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THE COURT Mill go Into Full
Mourning for Her Into Royal High.
ncs1 the Princess Ruth Keillkolnnl
from tho ilntc of this notice, until llic
day after the funeral; niul a111 near
half mourning from tlmt time until the
up1iiitlon of two weeks from the day of
C. II. JUDI),
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chaiuhcilnin'ri Office, Iolnni Palace,
May Mat, 1883. -J 10
fy nilu lntlcii
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Ciish Sale, at Sales Room
of Lyons & Levey at 10, at which a
lot of Elegant Furniture will bo
Meeting of Stockholders II. A. C.
''Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, ut S o'clock.
Musical Society, Practice, YMCA
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Benefit Union, at 7:30.
We like the article on "Criticism,"
in the Anglican Church Chronicle,
so well that we have rend it a second
time. It is so kind, so pleasant, so
friendly, and withal so candid and
outspoken. Beside all this, it is, in
the main, sound and just. But
there is just one thing in it which
seems to us a little inconsistent a
trifle contradictory. In the first
place, the "petty strife and personal
invective, the raking up of anteced
ents, and unjust criticism," prac
tised by Honolulu newspapers, arc
alluded to and deprecated. So far
so good. And yet farther on it is
said that "no city or town in the
world can produce newspapers purer
in language, healthier in tone,
readier to recognise the truth of
religion, more liberal towards re
ligion, more anxious for the promo
tion of good morals, and more eager
to assist individuals and corpora
tions than our Honolulu news
papers." This is certainly very
high praise, and must be extremely
gratifying to our editors and pro
prietors, But, how to leconcile
"petty strife" and "unjust criti
cism" with a "healthy tone" is what
puzzles us. Or to be more explicit,
we cannot percchc how any news
paper which is guilty of engendering
"petty strife" and indulging in
"unjust criticism" cau be said to
have a "healthy tone," although the
"purity" of its "language" may be
unquestionable. But perhaps our
friend, tho Church Chronicle,
simply means that Honolulu news
papers, notwithstanding certain in
dicated def cts, arc quite as good,
in certain indicated matters, as the
newspapers of any other "city or
town in tho world." If so, we have
no wish to criminate ourselves by
attempting to disprove bis testimony.
The Aniciican ship Oraclo was caught
In a hurricane, d liven ashore and sunk
on the third day near Cape Horn. The
Captain mate and live men were two
days and nights in nn open boat, and
rescued by a German bark, 17 persons
of the company left on au islund near
the Cape, and relief sent from Val
paraiso. Tin: Alia hays that tho Mariposa's
and the State of California's, tho fastest
steamer of the Pacific, tilal trips were
identical in distance, time, and rate of
The hktnc W. II. DJmond, dipt.
Houdlett, arrived yesterday, i days
fioin SanFinnelsco. She bilngs 4 horses,
10 hogs, and 8,175 pkgs mdso. She Is
consigned to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Stinr Jas Mnkeo brought 1,250 baga of
Migur, 101 sheep and 1 horse.
Stmr Wnlninnalo biought COO bags of
.Stmr Mokolii brought 200 hides
OiiWednesdnyaftcrnoonnh tho Jennie
Walker was going out of tho harbor
she got aground, but was soon got oil".
LOCAL & GENERAL, ITEMS.
O.v Monday last a roller was broken
at Haiiainaiilu mill but fortunately they
hud a spare roller, so that work was
only stopped a day.
The other night at tho Post Ofllce a
gentleman lost a valuable diamond ring
worth about '00. Ho hud not mibsed
it when it was found and bo when it was
leturned to him ho rcwaidcd the tinder
Ouu thanks nic due to Messrs. .1' M.
Oat jr. iV Co., for Lite papers per W. II.
Messis tijons & Levey will offer nno
thcrlotof bpleudld English-made fur
nlture, at their sales lonm to-day.
Tin; attention of lhoo who Intend to
bo chlbitois at the Agricultural ami
Ho tleulturfll Show Is dhected to tho
advertisement we publish tills morning.
Titosr. of our rendcu who lnycn't yd
paid their watci-iatcs will do well to
read tho notice from the Superintendent
of waterworks in another column. He
promises to faithfully carry out his c.
Yr.sTEUDAV a circular was can led
round to bo signed by persons wishing
to stai t a society for tho Prevention of
cruelty to nnlinals in the city. It is
announced that .i meeting w 111 bo called
shortly. We hope to sec such a Society
.started on a good basis.
