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THE COURT will go into Pull
.Mourning for Her into Royal High.
iiust tho I'llncess Ruth Kcellkolnnl
liom the ilatoof this notice, until the
ilny nftcr tho rf tinornl ; nnil will weal
half niournlng from Hint time until the
i!plrntioti of two weeks from the ilny of
C. II. .1UDD,
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Ofllce, Iolnnl Palace,
May Hist, 1883, 41fi
fat iaihY IgnlUtitt
THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1883.
Tho following is a. list of what will
bo seen nr, the Show, so far as is
known by the space for the same
hnviug been applied for: 20 head of
cittlc, 50 horses, 10 sheep, 7 swine,
20 specimens of poultry, 17 dogs, 1
ill-kin of butter, 1 cheese, a lot of
German carp, 14 trees, a lot of flow
ers, 12 agricultural implements, ma
chinery, carriages, &c. So far but
little poultry is to bo exhibited, and
neither sugar, sugar-cane, rice, or
bananas have been thought worthy
enough by their cultivators to be sent
in as an exhibit. A more village in
America or Australia could show
more or better than what is on the
above list. Why do not our agri
culturists rouse up ?
of the so called Prize fight is as fol
lows as far as we can learn from the
evidence at the court. On the day
in question Patcrson, an express dri
ver, got drunk. Gourlay, another cx
prcss" driver ,also took a glass or two
of liquor but not enough to make
him any waj near as drunk as Pater
son. They met in the Keystone Sa
loon kept by T. Walker mid quar
relled. One proposed to fight or
wrestle with the other. For the sake
of his license Walker induced them
to go out and have it out elsewhere,
trusting, so he says, that when they
got driving about the air would
cool them down. According to the
stoiy told by the four principals they
went to get a bath. (To do this they
went to Kakaako when the tide was
low and they would have to walk
out some hundreds of yards as the
water there is only up to their knees).
When they got there Patcrson got
out of the carriage while it was go
ing and Walker got out after him.
Then Gourlay and Watson (another
express driver who was with them)
also got out. Patcrson and Gourlay
clinched and fell, Patcrson under
neath. When Walker got Gourlay off
from Patcrson, the latter had his
right leg broken, and a mark of
teeth on his check, and his eye bun
ged and his face bruised. His head
and clothes were covered with blood.
Gourlay's clothes, face and hands
were also bloody, but he had re
ceived no injury. They took Pater,
sou to the house of a native near by,
and washed the blood off him and
then took him home. Now they
claim that all this was the result of
a friendly wrestling match. Of
course, we, with all other sensible
people, believe them.
Monday, Juno 4 Drunks; A,
Ryan, S. Gourlay, Mahuka, Namai
le, David, Kala," Bolario, Aukai,
Nfiihe, C. H. Pomcroy, C. Turner,
forfeited 8G bail each ; Kauaahaha,
forfeited J510 bail. W. Cruz, (old
offender) 7 days imprisonment, and
81 costs. Same, assault and battery,
10 days imprisonment, and 81 costs.
P. Ryan, furious and heedless riding,
lined 85 and 81 costs. Kong Lung
See, and Kong Sai, opium in
possession, remanded to 8th. Wilier,
and Kale, -judicious mischief, 10
days imprisonmeiu, ? &1 costs
PfU'h. Affrnv KnL.ni.lo D. Coil-
nelly, Iniha, and Naiolo, tho ""n,"
two forfeited 810 bail each, and tnJ
latter two were- (hied $5 ami 81
Tuesday, June 5 Drunks ; Pili
po, T, Murphy, forfeited 80 bail
each. Knlepa, iCnnmkanlln, Kaha
hana, forfeited 88 bail each. Kapc
lu, Kamnwni, Iwahaauau, Kimokeo,
Naeole, remanded to Gth. Makalili,
perverting justice nol. proa, Laaini,
and Liloa, affray, fined 85 and 81
costs each. Knni, disturbing quiet
of night, fined 85 and 81 costs. J.
