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THE COURT will go Into Full
Mourning for llcrlato Roynllllgh.
nc!s thu l'i incest Huth Kecllkolaul
from tin' dale of tilts notice, until tho
ilny after the funeral; nntl will wear
half niouriilng from Hint time until the
I'xnlnitlon of two weeks from the tiny f
C. II. JUD1),
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chnnibcrlnln'i! Ofllcc, Ioliinl Palace,
May Hist, 18ii), 410
$ ph M"i
MONDAY, JUNK 4, 1883.
THI8 DAY'S tJOWGS.
Klcction of Fnpinecrs, Honolulu
Fire Department, from 7 to !).
13nnd at Hawaiian Hotel, 7 :30.
Myrtle limit Club, 7 :30.
Aigaroba Lodge, at 7 :30.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.7 :30
The knights Templar
In the coming summer there will
bo held an assembly in tho city of
San Francisco of more than ordinary
importance tho triennial conclave
of the Knights Templar of the
United States. It is estimated that
not less than 40,000 persons will
engage in this pilgrimage. Jixchamje.
It is said the King and a number
of our own knights will go to San.
Francisco in August to help to
swell the 40,000 conclave.
is leprosy Contagious?
This question has just been un
pleasantly raised in Philadelphia, in
consequence of the arrival of a weal
thy planter from the Sandwich Is
lands, who has been a leper for eight
years, and who has journeyed to the
American city for the purpose of
placing himself under a physician
there. This medical man lias evolved
a theory of his own about Jcprosy, to
the effect that the disease is not con
tagious and can only be communi
cated by inoculation. This theory
is opposed to the vast bulk of medi
cal opinion in all ages and in all
climes. But the Philadelphia phy
, sician appears to have the courage
of his convictions, for lie has begun
to make a tour with his pationt
through the United States, with the
object of keeping up the general
health and spirits of tho alllictcd
mau. The American Press is not
unnaturally discussing the question
how far any physician is justified in
turning a man smitten with leprosy
loose upou the community ; for if he
should sow the seeds of this terrible
disease wherever he goes, the conse
quences will not be limited to the
disappointment of the Philadelphia
doctor in his theory. Leprosy has
always been believed to be highly
contagious in all Asiatic countries
and on the Levant, where it makes
its home, and it is also now so held
by the modern physicians who have
charge of the hospitals for lepers in
Tacadie, the Sandwich Islands, and
Louisiana. Dr. Joseph Jones, pre
sident of the Louisiana Board of
Health, made only two years ago an
exhaustive report on the extent of
the disease in that State, proving
incontcstnbly that it was not only
hereditary, but contagious. Nurses
and priests who have been brought
but momentarily into contact with it
, have fallen victims to tho disorder.
London Times, April 18th.
Wednesday. May pO Pclapela,
Knmaka, disturbing quiet Cl night,
Pclapela, fined 85 and $1 costs, l(w
niaka, forfeited 810 bail. T. Sliney,
drunk, forfeited 80 bail. Ahii,
remanded from 14th, remanded till
moved on. Kimo, rcmnnded from
29th, fined SO nnd 83.50 costs.
Thursday, May 01 Drunks: Ah
Ki, and Keoki, forfeited 80 bail
each. Ukhj. assault and battery,
lined 85 nnd 83.30 costs.. W.
Hamsay, nnd Kipi, affray, reprim
anded and disehoged. A. Morgan,
remanded from 2Uth, fined 815 and
1 costs, nnd 21 hours imprison
ment. K. Mooncy, assault and
battery, lined 810 and 81 costs.
Friday, June 1 Ikaia, an insane
person, committed to Insuno Asylum.
Knhcohinc, nnd J, Alapai, drunks,
lined 810 and 81 costs each. G.
W. Kclley, driving a horse and dray
faster than a walk, found not guilty
and disclmrge. J. Morris, assaiili
and battery, lined 85 and 83 costs.
S. Gourlay, T. Walker, J. Watson,
G. Paterson, remanded from 25th
Way,' ic-renmndetl to CtU June,
Saturday, May 2 A. rtotimi,
dniiik, lined $10 and $1 costs. Io
kca, furious nntl heedless, driving
cndnn&crintt life, reninndcd to 4tli.
Ah Slictt, and Kong Lau, having
in possession, remanded to
For the month of May, 1883:
Under 1 year....
