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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 23, 1883.
them coo! ce, oa Kamehameba Day.
liihinflaoa MondiylMt, the 1Mb inhL. in
pon'c'r of Karuchameha Day," were Try well
anJJ. the ticket takers MationeJ on tbe long
bridge reporting nating Uken up something
. thenar..! ticket frcm TUltors. The day
mti rery fine one, and by 10 o'clock tL Lour
Ud for k race to lSn tl grand tnJ,
tSlt a the other prirate tanl.. were well
& And a lar uamlr of canine were
awn op along tl fence.
' Th. first eeut of the day. the tc-dle race,
,'ium mile dah, fw 4-fot hurdle. tre to nil
jf -fetch weights, ? rall.l i.tW-I't 1. and
i 'tras conte.te.3 t -r ti" J. F; Celhiiro'. .-'ranger,
"iu,d Mawai.a'i. Ztnkaiwa, Uat named
hvra 'oaring the pol. The horse got off well
togKher, and took th hurdles in fine style
ritranger recovering himself a little the quickest
iter each leap, and finally winning the heat,
race and purse of $75,000, making the mile
In 29?, Kaukaiwa coming in close behind.
Af ter a short delay to allow the hurdle to be
removed the aecond race waa run for the Leahi
Cop, port 23.PO. This waa a mule race, one
mil dauh, free for all, catch weights, a.i.J wn
contested for by Miles Bros." Sancho, C. Mauu's
Nigger and Jim Crow. Ehukai, the firat named
Laving th. pole and the last the outtide. Aft-r
a couple of false atarts the mule got off and
kept pretty well together. At the first quarur
Nigger took the lead, which he kept throughout
v winnits in 2:11V.
Tl. Iums for the Queen'a Cup, purse $150 ;
one mile heaW, best 2 in 3 ; free to all, w a
looked forward to with' much interest, a the
v ntrd were well known, and it was ex
pected that the time record would be inUresting
to all. The horaea came to the ground at the
Up of the bell, and were placed in the following
'..i., mmmiuiDZ with the pole: W. II. Corn-
weu.' General Garfield, T. B. Walker's Sallie
T3i.,v m Bros C. II. Langford, Jr., ana o.
B. Holt, Jr.'s General Hancock. Patrol judges
' were aUtioned at the quarter, ball and tnree
J quarter poles to guard against - jockeying "
i .o-, or two trials. Captain Ualey, the
Starter, Bent the horses off well together, Lang-
ford Jr. having the best ol tne aiarx. fcu.n
after leaving the start Langford, Jr. ptA
of the rest, and took the he kept in
apiie oi iue ruui
jetting off together sped around the track in
good style. They found the sand rather too
yielding, though, and Mr. Cant won the race in
B07. Mr. Stockley coming in latr.
For the Amateur Cup $50, a trotting race,
milt LeaU. bet two in three, to harness, owners
tnririve. Mr. NV. 11. Cornwell drove Dick, and
8. D. Shaw Hero. Tol.y and Thomas II being
withdrawn. ThU race was called alter tbe tnira
heat in the eighth (running) race, and the first
beat w d.-cii -d by Lack's pawing under tne
wire aheud of tKio. in 3:1G. After the final bent
in the I'.retocitv Cap race the decisive heat of
this m.-e r..ut-J. resulting iu a victory for
Dick, he rouk.UK th mile in 314J',. wun uruiy
.l-in nil r'nu UiV tl'HJid.
TL Uai race of th Jay. the lunaiiio riaie,
puxne $7'., running race, mile dash, open to
all hordes bred in the Kingdom lual naa nev.r
run at Kapiolani Park, was competed for by W.
H. Cornwell's Creeper and C. aiaclwiane s war-
. i . y.u rrwtur in
ing. iue neat ana ra-e " -w. j r
2-03, Daring being close behind.
It .a o'clock when this last race w uu-
ished, and the greased pole was not tried. His
Majesty the King. witU members ox iu. f,
.......,!-,.. of Lis Cabinet, and other Govern-
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uieLt officials, we present during th. day, ud
heartily enjoyed the sports of the day. There
b about 2U00 persons gathered to see the fun,
and the whole day passed off without the
The jud3, Messrs. C. E. Williams. Cecil
Brown and W. R. bachanau, performed their
duties in a very satisfactory manner, as did
Cai.tiu Haley, the starter. Mr. C B. Wilson,
clerk of the course, and Mr. James Dodd, in
charged the saddling paddock. The two time
Veepers. Messr. F. L- Clarke and WWeuner
asked to have an assistant time keeper appointed
(in conformity with the roles under which the
rac were run), and Mr. tran rnggu
great cables that euetain the weight of the cen
tral span paseiDg over the towers are nearly 16
feet thick, the anchorages being 930 feet inland.