Yr.sTKUD.VY inoi ning an express was
being dihcn alom; Merchant street,
when tho hor.se took fright at a wheel
barrow, and began to i car and plunge
finally breaking the Miaft. The dilver,
S. Ladd's, smart handling of the llb-
bons alone prevented a .soilous accident.
Tun Alfa of the 24th May states that
Ex-congiessnian (). L. .Spalding of
Michigan, special agent of the U. S.
Treasury B. K. Tingle, and J. 13. Sarlcs
jr., of New Yoik, forming a sugar
commission to inyestlsat'j the charges of
fraudulent cany sugar into tlie port of
S.ui Franclsed from tho Hawaiian
Island", had arrived in Frisco.
Wkdxksd.vy nftei noon at about -1.30,
a dispute arose between a native boat
boy and a sailor from one of the vessels
lying the harbour at the boat lauding.
They fought for about 20 minutes when
tho bystniulcis separate J them. Con
siderable exclteni n kept up amongst
tho large crowd for a'lout half-an-hour
longer. The combat nits finally separ
ated pi omislng to light again for 100
abide at a fiituic tunc. No Policeman
showed up the whole time.
Where were the Nihilists?
THE CZAR AND HIS PEOPLE.
Moscow, May 22. The weather
this morning for the entry into Mos
cow by the Czar was splendid. The
whole route from the Petroffsky Pa
lace to the Kremlin, four and one
half miles, was crowded with people.
At every point the Imperial stand
ards w'crc displaj'cd and the balcon
ies were bung with gay colored ma
terials and Russian colors. The
only foreign colors allowed to be
displaj'cd are those over the various
embassies along the road which tho
procession traversed. There are one
hundred Venetian masts from which
bauncis are flying. All the domes
and spiics of the buildings in the
city are decked with flags. Thou
sands passed tho night' out of doois
so they might secure good places to
witness the procession. A multi
tude of persons thronged the
churches, praying for the safety of
The Czar left Petroffsky Palace at
noon and reached the Kremlin at 12 :
50 o'clock. There was a slight fall
of rain during the march of the pro
fession, but otherwise the affair was
a complete success. The enthusiasm
of the people along the route was
The signal for the starting of the
procession was the firing of artillery
and ringing of the bells of the Cathe
dral oi tue Assumption, un ttie
Emperor mounting, other salutes
were fired. The'ordcr of procession
was as follows :
Tho chief officer or police and twelve
Private escort of tiro Ernporor.
First squadron of Cossacks of the guard
and one squadron of diagoons.
Mounted Ablatio deputations.
Representative of (ho nobility.
Court servants, couriers and huntsmen.
Master of Ceremonies, in a cuniagc
drawn by six horse?, and follow
by large numbers of court
officials and their suites.
Foreign princess ,
Members of the Council of tho Empiro.
Grand Mnishal of tho Court.
bnu'iJ.ron of. Chevalier Guards.
Tho Emperor, ou horsebaok, followed by
tho Minister df War (jnd Alde.de.
camp, tho CzWdWioIi mid
After nil tho male members of the Im
perial family, who wero on horse
buck, c.imo the Empress, accom
panied by tho Giand Duch
ess Xenia, in a state
carriage drawn by eight horses, n groom
leading each horee, equerries on
either side of the carriage, moun
ted pages and grooms
Then came statu carriages containing
tho Grand Dunlicsses,
A squadioa of cuirassiers.
A regiment of guards.
Ladles ot honor In cariiagcs.
A squadron of lancers of tho gtiaul,
The Mayor and deputations of
tindcsmcu joined the procession at
the old triumphal arch of tho mar
shals. The pobility of Warsaw nutl
several other disliicts did homage'to
the Emperor ut Evei'skuyft place.
The Civil Governor, tho Judges niul
other city olllccrs received the Em
peror at the Gate of the Resurrec
tion, where bis Impciial Majesty
and the Grand Dukes and Empress
nlighted and knell In prayer before
thc pictuic of the Vhgin. The
Archbishop of Win saw received their
Majesties nt the steps of the Cathc
dial of Assumption with n cross and
Holy water. At this point tlio cheer
ing of the people was perfectly deaf
ening. The procession then entered
The Emperor woie the uniform of
n general nnd was mounted on a
splendid charger. He rode a little
in ndvancc of foui'gcncials who wete
directly attending him. He main
tained a calm demeanor all through.
