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THE COURT illl go Into Full
Mourning tor Her Into Royal High.
iurs tho l'i incest ltutli Keclikolanl
fiom tho tlnlo of this notice, until the
(lay utter tho luucrnl; nml will uar
half mourning from tint time until tho
uphution of two weeks fiom the tiny of
C. II. .TUDD,
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chambeihiln's Olllcc, Iolnnl Palace,
May iilst, 1883. 410
$ Bpailii $nHfiiL
TUKSDAY, JUNK 5, 1883.
This day's doings.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class nt Lyceum at 7:30.
WHAT ARE WE DOING ?
The Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society is likely to be in apilikia
if our citizens do not respond better
to the invitation offered. Hero is
the 5th of June, and the show
coining off on the 12th, and 13th,
and yet but little space for exhibits
has been applied for, except for
horses and dogs. Is this indifference?
Or arc there no poultry, pigs, llow
crs, fruits, etc., in the country that
sue worth exhibiting ? Do people
think that a. show is not needed ?
It has often been said that the
Hawaiian climate is enervating, and
we really think it must be so when
wo find that our planters haven't got
even energy enough to send in an
application for space for their ex
hibits ; and it is just the same with
those who own stock, or have plants,
etc. Is all this money expended to go
to waste for want of cncigy ?
ANGLICAN OHUROH CHRONICLE.
Made its seventh bow to the Hono
lulu public on Saturday. In its lead
ing article, on the critical notices of
the local press, wo think it gives
about as good as it got some of
the hits made are palpable. An ar
ticle on w lint is the reason for exis
tence of the proposed cathedral and
what it ought to be, conies next, and
if its ideas arc carried out none will
rejoice at it more than ourselves.
The usual Church items from all
parts of the globe follow and
we find them full of interest as show
ing how the woik is spieading. The
small portion devoted to Education
contains naught but paragraphs,
and we think that the bpace devoted
to the odds and ends could have
been better filled by original matter.
Given last night by the Roya) Hawaiian
and Hartfoid B.imh was ey successful.
The following programme w.is picscnted.
1 0cituie Silvnnn(ucw) Weber
S Gulnp Wildfiro (new) Faust
a Selection Cox and Box(new) Sullivan
4 Waltz Ida May (new) Pettce
5 Selection Hay makers (new). .Ripley
0 Selection Last Day of rompeii. .Pet-
7 Gavotte Stephanie Clbulka
8 Maioh Comi-ad's Greetings Faust
The Star Spangled Banner.
v Shipping Notes. -
The City of New York arrived in San
Francisco Mny 17th.
Schr Jennie Walker brought 1815 bgs
Schr Emma, 1078 bags of sugar and
20 bbls of molasses.
Schr Mcefoo, 290 (bags rice and ISO
bags of bran.
btmr Mokolil, 1100 bags rice and 120
bags of bran.
Btmr Zcalandin brought 803 pkgs of
mdse, and took away (W03 bags sugar,
411 kegs sugar, 8043 bags lice, 1228 buchs
bauanuB, and 70 pkgs mdse.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Mrt. 8. J. Levey's horse, the Llverraore
Pet, raffled 09 Saturday night, was won
by Mr. II. Macfarf.ine.
On Saturday afternoon at 5 6yok te
Moravian was to sail for tho Coast bu
her crow struck work. The services of
a Hawaiian crew were cnliBted and she
was hauled out In tho stream.
Two boys, on Satin day, were arrested
for dcstioypig tho flowers at the Lima
lilo Mausoleum, near the Kawalahao
Church. They got 10 days' imprison
ment each yesterday morning.
Many of tho through passengcis by
tho Zcalaudia availed themselves of tho
opportunity of visiting tho Pall, afforded
by that vessel's short stay in port. As
many as sixty wero there at ono time
during Sunday afternoon,
On Friday morning a Hawaiian named
Maul, while searching the ruoblsh heaps
at the foot of Alatoa street, found a
wooden box which lie took homo for
firewood. Onbioaklng It up lie found
two small boCH.iii It, each containing
half u-tlozcn white metal limiting case
watches, with mirror dials. They art.
now nt the l'ollco Station awaiting an
.owner, who can have them on moving
owneishlp and paying expenses.
f " -W.