The distance between tbe towers is 1.595$ feet,
and the height of the graduate! road a ay at the
centre is 125 fact. The total auepended weight
is C.liO tone and the ftrengtb of each 12.200
tons. Fourteen years ol labor and $ 1 5 ,000 .000
ol money went to the completion or the Mruc
ture, and the tile ol one engineer aud all ite
health aud vigor of another. These Koetlin,
father and son by whoee skill and brains and
courage the bridge tote been planned and fiuinhed
are wonderfully interesting figures, und the uc
ceos of their work makes all the world want to
know about them. It ijuet to New England to
say that the first faint streaks of tbe dawn of the
bridge project is found chronicled in the Lowell.
Massachusetts Mercury of Nov. 14, 132.. It
reads as follows : ' A project has been set on
foot in New York to unite that city with Long
Island by tbe erection of a bridge across the
East River to Brooklyn." But the Roeblings
of Trenton, New Jersey were the only engineers
in America who bad a practical knowledge of
the suspension system of bridging, therefore
not unnaturally when the charter lor the biide
was obtained he drew tbe first plans and made
the first surveys. The cost of the bridge was
then limited to $8,000,000, one third to be lur
nished by New York and two-thirds by Brook
lyn because Brooklyn' was supposed to be the
greater gain. When the elder Hoebiing had j
been chief engineer of the bridge lor iwo tears, i
he was standing one day on a string piece o'j,';,,
dock fixing a location for the Brooklv'.'-
wlien a ferrv-boat. entering the
fenders againsujf-TTTl f N JJ ! "! '
d ifl- " "-and trushei
. . . . T . I 'ery greni engineer oui ne
bad pingula - 1 J "
. ilOJi tower.
lied nis toot.
Mr. Wiseman, the Secretary, was ' nts Mltel and placed hta foot under a faucet
ubiguous, and the whole conduci oi iue - s j running water cold
amusement was excellent.
pet ahead. Close in, on
Jtf rae ' other horses to
the home stretch. Gar
field ranged up AiAi.'e Langford, and the two
horses P-j r tte Btring as cUse together
aa they linnt actually fouling,
2?oS " dead heat, " the time being 1.47?;.
San Francisco Letter.
LT a San Francisco, June 1,
For the past month the world hai reauy
exerted iwelf to be entertaining and has succeed
ed to a charm. I has been full of denouements, as ,
it were, the special commission appointed to try
the Fenians who mutiercd Sir Frederick Caven-
dist. and Mr. Burke in Phoenix Parlt nas con-
became ovrchilled and
died of lockjaw in a fortnight His son. Colonel
Washington A. Roebling, who had superintended
tbe construction of the bridge over the Ohio at
Cincinnati, succeeded him as chiel engioeer and
is tbe builder of tbe whole work from founda
tion to flagstaff. The soundings had already in
dicated difficulty in securing fouudations for the
great piers of the bridge and Colonel Roeblinn
went to England, France and Germany to collect
the latest scientific information on pneumatic
foundations. lie studied in Europe a year, re
GV5 " . . itu am Black
tjneral HaucocK iouowiug -
"close behind. A protest waa entered against the
manner of ridmg by Word's jockey, but was
thrown of by the judges they warning a.l the
riders that they must " nae u..
victed every wan engaged in that affair except ( turned y America in 1869 and at once turned all
the two informers, and also a Dana oi corwpir . en tuward the completion of the bridge
for which his father's death had left him in a
-1 . i . I . mi In nt in Oiiblin
tors. The sympamy oi
- ;.k ,h imdemned murderers makes the outlook
lor Carey the informer, who has got a pardon,
not exactly rose-colored The snake of rebellion
in Ireland and the Irish people is omy
not killed one would judge trom tne aense-crono.-
scond heat was called at noon, and was worn by I bered about Kllmainham jail in Dublin
v.,.i Jr . in 1.49JI; Garfield and Sallie f , nd Daniel Carley,
Tt.-tWn distanced. As in all the races,
tha horses were allowed 20 minutes and then
called up lor the third heat. It was then an
nounced that General Garfield had broken two
of his shoe plates and was withdrawn. This lett
th. contest to b decided between Langford, Jr.,
and Sallie Black. The heat was well contested
Langford Jr. winning it and the race m l.4,,
it- Tit . AL aawi ;-na in two lencths behind.
