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rpHE COURT will go Into Pull
Mourning for Her late Royal High,
tho Princess HutU Ivecllkolunl
from the dalu of this notice, until the
ilny niter thu funeral; ami will wear
half mourning from that time until the
expiration of two weeks from the tiny of
C. H. JUDD,
II. M. Chnmbethiln.
Chamberlain's Ofllee, Iolani Palace,
May Ulst, 1883. 41(1
4lte flaili! liuHettn,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Lyons & Levey will sell Horses,
Cartiages, etc., etc., at the Pantheon
Stables, at 12 noon.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Meeting Y. M. C. A., 7:30.
Hethcl Prayer Meeting, at 7 :30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
services, at 7:30.
H. H. RUTH
Keelikolani's funeral on Sunday af
ternoon was an impressive ceremony.
At Kaakopua Hale, her late resi
dence, services were conducted by
Rev. II. Parker and the Kawaiahao
Choir sang several dirges. Then
after the eollln had been placed on
the hearse tho procession formed and
moved down Emma St. along Bere
tania St. und up Nuuanu Avenue to
the Mausoleum. The procession
was about a mile and a quarter long
and took 30 minutes to pass a given
point. No les than 81 kahilis, large
and small, were carried beside the
hearse. "Four of these were elected
in front of the mausoleum to remain
there till the next funeral of a high
chief aud eight were taken inside to
be placed in front of the eollln. The
services at the Mausoleum were sim
ple and short consisting of a prayer
by the Rev. Mr, Parker and a dirge
by the Kawaiahao Choir. On the
cofliu was placed a beautiful crown
of flowers made by Mrs. J. A. Car
ter and some handsome wreaths.
Two huudred of the Poola association
drew the hearse. The patli of the
procession was strewn with rushes.
THE C00D TEMPLARS
gave a splendid entertainment on
Monday evening in their lodge room
at which the following programme
was rendered to the satisfaction of
the members and their numerous
friends who were present :
Quartette '-Music In the Air" Messrs.
Pratt, Burgess, Clark, and Burgess
Piano Solo Mr. Koch
Scene from the Lady of Lyons
Mrs. Hastic. and Mr. Crowley
Song "When the tide comes in"
Itecitatioii from "Innocents abioad". . .
Address Rev. J. A. Ciuzan
Scene from "Much ado about nothing"
Mrs. Hastie, aud Mr. Crowley
Piano Solo Miss Needhain.
The entertainment was opened
and closed with prayer. After the
programme had been gone through
an adjournment was made to an
appetizing supper laid out in tho
adjoining ante-rooms which were
tastefully decorated for the occasion.
Mrs. Ilastic's rendciing of her part
in the scene from Much ado about
nothing and Mr. Cruzan's address
were undoubtedly the gems of the
evening. The Lodge proposes to
give its Annual Entertainment
shortly in the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Tuesday, June 19 Drunks; R.
Smith, Mukua, Kaiepelun, O'Brien,
Kimo, Keoki, Kauhi, David, George,
Kakai, Kahauleleo, Kauhini, Naih
' ma, Keola, Kanohotdoha, Moeala,
Momonn, Kipi, Keliimanoanoa, J.
Brightman, forfeited SG bail each.
"Wafiiliei, Kcahi, Paona, and J.
Purvis, lined 85 and SI costs. Ki
mo Kahauleleo, fined 8G and 8 1.40
costs. Makca, and C. II. Pomroy,
forfeited 810 bail each. Assault
and buttery, Apiki, fined 8(5 and 81
costs, .T.'Kahauleleo, remanded to
20th. W. "W. Price, remanded till
moved on, Furious riding, Kiki,
lined 85 and 81.10 costs. Le Fan,
Kapuli, Nui, and Ahong, forfeited
$10 bail each. Ah Kotig, heedless
driving, remanded to 20th. J.
Campbell, disorderly conduct, re
manded to 20th. S. Kukuinn,
common misauce, nol. pros. W.
Taylor, House-breaking, remanded
to 22nd. Kanekapu, mid David,
affray, (K) forfeited 810 boil, (D)
lined 85 and 81 costs., Kalaau,
larcenv of horse.- remanded to 28rd.
