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un iwooi Hie tii5'r i iutuiiioiier. Mrsr. ' fmiuL . -t- Hawaiian JCKI.
Searl aud Tiule. have gone to Mui. iieiieial v. K'"ihaoa; iicisault and tiattery.
bpauMiiit hn fiint to Kauai to v4-it t'ol. . v l;f ..
lieu tockin in fasLimial.le among Hilo la, lies. I aiokto, cliargrU with saul ,'
! The planting i n.arlv all rliiUlieJ at Hom.laa I P,eaJJ Kuil,.7 reuximle.f.
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. JUNE 23,. 1883.
w tL arrival ( --veral tarjtoe of n
'jre f rota the jt au.l Bot.ii Lave iji
m iollowing pernon have W-n ctiiuuiiaHioued
Tax Anont for the taxatiou ditf Ut-t of the
Kingdom for tLe year 1SJ&3 :
N. KThaU . .
H. KobaLa . . .
S. Kona. . . . ,
. . . Gaorge Eell
J. P. Katnauoha
. J. Stupplebeen
. . . J. O. Hoapili
. D. H. Nthinu
O. W. C. Jones
Molckai and Lauai
F.wa and Waianae ,
. ... J. A. Kaukaa.
O. E. Richardson,
J. K. Hanuna
. . . . tt. K. Knpihen.
. . . F. H. HaTslden.
J. L. Kaulukou
J. W. Kaapn.
S. 1C. Malie.
. J. W. Kekahiinuku
. . . S. kalU
Jn. w. bu.ii
.Mitii-ti- f Finaiit-e.
Treasury leiartui-n t
Janw 13. lfrt.'J.
TtfK Court will go into full tuuuruing for Her
lal Rwjral titghuema the Priuce Ki rn Rkeliko
Lasi from tLe date of tbi notic. until tha day
.fur tli fuueral ; aud will wear half inouruiug
frotu that tiiu until the expiration of two week
frwut th day of the fuuaral.
U. if. Chamberlain,
j 383. June 1st dw tf
Grand Farwlia Exhibition. Hottotx, U. S.A.
TU Ooternmeul being dfiro that tbi King
dom should be fully repre-Msnted at the above Ex
hibition, iaiUs the public generally to forward
Specimau of ArU, Product, and Manufactures,
(the latter, where poble. in all etages of manu
facture). The coat wf forwarding such specimen will b
defrayed by the (JoTernntent.
Intending Exhibitor should give a concUe and
accurate description of their exhibit, alio the
amount of floor or wall apaca required and atate
whether the exhibit are for sale, uu loan, or pre
aanted to the Government.
Form of Appllcafn for Spai-o can be obtained
at the Foreign Oflice. or from Messrs. J. W. Robert
aoo i. Co.. Mr. T. O. Thrum, or Messrs. J. ST. Oat,
Jr.. A Co.
Applications should, if pou-le, be sent in not
la'er than ith June.
All Exhibit must be in the hand of th? Oo
rnment by the 20th July.
Mr. Charles B. Buckland La U-en authorised by
the Government to solicit exhibits, superintend
their despatch, prepare catalogues, etc., etc.
Full information with regard to the Exhibition
can be obtained from him or on application to the
Acting Secretary at the Foreign Oflit-e.
Bateau of Immigration Ordinance.
In pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the
Legislative Assembly, approved on the thirtieth
iy of December. A. D. 1-M. entitled "An Act to
provide for the importation of laborers and for the
encouragement tf immigration." and of an Act ap
proved on the ilrJ day of June. A. D, 1C8, enti
tled "An Act to eiteud the powors of the Bureau
lie it ordained by His Majesty iu Privy Council
n the rccoinineudatiou of the Minister of the Inte
rior, aud the Bureau of Immigration as follows :
Whereas. It is advisable iu order to protect the
public from the spread of contagious diseases, that
immigrants arriviug in this Kingdom, should be
subject to thorough iuspeotion ; aud Whereas. It
is advisable that a plac should ba provided for
them. hera they can be protected from the opera
tions of designing erons aud accommodated with
ui table foad and lodging, until they shall have
had a reasonable tune to secure suitable employ
Blent. Therefore, be it orJaiu-d: First. On the arrival
of any ship or vessel at auy jort of this Kingdom,
having fifty or more immigrants ou board seeking
employment in this Kingdom, said immigrants
hall not be lauded from any such ship or vessel
until permission to d- so shall have U-eu granted
by the President, or by an Agent of the Board of
Second. Wheu such permission is obtained the
commanding officer of the vessel, bringing said im
migrants, shall cause them to be landed at such
place provided by the Board of Immigration as
may ba indicated by the Agent of the Boaid of Im
migration as aforesaid.
Third. Anv officer of any vessel bnngiag immi-
grants as aforesaid, who shall land or allow any such j
passengers or immigrants to be landeU. aud any per-
eon who shall aid and abet in the landing of any such
passenger or immigrant without, the permission j
and otherwise than in the manner as in the two i
DrsL-sdiuf articles provided for. shall be liable to j
pay a fine not exceeding the sum of One Thousand i
Dollars, ou cmviction before any Police or District ;
Fourth. All immigrants lauded in the place ,
aforesaid ahall be subject to the inspection of the
Agent of the Board of Health, aud to such order '
as the Board of Health may make in the interest '
of the health of the immigrants or that of the
Fifth. Proper Interpreters aud facilities shall ;
be afforded by the Board of Immigration to enable
all auch immigrants to make engagements for their
orvices. understanding '! fairly, and au
thority is hereby given to the Board of Immi- ;
gration to prevent all unauthorized intrusion upon
ach immigrants, aud to tak such measure as
may be conducive to the comfort, personal clean-
linees aud good order of such immigrants while I
f. residing in the said place provided. j
V Sixth. On the engagement of auy such immi- .
grant Ui labor made while at the place aforesaid, ,
a very employer .all pay a fee of five dollars for
aacb immigr'aut engaged by him. which ahall be I
applied by the Board of Immigration towards the '
axpenae of the maintenance of the said place and ;
of the immigrants therein.
fcerenth. Iaimi-ra-U)t de-rring to make en- :
gag menu for labor -V before leaving the depot,
nmish ta the Presiu. Board of Immi
gration satisfactory evidc Jl.at they will not ;
become vagrants or a charge on the community !
tar their aupparl.
