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rpiIE COUIIT will go Into Villi
X Mourning for Her late Royal High
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from tin) (Into of this notice, until tin
dny ii fit. r Hid luiierul; mill slll win
half mourning fiom tint t tjmc until tin
i'Xili.uton of two weeks ftom tliu day ol
0. II. JIM)!),
II. M. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's OIHci', lolunl Palace,
May JIM, 18:J. -I1C
hc sjpailii ullclhi,
MONDAY, JUNK 18, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Races, "Kupiolnni Park
Onlm College, examination
Algurob.i Lodge, lit 7:30.
Ilurmonv Loilge, I.0.0.K.7
AT IT AGAIN.
The Advertiser on Thursday ac
cused us of inventing stories, and then
inserting them in the columns of
this paper. This is a grave charge to
make and it goes on to prove it by
showing how well it can do that
which it accuses us of doing in
venting statements and inserting
them as truths. Probably it is this
facility at pure invention which
causes it to accuse others so fre
quently of that crime against honest
As to the story that we arc
accused of having invented the
rumour of a tiff between ministers
we will put it in a slightly
different way, and instead of calling
it a rumour insist that it is a
fact. The story is this : A certain
sum of money arrived in the Finance
Department. As money was short
the Minister of Finance had given
orders not to have too much drawn
out as he wished to present aies
pectable balance on hand when the
next report came out. Both the
Minister of the Interior and the
Minister of Foreign affairs wished to
draw money on certain nppropiia
' tions, aud as the Minister of the
Interior came first .the other
couldn't get any at that time. Of
course the explanations which ensued
may or may not be called a tiff.
We suppose the parties to it can
call it what they please. But that
doesn't alter the fact that the
venerable Minister of Foreign Affairs
can gloze over the truth in a news
paper article so as to make it convey
quite a different impression to what
ought to be conveyed.
The public know us and have
known us long enough to be certain
that we would not be guilty of any
thing even approaching misrepre
sentation, if the whole facts arc
before us. If we do err at times it
is through w ant of complete know
ledge and we hasten always to set
the public right in the matter as
soon as possible. But when we
know wheieof wo affirm, ive are not
going to give in and allow a lie to
go before the public unchallenged
The Hartford will leave to-morrow for
Stinr C It Bishop brought 1059 bags of
sugar, and 1228 bags of paddy.
Stmr Lehua brought 578 bags of sugur,
140 sheep, 25 hogs and 1 horse.
Stmr Waimanalo brought 400 bags of
Stmr Kilauca IIou brought 8!)3 bags
of sugar, and 5 horses.
SehrGen Seigel brought 700 water
melons. The Bk. St. Lawrence dipt. A. W.
Wobb, 05 days from Newcastle, arriyed
Juno 10 with 1150 tons of coal. She is
consigned to Messrs. Wilder & Co.
Stmr Mokolll brought H53 bags of
Itlcc, 111 bags of Bran 12 bags of
On tho way down the Suez broke two
bliides of her propeller. Sho will co on
to the Marine Bail way to bo repaired on
The British ship Mnllsgoto left Liver
pool for Honolulu ou the 10th May.
Consigned to T. II. Davles & Co.
The schr Sadie F. Culler arrived at
Kahulul, June 13; and the bchr Kosurio
sailed for Sm Francisco on tho 14th.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Lvcan & Johnbo.v sell 801b. curled
Jialr Muttrnsscs for $20. 120 lw.
. PooL-sclliug ill u mild and amateur
style on the races is already going on.
C ait A i.n Dodd was married on the 5th
and left for England the same day,
Donn's 'busses lc.ivo at 8.U0 a.m. to
day, and every fifteen minutes alter for
Tub Sue will leave for
soon as the repairs to her
Tho City of New Yoik brought tho
iMniulvniij ntititr IT H Uiimit fVmilii t Qulnn
flfUlflM'via UltM'V W M UHqIH VUIMM14tVH
;piu Bun Kfuuclw'p to thlttulty.,
A ll.iclell t wns noticed on Saturday i.t
noon going along the lower end of Fori
Street, prolul.ly piactMng foi the nice.
It l hiM that Mr. Jniiies Cniipboll
Intend, to lrivo nn nrlo-lan well bored
for the mpply of Ids two lib ek or bull.
Ih'gi on Fori Stiiet.
Tin: Mailposa U to leaiu S.in 1'r.iu
clsco on br about the "JOth of .Inly.
Parages liom here tiro alreniy being
hookcdln advance. She piouilses to
tike away a full complement.
Doun's now 'bus wiu loulcd up on
Fildnywllh about iiO people on board
which" pi oved too much lor one of tliu
i.xlcs in eolng over it hole In the Kind.
It lias been reunited and Is now able to
stand any number that can get on.