Sullivan, and S. Ladd, furious
driving, remanded to Gth. Kama
kaia, fast riding, forfeited 812 buli,
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l'aawalani, fast riding, fined 85 and
SU costs. Kananultm, assault and
battery, (defendant is old and
childish and unlit to take care of
himself.) lie is allowed to go to
the Lunaltlo Home. Iokca, remand
cd from 2nd, fined 810 and 81 costs.
Alt Slicu, and Kong Lau, remanded
from 2nd. Ah Slicn, vol. proa.
Kong Lau, fined 8150 and 81.30
costs, and sentenced to 3 month's
imprisonment tit hard labour. Appeal
Tno baik Lady Lampson will sail
Saturday for Snn Pranclsco.
Schr Llholtho brought 1,400 bags of
Schr Kckauluolii brought 300 bags of
There nre 051 packages of mcrchnn.
dlso on the Mndras for this port.
Schr Twilight took 3575 bags sugar,
1370 bags rice, and 127 bbls molasses. .
Bark Kalakaua, Capt. Wilier, arrived
last evening, 15 days from San Francis
co. Had line weather during the pas
su go. She brings 1 horse, 2 mules, and
700 tons merchandise.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
"Wc understand that an unusually good
bnse ball match will take plnco on the
4th of July.
We learn that the Hartfoid's challenge
is to bo promptly taken up. Possibly
two other bo.its may compete nt the
A MUinixo of Americans
coming 4th will bo called for
evening nt the Hotel.
Tc-day 570 Chinamen from the Madras
arc to bo landed at the Quarantine Sta
tion. About twenty Hawallans who
have had smnll-pox during former visi
tations have been engaged as guards
Mil. Maccabc begins the series of en
tertainments, which he will give during
his stny here, on Saturday. Prom per
sonal knowledge we can assure our
readers that they ought to go to every
entertainment of the scries.
An advertisement in another column
shows where you can get tho daintiest
meal in the city. Prom actual trial wo
can assure our readers that they could
not want a better meal than can be pro
cured at the Delmonico.
At a regular meeting held by tho
members of Pacific Hose Co. No. 1 last
evening the following election of Offi
cers took plnce. Julius Asch, Porcman;
vice M. D. Monsarrat, lesigned, E. B.
Hopkins, Asst. Porcman; vice Julius
Asch, resigned, J. E. Wiseman, Delegate;
vice T. P. Kennedy, resigned.
. . .
In former days it was the custom for
the attendants of a dead chief to shave
the round spot on the top of their heads.
This custom has the Hawaiian namo of
Macivactva. The other day wo noticed
a man who had performed this operation
out of respect for tho memory of Her
late, Highness, Princess Ruth Kecliko-
What wc predicted the other day
about that bridge, on the Wnikiki road
beyond Sunny South, has come to pass.
A hole has been worn right through the
hoards, and any time wo may expect to
hear of some horse breaking its leg. Of
course tho Government have enough
money left in the TieaMiry to repair it
Yesti:kiay 10,000 bonds were given
to satisfy the cxpeuscs of Quarantine
and this morning at day light tho
Chinese passengers will be lauded at
the Qunrantlno Station In boats from
the Madras. No cargo will bo landed.
Tho vessel itself cannot come inside till
another meeting of tho Board of Health
has been held and more redtapo and
formulas gone through.
The total receipts during the paBt
twelve mouths by the Treasurer of the
British Beijevolent Sooloty have been
81CG0.25, and his disbursements $1157.-
35. During the year, 19 persons have
been relieved, 10 men and 3 women. Of
tlics'j four have been enabled to leave
the Islands, and five have been sent to
tho Queen's Hospital, one of whom
died and three recovered, while the fifth
is still in tho Hospital. There 7 names
now on the relief books.
Yestkhiuy at tho Pollco Court tho
celebrated Prize-fight" caso was tried,
ktwl.fros, was entered against Patur
Mn, andWaUoa, and Walker, and Gour
lay, wero charged with assault and bat-
fntprmi- Tim nvlilptinn wdiivnpi'
tery on .
nurties who were
conflicting, tho im..
