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THE COUHT will go Into Pull
Mourning for Her Into Itoyal High
ness tho Vnnccss lluth Keellkolnnl
from tho date of tliis notice, until the
day utter llio funciul; and will wear
litilf mourning from tlint time until tlio
expiration of two Necks fiom the day of
C. II. .IUDD,
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Office, lolanl Palace,
May 31t, 1883. 410
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SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1883.
This day's doings.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
and Children, from 11 to 11.
Monthly Meeting of the Missionary
Gleaners,' Fort St. Church, 2:30.
Novelty Show Armless Woman
Afternoon and Evening.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9:15.
Fort St. Church S. S. at !) : 15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Key. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Key. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, III. llcv.
Bishop "Willis, morning, and Key. G.
"Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15
A NEW PEST
Last Saturday Mr. A. Jaeger dis
covered that a beetle was infesting
palms. One expert gives it as his opin
ion that it is the ordinary eancborer.
It is chiefly found in the leaf stalks
and in the trunk where the old leaf
stalks have been. So far it has only
been found in the Arcca lluhra and
Boyal Pnlms. Its Cocoons, larvae,
etc., may be seen at Mr. Jaeger's
office. It is to bo hoped that tho
ravages of this new pest will not
lead to the destruction of our beauti
Address by Mr Oruzan.
Mr. Minister Resident, Comrades
of Geo. de Long Post, Americans,
Ladies and Gentlemen:
Memorial Day bids us pause in
our feverish life-race. It bids us
remember. Standing among the
graves of the dead, burrounded by
these living witnesses, and that
greater host of " invisible witnesses,"
the Grand Ami' of our Patriot Dead,
we cast a glance backward. It is
18C1. The little cloud which "Web
fater, the keen-sighted, saw, has
overspread the whole heavens. Its
fierce zigzag lightnings strike terror
to the heart of every patriot. At
Sumter it begins to drop its bloody
rain. The South madly springs to
But, not till unholy hands have
torn down that old flag which our
fathers ami theirs gave us, and trailed
it in the dust amid jeers and ridicule,
does God's own chosen one, the pa
tient long-suffering Lincoln, turn his
face northward and ask for help.
As if by magic, companies, brigades,
armies spriug into life in a moment.
Citizens, who never knew or dreamed
of war, tear themselves away from
homes they love so well at tho call
of the Nation which they love more
than all else. The hills and valleys
of New England, the mountains of
Pennsylvania, and the prairies of the
Mississippi Valley seem alivo with
sharp swords and glittering arms.
Then come Appomattox, and
peace, and a restored Union. But,
ulas ! at what price ! A grand army
of 300,000 patriot dead lay rotting
in their graves ! From one end of the
land to the other we see broken
hearted women, bowing over their
orphans, and hear Kachels weeping
for their children, and Davids lament
ing for their Absaloms.
But wo see the old flag once more
in its honored place ; the union is
restored ; the sin and the shame of
slivery arc gono forever. The price
is great, but wo aro content. Wo
have gained that which is piiceless.
Decoration Day bids Aniciicnns
everywhere pause and remember
these things. It is n day sacred and
revered by fivery true, loyal citizen
of the Great Republic It is a day
beautiful and solemn in its impres
siveness ; it is a day the keeping of
which has been entrusted to an or
ganization, tho Grand Army of tho
Republic, which has for its founda
tion and support none of the ordi
nary resources resorted to keep alive
the spirit and vigor of such bodies ;
mi organization which has no poli
tical ulflliations, schemes and pur
poses ; which has no mystic and im
posing rites and insignia s no capti
' vating legends that link it with chl
valry and romance; no trappings of
parade; no "bannois with a strange
device," no days of feasting; no
chain of a secret order connecting it
with the weird ami inscrutable re
cords of tho past, or reaching, by the
transmission of blond, or by any
other form of transfer at once into
the generation of tho past, nnd nf
the future. On the contiary the ex
istence of the Grand Army of the
Republic, dates but a few years
back, and a lew ycais nenco ll will
cease to be. With the end of the
picsent century the Grand Army of
the Republic will be a relic of the
past; it will consist of only a few
aged veterans white with the winter
snow of three score years, who will
hand down to their children's chil
dren the traditions of the camp-flrcs
and battle-fields of the war.
