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' ABY authority. I
THE' COURT will go Into Full
Mourning for Her late Royal High,
ncss the Princess Huth Kcillkulnni
fiom tliu date of thW notice, until tliti
dav alter the funeial; mid will wear
half mourning from Unit time until the
I'Nnlrntlmi of two weeks Irom the day of
G. H. JUD1),
J I. M. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Olllco, Iolnni Palncc,
May DIM, 1883. "t"!
MONDAY, JUNK 11, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Algnroha Lodge, nt 1:'M.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.l7:0
Combined Conceit nt tlic Hawaiian
Hotel, nt 7:30.
We need rain.
Jt is not only the public water sys
tem of Honolulu, which supplies the
citv with water for household and
iriiuntioti purposes, that
the need of rain:
vators of tnro, rice, bananas, and
vegetables, who icly upon sptings
for their supply, arc beginning to
suffer sonic of them badly. This
is, not entirely due to diminution of
supply, but is partly owing to in
creased leakage, produced by the
samo cause. Without rain shortly,
many an already languishing crop,
in this distiict, will have passed
question may now be looked upon as
being u thing of the pasf Yester
day morning the last of the sick peo
ple were sent on shore, H in all,
three being still suffering and the
(remainder convalescent. Of those
who wore in good health 588 were
landed. One Chinese Doctor was
also landed to take care of the sick.
He will be taken back to Cliina in
the Madras on her return triptwhen
she conic to land her freight for this
port. All those articles which might
carry infection, such as bedding, etc.
that the Captain did not actually re
quire for further use during the voyage
aie to be sunk' by him, about 40
miles off shoic. The quarantine
will last foi'itho&o who arc now in
good health to about the 27th of
ithis month if no further eases break
The Quarantine station,
at Kahankaulana has been arranged
in the following manner for the re
ception of the passengers per Mad
ras. There are two large enclosures
in one of which are two large houses
each about 100 ft. long, and 130 ft.
apart. lu the one the Hakkas,
about 340 in Dumber, will bo placed
hi two separate 'lots. The other en
closure surrounds one large house
iu which the Puntis and See-Yaps,
about 240 iu number, will be housed.
Once in these inclosurcs they will
not leave them till the Quarantine
period is over or they show symp
toms of the disease, in which case
,t,hey will be immediately moved to
the hospital some distance away in
which the 14 patients now arc. Be
yond, the hospital again arc Mr. Key
nolds' house (who supervises the
guards) and the telephone ofllcc by
which communication is had with the
Twenty guards have been engaged
and stations assigned to them, 7 at
,ixecl points and 3 patrolling, in each
watch. Every possible arrangement
for the comfort and security of these,
people inil the prevention of the
spread of contagion, bus been made
by the Deputy Marshal, Mr. Dayton,
in whose hands a agent of the
Hoard of Health the matter has been
"' POL-ICE OOX7RT.
Saturday, June 9 Drunks; K"--lcilimaniahti,
mid Hana, forfeited Sb
bail,, II- Cisgiiff, forfeited 810
bail.- H. Law, and J. Baker, dis
turbing quiet of night, lined $5 and
81 vosts each. J. Denny, disorderly
conduct, remanded to llth, J. II.
Burns, remanded from 8th, nol.
pros, Bilu Iloimii, remanded from
7th, nol. pros,
Tin: Annual Examination of all the
Sunday Schools of this island was held
ou Saturday. The attendance wan very
large, and tlic exercises, as a whole,
Stmr 0 It Bishop brought 2250 bag
sugu, 15U bag-i ike, 53 bag pnlai and
Si ni" Klhiuc.i Hou biought -111 bugs
sugir, 0 Iiokc?, 2 cow?, 1 ralf & 7 skins.
B.itk Lilly Lumpson took 2,310,200
His of sugar, O.m hides, it 25 go it skins.
Sclir Kminn biotight 870 I gi sug'ir
The bk llopeU due fiom I'uget S'd
The Hartford and Hawaiian Hands
will give a combined concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening nt 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pio
Overture Joan of Are Verdi
Finale BelUnrlo, new1, Doul.ettl
Polka Comic, new Mlchlcls
Walt. Articles llublnl
Selection Pirates ol Penzance Sul
livan COMIIIKKD 11AN1.
OvertureQueen of Spades Suppo
Selection Xabucco Verdi
Mazurka On the Xeeknrboi,dur..S-chlay
The Star Spangled Banner,
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
ll.vvr. you entered your Intended ox
lilbit for the Agricultural Show yet?