-" and tho
engaged in the light telling o
same htory with sundry contradictions,
and the native witnesses who aw all
but tho actual tusslo gave cvidenco that
was wholly Incompatible with tho story
told by tho lighters. Gourlay was lined
825 and costs. Walker was ilfschargod
asthoJudgo caul that, whatever his
own private oplnloiror belief might be,
there was nothing iu tho evidence given
that morning to convict him as ii'i
accessory or principal in the assault
Correspondence is -olicitcd on the top
les of the day, or what may become so
Wc reserve tho right to excise purely
Wo do not hold ourselves responsible
for tho opinions expressed by our cor
KbiTon Bum.utin. The engineer
of the railway was justly indignant
nt the charge that the flagman was
absent from his post on Thursday
last. This is quite so, for, on re
ferring to your paragraph. I sec tho
time that ho was absent was on tho
Wednesday afternoon, and the time
was after 4 o'clock, and nn engine
alone camo along tho track.
Tho Hon. P. Perkins, Minister for
Lands, has received a letter from
Connecticut, asking ns'n matter of
information what prospects Ameri
can immigrants would have in
Queensland, and slating that there
was a huge number of mechanics
and farmers who would like to emi
grate to Queensland.
There is no agitation hen, about
the annexation of Now Guinea. The
action of the Premier seems to have
the tacit acquiescence of the public
of Queensland. The pinch will bo
felt and tho growl heard when the
cost of goVerning the now acquisition
comes on' for Parlimcntary discus
sion. If rumour bo credible a very
singular coincidence lias occurred.
Mr. Romilly, Deputy-Commissioner
under the Pacific Islanders Act, has
arrived in Australia by the R.M.S.
Carthago ; he is said to bo entrusted
with a commission to proceed by a
man-of-war from Sydney, and annex
New Guinea. If this should prove
to have been the case, Mr. Romilly
must have been profoundly aston
ished to find that his commission was
a supererogatory document, and that
the achievement by which ho was to
have been distinguished in Pacific
annals had been accomplished by
another agent. The strangeness is
that Lord Derby and Sir Thomas
M'Uwraith should have been simul
taneously impelled to action by a
corresponding conviction. Sir Tho
mas, being prompt and near to the
scene of action, has carried off the
Sir John O'Shauassy died on May
5. lie was one of the oldest and
most famous of our statesmen
having been in Parliament for over
30 years and Premier of. the colony
three times. His place iu public life
cannot be filled.
The National Gallery and Museum
were opened for the first time on a
Sunday n May G ; and, although the
weather was very boisterous, there
was a very large number of persons
who took advantage of the now
privilege, tho number of visitors
between the hours of half-past 1
o'clock and 5 p.m. being 5700.
Fiist Alpine Tourist: "I say,
Will, are you asleep?" Second
Tourist: "Asleep? No, I should
think not! Hang it, how they bite!'1
First Tourist: "Try my dodge. Light
your pipe, and blow a cloud under
the clothes. They let go directly.
There's a lot perched on the foot-bar
of my bed now coughing like mad."
Notice to Stockholder
OP the Hawaiian Agricultural Comp.
A meeting of the Stockholders will be
held ut tho ofllce of C. Urcwcr & Co., on
FRIDAY next, tho 8th instant, at 10
o'clock a, m.
421 2t J. O. CARTER, Scc'y.
" ON KING STREET,
Is jVow iu Full Blast I
to scrvoLunclips, Dinners, nnd Meals at
nil hours, cooked to order
From 25 to 50 cents.
Board, per week, upstairs $0.00;
invariably in advance.
ICE CREAM, SODAS,
Smokers' luxuries, &c, on hand.
A few reasons why you should Lunch
or Board at Tho Delmonico:
1st Because it is tho first and only
bon.ton Establishment in tho city.
2nd Because the proprietor is nn opl.
euro of renown.
8rd Bccauso tho cusino is managed
by tho only caterer in tho Kingdom.
4th Because tho food served is nour.
'"hing, health producing, nud lit for tho
MACCABE IN rtu.,
Ventriloquist and Character Actor has
arrived, and will give his lirst rcprcscn
tution of his fainoiifJ entertainment
ON SATURDAY NEXT.
Further particulars in futtiro
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Kinchcs wlicio water is required to be raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Pull particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior fluality.
Magueso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowost market rates.
