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HP1IE COURT -will so into Full
JL Mourning for Her late Royal High
ms thi! 1'iliiccss llulh Keelikolanl
lioni the (Into of this notion, until the
day alter thu funeral; and will wear
half mourning from Hint time until the
opliiitlon of two weeks fiom the day of
C. II. .lUDl),
H. l. Chnmbcilalin
Chamberlain's Ofllne, lolanl Palace,
May 81st, 188;). -11(1
Sflw f ailu Iguikftii,
FRIDAY, Jl'NK I, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINQ8.
Lyons & Levey will sell, at their
Sale's Room, nt 1 o'clock, n lot of
very superior furniture.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Clltirch, Hi !1 o'clock. ,
Novelty ShowArmless Woman
Afternoon and Evening.
British Benevolent Society, 7:30
Imp. Order of Bed Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Polynesia Kncampmcnt, at 7 :30.
Musical Society, Practice; YMCA
Monthly meeting, L&R.K.A, 7 :30
THE ENTERPRISE FEED CO.
have now been about a fortnight in
occupation of their commodious
.store on Queen street. The follow
ing brief description will not be
uninteresting. It has 30 feet front
age by 100 feet depth, and is 2:2
feet in height to the roof plate, and
33 feet to the ridge. The walls are
of galvanized iron, of which there is
about 25,000 lbs in the whole build
ing. In the walls arc G openings,
each 10x12, protected by iron
doors sliding with patent sheaves
and the bottom being guided by an
iron track. The iloor, of l inch
planks, is about 2 feet from the
grounds, and is supported on joists
3x8 and 13 inches apart and rest
ing on coral foundations four of
which arc allowed to every 10 feet
square. The sills and posts are
all 8x8. In the whole building
about 35,000 feet of lumber has
been used. As an evidence that
the building is likely to Inst it may
be mentioned that the tiebeams'aro
5 x 10 and in each arc 5 one-inch
Norway iron bolts and they are
fastened to each post by a inch
iron rod going down into the post
for two feet. On the Queen street
front is an office 14 x 14 x 14 lined
inside and covered outside with 3
inch tonsucd and grooved redwood.
To this there arc two doors and 5
windows so arranged that you can
see over the whole store without
having the office. In this office is
n very elaborate burglar-proof Mac
ncal and Urban safe which is well
worthy of a visit of inspection
itself. Mr. Agncw informs us that
he is now fully ready to supply ,the
best feed in the market at the lowest
The duration of the eclipse of May 0th
wub rather longer than was calculated,
being 5 miu. 25 sec.
.Spectrum photography during an
eclipse was first practised last year In
Egypt. It was again success! ally done
by this .Expedition but oven more so as
the light was more dispersed. Photos
of the corona from the Inner to the outer
edge were taken by the English mem
bers of thu party and from these one
complete picture will be made.
The observations mudo by this party
conllnn those made by previous obser
vers with hevcr.il Important additions
notably in regard to the theory of what
the Corona really is,
is a 2nd Bute steam Corvette, carry
ing 14 guns, and 4 Ilotchkiss
.Revolving Cannon. Sho is 1,800
tons measurement and 2,1)00 Dis
placement. Sho measures 248 feet
long, 41 feet (I inches beam, and
has a draught of 19 feet 8 inches.
She curries ti Complement of 313
souls including 33 officers
marines. She is 1,200
Power and can make 1 1 knots an
hour. The following is u list of her
Captan, C. C. Carpenter.
Lieutenant Commanders, Edwin White,
Lieutenant?, J. M. Miller,
G. P. Colvoeoressos,
J. A. H. Nickels.
Master, E. P. Qutiltrough,
ijEiihlgii, llcury Mluett.
M Ulshlpuum, Jl. L, Bead,
Medical. Inspector, S. I). Kennedy.
Passed Assistant Surgeon, W. S. Dixon,
M. M. Marstcllor.
Pay Inspector, llentry M. Durnlstoii.
Chief Engineer, .Folm W. Moore.
Parsed Ast. lhigineer, .lohn A. Scot,
George Cowlc jr.
Asst. Bngincer. John L. (low.
Lt. Leroy (l. Wobtcr,
. U. S. Mnilno Vmn,
Naval Cndet-" Wllllmn 11. Fletcher, W.
11. Whltlelsev, James 0. Doyle, W.
J. Grambs, John M. Payer, Samuel
A. W. Patterson. Atthur W. Clarke,
J. 11. Pendleton, F. E. Coley.
Pay Clerk, L. L. Brlghnm.