Sauie Ciaca. -o""-B -
two of the Pfocnix Park as,aiins, and fell upon
their knees at the hoifting of the black. Hag wan
ing and praying for the repose of the hanged
' Carle- was the the leader and
,oeecb-maker of the Irish Invincibles but the
. . I . mAl at
manner resDonsible. His greatest anxietv was
about tbe sinking of the caissons for the great
towers. These caissons are huze wooden divine-
bells on which the solid walls of maeonrv were !
i laid whose weight gradually sunk the caisaon to I
its resting place where the foundation was to i
be laid on the level prepared for it
by men inside tbe great box, who with
the aid of machinery hauled up stone and earth
till the final rest was in order. Col. Roebling
was at the work going on under water day aud
ker of the Irish Invincibles bul l tne j hl and ODe afternoou wa. brought'up out of
crowd was qreater and apparently more uio.v. - j cai(jBon aluiot iD8eneible. The
. f RraH thoueh no hostile aemou- .......
me mkuiwu j o
stration was attempted. At his mottier . .asi
visit to Brady she aaid to him. " mind, Joe. no
statement," and Brady maue none
At the conclusion of this race, time was Governor of the prison and
called for refreshments, and the next half hour jail chapta
wa3 devoted to
which were provided on a very " .. .. nA rtr r,.T his countrt and to predict
tne iorevmui -
of the Racing Committee, sat down to a very sat
UfaTtory lunch to which they did ample uce
.n.. tn,.nnthe race for the King's Cup,
pars- $150. was called. This was a trotting race
r .v. aa frA to all .
r the Maccabees and the Grac-
inaioi hk uuiu" .f
chi-Uannab. Cornelia and Mrs. Brady! Mean
time the dear good Pope has caet his
r.i. on Ireland and thinks there
m tr, hl. there and has put pen to paper
Pauh;:t,besV3n5to harness ; free to all; u trou'ble tbere and has put pen to pape
rd w s cooted for by Jas. Dodd's Thomas ,u manner and issued a c.cula
l7cantCluney' Toby; the former having the ,rUh BiaDop9 condemning the Parne l
H and Capt Cluney a aouj, 7 - I to xne w'J"-r-
Seole Capt. Cluney forced the running a anJ iog moderation. 4W.l.lwefr1Jlwr-
the pole. -.- J .usance and .... . . . K save Leo. "hi follow-
h atart Toby nreajun " - 1 j-arneii uuj"- j - . ,
tnestaxi, ao j Krnnchout the 1 orenW against
era nave ui -"r .. .
..f the Pope's letter to Cardinal Mc-
aire aia- a
Cabe and the instruction, sent to the Bisnop.
While it is lawful for the Irish to seek redress
for their grievance- and collections to relieve d,
,re are permitted, subscriptions to inflame
popular passion, are condemned and the clergy
Inust bold themselves alool froui such subscnp-
. a j ? .nx u r aroused oV
tions when batrea ana uW" -
tnestarx Aorr:r7-- tbrougbout the
taung h- TLouia9 n dose
heat winning m -.00 ,t wnu
to MnT In the second heat the victory remained
wi Thomas II. he passing under the wire in
T5o Pending the calUng up of the horses for
. Uiixd heat, the footpace of 200 yards-f 20
o the winner, SlO.to the second, was run by
Messrs Spencer and Kaikana. Spencer winning
lZ:"r for the King's Cup was then resume . on. w ue
third wMrDJ ..I, andre is announced against mur-
2.48!;. The fourth W""-jutancel and der and when it is asserted that the measure o.
Ls. in 2.535. Tob W,g d e tnoti.i,. i- in proportion ,0 the auio-n
Thomas II was declared the " 1 Uen or refuscd, io o.der to mtim.date
T1-.J5PS e peopi8 In the.e crcumsunce. the col.ect-
S10O, on. mile "7 "as run by J. WJ called the "Parnell Testimonial Fund" can
having a better record than 1.57 liy this Sacred Congregation.
A. cummins' Te ephon (at he ) not J .f Dnot tolerat d tbat an,
KTMTcV:u The'uc. was eccleSia,tic. much le.s a bishop should take an,
t7 Cornwell s Creeper ou .....mUmr or promoting it.
, , ., .t beinK won oy a 1 part wnaiever iu ,
while I 111. 1 , i,-hreeze this billet-doux created
in 1.49. Telephone teing
fiener was almost distanced.
LO..H-. Juam. f'' bot liu w
iiirv at Borne, iir. rjii"B-i 1 .