Bice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Kico nnd Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
!New Goods constantly arriving.
Full Hues of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Pull assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEKAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 18th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGuew,
II. A. WlPEMANX,
H. R. Macfahlane,
W. G. Iiiwin,
A. S. Ct.EOIIOUS,
J. E. IVisKSfAN, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. "Williams, "Wm. "Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
TiME-KEErEUB: P. L. Clark and
Stauteii: Capt. A. B. Haylcy.
Clew: of Couiise: Charles Wilson.
Sadduko Paddock: Job. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
Ist-PARK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dlcsj'frce to all; catch weights.
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weighU.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $150,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 8; free for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; frco for all.
Sth-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; one milo dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
belter record thm 1 :57.
6th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $125
Trotting Race; one mile boats; 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 Kinsdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
8lh-RECIPR0CITY CUP, Purso$175,
Running Race; one milo heats; bc3t
2 in 3; frco to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; f milo dash; frco to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
lOlh-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purse $75,
Running Race; milo dash; open to
all horses bred in tho Kingdom that
have never ruu at Kapiolanl Park.
12th-EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; one milo; froo to all
horses that have never trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.
14h-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
15th-GREASEP0LE, Purse $20,
All horses entered for the above races
will be under tho control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo ilnal.
All Running Racer, will ho under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blood llorso Assooi
atioa, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will bo under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Assoola.
No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All horses that aro sold in Pools will
bo ruled out.
Permits to train horses nt tho Park
Track can bo obtained from tho Secrc
In ordor to sccuro and maintain order,
no ono will bo allowed on tho track
without tho Association badge, which
may bu obtained from the Secretary ut
tlio Park grouuds, Badges $5,
All entries must bo mado under seal,
H tito secretary's olllco before 0 o'clock
J " ""I then be opened
p.m. Juno 14. i.iu, ,.
In presence of the Commiitcu.
Entrance fee 10 per cent oil" purchase
Jockeys' colors must accompany en.
J There must bo three entries in nil races
uud two to start.
At the cull of the Boll from the Judge
stand nil Jockeys will promptly bring
their Hor-tcs out according to tho Raco
f'-'dl I'nccs where weights aro to bo
carried, Riders and Drivers aro required
to provide their own weights.
A few more Booths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No ono allowed to sell re
freshments nt tho Park unless by pur.
chasing sections which may be had of
the secretary at his ofllce.
All Refreshment teams after pavlnc
first gate money will be allowed to re
cross the bridge free.
All Rules will bo strictly enforced.
lllfi filllninl Prnrpromrt i. t
can be obtained from tho secretary on
Juno 8th. at his office 27 Merchant St.
.j.jci. wibemak, Secretary
THE CITY SH0EINGSH0P;
no. iu ij'ort street,
OWtelte Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.
PULLY ESTABLISHED; the best
X practical mechanics in tho Kinp.
dom, under tho supcrindendance of Mr.
Ned Doyle. Special attention piid to
diseased hoofs and crippled korses. Tho
new improved nnd beneticial foot tubs
npplicd in doctoring horses tho only
shop in tho city using them. All work
guaranteed and dono promptly on rca
sonablo terms. 413 iy
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 be obstructed tho road to
Waiklkt, beyond Sunny South, by plac
ing an ox-cart across baid toad 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.
80 Port street. 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE !
AT tho carno3t solicitation of horse
owners, we sent to the Coast of ar
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 nil horses sent to our shop
will, in future, bo shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that lias been crippled by clum.
sy workmen cun now bo made to travel,
(tar away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & WRTOTIT
417 King street, Honolulu.
A Large Assortment
(former prico $2.50.)
W To bo had at
A. M. MELMS,
Honolulu Clothing Emporium ,
W. E. HERRICKI
HAS KEMOVED Ills
Prom 110 Port street,
rro Biaxiiinrj stkbejx',
opposlto tho Bethel, nest door to
DaigieW:!.!ne "hop and Brun's Fur
nlturo Factory, whord !e will continue
to supply his customers with all kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning.
' Thaukf ul for past favors, ho hopes for
a conti' 'lanco of the suuie. " 5 aOO U