Eighth. This c"ace shall take effect on its
publication in oue or mora newspaper published
Dona at Iolani Palace, this 14th day 3t January.
A. D. Hil. KALAKAUA B.
Jjy the King :
H. A. P- Came, Minister of Interior.
Pound Notice. i
Makanoanoa. Jr.. ha thi dar been Commis- j
ianad as keeper of the Pound for etray at Kai- j
lna North Kona. Hawaii, in place of Makaaoanea,
Goverce of Hawaii.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 22. 1S33.
Board of Health.
By order of the i:.urj the it-nu.n .f the public
ii eiiH-cial.r railed to a ri-'ulutiou idjptt-d by the i
Board Oc'oU r 2'J. H72. j
1. Ecry packet rfteam ves! arriving tf thi
portn of thr- I-.1iii.1-. shall be boarded by the Port j
Physician, who i-t to examine iK-rsonally tlie crew t
aud pi--tti,i'-r. and if natinU-d tU.it no contagious j
or infectious di-waso exi.-it- IxarJ, he shall grant j
to the captain a certincate to that effect ; but if
not so !ati.iiied, he shall order tho Pilot to anchor
the veitel ouuide the harb-jr. and the Board of
Health shall b? notidcl of the fact.-. S'o Pilot
shall bring a steam packet iu.-ide the harbor until
the Port Physician has given him liberty so to do.
(By order of the Board.)
The attention of the public in alo called to
Chap. 09 of the Prnal Code and following nectioDs :
Section IS. "The Board of Health may from time
to time e?tablih the quarantine to be performed
by all veinel arriving at any port of the Kingdom;
and may make such quarantine regulations as
it sball judge accessary far the public health and
safety of the inhabitants'
Section Id. "Any vessel which shall re
fuse to submit tw quarantine or which sh&il
leave the quarantine grounds before the ex
piration of the quarantine imposed upon
her, or which shall be the means of clandes
tinely introducing iuto this Kingdom any conta
gious disease, or any disease dangerous to th pub
lic health shall bs liable to seizure, confiscation,
and sale for the beuctit of the public treasury."
Skction 21. "All expanses iucurrcd vu account
of any person. veael or gXMls under any quaran
tine regulations shall bv paid by such person, vessel.
or owner of such vessel or goods respectively."
The roadstead of Uouolulu is hereby design
ated as quarantine ground."
F. II. HAYSELUES'.
Secretary of the Board of Health.
J. F. Brown, Esq., is appointed Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Bights, during the tem
porary absence of I). K. Fyfe, Esq., from this King
dom. JOHS' E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Iuierior Department. June 12, 1343.
Jimu Hi'Mmtrtii is this .lav appointed Kwad
Hupervisor for the District of Ewa, Oahii.
JNO. E. EUSH,
Minister of Interior.
June 5. 1HS.1. juu9 writ
Dej-autment ok Fokf.ion ArFaias.
Honolulu. June 6. 181.
Bk it known to all whom it may concern that
official notice haviug been communicated to this
Department by Mous. lienri Feer, Consul and
Commissioner for France, that His Excellency the
President of the Republic of France has commis
sioned Hons. Oeokoe Bot'LitcH as successor to the
Count de Loaviers as Chancellor of the French
Legation at Honolulu : Therefore the said Hons.
Bouliech is hereby acknowledged as Chancellor
aforesaid, and all his official acts as such are
ordered to receive full faith and credit by the
rlicials of this Government.
WALTER M. GIBSON,
jnu9 w3t Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The observance of the 11th of June as a Na
tional Holiday is postponed until the 13th of June,
in resect to the memory of H. H. Ruth Keeliko
Uai. JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 4, 13st3.
juu5 dl t w2t.
Me. J. Kakina is this day appoiuted Agent to take
Acknowledgements to Labor Contracts between
Masters and Servauts for the District of Haualei,
Island of Kauai.
JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department. June 4. 1883. jun5 3t
Li bi.no my absence, the Hon. A. S. C'i.kohobn
will act as Governor of Oahu.
J. O. DOMINIS,
Governor of Oahu.
Office Governor of Oahu. June 20. ISs.j.
ju0 jt.l wit
Ma. J. Nakookoo has this day been appoiuted a
Agent to take acknowledgement to Labor Con
tracts betweeu masters and servants for the Dis
trict of Wailuku. Island of Maui.
JNO. E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Department of Interior, May 22. 1883.
All Water Rates now due aud owing must be
paid at the office of Honolulu Water Works, foot
of S'uuauu street on or before June 30th, 183.
Otherwise the privilege will be suspended without
Approved CHARLES WILSON.
John E. Bush. Supt. Water Works.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, June 1. 183. jnn5 tf.
W. 11. Johnsou has this day been Commissioned
as keeper of the Pound for estrays at Lehuula-uka.
Kona. Hawaii. KF.KAULIKE,
Governess of Hawaii.