J . r . r unto Lon'ford as no mill was making were needed lor tbe bridge
lie. roemtr lor coumy o renresentatives of the mills dirin to bu
. 1 . j A.Atsl in
And. OU! the breeze this m.iet-uouA -
England, Ireland and America. I he pKr lioiy
. f..r hiioe severe criticism. Ol
r til tier cuius . . ,
cour. the pUiot. was regarded a- r, triumph of
..iL.ua.-v at Rome. Mr. Errmgtoo. an
a- 1 L 4 el. .1 if mfM
ftngiw" r f. 1nh, the
1 tn.n to the House 01 t-u'" -
;1 nle1:, H.e Pop.". and who has
Len aciingfor the Pat -ass n-
..fficial cmi-ary of the Brtt.sn .. -
ie Vatican, is credited w.tn naviug .v..
about the Pop.". -cu.ar ty
... .... misinformation. Ihe churcn
continued exposure had shattered his health, that
night be was expected to die. lie rallied how
ever, and against his physician's advice went
back to his work about which he had not ceased
to rave during his illness, fie was to weak
to work under water any more, but he super
intended operations untiringly. He had a long
strain of anxiety upon him after the sinking of
the New Yojk caisson which was found to rest on
a bed of boiling quicksand above an irregular
ledge of rock varying in thickness. To level it
would have cost hundreds of lives, auolher hall
million of money and a year's time.- Col. Roe
bling took the bold step of stopping within a
lew feet of the bed rock and leaving an mterveu-
ing cushion ol sand to distribute the prepares. I
He lea red an uneven settling of the New York !
tower, but nothintr oi the kind has occurred. He
became more ill, was obliged to keep his room
and occupied himself with drawing and writing
always lor the bridge. In bis weuk state ol
health this application ruined his eyes and his
nerves. He was obliged to leave the scene of la
bor and 120 abroad. leaving instructions in each
department with special corps of engineers who
never deviated from his plans. He is called
paralytic, but his illness is not pnralisis. His
wind is vigorous and he has lull control of every
part of his body and can walk about the
house, but be can only talk or listen for a
very short time. Mental fatigue prostrates him.
His house is on a hirh rid ire. und at the window
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of the top story of the extene ion ol his house, he
has bad his easy chair placed where he commands
a view of nearly the whole structure ol his bridge.
His skk-rooiu has been lor ten years the head
quarters of the corps of engineers. He was uot
able to attend the opening, but only viewed the
procession from this window. A pretty story is
told of Mrs. Roebling's proficiency in the prao
tiscea of her husband s profession, how when
some new pattern- ol teel n.d iron work such
and representatives of the units desiring to bid
for the work went to New 101k to consult with
Col. Roebling, Madame grcuily surprised thein
by joining the group and by urr knowledge of
engineering she helped theiu vtiih tt eir patterns
and cleared away their difficulties.
The actual opening of the bridge was made a
pula dae in both cities, there were cannon
'abltwe u him wVen Triumph led the
.pare between i""- Q.y j,B
B.der the wire winntng th. -
.1.1 V.,t,ct BPCOnJ. iiome . -
-tral. tor the Reciprocity Cup, pu.
strugv' . rtinuine
r luiswaa -
was an . free to all Hawaiian
best 2 in 3 mile heats , tree
THora were mree
horses. Ther R IloU
C.raiDO 9 t ool .
Jr Venus in the miam.
Stanford Colt being outside.
Poni Moi won the .!
otd Colt being a a?
.but out. The secouu oat) the
aBd Stanford Colt, was - SUB.
ford Colt winning by lea th
l.B3. Tnl3,eIl.';;e:aBJ Stanford Colt
horse having one aB , aa
carried it off (and with it the race) in l.o-x .
ittZTafoMhe Grar's Plate, purse 125.
rPHrsJaTrI); C. Macfarlane,
tlol'e SiT "Whitman, Flora .second .lace,;
Moh.e,S.M. (ou tbeont.
andJ. - ... . .;,i..in. and two
Of these iiouie w.-. '
ice in Ireland, auu 1
. mat. salutes. Meuuier whistles and much applause, the
of Parnetl being a Protestant p President of tl.e United States and his Cabinet,
r 1 1 Inhull. LOUllUlim " ! ....