ViLt. Mr. G. R. Mahoncy plcnso lo
call at tlicollkes nf'J'hco. II. Davie &
Tin: Aiiminl meeting of the Mission
Children's Society was fairly attended.
Several Interesting reports were reiuh
Tin: meeting of American citizens on
Saturday night appointed a committee
of 27 'with full powers, to arrange for
the 4th of July celebration.
Tin: concert on Friday niglit at the
Kaumakapili church was highly success
ful. The attendance .was very large. A
little ditllcnlty occurred over ond of llic
Quitk a number of marriages urd on
the tapis. Several of the best esteemed
oung men in our midst linvelciciminbd
that it is timeto ," give hostages to for
TllKjAnuual Examination of the Sun
day Schools, and the Kaumakapili
Coreert attracted many Hawalhms from
the couutry districts. All day Friday
they were' riding in is large parties.
The Great Maccabc kept the time of,
his audience on Saturday night equally
divided between roars of laugliter and
rounds ofapphiuse. The, Hall eontnined
a larger audience than nt any perform
ance given during tlic pastiycar.
On Saturday mpwilug near the ilaa.
liliamnim bridge a Hawaiian woman on
horeback while busy Jixing her skirts
did not observe the approach of a, velii-,
cle and collided with it. She was thrown
oveivtheihorsc's head and landed on Ue
shoulders, fortunately sustaining noth
ing but a few bruNes.
The small midge on Iicictnn la Street
beyond Punchbowl which wo noticed
lately as becoming unsafe has been re.
planked and fixed, lteally the Govern
ment is getting too considerate of thci
wants and needs of the people. If they'
keep going on in this wny, they wo n
give the newspapers a chance to say
anything bad about them.
Ouit readers have the opportunity of
perusing another of our supplements
to-day. ,The contents are aiurtlicr instal
lment of Flaneur's chatty letters, Sug
gestions to Agricultural Show com
mittees, a full account of the opening
of the Fisheries Exhibition in London
on the 13th of last mouth mid a descrip
tion of the exhibition, The Host Door
to tit op Fire, an Indian 'anecdote, llig
Apples, A Itcinarkablc Case, In the true
spirit of the Gospel, and the usual
Tlic following vessels arrived on
Gtli inst, viz. Bark "T. G. Thomp
son," Capt. Putter, with a general
cargo from San Francisco ; and schr
"Ito'sario," Copt. Swift, with a
cargo of It. W, lumber, posts and
shingles from Kurekn. Both vessels
will have quick despatch for Saij
Francisco. The schr. "Reporter,"
Capt. Cook, sailed to-day for Sail
'Francisco with 8804 bags sugar,
weighing 1.017,210 lbs valued ut
800,341. G7, and the following
'"rers: Mrs, J.' D. Barlln and
daughter, J. r. mokww.
( Vessels expected at AZ'."ll,i 'J'1
T. Caller from Nanaimo, schr
Auna from Aptos, Bgtno J. D.
Spreckels from San Fraiicjsco.
A South End woman keeps only
one scrvaijt to do hor work instead of
two. She says help is always leav
ing, and when you aro loft alone it's
much easier to do the work of one
servant than of two. , i ' -
Foreign News and notes.
Ill Norway, where the legislative
body has been at loggerheads with
the King for some time, a new alul
ingenious way lias been discovered
to enforce lespecl for popular rights.
The Storthing lias voted to mnko n
present of a musket lo every man iu
the eouhtry who is capable of bearing
arms. This is a more significant
hint than a mine of dynamite JI7.7,y
rAs the French Infantry are being
generally supplied with revolving
rilles, Germany has been compelled
to follow this example, although the
expense was n formidable one. Jl.
It is o!llt;ill3 announced in Paris
tnat the Convention concluded by
the"Confereiice for the Protection of
Patents and Trade'' Marks has bceii
signed by the plenipotentiaries of
Belgium, Brazil, Spain, Prance,
Guatemala, Italy, the Netherlands,
Portugal," iJer.vin, and Switzerland.
A special clause enables all the States
who have not ,'ct 'appended their'
signatures, lo ndhcroito the Conven
tion at aTlater "date. Home News ' '
The commerce of Australasia is
now greater than that of. the ."United
Kingdom at the accession of Queen
Victoria." . ,',,-
A Paper watch has becil exhibited'
by a Dresden watchmaker. The
paper is prepared in such a manner
that the watch is said to be as ser
viceable as those in ordinary use.