Hilo. Hawaii. May 22. 133. juu2 3t.
Ljcense8 Expiring in June, '83.
K ETA 1 Li O AUV.
I Al au, Uuanaiua
1 Mrs T Ick, r'ort atrret
1 Ting aim-, Punalau, Koolanlua
3 Castle tc Cooke, Kin "treet
0 'bw See, .Nuuidu tr-et
14 J H Brans. Ksplanade
15 Iaif Cnoug, Uotel treet
21 I'bicg Yms Ac Co, Nuusnu street
21 Yen Hop, Uotel street
21 O W Macfarlan k Co, Uarra street
20 ook le, Heretaula street "
2rt lau Kee, Nuuanu street
R KT A 1 1. l Atl
1 T Auu, Wailuku
3 Ahui, tluelo, Uaiuakualoa
5 J Libia, Kiliuls, Molokai
C Tung Cbung. Kabulul
9 f ?aru Lnu 4: Co, Olowalu
13 Wtf Kee, Wailuku
14 A bum Ahi, Wailuku
16 Uovtuiu ac Anderson
K KT l 1 1. II .4 V All.
7 Awai, Halawa. N -rtb Kubsla
2ti C Akans, Kaiopibi, Nortb Kobala
J0 J f Mi'krDZlr, Uoauapo, Kau
K K r A 1 1. K A I' 1.
19 James B Grant, Kapaa
1 Awana, Uaiku. Mui
1 stm ook. Uilra, Kan, Hawaii
7 Wab Foong Krr, Km street, Uouwlul
7 Loo Acbu, Puualuu, Kau, Hawaii
7 Abon, Waibe, Maui
10 Ab Cbonir, Nortb Kubala, Hawaii
I I afu. Ueeia, Eoolaupoko, Oabu
19 Henry t barniau, Waliaea, Kanal
23 A (,' CoDcbre, Kapaa Kausi
2J Awana, Wailuku, Maui
23 Kcki, Waimea, Kauai
25 C Sam Lnug Co, ulowslu, Maui
2t Kee lleiu;, Uuirl siret-t, Honolulu
3 Castle A Cooke, King strrrt, II ouolulu
3 t- a Scbarfer a Co, cor Mrrcbant an4 Kaabauanu sts
7 T 11 Hobron. Kabului, Miui
7 Clu 8prckels, Kabului. Mui
19 TA Hoflicblaesrer Co. Merchant sir -t
20 af S Urinbanni tc Co, iu"n .treet
52 C W Macfarlane k Co, gueea street
j Lewers A Cooke, Kort street
UILLI A RU.
1 Joaquin liarcia, Wailuku, Maui
19 James U Urant, Kapaa, kau u
a; tC Wiustou , Kingdoni, Honolulu
WHOLES LlC SPIRIT.
nOW Uactarlane Jc Co, Qin street
1 oq Her, Wailuku, Maul
6 hmg Hip, Laie, Koolsulos, Oabu
7 Keel, Honolulu
j 34 W F Mosasaa, Makawao, Maui
i i Joba Whiaaubes. Kona, Oabu Jucl ti
Maid of Athens-
Mai.i of Athens, we nillst part.
I hear your father I must start;
li'y bfoki-u of hi., midnight lest;
Li-cieti..ii on my part is l-st
I'd b-iter git.
Maid of A then.,, ere I g.i,
Ki-.s me once, f.r luck, you know;
"iir fatix-r's f.Htl is oil the :air
S"oi;e but Hie brave d-.'-erve tho fair -The
jjas a;u't lit.
Maid of A then,, ju-t once more
Little ship imi.-t hu the shore:
Halk! tlie duc- has broke his cliau..
Zounds! I'lii iu liaid JucW a'stu
Gn-at Scott! I ia bit.
- ' m . j jgrog
Not Any ia Hers-
Come while the .leoti the meadow glitter,.
Come while the starlight smiles on the lake."
' Not much." she ,aid, for I d u't like bitter.
And the dew and mia.-ma compel iu: to take
Quinine and whisky, dog fennel tea.
Whisky and quassia, quantum sua'.
Dogwood and whisky, whisky free.
Quinine straight, and all such stud."
New dressed aiiijear iu the
colois and are very jopular.
The jiopiiiur hoe with the ilude is the
Ixitiid Quinze which he call the "Low
Many of lust year's goods
The features in new poika-dotted oltou
dress goods are of the large sie and match
in the close proximity of the freckle dots.
High corsages are very high indeed, the
collar incasing the throat and neck almost
to the ears. Above it only a tiny riui of
the white linen collar is visible on a very
narrow flat plaiting of lace. This plaiting
is removed wheu the corsage is worn by the
dude, and the tiny rim of collar is encircled
by u narrow tie. The effect is too sweet for
Most brilliant is au evening dress of steel
filings aud China ware with steel and
bras- fringes which look in au illuminated
room like a moving mass of small electric
lights and incandescent fireworks.
To wear with dresses which have ortieers'
collars, there are bronze, gold and silver
brooche-, in Egyptian and antique designs.
The two side pieces are in the same con
ceits, and they are secured, the one to the
other, by a hook-and-eye, or by attaching
the button ou the sleevo of the officers' coat
to the waist ornaments of the dress.
Black stockings are most in favor at
present, in wool, cotton and satin alike;
terra cotta shades are next in favor. Ladies
who wear stockings all the year choose
those of raw silk woven on ribs for street
wear in the winter. In summer there are
many worn with small holes worked in the
heel aud toe. High shoes are almost inva
riably worn over this last style.