Boatswain, V. A. Draw.
Gunner, E. J. lleacliam.
Carpenter, Solon H. Mtiloou.
Snllmitkcr, (3. Van Mater.
Schr Emma brought 0" hags sugar.
SchrTohoikl brought 550 bags paddy.
Stmr Waininnolo In ought 400 bags of
sugar, and 10 bbls of molasses.
The bk Lady Lampson Capt. E. C.
Rust 17 days from San Francisco, arrived
May 30. She Is ut Brewer's wharf with
a full cargo of merchandise and is con
signed to C. Brewer & Co.
Schr Catcrina brought 500 bags sugar.
The schr Mary E. Foster is on the Ma
Schr Kamoi brought 000 bags sugar.
Schr Mana biought 1180 bags sugar.
The ship Glenbervlc has finished dis
charging. She is being rigged as a bark.
She will leave for Portland next week.
The crew for the bark Hermann will
be shipped on Monday next. She will
bo ready for sea in about two weeks, and
will proceed to Puget Sound where she
will load lumber for Sydney returning
to Honolulu with coal.
Local & general items.
BuiTisit Benevolent Society, annual
meeting, Mechanic Engine Co. 2, 7.:i0
The new steamship Mariposa, for the
Hawaiian tridc, made 15J knots per
hour during her trial trip.
Mkssiis Lycan & Johnson have impor
ted the first of a splendid pair of horses,
the other is to come on the Kalakaun.
Ma. A. G. Ellis reports sales this week
of Star Mills, AVailuku, and Waianae to
the amount of $59,825. Pretty good
work, isn't it?
By Authority Notice in another col
umn it will be seen that the Court will
go in mourning from May 31St until tw
weeks after the funeral of the late
The Fire Department holds Its annual
election of a Board of Engineers on Mon
day next, from' 7"to"0 p. in. No l's tic
ket is for chief, J. Nott; for 1st asst.,
C. B. Wilson; for 2nd asst., S.M.Whit
man. . .. .
The examination of the students of the
North Pacific Mission Institute will be
held in the vestry of tho Kawaiahao
Church, to-morrow (Saturday) morning.
All interested in Hawaiian Eaucntioa
are invited to attend.
Texas lias $2,500,000 net balance in her
treasury, and a steady immigration into
tho s'tatc, averaging 100,000 per annum.
Quito a contrast between the surplus in
the Texas treasury, and the deficiency of
$40,000 in the Hawaiian Treasury.
At the services on Memorial Day at
the Cemetery it was not the least grati
fying to observe that some good Samari
tan had thoughtfully provided a large
supply of excellent drinking-water and
tin cups with which to imbibe.
We are glad to leain that Mr. Clarence
Mucfarlane's horse Daring has plilled
through all right. It is to be hoped that
the cause of the trouble will now own
up, (of course to Mr. Mucfurlunc alone),
as it i" certainly tho only manly course
On Tuesday, tho 22nd, while at Hana
lci, Kauai, loading sugar, Kahalau, the
captain of tho schooner C.iterina, had
his left leg broken below the knee by a
bag of bugar falling off a pile on to it.
It is getting better, hut he cannot walk
on it yet.
Tho Water Works Office is getting a
now coal of 'whitewash, and the former
internal arrangements are being altered.
The entrances have also been made more
convenient, It seems a queer thing that
when thu oillco pays tho Government so
well as it dow that they aren't ashamed
of having the business tuiusaclcd in a
building that looks like a dilapidated
Among the best gifts of Providenco,
bays, Barnes Sears, to n nation are great
and good mm, who act as leaders and
guides; who leave their uiuik upon their
ago; who give u new direction to allairs;
who introduce a course of events which
go down lioni generation to generation,
pouring their blessings on mankind.
Exciaiigr. How many such best gifts
of Providcneo have wo got in this coun
Mr.ssns. Lyons- &. Levey sell to-duy a
Hue lot of English furniture, glassware,
carpets, rugs, etc., imported by Messr.
G. W. Mrtcfarlano & Co. Wo have hi
tweeted thu sauiu and can assure our
leaders that If they want anything lu
cither of the above lines they cannot do
better than attend the salu to-day.
Amongst the pieces worthy of (.pedal
notice are. Library and dining loom
suites In Mahogany upholstered In
Morocco, one drawing room suite up
holstered In Pompadour velvet, a very
handsome book. case and writing
cabinet combined In Muliegnny, some
beautiful whatnots and corner brackets,
some novel swan patterned ewers and
basin, and some splendid lind brilliant
ly coloured carpels.