These, then, arc the objects of our
order: To cement the friendships,
and keep green the memories of a
common service, which has united
our hearts by the strongest tics that
exist among men ; to preserve the
names, and honor the graves, of
those who died that America might
live; to help, to succor our less
fortunate comrades in arras; to
gunnk and support the bereaved
dependents the suffering families,
the aged parents, the widows, the
orphans of our comrade dead ; to
love all whom they loved ; to honor
the Hag that they honored, nnd to
defend the national unity which they
won. These and these only, arc the
objects and purposes, and the final
cause of the military-charitable order
which we call the Grand Army of
These principles of our order shall
never perish. The eternal cycles of
time How steadily onward. The
generations will pass away. Soon
the last Union soldier will be mus
tered out. This organization will
cease to be. But fair and lovely to
view, dear to the heart of every true
American, shall ever remain "Fkat
ehnity, Charity and Loyalty. "
On these our republic is builded,
and "she shall never perish from
tho face of the earth."
In yonder King-st. cemetery, with
the rhythmic beat of old ocean for his
requiem, sleeps Comrade Haury
Rosk ; yonder under the shadow of
round Top and Tantalus rests Com
rade Jackson Clinton McKay ; and
here at our feet, guarded by these
" everlasting hills," lies the dust of
Comrade J. Batks Dixon brave
men and true, whose warfare is o'er
men worthy of tho honor which
we, as the representatives of Am
erica, pay them to-day. Standing
in the presence of the living and the
dead, with our hearts full of sacred
tender memories, and our eyes with
tears, we are hushed into silence.
"Rest, coniadcs, rest and sleep!
The thoughts of men shall be
As sentinels to keep
lrour rest from danger free.
"Your silent tents of green
AVc deck with fragrant flowers:
Yours has the suffeiinbecn,
The memory shall ho oius."
Stmr Lehua brought 1781 bags sugar,
59 sheep, 20 hogs, 1 horse.
Stmr Jas Makec brought 973 hags of
sugar and illO bags paddy.
Bktnc Grace Rohcits took 7003 bags
Bk Estcllu bring 7411 tons of coal.
She is consigned to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Schr Uilama brought 772 bags sugar.
Schr Nettie Mcrrll, 2119 hags sugar.
Schr Gen Seigcl, GUI hags rice.
Tho steamship "Mnilpo.-a," built by
the Cramps of Philadelphia for the Occa-nk-
Steamship Company of this city,
returned to Philadelphia yesterday, after
a 70-hour trial trip at sea, which was
highly satisfactory. She Is a splendid
sea-boat and the speed attained was H
knots an hour. John D. Sprcckols was
on board during the trial. Alia May 8.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tin: baud played 80 distrinct tunes on
There will lie no music at Emma
Squuro this afternoon.
Tim Band will givo an extra Concert
on Monday evening at the Hawaiian
Tin; Hartford has a hand on boaid.
Wo hope that a milled concert will ho
given before she leaves,
The Combination ticket for tho Boaid
of Engineers IsJohn Nott, Chief ; J.
Doild, 1st; and M, I). MoiiMirrat, 2nd.
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The armless lady goes per Zcilandia
to San Francisco ko that this is probably
tho last day you will have a chaueo of
His Majesty yesterday receded the
Captain and Olllcers of tho Hartford.
They were presented by tho Minister
On Thursday afternoon epiite a crowd
gathered in Huckfeld is Co's yard to
watch a member of tho Eclipse party
taking solar observations
The case against S. Gourlay, Thomas
Walker, J. Watson und G Patterson was
brought up yesterday at tho Pollco Court
and, remanded to the Olh,
Tnr.notc3 to the Piogramme of tho
race published hy tho Kaplolanl Park
association have been somewhat altered
relative to Fares. Rout them eaicfully.
Ills Majesty will ptis'pono, byltoya
Proclamation, the observance of Ka.
inchamelia Day as a Holiday to tho 18th
of June. The Race? will be postponed
to that day.
Tho Hoaul of Management of tho Ag.
rlcultural Society aic very miloiis to
have all applications for space sent in at
once. The erection of sheds, etc., Is to
he commenced today.