There is a great deal of talk about the
tournureor criuolette. One modiste says
oue thing, and another, equally posted on
the weighty mysteries of the fashionable
future, declares something quite the reverse
But, in spite of the emphatic denunciations
of the touruure, and iu the face and eyes of
the disgust that U said royalty feels aud
expresses for this article of dress, the tour
nure yet holds its own. It lives, and it be
gau, as the Nile is said to begin, in a very
small way, (and like the Nile it begins in
tin wa(I )ste lauds) and it has gone on de- .
veloping itself (something like a ry.oo- j
phone). Now it can only be een froui a back
view by the wearer, and very funny it is to j
see the vvearer trying to take a "back view" j
of the one she is wearing. We uever saw i
but one lady who could do so easily and j
gracefully, and she had a neck as long as a !
crane's, and as lirxible as an owl's. If this ,
stiff, unwieldy object will only keep within 1
bounds and slay in the background, and i
uot become aggressive and seek to encomp-
ass the wearer, and finally blossom out into
a real old-fashioned ho ,p skirt of enormous
proportions, there will be no great or em-
phatic objection made to it.
UllleSS 1L De
that when .l is finally worn out ana thrown
intn t in h'irlr v;ir.l it will niitinno to ha
a u.aii trap and a suare to whoever comes
mar it. hen thrown on to the dust cart
it will still continue to spring out in every
direction, and when when finally shot on
to the new-made land it will remain a
nu sauce for many years.
mmmmmmm men are sate at iiaraiquipa, uninuanua, un
, T r 7 " , nn,. I able to drive their stock north till the Indi
M. Lemry who negotiated the return of 0,000 1 , tl, a n. 1
Tuni.iaDa refused in Tripohtania to their home-
and altars free, supplies eouie interesting facta
about that Stale, liouiba is tbe most beautilul
harbor on the whole coast ol northern Africa,
which may explain win it makes the mouths of
Italians water, dei-pite its unpalatable Dame. ;
the trade is in the hands of the
English , and Manchester goodd there rule the
coast. It takes two months to cross the desert to
reach the inland villages of Soudan, and two
jeara in the average time for the trip oi Arab
biigmeo. It huglaud makes a railway to boud;in
fhe will moDupulize the wholo trade of Tripoli,
and the result thus will be li lt on M. Reviere,
inland Aleeriau S-ui. Slave traiSa is conducted ,
on the si v; thus a political morab int bought his
jouoji Circassian wife for 00 Turkish pounds at ;
atamboul; she learnt uiueie at lripoli, and be
was thereby able to sell her at a profit ui 100 per :
cent. I lie nopuutiou uf Tripoli is 28,000, of
whom 10 are French, 9 English, and not a single ,
French epeeial are working their way up to !
Moecow. From the Prussian frontier to St.
Petersburg, twenty-three, hours railing, nothing I
can eo,ual the wretchedness of the monotonous
plain, lhere is no dinerence between human
dwellings and stable.
From Gatschina to St. Petercburg the Court
resides at the former, a distance of . twenty-five
milee; tl.e railway is a line of eeutries, on the,
and iu the, cuttings, above und under the bridges,
armed with loaded riflts The same precautions
will be observed when tt e Czar sets out the
day is kept a profound eecict, irom St. Peters
burg to Moscow, a distance of 375 miles. De
spite a superfieiul calm , a i.ervo s trembling af
fects all classes, and that a simugraph could
aluioPt register, as to the lute of the Czar. In
terest is not at all concentrated in tbe ceremony,
but to eee if His Majesty will be blown into
fragments. The danger for the Czar lies in the
moment, when, following the obligatory custom,
he must mix three days running, and alone, with
tbe crowd. Eveiy person authorized to take
j part in the ceremony must be prepared to show
I his photo w hen asked. People shake their heads
; ut the iaie einificsnt riljnce of the Nihilists.
I Ottawa, May 23. It is understood that
the Marquis of Lome will remain in Can-
ad i until the end of Octoher, and that his
-accessor will arrive before the end of o
veinber. On the arrival ol the former in
! England he will be raised to the peerage. It
, is said the Princess will leave about the end
; of July and proceed to the European Conti
' nent, where at Marianbad she will take ad-
vantage of the mineral waters which were
so beneficial to her health in 1SSJ.
Washington, May 30. The State De
partment Has received telegraphic advices
i via Japan that ratifications oi the treaty be
! tween the United St3tes and Corea hive
been exchanged at the Corean capital. This
is the first treaty between Corea and a West,
Late Foreign News.
The Pope has contirnietlie appointment
of Very Kev. Thomas J. Can- Kector ol
iVayinoutli College, to the Bishop to of Gal
way, after being aured that he w is not oon
: uecteil with the agitation in Ireland,
j Another encyclical U tter will be shortly
; issued by the I'ope to the faithful in all parts
' of the work!." denouncing secret societies.
; It will also enjoin the priests to refuse the
sacrament to all persons connected with e
. raris. .way s -ruieen nunureu people
j joined in the Anarchist demonstration to-
j day, at the graves of the Communists in
! Pere la Chaise. The red flag vas displayed.
! and the crowd raised frantic cries of " Vive
i I, rnmrnnn " S.ml Teche wpr,
le. Man policemen were present but
no arrests maue.
London, May 27. One of the principal
topics of gossip is the rumored marriage of
the Right I Ion. John Bright with a sister of
hi ti r ivila K r i f r h f c Iri.inne lursivl.
emiy ueuy ny sui.u umiiingc a oc.ujj even
contemplated. The Conservative press, how-
ever, renews the report. Mr. Bright scorns
the idea of making a formal denial of what
he savs is a scandalous rumor. Mr. Hri.rht's
, . , . ... r. .
ii v u I 1 villi i -- i"M lv. tiiat tuisi uiuii iuuo luvir
cation na oeen sianea oy me partisans 01
the law prohibiting marriage with deceased
wife's sister. There are five sisters of Mr.
