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rpilE COUNT will go Into Full
X Mourning for Her Into Noyallllgh
ncss tin) PiIiipcsb Nulli Kccllkolanl
from llio (Into of this notice, until the
day tiller Urn funeiid; mid will wear
half mourning from Unit time until tM
oxpltallon of two weeks from the tiny of
0. II. J HDD,
II. .M, Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Olllce, Iolanl Palace,
Mny illt-t, 1B1. -110
PIUDAY, JUNK 1i, 1881).
THI8 DAY'S DOINGS.
Examination nt Fort sired School
al 1) o'clock.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Cliurcli, nt !J o'clock.
Musical Society, Practice, YMCA
Polynesia Kiicmnpnient, ut7s30.
Imp. Order of Hod Men, nt 7 :!!().
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7:i)(.
Daily J 0. A. June 12: "When
n Minister of the Crown Ih accused
of loo much reticence ; of not allow
ing sufllcicnt disposition to conimii
nicntc to the public etc." "If,
upon examination, wc find that the
complaint comes from, or is indica
ted by n responsible representative
of ii reasonable opposition, then we
may expect that due notice will be
taken of the same "
Soino two or' three weeks ago a
complaint was made to the Minister
of the Interior by the residents of
Nuuann Valley asking IIIh Excellency
to appoint some person of practical
experience to examine into the cause
of that part of the city being cut off
from water privileges, There is no
Ministerial opposition in this matter,
still His Excellency has not deigned
to take the least notice of the res
The people living in tiie up
per part of Nuuann Valley,
had "water rights" which they
allowed the Government to use for
the benefit of the lower reservoir;
relying upon and paying for pri
vileges from the upper reservoir.
The management and arrangements
arc such as to deprive them of water
for domestic use. tIt seems unfor
tunate for the valley folks that the
Minister or his friends do not live
in that direction.
THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW.
Tito Show win held again yesterday,
the only additions being a banket of
limes grown on seedling tici;s planted
by Mrs. !. O, Carter, Nuiianu Valley;
a couple of beautiful magnolia blooms
sent by Mis. 0. P. Ward; a bouquet of
, flowers sent by A. S. Cleghorn; and tt
basket of beautiful nasturtiums, grown
by Mrs. .f. 0. Carter. Otherwise the
Show went on much the Mime as on
Wednesday. The bund played some
beuutlful selections in the afternoon.
The live-logged pig was the hourco of
much curiosity. The weighing machine
.was tested during the show by about 500
different people, varying front a two
year-old baby weighing 2(1 lbs, to a well
known grocsr who weighed SOI lbs, A
Hawaiian woman topped the scale al tii'i
lbs,, and the lightest adult, a young lady
of 18, weighed 62 lbs.
Over 700 people visited the Show yes
terday, being somewhat over the llrst
day's atlendaceo. The Show may be
considered to have been very successful
considering that it was the llrst attempt
of the kind for many years. No doubt
next year things will bo better arranged
and done with greater regularity The
following U a list of the prizes and
awards ported yesterday with additional
Uest imported Durham Hull, C, llrJudd;
and ditto, L, McCully; NcH Angus Hull,
J, I. Dowhctt; Uest Jersey Null, II, N.
MtHsfarJanci licet Ilolsteiu Null, U .Mo
Cully 5 Nest Ayrshire Null, (unlive), II.
Watcrbouscj Nct Jersey Null, (native),
- N, Dillingham; Nest Durham grade
cow (native), Grove Naneli Co,; Nest
Jersey and Tom Thumb guide cow (an.
live), L, AleCulIyi Nest Impelled Ayr,
biro cow, Jf, WHlerhnuso; lle.t Impoilcd
Jersey ;uw, Jf. II. Miifii)aiiU Nest llll
ported Durham grade cow, II. Dllllug.
limn; Nut impoiled Hnlslobi cow, h,
McCully i Must Ninlvo Yoke winking
Jl)lii Hlnllinnfiir WJlitf'lli Jl pi'lHi
jtowuMJMuijiii 9 do JfiiiK Milium,
,1, MoUufigmi, Tliu JwIun rbiniilf II
imfiijf for hvm pur im w wmm
Speculation, Honrable mention. Im
pelled Stallion for draught use (no
exhibit.) Imporled Stallions for fiddle
use, lt prize, Triumph, 0. II. .luddi
2nd prize, Wulci ford, O. Lucas. Special
class for Stallions for all woik, lt prize,
Nobble I.ce, II. N. Macfarlaue. Special
class for Stallion Thoroughbred, 1st
pn.e, ivaiilioe, jjch name nuiiuou
over I yrais old, 1ft prize Captain
Calor, Oovornor Domlnls; lion.