O.s- Friday night there was much
walllrg for Hci Lite Highness Ruth to
be heard. The dismal sounds i-coincd
to tprcid from one itnrter of the city
to Hie other. At midnight the Kawal
hau Club song scvcial dirges composed
by themselves at Kaakopua llaty.
A private letter received from Kahu
hit ou Saturday, nnd dated June ldli
Males that the night before Mr. C. Hal.
lev's co )k shot a woman In the head, the
bullet lodging behind the ear, and then
"hot himself, lie died instantaneously
There is a dim chance of the woman's
III refcicuce to a stntcmcul which ap
penro.l in Saturday's Press in the form
of a letter signed "An Indignant Briton,"
Majo. Wortohousc dcslie iu to Mate
ihht it was by bis own express wMi th.it
the Ciptain of the Hvrtfoid did not ac
coid him the usual Miluto on his visit to
Aso :ost the cane stalks shown by
the Hilea Plantation at the show was a
vciy fine o 10 named Irwin! after Mr. TV
G. Irwin. This was first noticed by Sir
C. N. Spencer in 18fi3 growing at any
altitude of from 1G(M to 1703 feet. It Is
found to bo a very valuable and useful
Ai'I'auunti.y the American Citizen's
Committee on the 4th of July celebra
tion is not harmoniously constructed.
Four other resignation were leseived
Friday night and of tho remaining
twentythreo only eleven turned up ot
whom three were new.-papcr reporters.
Why U this? Arc the American Citi
zens going bock on the 4th or is the
Committee being run by someone.
We have been shown an ingenious
Invention for bitching hortcs by Mr.
Powers. The need of bitching posts
in front of houses aud shops here has
long been felt and many owners of
p-opcrty have responded to it by erect
ing then. Those who use this Inven
tion will not icnulre to look around for
a bitching pot when they wish to leave
their wagon unattended. By a
simple contrivance on the pulling of a
stiap a bifurcated iioniod is let aown
from below the i arriage, and the points
enter the ground. A sliding spilugon
the supporting bar to this is connected
by a trap wall tliu horse, s bit. If, lie
thou attempts to run away his head is
pulled do. vn by this strap, and the iron
rod is forced deeper into the ground.
Tiie moment lie stops frying to run
away the pressure on the spring is
released and lie is no longer held in a
constr incd position. The article niav
now lie seen nlllxcd to G. Green's
wagon No. 102.
LATEST FOREIGN NEYS.
France does not desire to annex
ToiKiulu but simply to maintain her
treaty rights The Irish priests are
obeying the Pope's encyclical against
sedition The people of Zurich have by
a popular vote sanctioned the restora
tion of capital punishment there A
British man-of-war has gone to Mada
gascar Tiie French have bombarded a
town in Madagascar 14 people were
crushed to death on East River Bridge
New York May 30th The French have
been defeated In Tonquin The new
gold-flelds in, Guaymas are looking
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Wednpsday, Juno 20th,
Saddle Horse, Top Buggies,
Double and Singlo Harness, &c.
To be fold by auction
At the Pantheon Stables,
On Wednesday next, Juno 20th, at 12
One Sudjllo Hoi'hu,
Two Top Buggies,
One Canopy Top Wagon,
Ono U-scated Rookawny,
Six English Sadlles,
Single and Double Harness,
Dump Cart, Lot of Pictures, Blinds,
Doors and Sahci; also, a
Large Lot of Firewood.
Lyons & Lkvuy, Auot'iv.
All Water ItatoH Now Due
uud owing, must bo paid at the otllco of
the Honolulu water Workn,
foot of Nuuunu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
OtherwUo the prlvilego will be mis
peuded without further notice.
CUAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water yorks.
Approved : J. E, Bush,
Minister of Interior. '
Honolulu. .Tuna 1. lH8a. '.
c v:j;".r:-LT tv ' t-.-j
OllUEL-TY TO ANIMALS.
A man that is kind to Uio dumb
animal will bu to his fellow man. 1
am surprised at the remarks of " P,
U. A. Most people who arc acquain
ted with tho propiietor of that paper
do believe him to be a kind hearted
and humane man the P. (J. A. ol
The best class of Miciety and in
telligence arc indebted to your paper
for the efforts in establishing a socie
ty of tills character. It may be
true that there aru but few such
societies in the Islands of the Pacillc.
I dare 333' they are not to bo found
in Central Afiica, but they arc to be
found in all Countries where educa
tion aud rcliuemcnt picdomlnatc. Is
It not a duly we owe to our own in
telligence to discountenance acts of
ciuelty to the poor dumb brute
which may be witnessed every day
of our lives? Is it not a duty to
those we live amongst to teach
them that it is barbarous and brutal
to bent animals as most of our Ila
waiians do. Only look at the treat
ment cattle and sheep receive
from natives we will s.iy nothing
of the pour horse ridden to death
with a back like u beefsteak. Think
of fowls brought from the other
side of the Island lashed to tho sad
dle by their feet on a sore back
horse at full gallop. Is it not
enough to make you say "Look out
for the dumb animal man looks out
for himself." S.