O. Smith & Co., stock brokcis, lc
port the sale of tho follow ln;j stock and
bonds : 500 h ires Patikaa Sugar Co., at
par; 8 slimes Walmnimlo Sng.tr Co., at
SlllOpershaic; and 1500 of Oitoniea
!) per cent bonds.
Tnr.1. M. S. 8. Co. has, wo learn fiom
the A'cw Zealand Herald) ngiccd to the
proposals of tho New South Wales Gov.
ernment nml will, thcicforc, renew tho
mail service contract at the expiration of
the present conduct.
A sub'cilbor diaws our attention to
tho fact that tho small biidgo on Bercta
nia St. beyond Punchbowl St. and uno.
thcr on the Walklkl road beyond the
Sunny South ought to bo repaired. The
timbers rnttle very much as hoises or
vehicles pass over.
Tiik Ewa side of the pathway on Fort
St. above Bcrctanla St. is rather dange
rous for foot passengers nt night us, the
roadway being higher than the house
lots, the ground falls away close to the
fence and leaves a hole.
Tin: Board of Education held a meet
ing on Saturday to di'ouss tho matter
of a unlfoiin sciics of text-books. Scve
ml leachcis in the employ of tho Board,
and others, wero present, by Invitation
of the Board, to give their opinions on
People ought not to be allowed to
pile boxes, etc., on the sheets. Yes
terday moining early, Mr. M. D.M011
sarrat's horse was frightened by u pile
of these, on BereUnla street, and run
into a mule team, brcakirg the shafts.
Later, an express horse was frightened
by the same tiling.
Tiieue was considerable excitement
last night amongst tho members of the
Fiic Department over the election.
Everything went off quietly nhd with
good humour. The following was the ic
sutt Total No. of voters, 383; total No.
of ballots cast, 224. Chief Engineer,
John Nott, 223; James Dodd, 1. First
Assistant Engineer, Wilson, 128; Dodd,
J3; Monsnirat, 1. Second Assistant En
gineer, Monsarrat, 13U; lYliiinian, so.
Latest Foreign News.
The University of London has
conferred medical degress on ladies
The House of Lords refused to
sanction a proposal to open the
Ihitish Museum on Sundnys- Bis
mark's Socialist proposals have been
defeated in the Reichstag Sir John
Pope Hennessey lias gone as
governor to Mauritius El Mahdi
the Soudan false Prophet, has been
again defeated The French consul
lias piesentcd a letter to the Regent
of Annam from President Grcvy
announcing the intention of France
to occupy Tonquin and control its
revenues. An indemnity will be
given in exchange The Pope con
demns the collection of money to
further rebellion in Ireland The
opening of the Fisheries Exhibition
was a brilliant affair notwithstand
Upwards of a hundrca.members of
Parliament have waited 'on Mr.
Gladstone, urging bint to admit
qualified women to tho country;
The Land Leaguers are dismayed
nt the Pope's circular. Mr. Sexton,
M.P., contends) it docs not apply to
Tho Pope has prohibited the
Irish clergy from promoting the
proposed testimonial to Mr. Parnell.
In conccqucncc of tho leccnt
action of tho Popo the supporters of
Archbishop Crake threaten to with
hold their Peter's Pence.
The dynamite faction in New
York have threatened ilia Governor
General nud Premier of Canada.
ntelligenco is to hand that a
definite tre2ty of peace lias been
concluded between Peru and Chili.
The former cedes fiom Taenannd
Arica for a period of ten years, and
at tho expiration of that time a
plebiscite is to bo taken to decide
whether the province shall bo retain
ed permanently by Chili.
St. Petersburg, May 18, Several
officers of tho Imperial Guard in this
city have been arrested charged with
being members of tho secret revolu
London, May 18. Daniel Curley,
tho second of tho PJia'iiix Paik as
sassins, was executed to-day. There
was nil immense crowd of people
olttsitlc the gaol, and much sympathy
was cxpicsscd for the murderer.