lera 1 tie l ore
lei.- . , 1 nmif.fl
pa9Sed a res..lati... deep , j ep . ere slaff and Representatives, the Mayors
,.fcpn bv the acre.i Congregation, nut , I , .. , :niim-hl- wd. There
. ubn on the toiiMinea r ' -
,8 likely to be that ol tne sea - -
Ub ordinate., .he people wUl " J
in this case Peter's pence, the world s tribute to
,n this cae 1 r Th Alnerican-
thesui-port ol the fapal
. lP ,r. aa loudlv s anybody, while
U' r- put on the American dynamite
anoddaepecii 1 ., riimr that
excitement by the very
.r T... and Peter J-
.. Number One of the Irish conspiracy c-.es, are
the Governor of the State of New York and his
was a araver by Bishop Littlejohn, and then
Willisui C Kinealev. actinir President oi the
Board ..I trustees, formerly presented ihe bridge
. . ,,1 Vi YorL- nnil Hrooklvn. ihe
resiective Mayors made a epeech of acceptance.
In the evening the bridge was illuwinated, and
. I . J . I . .i.- Tlio fir iii RH
rumor that I aiiracieu eeu cicuici lu.wup,.
Tvnan, the formally opened to the public at midnight, and ai
waa t.-Y tate accouu ui
Afni British pies come over to ia Meached his toll of one cent was a newspaper man
Ml .... ...nd in America fhey have preached
3 in the morn'm ten thousaud persons had crossed
It is needless to observe that the hrst man to pay
matter, stanu ... - , ,
dynamite doctrine late ani ear.,
' DP namite. b, the way, was like to have p a ed
aa impo' in the eeCnd- Tthe BrtkUn
month .itncsed. the ojcnmg of the B roukljn
-ii- .iit nineerin leai, a.
Rridire. tne worw ...
ft c,i-e.i. for the Commissioner, by chance h.
,.... the " 24 of Ma, for the opening, and that
.picious da, is. as every body knows. 1 er
' v;,.,...ia-s birthday, and the lush
Jw Wk and Brooklyn threatened death,
destruction and dynamite it tins oo.ou-
. ... r.rosecuted. ine
to them and wie.r i r -
ts were entered again.-t r- l fa d:Sater on it on the 30. of
orotests were ru The I r.wi.il r,
.,nc run last year as j . .. r....i I . . . ....... i.d this the
t,ianuonuceaia .j , ....!
7ht to run, and call for proo
,s of his leing j j
run. uiu . 1 "
' , , v.ft -ivinii the purse, to the . ,
over two yeaw.-r- : ere started at the ,
wiDning horse. u
J bt Mr. Frank Brown. F.jual
assisted ty a sppr
ia ahead iu isi.
' --ht4 came
cime next - a one-mile dash
-r. Cant and Stockh-y
-r steeds, and
the 30, of
B- a puui.hment inflicted by 1 rov
lor the unble-sed coincidence. The
wondertul bridge spans hast U.ver .u .
Broklyu and -New lora,
v . .-U Kivi 11 n 1 ft O.I
mci to it m wv6 .
-.,.. . -...i i Brooklyn at the corner ot
i;UltllBLU U-.ti-- . . -
S.ds and Washington, it han between two
t,ate stone lower. 272 feet high .nd the roadway
leet l lgh abvve bigb water mara-
Fisher of th Herald Let his name live with Mrs.
Brady's Col. Roebling's house was decked with
floweie ai.d bunting, and many people wish the
bridge called " The Roebling," and rioce New
Yolk aud Brooklyn are now. or w.U so u be,
practically one city a new name for that is also
discussed, and a witty B: okijn pancr finds it
excellent that New York shall henceforth be
known as Veet Brooklyn. So all wus j y and
gladness till the 30th when at half-past lour in
the alteruoon, ti.e bridge being crowded to its
utmost capacity, a strugle for room and a pnic
began and men. women and children were traui
r.hd in death, about fourteeu people in all. As
the crowd approached the fteht ol steps that leads
. . .. .
down from the bridge at the JNew lorK end, me
loremost passengers drew back a little in order
not to be precipitated by the pieceure of the
advancing mas. The mass however continued
t.. ..trance and the shout of stand back ! was
raised, the eople ut the' Head ol the tepa begin
to be taken with a horror of going down thougn
the height is oolydive or six feet, they locked
arm to rcist and of course were burled over and
the terrible scene of an uunderstood struggle
and excitement took place. There were no police
and no meaos of telegraphing along the li oe back
to Brooklyn and the consequence were inevitable.
Much more int-piriting is the spectacle of the
Cur's coronation which passed off without so
much as the explosion of a firecracker but
on the contrary to the accompaniment of much
loyal cheering. The 27th of May.it fell on
Sunday, was the great coronation day when Alex
ander ill of the house of Romanoff became
crowned Czar ol all the Rustias and due possessor
of the forty-three accompanying imperial titles.