He often smiled graciously in re
sponse to tfio wild enthusiasm which
greeted him nt every point. Cheer'
upon cheer followed each other in
cessantly from the densely packed
multitude on the streets and from
the thousands of people in the bal
conies and Windows. Tile Empress
was greeted with every mark of en
thusiasm and loyalty. Her daugh
ter, the Grand Duchess Xenia, thicw
kisses to the people. The mounted
grand dukes formed a vciy brilliant
group. The Asiatic deputations were
also magnificently attired. Tho state
carriages were splendidly decorated,
and the whole was mo3t gorgeous.
Tho entire route was lined with
troops. At the moment the cortege
entered the cly a, salute of 71 guns
was fired froth Tsnilkala Palace.
The Empeior woie the broad blue
ribbon of the Order of St. Andrew
over his uniform. The Empress and
Grand Duchesses woie thc; national
Russian dresses. After entering the
Kiemlin the court olllccrs presented
their Majesties with bread nnd salt
on plates of silver and gold. When
their Majesties retired bells pealed
and a salute of 101 guns was fired.
At this point the enthusiasm of the
multitude and the playing of the
bands produced a great effect. The
general verdict was that the pageant
was a great success.
The streets through which the pro
cession passed were badly paved.
The Duke of Edinburgh rode in the
rear and on the left of the Czar. The
The Duchess of Edinburgh satin the
second coach from that in which was
the. Empress. In the Red square
fi,000 school children in white robes
sang "Life for thfrCzar."
General Sturm, head master of
ceremonies, was thrown from Ids
horse and had his skull fractured?
Berlin, May 22. A report, which
is not yet confirmed, comes from St.
Petersburg that previous to the
departure of thc Empeior for Mos
cow, an explosion occurred under
the washstand apd, in the fireplace in
his dressing-room, but nobody was
injured, the Emperor and Empress
being in the dining-room at the time.
A Nihilist emissary from Russia
has been arrested in South Bavaria.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey,
This Day, Friday,
June 8th, at 10 a. m., at Sales Room,
Regular Cash Sale
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Sots Single Harness,
And a lot of
Elegant Furniture !
Mirrors, Toilet Glasses, ,
Lounges, &'c, &c, &c.
' ALSO, t .
Sacks of Corn and Sugar,
And Kerosene Oil,
Lyons fc Levey, Auctioneers.
Itoyal Hawaiian Agricultu
ral Society. '
Notice. to Exhibitors.
NO entries of Horses, Cattle, or.otlicr
exhibits, except Plants and Flow
ers can bo recolvol after 4 p. m. on Sat
urday, Juno Oth,
Entries for tho Horticultural Show
may be mado up to noon on Monday,
Juno 11th, '
Notices of entry should bo sent to the
t;2!co of tho vmdorslgncd, 00 Portst.,
lioiidluiii. Tills notice docs not apply
to entries ported on tho other islands.
423 5t J. 8. VEBB, Berretary.
Fourth of July
A MEETING will bo held at the Ha
waiian Hotel, ( , ,
On Saturday, Juno Oth,
at 8 o'clock p. m., fpr tho purposo of
making arrangements for celebrating
The coming 4th of July.
,AH Americans resident and sojourning
In Iloiiplulu aro icuuested to attend. .
H. W. LAINE,
Com. G. VT, De Long Poat No. 45.
i'i'i St Dcpt.,of Cal. G. A, K,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Suitable for Stock Handles where water Is lcqulrcd to he raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Pull particulars and estimates furnished.' , .'
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market rales.
Klcc Cloth, Patent B ig Holders Just tho thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential 'Pulley Blocks, CdrriagTLampsT 1
New Goods constantly arriving.. vt ,3
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware, .. , 'q
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
K APIOL ANI PARK,
JUNE 18th, 1883.
The following gentlemen wlll"com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. .1. S. McGnnw,
n. A. WinEMAKN,
II. R. Maoi'ahi,ani:,
W. G. InwiN,
A. S. Ct.KGHOllK,
J. E. Visemax, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. "Wlllinms, Win. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
TiMK-KiiEr-Eits: F. L. Chirk nnd
Stakteii: Capt. A. B. Haylcy.
ChKKK ok CouitsE: Charles WiUon.
Saddling Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
Tho Races will commenco at 10 a.m.
Ist-PARK PLATE, Purss $76, v '
Hurdle Race;' one mile dash'; 4 hur
dies; froo 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; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
C to harness; freo for all.
