thinly guarded neck, bringing on a ' slight
cold." The mooiiht evenings feel cool and
pleasant, aud a stroll through the garden, or
prolonged sitting on the veraudwh after which
one feels "chilly,'' increases the slight cold and
brings on a " sore throat," which is apt to in
crease in a few hours and necessitate calling in
a doctor, and confinement to the house for some
days if nothing wors?. Moral : Don't imagine
because it is warm you cannot catch a cold.
Harper's Magazine for May contains a series
of entertaining sketches and reminiscences,
some of which are Terr valuable and instructive.
There is an article describing San Francisco and
its environments, which is particularly graphic.
It is accompanied with illustrations too, that
revivify our recollections of the Golden Gate
city. There is also a picture entitled " High
Jinks of the Bohemian Club among the Big
Trees.'' This is a good representation of sceues
that must be familiar to almost every person
who has visited California, or at least tha por
tion of that State where the gigantic red-wood
trees are still to be found. The succeeding arti
cle entitled " The Treaty of Peace and Independ
ence is the second paper of a series in relation
to the great men and. events which were con
temporaneous with the triumph of the American
Revolution and the formation of a recognized
independent nationality, which has since grown
and expanded until to-day it has become one of
the foremost powers of earth. " The National
Academy of the Arts of Design, and its Surviv
ing Founders," is the title of a fine description
of the Art Academy organized in New Y'ork in
the year 1S25, through the efforts of Mr. Morse,
the artist, and contemporaries. A novel entitled
"A Castle in Spain' is a most charming story
well written aud full of incidents. And
" Roman Carnival Sketches " are equally en
tertaining. Several other articles will be es
pecially interesting to students of history and
It is very remarkable how quick dissimulation
of speech, sentiment, or motive will be detected
from a genuine article even by the casual
bearer and observer. It is strange, too, how soon
a child who has no practical knowledge of
complicated, superficial, worldly deception will
iustinctively distinguish a sincere, honest word
from a hypocritical utterance. At a recent meet
ing where many people expressed opinions on
one subject, we were very deeply impressed with
the difference of tone and manner which marked
the thought that each speaker expressed. We
noticed particularly oue lady who rose and spoke
with such natural ease and simple earnestness,
tha: all who listened to her mnst have been con
vinced of her entire honesty and sincerity, how
ever much they m iy have differed with her be
lief. The very tone of her voice and the easy
natural grace of her beariug as she stood before
the audience, certainly indicated unmistakably
that what she said came from the convictions of
her heart. There was no hesitating hollowness
about her. Nor did she strive to put on any af
fectation of sanctificatiou, or endeavor to make
her words subservient to auy scheme of personal
gain. The subject tipou which she discoursed
was the averred tendency of religious persons to
make themselves repulsive by assuming a so
called holy tone, and constrained demeanor
when conversing upon Christian subjects. And
she thought this habit far too common even at
the present day. Ia striking contrast with her
candid opinions aud unquestionable sincerity
were the words and manner of a gentleman who
undertook to deny the prevalence of the holy
tone aud constrained demeanor among Chris
tians of the present time. He kuew of not a
single instance of the kind, while he himself was
a present living exatnplitication of the worst
typ of constraint and affectation. Indeed, be
fore ho ceased talking aud sat down, all the
audience seemed to be satisfied that he was blind
himself and hence could not see the blind.
A New "Idee."
The Editor sat in his easy chair,
Iu his easy chair sat he.
And he gazed st the wall with a vacant air.
Cobwebs hung from the rafters bare
And the spider lurked in his dusty lair,
And nothing was seen by the editor there
To give him a new ' idee."
He gazed at the wall 'til his eyes grew dim,
Till his eyes grew dim gazed he.
And then, tho' ho had his bread to win.
With a small slice of lemon skin.
Cut as he liked it, very thin,
Of which he'd a glass, got the best of him,
And to sleep and to snore 'gan he.
The foreman came from the ' chapel " dim,
From the chapel dim came he.
To the " devil ".his roar
Came through the door,
Copy," he'wanted, (and added "less snore").
And the editor woke and his hair he tore
And stamped his feet upon the door
And scanned the exehanges o'er and o'er,
In search of a new " idee."
lie scissored away in frantic haste,
lv frantic haste cut he.
tlow to broil and how to baste,"
" How to prepare a useful paste,"
"The Waste of War," and "A pretty waist
Is not the one that's tightest laced,"
And other items were "leaded" and "spaced,"
AiiA the "third paja" " original " column they
For the want of a new " idee."
An Interesting Debate-
" Are communities benefitted more than in
jured by the accumulation of great wealth in the
hands of individuals ?"