It is always iulcicMing to hear of
former residents of Honolulu and what
they are doing, u friend of ours has
heard from a former fellow citizen
Capt. Gelett, who ha made in his home
In Oakland, and who since leaving here
In '75 has been devoting his ttmo and
attention to perfecting a very useful
invention in the shape of a Portable Ice
machine. It Is spoken of as a very
complete and simple machine, partccul
arly adapted for plantations or out. of
the way places whero Ice "Is a luxury
that cannot be Indulged In commonly, If
at all. We see our enterprising friend
II. Turton of Lahainn has purchased
one for his'iis'j, which arrived yesterday
on the Lady L'linpson. We learn also
that 0'ie Is to follow soon, for Mr. Clans
Sprcckcls. It might pay others living
on the other Islands to look into the
matter and provide themselves with
such a cheap and simple convenience.
Those who wish for further information
should apply to C. Drew or & Co.
late foreign News.
By tho Lady Lampson wo have dales
to tlie 12th hist, from which we extract
Gen. Grant's mother is dead. Hcrr
Most, the well-known Socialist, is ac
cused of being a fraud and betraying
seciet bocielics for money. New York
papers are discussing the Chinese settle
ment there with much the same ideas as
the San Francisco people espies on the
subject. A young woman L. P. Hun.
singer died in San Francisco from
strychnine poisoning and atropiu caused
by an overdose ot Fowler's neuralgia
pills. The Chicago Milwaukee and St.
Paul Railroud thinks of extending to
San Iranclsco. It is bsllcved that the
'British Government have demanded the
extradition of Sheridan, Walsh, and Ty.
nan, Since the commencement ot the se
cond private inquiry into the murder
conspiracy at Dublin, over 200 persons
left tno city secretly.
Chicago, May 11. The Fire Alarm
Committee and other officials, together
witli a number of gentlemen from Phila
delphia, New York, Cleveland and other
cities, this afternoon witnessed an exhi
bition of the new conduit system of
undci ground telegraphy given by the
Chicago Sectional Electric Underground
Conduit Company. Morse and telephone
wires were placed in one mile and a
quarter of the conduit, and signals ex.
filinnircd without anv nerccntiblo Inter.
fcrence in the.way.of.induption from the
Morse current. The conduits are built
of iron aud contain copper wire shelves,
over which insulated, conductors arc
drawn by means of carriers worked from
the main poles in .each street-crossing.
The new harmonic system was also laid
in the conduit and ,was in operation dur
ing the exhibition without causing any
London, May 11 It Is stated that
telegrams have been sent to the Due
d'Aiimale and the Due de Chartres In
forming them that the Count de Cham
dord is dangerously ill.
Koine, May 11 Archbishop Orohc of
Dublin was resolved in audience by the
Pope to-day. The Pope informed the
Archbishop of certaiivgrave resolutions
which he had taken1 hi regard to the
agitation in Irclahd, especially one con
demning the clergy in promoting the
Parncll Fund, lt Is' believed that the
resolutions will shortly be sent to the
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Friday, Juno 1st.
Important Sale by Auction
OF VE11Y ELEGANT
By order of Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane
Ex 8. S. Abcrgcldic, from London.
The undersigned have beon instructed
to sell by auction, at their Sulos Boom,
Bonvor Block, tho ontlro contents of
25 Cisk of London-mode Furniture,
Carpets, Rugs, Glassware, Bionzes, &c,
Friday, June 1st, at 1 p.m
Drawing room suits, In elegantly-carved
.. walnut f rumen, richly upholstered.
Dining room suits, in mahogany, uphol.
steied in morocco.
Black and gold brackets, of artistic do.
Canterbury whatnots, in black and gold
Mahogany towel lacks,
Black ami gold fancy folding chairi,
Music stools and cabinets,
Mahogany commodes, (luted & eerpont'o
Occasional tables, work & coffee tables,
Davenport writing desks,
Carved and gilt pier glasses,
Oiniuuonts, Mahogany sldebouuls,
Mahogany toilet tables and washstunds,
with glnss and marble, complete,
Mahogany cuntio tables,
Mahogany cylinder writing table",
Mahogany book cose, with glaos and
panelled doors and drawers fitted
with pigeon holes.
Walnut inlaid chillbniors. buttocks,
Toilet miirors, feather pillows, &c,
Also, a splendid assortment of
Carpets, Rugs, Glassware,
Dinner Sets, &u., &o.
CiootlM uow on TIom'.