Mention to l.auicJi W. II. Nice,
Nest uatlvi! Hlallloti uiiiler I yean,
1st pilze Prkcii Henry, A. V.
.Iinldf Hon. nieiitioii to coll, 1 1 month"
old, of W. II. Nice's, NcSl Imported
mure for cnirlagc use, HI prize Maude,
II,. I. Agnew. Nest imported mare for
saddle, 1st prize, Iidy Woodburii, II.
It. II. Piiiieess l.lliuokabiul. Ned
Imported mare for draught use, 1st
prize, mare exhibited by N, Llshmiw.
Ileslmarc and foal, native, 1st pilze,
Lucy, C. II. Jndd. Nest Gelding,
nallve, 1st pilze, Noma. II. N, If,
Princess Lllliioknlanl; Slid do,Dailng,
C, W. Mncfarlniw. Nest filly, native,
1st prize, Venus, C. II, ,ludil Slid do
Cora, II. N, II. Princess l.llluokalanl.
No jirlze was awarded for Native mules.
Ncsl pair native horn1, 1st prl.e,
black Htalllons under ( yeais W. II Nice.
Nest, pair Draught hows, nallve. Nt
)irle, pair bays. W. II. Nice; best
male, nallve, Isl pilze, Kitty, II. Walcr
hoiifc; (Ibis ela-s was added by the
Ncsl Imported No.ir. HI prize, Caspar
Sllvn; Slid pilze, II, It, Macfarlaiie.
Net imported How, 1st prize, N. (Jerke;
Slid do, N. Ceike, Nesl litter of pigs,
1st prize, N. Oerke; Next fat pig, native,
1st prize, Ills Majesty.
Doininlek fowls, 1st iirize. II, H. Mac-
fin lime. Hawaiian Geese, Hon. mention,
N. V. Nlekerton, Vai idles of Came
Cocks, !! kinds 1st prize Horace Crabbc,
(inmo Cock k Hen. Hon, menlfou, J. IC,
Iviutoii. Cochin Chinas, 1st prize, C, Lu
cas, Three varieties of pigeons, 1st
prize, J. Ach. Nest Tumbler pigeons,
lion, mention, it. J.isiimaii.
Neot flikln of butler, 1st pilze, Pun
huellannh; Sml do., Ahlmanti Hunch;
best pound of butter made by house
keeper, 1st prize, Miss Widemann; Snd
do,, Woodlawn Dairy.
noMKSTIO MANUI'ACT tllll'.S.
Ncsl exhibit of calabashes and bowls
made from Hawaiian wood and cocoa
nuts, 1st prize, ir.It.II. Princess Llkellke
Nest bundle of sugar cane, Wnlmana
lol'lantatloit; largest collection of do.,
IIilcu Plantation; brut singe stick of
do., llilcaPJanliitioii; bextkalo, .1, Moa.
natili; beet collection of nallve giown
fibrous plants, C. C. Coleman; best sam
ple ot sugar, (;. Along; smi nest no, no,
waimaiialo Plantation; best sample of
lice, Walnianalo PJanlallon; bcstcxhl
bltjiof fibre from any native or Intro
(bleed plant grown here, 0. C. Cole
man; best cAhibltof any dried or pre
K'rvcd lrult grown in this country, Dr,
T. II, Endcrs.
JIISCKI.LAI.'KOUS I5XIII HITS.
Nest toc-weight tiottbig shoe, J. Mo
Lain; best racing plates, .1. Mclthi:
best trotting shoes, J. Doyle; best road
slcr's shoes, J. Doyle; best wagonette, O
Wct: best S-wftccled lop-carl, Y. J.
Jllggins; best bugcy, G. West; best
faun wagon, V. J. Illgglns.
(Additional) Peaches, 1st prize, P,
Milton; grapes, 1st prize, P. Mlllon.
The bark Klsinorc sailed yesterday for
San Kranebco; hc look 10,80!) bags of
sugar, S,030 bags rice, 031 bags paddy,
83 hides, and 100 bunches bananas.