A public debute on the above question took
place in the hall of the Y, M. C. A. last Monday
eveiiiuj. Drs. Emerson and Rogers opened the
debate, and several speakers supported the one
side or the other. Tne affirmative asserted that
large accumulations were the result of natural
laws, while the negative claimed that the im
mrnae fortunes that had grown up of late years
iu America were nt the result of legitimate enter
prise, or any kind of product ve industry. It
was argued that the goal to the community
from the employment of labor, a well as the
liberal donations of t"he wealthy to laudable
objects, more than couuter-balauce 1 the evils
ansiug from the concentration in the hands of
the comparatively few. This was replied to by
the statement that the possessors of colossal
fortunes were not. as a class noted for liberality
or public spirit, the greater amount of benefac
tions coming from men possessed of comforta
ble means, but not of excessive wealth. It was
further argued by those who supported the nega
tive that the possession of inordinate wealth
enabled the holders to bribe legislatures, control
courts and do as they pleased generally, which
was met by the rejoinder that such attempts
could be and had been met by the people who
compelled the passage of laws restraining these
evils. The affirmative made a point by the
assertion that all men desire wealth for them
helves, and only object when the accumulations
are iu the hands of other people. This was uot
disputed, but the ne jatire side stated that great
wealth for the few meant poverty for the itany
and tended to tho destruction of the middle
class. Auother argumtut advanced in favor of
the accumulation of wealth by individuals'
was that it tended to rqke them conservative,
specially if that wealth was vested in real estate
and indisposed tj adopt wild and daugerous
ideas. It was also stated, by the affirmative
that large fortuues do not hold together in
families teyoud the second or third generation.
(This statement, as well as the one made by the
other side, to the effect that the immense
fortunes that have grown up lately in America
are not the result ot legitimate enterprise will
not hold good of England or Europe generally,
but as neither of them have any bearing upon
the question in dispute we can let tbat pass.)
We also notice that the argument was U3ed that
it is only by the concentration of wealth ?n the
hanjls of individuals that large enterprises and
public improvements are possible. Inasmuch as
"public improvements ,; are paid for by the
public at large, we can imagine that the allusion
to such in this connexion was a l ipxvt lingut.
Altogether, the debate was an interesting one,
even if the conclusion that of deciding in the
negative was a forgone one, and we hope to re
ceive the report of future ones conducted under
the same favorable auspices and with the same
courtesy as distinguished this.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE At GEEilAX BAEK
O. R. Bishop,
H. WOLTEK3 MASTER.
Will. Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
Yor frvibt or laa e apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
sprj d:f. Aifent
Oceanic Steamship Company
Foi Hongkong;, Cliina.
THE BRITISH STEAMER
Xflll LtaTr for the Abort Port
On or About June 15th, 1SS3.
Freight or Vassiffe n y be secured In advance by sppli
Wm. C. IRWIN & CO.,
siirw i Agents.
FOR SAN FKANCISCOlKoIoaand Kapaa Every Tuesday
Aitrr arrival t f Srrauic-r, au J
iii.: AULlMCtN lta.N
J. C. Ford,
Wi I Hive Quick Dispatch for the Above
roi- irtriht ui k'ssji. apply to
C. W. Macfarlana & Co.,
may 12 d&wtf. Agent i
A. FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NUJANU & QUEEN STREETS.
noNoi.ri.r, ii. i..
AGENT XT O XI
The Following lcRct
W A I L.r.t.K
V A I K tl I ' ,
M t l.OI.lt.
H A 1. 1- . A.
K MOI. KIK'K ii.
FLAG :-Red, with White Ball !
marl I Iv
tea.nt-r LiKelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p. 3... touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Hay, Mskena, Ma.
hukona. Kawaihse, I.aupahoehoe and Hilo
Keturniog will touch at all the above ports, arriving at
Honolulu '-ach Sunday A. M.
'II K l.lrlKLIKi: WILL LGIV'K II KK
1 WHAHF at 4 v. m., and NO Freight will be received
after 3 p. M. Due notice ia given of tbis rule, and it will
he carried nut fiuvll WILDER A. CO.
PACIFIC &UIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For 11 IVn iiciscjo.
r:i K M'l.r.MHI) sMKAM-Mtll
ZEA LAND I A.
WKUBKtt, Co mm iulrr,
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
0?i OS ABOUT JUNE 3.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
llll. S.-M.K.NMK STRM?:il'
CI TV OF NEW VOUK
K A lil.IO.- ' Mill !.
uii i. i.kwi: ton t'.n: colomia
UN 03 A30Ur JUNE IO.
f or frljtii snd l.-ige, apply to
II. HACKr'tCLb A Co. Aeuls.
Coo-Ik jr Sfcipuiru! prr Siramcr ess
've Siere.l. l''rrr af I'linrf, In ilie Pirr-proof
Warr bvS'f leir I'if liio.iafr Wimrf. mar
MKSSIts. H. :l ' C P !:!." . CO. nr-i ni prepare! t Is
sue KK-TCltN l'lO 4Kr hi" e-a Honolulu an 1 n Kran
Cisco for f 125 t i- Pi-mil trip
Oceanic Steamship Corny
i li K tl I Hit
Will Ifif? n Fraatlif) fjr IHnslala the 5th Day
of E t j Uiat'i, rtiraia from Honolulu en
the 2ld Dav of Eieli Month.