Kamiki, same charge rewnuaed to
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26th. J Purvis, enmo charge, re
manded to 21st. J. Iliipakann, dis
tui'blng quiet of night, iiiu.il SU nucl
SI costs, llooponopono, remanded
from lUlli, remanded to 20tli. Mn
knio, remanded front ICtli, 7 days,
and S1.U0 costs.
Schr Muna bi ought 1400 bags sugar
Sehr Kckauluohl, -10.) bags sugar.
Schr Pnunlil, 2500 bags mi gar.
Schr Luka, -lot) coiila wood.
Schr Kainoi, "810 bags sugar.
Sehr Lhukul, 107 bags sugar, and 312
bags of paddy.
Schr Jennie Walker, 17b8 bgs sugar.
Schr Nettle Morilll, 040 bags sugar,
U'oO watermelons niul fiO bbls molasses.
Schr Ltholiho, 1833 bags of sugar and
2S0 bags paddy
Sehr iUmiuoknwal, 7o0 bnga sugar.
Schr 31 E Poster, 520 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Jlakco, 1782 bags sugar.
The baik Hope, Capt. Penhullow, 38
days from Port Townsond, brought "2,
020 ft lumber, 120,000 shingles, and 200
bundles of laths. She is consigned to
Lcweis & Cooke.
The'bktne J. A. Palklnburg, bi ought
1973 sks Hour, 744 sks feed, 348 bales of
hay, 108 cs bread, 110 cs crackers, 1C0
bags beans, 101 b9 sugar, 110 kgs nails,
30 pkgs wine, 110 bxs tobacco, 1C0 bbls
lime, 0 bales twine, !.0 b.s potatoes, loO
iloois, 15 pkgs sewing machines, 12 pkgs
.11 ins ana ammunition, o 1,000 bucks,
ul'00 r.w. posts, 1 horse, 1 buggy. She
is consigned to C.istlo & Cooke.
The bark Lilly Grace took I1G07 bags
sugar and 0704 bags rice. Value $1)0,
052.70. LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
No less than 26 drunks w ere arrested
Tun graduating class of Oahu College
tfvo their valedictories to-morrow night.
Lycan & Johnson
hair Mattiussos for $0,
Tim Harlfoid letuuied yestciday to
get some deserters. Only one was ob.
Ox Monday afternoon about 4 o'clock
a large full rigged ship passed the port
Wailing is still going on at the resi
dence of Her lute 'Highness Ruth
Messrs Lyons & Levey will sell to-day
at noon, at the Pantheon stables, hor.-cs,
carriages, rugs, harness, etc.
Tun road to thu Park this year was
guarded by mounted Police who kept n
sharp lookout for all Jaw-breukcis.
Ylsteiiday morning about 8 o'clock
an iron English ship with painted potts
passed this poll about 12 miles oil" to the
One of the most notewoi thy features
hi connection with this year's Race-day
was the fact that no accidents or smash-
ups occuri ed.
Tun Anniversary.Ej.crciscs of Kawai-
ahno Seminary will be held at the Ka.
waiahao Chinch, Fiiday, June 22, at 10
o'clock A. M.
Thk Baud placed dining tho Intervals
between the races at the P.irk on Mon
day. In the afternoon they also -sang
several nice heleetioiis.
"Owing to a partial suspension of
work in our olllce yesteid.iy" we were
enabled to give nol only a full accounts
of the races but also of botli men-of-war
now in port with other interesting
Tun Morning Star will leavo for tho
South Sea Islands on Fiiday the 22nd
inst She takes with her the Rev. Mr.
Kapu and his daughter and son-in-law
und a number of South Pea Islanders. A
service will be held on board at 3 p.m.
Yesterday the conips in the 'Tiser
oillcot struck work ns they were offered
reduced wages for night-work. Their
demands were acceded to in this respect
and they are now out on striko as they
refuse to do night-work at all.
Wk nrc to ha'c no Ice to-day as the
Government water supply takes so much
that there is none left for the Ice works.
Yet the Government think It is all right
and do not assist the superintendent of
Water Works to do anything to relieve
tho pressure on tho water supply.
Tlioso who have written to Mr. J. O.