Stinr Waimaiialo brought 11'0 bags of
Nark Amelia, Cjpl Newhall, SI days
days from Port Nlakeicy, arrived yes
terday, with 4J5,010 ft. rough lumber,
4S,2S2 ft. surf lumber, -ICO bundles shin
gle?, and !!03 bundle laths, She is coif
signed to Allen & Nobliison,
Iioyul lliuvuiiaii Agricul
tural Socio ty'H HJiow, 188:;.
A N Oflleial List of the Awards made
by the .Indites will be published
e Hoard of Management on Sittur-
4'i'i It J. K, WKNH, Kec,
Honolulu Fire Department.
MIK 8BVEHAL CO.MPANIIJ8 arc
hereby (heeled to assemble in the
Kipniie opiioKlle lite Nnghie House of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. S,
IN FULL UNIFORM,
without nppurntiM, at S,o'clnck p.m. on
riUNDAV.Ihe 17lh iiislaiit,loiitlcud the
fuucnii or ner iittu uoytu iiiguncss
Per order, ClIAK.T.dUfdCIC,
Heo'y, II, JM).
Iloiiolulu, Juno lii, J88JI JSHSt
0, I), OliHSCII, v, ,1, I'Alir.llllOOS,
OEMBOH fc bFAOBIWOOS
No, B King Strcni, i i i Honolulu,
opposite J, ')'. WHi'flioiuo's,
Welches all Mndi rppfllrcJ In n whtiv,
lory mnmm; mid ill
Juliiml oMlnw.iiilwiilfil lo wlih inoiiipp
' untii. mid all woiH ihuiii bv us mini'.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
The M.ndrHi went lat ewiiiiig alwit
The performance lal .-veiling iras
flritt'clasi!. Ko dcfeclf .
S. V. Akfliw progenies All Lin and
Ah JCc for coiicplracy loday.
A fine, llydraiifffti exhibited by Mr.
A'ong atlracled much iilU'iillon,
Komi: fine faro v liown by Mr.
Moanaiill. Klx tnlwrs weighed 71 lbs,
AwtAKOKMii.vrs hue been made no
that the Madras ba been released and
the libel tvillidrnivii.
OH Wednwday iiilit Ihe mUUen
took ft promenade tlnoiib (he streets.
When Is fhe promlwl lour round the
island coining oflf
Tin: fbhornieii ray flint the Chinee
fihcrmen cnughl In Ihclr net, while
fbhlng a dead body of a rbbi.imaii en
closed In a bag.
I.v case any of the awards have been
forfeited by a bleach of irguinlfon ll
can be at-ccrlaiucd '.theii the oflleial Hit
There will be an cAamltialioii held at
Fort street Kcliooi, eommenciiig at l
o'clock this morning, Mr, Atkinson
will conduct the cxcicfitcs,
YnsTKiniAV al iln Agrlcullural Show
Mr. V.. It, VVIboii found one of Hie game
ehlekeiis that weri! slolen ft oiii him oiiic
mouths ago ilii ejdilblled, The ex
hibitor staled ibal be bad bought fl from
a Chinaman foi;t4.
, .- ..
It would be better next show If the
horses and cow were allowed larger
stalls, xo ibal they could be well seen
on all shies without wp.lring them to
be led out. Also the passage between
the stalls should be wider. Only one
could go through ala time at this rdiow.
To-oay the Annual Examinations at
Oaltii College, I'unahmi, commence with
a written examination. This will be
con 1 1 n ued on Monday and, on Tuesday,
the oral examinations will be held, and
on next Thursday evening the exercbes
of the Graduating class will be held.
i, , , I1 'L..'
To Tin: Honolulu I'oijliu; At the An
nual Meeting of the Hoard ot Nepresen
tatl ves of the Honolulu i'lrc Department
held on the 7th insiaiil, the r.ubjeet of
bon-Jlrcf ami tra$li-bnrnlu? on private
property, wiiuiii or near ute city minis
was dbcusscd from a Fireman's stand
point, and, as might have been expected,
it calico lorm sonic ranter nar-.ii com
ments on ll.oic who have during the
past year, either through thoughtless
ness or IndiHerence, been the cause of
us.elcss efforts and loss of time of the
Department and wear and tear of its ap
paratus, by kindling bonfires without
notice, ami selecting it would seem In
tentionally the time when they would
cause the most alarm and unnecessary
work and trouble.
