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rpiIE" COURT will go Into
Mourning for Her Into Roynl High
tho Pilnccss Ruth Kicllkolnnl
fioin tho (Into of this notice, until the
duv after the funeral; nnd will worn
'"half mourning from that time until the
ipliatlOn of two weeks from tlic tiny of
1 C. IT. JUDD,
II. M. Clinmbcrliiln.
Chamberlain's Olllee, Iolnnl Palnee,
31 ivy 31st, 1SS;:. 410
THURSDAY, JUKE 14, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will sell at lOi'JO
nt Sales Room, ' u lot of splumlid
Music Halt, aincenbe, nt 7:30.
Entiies for Races close
Hawaiian Council, No. (189, 7:30.
THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW.
The show made by the, exhibits is
much better than was expected
the small number of the exhibit-). How.
ever, a numbejof other exhibits weic
received u'pjo.tho moining of the Show.
The best portion of the show and the
one in which mo-.t interest has been
taken, judging from tho number of ex.
hlblts, is the section devoted to hoises.
Most of those exhibited arc line animals
aid wotthy of a good place in any show
but erv few of them seem to have been
well prepared for exhibition. Theio is
aiiiabbcnce of that decoiatlon and finery
' and great care in cleaniug and trimming
which is seen clscwhcie on an occasion
of this kind. Amongst the stallions
King "William is undoubtedly the tinea
looking horse while Tiiumph ami Billy
Vernon were also much admired. A
ycnillng black native stallion Prince
Henry owned by Chief Justice Judd
also attracted great attention. In addi
tion to those on the catalogue !J native
bred imucs were entered nnd 1 pair of
i.nporled mules. The prizes in tins sec-
t'onwill be made known to-niouow, as
will also those for neat cattle.
In the Mieep section His Ex. W. M.
Gibson made tho only entries but the
exhibits have not nriiml, as the schr. '
from Lanal Is probably delayed by
In the dog section tho llrs.1 prize was
taken by Mr. Max Kohm's setter slut,
and thc'Snd prize by Mi. C. II. Wilson's
Gordon Itetiiever dog Major. The
following received diplomas, Mux Kohm,
setter sli.tiR.'Lishinau, 1 pair Gordon
setter d(igs;C. IS. Wilson, Gordon
spaniel dog, 'King; W. J. Brodic, 5
English, mastiff sluts; Miss S. Clarke,
' Kangaroo Hound: Guy Wodehoue,
pointer; J. It. S. ICynuersley, Fox
tenier; A. 8. ijleghorn, pair gicy
hounds; G. Vogt,palr Blue Skye teniers
and 3 pups.
The cxlubltb of Poultry were very
few iu number, and with tho exception
of the pigeons not very interesting.
Most of them were vai Icties of game
In the Dairy pioducts tho first prize
for butter was awarded to Puiihue
'runcli, but a fuither judgment will be
made this niorning as some of the ex
hibits weie not classified.
Tho only exhibit in the Domestic
Manufactuies section was that of II.
II, Princess Likelike, who -exhibited a
number of Koa and coconnut calabashes.
The fecction devoted to agricultural
, products was extiemely intcicsting..Thc
Ramieiplnntsand llbies, and specimens
of it in tho dill'cieiit stajjes of manufac
ture, as exhibited by Mr. Coleman, oiler
a piospect of unlimt-cd wealth to
these islands. lC0a per annum can be
realized lrom an aero of Ramie. The
Alden Taio Company, of wailuku,
showed specimens of taro and Hour
from taro, prepaied by the Alden pro
cess. The llorticultuial section had a fair
number of exhibits, but tho season be.
ing too advanced, was as good as
could bo expected. The piizcs taken in
this section were: Carl Willing, 1st
prize for collection of 70 trees in pots;
A. Jaeger, 1st prize, collection of palms:
A. Jaeger, 1st prize for collection of
CrOtons; A. P. Judd, 1st prizo for cocoa
nuts; A. P. Judd, 1st prizo collection of
pinks; J. Kidwcll, 1st prize for general
collection of plants; J. Kidwcll, 1st
prize for geranium; J. Kidwcll, 1st
prize collection oi icrns; .i. ivunvca,
2nd prize for collection of Ciotons; P.
W. Macfarlnne, 1st prizo for single roo
(Louis Plullippi); A. S. Clcghorn, 1st
'prize for collection of Colcus; C, Of
ilerger, 1st prio lor collection of roses;
Hon. Mrs. iiUhop, 1st prizo for 0 ferns,
1 fern, and collection of caladiums; S.
