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Tuesday, juja' a, i883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
KxecKtor Loiljiu, I.O.O.F.,
lilblo Class at Lyceum ivt 7
Momluv, July 2 Drunks : M.
Liulen, Colwcll, J. Savage,
Sainuclu, rnalitiu, forfeited 80 bail
each. Kniinwi, lined SG and 51
costs, Joseph SO and S3 costs, and
Latnaavti, 310 ami vSl costs. Kino
Ian and l'au. adidtery, (k) lined
?."() and SI costs, (w) sentenced to
two months' imprisonment at hard
labour, and 81 costs. Kimimnlmvi,
fin ions riding, forfeited 812 bail.
13. Tenorio, assault and battery,
forfeited $10 bail. Kawlki, ic
manded from 20th, no!, pros.
For the month of June, 1883 :
Under 1 year.
F.'oiu 1 to 5 S
From i to 10.... 3
From 10 to 20... 1
From 20 tnUO... t
TAUSi: OK DP.ATII
From ISO to-10.
From -10 to SO... !'
From oil to CO. . .
From CO to 70... 1
Over tO 8
S S lslandois.... 0
Hi cat Britain.
U. S. America.
Disease of Drain
Hemorrhage. . .
COMl'AKATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY
June 1878 ii
June 187!) 01
June 1880 40
South Wales and Ylctoilu connected
their Railway systems so as to have
one unbroken line of railroad
throughout the South Hast of the
continent. The s.s. Mariposa left
Hio June 1st for San Francisco.
The Arctic Winding Heel's catch to
ApiU22 was, Orca 301), Helviderc
315, Mabel 80, and Flictwlng 300
blsofspenn oil. Dotls, the Oak
lunl City Ticassurer defatdted to
the extent of 817,200 He burnt
Ids bonds to save his bondsmen, and
then attempted to commit Strcide
ivlicn found out. The Star-Route
trials' verdict is Not Guilty. 1 00
young cliil hen from I to 11, were
crushed to death in nttempting to
escape from a children's fete given
at Sundcrlard, England, on the night
of the 10th June, on a false alarm
of lire. Our 2,000 persons were in
the hall. The cause was a spring
door closing. A plot has been dis
covered in D.tblin to murder the
'Invincible" inforincrs.-The French
refuse qua t r to all Chinese bearing
arms found in Annam. J lit'
Annamese Regent lias, .appealed to
the Chinese for help. England will
resume the Government of Basuto
land as an Imperial domain on its
resignation l.y the Government of
Cape Colony. The country of the
Bcchuanas is to be annexed to Cape
Colony. Lord Granville, Foreign
Secretary, offers to mediate between
France and lUndagasear. France
lias not yet answered the proposal.
Earl Derby, Colonial Secretary,
telegraph in answer to the united
demands of all the Australian col
onics and New Zealand tiiat England
will establish her rule over the New
Hebrides and other islands in the
Pacific, if the colonics will bear the
necessary expense. The Governor
of New Zealand announced this
publicly June 14th. The Austral
so lately raised out of Sydney
Harbour, has sailed for Glasgow via
New Zealand. The French cabinet
are divided on thcTonquin conquest.
The natives have massacred all
the whiles at the station of the
English North Borneo Trading Co.
There win no hand conceit at tin
Hotel last night, as the balul had played
la the afternoon.
Agent Board of Health.
Schr Lihollho brought 8J0 bags sugar
Bgtnc Consuclo hi ought 13 horses, 1
hull, 1320 sks Hour, :tll sks bran, 400
hurley, 1594 sks bone meal, andlcait,
and 21 cows. She is consigned to W. G.
Jrwin & Co.
SehrEhukai brought 091 bags of Faddy.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Ox Sunday another bark passed
the port this time to the West.
The three newspaper libel cases arc
set down for hearing before the Supreme
Court on Monday next.
. o. .
Ox Sunday Mr. 'J'. Lucas towed in the
hchoouer Josephine in his little steam
launch for about 4 miles.
Tim "Women's Boaid of Missions
meets this afternoon at 2:U0 o'clock in
the vcatry of Fort St. Chinch. All arc
AVE learn that Mr. J. T. White has
engaged to provide Colfcc and cigars
for the Antiques & Horribles when they
pas his residence on Nuuanu St,
Saturday night on hoard the Essex, a
most enjoyable party was given, at
which Mr. fc Mrs. Maccabo were pic.
sent. The name song, Cruel Mary,
was the lilt of the evening.