Lyons. & Leyev, Auutioucvu.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Suitable for Slock Ranches whero water Is requited to ho raised from gulches
to p.isturc lauds for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of evory description at lowest market rates. " i?
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just1 the thing for Rico aud Sugar Mills;
- . -IWHuw IW)!
Differential PulleyBlockB, Carriage Lamps..
ISTew Goods constantly arriving. '
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, , '
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
.TUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGnuw, W. G. InwiN,
II. A. WlDKMAXJJ, A. S. Cr.EOHOKN,
Cecil" Buown, Fhank Bkown,
II. R. Maci'aklani:, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
Judges: C E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Keepers: F. L. Clark and
Stamtek: Capt. A. B. Haley.
Clkuk op Coouse: Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock : Jus. Dodd.
Races will commence at 10
1st PARK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dies; free to all; catch weights.
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
3rd QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $150,
Ruuning Race; one mile heats; best
2'in 8; free for nil.
4th KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
0 to harness; free for all.
5th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purso$100,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1:57.
6th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $125
Trotting Race; ,one mile heals; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; one mile dush; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
8th RECIPROCITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; ono milo heats; best
2 in 8; fice to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; M miledash; treo to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
10th AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50, ,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 In
U to Harness ; owners to anvc.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purse,$75,
Running Ruco; milo dash; open to
all horses bred in tho Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolanl Park.
12th-EXPRES8 CUP, Purse $60,
Trotting Race; one milo; free to all
horses that have never trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $30 2nd. man IJ10,
14lh-BCYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASHPurse
ISth-GREASBPOLE, Puree $20,
All horses enteredfor the above races
will he under tho control of the Judges
UIHl UlUll KUUCUUII Will uu num.
All Running Races will be under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blopd Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry u rider.
All Trotting Races will be under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Assoola.
No Pool selling will bo allowed on the
All horbes that are sold in Pools will
be ruled put.
Permits to train horses at tlip Park
Track can bo obtained fiom the Secre
tary, In order to sccuio and maintain order,
no ono will bo allowed on the Hack
without tho Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secretary ut
tho Park grounds. Badge $5.
Admittance to the Park s Pedestrians
25cts; children under 10 years of ago
free; Horncs andlllorses and Carriages,
50 cts. to tho Park ; admittance to Grand
All entries must bo mado under , seal,
at tho secretary's olllce before 0 o'clock
p.m. J,unp 7th., They will then he opened
In presence of the Committee.
Entrance f co 10 per ccuj offpurchaso
Jockeys' eolors'must accompany en
There must bo three entries in oil races
nnd two to start.
At tho call of the Bell from the Judgo
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring;
their Horses out according to the Baco
Ih. nil Races where weights are to bo
can led, Riders and Driveis aro required
to provide their own weights.
A few more Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No one allowed to sell re
freshments at tho Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may be had of
the secretary at his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gate money wilp be charged half
tare crossing Bridge.
All Bules will he strictly enforced.
The official Programme of the Races,
can be obtained from the secretary on
June 8th. at his ollico '2,1 Merchant St.
J. K Wiseman, Secretary.
A Large Assortment
(former price $2i50.)
B3J" To be hadat
A. M. MELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium;
LEFT in the Ladies' Dressing Room
at the Music Hall on the night of
the British Benevolent Society's Ball, a
Red and Gold Embroidered Pan, with
Inco bordered handkerchief attached.
Finder will be suitably'rewarded on re.
storing same to F. M. Swanzv, at Theo.
H. Davics & Co's. 411
WILL BE PAID to any person or
"persons who will give such In
formation as will lead to the conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed!
or caused to bo obstructed tho read to
Waikiki, beyong Sunny South, Ivy plac
ing an oxcart across said rocd on tho
night of tho 24th of May instant.
, , D; DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1883. ' 411
A FURNISHED 'COTTAGE, near tho
Chinese Church. Enquire at No.
85 'Fort street. 4ij
Corner or Alakea audi Hotel Streets
AFTERNOpN & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY.
Crochet, Embroider, Write, &c,
With Her Toes!
Admission, 25 Cents.
W. E. HERRICK
HAS UESIOVKD HIS V,
From 110 Fort street,
TO BETHEL STREET,
opposite the Bethel, next door to
Daigle's machine shop und Brun's Fur
niture Factory, whore he will coutiuue
to supply his customers with all kjnds of ,
Wood and Ivory Turning.1 '
Thankful for past fuvors, ho hopes fon
a coutlauuu.ee of the buwe, DUO dj