IJright's first wife now living.
London, May 27. Oscjt Wilde seems to
be played out as an a-sthetic problem. He
worked the art dodge in America for all it
was worth and his n w nbandoned it. He
surprised his friends at a reception given to
Mr. Whistler, the artist, by appearing as an
nel inn elf n i? t t A It r I in n jt r r- r- -
J - .0......0..-
; PIace suit and shorn of his beautiful locks
Over here he is regarded as crazy.
Pa l is, May 27. A despatch from S lgon
dated yesterday says Captain Riviere was
reconnoitering with 400 men, landing parties
from French vessels when attacked. His
party was assaulted when 400 kilometres
frorn Hanobi by a strong body of the enemy,
,--n.. j , -,u
; principally pirtes, and was compelled to
' rr. 11 . j f
euate. Total lss. 60 killed and 50
i wounded. Saturday's telegram giving the
j number of killed and wounded related only
! to the loss among the sailors. The troops
; snWnupntlv i-por-rnmpd th nnsitmn A,l.
ditional troops tire being hurried forward.
A later despatch from Saigon says it is
generdly believed to he necessary to bom
bred Hue nd send a strong expedition to
Guay-quil, May 30. There was fighting
a little above the city this morning betvvt en
the contending parties, but little damage is
reported. There was fiehtinir also at Mala-
! comba, a half league off. Business has been
; closed, by advice of Yeintemid.
j The Minister of Marine has sent a tele-
gram ordering the Governor of Cochin China
; to notify the French troops that the Cham
: ber of Deputies his unanimously passed the
i Tonquin credit, and that France will avenge
her glorious children. Two additional iron
1 clads and a cruiser have been ordered to pro
I cecd East directly.
Memorial Day, devoted throughout the
lnd to the decoration of the graves of the
soldiers and sailors who fell in the wars for
the Union, was oberved in San Francisco
with the usual demonstration of the (iritinl
Army of the Republic. The escort by the
' PPori(i nrirra. v. C, r. was thP n"rin,.i.
; r . c l tj
nil nilhtni'V fontnra n r (ha narraqi.l Kuct.
nico u'.c cilcn.ri.la1 thrmirrkniil tha
j and fla w re ,lisplayed at half-mast
c. . . . ..J
citizens 1 neu toe streets on
i" route 01 me piocesMon. xne eierans
, turned out in I rue numbers, all the Posts
. Qf the citv being very well represented,
i ,. " ,. . ,P, 411
'euimg, .uu .1 4ne ueiayeu came-
,' "4C . te..c-i cc..
' was raising reintorcements on the 1 .th at
j poiui souiu 01 0111 Ajorenzo, ninuanua, ior
! the purpose of pursuing a band of hostiles
, who had fjone toward the Sierra Madras.
It is ttntprl hv o-narl antbnritir Hirt frnm fh
! rrnn .K- v.o.;f. .k; r,..
iiwui Ilia, VIICT livciliro nit Jllljll lllll llif-
ces to meet General Crook and are march
ing toward hiui.
It is reported the French Government has
assured (ireat Britain that they do not in
tend to annex Tonquin. but they will uphold
their treaty rights and exct full satisfaction
from the Emperor of Annam at the capital
of that country.
A Valuable Table.
The following tables are from the report niada
by the tariff commission, and were used during
the recent session of Congress in the i-ourse of a
speech in tbe interest of protection:
Age United States, dating from the Declara
tion of Independence, 100 years; United King
dom, dating from William tbe Conqueror, StX);
France, dating from Charlemagne, 1,100; Ger
many, dating from Charlemagne, 1,100; Russia,
dating from Peter the Great, 30; Austria, dat
ing from Charlemagne, 1,000.
Population United States, 55,000,000; Great
Britain, 34,505,000; France, 37,1GG,000; Ger
many, 45,307,000; Russia, 82,400,000; Austria,
Wealth United States, $55,0lto.00Q,OO0; Great
Britain, $45,000,000,000; France, $10,CH),00 ,
000; Germany, $25,000, 000.000; Russia, 15,
000,000,000; Austria, $39,175,0u0.
Debt United States, $J,SQXi,000.0UO; (ireat
Britain, i3,S0U,0u0.0OO: France, $4,000,000,000:
Germany, $90,000,000; Russia, $2,(V0,000.0HJ;
Expense United States, $257,00,IKJO: Great
Britain, $415,000,000; France, SO'-O.OOO.OOO:
Germany, $150,000,000; Russia, $CiX,000,K"iO:
Production-'-United Stutes: Agriculture, 57,
5,(O0.000; manufacturers, $8,000,000,000;
Great Britain: Agriculture, $1,200,000,000;
manufactures, $4,000,000,000: France,; Agri
culture, $2,000,000,000; manufactures, $2,500,
000,000; Germany ; Agriculture, $1,800,000,000;
manufactures, 82,200,000,000; Russia: Agri
culture, $2,000,000,000; manufactures, H,200,
000,000; Austria; Agriculture, $1.000 000.000:
manufactures, $1,500,000,000. San Jt Mer
iiT I continue to sell cretons at 25 cecia per
yard, A very small assortment left at Cas. J.
Fisarw' fopcub stose.
Our Pans Letter.
