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WKDNKSDAY, MAY HO, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINUB.
Moinoilal Day hIiojw close.
Novelty f!liow Armless Woman
Afternoon mid Kvoiilny.
Uiilm Lodfio, No. 1 K. Hfl'.TiilO
Hcthol Pinycr Alirctlujx, ill 7 :!).
Foil St. Church, Prayer Mectliijj
nt 7 :!)().
St. Anthew'H Cathedral, usual
ncrviccH, nl 7:1)0.
Tho following is thu order of ex
ercises : The Tost of tho G. A. K.
will form at il p. in., and march to
' Niiuiinii Cemetery Playing of a
funeral dirge; followed by Introduc
tory romuiks by the Post Comman
der ; prayer by the Chaplain ! music ;
' recitation ; music ; decoration of the
graves by the Post; saluting the
, dead; addiess bv thu Orator of the
Day (Mr. Criiziui) ; music; and the
Tills holiday should be a holy day
lo nil, lu memory of tho gallant men
who died lighting for their own, their
country's, the slaves, and the
World's Liberty !
THE ECLIPSE EXPEDITION.
Tho membeis o'f the expedition
nro: Professor K. S. Holden of
Washburn Observuloiy, Madison,
Wis., who is chief of the parly; C.
IL Hockwell, of Tarry town, N. Y.,
through whose personal clforts the
expedition was planned ; Dr. C. S.
Hastings of Johns Hopkins Univer-
' ity, Hnltimoro; K .D. Preston of
tho United States Coast Survey;
Ensign S. J. Brown of the United
States Naval Observatory, and W.
Upton of the United States Signal
Service. Two English scientific
gentlemen, Messrs. II. A Lawrence
and C. Kny Woods, of South Ken
sington, joned the party at Panama.
The American expedition was plan
ned by the National Academy of
Sciences and is under the charge of
n committee of which Professor C.
A. Young of Princeton is chairman
and Professor J. II. C. Coflln of
Washington secretary. The English
members are sent by the Royal
Society and the Committee on Solar
Physics especially to do photographic
work. They aro engaged in spec
troscopic work with Mr. Lockycr,
and were both members of the
English expedition which observed
K tho eclipse of last May nt Soling,
The programme of woik planned
for the eclipse embraced a variety of
, observations, chief of which aro
those with the spcctioseope. Tlio
instrumental outfit is large, that of
American members being contained
in sixty-two boxes, and that of the
English members in twenty-eight,
tho majority of them containing
apparatus, but a few devoted to the
requirements of camp life upon tho
The United States Coast Survey
Jtnwoves tho opportunity to take
pendulum observations nt the island,
and also at the Sandwich Islands mid
SVMim 1Yniwisr'i) nn tin' rffilin. It is
by observations with a pendulum
'nado at different portions of tho
earth that tho problem of tlio true
hBhapo of tho planet is solved In tho
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f fllUBU IHIIIl-H HJ
'I'lwi nlinvo U'ill lio intPiDUIlnir rerun
tho fact that tho Hartford, with tho
expedition on board, Is due here to-
Monday, Miiy 28th. Drunks, G.
FlUwiininoiw, W. Hobinson, Tomi
Knllll, Kallllwi, Liunawl, C. Uask
pyd, forfeited 80 ball each.
Assault and battery s Aki and Mo
ld forfeited 810 ball each ; -same with
a knife, Lo Tong lemamled to 29th ;
A. mid II. Umy, disturbing quiet of
night, forfeited 810 bail each.
Tho bktno Discovciy took 13,415 bags
Hchr Jennie brought low nags sugar,
Hour Mary & Foster brought 40 hales
of goat skins,
Tlio barfc m
est Queen i at tho
LOCAL & QRNKRAti ITEMU.
Tin: remaking of Hotel Street, l
ftliortly lin finished.
Tin. usual monthly meeting of the
Guild o( St. Andrew Is postponed till
Mi:miir II. 12. Melnljro k Bro., nro
building additional accommodation to
their Mure at thu leiir on King Street.
Mil. P. V. tlosi'.s jr's llook-kceplmc
uIiihh ill the Y. M. V. A. thw week Is
postponed till Filday, in lie iibcnt lu
Knual, lint will letura that tiny.
Today being Memorial DnyTiiK Dai
ly, IHil.M.TiN ofllcu will lie closed after
the distribution of this Issue out of io
respect to the memory of tlio Heiocs.
