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THE COURT an 111 go Into Full
Mourning for llcr Into ltuynl High.
Hess lliu Piinccss Ituth KeillUolnnl
from lliti (Into of this notice, until thu
dny nftcr tlio funcrnl; nml will wenr
linlf mourning from Hint time until Ihu
txplrntlon of i wo weeks from the tiny of
C. II. JUD1),
II. M. Chamberlain.
ChnmlicrlnlnV Olllee, Ioltml I'lilucc,
Mny I11M, 1883. 410
TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Oulnt College, examination
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7 :30.
Bible Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :30.
"Was this year observed yesterday,
the 18th, instead of the 11th, out of
respect to Her late Ilighuess Kccli
kolani as our readers arc aware.
Throughout the day the ships in the
harbour were decorated gaily with
bunting and the Hags of the different
Consuls hung out to the breeze.
At noon salutes were fired from the
shore battery and the Hartford
which was lying outside the harbour.
The chief event of the day was,
THU HACK MEUTISO
At Kapiolani Park. An enormous
.number visited the grounds, and all
day long the Waikiki road was cov
ered with outgoing and incoming
pedestrians, horsemen and vehicles.
The Park itself was crowded, and
the various refreshment stalls drove
a roaring trade with the thirsty
sieht-seers. Ths starting was ex
cellently done by Cupt. Hayley and
Mr. C. 13. Wilson performed the
duties of Clerk of the Course to
everybody's satisfaction. Amongst
he events of the day were the losing
of $500 by one gentleman from his
pocket and the capture of a horse by
Capt. Tell. The horse had been
stolen on the 18th of May last.
His Majesty was present duriug a
portion of the day. A number of
$5 pieces, and' S10, 20 and $50
bills changed hands during the day.
The following is the result of the
different events :
lbT Race Pakk Plate, Purse 75
Hunllc Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to till; catch weights.
Mawaikea's ICaiikuiwn, blue and white
J. F. Column's b.g. Stranger, pink and
This wns won by Stranger, in 2m. 0-?4
sec. It wns a very interesting race.
2nd Race Li:aiii Cur, Purse $25
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; cntch weights.
Miles Bios' lilk.m. Suncho. black jacket
and red sleeves, w hltu pants and red
Chas. Mann's digger, blue.
Jim. Crow's Ehukai, t-curlot and blue.
Won by Nigger, in 2m. lljsec.
8kd Race Queen's Cup, Pure $150
Running Rueo; one mile hems; best
2 in 3; free for nil.
Miles Bros' c.h. Langford, Jr. blk jacket
and red sleeves, white pants and red
W. II. Cornwell's g.. Geu'l Garlleld
card'l and blk.
T. B. Walker's g.m. Snllie Black, pink
J.'R. Holt Jr's b.s. Gen'l Hancock, blue
shirt and cap.
The first lie.it was a tie between Lang
ford, jr. and Gen Garlleld, uud was run
in lm. 47?isec. (This wui one of the
prettiest events of the duy.) Lnngford,
jr. won the second and third heats m lm
lOifbcc. and lm. 50sec. lespcclivoly.
Gen Garlleld and Gcu Huucock were
4th Kino's Cur, Purso 1C0
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 11 in
0 to liiunoss; ircu for all.
.Tan. Dodd's s.g. Thomas II,
Capt Cluuey's b.h. Toby,
Toby won the first heal in 2m. 55J-
see., and Thomas II. won the 2nd, tied,
, and 4ili, iu 2m 48scc., 2m 50sec, and
2m 53jec. respectively, and was there
fore declared winner.
5tk Kamkhameha Plate, Purse $100
. Running Race; ono milo dash; for
lliiwullnn bred hoises not having a
better record than 1 :07.
' J. A. Cummins' g.h. Telephono, blue
' shirt and cap.
Moses Kamanao's g.g. Ponl Moi, pink
W. II. Cornwell's d.g. Creeper, card'l
Ponl Moi won this in lm. 49sec; Tele.