Caller, and have not received un answer,
may possibly console themselves by tho
idled ion that ids P. O. box has been
twice robbed, on the 2nd and 10th June,
and that, therefore, ho may never have
received their letters, as the thief cer
tainly has not yet been discovered, nnd
will not bo iii long as tho Government is
so apathetic in not offering a reward for
his appiehcnsion. Many olllces In town
have been victims to tho same trick.
Tho following dlniensloiis of tho new
steamer bought by the Hon. 8. G. Wil
der fiom J, D. Sprcckels & Bros, for tho
Inter.ishmd trade, will be interesting:
She is being built by Messrs. Crump &
Sons, of Philadelphia, und is SCO Ions
burthen, guaranteed t,o steam ViU knots
an hour, Her dimensions uro HIS feet
long, 133 feet beam, lG feet deep. She Is
to leavo for Honolulu July 25th. Her
saloon nnd cabin will bo well and hand
somely arranged and furnished.
The spring nbovo the Upper Hescr.
voir, Nuuanu Valley, has entirely dis
appeared. The water in the indicator
attnclied to tho artesian well In the Pal
uceyaid, has fallen 10 Inches since the
welt was hoi cd. How Is that for n
water famine V
It is always a pleasure to make like
cisicr for someone else. Many of our
citizens could experience this delight
by taking a little thought when they
use the telephone. If they would re
collect that tho hand telephone is always
at the ear of tho boy on duty, ftom G
a.m. to 10 p.m. When itishung up and
nn automatic ariangenient conies into
play which rings a bell whenever any
one pulls down their lover, then they
wouldn't say " Central, connect 404 to
502." They would simply say 404 nnd
502; nnd when the steamer was tele
phoned they wouldn't bother the boy
with senseless enquiries, or gel mad be
cause their questions crcii't answered
along With fifty othcis at the same time.
Think of it, now.
Good English Your knowledge of
the proprieties of journalism h common
surato with jour common sense; but
your egotism bus got the better of both.
Otherwise you would not uo the eo
minus of a ncwspapci to vent your
spleen upon a man with whom you
might have had a private difference
about which the public neither knows
nor is concerned. Your egotism is also
at fault in. supposing that the public
place the same estimate upon your abi
litics as an instiuctor as you have done
upon yourself they are probably as lit
tle concerned at knowing how "we capi
lalize proper nouns" as they are in learn
ing the identity of the person posing
under the mis-used pionotin "we."
There me dudes in literature as well as
in social life but the affectation of the
would-be critical exquisite iulettcisis
no more a disguise of the real pedant
than pasted hair and frilled clothes is of
the other kind of us. The King can
mean only Fomc particular individual
who is to be distinguished from any
others nnd therefore should be xvrittcn
with a capital in the same manucr as we
would capitalize the Ass who thinks to
the contrary. '
In San Francisco, M'iy Sith, 1833, M.
Lilian Boyco Atkinson, daughter of
Uose II. and the late John P. Atkinson,
aged 10 year.
,WING TO THE SCARCITY OP
No Ice will be Delivered
from the Honolulu Ice Factory
FOR A FEW DAYS.
432 J. K WILDER.
ALL PURSES will be paid off on
next, between 1 and 4 o'clock p.m., at
the Secretary's olllce. And all bills due
by the Pnik must lie presented to the
Secretary, at his office, on or before
Thursday next, or they will be forever
J. E. WISEMAN. Secretary,
432 3t Olllce 27 Merchant street.
HE 1MB ET, GEE,
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WEIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT the earnest solicitation of horse
ow'ners, we sent to the Coast of ur
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floonnau. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has ai rived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops in the Unitod Stales.
Wc have, therefore, no hesitation In
stating that all horses scut to our shop
will, in future, be shod in the most
scientific manner known in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum.
sy workmen cau now bo made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street, Honolulu.
W. E. HERRICK
HAS KK.MOVEI) HIS
From 110 Fort street,
TO KlDXIIEti HTREET,
opposite the Bethel, next door to
Dalgle's machine shop and Brim's Fur
niture Factory, where ho will continue
to supply his customers with all kinds of
Wood and Ivoxy Turning,
ThauUful for past favors, ho hopes for
ft oootiquaaco of the game. Vt UOOdj
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water is required to be lulled from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of every description at lowest market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
1 Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
Tew Goods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows jind Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Wednesday, June 20th,
Saddle Horse, Top Buggies,
Double and Singlo Harness, &c.
