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THE COUHT will go into Full
Mourning for Her late Royal High
ness thu Piincess Huth KullUolnni
from tho date of this notice, until the
diiy utter the funeral; nnil will winr
half mourning from that time until the
expiration of two week from the tiny of
C. II. ,1UI)I),
II. M. Chnmbcilnin.
Chnmucilnln's Ofllce, Iolnni l'alncc,
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SATURDAY, JUNK !), 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Kxcrcisls for Ladies
and Children from I) to 11.
Anmutl Kxnminition of Sunday
Schools, sit Kaiunnknpill Churcti, nt
Music Hall, Maccabc, nt 7:30.
Hawaiian Hotel, meeting for -1th
July Celebration at 8 o'clock.
Annual Meeting, Mission Child-
rens' Society l.M.C.A., at 7:30.
Gospel Temperance Meeting
Bethel, at 7:30.
llcthel Sunday School, at 0:15.
Port St. Church S. S. at 0 :!.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Hcv. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Uev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Itt. Uev.
Bishop "Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:1. "5
The Police of any and every
country, where liberty of speech is
allowed, arc usually freely handled
by tongues and pens, and arc
frequently made the butt of abuse
and censure. People complain
either that they arc too zealons and
forward in the enforcement of law,
overstepping the bounds of their
authority, or that they are slack in
the performance of their duty and
wink at the infringement of law.
The former charge is generally made
by law-b;eakfis and the latter by
law-keepers. Our Honolulu police
arc no more entitled to exemption
from criticism and censure than tho
police of any other country. In fact,
borne people think, less so. But
they cannot be truthfully accused
of habitually exceeding their legal
limits and impropeily meddling in
matters. There is probably better
ground for dissatisfaction on the
score of their inertness and lack of
diligent fulfilment of their legitimate
functions. In our opinion, there is
one point in which theyarc especially
open to attack: it is this they
mingle and converse too freely with
people in the streets, while on duty.
No policeman should be allowed to
exchange words with any civilian,
during the time of duty, unless
under circumstances whore duty
requires it. This undue familiarity
tends to breed contempt for the
officers of the law, and greatly
diminishes their terror in the eyes of
Wednesday, June C Drunks ; T.
Murphy, J. Mnry, J. Hughes, for
feited 80 bail each. Anna, deserting
her husband, ordered to return,
costs S3. Opeka, violating Express
Regulation 3, found not gulty, and
discharged. S. Kapaonc, violating
Express Regulation 25, fined 85 and
$3.20 costs. J. Hoppa, Makanui,
Keawieula, affray, fined 8G and 81
costs each. Samucla, and Kapu,
affray, Samucla, forfeited 810 bail.
Kapu, finod SC and 81 costs.
Sullivan, and Ladd, remanded from
5th, remanded to 7th. Knpcla, Na
Bolc, Kamawae, Kimokeo, and Iwn
ha.iuau, remanded from 5th, Naeolc,
and Kimokeo, fined 85 and 82.10
costs, Kapela, 8G and 2.75 costs,
Knmawue, C days imprisonment, ami
82.75 costs, Jwahaaiinu, (an old
offender) 10 d.ays imprisonment,
and 82.75 costs. S. Gourhiy, G.
1'aterson, T. Walker, and J. Watson,
remanded fiom 1st, nol. pros. T.
Walker, and S. Gourlny, assault and
battcrly, T. Walker, found not
guilty, and discharged, S. Gourlay,
lined 825 and 82 costs.
Thursday, June 7 Drunk; Pain,
forfeited 8G bail. J; Sullivan, and
H. Ladd, remanded from 9th, found
not guilty, and discharged. Bila
Uoinai, house-breaking, remanded
Friday, June 8 Drunks ; F.
McBiydo, A. List, forfeited $0
bail each. li. Edwards, lined 85
and SI costs, Napoliona, Mnikau,
and J. H. Burns, disturbing quite
of night, first two fined 85 "and 83
costs each, the latter, remanded to
9th. Kong Long Sec, and Kun Sai,
remanded lrom -1th, Kong Long Sec,
(old offcidcr) lined S100 and $1.15
iTisla. nncl snlitnnr'ntl tn '' month's
inipribonment at hard labour, Kun
Sai, fined SoO and 81.15 costs, and
1 month. D. McGilllvray, an insane
person, committed to Insane Asy
lum. SHIPFINQ Notes.