. nltono second, and Creeper third- Ponl
Moi went louud the track splendidly.
0th Lumamakaainana Funr, Purse
Tiottlng Race; oue mile heats; bct
2 In 3; frco to all Hawalimi bicd
Jas. Dodd's b.g. Diamond,
Wallace Jackson's b.g. Jiinmle,
Diumond won the first heat in 2m.
Q'ifacc, Jemmio was ihen withdrawn
7th Pkincess Cur, Purso $100
Pony lUicojono inllo dash; open to
' . ull ponies bred in the Kingdom not
f.X.Qvur 14 hands hiuU: catCU.WtJlKUtt,
W. II. Cornwall's 'g.f. Molllc, card'l and
Diin'l Lovell's g.f. Jennie Pckl, white.
Win. Robinson's s.g. Triumph, pink
Won easily by Triumph, in 2m. 3c;
8tii RixtrnoctTV Cur, Pur.io if 175
Running Rncu; ona mile hents; best
2 iu il; free to nil llnwiiiiiiii bied
J. A. Cummins' b.g. Stanford Colt, dk
blue shht and cap.
J. R. Holt Jr's r.m. Venus, light bluu
Mill t and cap.
Mo-c. Kamanao's g.g. Ponl Moi, pink
This was the most Interesting nice of
the lot; the competition being keen and
'excitement intense. Ponl -Mot won the
llrst heal in lin. 51,lfscu; titantord Colt
won Hie second In lm. 63' jsec Ponl
.Moi being neck and ueek the whole
way. The e.el uuient over tills heut
was Intense, and a tool was claimed by
Ponl Mill's rider, but not allowed by the
Judges. Stanlord Colt won the third
licnu also in lm. CiJasuc. being ngnlu
pushed closely by Ponl Idol.
Uth GitAziEiis' Plate, Purse $120
Running Race; Jlf mlledtish; free to
ull llnwaiiau bied horstw two years
W. II. Cornwell's b.s. l'remus. card'l
red and blk.
Clarence. Muciarlanc's g.f. Molllc, blue
S. M. Whitman's g;f. Mora, blue shirt
J. F. Colhurn's b.g. Equal Rights, pink
Molllc was withdiawn, and a protest
was entered against Equnl Rights,
Equal Rights won In lm. 2isec., wlih
10th Amateuii Cur, Pure $5J
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 2 in
;) to harness; owners to drive.
Cant. Clancy's b.h. Toby.
S. 1. Shaw's b.g. Hero.
W. II. Cornwell's g s. Dick.
Jas. Dodd's s.g. Thomas 11.
Toby and Thomas H'. wore withdrawn
from the race, and Dick won the llrst
heal in'Jm. 4scc; Hero being distanced
llTit Lunalilo Plate, Purse $75
Running Raco; milo dash; open to
all ho'-ses bred in the Kingdom that
have never riri at Kapiolani Park.
W. H. Cornwell's d.g. Creeper, Card'l &
C. Macfarliine's b.g. Daring, white and
Won by Creeper in 2m. Ssec.
18th Foot Race, 200 yards-, Purso $30
1st. man $20 2nd. man $10.
John Spencer, white cnp.
W. C. Kuiktina, white suit.
Won by John Spencer hi 23sec.
14th Bicycle Race, 1 mile dush
Two competitors started; it was won
by young Australian named Cnnt, in 0
The Express Cup and the Greasy Polo
were nol competed for.
IN THE EVENING
the Good Templars gave an elegant
soiree at their" lodge room at which
a number of
bongs and recitations
were excellently rendered.
Arrived in port at noon on Sunday,
having left Ililo the previous day at
noon. She arrived at Ililo at 10
o'clock on Saturday morning, being
12 days out from Tahiti with the
Eclipse parly on board. The French
and Italian members stayed at Ililo.