A vr.nv' lifelike pm trail of Jlerlate
Highness Ituth Kocllkolanl, may now
bu scon at Williams & Co'a photo
graphers, on Foil stieet. It Is the pio
porty of Mr. Ciiiilm.
Waikiki bridge, aecordliig to tho
aeeouut of thoeo who drive over It, Is
getting to be In very unsafe condition.
Two lingo holes have been worn In tho
planking near tho city end.
. .. ,
" In Kentucky no clergyman or preach
er of any denomination eun become a
member of the Legislature." Hawaii
should follow thu c.Miniplo of Kentucky,
ami exclude clergymen and judges from
Tin: Ladles who lead our pane", aio
aked to watch for Messrs. G. W. Mac
farlaiiQ & Go's now advertisement of
Ladles' line underwear, robes de unit,
embroideries, edgings, insertions etc.,
which will ho on exhibition for 3alc on
Thutsd.ty or Friday.
Tin: latest phase of tho Madias ques.
tlon is that tltc Government have agreed
to permit the landing of passengers in
Qtiaiantinc on $20 fcr mHa being de
posited tcjeover expenses as mtny
being allowed to land as the deposit
amounted to in $20 pieces Nothing has
yet been done as to this.
Wi: lcain that Mr. H. Mucfarlauc had
bought two Shetland ponies in England
which wcro placed on tho Abcrgeldlc,
but died on tho voyage. Wo trust that
he will not ho discouraged and will
eventually succeed in acclimatizing
these useful little animals 'in these is
Ox Monday night, after 10 o'clock a
buggy was bi ought down lo the Station
house. The driver was drunk, and in
turning tho corner of Berclania and
Nuuanu Street turned too Blimp and
overset the buggy, smashing one shaft.
No set iotts injury was received by any
of the passengers-two in number.
Cor,. Geo. Mackaiii.ane has added
another attraction to his Waikiki resi
dence in the shape of a piano by Lacapo
of Paiis. The peculiarity about it is
thut it is automatic and by certain ma
chinery being wound up discourses the
most beautiful selections of music, out
doing the best of modem pianists in fa
cility and stylo of execution.
Tin: Advertiser In its yesterday's issue
gives credit to the Hawaiian Chinese
News, in publishing an account of a
monstrosity on Kauai, in the shape of a
half-whilc gul aged 10, who lias never
moved since shu was bom. We would
lefertho Advertiser to tho issue of tho
Daily Bulletin for Monday May 21st,
where ho will find tho first mention of
Ox Monday rumors weie circulated
lu town about a boat load of Chlncso
from tho Madras lauding at Wulunae,
and then burning their boat und fleeing
to the mountain. Thorough investiga
tion convinced -tho authorities. Unit the
story aroso from tho fact that sonic of
tho half burnt lumber from the lust
Immigrant ship had been washed on
shore there by the sea.
Wi: 111 u threatened with an alarming
deficiency lu our water supply, If no
heavy rain's come soon, and It will be
remembered that arughts hayo lasted
for two years on these islands. In vlow
of these facts, it Is a shiiuio that people
haven't better sense than to let their
water tups and Irrigating hose run all
night, tlnough carelessness or wilfulness.
When they are short of water to drink,
they will regret It.
"Professor Langley, tho astronomer,
says that at a hciglitof Unco miles abovo
tho siufiice of tho eaith the sun's rays
aiu of u bluish color. Thu sun, ho
thinks, Is a blue star," So says an
exchange. A gentleman who has
observed the sun from the summit of
Milium Loa, which Is neaily three miles
In height, says that experiment with the
spectroscope reveal no dlffeicnco ill
tho light at tho sun from the height
than from what Is seen at lower points,
On Monday night, u Chlncso express
driver drove another Chinaman to tho
Station House, to hayo a diiputo about
fare settled. Tho driver claimed dol.
to give him a quarter. For n long lima
tho Cklncfo oxpro4 dtlvor linvo heen
looked upon as always charging less
limn the legal faro., but lately evidence
cecals lo point out that they linvo learnt
whilom and mean to extract tho last
rent the law allow.
"The bcp.irtnient of State at Wash.
Ingtcm Is Informed that c cry litems is
being adopted by the Chinese (lotem
meat to drive Americans from tltc Em
pile. Onerous restrictions aro placed
upon their business, nntl now enterprises
are entirely prohibited If conducted by
Americans." LVAii.cv What other
cnurso is left for tho Chinese to pursue,
after tho cMimplu set by the American
Congress, in passing it law forbidding
Chinese to mlgintu to America? They
atu only trying to get even with their
" barhiiilau" neighbor?.