Frun 1 to 5a . . .
From Olo 10....
Fiom 10 to SO...
Fiom 20 to HO...
Fiom 40 to fit).
From f0 to Ml.
From (!0 to to.
Portucuoe. .... 0
I SS Islanders.... 2
Convulsions .... 4
Consumption. .. !)
Heart disease... 4
Intl'm stomach... 1
Old age il
Number unattended 15
COMPAll.VTIVK -MONTHLY MOllTAI.tTY:
May, 1878 43 May, 1881. .7.. .1)8
May, 1871) 50, May, 1882 51
May, 1880 47 May, 1883 03
J. II. Bitowx,
Agent Board of Health.
Stmr Zcnlnntlln left Sydney May 17th,
arrived at Auckland on 21st and balled
on 22nd at 0 p.m. Had Hue; weather and
head wind. Arrived at Honolulu June
3, at 11:25 a.m.
llktno Klikit.it will sail Wednesday.
The schr Twilight camo from Maltu
kona to, this port in 13 hours.
Stmr Ktlauca I'lou brought 815 bugs
of sugar and 20 bags potatoes.
Schr Wailelc brought 1250 bgs sugar.
Schr Ehukal, 414 bags sugar.
Stmr AVaimaiinlo, 105 bags sugar.
Stmr Iwalani, 3070 bags sugar.
Schr Mnnuokawai, 011 bags sugar.
Stmr C 11 Hishop, 2010 bags sugar, 21
hides, and 4 hogs.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The great McCabc has arrived.
The Hartford and Hawaiian Bands
play at the Hawaiian Hotel to night.
It Is a shame that express drivers
should be allowed to use the very small
native ponies, to draw the largest kind
of express wagons.
Atjout 12 o'clock Friday night Officer
Mehrtens made a successful raid at the
Chinese Theatre, capturing two China
men, some opium and some money.
Mr.ssns. Lyons & Levey'-s sale of
Furniture on Friday was very sucessful.
It was honored by the presence of 1113
Majesty who was attended by Col. Geo.
Tun caretaker at the ltoyal Schools
who Is also a policeman, on Friday
found a loaded pistol in the possession
of one of the scholars named Llloa. He
had intended to lire it at his teacher,
who hat) punished him before.
Tin: total on the tbath Hot for last
moitth would have been much smaller
were it not that several came in from
Plantations, etc., on the other islands and
so helped to swell the death list of Hono
lulu. 'Tin: Madras was entered at the
Custom House on Saturday, Mr. Hendry
going out Into tho harbour in a boat
aceompained by Mr. Dayton to take the
captain's depositions. She brings 778
packages to this port of tea and general
We would like to ask the Advertiser
reporter who, at the G. A. It. banquet the
other night, gave personal reminiscences
of tho wars of 1813 and 1770. Perhaps,
however, tho report was written ares
rotifer which may bo freely translated
after thu soup.
Somktimkm natives are blamed for
keeping their dogs In a very dirty con
dition but one owned by 11 foreigner on
Fort street is so infested with ticks that
if 11 Society for tho prevention of
cruelty to animals were la existence
11'Crp; t.lio case would be brought under
Eaw.y on Saturday morning an express-driver
named Iokcn, knooJ.'6u
down nnd drive over an old Hawaiian,
woman aged about CO at the comer of
King and Nuuanu streets. lie was
driving at a very high" rato of speed and
tho old dame hadn't time to get out of
the road. Ho was brought up at tho
Police Court, and remanded to thu 4th.
As far as can bo ascertained the old
lady hasn't received any very serious
- i. ii-".
Thu Annual Meeting of the British
Benevolent Society was hold on June 1st
188a. Tho following nao tho ofllccrs for
tho ensuing year: Major Wodchouse,
President;. Rev. A. Mackintosh, Vice
President; A. S. Cloghorn, Treasurer;
Jus. A. Kennedy, Secretary; Helief Com,
Messrs Thco. II. Davlcs, II. Stirling,
Alex Young, Geo. Lucob, and G. Rhodes,
Treasurer's Report showed an expcndl.
lure during the year ending May 21 '83,
u'niouutlng to $1460.110, leaving n balance
on linn'tl of $1100.87, with which to carry
on tho relicf'of the present year. A spc.
clal meeting Is called for Monday even
ing June 11th at the Hrltlsh Club, to
consider the adoption of certain By Laws
to bo pioposed.