B. Dole; 1st prizo cut flowers, J. Kidwcll,
1st prize, collection of Regonias.
Tho other noteworthy exhibits in tills
section weic soiuocurious dwarfed tiees
and plants from C. Afong's gardeu, ter
rapin and eels from the same; some
splendid grapes and peaches from P.
Milton; and peaches fioin Mrs. Brcn,
nlug; some euonnous Manilla mangoes
by Sir. Bahbet; bomo koa omapients
Mrs. Kain; baked fern tree (Hawaiian
food), and dried ferns mounted by Miss
M. A. Clarke.
A splendid lot of Agricultural Imple
ments, patterned and designed by Mr.
AV. IV. Hall, wcro exhibited by Messrs.
E. O. Hall & Son. Messrs. Dillingham
i: Co, showed a magnificent assortment
of articles useful In-lhis country, which
innde n greater display than of any
other exhibitor Indeed, without them,
the pavilion would have looked bans
Messrs, W("t and Higgins' carriages
call (or speclnl mention on account of
In the neat cattle Messrs. Wong Lo
ong & Go's Chinese buffaloes attracted
Thcbirk I'.blnoro la detained, by re.
quel, until thin dny a 10 a.m., on ac
count of the non-airivnl of tho City of
Slmr Iwnhnl brought !ti84 bgs sugar.
Slmr Jas'Mnkwv'JfteS bngs sugar,
Fein Meefoo, 11U lugs pnilily.
Hark Nonantum, dipt. Foe, ai lived
ycteidny, 02 days from Ncwcas-tle, with
loOll tons of coal. She is consigned to
McsMfJO. Brower ifc O.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Titii amount the Madias Is libelled for
Wksts wagons and the new hits were
admired by everybody.
Mkssus. Halt Bros, as muni were on
hand with splendid Ico-cicain.
Tin: Hand played yesterday morning
nt tho show, and will play again this
Tin: Ahuimanu Ranch butter at the
show would tiiks a prize at tiny show in
tho woild. Tasto it.
Wu sco that an appointment has been
made by yestciday inornlirg's Gatcfe,
of a water commissio.icr in place of the
The ferns at the show were very
much admired. The Adlnntuius Fnr
leyeiiEC and Poruvianuin (gigantic
maidenhair) especially so.
How the welcome rain c.uuc down
and damped tho mdpr of the show Alsi
tor, but gladdened tho lieails of ecry
body else while it lasted.
Stuanoi: that none of our young la
dies should havo tried their skill nt mak
ing nonquota lor tno snow, uouiun't
done better than the prize-
To-xioiit you have a chance of seeing
Maccabo at tho Music Hall. Don't fall
to secure It. It is tho greatest treat we
have had in Honolulu for month.
To-day Messis Hnrt Bros, will exhibit
n live-legged pin, next their ice-cream
stand. It is a veritable curiosity as we
have seen it.
Dm you get weighed on the Howe
Scale at the show yesterday? The
heaviest weight rccoided was 245. Two
Hawaiian women welshed 210 each.
Tun following exhibits were sent in
by Mrs. Ward f loin the Old Plantation
and the Sunny South in the afternoon:
A bunch of bananas, 3 immense mangoes
ami some flowers.
Tin: Dlicctors of the Agiicultural
Society now know by experience what
is wanted at a show and are waiting
amxiously for next year to put their
new ideas in practice.
Many of our readers would like to'see
the coffin of Her lute Highness Ruth
Keclikolnui. It can be seen to-day till
about 1 or 2 p.m., nt C. E. Williams' on
Fort street. It will repay a visit
Tin: programme ananged the 4th of
July is as follows: Salutes and bellriiig
ing at suinlse, noon and sunset,
Antiques and Horribles at (i, Regatta at
9:80, Exercises at noon, and ball in the
Mil. C. O. licrgcr's collection of roses
embraced over 150 varieties. Think of
that. It was really worthy going to see
alone iu its gloiies of rose, pink, salmon,
orange, lemon, oainiino and white. No
such collection has beep shown before.
Meskiis. Lyons & Leiey will sell to
day some llrst class furnituie of English
manufacture-. In addition tlte furnituie
aie some Hue rugs ami carpets, and
some splendid brass and bronze waie
mid other articles of vcrtit. AVe advise
all those whose taste or necessities
require additions to tho furniture or orna
ment of their dwelllrgs to go and
p urchase to-day.
lloyal Hawaiian Agricul
riMHS AGRICULTURAL SHOW will
X BE OPEN
Prom 0 a,m. to 0 p.m. By favor of Ills
Ex. Governor Dotnlnls, tho Royal
H awn II an
Band will Play
Selections of music from 8 to 0 p. in.