I have latelv loolvl into Merciers Paris
"one huti.lrctl years ago" Sebastieu Mer
rier like! i;.ti.-j.eau, wayel war against the
excess df iiixiiiv and the t or I'ptiou of
Manners. tlc tenounee th-ntulestatuary
in the ut!ic r:rleiis. ami wouh! ileuiolish
tlu-tn if be couM w ith a hammer, asthe due
le Mazariii li.l tho.-e in his .na'.lery. A
century asro tlie -treets of 1'aris had no side
paths, a common drain ran down the mid
dle af the street. Oil was commencing to
replace candles in the public lamps, aud
- the duration of tlie lighting was regulated
,lje I ot' the moon. The market of
Innocents wa.-s a Golgotha; skulls and
: thigh Wt.re stacked under the arches
. and alongside huxters sold their wares,
I Men with lanterns could be hired to light
' "' home, and protect you from thieves,
The rvligloua Orders did duty of firemen,
! aiul wheu the Pia- wardrobe took fire,
i ... , ,j ., . . . , , .
men juuuiucis lue Maiuies oi vcous auu
i goddesses of Olympus. Mercier fixed A.
; D. 2440 as the ideal of human progress; theu
horses will no longer be treated with cru
elty, suicides will be at a minimum in
; ketry mu tried in crape, and the cortege will
; aiM,igize for having to shoot them. No
: butchers will be admitted to this preiimi-
j nary millennium because they kill cattle
; publicly in the streets. However, Plato
! deluded mh-is from his Republic.
i A friend who has returned from A raster-
. . - .
dam informs me, the opening of the ex-
i ,,ibition passed otfin the "most glacial or
tier." The king never opened his lips, nor
declared the building open. In his circuit of
nearly three hours, he stopped once to feel
if a Russian soldier was in war, and to ex
amine specimens of Belgian cloth for the
-arniv. The huil.ling is iu the center of the
city, a novelty in itself; but the iustalla
tions are very backward; in six weeks the
goddess can be admired fully decorated.
The Americans have opened their bars c-e-
fore their stalls, and vacant places are cov
ered wilh flowers. The Panopticum is a
wax show. M. Grevy and Itochefort are
iu the vestiary watching the canes and
umbrellas. Bismark and the Pope are
cheekly jovial, and the Kiug of Holland is
surrounded by his family, and as silent as
if in the midst of his loving subjects. Taci
turnity runs iu families like wooden legs
What an elegant compliment M. Wert
heim paid the French Commissioners;
France, he said, although mutilated re
mains the chef tVdouvre of nations, as
Venus de Milo rests the chef d'ouvre of art
despite her dilapidation. Hope Bismarck
will not propose a Zollverein to the Dutch
fcr the simine; we give the orator
a chalk. In . crime, au uncle invited
his nephew t a ,big drink., but de
clining to pay, the latter unscrewed
his wooden leg and beat (8) that relative's
brains out. A barber made his sweetheart
join iu a deed, that if either of the high
contracting parlies indulged iu a dicer's
oath, the penalty was to be 300fr. Othello
saw his love flirting one day with a beggar,
whom he concluded to be a prince in dis
guise; he waylaid her next day, but iustead
of demanding the 3X)fr. he took the value
by attempting to cut her throat.
Henau's ifouven-rs are the favorite reading
of the moment. There are two men in
Renau, the dreamer and the thinker. He
illustrated what Napoleou I. observed:
"We carry always our mother with us."
Kenau not tlie les Ueiies womau, "wtio is
only woman.'' He remarks, "I have en
couraged friendship but little; I have not
done much for my friends and they have
done about yie same for me." When
fleiiau visited his native village, Frequier,
in Britany, the inhabitants, very devout,
made the sign of the cross when encounter;
The Fedeiai Council of Genera has de
cided, that only a beverage made from the
juice of the grape shall be called "wine."
Since the death Fgeria, the ex-actress
Mme. Drouet, Victor Hugo's health is rap
idly failing. The late Kinile de Girardin
was the pi ince of journalist. Fournel in
his life of the decease! states: tie Girardiu
diet! avowing "Ihe utter powei lessness of
t he pi ess."
liertraud to 1. I., ('oiiirn-i: "I will discuss
all and everything wilh you till four o'clock
which now aut-s to strike."
Holidays are good things now aud again.
Shakespere commends sleep for knitting up
''the sleeve of care but holidays may be
said to unroll the tucked up sleeve of toil,
and for a whhe the brain relieved from the
routine of it accustomed labor, and the
trained muscles allowed a little generous
play renew their strength and vigor. Men
will have holidays ; and as many different
men as there are, there are as many differ
ent ways of enjoying holidays. Oue man
will pass his holiday in some such way as
the farmer recommended to his boys when
he asked them to "knock on" work and go
to piling wood," that is in toiling in some
unaccustomed way. Dickens says that a
bricklayer's idea of a holiday is to dress up
in a suit or velveteens witli nign-iows ana
a spotted belcher handkerchief around his
neck, and lean against a lamp post all
Hoys, as a cla.-is, do more hard work on a
holiday than at any other time. They
realize" that ' the labor we delight in
physics pain," ai.d so they will tramp
many weary miles and row in a boat
other weary miles to go a-lishing (generull3'
with an outcome that does not belie the
usual "fisherman's luck"), or they will dis
port themselves in a match game oibaseball,
cricket, or some other equally exhilerating
pastime that involves the expenditure of
something like 200 indicated horse-power
per hour of muscular energy, and throw in
an amount of shouting and screaming that
is appalling to older people. Another holi
day man is pater famili'is. He and the
mater gather their callow brood around
them, and transport big lunch baskets to
sequestered groves, or to Waikiki, and
sufFer the sun to scorch the skin of tbelr
venerable noses, and call it a picnic.