Axotiiku Supplement for the gratl.
llcatlon of our lenders, Colonial News,
London Gossip. The Condition of
llusln by an KnglMi member of
Parliament, What led to the Annexation
of New Guinea, A Disastrous Celebra
tion, New Caledonia, Chinese Lotteries
dcscilbcd. Heel do for u new Oil for
protecting metallic substances from at
mospheric liilluenees, and thu usual
miscellany, form Its contents. It Is
worth readlrg ami pre crying.
Ox Friday and Saturday alturnoon tho
remains of her late Highness Kccllkola
nl wero lying In state at her
residence, Kaakopim. The body was
laid In one of the uinuka rooms on a
blor draped with black, on which was
embroidered the Hawaiian Standard,
surmounted by a gold crown. Lets were
strewn over it, and 0 Kahili bearers
guarded the remains. Ensigns of chiefly
rank in the sliupe of enormous kaliHls
stood two at the head of the cotllu and
one at cacii sine. Manners ot jia
walians and foreign residents have
been to pay their respect to the memory
of the deceased. Oil Filday afternoon
the pupils of the Ivawniahao Seminary
came In a body. On Saturday the mem
bers of the Kawalhau Club sang several
song, composed by the late Prince Lo
lelhoku. A Parisian is projecting a scheme tf a
" Spoken Journal," He is to hire a hall,
and the day's life of the city will be told
by speakers every night. First, the
solemn talker is to discuss politics in
concise and clever language. Then the
general newsman; the speaker giving
exact and the latest items. For instance:
" I went down to the house in such-and-such
11 street where a husband had shot
his wife with a revolver. Tho hair of
the victim was such a colour, the wounds
were so deep. I ascertained nil the facts
myself." It is reckoned this would be
very interesting. An obituary-man will
keep tho death anecdotes posted up; and
a lady would give the .society 'news, tell
ing of las night's, ball, and the latest
divorce. The llnancc editor would give
a few words of advice to speculators;
and the dramatical-man, under police
protection, would speak of the play. A
speaking advertiser would finish up, and
produce on the platform witnesses who
had been benefited by pectoral syrup or
sugar-coated pills. Each speaker would
he fully armed. Sydney Bulletin. We
nave nun aircauv in uonoiuiu.
Latest Foreign News.
A second Suez Canal Is to be con
structed. Queen Victoria is able to
walk a little. Tin. French Government
are fitting out a big expedition to Ton
quiii Germany has made a commercial
treaty with Madagascar. Brady was
hanged May 14. Kelly has been re-trl-ed
Bismaric is exhausted by constant at
tacks of neuralgia. 00,000 troops are be
ing massed at Moscow. The Standard
Oil Works at New Jersey City were
struck by lightning; a million barrels of
oil burnt; po rsons killed.
A DRAFT, on or about tho 27th April,
No. 852, for $31.74, in favor.of G.
W. Norton, nnd drawn by E. HolTmon,
of Ea3t Maui, on C. Brewer & Co. Pay
ment stopped. A reward will be Riven
on returning the same to Cuami IIono,
No. 40-Nuuanu Btreet. 418 lm
To My Customers
AND the public in goncral. I beg to
inform you that I have sold my
horse-shoeing shop to John McLain, who
has been In my employ over four years.
Thanking you for your favors hereto
fore, I hope you will continue your pat
ronage. Yours very truly,
418 lw G. WEST.
THE CITY SHOEING
No. 16 Fort Street,
Opposite Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.
FULLY ESTABLISHED; tho best
practical mechanics in the King
dom, under tho superindendnnce of Mr.
Ned Doyle. Special attention piitl to
diseased hoofs and clipped horses. , The
new improved and hcnellcial foot tubs
applied In doatoring horses tlio only
shop In the city using them. All work
guaranteed and done promptly 011 rcn
sont.!.'!0 terms. 418 ly
THE undersigned having purchased
of Messrs. A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
thu Storo nnd Stock of Goods, at Pallida,
Hawaii, will henceforth carry ou thu
bubluess for himself, and hopes to merit
and secure the generous' patronage ac
corded to his predecessors.
413 lw T. C. WILLS.