Tim Honolulu Baseball Club send a
picked team to-moriow to play a picked
team 'from the Honolulu Ironwoikj'
Club on the Paiadcground. The hour
lixed for commencing the match is!) a.m.
WEST MAUI NOTES.
From Our O . n Lorrcspumlcnt.
Dr. Carpenter, our new resident
physician came to Lahaina last Mon
day uijiht by the Likelikc and the
event shows that he did not arrive
any too soon. IIo called on Tues
day morning to attend a native who
hail accidentally shot himself. The
charge of gravel, with which the gun
was loaded, took effect in the man's
side and probably would have
proved fatal but for timelj' medical
attendance. The last I heard of the
case, hopes were entertained of his
recovery, though he was not thought
to he out of danger.
The school year of St. Cross Se
minary ended last Tuesday evening
with a public exhibition. The exer
cises, consisting of recitations, dia
logues, calisthenics, and music
showed careful preparation, and gave
evidence of pains-taking work on
the part of the principal, Miss: Albro.
The distinct enunciation of English
on the part of the Hawaiian girls
was especially commendable. The
distribution of prizes bhowed that
much attention is given to other
matters than the "three It's," reli
gious and industrial training receiv
ing their share of time.
Ox Sunday a unique and humorous
heading appeared on the Delmouico
Bill of Faro Bulletin ; "Not since Moses
crossed the Bed Sea, not filneo shingles
were sold for $1 a thousand has such u
hill of faro been given for CO cents."
Then followed the bill of faro in French.
Quite a number of old residents and
distinguished visitors loft these shores by
the steamer yesterday afternoon. An
enormous crowd gathered to seo them
oil", and numerous and hcaity were the
p.irtiug farewells. Tho Band discoursed
sonio excellent music in honor of tho
KAIIULUI K0IE3. '
(1'iom Our Uun Cmiu ii ilmt.
The schooner. "Annn,,r Capt. J.
McCulloch, cleared June 30 for San
Francisco with l,131 bags biigai
weighing 7(i0,!)G7 11) valued ntSHi,
770.01) and the following passengers :
Capt. W. N. Wilbcr, L. DcrcnUen,,
T. E. Ford, and J. E. ndcrsbn.
Excelsior Lodge, No. I, I. O. O.'F.
rpili; Installation of Ollieers la nhoxi
i Lodge will take place this evening
M nibers of Harmony Lultro No. 3, an.
vi lung Bi others arc coidially linilcd
443 It J. A. McKKNZIE, Sco'y.
True to the Test 1
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
' a. o.vxtn.
C. 0. 1'u'tOKit, Esq., Agent,
Miu..eale & Urban Safe,
Dear Str,-I take gieat pleasilrn to
inform you that the No. !i Macuealc &
Urban 1' Ire proof Safe purchased sonic
years ago lin pas:-cd tbiough the tllsav
liou lire of last night to my emit c sat.
isfiction. 1 opened the same on the
com! in tiou (tips and handle having
melted olf), without any illlculty, ami
found contents in perfect older.
Yours very trulv, L. WAY.
Honolulu, June 2ti, 18S:.
LA"fE FOREIGN NEWS.
By the courtesy of Messrs. J. 31.
Oat jr. & Co., wo have been favoured
with Inle dates per Constielo and
with latest tiles from tho colonies by
Messrs. J. W. Kohertson & Co.
From these we extract the following
The four plotters to destroy
English public buildings with dy
namite havo been tried and sentenced
to penal servitude for life. The
British Diplomatic Agent has ceased
relations with Bulgaria. The New
York World's London correspon
dent gives it as nn nuthoritative
rumour that the Queen will resign
in favour of tho Prince of Wales.
The long-talked of Anglo-Italian
treaty was signed on Juno 15th.
On Juno 1-ltli the colonies of New
Y. M. O. A. HALL,
I O 'EI. STJIEET.
Saturda", July 7 li, 1883,
I I 6 p. in. sharp
GRAND CO V CERT !
Given whh the kind tii- is nc ot
the Amnio ir Musical S-n.ic y
Honolulu Symphony Club.