To Let, tit Kalihi.
f'UlUUBUJSD HUOJ1B, CI1
suite or single uso of Parlor,
Cook-house, Stabling, Bath,
and overy convenience. End of 'bus
loute. Enquire 78 King si. 420
A LL persons bnvlmr claims ncalnst
XX. tho Estate of J. N. LYNCH will 1
pleaso tile their claims on or lief ore Sat
mday, July 14th no.M, at tho Banking
lloiibu of Bishop A; Co. All pai tics In
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment at the sumo
BISHOP & Co., Assignees.
Honolulu, June 12, 188U.
TO ensure water for privileges con
nected on tho Upper Nuuanu Val
ley Reservoir, will ho lrom tho horns of
H u. fii. to U a. in. ; and all those on the
Punchbowl line, fioin Judd Hill to Ka
piolani street, will bo from U p, in. to 7
p. in., until fuither notice.
CIIAS. B. WILSON.
Suu't f Water Works.
Honolulu, JumlSUi, ,imitiBm!.W
Those grapes of PI Hip Milton's wore
lusclbus to look at. As they wcro grown
at his plnco on King St. no one can urge
hereafter thai as good grnpes cannot bo
grown in Honolulu ni anywhere In the
HOW NOT TO DO IT.
There is a law in Munich requiring
every saloonkeeper to close his shop
nnd turn out Ills customers nt n fixed
hour or the night, ami subjecting both
him ntul them to u line in case of
disobedience. On :i recent night two
vigilant policemen descended upon a
fnvoiitc "blcrlmhV in the Ibivnriuti
capital and caught a party of vene
rable men in the midst of abundant
good cheer. When their nnincs
were demanded the llrst four respon
ded in order: 1'rof. von A., of the
University; "Privy Coifheilor 1);"
" Imperial Councilor Count C,"
" Major von D." AVlien they came
to the lifth culprit the policemen
started back iu honor nnd amaze
ment, for they found themselves
confronting the Chief of Police, who,
however, made everything pleasant
by promising to pay his own line and
seeing to it that his companions paid
llieits, and by praising the diligence
and fidelity of his subordinates. A
few days Inter the. two policemen
were promoted. Exchange.
How different it is to that in Ho
nolulu. Tho other night a police
man stopped a carriage that was
being driven without lights but when
he saw it was the lie discreetly
withdrew. No lines were paid and
no promotion was made.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
By order of Mcssts. G. AV. Macfarlnne
Thursday, June 14th,
At Sales Room, nt 10:80 a.m. we will
sell by auction,
To Clowe Consignments,
a very superior nssoitmcnt of
I Toilet Grlasses,
Bronze Ornaments, fcc , &c.
Goods arc now on View.
Lyons & Levey, Auct'rs.
A GOOD .CARRIAGE
11 O It S E, sound nnd
kind, 7 years old. Ap-
a. - Ply at aau Fort street.
A NURSE GIRL, must come well re.
commended. Apply to Mrs. C. O.
TEGS to announce that he will give
which will bo the First Heard In Hono
lulu, On Thursday next.
In order to ensure a fair clianco of do.
ing himself justice iu his efforts to
amuse and gratify the ear and judgment
of his audience, Mr. "M. has deemed it
expedient to CLOSE TUB, GALLERY,
and make tho price of admission one
dollar to all other parts, of the house.
Mr. Maccabo will esteem it a great
favor if thoso ladle and gentlemen who
desire to honor him by witnessing his
entortninment in its Integrity, and under
fair and favorable conditions, will se
cure their tickets in advance nt the hotel
TICKETS TO BE HAD AT THE
The entertainment will commence at
8 o'clock prompt, and terminate at 10 to
a quarter past. 423
FOUR largo HORSES
carriage or draft
front 4 to 0 vears olo.
ivJX Inquire at tho Bullk-
iin wiuuu. iwif
Sows, in pig; also, young
pigs lor ureecimg, in
quire ut tho Buixctin
NEITHER tho Captain nor
Agents of tho bark "Estclla"
will bo responsible for any
debts contracted by the crow
vessel without thoir written
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
If EITHER tho Captain nor
nor Agontsof the bark "liar
modlus" will bo responsible
for auv debts contracted bv
the ciow of said vessel without their
G. W. MACPARLANE & Co.,
h K&mmimuk a&
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water is required to bo raised from gulohcs
to pisturc lands for watering stock. Pull puitlculnrs nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oili ol overy description at lowest market rates.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just tho thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks,' Carriage Lamps.
jNew Goods constantly arriving, r"
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Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
KAPIOL ANI PARK,
JUNE 18th, 1833.