Prof. Palisa, the Austrian rcpresen
scntativc, is now on board. She
leaves for San Francisco on Wednes
day or Thursday, calling at Ililo for
the members of the Eclipse party
now there. She is a composite
steam cruiser Tain of 1800 tons dis-.
placement, nnd is quite new, being
built in 1880. Siic bus now done 20
month of her first cruise mid has 10
months (o run. llcr fastest steam
ing speed is 15 knots an hour, nnd
her average is 8. She carries a bat
tery of 8 14-eentinietrc breecliload
lug riile guns and lias also 4 Hodg
ki'bs initraillnuscs. She has 3 double
cylinder higiiprcssure engines of
500 li.p. nominal and 2000 actual.
Her complement is 19 3 men. Sho
is about 17 feet draught, 247 feet
long, and 32J feet beam. The
following is her list of olllcers :
Capitaino do frognt, Cammnudant
Tougin de la'Maisou Kcuf ;
Lieutenant de valsseau, Rousscl;
Enselgne do vaibscau, Dozes, Kognrct,
Mcdecin Major, Roynnud.
Aluo Alcuccin, iJruncileo.
Arrived in port yesterday morning
38 days from Callao. Sho brings
thu absconder Kerr on bourd to bo
transferred to the next mail steamer
for San Francisco, She is a third
rate screw steam corvette of 1375
tons displacement and is 2 13 feet
long 35 feet beam, nnd 10 feet
draught. Her fastest speed under
steam is 1 1 knots nil hour and she
usually goes 8. She is a wooden
vessel and has a battery of C guns,
1 sixty lb. breech loading Parrot, 1
eight inch muzzlo loading riflo, and
4 iiinu iucusmootlubore.AIu Rddi'
tloii she carries one Gntling gun,
one a in. breech loading howitzer,
uud one 12 pounder light howitzer.
She is furnished with spur torpedoes.
Her complement is 170 sailors nntl
murines nntl 20 olllcers. She will
remain hero over the 4lh of July
probably nntl will then proceed to
Yokohama en route to join the
China squadron. The following is
n list of her olllceis:
Commander, A. 11. McCormlck.
Lieutenant, W. R. S. Mackenzie, W
It. Parker, Wnlnwiighl Kellogg, Karl
Rohrer, Corwln, P. Recs, V. M. Irwin
Ensign, II. O. Dunn.
Surgeon, M L. Ruth.
Passed Atstsiant Surgeon, L. A. Yorko
Chief Enirlnccr. D. P. McCartney.
Passed Ass't Engineer, F..1. HolVinimn
Ass't Englticer, M. Rlvington
Flist Lieut .Marines O. C. Uorryman.
The stmr Clly of New York, arrived
Sunday, 7 days and 0 hour.s from S. F.
She left for Australia at 10 p. m. same
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lycak & Johnson sell EOlb. curled
hair Mattrasses for $i0. 421) lw.
Wi: learn that Hon. S. G. Wilder has
purchased the steamer built for thu
Inter-Island trade by the Oceanic S.S.
.Ouk thanks arc due to Mes-rs. J. W.
Robertson ic Co., and J. M. Oat jr. &
Co, for files of papers per Suez and City
of New York.
The Captain of the Essex was here
before In 1875 as Executive officer of
the Pcnsacola. Four of the other
officers have been here In other vessels.
Count dc Louvlarc's many friends
assembled to bid him goodbye on Sun
day night and to wish him good fortune
in his new home and position In Austra
lia. Habitues of J. M. Oat jr. & Co's
news emporium were gladdened on Sun
day by the return of the wcll-remem-bered
genial and mirth-provoking Mr.
Jordan. He has had a fine pleasure
Some cases of yellow fever have oc
curred at Callao between January and
May. It has not however become
epidemic. Peru to in prostrate con
dition as a power. Any terms could
have been dictated to her by Chile
(Since them Chile and Peru have signed
a treaty of peace)
The schr "Sadie F. Caller arrived
Juno 13th'. from Nannimo, with a
cargo of coal for Capt. Hobron.
The schr Rosario sailed for Sun
Francisco oa June 1-Jth, with 3,018
bags sugar, weighing 475,909 lbs.,
valued at $30,953.02; and F. C.