It was finally decided to authorize the
Chief Engineer to make a public appeal
to the propci fy lioldcis ami residents of
the city cciicrally. requesting them to In
form either lite fire Marshal or himself
a reasonable time beforehand of the ex
act time and place of any intended Nou
fire orTrnsh.busiifug in order that false
alarms from these causes be prevented,
Some of our citizens have already
been considerate in the matter and given
due.notice, as above rerpiested, but the
custom is by no means general,
This appeal Is made with a degree of
dlflldeitcc, as the members of the De
partment remember with pleasure and
gratitude that they, as a body, have been
dealt generously with In the past by the
past by the good people of this city, and
they hope to merit u like consideration
in the future; at the same time they en
tertain a measure of confidence, that the
rcasonablcucfts of their request will be
admitted, and a hearty compliance there
We have at present in round numbers
three hundred active members: a large
majority of whom depend for (heir live
lihood of their families and themselves
on their dally wages; and while they do
not hesitate to spend their time and
strength or risk life ami limb for the
benefit of their fellow-cltixcits when oc
casion may require it, yet there Is uotli
ing more disheartening and destructive
of discipline and promptitude In the In
dividual firemen themselves, and annoy,
ing to their employers than to find, after
a long and fatiguing run with heavy ap
paratus, their efforts and lime have
been thrown away In consequence of u
careless and wanton fahc alarm.
Per order of the Hoard,
Chief Engineer II. F, D.
Honolulu, June 11, 188. 4SS lw
A -XUHHrJ ClIHL,niiistc'oiiiu well re.
Apply to Mrs, C. 0.
AM persons having claims iigaimd
. lliu Estate of J, ll, LYNCH will
please file their claims on or befoiu Hal.
iiiduy, July 1-llh next, at lliu Nanking
IIoiimi of Illsliop V Co, All paillns hi'
delled o hi Id I'Sliile are requested lo
limku Immeilliiiu payment at Dig suiiiu
NJrmOP fi Uih, Awiicm,
rimioluhl, Juno IV, IHHil,
To lily 4JiinIoiihi'n
AND Ilia pnbllu III KOiwrilli m U)
. Iiifmmyoiilliiil I liuvn whIpi! my
limii'siaiiigsmp o Jolin Mel.'ilii, io
bus bi'i'ii hi my cjiiploy imr fmii' iwim,
Thiiiililiiu ynfi foryoiir fiiyw IipwIoi
fw, l lioiMiym will iwilliiiioyoiii' pup
Kiiiniu. Vdln'ii vui'v I rule.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Kidlabie forKioek Ninclics where water Is required to be raided from gulches
U pill lire laud for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, BroGrm of superior quality.
Magi lcso-Cttl cite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
A (politicly fireproof.
Lubricating Oils of every description al lowest market rale.
Nice Cloth, Patent Nag Holders Just the thing for Nice and Sugar 31111s;
Differential Pulley Nlocks, Carriage Lamps.
jS"ew Goods constantly arriving.
Pull lines of Plows and Agrlcullural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
juki: itstii, am.
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements;
I);i. J. S. McGubw,
II, A. Wiim'-jiax.v,
II. It, 3Iaci'aulam;,
A, 8, CLKOIIOItff,
J, K, WiHiiMAX, Secretary,
Juwjkh; C. E, Williams, Wm. "Wilder,
W. It. Ntichaiian,
TimiKkki'Kiik; P. L, Clark and
STAitTKitj Capt, A, N, Haylcy.
Cli'-ukokCoijiisk! Cltarlcs Wilson.
Saoolino Padoock: .Tas, Dodd.
The Naces will coinmcticc at 10 a.m.
Iil-PARK PUTE, Puns $75,
Hurdle Itacc; one mile dash ; 4 bur
dies; free to all; catch weights.
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $2S,
Mule Nacc; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
3rd-QUEEN'8 CUP, Pursj$150,
Nuuning Nace; otic mile beats; best
'i iiii); free for all.
4th KING'S CUP, Puno$150,
Trotting Hace; mile heats; best ' in
5 lo harness; free for all.