The following gentlemen will com.
priso tho Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGkew, W. G. Iuwin,
II. A. AVinnMAxx, A. S. Ci.euiohx,
Cecil Brown, Fiiask Biiown,
H. R. Macfahlane, James Doud,
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
Judges: C. E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
TiME-KcErEns: F. L. Clark and
Stakteu: Capt. A. B. Hay ley.
Ci.uuk op Codiise: Charles Wilson.
Saddling Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
1st PARK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 bur
dies; free lo all; catch weights.
2nd LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; ono mile dash; free for
all; catch weight?.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Purse $150,
Running Race; ono mile beats; best
2 in ii; fico for all.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purse $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
C to harness; free for nil.
5th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; ono milo dash; for
Hawniiaii bred horse not having a
better lecord than 1:57.
Gth LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $1 25
Trotting Race; one milo heats; best
2 In U; free to all Hawaiian bred
7th-PfllNCESS CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; one milo dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
8U1-RECIPROCITY CUP, Purso$175,
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
2 in 8; free to all Hawaiian bred
9th GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $126,
Running Race; K iniledash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
10th AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Ilth-LUNALILO PLATE, Purse $75,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
havo never run at Kapiolani Park.
12lh-EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; one mile; free lo all
horses that havo never trotted iu any
13th FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $80 2nd. pian $10.
14th BICYC.LE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
16th-GREASEP0LE, Purse $20,
All horses entered for the above races
will bounder tho control of the Judges,
and their decision will be final.
All Ruunlng Races "will be under the
rules of the Paclllc Blood Horso Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to enrry a rider.
All Trottinir Races will bounder tho
rules of tho National Trotting Assocla
tiou All games of chance or pool selling
All horsos that uro sold in Pools will
bo ruled out.
Permits to train horses at tho Park
Track can bo obtained from tho Secre
tary. In order to sccuio and maintain order,
no 0110 will bo ullowed on tho tinok
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from the Secretary nt
tho Park grounds. Badges $5.
All entries must bo mndo under seal,
at tho secretary's otlloo before 5 o'clock
p.m. Juno 14. They will then bo opened
In piescuce of the Committee.
Eiitianco feo 10 per cent oll'purchabo
Jockeys' colors must accorupauy en.
There juustbe three ontrles in all racos
and two to start. & "' "T,-.
mit the call of Uu ILdl.fmm tbcrLi
stand nil Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out .according to the Race
In all Races where weights orcjo be
cnuk'd. Riders and Drivers are required
to provido their own weights.
A few more Ilooths to Rent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No one allowed to sell re
freshments ut the Park Unless by pur
chasing sections which maybe had of
tho secretary at his olllcc.
All Refreshment teams after paying
llrst gato money will be allowed lo re
cross the bridge free.
All Rules will bo strictly enforced.
Thcofflcinl Programme of the.Races
can be obtained from the secretary on
Juno 8th. atdlis office 27 Merchant St.
Admission to park, 25 cts; children
under 10 years ol ago, free; horses, 50
cents each; admission to grand stum',
$1 ; badges, $5 each.
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SHOP,
No. 10 Fort Street,
Opposite Pantheon Stables.
S. I. Shaw, proprietor.
FULLY ESTABLISHED; the 'best
practical mechnnlcs in tho Kine.
dom, under the superindendance of Mi.
Ned Doyle. Special attention piid to
diseased hoofs and crippled horses. The
new improved and beneficial 'foot tubs
npplied in doctoring horses tho only
shop in the city using thom. All work
guaranteed and done promptly on rea
sonable terms. 418 ly
WILL BE PAID toany person or
persons who will give such in
formation as will lead to ttie 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-curt across said road on tho
night of the 24th of May instant.
D. DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1883. 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WEIGHT
TO THE RESCUE t
AT the earnest solicitation of horso
owners, we sent to the Coast of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floormnn. Thanks to our agents, a
llrst-class mechanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops in the United Stales.
We have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating that all horses sent to our shop
will, in future, be shod in tho most
scientific munner known in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clutn.
sy workmen can now be made to travel,
(tar away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street,-Honolulu.
A Large, Assortment '
(former prico $2.50.)
tW To be hud nt
A. M. MELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium .
All Water Hates NoV JTJue
and owing, must bo paid at tho office of
the Honolulu Water Works,
, foot of Nuuanu st,
On or before June 30th, 18B3,
Othonviso the privilege will bo bus.
pended without further notice.
CHAR. 11. WTr.SfW
Sup't Water Works.
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