A KEY. Owner can have the same
by giving description of it, paying
cost of advertisement, and applying at
Bulletin Olllce. 4:i0 lw
After the Races !
From 3 until 10 o'clock p. m.
Lunches & Dinners
Pi cm 25 to CO cents,
AT THE DELM0NIC0!
Recuperate af.cr ex auilion.
"RflON OEHLHAFPEN & Co.,
430 It Pioprleiorf.
The Delmon'co Restaurant,
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King s.ieet.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL HOmiS.
LUNCHES & SUPPERS
25 to 50 ccnt3.
tBoard, per week, upslairs, : : 0.OD
B. VON OEHLHAFPEN & Co.,
430 lm Proprietors
To the Honolulu Publ.o: At the An
nual Meeting of the Ubar . ot Meprcacu
tutives of the HonoluluFi i DOiJ.irimcii
held on the 1th instant, 'the subject o.
bon-jircs and trash-burning on privati
inopeity, within or near ilie city limit)
was dii-ciibsed from a Firem mS stand,
point, aud, as might have been o pffcted.
It culled foith borne rather liar h com
incuts on iLo;c who have during tin
past year, either through tnoughtless
ucss or iiidillercnce, been the cause ol
useless dibits and lo- of time ot tin
Department and wear and tear of its np
paratus, by kindling, bo nil res witliou
.lotlcc, and selecting it would seem in
eiitioually the times when they wouh
cause the most alarm and unnecessary
work and trouble.
it was Anally decided to authorize tin
Chief Engineer to make a public appeal
to the property holders and residents ot
ihe city generally, requesting them to in
form either the Fire Marshal or liimsuL
a reasonable time beforehand of the ex
act time and place of any intended Bon
lire or Trabh-busning in order that ful
alarms from these causes bo prevented.
Some of our citizens have nlrcudx
been comidcrate in the matter and give)
dun notice, us above rcciucsicd, but tin
custom is by no means general.
This appeal is made with a degrco o
dillldciiee, as the members of tho De
parlment remember with pleasure am
grnlitudc that they, as a body, have beet,
dealt gencroubly with In the past by lb
past bj' the good people of this city, and
they hope to merit a like consideration
iu the future; at the. same time they en
tertain a mcasuro of confidence, that tin
reasonableness of their request will be
admitted, and a hearty compliance there
Vc have at present in round numbert
three hundred active members; a large
majority of whom depend for their live
lihood of their families and themselves
on their dally wages; and while they do
not hesitate to spend their time and
btiength or risk lifo and limb for the
bencllt of their fellow-ctl7.ens when oc
casion may rcquiro It, yet there is noth.
lug more disheartening mid destructive
of discipline aud piomptltudo in the in
dividual firemen themselves, and annoy,
ing to their employers than to Hud, aftci
a long and fatiguing run with heavy ap
tinnitus, their elforts and time have
been thrown away iu consequence of a
careless nnd wanton also alarm.
Per order of the Hoard,
Chief Engineer H. P. I).
Honolulu, Juno 14, 188ft. 428 lw
ANUBSE GIRL, must come well re
commended, Apply to Mrs. C. O.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
bulletin of new goodsi
Suitable for Stock Handles where water Is required to bo raUed from gulches
to pasturo hinds for watering btock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
M agneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowost market rates,
llieo Cloth, Patent Bag Holders Just the thing for lllco and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carrlngo Lamps.
New Goods constantly arriving..
Pull lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
JUNE 18th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGiiew, W. G. Iuvtin,
fl. A. WmnMANN, A S. Cluoiioiik,
CixilBiiowk, Frank Bitowx,
II. R. Macfaulani;, . Jami:s Dodd,
J. E. Wisem x, Secretary.
Judols: C E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Keepers: F, L. Clark and
Stahteh: dipt. A. B. Huyloy.
Clerk ov Course: Charles Wilion.
Saddling Paddock: Jas. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
1st -PARK PLATE, Purse $75,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights.
Mawaikea's Kaukaiwa, blue and white
J. F. Colburn's b.g' Stranger, pink and
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; ono mile dash; free for
all; citch wcieht'.
Miles Bros' blk.in. Sancho, black jaekct
and red sleeves, white pants aud red
Clias. Mann's Nigger, blue.
Jim. CrowV Eluikai. scarlet and blue.
3rd-QUEEN'S CUP, Parso$150,
Running Race; o le mile heats; best
2 in 3;frc3iorall.
Miles Bros' c.h. Langford, Jr. blk jacket
and reu sleeves, wmte pants ana reu
W.'fi. Cornwall's g.s. Gen'l Garllsld
card'l and blk.