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS,
Jno. D. Spreckels Sc Bros.
327 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwin Sc Co.
For Europe via New York
KSTA HMMlKli INK).
Two Sailings Every Week
laoy WM YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY,
raon 8.)r evkhy satcrdiy ;
RATES OF PASSAGE:
HI SO 100 GiH.lt :
4.1'rordins to Accominudat Ion.
RKTUl TIC RETS 0 F IVOR ABLE TERMS.
rK-.K.4GK 28 ClRRKNCV j
In').! arcnmm latio-! ran clwjji be licureil a application i
WILLIAMS. DIMONU & CO..
J ; .LKX.tMK, tan Franeiw.. j
1 Sl' Slr-t, Uoatnn,
VKKSON 11. DHOWS & CO.. j
4 Bw!itij Green, N Vork
S'.iici" to lenf!rr tro.u Australia, .New Zfal&ml mni llonu ;
lalu Tb CuDani Line afflird more thn ataal facilitin to
through ie-iier from Tr in.-Pacifle Fnrts, the frequency of j
lt sailins prrlu'lin all p isiibijiy of delar in Sew York. ;
j ii ai. Arroa-.moda'.ions alwy reervr1.
VKKS'JN II. Bti'jWX A CO..
m.rl 4 llowiins Green. Near York.
Come, John," s.iid the boy's father, " I
don't w-tnt to see you smoking again until
you are some years older, at any rate."
Why, father." replied John, " you smoke."
"So 1 do," resumed the pi rent; but I
didn't smoWe at your time of life. I never
had a cigar in my mouth until 22 or 23
yejrs old. and here you are at it at only 17."
John didn't make any reply, but he thought
there wms more excuse lor a boy of 17 mak
ing a fool of himself than a young man
'I'llE KIA1VLAR ANMAL Mtl.riNii Of TTIZ
i lioia sufer Plantation Conraiiv :l I brMaltbo
otfioa cf tha Company. No. S al.f iruss ure-.'t, room 8. iu
th City so J Coaufy vt Sau Fratu-tsvu, State 1 1 1 aa:ori.i.
Go Monday, the 3d !; of Joor, at li uVlutl,
For the purpose cf elrvtiBU a Ensri f rim tors or
Trustees to terra tor the ei:u n jrar an l atti-h other
bu-iu-s as msy come lmre ihe u;e tins.
Trnfr bwk will rioe i a Wniin Uy. Msy lt st 3
o'clock. Ol'STAVE FRANK,
my 15 dDt w3t beoiMary.
To the Proprietors of Sugar Mill.
l. lhs uoJt?rui:eJ is prepared t dm tract Ijr luuld.
tuf Pnfjrstnl Hot Air Fnraarcs iwith xri-at dispatch)
according to the deigns cf the late celebrated Pn !sor
Feutwy, fjrnwly Prottssorof Chemistry st the Andrrso.
nlan CnlrersHy. Ulasgow, Protecting sll parUrs froiu
any Imaginary Psteot iuf.ingf ments ur Uovaltivs wslih
Impair the sulidtty cf the wotk snd diminish tlie ru!ts
obtained from burning the megis ci.-ttt trotn the rollers,
effecting paramount objects, rli : favlr.4 i-t fa"l, UUr.
drying sheds. trsaiwsT. wsgons etc.
spr 3m w.
174 Qus.n Street.
OVERLAND STAGE LINE.
Heaves Nawiliwili for
iicturniaig Friday to Connect
Tare S2.GO Each Way.
And tar puln;t beyond by SprtUI Cootrart. 10 Ik.
Saddle Horses Furnished if Desired.
W. H. RICE, Proprietor.
caayl dim wit.
June 11th, 188G.
The following Gentlemen will comprise
the Committee of Arrangements:
j DR. J. S. McGREW,
j H. A. WIDEMANN,
j CECIL BROWN,
! H. R. MACFARLANK,
W. G. IRWIN,
A. S. CLEGHORN,
ROBERT I.I HITMAN.
JOS. E. WISEMAN, : :
Races will Commence at
HUDDLE RACE One Mile Dash. 4 Hiull.
Free to all, catch weights.