Piog unime Part I.
1. Overture Elk's Heception, J. S. Cox
2. Violin Solo Fillo du Hcglmcnt....
3. Vocal Solo Galathee V. Masse
Miss J. Michiels.
4. Quartette Echo Synmhony,J,IInydn
5. Vocal Solo Thy Sentinel am I
0. Cornet Solo Carnival do Venice....
Mr. Ch. Michiels.
7. Sextett Favorite 3llnuetto
8. Selection Ruy Blas...F.Marchetti
9. Vocal Solo Valso L. Vciuano
Miss J. Michiels.
10. Chorus Gipsy Life Schumann
Amateur Musical Society.
11. Vocal Solo Song
Mr.T. II. Davlcs.
12. Chorus of Brldesmaids-Trlal by Jury
, .... A. Sullivan
Tho solo by Mis. Paty.
13. Gultaraiid Violin Oi Serenade
Messrs Yarndley is Marques.
14. Finale Ivaiscr.Marcli with chorus..
Symphony Club and Amateur Musical
Adniii-shm $1; ii'served seats 95 cents
extra, to be hud at KoucrUon & CVs.
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
iULLETBia OF NEW GOOD
Suitable for Stock Ranches whero water 1b required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished., t
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality. ""
Magneso-Oalcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every descriptioa at lowest markol ralos. .,.,ico
Rice Cbth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Blllcrential Pulley Blocks, Carria'gbLhml)sr
of these Justly Celebrated S.tfcs '
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Old Safes taken in Exchange.
. O. ItEBtttKlt,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
rpiIE undersigned challenges any man
JL, in this city to n 100 ynrds foot race
for $10J aside, to come oil" on the 4th of
July, on condition that niter the foot
race is over he shall jump one or more
standing jumps without weights with
me lor !j200 aside. I giving him G in
ches handicap on each jump.
442:11 ROBERT LEVY.
Hurrah for the 4th of July.
1776 'Mit 1883
Programme for the Day and Evening.
SUNRISE, NOON, EVENING,
13 guns. 38 guns. 13 guns.
Antiques sjutl II rribles,
Meet at the rear of II. M iv's on Fort st.
Paiade at 5 o'clock a. m.
fjinc of IVXarcli
Of Antiques and Honibles: Starting
from May & Co's., down Tort to King,
along King to Punchliowl, up Punch,
howl to lierctauiii, down lleutania to
Richaul, down Richard to Hotel gate,
inrougn lioiei yaiu to AiaKea, down
Al.ikca to Hotel street, stopping at U. S.
Legation- down Hotel to ioit, up Fort
to School, down School to .Nuuanu, up
JN'utniim to 2nd Bridge, then down huu.
aim to K.ng, along King to Fort, down
Fort to VMuirf, and buck to place oF
Exercises at Haw'n Hotel Grounds,
commencing at 10 a. in.
President of the Dav, His Ex. Rollin M.
Orator, M. L. Ruth, Surgeon L S. N.
Reading of Declaration of Independence
Mrs. E. R. Hendry.
Appropriate Remarks, Dr. J. S. McGrew
Music and Singing of Patiiolic Airs dur
ing the interval.
Grand Ball in the, .Evening,
Tickets of admission will be sent to
all Mihsaiil'crs. Grand March commen
ces at 0 o'clock p. m., bharp. .
Host and Hostess, His Excellency
Rollin M. Daggett, Mrs. Dr. J. S. Mc.
Supper at midnight. .Music by the
Royal Haualiau liaiid. Tickets to the
hall may he had from the Committee of
Arrangements J. R. Mori ill, Chairman ;
R. W.Laine,R.S. Smith, Willain Unger,
J. Simonson, Jr., a:d J. E. Wiseman.
Subscriptions will be received by
them or (ho Finance Committee II. M.
Whitney, Oliaiiman: J. Bimor.son, Jr., or
J. E. Wiseman.
Invitations to invited guests will l)o
sent on Tuesday.
Light Refreshments will htjsuppliedon
Ladies and children wiio desire to
spend the afternoon at the Hotel
Oronnds, will And It pleasant to bring
their lunch baskets and enjoy themsel
ves upon tho sheltered lawn.