Here we have holidays galore, and by the
time the 4th of Julv is duly celebrated we
Will be reiidy to setfle down to the summer
By advises per steamer Suez we learn
that our Hawaiian coinage is in a state of
rapid progression, the dies being completed
and tlie Secretary of the Treasury having
granted official permission to stamp the
several denominations of coin in the Lu ted
States mint at San Francisco. The profile
of tlie Kiug appears on all the coins. On
the dollars and half-dollirs will be the
national motto. Ua mau ke en o ka aina i ,
ka pono. The denominations one dollar, 1
one half-dollar and one quarter-dollar will !
be expressed iu Ha.vaiiau Hookahi dala,
hapalua, and hapaha. The first instalment
of the new coinage will, we understand, be
I-vLHIX.f MY ABSENCE FROM TH K KINuLOM
I J Sir. D K. t Y KE will a. t for me iu ail matters ct
baaiaesH, under fall po7.'er of tttoiat-y.
L. K FYIE.
j ace dit wit
Cuired States Minister Hei.teDt. Uix Rxivllenrv Kallm al
L'avett. Kesideoce, Hawaiian ilotel.
KurlanU, Couimisaioiier and I'onnuUicnMnl, J it AVoJe-
houe Ktwulenre, Emma Stret-t
Franis. Consul and Couiiuisutwrt M.usuur Henri l-eer.
Hsi.ieuc. Benrtama Mreet
hou.-U4r Krrut'h leiratiou, Muiisieur Couet De fou-
Irtorl. t'ousul ml t..:uuilssiourr. A .1 Souza I'sua
Consuls, eto . Honolulu.
. .i A ScbacJ.-r '
JC Ula U
A I'sitt J
..A J I'artwnsut i
John U Patv i
lit-ruian Empire, Sweden anj oray...
Iienmark (Uaua, Mauo -
Netherlands and Beltrium
V luted States.
. U A AIcKiaiev
K W Lam
. ..J W -uuer
T H Davies
Mexico (X epam i C! ,
Kusnia ;Viee Oonsul;
Caned States jVice Consul)
I wnmtrk ACtiLUT' .V- .
K P Hasting
. U R Macfarlan
J O Carter
T 9inerr I
Ah' Uonke I
Japan, Commercial Agent
L s consular Afui vniio, nawaii).....
(canuiui, alaui) ....
c L Wmbi
Diplomatic and Conaular Agent.
Hob. H. A. f. Carter
lion J Alott Smith .
Secretary of Lej-ation p U AUea
CAary rf Ajuirtt and Ojutult Central.
Loudon. England .
...Maoley H upkius
...Kouert U IWdy
J C l'duer
. F Collin de Paradis
Valparaiso, Chile .. .
(Xn tuts General:
Xe w York
A S Wtt.nter
.Ferd de t'annait d'ilauiale
K W Irwiu
Sydney, New South Wales..
Sweden and Norway
...W s Seymour
W M Urond
. . Juo F Muller
Portland, Orepon ,
..U W Sevi-raue
San Franeisco, California
Bordeaux, F ranee
Iahiu de Mainlrtit
...... . Krupft do iloissuc
Cliu I. Fisher
i S Oakley
K U liucbanan
........Victor Foive, Jr
Kdward F W ber
Ii A Thompson
T F Serpa
........ Henry 10 I 'ooke
1 b i ruickbauk
K P Ititbet
Fi nest 'oppii'tor
Chas F Stoke
A P Itusa
J G Zoller
Robert W Jauion ,
. . .J Johnstone Keowick j
liichard Seemanu '
.John K Humner
l-on de A Cohen :
..A Kuitlbalrs :
lloston. Mrt-ss (Aetluc ).
Otaeo, New Zesl.tud
Grand Duchy of Haden llajeu..
KdiubuiYli aud Leiib, Scotland ,
Antwerp. KW 'iuni
Panama, I' S Colombia
Auckland, New Zealand
liebart Town, Tasmania
Victoria, lliitifh Columbia
Cardiil and Swansea, Wales
Newcastle, N s W
Dresden, Saxon v
Dundee, Scotland ,
St. M iehaeLs
foreign vld jcnisrmrnts.
UVKRI'ISINU AtifCKT. 21 MKHCUANTS
k EXCIi A NUK, San Franrisco, Caliloruia, i authoriaed
10 receive advertisements tor the columns of ilii paper.
Li. P. FISHER'S
Rooms 20 and 31, Merchants' Exchange.
California Street, San rraucisco.
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paps Published on the Pacific Coast, tbe Siudwlrh
Islands, Polynesia, Mrxlcan Parts, Panama, Valjm-
ralso, Japaii, China, .lew Zealand, the Aostrallaa
Colonies, the Eastern States and Earope. t iles ol
nearly every .Newspaper Published on tbe Pacific
Coast are kept Constantly on Hand, and ail adrer
Users are allowed free access to theiti during holi
ness Hoars. The P1CIFIC 10.U.1IKRCIAL Jtl)i:&.
TISEB Is kept on file t the tiilice of !.. P. I ISHFE.
Hall of Harmony Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Honolclc. June 11, I8M.
At a retrular meeting be Id bv tbe membeia of HAR
MONY LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. k'., on the above data it
was unanimously agreed to adopt the following resolu
Wbkkcas. it lias pleased a Kind Providence to take
from our midst our worthy and beloved IJrotlier T. A.
Dcdoit who departed this life on flundav evening. Jane
3, 1883, after a lingering illness.