The great event took place at Mdscow. Pre
vious! v, on the 24th Brooklyn Bridge day the
coronation proclamation waa read, and tbe pre
liminary ceremonies of blessing the imperial ban
ner, was performed in the Kremlin. It was duly
noted that the Emperor and Empress drove from
the palace to the Kremlin without an escort. The
1. .1 press was the only lady present at the beoe-
d.-uon of the flag. The coronation was also
celebrated at St. Petersburg by special services
in all ihe churches, a parade of troops and illu
mination ol the city, while perfect older pre
vailed. Tbe illumination in Moscow was magni
ficent, the city seeming one mas of variegated
fires. The Czar did one or two popular things
like releasing the Polish political prisoners and
granting a pension to the lamily ol M. MaMStru
President of the Societing ..f Regulai"
w' 11 ..:... ..I P.i.via.. Iirj ul.
oouia. tuiiuiuuii ui i.u. iiuii Vw7. j - 11m-
mitted suicide a lew veck'u.f-""rod9 Under
the windows of t"Jreiu,in 'cheer heiirtilv for
ituiwn Ida but how long will it laot ?
A proper amount ol peucatiou has been ex
perienced over the anions and fate of our Gene
ral Crook. Time a an Apache outbreak and
General Crook s .-eiit to subdue the Indians.
Some time ago it was arranged be
tween the Government of the United
and thai ol Mexico that in case hostile In
dians crowed the boundary the pursuing whites
might follow them into the neighboring state if
it was on a hot trail. When the hostile Apaches
committed their murders and depredations they
..it. I: ttl.elter 011 the Mexican frontier and three
weeks elapsed alter the last Indian ileft Arizona
when General Crook organized an expedition to
follow them into Mexico and put an end to them
He received an order from Washington bidding
him stop, but he at once telegraphed back that
bis obiect in entering Mexico was to arrange for
co-oDeration with the Mexican Government
against the savages, and that he would do noth
ing in violation of the treaty. With which as
surance he pluueed over the border. At first it
r a u
was talked of whether this little jaunt would not
wind up with a court martial at Washington,
but now the interest is much more concentrated
in whether we shall get back our great Indian
fighter alive There are contradictory rumors of
engagements afloat, Crook is in a country utterly
out off from communication with civilization.
He has met tbe enemy and they are his, or he is
theirs, which? Indian scouts cannot ne trusieu
The murder of two Mexicans was magnified into
a battle, and the Chicago Tribune in very des
peration has fitted out a icout who is to explore
till be finds out something definite and then let
the world know. All the army men, Drum,
Schofield, and Grant have perfect faith
in Crook, eay that his scouts know
the countrv perfectly well and that he
would not needlessly endanger the lives of bis
men. As for the treaVy, every one secretly tninits
that if an, one can be found who will undertake
to nut down the only Indian race that has never
been subdued, that general should be encouraged
in so ood a work, and neither let nor mndereu
Sao Francisco rejoices at present iu the presence
at its theatres of Lawrence Barrett and Madame
Modieoka. The latter brought with her Bill,
Muldoun. an athlete formerly a New York
policeman to take the part of Charles the
Wrestler in" As You Like It." He also took
.iirt in a genuine wrestling match with a Scotch
1 . . ..
! tfiant. Donald Dinnie alternate rounus 01 oreuo-
P, ..11:111 wrestling and Scotch hold, and worsted
I - o
I the poor old Scotch utterly, which feat was wit
! nessed bv all Sah Francisco w'lth huge enthusiasm.
' Yet we are not wholly given up to the sports of
I Mammon. Theodore Thomas, tne great orcnesira
leader, opens here on the 7th. with men singers
and women singers galore, and we shall have a
ii.vhI of five evening and two afternoon
.ticerts. Also the special commission, ap
pointed by the Secretary of the Treasury lor the
purpose of investigating the charges of fraudulent
entry otsut-ar into San Francisco from the Ha
waiian Inlands, has arrived and is presumably
hrd at work. There are Ex-Congressmen O.
L Snauldinii. of Michigan, chairman ; Special
Am ui the Treasury, B. K. Tingle ; and J. E.
Searles jo.... a member of Ilavermayer's Sugar
Refinery Company of New Xork.
The clever uettin over ol the lack of an ex
tradition treaty with Colombia in the case of
Kerr the absconder has doubtless already claimed
tour notice. The United States steamer Essex
- ... , 1 1 . . U
left Callao the 5th ol May lor uonoiuiu,
Ur recently anested at Lima on board. At
H..luh. he was to be transferred to a Pacific
Mail steamer, which would carry him to San
Francisco, and thus the necessity ot crossing tue
l-l, 1,111s wus manifestly obviated.