Nihilists, Intelligence which
throws a. stnitliugi light upon the
ramifications of the Nihilist con
spiracy in Russia has just l cached
St. .Petersburg from Vladimir, in the
government of Volhynia.. It ap
pears that scvcralpersons occupying
high social and oflicial positions in
the district have recently received a
number of threatening letters signed
by the "Socialist Committee." One
of these documents was addressed
to no less a person than the Governor
himself, and threatened him with
death unless lie forwarded a sum "of
3000 roubles to a place named by a
certain day. A trustworthy1 person
wfls sent to the appointed 'spot,
which was carefully watched, by a
strong body of subordinate officials.
Atmidnjght the mysterious author
of the letter made his appearance to
receive the money, and was recog
nised by the, watchers, to their utter
Ticwilderinent, as the chief of police.
, lie was instantly arrested, and re-
mams m strict confinement. , On
examination it was found that his
writing corresponded with those of
the threatening letters. The affair
has caused an immense and by no
means pleasant sensation, particu
larly in oflicial circles. Melbourne
A national observatory is about to
be erected on the summit of Ben
Nevis. Its situation, in the middle
track of the depressions of storms of
Northwestern Europe, is one' of 'the
chief reasons for its selection, as ob
servations made there must bo of'f.ir
greater value in their relation to the
theory of cyclones than the moun
tain obbcrvation's in Southern France,
where the principal observatory for
this branch of meteorology is at pre
At Riverside, Arizona, Pred. P. Booth,
son of the lato Joseph Booth, of this
city, on May 9th, aged 10 years. at
HOME - M.AJDE
FRESH AND PURE
Cream Cocoanut; Bars,
C'renin Almond Bars,
Crcnpi Lemonade Bars,
Cream Strawberry Bars,
Oream Fruit Bars,
French Nougat Burs,
All'the above delicious Confections aro
warranted fresh and
Guaranteed to be Jure,
and wholesome by
And are sold at his '
" kStenin. Candy Factory,
AH Water Jtates Now Due
ami ow In-.', must be paid at (ho olllco of
the Honolulu Water Work.,
vfoot of Nuuanii t,
On or before June 221!: 1883
OIlierwlBu Jho privilege will be is.
peude'd wltlinut 'fiirthcr notice.
UU.YS, l), Wil-SUJN,
ivt'd : J. 13. Biibli,
-Minister or, interior.
Honolulu, June 1, 188;).
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Hunches where water
pisluro lands for watering Mock. Full
Refrigerators, Brooms of Btrperior quality. , ' "A
MagMteso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Soxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest mnrkol rates. ' ' !'u
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag HoMew-jUbt the tliliig for Jtl'co and Sugar aillls'i'i"
i tW-Moqds constantly, arrLving.1' '
Full lines of Plows and'Agricliltural'lnstriimcnts,' " ' xnU A
run assortment of
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KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE i8th, 1883.
, The following gentlemen will com.
prise, the Committee of Arrangements:
Dr. J. S.' McGiikw, W. G. Iiiwik,
H. A. YViiikmann, A, S. Ci.iionoitN,
Cecil Bnows, Frank Uiiowx,
H. R. Macparlank, Jajies Dodd,
J..E. WisKJtAx, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. "Williams, Wm. Wilder,
JV. R. Buchanan.,
i TiMK-KKErEEs: ,F."L. Clark and
, W.Wenner. , ,
, Starter: Capt. A. B'. .Hayley.
Clerk,op Course: Charles Wilson.
The Races will commence at 10' a.m.
Iit-PABK P.UTE, Purr$75,
Hurdle,Race; ono'mll dasU'j- 4hur
'dies; free to ull;icatchcw.cight8l
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purso $25,' ' "
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all ; catch weights. ' ,
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $150, '.
Running R.icc; one mile heuts; best
2 In 3; freeforall.
4th KING'S CUPi Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heatb; best 3 in
5 to harness; free for all.
Sth-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purso $100,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :07.
6th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $1 25
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
3 in 3; free 10 all Hawaiian bred
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100.
Pony Race; one mile du-di; open to
all ponies bled in the Kingdom not
Over 14 hands, high; ,cateh weights.
8th-RECIPH0CITY CUP, Purso $175,
Running Ruoo one mile heats;. best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS' PLATE. Purso SI 25.
Running Racoj'K mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred hordes two years
lOlh-AMATEUR CUP, Purso $50,
Trotting Raeej'mile heats: best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purso $75,
Running Race; milo dash; open to
nil horses' lired la the Kingdoni'tliSt
hnvc never run at Kaplplaul Park.