Resolved, Tbat it is but a just tribute to the niemorr of
our late Brother to say that in regretting bia removal frotu
our midst we tunuro for one who su in everv hit wort).
of our regard and eateein, and as a member of our Ordar j
bin companionxhip was ever dear and whom? endeavors
were at all times exerted for ita welfare and prosperity.
Keaolved, Tbat we tincerelv coudole with the widow
and family of our deceased Brother, in this their hour of
trial aud affliction : and we would commend tu-in for con
solation to Ulm wbone cbasriHetnenls aie nii aiit in mercy,
aud who doetb all things fur tbe best
Kesolved, Tbat thU testiinouial of our in sittelt vn.i..
thy and sorrow be recorded on our minute, and thut a
copy be forwarded to tha widow aud family of our de
ceased Brother; and tbat tba same be published in th
J. K. WISEMAN,
I.. ('. AHK1.S.
jaulCltw. ilATTHLW CAN A VAN.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
AKK HRKH t KRI TO FURNISH r.4 N
an I Evtmate for Steel Portahie Trem wsyn, with or
without cars or locomotives, specially adapu-d lor Sugr
Plantation. I'ermani-nt Railway, with locomotives ni irs,
Traction Kneioea and Road Locomotives, Sim Pluughios:
and Cultivating M&chinrry, Portable fleam Eng'im- fur all
purpors. Winding Engines for InclinM.
Catalogues, with illnitratlons. Models and Photographs el
the above Plant and Machinery may be seen at the offirrs of
W. I.. GREEN and
O. W. MACFARLANE 4, CO.,
augioil Agents fcr John Fowler Co.
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO.,
s Ii 1 p p 1 11 k iiikI CommlNNlofl
M K R O TI A N T .
118 Ckniubera Street.
Keferenc Castle 4i Cooke and J.
Dl'RINU MY ABSENCE MR. TAM YAM V EE WILL
act under Power of Attorney in managing and con
ducting the business of tbe Klriu of Ing Choir, aler
chants, Honolulu. INii C HONQ
Dated June 11, 18ai. Manager.
I THE INbERMQXKD HAVE ON JLNK Utu 183
Bought out the right title and interest of Ahuna in
bis Coffee Saloon aud Kentaurant at Wailuku, also lea&e
thereof Buildings, k uruiture and eU-., and will not be re.
sponsible for auy debt of bis contracting.
Hojiot-CLC, June II. 1383. TONO ?INO.
WILLIAMS. DIM0ND & CO..
Shipping V ( oin ml w ion Merchant,
'. 2S t'llloruiia Street,
'"b.- i SAN rKANCICO.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
J 1i.M.MISItiV MERCHA NTS nud WOOL.
M'Wu... babk of Montreal.
at' l Cash advances on Con.iguu.eni
Hawaiian Ferns .r .
Land and Sea Mosses,
From all of these Islands.
1)ERSONS WILLINu TO COLLECT AND PBE.SS
tha above can dispose of good specimen in cnti-'
ties at a iair price.
A.dires M. A. C. Advertiser Otic, Honolulu
(Successor to M. J. Hose.)
No. 7a, 77, 79 and Si Klug St.,
1IONO U .U.
Ib' iimva nriu. hiunt tmrr
the Slock and Good-will i f tl.s Mrll-kuowu tiualuea of
the late M. J. K.wf, "U-iKtiug of
, ., l,,v,,
aTI lilge MlO,
..s-, - . w.i
l'iiint Slioji und
Trim tiling Shop,
Are uuw prepared to receive or. Ins lir wnik or maierlal
Iu any of thsauo lirsncbes.
Jta, fcc, ie., &c, te., Ac, tc,
; Mads to order, in tb most workmaulike luanuer, at abort
I notice, aud on the most fjvornbls terms.
: Blacksmithing in all its Barnches,
I Carriage Work,
j House Work,
Artesian Well Work,
Or Machinery Forging.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
We employ none lint tbe iuubI skillful MerliSMics,
aud our Mm lei l.il a . .
Orders from the other Inlands r-Hie-tfulljr solicited.
All work and msterUl suaisuteeil.
Flvase iive us a call bi lore j.uiclianiiig or Contracting
All Orders directed to ltux ill.
Attention Clvon to Repair Work.
WHITMAN & WRICH-
air7 wtf. . .
NEW DRUG STORE;
PALiy'H k THATCHER
AN1 DL A 1.1 I'd .s
Toilft Arf Irloa n.l
Uo. 113, Fort Stcet.
Particular attention paid to
Our store is kei.t open evening",
and a competent Pharmacist it iu at'
tendance during portions of S'inday,
so that persons needing Medicine- oil
that day can bo accommodated. L
ONCE MiE TO THE FRONT !
ve cairy tne largest assortment of
TOILET AKTlCLKS-i the Kin PaDB
Our nricea arn '2.ri t.m ni lnue "
vi VVts SWVVVs
than any other store in tow
Our delicious AHCTIC, SOPA
W have a full line ol SPKC'Ti
CLES and EYE GLASSES,
A large stock of PIIOTOGR
Ordera from the
binppen without deluy.
All our Goods
c.v curerui attention, and f '.C.A H.U,
are Nil', ING, June
We manufacture SODA
S AliSA lA RTLLA and
ALE, and have the
ba bad at Messr. Lycaa
tnout extra rbarge '
GENUINE EASTERN CIlTXuc
'a at 10.
We deliver our Goods to tf,
wt mo iirv. ami aim' lu llic.. tr
Our Telephone? Number is
Soliciting the Public Patrouage, w
are Very Respectfully, - - 1
Van 1 w
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tilleniso, utm to Bar
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