Yr.si KiiPAY moridrg after 7 o'clock
a blacksmith mimed A. Moigau struck
a Kohala Plantation policeman named
It. Mooney with a cold chisel, and
wounded him lu the left side of tho
forehead. Mooney was under tho
lullueuee of liquor and there had been
an old gnulgo between them. He canto
Into the shop (opposite tho Police
Station) and after an altercation stiuck
Morgan who stepped back and picking
up the hamutcr-ehlsel struck him, lit
tllctiug an ugly wound. Ho was in test
ed and hi ought up yesterday morning
and remanded. iMooney was taken to
the l'lospltal but ran away front there
and was found di unk In a saloon. Ho
was then taken to tho Station House
and locked up also.
Coriespondcnco Is solicited on tho lop
ics of the day, or what may become so.
Wo ieervo the light lo excise puiely
AVo do not hold ourselves responsible
for tlio opinions expressed by our cor
Editor Uui.ektix . Somo time
ago a reverend gentleman, a fiiond
of mine, received a magazine, The
Medical Bulletin, in which was an
article, saying a patient with leprosy
had been sent to Philadelphia to sco
some doctor there by Drs. Trous
seau and Hngan, of Honolulu.
Query How did said doctors coino
to send a patient with an "emi
nently contagious" disease, as they
now say leprosy is, to inflict a
healthy community V Also, how
many visitors did Dr. J. McGrow
expect to bring to the Islands by
tho card he, with the others, signed,
and had published in two of our
weekly papers ? How many friends
for Hawaii and how much ammuni
tion for itb enemies has been fur
nished by these doctors and you
editors, is what Yours Truly would
like to know. , Tjiutii.
Our. correspondent's letter has
been held over for want of space,
since being received on Saturday lust.
Wu trust this apology will bo ac
on May 29th, the wife
of Dr. W. Dc Fries a Son
ON Tuesday, tlio 22nd instant, a bead
Coruer-pieeo for Bracket, filled in
with sal in on 'colored silk. Finder will
bo rewaidcd by leaving same at tho of'
flee of this paper. 414 w
A FEW FIRST-CLASS TEAMBTEltS
und Plowmen. Apply to
408 lw WM. G. IltWIN & Co.
THE HOUSE, furnished or
unfurnished, ami LOT, corner
of Luualilo and Keeaumoku
streets, facing tho Parudo Ground. Ap
ply on tho premises to II. BEHGEIt, or
J. E. Wiseman. 413 lm
FAN LOST, .
T EFT In the Ladles' Dressing Room
JU at tho Music Hall on tho night of
tho British Benevolent Society's Ball, a
Red and Gold Embroidered Fan, with
laco bordered liaudkcichlef attached.
Finder will ho suitably icwnrded on re
storing same to F. M. Bwanzv, at Thco.
II. Davles & Co's. 411
TUB undersigned having purchased
of Messrs. A. 8. Clcgiinrn & Co,
the Storo and Stock of Goods, at Pallida,
llawajl, will henceforth carry on tho
business for himself, and hopes to nieijt
ami secure me generous patronage ac
corded to his picucccssors,
41U lw T. O, WILLS.
HAVING been appointed Guardian
of M, Mnhuka, minor, son of the
late M. Mahuka, deceased, and attorney
in fact for Lunkla (w,) widow of said
M, Mahuka, dceeasedj al persons are
hereby Requested to setllo all mutters
pcitnfnlug to thu estate of said M, Ma.
Iiuka, deceased, with the undersigned,
and they aro licrehy notified that Mr,
Simon K. Kaal has no authority w hut
oyer in the matter. A it OS A,
Guardlau of M. Mahuka, minor, and
attorney In fact for LuukU (w.) widow
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW COODS !
Suitable for Stock Ranches whcio water is lequlrcd to ho raised from gulches
to past tiro lauds for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magncso-Calcito Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description al lowest markol ratts.
Uice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just tho thing for Illcc and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
NeAV Goods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustiatcd Catalogues on application.
IiAMEHAMEHA DAY !
KAPIOL ANI PARK,
JUNE 11th, 188!).