5lh KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purso$100,
Running Race; one milo dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1:57.
6th LUNAM AKAAIN ANA PLATE, Purso $ 1 25
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bied
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100,'
Pony Raco; ono mile dash; open to
nil .ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
81h-RECIPR0CITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
2 in 3; freo to "all Hawaiian bred
9th GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purso $125,
Running Race; $1 mllcdash; freo to
all Hawaiian bred horses .two years
old. '' b,j ,4
10th-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Raco; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to haincss; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNAULO ?LATE, Purse:$'75,
Running Race; mile dasnjop'en to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolanl Park.
12th-EXPRESS'CUP, Purse $50, '
Trotting Raco; ono mile; freo to all
horses that have never trotted in any
public race' J
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.' v
14th BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DA8H Purse
1 Stn-GREASE POLE, Purse $20, ,
All horses entered for tho above races
will boundor the control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo final. . '
All Running Races will be under tho
rules ofitha Pacific Blood Horso Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to.carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will be under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Associa.
tioii , ,
No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
Park grounds. ,
All hoises that aro sold in Pools will
bo ruled out.
Permits to train horse3 at tho Park
TT2CK Can be obtained from tho Secre
tary In order to secure and maintain order,
no ono will bo allowed on "tho track
without tho Association bodge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secretary at
tho Park grouuds. Badgoi $0, " t
All entries must bo mado under seal,
at the secretary's olllco boforp 5 o'clock
p.m. Juno 14. They will then bo opcucd
in presence of the Committee.
Entrance feu 10 per cent off purchaso
Jockeys' colors muit nccompany en.
Thero must be thrca entries in all ruccs
and two to start, '" "
At tho cali'of tho Boll from tlie Judge
NEW GOODS 1
n i" Vr,ft ' A
stnnd nil Jockeys will promptly bring
their lloiscs out according to tho Race
In all Races where weights nrc lo bo
oarrk-d, Riders and Drivels are required
to provide their own weights.
A few more Booths to Rent, 20 foot so.
beciion $10 No ono allowed to sell re.'
fieshmcnts nt the Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may be had of
the secretory at his ofllce.
All Refreshment tenms after parinc
first gate money will be allowed to re
cross tho bridge free. , i
All Rules will be strictly enforced.
Tho official Programme of Ihc Races
can bo obtained from the secretary on
Juno 8th. at Iris office 27 Merchant Si.
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SHOP,
No.,10 Fort Street,
Opposite. .......... .'.Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.
PULLY ESTABLISHED; the best
X practical mechanics in the Kimr.
dom, under tho superindendancoof Mr.
Ned Doyle. Special attention piid to
diseased hoofs and crippled horses. The
now improved and beneficial foot tubs
applied in doctoring horses the only
shop in the city using them. All work
guaranteed and done promptly on rca.
sonable tongs. J 418 ly
50 BBWABD '
WILL BE PAID,tov any' person, or
persons who will givo such In
.formation as will lead to tho convictions
of tho' person or personswli6Jolj3tructed'
or caused to bo obstructed thftroadto
Wttiklki, beyond Sunny South, b plac-,
iug an ox-curt across said road'on tho'?
night of the 24th of May instant.
tt , , D;PAYJ0N DePuty Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1888. 411
To lot, ,
A FURNISHED COTTAGE, near tho
Chinese Church. Enquire at No.
85 Fort stieet. 4i
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I,
T the earneU sollcitatioji bfc horse
uuurswe aeni 10 uip Coast of ar
First-Class Horee Shoer,
and FJoorman. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has arrived, and
comes .well recommended from. '
Leading Shops in the United Suites.
Wo have, therefore, no hesitation in
in ? t,,at a" horses sent to our shop'
. "iS fnture. be shod In the most
scientific manner known in modem
Stock that has been crippled by plum,
sy workmen can now be made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
IWHITMAN & WRIGHT,'
417 King street, Honolulu.
A Large Assortment
-" Atai.75. .-
(former price $3.50.) .
A. M. HELMS, ,
41! , Honolulu ClotldngjEmporlum,
W. E. HERRICKI
HAS HEMOVKD IllJSt
From 110 Fort street, '
TO maXHUli STJEUdET
opposito tho Bcthc, noxt door to,
Dalglo's machine shop and Bran's Fur
nlturo Factory, where ho will contlhuo
to supply his customers with all kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning
Thankful for past favors, ho Uopcs'fdr
a conttauauco oftlio same, "WO'd,"