Blh-KAMEHAMEHA PUTE, Purse $100,
Nutinfug Nace; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
belter record than 1 ;07.
eth-LUNAMAKAAINANAPLATE, Purse $125
Trolling Nace; one mile heats; brut
'i in !J; free lo all Hawaiian bred
71b PRINCESS CUP, Purso$100,
Pony Nace; one inllcdab; open to
all (ionics bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 bands high; catch weights,
8ih-RECIPR0CITY CUP, Purse $175,
Nuuning Nace; one mile heats;, best
2 in ii: tttiii to all Hawaiian bred
Oth-ORAZIERS' PUTE. Purse $125,
Kunning Nace; 2milcdash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses 'two years
lOlh-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting ltncc; mile heats; best '2 in
ii to harness; owners lo drive.
Hth-LUNALILO PUTE, Purse,$75,
Nuuning Hace; mile dash-, open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolani Park.
12th-EXPRE88 CUP, Purso $50,
Trotting Hace; one mile; free to all
horses that have never trotted in any
13ih FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10,
Uth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
t5!h-uREASE POLE, Purse $20,
All horses entered for the above races
will be under the control of the Judges,
and their decision will bo final.
All Numilug Niicck will bo under the
rules of the Paellic Wood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights,
All horses to carry a rider.
. All Trotting Naces will bu under the
rules of the National Trotting Assoela
Hon All games of chance or pool selling
All horses thai are sold In Pools will
be ruled out,
Permits to train horses nl the Park
Track can bu obtained from the Secre
laiy. )u older to Keiiuia and maintain order,
no one will bu allowed on the track
without tint Association bulge, whluli
may Im obtained from lliu Hem clary ill
Uih Park grounds, llulgos ijii,
All onirics iiinit bu niaihi iiiidec seal,
ill Ilia secretary's oJllmi before fi o'clock
Pilib Jilii" 1 1 They will lliwi bo openml
III iii'iwiienofllMi (,'imilllllleu,
Iviilimiua fen 10 pur nciit oil imrnliusu
oiiiiiiys' iiiimi mnu licinmip.my ip,
i'lwu iiniH lid Hiiwi mMo (ii iill mum
stand all Jockeys will promptly bring
their Homes out according to the Ilncc
In nil Ibices where weights arc to be
carried, Nidersand Drivers are required
to provide llielr own weights.
A few more lloollm o Nenl, 20 foot sq.
Section 10 No one allowed to sell re
freshments al the Park unless by pur
chasing xectlons which may be had of
the sccrclary at his ofllcc.
All Ncfreshmetil teams after paying
flrt gate money will be allowed to re
cross the bridge free.
All Holes will be strictly enforced.
The oflleial Programme of the Naces
can be obtained from the sccrclary on
June 8th. at his ofllcc 27 Merchant St.
Admission to park, 25 cts; children
under 10 yean of ago, free; horses, CO
cents each; admission to grand stand,
$1; badges, $fj each.
J. E, WrsKMArr, Secretary.
THE CITY SHOEING SHOP,
No, 16 Fort Street,
Opposite i. Pantheon Stables
S, I, Shaw, proprietor.
FULLY ESTABLISHED-, the best
practical mechanics in the King--dom,
under the supcrindendance of Mr.
Ned Doyle, Special attention pild to
diseased itoofs and crippled horses. Tito
new improved and beneficial foot tubs
applied in doctoring horses the only
shop in the city using thorn. All wort
guaranteed and done promptly on rca
sonable terms. 418 ly
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 the road to
Walkiki, beyond Sunny South, by plac
ing an ox-cart across said road ou the
night of the 24th of May instant.
D, DAYTON. Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May 25, 1883, 411
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WEIGHT
TO THEJIEBOUE I
AT the earnest solicitation of horse
. owners, we sent to the Coast of ur
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floormaii, Thanks to our agents, a
first-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 lo our shop
will, in future, be shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that lias been crippled by clum
sy workmen can now be mado to travel.
(far uway from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHIT3IAN & WNIGI.T,
417 King street, Honolulu.
A Largo Assortment
l At 1.75.
(former price I&2.G0,)
EZT To be had at
A. M. MELIUS,
-ll U Honolulu Clothing Emporium,
All "Wiitoi Kates Now Duo
and owing, iniiH bu
paid nl the ollluo of
tho Honolulu Wider Works,
imn n .minimi hi,
On or before June 30th, 1883
Ollienvlmi he privilege will bu silt,
puiuieii wniniui. niiiuur nonce.
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T 1AL1 .? r I.