Capo Town, May 10. Confirma
tory intelligence has been received
librc regarding affairs in Zululniid,
and tho statement that nn attack
was nindo on Sunday last by Cctc
wayo upon Olium, one of the Zulu
chiefs who refused to acknowledge
the rc-instatcmciit of tho King. It
is now definitely known that Cctc
wa3'o was lepulscd, but the report
that ho auffcied heavy loss has re
ceived no official confirmation.
Tntis, May 10. Various conflict
ing accounts have been published
hero regarding the alleged death of
the Count do Chnmbord, but no
official announcement has yet liccn
Melbourne, Mny ln.--Thc, Age,
to-ttay puuiisiics a special telegram
from London confirming tho an
nouncement of the, dentil of the.
Count de Chnmbord. '"
New Yoik, Mny 10. Information
has been received here to the effect
that n cyclone passed over the States
of Wisconsin, Minnesota,, and llli-'
nois. Many lives were lost,' and
much damage done to property by
London, May 10. It, is bcliccd
that the Pope's iccent decisive action
in reference to Irish affairs is duo to
the instigation of1 Mr. 'EiTington,M.
P., and Cardinals Manning and Mae
Cube. The clergy in Ireland tacitly
nccpiicscc in the decision of His
Holiness, but the 'leaders of the
Laud League assume an attitude of
The steamer Wcstmeath, the pio
neer of the direct service between
England and Auckland, arrived on
May 10th from London,, with 820
immigrants and a number of saloon
and cabin passengers. The West
meath left London on March 17 n
GO days' passage.
It is said that Tnwhiao, the so
called Maori King, intends to go to
England shortly to interview the
Queen. Tawhiao's maim, or power,
has shrunk wonderfully during the
past six mouths, nud since his re
fusal to accept the terms offered by
the Native Minister he has been
ignored by the Government, who
arc treating with the landowners.
Native nffoirs we're never in a
brighter and more promising state
than they arc nt present, nnd the
native ditficulty fairly may be said
to be at an end.
Nicholas, n government; surveyor
lias made explorations in the King
country where no white man lias
ever set foot before. He ascended
the volcano of Tongariro and
found its altitude to be 8,100 feet
.above scalevcl, rind nlso that of
Ruapehu and found at its top a crater
filled with snow. Its altitude is
Tongariro, an active volcano in
the centre of the North Island, was
iii violent eruption on the 2Gth Apr.,
not equalled for thirteen, years past.
The volcano could be seen from
'Napier, on tho Enst Coasts
Considerable satisfaction is ex
pressed at the announcement that
the Pacific Mail Company has con
sented to renew the mail contract on
tho terms proposed by the New
South Wales Government.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 1.
I. O. O. P.
OFFICERS ind.Membors are request
ed to bp In attendances the Re
gular Meeting, to' take plaqe this Tucs
day Evening, June 5th, as business of
importance will come before the Lodec.
J. A. MoKENZIE, Itec. Sec?
AN ERRAND BOY for a Dry Goods
Store. Enquiro ut the ofllpo of
this paper. 410 lw
All Water Kates Now Due
ami owing. mus( bo pad at the olllco of
the Honolulu Water Woiks,
foot of Nuuauu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise tho privilege will be bus.
pended without furiai"" notice.
OHAS. B. WILSOli,
Sup't Water Works'.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1883. 418
To Sly OuHtouiei-tf
AND tho public in general. I beg to
inform you that I havo sold my
horse-shoeing shop to John McLuin, who
hah been in my employ over four yeai.
Thinking you for your favors hereto
fore, I hope you will continue your pat
ronage. Yours very tiulv, ,
418 lw ' O. WEST.
ON Tuesday, the 22nd Instant, a bead
Coiner-picco for' Bracket, tilled in
with salmon colored silk. Finder wllj
iiu iwurucu uy leaving sumo ui mo or
u vv oi una paper. u iv
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where wator is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
- Refrigerator!, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite, Fire Proof Safes &. Boxes
' Absolutely lire-proof.
Lubricating Oils of every description at loweit market rates.
Rice Cloth,-Patent Bag Holdors just tho thing for Rico nnd Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
f , -New Goods constantly arriving.- , 1
Full tines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
t Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 18th, 1883.