Phillips as passenger.
A very pleasant party was given by
Capt. Chas. Poller, on board his fine
bark the " F. S. Thompson, " on the
evening of June 13th. It was well
attended by the elite of this side of
the Island. Mrs. Sharratt acted as
hostess; in the absence of Mrs. Pot
ter, being assisted by Mrs. Board
man and Miss May Bailey, who also
assisted iu the floral decorations in
the cabin, which were very elaborate.
The upper deck was transformed
into a beautiful parlor, under the
supervision of our amiable hostess,
anil vas greatly admired by all pre
sent. The guests arrived nbout 7
o'clock, when dancing was imme
diately the order of the evening, and
was kept up with unflagging spirit
until the wee sum hours of the
morning. Besides the above the
following ladies and gentlemen were
present: Mrs. It. II. Brown, Mrs.
Dr. Eiiders, Mrs. G. W. It. King,
Mrs. G. liiiartluinu, Mrs T J Fitsccll,
Miss Annie Armstrong, Miss Flor
en uo Howe, Mrs A Skclton, Miss
Allen, Miss Campbell, Miss Annie
Horner, Miss Wood, and the Misses
Crookc. Consul A. F. Hopkc, G E
Boardmnn, Dr. Builcy, W E Rowel I,
K. II. Plate, U. E. Uoville, John II.
Stelling, WT Horner, jr., A Moore,
II J Johnston, T Balluutyne, Capt.
Swift, Capt. Sears, G W Smith, uud
J T McCros8en.
In Honolulu, June 18th, to the wife of
Samuel E. Munn, a daughter.
In Honolulu, Juno 18th, Sophie E.
wife ot Samuel E. Minn. The funcrnl
will liiko place from llioir residence lb'J
Furl st., tliis afternoon al 4 o'clock.
CELEBRATED PIANIST I
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
it ' W
Sultnblo for Stock Rancher where water Is required to bo ruUcd from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magiicso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest markot rales.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bug Holders just the thing for Rice and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage. Lamps.
New Goods constantly arriving. ,
Full lines of Plows.nnd Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Wednesday, Juno Oth,
Saddle Horse, Top Buggies,
Doublo and Single Harness, fcc.
To be sold by auction
At the Pantheon Stables,
On Wednesday next, June 20th, nt 12
One Saddle Horse,
Two Top Buggies,
One Canopy Top Wngon,
One !)-seated Roskaway,
Six English Sudlles,
Singlo and Double Harness,
Dump Cart, Lot of Pictures, Blinds,
Doors and Sashes; also, a
Large Lot of Firewood.
Lyons & Levey, Ausl'ft .
Where tlo you Buy your
C JU O T HIN &
TUB ABOVE Question
desire vou to examine
JL we simply
closely three main points:
Xtit, quality Mutci'lnl.
and, Style-Fit and Work.
3rd, JPricc Sire or mil.
And when you arc satisfied wit'i conclu
sions, pay us n visit, and we guarantee
Quality of ainterlul.
Stylo of nt ana "Worlc
Saving of 20 per cent
In your order. If the-o ntc suiflleicut
considerations please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 IVuuanu Street,
393 ly Corner of Marine.
The Delmonico EeBtaurant,
nexl door to Custle & Cooke,
on King street.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALIj HOUltS.
JL.TJ1S CIIES & SUPPERS
25 to 50 cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, : " : $0.00
II. VON OEHLHAPFEN & Co.,
tSO lm Proprietors.
All Water llutos Now Due
and owinp, must bo paid at the olllee of
. tho Honolulu Water "Works,
foot of Nuuitnu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise the privilege will bo sus.
... pended without further notice.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 1,1883. 418
FOR SALE, .
A GOOD CARTHAGE
HOltS E, sound uud
kind. 7 years old, An-
? ply ut 2120 Fort street.
FOUK largo HORSES
carriage or draft
from 1 to 0 veins olu.
