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I ahwruL. Jiin- lUb. junlSJ:
If KS. if'. H. lilt I r FIN WISH KM TU Xri-
i"M ly the Uiti'fr llwottilu, ao.l !.- iublir frali.
H at h-? b iljpwl rf b-r Mi l.nTT ai-l lif Maki K
i.fi L.Siunc to Mr Wi:iitinn who will crry cn tb h:o.
and tak- th prwnt opportunity f thinkmc her nui-n
, patron lor the ery lifrl 'rnnt' xtd' I t" tr. nml
M trat for h-r -nrc.r a ronnnoaoc? f "1
MRS. U. B. .Klr"lX
M It S . WILKIN S ON
Wori-H KKM'KCTKI VI.I. '.UK
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MILLINERY & DRESSMAE1NG
Matin in 11 it ifpratl. Mr. W . w x;M il-o M .t
MI 3E.iS DAVIS,
Mill r n-T Tf: a?. I I'.X l.RI i:NC K. tllha-
' Dress Silks, Satins. Flowers. FeaUhrs.
-. Ribbons, &c,
. r.l-r-.t Irom Kurop-an.l rin Frinrico by Mr Crlin.n.!
' -lrrl"t wi'h nril rK'rnc to the rquircmcnW cf-'rs
, nl U' 7 Crnop.
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', pAtrm.m. nvnfrf i-rni. nnil fiirnisdin? only Orit rla
! in ner hp, ! n'T f : iy.f-r t-ic t.iihlir imnj
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Biacksmithiii Establishment. I
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an.! Cl'R.n un iii prmii-.
St ithng Provided for same if Required.
I r Th rnilr.'!" h' !1" b "'-t aiimtlon bni-
nft o. kw rf. to rntinu.- ti n.y a foil har of pol.i.c
piirnruatr mmri -O
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
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t.rum-rw in V ai-
fvn.aili talcrll V f.r,h ,r,o,r ( ttr rrl.br3t.-J
number had i sau'. r..Mll. (KXTR.
4,t)0) Ctire, r.jial A any bran.J in tn mark-l.
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lfure inut r. ntifs. m.m tui.Y iir.i To
rw Sxnilvue, rif i m kki r. -
w-m wmP?ifliiijr NLatei'ials.
aIrfa.l.on w BM (fmfQt Clitk.
I . T. LFAFU 4 4. ..
Cr.NF.IlAl. COMAII-H.-ION MERCHANTS.
P'W, G. BORDEN,
V.nfTinMCCD p rnMMIQQinN MFRPH'NT
UUbl lUIILLil U buiiiiiiiuwiun ..w. i
l: L-R IN
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i.GEMTS .FURHISHIIIG GOODS !
l.adirx. I.f ot-' X C hi! Jrra' Kfl . Sbos,
URCfcrRIK-" NICANKU UOOD..
Hirtlware. Crockery and Glassware, To
oacca. Cigars. Pipe Yankee Notion.
BATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
I'll 3M. 3.'. lli Jl FRONT TRKKT.
!r f LO. M VAV All.
mrl.V s. ly
t,J , m
MELBOURNE CUP CONSULTATION,
itf.wtM vibs(i:ieij:-s Tr mm: pfi run
r,e.r ll .s.t C'-h ..ST.rTra.
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t ri.W-l X tl.OO ll Tairs ur tl Xl.lo
traoai Col..n,es r .
Th-liJ-xrr-. Pr.r-. roo-..t.nj et o rr i
of L.VJ eacU. d lit I'r.i "I 1
n..mlv-rof win.nl.uf TKlcet, 1 afoul
II rhen.e-t ar- t isvhl M.H.nrf must & art.i.i . n- i
sj w n rf r-pi i -ni.
TIIKODORF. BRiin "
,,,, Mrrrl. mW HX :i ' ' '
- A GOOD INVESTMENT.
-oi.- a llllMI'sn tlXV FIXF.I.O-1
A ,i.tliil a I.OW I'RH K-
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alien riiiaiHMI. iiM.lllllKa ll
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N ..ro-jjST EECEIvED " !