Committee on Exercises and Grounds :
-C. E. Williams, II. M. Whitney, Dr. J.
S. McGrow, Sam'l Nott, S. M. Carter, M.
M. Scott and Jas. Dodd.
412 J. E. WISEMAN, Secretary.
THE ahovo reward is offered by the
Committeoof Arrangements o'f tho
4th of July Celebration tor the arrest
and conviction of the malicious cur wlio
wilfully undertook to steal the subscrip
tion list for tho Celebration from the
Hawaiian Hotel Ollleo, and which was
loimd in a cesspool hi the rear of the
441 Ut J, E. WISEMAN, Sec'y.
Tew -Goods contsantLy arriving',
Full lines of Plowsand Agrlcultuial Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware, ,,-
' . i ! '1
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
A LARGE TWO-STORY
-CX BUILDING, in tho
Vet's Carriage Factory,
rear of G.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of Hew Goods;
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, Ac , of tho best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Phaetone, Buggies, Wagons, Sec, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
UlnclCHmltliliiK 4& "WoocVwovle done of every description
Having the bust mechanics I am enabled to Co work
Cheaper ami better than any other firm in tliis cr'ty.
New work and Repairing done wi h complete satisfaction, omo eh: rgc m de.
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Eeceived from Paris Direct,
S2."5 picucH Xinc ITroncli Merino,
10 dozen Ladles' Cassimcrc Dolmans (bugle trimmed).
00 pieces Silk and Wool Poplin?,' ' "
130 pieces Brocaded Stitin,
Black Silks, Satins & Cranes, Col'tl Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, and a line lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all the newest and
richoit tolois. Come and examine them, as they must bo sold without reserve.
-VIho, to arrive per tcumslili "JUaiilcow,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colorod Silk Mills, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Satins, Merino's'
Ladies' and Children's Clo.iks, Capes and Shawls fresh from th" Best Farhian
Houses, iu all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies' and Children's
Lace and Lisle Hose, in all bhades. . . .
J?tiV the Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothinc; lower than anv
other house in the tru.ic. AUo, a special line of 'C. & I. H. Terrell & Co's
Men's and Boy's BOOTS and SIIOLS, v.iiich ,
Will be Mold at the JioweHt JtutcN to clear consignment.
You have only to ic3 thcc goods to be convinced that you can't do hotter else
where. Visitors and lncnds from the other Islands are specially invited
S. jMLtierniii, Hotel St., Honolulu.
110 Days from Glasgow !
a w. macfAelane & co.
OiFer for sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CLIPPER SHIP 'SHAND0N,"
Now being landed '
Exceptionally Fine Oomlition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRV GOODS, . "
' -V , ,-:; HARDWARE. '
lv ''CROCKERY, ..( -.
.-i. '-..!, . .GLASSWARE,
, , PLANTATION STORES';'
PORTABLE TRAMWAY, h " M
UAR, AND SHEET IRON, ' '"' ;
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,'
&C. &C.. &!.. .&!!. . fjt.r. x... :
,. j ' ,l ( 7 I-1 vv.j U.li.11
All of which will be olGorda to the trade on very reason"!
klf ritimiK "
"" ' '; MAOPARLANE &.Co.
-u V liat
A NUHSE GIHL, must come well re-
Apply to Mrs. C. O.
XXTILL BE PAID to unv nersou
IT ncrsi'lis who Will irlvo sunli In
formation as will lead to tho conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
or caused to be obstructed tho rond to
"Waiklld, beyond Sunny South, hy plac
ing nn ox.cart across said road on tho
night of the 21th of M iv Instant.
L. DAYTON, Deputy .Marshal.
Honolulu, May 35, 1883. 4i
TF YOUll HOUSE IS SfCK or LAMC,
X or any way out of order, call on A
T. HAKE (I, at Capt. J. 0. Climoy's sta
bles, corner of Queen & Punchbowl Bts
ESTUrenklng horsos to saddle or car
riage li specialty. Satisfaction, gimran
tecu or no charge 420 ly
All Water Kates Now Duo
and owing, must ho paid at the ofUeo of
tho Honolulu Witter Works,
foot of Nuuanu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise thp privilege will ho sus.
ponded without further notice.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Mlulstor of Iutorlor.
Uouolulu, Juno 1,188a. HB