In tho windows of Messrs. Williams
&. Co. are a series of well-executed
photographs of Her late Highness Ruth
Kecltkolaul and the hou-o at Katltm In
which hc died as also did hor?.incestor
Kamchumclm the comaicro r.
This day, eleven years ago, our Baud
Master, Prof. II. Berger, arrived hero In
the good old steamship Mohongo; mak
ing the tilp fiom San Francisco to Hono.
lulu in eleven day, which was consl
dered, in those days, a good run.
Tin: ordinances of infant Baptism
and the Lord's Supper will ho ndmlnis
tcred nt Fort St. Church, Sunday morn
ing, and six persons will be admitted to
Church membership. In the evening
Mr. Cruzan will pi each a sermon upon
Tin: ntrcnt of Messrs. Wilder & Co.
write to tlicm from Kohala that two
caes of smallpov have broken out on
Kohala Plantation--a half white named
W. Wrlirht and Ids nephew. Owing to
the strict 1-olntion Kept up and the
other precautions taken no further
eases have occurred and It is thought
tho disease will be stamped out quickly.
On Thurdiy afternoon the, will of
Iter late Highness Ruth Ivcelikolani was
tiled. The hearing i3 set for 22nd June,
when it will be admitted to probitc. Tho
whole real and personal propeity is left
to the Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop, subject
to some small life inteiosts and bequests
to rclainc.-s. Tho will of Chief Justice,
Allen was admitted to pi obntc yesterday.
Some very successful trials have re
cently been made In London, we leant
from our last English papers, of Spnng &
Co's Royal Pneumatic Fire Extinguisher.
No chemicals are used in it nnd It is very
simple. A pound of blazing tar cover
ing a surface of 10 feet by 5 feet was put
out, in 5 to 7 sees. A portion of a wood
en house with furniture and carpets
steeped in parallin and tar in full blaze,
was put out in less than one minute. Our
Fire Department ought to inquire into
Editor Bulletin : An item ap
peared in Thursday's Bulletin
which is not true, nnd as it concerns
a matter in-which I am held respon
sible I ask space for a contradiction.
I refer to the statement that "two
young ladies were almost run over"
by the train on King street, owing
to uno flagman having been stationed
there to gie warning." Now, I
deny that the flagman was absent
from his post. The train crossed
King street four times only on
Thursday last, and eaci time the
flagman was at his proper place and
duly exhibited his flag. Of course,
it is neither his duty nor mine to
compel passers by to look at it,
although wo did our duty in seeing
that it was where it should b?e
been. Neither is it trup that any
one was "almost rn.r, over," for no
vehicle of any kind came any whore
near the train on the day referred
to. I take every precaution to
prevent accidents at the street
crossing, and it is not agreeable to
bo accused of a "criminal negli
gence" of which I am not guilty.
John Kile y, Engineer.
Wo leave tho matter of reply to
our informant who is well-known in
the community. Ed.
Notice to Stockholders.
A DIVIDEND of 75 cents a share up
tho Paukaa Sugar Co's stock is
duo and payable this day at the offlco of
C. BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, June 2, 1888. 417 It
A DIVIDEND of $20 a share upon
tho Wailuku Sugar Co's stock will
bo duo and payable this day at tho oftlco
of O. BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Juno 2, 1883. 417 It
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT tho earnest solicitation of horse
owners, wo sent to tho Coast for a
First-Class Hofse Shoor,
and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
llrst-class mechanic has arrived, and
come3 well recommended from
Leading Shops In the United States.
Wo have, therefore, no hesitation in
staling that all horses sent to qui bhop
will, in future, ho shod in the most
scientific wanner known in modern
Stock that has hcon ciippled hy ehtin.
sy workmen can now bo made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
iWUITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King struct, Honolulu,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for wntcrlng stbek. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Befrigeraton, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
' Absolutely fire-proof. ' i
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market ratei. , '
Rico Cloth,-Patent Bag Holders just tho thing for Rice nnd Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, CaHa'g,6'Xamps:"",'
New Goods constantly arriving. -
Full lines of Plows nnd Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 18th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGuew,
II. A. WmnuANN,
H. R. JlACFAllLAND,
W. G. Iuwin, .
A. S. Ci.r.aiionx,
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary,
Judoes: C. E. Williams, Win. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Kuepeus: F. L. Clark and
Staeteu: Capt. A. B. Hay ley.