THE undersigned have sold their storo
and stouk of goods at Pahnhi, Ha.
wall, to I'. C. Wills, and would oak for
u contiuuunco to our biiccessor of thu
generous patronage hitherto bestowed
A. S. OLEGIIORX & Co.
ON Tuesday, tho 22nd instant, a bead
Corner.pieco for Bracket, filled in
with salmon colored silk. Finder will
bo rewarded by leaving same at thu of
fice of this paper, 411 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Mro Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils oi evory description at lowest market rates.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rice and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriages Lamps'.
ISTew Goods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 18th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dr. J. S. McGituw,
H. A. AVidi:maxn,
II. It. Macfamank,
W. G. Inwix,
A. S. Cluohoiin,
J. E. Wisemax, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. Williams, Win. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Keevers: F. L. Clark nnd
Starter: dipt. A. B. Hayley.
Ci.erk or Course : Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence nt 10 a.m.
Ist-PABK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; 0110 mile dash; 4 hur
dies; free to all; catch weights.
2nd-LEAM CUP, Purss $25,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purso$150,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; ficc for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
0 to harness; freu for all.
5th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse$100,
Running Race; one mile dabhjfor
Hawaiian bred horses not-haviug a
better record than 1 :57.
6th-LUNAMA'KAAINANA PLATE, Purse $125
Trotting Race; one mllo heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; one mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over l4 hands high; catch weights.
Oth-RECIPROCITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
m 111 a; ireo to all Hawaiian urcu
9th-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purso$125,
Running Race; K, mile dash; tree to
all Hawaiian bred' horses two years
lOth-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
1 1th-LUNALILO PLATE, Purse $75,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapioliini Park.
12th-EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; one milo; freu to all
horses that have never trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. mau $10.
Uth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
16th UREASE POLE, Purso $20,
All horses entered for tho above races
will ho under tho cotitrol of tho Judges,
andthoir deolsion will be final.
All Running Races will be under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blood Horso Assoc!.
atlon, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will bo under tho
rules of the National Trotting Assocla
tiou No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
Park grounds. '
AH horses that oro sold In Pools will
bo ruiL-u Slit.
Permits to .train horses at tho Park
Track can bo obtained from the Secre
tan'. In order to secure and maintain order,
no one will bo allowed on the track
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secretary at
thu Park grounds. Badges $5.
All entries must be mtidu under senl,
at tho secretary's otlleo boforo 5 o'qlook
p.in. Juno 7th. TJioy will then bo opened
In presence of thu Committee.
Entrance feo 10 per ceut otl'nurchaso
Jockeys' colors must accompany en.
Thcro must bo throo entries in all races
and two to start.
At the cU of tho Bell from the Judge
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according to the Race
In all Races where weights are to bo
carried, Riders and Drivers arc required
to provide their own weights.
A few more Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No one nllowcd to t-cll re
freshincnls nt the Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may bo had of
the secretary at his ofilcc.
All Refreshment tennis nftcr paying
first gate money will bo allowed to re
cross the bridge free.
All Rules will bo strictly enforced.
The ofllcinl Programme of the Races
can be obtained from tho secretary on
J line ,8th. at his otllce 27 Merchant St.
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
Honolulu Fire Department.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION of En.
giuecrs of the Honolulu Fire De
partment will take place in tho Engine
House of Mechanic Engine Co. Ne. 2,
on Monday Evening, June 4th, 1883.
Polls open from 7 a.m. to 0 p.m.
C. T. GULICK, Judge of Election.
H. Smith, L. Aphnat, Tellers. 417 It
A FURNISHED COTTAGE, near tho
Chinese Church. Enquire nt No.
80 Fort street. 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & "WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE !
AT the carno3t solicitation of horse
owners, wo sent to the Coast for a
First-Class Horse Shoer,
'and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops in the United States.
Wo have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating that all horses sent to our shop
will, in future, be shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum
sy workmen can now bo made to travel,
ifar away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
LWHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street, Honolulu.
A Large Assortment
(former price $2.50.)
J3T To be had ut
A. M. MELLIS,
Honolulu Clothing Emporium,
W. E. HERRICK
UAS ItEMOVED HIS
From 110 Fort street,
TO BEXIIEJIj TK13I3,X
' opposlto the Bethel, fioxt door to
Daiglu's machine bhopand Brim's Fur
nlturo Factory, where Sio will continue
to supply his cubtoniersAvith al kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning:.
Thankful for past fu'vors, he hopes for
a contiuuunco of thu kiiwc. wq a