The Steamer Siw-7. was advertised to
lenvo San Francisco, fo: Honolulu, on
The ship Al cram in sailed from San
Finnolsco, for Cork, on May 18th.
The barkentino "Malay" which put
into Wellington N. 'A. on April 2 J for
rcpnlis, spuing n leak on March 18lh
dining a heavy gale, and lost her second
mate undone mm over! oirdon the same
datu during the gale.
Schr Waimalu b o ight l,iM0 bag of
Schr Malolo b o ight 1,500 bags of su
gar. The bk. E-tclla is discharging at
Ills many friends hero will be pleased
to lenrn that Captain Cousins of the
Chins Sprockets has wilt en to us Hint
he nrriud in Co(;ulm'io on March 9lh,
G!) days fiom Hone lulu, nil well on
hoaid. He was to bail o.i tho 22nd March
for Cnlutns lJuciia, a small place near
Iqulqtio to load nitrates for S. Francisco.
The bk. Hci'mr.n has her top-masts up,
and is now taking in ballast.
The hktne W. II. Dimond is at the O.
S. S. wharf.
Schr Waiulm brought 824 bags of su
gar. Schr Gen Scigel liroighl 1,050 bags of
paddv and 700 wntci-m.'ois.
Bk C.iibarien Capi. L. H. Hubbard 10
days from S. F. arrived June 8 with a
full load of mdsc. She is consigned to
Castle & Croko.
Schr Wniob Drought 850 bags sugar.
Schr lltilcik.la brought 1000 bags of
Stmr Lei ua bio ij h' 1315 lags sugar,
99 sheep, 1 or e, 10 h)s.
Local & genh:kal items.
Tin:, Race programme has been finally
llxcd. Read it.
At 11 o'clock this morning a mail f( r
San Franchco, per Lady Lampson, will
close nt the Tost Ofllce.
Tin: footwalks of Emma street have
been at last rid of those piles of rubbish
overgrown with weeds which have so
annoyed pedestrians at night for so
Tnnnx will be no music this afternoon
at Emma Square. The Hartford and
Hawaiian Bands will give another Com
bined Concert on Monday evening, June
11, nt the Hiwnllnn Hotel.
To-xioht in tho Y. M. C. A. building
the Mission Children's Society will hold
its Annual Meeting. Reports will be read
and a picas ti t time is promised. The
public arc cordially invited to attend.
Mkesiis J. Williams & Co have taken
a splendid view of the historic U. S. war
ship HartforJ. Everybody will like to
have one as a memento of an object
which links the daik past to the bright
Tun telephone post at the corner of
Fort and Merchant streets, Is being
moved bnck partly to get it out tho
road of vehicles, and partly to allow of
a handsome sign being put up by tho
One Price Merohanlcs' Bazaar.
"Christ the Corner-Stonc" will bo
Mr. Crtizan's theme Sunday morning.
In the evening therd will bj a Union
service, and, by appointment of tho
Evangelical Association, Mr. Cruzan
will preach the" Annual Home Mis
Ox Thursday afternoon the Captain of
tho Moravian had just bid farewell to
one of tho discharged seamen of that
vessel on board having paid him off. Ho
then went on shore, and had not been
on shore over 5 minutes when word was
brought to him that the man had just
died on board.
YnsTEitnAY by tho Calbaricn Mr. T.
Lucas received a small screw steam,
yacht. Sho is 21J feet long by 5 feet
beam nnd 2 feet depth. Her draught
is 18 Inches. Her cylinder is 4x0 and
her boiler U0x22. She is built of teak.
Sho is called the Lydla. At 3:30 p.m. sho
Tin: Annual Examination of tho
whole of the .Sunday School of the
Ivlancl of Oahu will take place nt Kau-
inakaplll church this morning at 10
o'clock. Tho Schools will assemblo nt
Kawalahao church yard at 0 o'clock,
and march in procession to KaumaUapl-
11. All their friends arc invited to
The Guild of St. Andrew's held its
Semi-Auuual Social on Thursday even
Ing at thu residence) of liov. Mr. Alex
Mackintosh by his cordial Invitation.