To bo sold by auction
At the Pantheon Stables,
On Wednesday next, June 20th, at 12
' o'clock noon,
One Saddle Horse,
Two Top Buggies,
One Canopy Top Wagon,
One 3-seated Rocknway,
Six English Sadllcs,
Single and Double Harness,
Dump Cart, Lot of Pictures, Blinds,
Doors and Sashes ; also, a
Large Lot of Firewood.
Lyons & Lkvty, Auct'rs.
Where do you Buy your
C JLa o t hin ?
TN ASKING THE
X wo simply desire vou
closely three main points:
Stud, Style Fit and Work.
Srit, Vrlce-Sizo or Bill.
And when you are satisfied with conclu
sions, pay us a visit, aud we guarantee
Quality of material.
i Htylo of Fit and "Worlc
Saving of 20 per cent
In your older. If these are sufficient
considerations please call ut the
Great American Clothing Mouse
17 IVaunim Street,
398 ly Corner of Marine
The Delmonico Restaurant,
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King htreU.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL nouns.
IAJISTCIIES Sz, SUPPERS
25 to 50 cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, : ; $0.03
K. VON OEHLIIAFFEN & Co.,
430 lm Proprietors.
All Water Kates Now Due
und owing, must be paid at tho olllce of
the Honolulu Water Works,
foot of Nuuauu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise the privilege will be sus.
peuded without further notice.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 1, 1883. 418
A GOOD CARRIAGE
HOUSE, sound and
kind, 7 years old. An.
sfcsiS ply at 220 Fort 6treet.
FOUR largo HOUSES
carriage or draft
from -1 to 0 years old,
yr--r Inquire ut the Bulle--r
,fIM jOlUce. 425
'Bows, in pig; also, young
pig for breeding, In
'uuirc ut tho Bulletin
.T """" .1 . i r i.,
To thk Honolulu Public: At the An.
mini Meeting of the Boaid of Represen
tutives of the Honolulu Fire Deportment
held on the 7th instant, the subject of
boil-fives and trash-burnim? on private
property, within or nc.ir the city limits
was discussed from a Fireman's stand
point, and, as might have been expected,
It called forth some rather harsh com
ments on those who have during the
past year, either through thoughtless
tilts or indifference, been the cause of
useless efforts ami loss of time of tho
Department and wear and tear of its ap.
paratus, by kindling bonfires without
notice, and selecting it would seem in.
tentionally the times when they would
cause the most alarm nnd unnecessary
work nnd trouble.
It was finally decided to authorize tho
Chief Engineer to make a public appeal
to the property holders and residents of
the city Generally, requesting them to in
form cither the Fire Marshal or himself
a reasonable time beforehand of the ex
act time and place of any intended Bon.
flro or Trasli.busniug in order that false
alarms from these causes be prevented.
Some of our citizens have ulready
been considerate in the matter and given
dutt notice, us above requested, but the
custom is by no means general.
This appeal is made with a degrco of
diffidence, as the members of the De
partment remember with pleasure and
fratitudc that they, as a body, have been
ealt generously with in the past by the
past by the good people of this city, and
they hope to merit a like consideration
ni Hie tulure; at the same time they en
tertain a measure of confidence, tliat'tlio
reasonableness of their request will bo
admitted, and a hearty compliance there
We have at present in round numbers
three hundred active members; n large
majority of whom depend for their live
lihood of their families and themselves
on their daily wages; and while they do
not hesitate to spend their time and
strength or risk life and limb for the
benefit of their fcllow-citizens when oc
casion may requiro it, yet there is noth
ing more disheartening und 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 time havo
been thrown away in consequence of a
careless and wanton false alarm.
Per order of the Board,
Chief Engineer H. F. D.
Honolulu, June 14, 188:i. 428 lw
A Large Assortment
(former price 2.50.)
By To be had at
A. M. fMELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium
hoiwce - m.a.i:e
fresh and pure
Cream Coooonut Bars,
Cream Almond Bats,
Cream Lcmonado Bars,
Cream Chocolate Bars,
Cream Strawberry Bars,
Cream Fruit Bars,
French Nougat Bars,
All the above delicious Confections arc
warranted fresh and-
Guaranteed to be Pure,
and wholesome by
And ure sold ut his
Steam Candy Factory
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