CleukofCoukse: Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock.1 Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
Ist-PARK PLATE, Parts $76,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dlc3;,frcc to all; catch weights. . .
2nd LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all ; catch weight.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $160,
Running Raco; ono mile heats; best
2 in 3; free for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 8 in
5 to harness; free for all. '
5th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
hotter record than 1 :57.
Gth-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $125
Trotting Raco; ono mile heats;. best
y in a; tree to all Hawaiian Dree,
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100
Pony Race; ono milo&iSn; open to
all ponies bred in tfc0 Kingdom not
over 14 r.'ands high; c itch weights.
8lh. -RECIPROCITY CUP, Pune$175,
Running Race; one milo heats; best
2 in 3; frco to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; K milo dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
lOlh-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile holts; bc3t 2 in
3 to harness; owncre to drive.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purse $75,
Running Raco; mile dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kaplolanl Park.
12th-EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Raco; ono mile; free to all
horses that have never trotted in any
1 3th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.
Uth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DA8H Purse
15th-GREA8EP0LE, Purse $20,
All horses entered for tho nbovo races
will bounder tho control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo final.
All Running Racer, will he under tho
rules of tho Pacitlc Mood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights,
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will ho under tho
rules of tho Nutlouul Trotting Associa
tion No Pool selling will bo allowed on the
All horses that aro sold in Pools will
be ruled out.
Permits to train horses at tho Purk
Track can bo obtained from tho Secre
tary. In order to secure and maintain order,
no ono will be allowed on tho track
without tho Association badge, which
may be obtained from tho Secretary at
the Park grounds. Badges $5.
Admittance Jo tho Park: Pedestrians
25cts; children under 10 years of ago
free; Hornes nndJHorses and Carriages,
CO cts. to the Park; admittance to Grand
All entries must bo mado under seal,
at the secretary's otlloe boforo 5 o'clock
p.ni. Juno 7th. They wl then bo opened
in presenco of the Committee.
Entrancq'fce 10 per cent off purchase
money, ' ' '
Jockeys' colors must accompany en
Theic must be three entries in all races
and two to start.
At the call of the Bell from the Judgo
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according to the Raco
In all Races where weights arc to bo
can led, Riileis and Driveis arc required
to provide their own weights.
A lew moio Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No ono allowed to sell re
frcshments at the Park unless by pui.
chasing sections which may bo had of
tho secretary at his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gale money will, ho .allowed, to re
cross the bridao free.
All Rules will be strictly enforced'.
The offlcinl Piogramme of'thc Races
can be obtained'from tho secretary on
June 8th. at his offlcc 27'Merchant St.
J. E. WiBEMAy, Secretary.
Honolulu Fire Department.
rnilE ANNUAL ELECTION off En.
-L gineers of the Honolulu Flro Dc.
'partment will take place in tho Euglho
House of Mechanic Engine Co. N. 2,
on Monday Evening, June 4th, 1888."
Polls open from 7 a.m. to U p.m.
C. T. GULIOK, Judgo of Election.
II. Smith, L. Aphaat, Tellers. 417-lt
A. Large Assortment u
(former price $2.G0.)
A. M. MELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will givo such in
formation as will, lead to the conviction:
of tho person or persons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed tho road to
Waiklki, beyong Sunny South, by plac
ing an ox-cart across said rond on tho
night of tho 24th of May Instant.
D. DAYTON,.Dcputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1888. 411
Corner of AUkea and Hotel Streets
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY;,,
Crochet, Embroider, Wrlto, &c,
With Her Toes !
Admission, 35 Cents.
W. E. HERRICK
has uemoved ma
From 110 Fort street,'
TO BETHEL STREET,
opposito the Bethel, next floor to
Dalgle's machine Bhop and Bran's Fur
niture Factory, whero ho will continue
to supply his customers with fall kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning.
TilUnkful for nast fnvnra L hnnna'fnW
I a continuance of tuo earno. .tiMdj
f --.J- 1
r til t .i
.r, T $