The very latest phase of the sparring craze
r..inj ail over both this country and r-ng
was a set-to with bare knuckles between
.... i .r,ri l .r.i f!harlta Beresford. The
(JL'Ul .MOV..O o.i'. .
.oi,...-B..h eicitedlv announced to the world the
next day that his lordship knocked Mace out,
and that the Prince of Wales was an approving
-nw.iat.ir of the set-to. What is agitating the
ruiTllistuj fraternity ot this country now is, how
m,wh will an Eniilieh lord pay a prize fighter 10
allow himself to be knocked out of time? Some
of your readers will remember Ljrd Beieslord as
the lieutenant who visaed Honolulu ou an to
i;.k ..r.- .f-wur. about 15 years ago. and got
nrrane bv tearing down the sign over the
merican Commissioner s office I believe some
! o' your people raised a row that resulted in an
order iroin the Admiral to tieresiora w .erav.c
the sign, publicly, which the festive youth did,
being photographed the while Dy some u.t.
Th rh.r.mc.ie of this city has announcrd mat
a new illustrated weekly with imported artists.
writers, peddlers, etc., is about to ne started
here. It is understood thai this a scheme of the
Chsomcle's to run an opposition to the Wasp on
account of the Wasps independent auvocacy o.
Hawaiian interests Ihe Chronicle can make no
headway against the Wasp in treaty and other
matters, and so wilt call in the aid of an opposi
tion Eistern sugar illustrated snap.
m PDLSOH ETEB.
A V I Mi SECV i: El"
"I'tn-se IsUa.l t"T lb'
TDK Ml V Mil Sy Y ON"
MOST I'sEFUL AND ECONOMICAL
Automatic Water-raising Machine,
We would respectfully .all the tt"ii:K.u of
Planters, Stock Raisers, Dairymen,
To e few of the Jvut' tUal the
air?tAI Bill O f RH tfi curei
Posev? over cturr Bi
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.i'E OF AN OHP
, tbe Honorable IV-'
-Ife in Probatf, on !
-inderit:md will -'
office ol 1). H
! Hawaii, "
-Jt tention to Fore-
f onn-ni nV rtAt.K CON-.
rlaiit .ufcUe by MlUal(wl,
l.i . .t.ti Juiif !ih. IMO.
cc ITS iu lUi' llawauau WifUtry
. 0r ,i.-rtv t.i 1 m'.M 1m Mtunt hI at Waifcikt,
j TVT,-, Q ie"-iilil iu Koyal t'ateut So. 3174,
. . I AAiUlllr ,,..1 lor. ..... 1,-l. ..1 . n K Ri. ke
4. . .1 i.i Ui..krtffU Inteuds
. rv:e lorc.iulitit.ua brokcu. audupoa
iil well the MoHjidfJ property at fub
ibi' calm-riHin. of K. 1. Adama ou SatarUajr,
t:.'i. E-4-j: at li M- of aid ilar.
.i. rtv M be -,ld 1m Mtunt hJ at Waiiiki. Inlautl of
7 . . .. ....... ......itii
.irti nuu.'. ...... -'..us- - '
.mrtLor pufSicuUm eau be lia.l ol ft. F. Bii kertoa.
juna in. M
Fort'" ' sisple.
U to let
Urkiug as it does without u,
- AltTi?AW WEIA -tXi-, aii se,
'? V I'
ou the Stea
IT tlX BE Pl.lt ED IVYVtUF.KE,
Uccupyiug a it doen but 9 by 7 luoues fr tbe ioal!;-l
aize. and 5i by 45 .ucues for tbe lai-t.
TlIEliE ABE ia SiZfS,
WbicU Will deliver troui 8 g&iloua per mmuti, TO i.laO
uALlO.NS PER iilN'CTE
IT MILL DISliltKt.E
EXTRA flKfY sKWAUE WA1W, smjijii-iu
ilOI.AdShd, jtt;iJ, CHEMICALS LIABLE TO
CitYSTALIZK, aud froui 25 IO 15
Per Cent of MUI, GRAVEL,
' 3AS1, Etc. Etc.
11 Xl.VEU GETS KISTV UEUiVnf U,
And it cau be worked on low lift with EXHAUSi STEAM .