W?iia i s
iM hi.fort .rnF.F.r.
cii-'iri: i"T r
'sr'iO VEESH SALMON ! !
STRATEMEYER & JAMES,
SlGir 'AlTDiIOW PAINTERS
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J. H. HANLON
Vr-il i'L T V'a'at y'Vk . .J (Vr. J iMF Hot. to .ait the Tre &
1 V .SA cout.:-.- th- ." 5r.e:f-r . fur.U .Uree, fr.iu M. Uvu,e ,
t hos neison lly-l fHfe-t. IL.no u,j. B. - ,,. ,v.m.n- an I r mj tie
! -o -..m-r.. i.r'u-r. " Vr.: Tf:M t.V f.K A JOIF ?V'-ll KatOn
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I nil-: Mi:Mi;r.i:s ok tiu:
TI!IES 1 1HI0 li H I liLES.
t PROCESSION WILL THEN MARCH
fn:Fort to Kin?, up Kin? to Punch
arrl. alon Punchbowl to Beretania.
'long iJeretania to Richard, down
' V Richard to Hotel Street, along
"1 to Fort, up Fort to Beretania. alon
tetania to Emma, up Emma to
chool, along School to Nuuanu.
inp Nnuanu to Judd. thence
CKiPn down Nuu tna to King, along King
T? Ti R. M iSSI O TsT
Has lern jrrantfil by thf Oovernmont,
and th Chief Knrineer of tho Fire I)c
Dahmeit, to the Committee of Arrange
ment5 of American IndeiK-ndem-e Day, to
GHUBGH & FIRE BELLS'
Kim at Sunrise, on the morning of
I;iu iujr ! ommeiiee inuweiiiatel v after
the i m: t ; i; n fiiom th i: hattkiiy
j. e. visr:MAN,
Seetary to the Com. of Arranijemeiits.
LEW & SPENCER,
S A I.K STABLES,
KING T.. OPPOSITE BETHEL ST.
,IIOKK" KOIIt KI IIV TIIK Il.tV,
IV KKK.HK .MOXTII.
1 lorso Hoilhl Mini Holil.
SrnJiil tortiurul nf trrijr ait tiailJ i
l.KT IM H.l..
TlTl FlUM av iinportAl fin- c'win o( llnsty aii.1
Jjd.il lcr. at call th" 3rt--nt;on if lh- public to their
I U N I r Vt F Tl ; K r K V K R A I. F I X I ; A X I M A I J
j.r fti Ih'ir ay now from r.-ilifi.rtiia an I !). f!at.
ui i.i.i t ruiirro: m (tp.Ritt.fN.
i-i lri'r'n jiirn. i w .ti han.l. an.l tl.'ir 2 friu
I -N a i'ARRUI L anj VAOr, M; TH.. ,t I'irnl.-..
I Fxmr-n. Siii-jWinj l'artir. nr., armtn-l if l-lan.l.
j A D I E fci
Hii hnJ .r dJlr-tlorr uue r or to n in tue
(Itt. Uott tir ( nllfnf aod Appfaranrr.
i i iki:i:m:;u. itkuc akk ixvitkii
1 Tlt'lsir lll'R M.llil.K-
Kaiti... riu r. Spc.l I'a'o ink-n l M--k r-nlnilJ
I tr cur rjr.
i.Thnwunrilinc ihrir llor will ml b charirtsl
rxtri, r lx-t.rir or ih-in llrri BRnKF.N to Sail lli
j -t II.. ra:ru.K-fc.l.c t.-J. jalyZ,3tn
FR SA FRAXCISCO.
Thr atoiile nJ I"at-iailio; t Upper Barqar,
I), f .
Will ive Iimediate Dispatch for San
XT f'- -i;-ht or ae. apply to the A-nl.
jvJ V.T. I.KXKHAX JL .