The Bishop ami clergy of tho Parish
were nuungtt those present. Tnc oc
c.tslon was n foclal welcome to Thos
May Esq. who had lately icturned (after
an absence of over a year) fiom Eng.
land. Music nnd recitation Wfrc given
by frcvcr.il ladles and gentlemen. The
Evening was very enjoyable. At 10 p.m.
after the fringing of "Till the cloud.) roll
by" by Mr. II. von Holt, refreshments
were served, and at a quarter to It the
Tun Hawaiian Boll Telephone Co.
arc awaiting the result of experiments
In Europe and Atiiciici before deciding
on hiving their wires underground, as
it has not yet been procd that this can
be done successfully with telephone
wires. Should, however, such be the
case they will undoubtedly carry out
the system here.
To-u.vy Mr. James Dodd Intends to
open hi? saloon in the new building
which lie has just had put up and hand.
somely and decorated In the best and la-
test style. Mr. Dodd informs us that he
will be happy V) sec all his friends call
on him to-day. There will be a little
lunch and the usual liquid refreshers.
If the , Titer would keep from vulgar
personalities against unoffending private
citizens, it would, perhaps, be entitled to
consi.lciation at the hand? of its oppo
nentb. Bui, beyond un expression of dis.
gust at its me in way of sjeklng to cause
annoyance nnd raie strife, no notice
can be taken of its ungeiitlcmanly con
duct. Latest Foreign News.
The Steamer Granite State was
burned on the Connecticut River,
May 18th and 5 lives lost.
St. lliaizo won the Derby in 2.48.2.
The Prince nnd Princess of Wales
were present. The Dictator of Ec
uador plundered the Bank of Ecua
dor of 8320,000, and threatens to
sack Guayaquil.- The U. S. steamer
Essex left Callao on May 5th with
Kerr, the absconder, recently arrest
in Lima, on board for Honolulu,
where he will be transferred to the
P. M. S. S. boat. This gets over
the difficulty of having no extradi
tion treat3r with Columbia, for which
reason lie could not be sent across
tho Isthmus. iThe tornados in
Wisconsin, Illinois, nnd Missouri,
have made fearful devastations.
Tho King and Queen of Portugal
are visiting Madiid. They have
been well received. Cetcwayo again
defeated with great slaughter. Win
Chambers, the celebrated publisher,
is dead. The Czar and Czarina ar
rived at Moscow on May 20th, and
drove in an open carriage through
the streets to the Palace. 200,000
people lined the streets. Unarmed
citizons kept perfect-order. Tynan,
No. 1, is in New York, living under
his own name.
AT THE MUSIC HALL !
MB. FREDERIC MACCABE
The famous mimic, ventriloquist, and
vocal illusionist, will present his
Musical and humorous
Begone Dull Care !
In which he will display his marvelous
power of changing tho voice, flguie,
ard face, with rapid nud pic
turcsquo changes of cos
nppropriaie music, scenery nnd appoint,
in en Is.
Prices of admission:
gl.OO, VS and SO cento.
Box plan at Robertson & Co's.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultu
Notice to Exhibitors.
NO entries of Horses, Cattle, or other
exhibits, except Plants, nnd Flow
ers can ho rcceivo.l after 4 p. m. on Sat
urday, Juno 0th.
Entries for tho Horticultural Show
may bo made up to noon on Monday,
June 11th. '
Notices of entry should bo sent to tho
ofllce of tho undersigned, 00 ForUt.,
Honolulu. Tills notice doo3 not apply
to entries posted on the oihor islands.
Admission 25 cents. Tickets to be oh.
tnined nt Oat & Co's., T. G. Thrum's,
and J. W, Robertson & Co's.
422 5t J. S. WEBB, Secretary.
Fourth of July.
A MEETING will bo held at the Ha
On Saturday, Juno 9th,
at 8 o'clock p.- m., for thu purpose of
making arrangements for celebrating
The coming 4th of July.
All Americans resident and sojourning
In Honolulu aro requested to attend.
II y. LAINE,
, Com. G. W, Do Long Po-,t No. 43,
43? St Dept. of Cal, G. A. R.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is lequlrcd to bo raised from gulches
to pasture binds for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality,
Magneso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol ovory description at lowest market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills; '
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.'"
New Goods constantly arriving;. ;c
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assoitnicnt of
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 18th, 1833.
The following gentlemen will com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGm:w, W. G. Iitwj.v,
H. A. WlDEMAXN, A. S. Ct.KOItOUX,
Cecil Bkown, Fiiaxk Biiown,
H. R. Macpaklane, Jamls Dodd,
J. E. Wiskmax, Secretary.
Jcdgus: C. E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. II. Buchanan.