IT 1 1I0DEIUTE IS PBICK,
And all the parts liable to wear are ea-.ly got at, aud cau
always be replaced from tbe Agency at shor. notice.
tor farther particular please address
11. a. cit v niii:.
Solo Agents, Honolulu.
VncleSam. Medallion. Kichmond. Tip Top. Palace. Flora, Mav Couteat. f;, Sior.
Oper. Dcrbv, Wren. Dolly, t.ypy. Queen, Tany A Army Kangt-s. Magna hart a. "u"' ou
M.iPt, Osceola. Aln.cda. Eclipse. Charter Oak, Nimble. I. .wood A "'J.'UjTSd A Plata.
U;,lvaui7t'd lion A Copper Boilers for Ranges. O.alnte Iron Ware, Nickel Plated riaia.
Galvanised Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid
on at lowest Rates ; Cast fc 2-ead Soil !Fipe.
ouse Furnisliing Goods !
RUBBER HOSE A-ZX SIZES and GRADES
.. .1 ; ... 1 r...... il.o ."".iTiiu-r. Sheet Lead.
Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
BROGLIE & SPEAR,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
KG LBtVBTO INFORM THU PUBLIC CklNERALLV THAT THKIR STOCK OV
Holiday Goods is Complete-
COLD AMD SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINGS, EAR RINGS, c,A
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES, SCARF PINS,
KIAtfr Iimu3i si-s-i-w- w
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocks.
VK WUUI.U ALSO MTATK THAT WIS M A SV F A CT I' It K AUU KINDS OF
Gold. Klulxui, Shell and other Jewelry t
Watches Repaired ly Competent Workmen.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speciality Made in Kiigrsivinff f H kinds
MONOGRAMS, MODELS, LOCKETS, &c.
mf ORDKBS tKOM TIIK OTIIKK hl,M XVIII. KKCKIVK OUK PROMPT
EVeryTArticle Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
Opioiir DilliuiiliMni ' $i C.
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1. T NK I"
BROWN & PHILLIPS
PLUMBERS. G A S r i 1 i L it 15
To the Proprietoi-s of Sugar Mills.
. .rm POR F1KST CLASS AR113ANS
ina Perforated Hot A.r t""" i.,?W Professor
a-cordins to tie designs 01 u . at tbe Anjso.
Penney, fjruierly P1? 0 protecting all parties from
nlan I niveraity, 1se7'-;" s Qr Rovalt.es wbirn
any .ru.gin.ry Patent ;ku:euUdt9 results
iiupa.r tne Boliduy c f tb e t (Tum ,he rollers,
obtained trom burning tbe met " ine of fuel, labor.
effecting paramount ouje, " "
drying beds. tramways, wagons, et .
' 174 Queen Street
apr7 y.uw. . .
S3T Geuts Complete Bain Suit, $7.50 at
CHA9. J- Fl-HEL'3 POPCLAU STOFt. jyZ
3 XT Hi SV. - rvi '
Nj. 71 ri.i. .ueel, ii -iio.J.n
Iloue and Ship Job Work
BathTuba,Water Cloaets i Waah-Boh
4 I.WATS ' u.
Particular attention pa.d to tbe ti.tiug up of tb.
i,.crfiia Gas Machines !
G . lNG- LING- &z CO.,
5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
MRS. VV. Vv". HENRY, Mauaf;e..
1 i v rv des. ril.ti..u. !.. iu! Huaht.. Btion
B.xV, e,:Yf1iU"thable and exper.euc.-d Is..;.-, unde.
ing a speciality, l' Franc.sco Pnn-ha-intf mneau
whose u8.e,"r hV"ve.rs, will promptly r.-ply t
has prospered d.irm? t J ' receipt ol
rffS ?urdV ' iend for LrcoU,
Addres fBtNclSl,0 PlR, UA-IN-. Bl'HKAl",
l;n i-j-t street, Sou fiaucisco.
. . . iv u iVuuor, Motlstt k Co ,
Refer to A I.. B.ncrolt A t o t O uu r ft
and N. P. Cole X Co., San Man... lfj miy
AtiENT 1'Oli 1HF
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers aud General Commissiorx
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
Stov s and Ranges.
EVl.ltY UtC RIl'llU.N o
SHEET TflETAL WARE
Un Hand 01 Made to Ur.ler.
Timiiiig, Pluniliiue, Gutlering, Etc.
S Contracted for.
Wufer Pipe and Fittings,
Sol Agents ic tutae Ulauda for tba
AU Sizes in Stock. CtrrulaiaaDd Frtco on p-
1 wjm i.iiraMMWs-;w.'wnn-. fc-gyiMfy