The following gentlemen will com
priso tho Cominittco of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGhew, W. G. Ikwin,
II. A. Wllir.MANN, A. S. CI.K01IOKN,
Cecil Bhow.v, Fhank Bnowx,
II. It. Nacpaiilaxu, James Donu,
J. E. Wiskmax, Secretary.
Judqks: C. E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
TiMn-Kcuncns: F. L. Clark mid
ClkiikopCouhsi:: Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock: Jus. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
1s-PARK PLATE, Purss $76,
Hurdle Race; one milo dash; 4 hur
dies; freo to all; catch weights.
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one milodash; freo for
all ; catch weights.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purso$150,
Running Race; ono milo heats; best
z m u; tree lor all.
4th-KINQ'S CUP, Purso$150,
Trotting Rnco; milo heats; best 8 in
5 to harness ; freo for nil.
5th KAMEIIAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; ono milo dash; for
Hawaiian hied horses not having a
better lccord than 1:57.
Glh-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purso $125
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in U; freo to nil Hawaiian bied
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purso $100,
Pony Race; ono milo dash; open to
all ponies btcd in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high ; catch weights.
8th-RECIPR0CITV CUP, Purso $175,
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
2 in 15; free to all Hawaiian bred
9th GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purso $125,
Running Race; mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
10th AMATEUR CUP, Purso $50,
'Trotting Race; mile hcat3; best 2 in
ii to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth LUNALIL0 PLATE, Purse $75,
Hunnimr Race: milo dash: open to
all horses bred in tho Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolani Park.
12th -EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; ono mile; freo to all
horses that have never trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.
14th BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purso
15th-GREA8E POLE, Purso $20,
All horses entered for tho abovo races
will bo undor the control of the Judges,
and their decision will ho final, ,
All Running Knees will he under tho
rules of the Pacific Blood Hor&o Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All hoi scs to carry a lider.
All Trotting Races wI bo uridcr the
rules of tho National Trotting Associa
tion No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All horses that aro sold n Pools will
bo tilled out.
Permits to train horses at tho Park
Track can bo obtained fiom tho Secrc
In order to secure and maintain older,
no ono will bo allowed on tho tinek
without tho Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secictary at
mo i'nrK grounds, uuuges f o,
Admittance to tho Park; Pedestrians
freo; Horses and Horses and Carriages.
00 cts. to tho Park ; admittance to Grand
Stand, $.1 ; admittance to Field, iiBde
of Race Track, for Pedestrians only 'Hi
cts; children under 10 years of ago ad.
Alf entries must ho made under seal,
at the secretary's office before Q o'clock
p., June 71b. They wjjj th$n be opeHed
1jiBrescfW9lfheUoflHs. ' , '
Jockeys' colors must accompany en
There must bo three entries In all races
and two to stmt.
At tho call of tho Bell from the Judgo
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according lo tho Raco
In all Races wlicro weights aro to bo
carried, Riders and Drivers aro required
to provide their own weights.
A fow moio Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section 10 No ono allowed to sell re
freshments at tho Park unless by pur
chasing sections which moy bo had of
the secretary at his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gate monoy will bo charged hall
faro crossing Bridge. f
All Rules will be strictly enforced.
Tho ofllcinl Programme of tho Races
can ho obtained from tho secretary on
June 8th. at his offico 27 Merchant St.
J. E Wiseman, Secretary.
A Large Assortment
CS" To bo had at
A. M. MELLIS,
418 Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
WILL BE PAID by the undersigned
for such information as will lead'
to tho conviction of tho party or parties
who took my well-known saddlo ltoito
"Daring" out of my stables onTliurs.
day night last (May 24th), and having
ridden tho same hard, returned it to tho
stable when, very heated, it drank water
too freely and foundered.
Hi! ill CLARENCE MACFARLANE
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give such in
foimation as will lead tq tho conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed the road to
Waikiki, bcyong Sunny South, by plac
ing nit ox-cart across said road on the
night of the 2tth of May Instant.
D. DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1688. 411
A FURNISHED COTTAGE, near tho
Chinese Church. Enquire at No.
85 Fort street. . 411
Corner of AInkra and Hotel gtreetn
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY
Crochet, Embroider, Write, &c,
With Her Toes !
Admission, 35 Cents
W. E. HERRSCK
!AS llI'.MOVKU JIJS
From 110 Fort street,
opposite tho Bethel, next door to
Dajgle'smnchine sjiop and Brun's Fur
nturu Factory, whero ho wiM cpnUpuo
to mypy hs customers with J) kinds of ,
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