12th-EXPflESS CUP, purse $50,
Trotting Race; one milo; free to all
horses that have uever trottod iu any
13th-P00T RACE,. 200yds. PUrso $30,
lsi. man 20 2nd. mau $10.
Hth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
15th GREASE POLE, Purso $20,
'. ' i' Xotice. ' , , i
All horses entered (or tho above races
will buimdor lh control of tho Judges,
and their decision will be flmil.
All RunnlngiRaccf. will bo under tlic
rules of the Pacific Blood Horse Assocl.
atlon, excepting as to weights., ,
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Rans, ho under the
rides of Wo JJat anal Trotting Assoclu.
All games of cluinco or pool stlllug
positively problhled, t
All horses thut are Bojd in Fools -will
bo ruled out.
Permits to train horsos at, the 'Park
Track can bo obtained from I the Secre
tary. lu'order to sqcuio and maintain order,
no one will be allowed ou tlo track
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from the Bodrefdry at
the Park groimds. Badges $6.r
All entries must bo made under heal,
at the Kecretary's ofllco before 5 o'clock
p.m. June 14. They will then beVonened
in presence of the Committee,
fcnr.Ice Cj0,.1?vl)(ir c(!Ut oirpurchnso
money. ( l ' I '
Jockeys' colow imut acco"..J'22y en
trance fees, i
There mubt he three entries in all races
and two to start, ' , 'tCiitkil
At tho cull'of WBell fronrilieJudsc
I. ' - ' 'k,
Is required to be raised from gulches;
particulars and estimates fur'nUhcd. i
Agate Iron Ware,
' - v
Illustrated Catalogues on application.'"
Hand nil Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according to tho Race
Inmll. Races where weights are to be
carried, Riders and Drivers are requited
to piovidc their own weights.
A few more Uooths to Rent, 20 foot ki.
Section $lo No one allowed to sell re
freshments nt the Park unless by pur
chasing sections which maybe had of
the secretary ut his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gate money will be allowed to re
cross the bridge free. ' ' J
All Rules will, bo strictly enforced.
. Ihe official Programme of the Race
can be obtained from the secretary on
June 8th. at his office 27 Merchant St.
Atlmission to park, 25 cts'; children'
under 10 years of ago, free horses, CO1
cents each; admission to grand stand.
$1; badgps, $5 each. , , , ,
J. E. W18EMAX, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SH0r
No.ilO Fort Street '
Opposite.' i .. . .PanfheonlStables.
FULLY ESTABLISHED;, the best
pradtical mechanics in 4lie King
i,m' un,4L'r.tho superindendance of Mr.
Nfcd Doyle. Special attention piid to
jdkeased hoofs and crippled, horses. Tho
new-improved und beneilciul foot tubs
applied in doctoring horses the only
sliop in tho city using them. All work
guaranteed and ,done prompth'-on rca.
bonrtble terms. "" ' ' " 43 jy
WILL, BE PAID toi any person or
persons who will givo such in
formation aavwill lead to uic conviction
of Uic.porbon'oi-rpot'sons whoibbstru'cied
or caused to bo obstructed the road tc
Waikiki, beyond Sunny South, by'plac'
iug an ox-cart across said road on tho
night ot tho 24th of M.iy instnut.
,T , ,u;pArroN, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 20, ltiS3. ' 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT the earnest solicitation of hcrse
owners, wo sent to Uie Coast of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer, '
and Floormnn. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has inrrlved, and
conies well recommended from
Loading Shops in the United Statu. ,
Wo have, therefore, no hesitation in
stilting that all horses sent to our shop
will, m future, be shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum.
sy workmen can npw be made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stiills and Foot
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
,417 t, t King street, lloupluju.
-" ' 7
, A Lavgo.Assortment,
. At 91.75.
ffnrmni, nvt,A &o RA
V3$ To be had nt 1 1
A. M. MELLIS, J "
41U Ilonoluin ciothl'ng Emporium ,
r-V . . ' 'i 11. i y
W. E. HERRICK
1 IUI) KGMOVKP HfB
'From 110 Fort street,'
rJJO BEXJH131L, STREE'I1,
opposite the Bethel, next door to ''
Daigle's machine shop and Bran's Fur
niture Factory, where he will oontiuuo
to supply his customer with all kinds of
Wood fuicl lypry Turning:.
Thankful for past favors, he liopeslor
a cominuancc of the same. , ', ,ui390.U