MULE RACE -One .Mile Da ,h. l'ree f.r all, c.itcb
RUNNING RACE One Mile, best ii in .3. nto
TROTTING RACE -Mile Heats, b-t 3 in i to
harnwHH. Free to all.
RUNNING RACE One Mile Dash, tv Hawaiiau
bred horses not having a better reconl than 1.57
IiUNNINO RACK-On Mile, rt 2 in 3.
all Hawaiian bred hordes.
7-LUNAM KAAINANA PLATE.
TROTTING RACE Mile Heats, br-M - in Ti-e
to all Hawaiian bred horbe.
RUNNING RACE 3-4 Mile Das.li. l'ree : all
Hawaiian bred horses tv. years' old.
PONY RACE One Mile Dash. Op&n tt all ponic
bred in the Kingduni nnt orer 14 handd liib,
! RUNNING RACE Mile Dah. Open to all hor.e,
bred in the Kingdom thut have nevrr run at
11 AMATEUR CUP. .
: TROTTING RACE Mile Heats., beet 2 in .3 to
harns. Owners t drive.
TROTTING RACE On Mile. Free for all hr,r.e
that have never luti in any public rac-.
13 Foot Race, Bicycle Race. &c
Purses will be urranpd as ooii a flic Managing
Committee can conveniently d so.
All hor?es entered f-r the above races will I
under the control of t)i. .Indies, and their decision
will be final.
All running races will : undi-r t!)L- ll:ili-, r,f the
Pacitic Bl'fxi Hftr Association: exc piintr a to
All horses to carry a rider.
All trotting races will b undor the Rules of ihe
National Trotting Association.
No pool selling will le allowed on the Park
grounds. All hor-s that are sold in pn.i4 will !
Permits to train horses at thi- Vat rrvis can
Ije obtained from the M?rct3ry.
Jockies colors must accompany entrance fee.
In order to secure and maintain older, no one
will be allowed on the track without the Associa
tion Badge, which may be obtained on replication
to the secretary on the Turk ground.
ADMITTANCE TO THE PARK Pedestrian?,
free; horses, horses and carriages. 30 cts.; admit
tance to Grand Stand. SI .00.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
marl? SECRET ART.
tl v r rt " .c r rii r ut js.
OBCe MORE TO THE FR0S7 !
Whitman & Wright
(Sucet-nMira to M. J. Rie,
Niw. 75, 77, 1 9 nnti 81 King St.,
1 lie abnv ftrir, Lavmu v"rcLa .1 friu tl .ior
tde !t-xk a net l.i.O'l w.H rl tha well kuon Uuaiuv ul
tlie lat M. J. ltov, cuUaiatlUf vf
Pnint Shop unl
Trim mi Shoj;,
Are uoi prc-rare.l to r..-fl orUcr for work or Juatarlai
iu any of th. nlK.ru braurbr.
&c, tto., Ao., &c, &c, JLc, &c.t
Jfailf to orl-r, iu tlie iinmt workinatilili inatinpr, at abort
nnti 'O, anl nu the mowt fjvorabl. trrina.
Blacksmithing in all its Barnches,
Artesian Well Work,
Or Machinery Forging.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
We rraplor none lut the inoxt klllfMl MrrlaNailc,
nuluiir .Main l.il U I .
OrorB IVoiii tho other IaIbihIs n rx i'ttully aoll -ited.
All work and inaNTlnl cura:ilre:l.
I'lfaKe gilt un a fall t.ifnc pirrhalriK ur rtiritrarllnn
All Orrb r dlrv-ttnl tr. Hos .10.
Attention Given to Repair Work.
WHITMAN & WRIGHT.
lr7 w tl.
PJEW DRUG STORE.
PALMER & THATCHER
ASli liF.AT.Klt3 IN
Toilet Articles and
ftJo. 113, Fort Stcct.
Particular attention pilj to
j Our store is kejit ojcu evenings,
ui)( ;x omieteiit Pharmacist is in at-
tendance during portions of Sunday,
j so that persons needing Medicines on
that day can he accommodated.
We carry tho largest assortment -of
TOILET ARTICLES in tho King,
Our pikes are 25 per cent lower
than any other store in town.
Our delicious' ARCTIC SODA
WATER is unequaled.
We have a 'full lino of SPECTA-
i fT T?i: 1 PVi: - r i ccpw
A large stock of PHOTOGRAPHIC
Orders from the country wilL re
ceive careful attention, and goods be
shipped without delay.
AH our Oood-i aie NEW and
We manufacture SODA WATER,
SARSAPARILLA and GINGER
ALE, and have the Agency for
GENUINE EASTERN CIDER.
Wc deliver our Goods to any part
of the City, and ship to the other
Our Telephone Number is No. 297,
Soliciting tho Public Patronage, we
are Very Respectfully,
Palmer & Thatcher.
Ci i i Sj"'j