Tiic following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGiiew,
H. A. WlUEMANJf,
II. R. SIacfaklane,
W. G. Iuwik,
' A. S. CtxauoiiK,
J. E. WisnsiAN, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Keepers: F. L. Clark and 1
Starter: 'Capt. A. B. Hay ley.
Clerk op Courses Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
Ist-PARK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; ono 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,
Running Race; ono mile heats'; best
2 in 3; free for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
0 to harness; free for all.
5th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; ono mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :57.
6th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLAT, Purse $1 25
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 8; free to all Hawaiian bred
, horse 5.
7th PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; ono milo dash; open to
all ponies bred in.tlie Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; c itch weights.
8th RECIPROCITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
2 in' 8; free to all Hnwaiianbred
h)rbe3. , (
9IH-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $126,,
Running Race; ? miledash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
lOth-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile be.its; best 3 in '
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNAULO PLATE, Purse'$75
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
nave, never run ai napioiani rarK.
12th -EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; ono mile; free to all
horses that Iraye never trotted in any
public race. '
13th-F00T RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $ 10.
Hth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
15th-GREA8EP0LE, Purso $20,
All horses entered for the above races
will be under the control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo final,
All Running Races will be under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blood Horse Associ.
atiou, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will ho under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Assooia.
No Pool selling will bo ullowed on tho
Ali uCr29 that are sold In Pools will
be ruled out.
Permits to train horses at tho -Park
Track can bo obtained from tho Secrc
tary. In order to secure and maintain order,
no ono will be allowed on the Unci;
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secietary at
the Park grounds. Badges $5.
All entries must bo made under seal,
at tho secretary's olllco beforo 0 o'clock
p.m. June 7th. They will then be opened
,lu prcseuco of tho Committee.
Entrance fee 10 per cent oU'purchiibO
Jockoya' colors must ncooinpuny en
There must bo throe entries in all races
und two to btart. I
At the cU of the Bell from the Judges
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according to the Race
In ali Races where weights aio to be
cairiwl, Riders nnd Drivers are required
to provide their own weights.
A foy more Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No ono allowed to sell re
freshments nt. the Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may be had of
thesccrctary ut ills ofllcc.
All Refreshment teams' after paying
first gate money will be allowed to re
cross the bridge free. i
All Rules will be strictly enforced.
Tho official Programme ofthc.Hiices
can be obtained from the secretary on
June 8th. at his office 27 Merchant St.
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SHOP,
No. 10 Fort Street,
Opposite Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.
FULLY ESTABLISHED; the best
practical mechanics in the King,
dom, under tho supcrindendanoe of Mr.
Ned Doyle. Special attention piid to
diseased hoofs and clipped horses. The
new improved and beneficial foot tubs
applied in doctoring horses tho only
shop in the city using them. All work
guaranteed and dono promptly on rea
sonable terms. 418 lv
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give suoh in
formation as will lead to the conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
or caused to be obstructed the road to
Waikiki, beyond Sunny South.by plac
ing an ox-cart across said road on'tho
night of the 24th of May instant.
D. DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1883. 411
A FURNISHED COTTAGE, near tlio
Chinese Church. Enquhe at No.
85 Fort street. 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WEIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT the carne3t solicitation of horse
owners, wo sent to the Coast for a
First-Class Horse Shoer, -
and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
flrstclass mechanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops In the United Slates.
We have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating that all horses sent to our shop
will, In future, be shodjn tho most
scientific manner known In modem
Stock that has been crippled by clum.
sy workmen can now be made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & "WRIGHT,
417 Kiug street, Honolulu.
A Large Assortment
(former price $2.50.)
B2T To bo had at '
A. Mi MI3LLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium ,
W. E. HERR
HAS HEMOVED HIS
fuiu j.iu f pri Bureci,
opposito the Bethel,
next door to
Daiglu's machine shop
niture Factory, where
to supply his customers
find Brun's Fur
ivith all kinds of
Wood and Ivo
Thankful for past fa
a continuanoo of the at
ors. ho hopes for
mc. tlOO d