T. B. Walker's g.m. Sallie Black, pink
J. R. HoltJr's b.s. Gen'l Hancock, blue
shirt and cap.
Mh-KING'S CUP, Pur3o$150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
0 to Harness; tree for nil.
.Tas. Dodd's s.g. Thomas II,
Capt Clancy's b.h. Toby,
5th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred hoiscs not having a
better record than 1 :57.
J. A. Cummins' g.h. Telephone, blue
shirt and cap.
Moi-cs Kamttnuo's g.g. Poni Moi, pink
W. U. Cornwell's d.g. Creeper, card'l
Gth-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $125
Trotting Race; one mile heals; best
2 in 8; free to all Hawaiian bred
Jus. Dodd's b.g. Diamond,
Wallace Jackson's s.g. Jlnimie,
7th-PRINCESS CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; one mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
W. H". Cornwall's g.f. Mollle, card'l aud
Dan'l Lovell's g.f. Jennie Peki, white.
Wm. Robinson's s.g. Triumph, pink
8th-RECIPR0CITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in i); free to all Hawaiian bred
J. A. Cummins' b.g. Stanford Colt, dk
blue shirt and cap.
I. It. Holt Jr'sr.ni. Venus, light blue
shirt and cap,
Moses. Kiimanao's g.g. Ponl Moi, pink
9lh-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; H milodush; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
W. II. CornwollM b.s. Premns, card'l
red and blk.
Clarence. Maefarlunu'rf g.f, Mollle, blue
S. M. Whitman's g.f. Flora, blue shirt
J. F. Colburn's b.g. Equal Rights, pink
lOth-AMATEUR CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 iu
!) to harness; owners (o drive.
Capt. Cluiiey'a b,h. Toby.
i. I. Shaw's b.g. Hero.
, vi, u.,uurqwi'iJM g s. Uli
Jkt, Dodd's $., Tnowsvj
Illh-LUNALILO PUTE, Purso,$75,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all burses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapioluni Park.
tV. H. Coin well's d.g. Creeper, Card'l &
0. Macfarlanc's b.g. Daring, white and
12th-EXPRESS CUP,( Purso $50,
Trotting Race; one mile; free to all
horses that have never trotted la any
1 3th-F00T RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.
fohn Spencer, white cap.
V. C. Knikana, white suit.
14th BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
15lh-GREASEP0LE, Purso $20,
All horses entered for the above races
will be under the control of tho Judges,
and their decision will be final.
All Running Races will.be under the
rules of the Pacific Blood Horse Assoc!
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will be under tho
rules of tho National Trotting A3soeia
tion All games of chance or pool selling
All horsesHhat are sold in Pools will
be ruled out.
Permits to train horses at the Park
Track can bo obtained from the Score
lary. In order to secure and maintain order,
no one will be allowed on the track
without the Association badge, which
may be obtained from the Secretary at
the Park grounds. Badges $5.
All entries must be made under seal,
at the secretary's orllce before 5 o'clock
p.m. June 14. .They will then be opened
in presence of the Committee.
Entiaace fee 10 per cent off purchase
Jockeys' colors must accompany en
There must be three entries in all races
and two to start.
At the call of the Bell from the Judge
stand all Jockcvs will nromntlv lirln.r
their Horses out according to the Race
In all Races where weights arc to bo
carried. Riders and Drivers are required
to provide their own weights.
A lew more Booths to Rent, 20 fool sq.
Section $10 No one allowed to sell re
frcbhments at tho Park unless by pur
chasing sections which may bo hud of
the secretary at his office.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first gate money will be allowed to re-i'
cross the bridge free.
All Rules will be strictly enforced.
Tho official Progruramo of the Races
can be obtained from tho secretary on
June 8th. at his office 27 Merchant St.
Admission to park, 25 cts; children
under 10 years of ago, free; horses, 60
cents each; admission to grand stand,
$1; badges, $5 each. .
J. E Wiseman, Secretary.
Where do yon liny your
IN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
we simply desire you to examine
closely three main p6lnts:
ttud, Stylc-l'It ana Work.
3rd, Frlee-SUe or BUI.
And -when you are satisfied with conclu.
sions, pay us a visit, ana we guarantoo
Quality of Material,
Stylo of JFlt nnd. 'WJofJc
Saving of 20 per cent
Iu your order. If theso are sufficient
considerations plcaso call at tho
Great American Clothing House
17 Nuunnu Street,
393 ly Corner of Marine.
ibu aa I'Aiu to any
uy person or
T T persons who will give such in-
lormatton as will lead to tho conviction
of tho person or persons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed the road to
Waiklki, beyond. Sunny South by pac
ing ai ox-cart across said road on the
night of the 34tU of May Instant, i jvH
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