TiME-KtEiT.ns: F. L. Clark and
Starteu : Cnpt. A. B. Haylcy.
Ci.eukop Couiisu: Charles Wilson.
Saddling- Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10
1st PARK PLATE, Purss$7S,
Hurdle Race; one milo dash; 4 bur
dies; free to all; catch weights.
2nd LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one mle dash; free for
all; catch weights.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $150,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
siqo; iieu ior an.
-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to Jiarnes'?; free for all.
-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purso$100,
Running Race ;t one mile dab; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :57.
6th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $1 25
Trotting Race; one milo heats; best
,2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
7th PRINCESS .CUP, Purso $100,
Pony Race; ono miloda-h; open to
till ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
8th RECIPROCITY CUP, Purso $175,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 0; free to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; ?4 miledash; free to
all Hawuiiau bred horses two years'
lOth-AMATEUR CUP, Purso $50, '
Trotting Race; milo hc.its; best 2 In
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purso $75,
Running Race; milo dash; open to
nil hor.-cs bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kaplolanl Park.
12th -EXPRESS CUP, Purso $50,
Trotting Race; one milo; free to all
horses tliut hnvo never trotted In any
J 3th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
lbt. man 20 2nd. man $10.
141h BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purso
15th GREASE POLE, Purso $20,
All horses entered for tho above races
will he under tho control of the Judircs,
and their decision will bo final.
AH Running Racoi will ho under tho
rules of tho Pacilic Blood Horse A?b5c.
ntlon, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
AH Trottine; Races will ho under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Associa
lion All games of chance or pool soiling
positively prohibited,, fa
All horses that aro sold in Pools will
bo ruled out.
Permits to train horses at tho Park'
Track can bo obtained from tho Score
In order to secure and maintain oidcr,
no ono will be allowed on tho track
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secretary ut
tho Park grounds. Badges $fj,
All entries must bo pinijo under seal
nt the secretary's ollleo before 0 o'clock'
jMii. Juno 14. They Will then bo opened
in presence of the Committee. ''
Entrance feo 10 per cent oir purclmso
Jockeys' colors must accompany en.
tranco fees. '
There must bo three entries Jn all races
and two to start. J ' J',.
At tho call of the UelJ from Jho Judgo
A'gatc Iron Ware, -
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Hon.cs out according to' t'ho Race
In nil Races where weights arc to bo
carried. Riders and Drivers aro required
to provide their own weights.
A few moro booths to Rent, 20 foot so.
Section $10 No 0110 allowed to sell re
fie.dinicnts nt the Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may bo had of
the secretary at his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gate money will be allowed to re
crots the bridge free.
All Rules will bo strictly enforced.
The official Programme of the Races
can be obtained from the secretary on
Juno 8th. nt his office 27 Merchant St.
Admission to park, 25 cts; children
under 10 years ot ago, free; horses, CO
cents each; ndmlssion to grand stand.
$1; badges, $5 each. '
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SHOP,
No. 16 Fort Street,
Opposite Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.-
FULLY ESTABLISHED; tho best
nractlcal mnnllnnlna in 41.n in
tdom, under tho isuperindendanco of Mr"
V, -""jib. Dpecini attention piid to
diseased hoofs and crippled korsos. Tho
new improved and beneficial foot tuhs
applied in doctoring horses the only
shop in the city using them. All work
guaranteed and done promptly on ren
sonablu terms. 413 iy
SoOBEWAltD . .
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give such in
formation as will'load' to the conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
?,r,c,'Juc.d t0 bu obstructed' tho road to
Waikiki, beyond Sunny South, by plnc
nig an ox-cart across said road on tho
night of tho 24th of May instaut.
D. DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 20, 1883. 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT the camc3t solicitation of horso
owners, wo sent to the Coast of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
drst-class mechanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops In the Unltod States.
Wo have, therefore, no hesitation in
111 ? thl,t "ll ll0r6U8 8ent to our shop
will, in future,, bo shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum.
sy workmen can now bo made to travel,
(tar away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street, Honolulu.
A Largo Assortment
(former price $2.50.)3
W To bp hud at
A. 31. MELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
W. E. HERRICK
HAS REMOVED niB
From 110 Fort street,
opposite tho Bethel, next door to
Dniglo's machine bhop mid Bruu's Fur
uituro lactory, where ho will continue
to supply his customers with all kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning.
Thankful for past favors, he hope's for
a continuance of tho same. aiM) d