Ni Iiuiulre at tho Uuu.i:
'n Olllee. 425
Bows, in pig; oUo, young
in cd for brttdinir. -In.
quire at .the Bulletin
Administrator's Sale of
BY vlrturc of an order of Sale granted
by tho Honorable Benjamin II.
Austin sitting ns a Judge In Probate, on
the 21st dny of May, A. D. 1883, tho "
undersigned will sell at Public Auction,
in fiont of the otllce of D. IL HITCH.
COCK, Auctioneer, Ililo, Island of Uu.
wall, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
On Saturday, June 22nd, 1883
For Cash on the Execution of Title
1st All those Three certain. Largo
Wooden-frame Houses or Buildings, and
Three Small Wooden Building now
being nnd situate on the land or pro. ,
mises at Maulllli, Ililo, (hereunder des
crlbed In Lot No 2). These Buildings
to bo removed from the land by tho
purchaser within two month's from tho
sale. One of the Buildings is a large
Dwelling Houso and Store. All can Co
2nd All that certain piece or parcel
of Land situated ntMuulilil, Ililo, Island
of Hawaii, and difecrll'cd in Ho.xal
Patent No. 1055. It borders on Wnlmea,
Stream and contains 24 acres. To be
sold without the Buildings thereon and
subject to two months privilege for tho
purchasers of the buildings to remove
tli em. A valuable investment.
The above property is a part of the
estate of Petcro Wuhakane, deceased.
Title perfect. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser. Taxes for 1883-4 to bo paid
by the purchasers.
B2F" Further particulars mny be ob
tained of the undersigned at Honolulu,
or of D. H. HITCHCOCK, Auct'r., HHo,
W AUSTIN WHITING,
Admr. Estntc Petcro Waliukanc.
To the Honolulu Puiilic: At tho An.
mini Meeting of the Board of Hcprcscn
tul ives of he Honolulu Fire Department
held on the 7th instant, the subject of
bon-fircs and trash-burning on private
property, within or ne ir tlio city limits
was discussed from a Fireman's stand
point, and, ns might have been expected,
it caueu iorui some ratner nnrsii com-ment-t
on those who have during the
past year, either through thoughtless
ness or indifference, been the cause of
useless cllbrls nnd loss of time of the
Department and wear und tear of its ap
paratus, by kindling bonfires without
notice, nnd selecting it would seem in.
tcntionnlly tho limes -when they would
cause the most alarm and unnecessary
work and trouble
It wus finally decided to authorize tho
Chief Engineer to m ike a public-nppeal
to the property holders and residents of
tho city uenenilly. requesting them to in
form either the Fire Marshal or himself
a reasonable time beforehand of the ex.
act time and place of any intended Bon.
tiro or Trash-busning in order that false
alarms from theso causes be prevented.
, Somo of our citizens have already
been considerate in the matter and given
dun notice, as above requested, but tho
cutitoin is by no means general.
This appeal is made with a degrco of
dinldcnce, as the members, of the De
partment remember with pleasure and
gratitude that they, as a body, have been
dealt generously with in thu, past by the
past by tho good people of this city, and
they hope to merit a like consideration
iu tho future; nt the same tlmo they en.
tcrtain a measure of confidence, that the
reasonableness of their request will bo
admitted, nnd a hearty compliance there,
' Wo huve nt present in round numbers
threo hundred active members; n largo
majority of whonrdepend for their live
lihood of their fninlllcs and themselves
on their daily wages; and while they do
not nesiiiiie to spenu tneir time ur.u
strength or risk life and limb for the
benollt of their fcilow.cltizens when oc
casion mayrequiro it, yet there is noth
Ing more disheartening und destructhe
of.dlscipllnonud promptitude in the in
dividual firemen themselves, and annoy.
Ing to their cmployeis than to find, ufter
u long and fatiguing run with heavy ap.
pnrntus, their dibits and time huvo
been thrown uwtiy in consequence of a
careless und six&u false alarm.
Per order of the boarJ,
Chief Engineer H. F. D.
Honolulu, June 14, 1' 8'u 428 lw
A NURSE, GIRL, must co-mo well re