'OMKl'NTIirillTL RKI'ORTS aloul
Hie t ,..,,,i - uudermened liaine ccme to his ears.
he h-o-hv rt.t, iHt peni.le m ill pa no attention to mjm
th'j l.er . it betither jrsonal or business or else take
intent en. to rn the WHoLK IKl'TlI, as there ar:
alwns T siir.STt A STORY. The troth can be
ohtane.1 Ira the u ler.iened, he only knowing more about
hia wo affairith-r business cr personal than any one
el. Iii. Irr.-a!!r knows Tery iiltle of tl.e TkliTH of
anyt.iii". iyi -- II. L. CHASK.
I 1.1. AlorXTS DTK Tf TIIK FIRM
-ik K loW.N A, lf..of OVKK 0 month
stc.l.uz. .f r.t;k-cl on or before the l.jth day of July. 1S1.
j i i,. .-.-i hhantsot Mr.unjnfijw.
.- 2r l. ISst
july 2, 2t
Ullc 1 i TIMXh llli KKIKXIfS M:
lhtpuh::f I . ii u. f. r l ' lit-ral a-i-tn.-e rendere.1 to'
lul sn l t.. hi- ,;y .luring hi ii;nM jj'yJ 'It !
PiSTURGE ! PASTURAGE i
Ixc-Ki.i.Fr I'sti'ki:k i xow
cil-r.il t ner of h're. wh-re their sKck II he
J n -n.. jr.-un-l. an1 obtain tl.
. l.st lMfl 11 i (Ml I M r I: I SS.
n I'l'iin lul r only a S.rt .h't ni-e f..ni ihe Citjr,
idilt tD l. md ar tnl.-r the Ue-rri..u of r.mi.
-rl ail' nd nt. th n
llnartt mi..r br mf rk may wiol
heir Itv-.r I ihia I'mlnrsir
oilhallanr wl IXJt ItV tr-
Mill .luriau ibelr slay.
NoN' BI T ! -T-M K TAKFN.aiel at rea.uiij-
l.i.nt l i-ohi ., HI K .n.- Mr.-', h i.l be i;ntne.
d t s.:tti-U t. b i-s.n b- r-tum 1 at :.t.y time
' 1. i i'i-- .m- K-,..,,
..,,K- ( .'. in :.tt No. 1 K; t.imanu .-tr-et.
- i ciia t. lilu.'K.
A - -
;dsiKRi:r.V IKN THAT OHX .ih-r-
ll e kn. n a b.i J ) , ta-r of V II ON A Co..
!l h.s .n 'rest . a. tul.O'ss of ...d Firm, an.l in
? . - lun,::ooat I., h.mo. Wa kUt-toC. MoNTIXO.
rT.!.nii sail -iri'ss at tV preri.iss brt tofc.re
pett e-.l b .i:.l firm .-it ij.-i i.r i S'rt, p...t-r the sntr
lirfram'. All prs. n l fun will make
i'-ii-ri to sa. 1 C VT.M.r..
Je'iU. lsl. j jnJS.lm
AT11 TIIK H: lli. W. I.. MOKIIOMI.
f.I. rrr.K.Lf ,A XC I XM -I I I.MI
..ms ar i:nst th- e . o.e lit. Hon. W
I. f . r- r.q it--. in. ra.i th- otlie of the u..er.i;r.-l ijA
'i- ly. -J.'.li Jun. mt . n the h--urs .f . i lo, k , ,
i -I r . tor 'I'lenj"". .S j
I'll . T. CI I U'
1 .. A limn-", r f t: -l W. L. Mo-'ha.ua.
-FRESH CALItjRNIA FRUITS.
PLES, POTATOES & ONIONS
I .i. V-ni and Wheat. llamB.i.-oo and PhoaWera,
lr el nl rimi.-.-u,i., Nuts and Ranins.
.-uyir-d f .S. lUrb.ry Oates.
for Family use,
n Sn FmDciro. so I
i.t i ... iJOlirTrr- to ourown Orrbai
-. i-..-i.n o,..-f..r.!f. I -1.1 rr-y fruits.?!
' I O tl-oVfCIICO
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Honolulu District. School Notice.
Tlir nuiiiiur-r va. atiou t.f all UoVt-rnuit-ril s. h .: ti.
diiri. t of Honolulu will eTHrnd. tbi year. :rom J'r.'Uiy.
t' :h ' A-ix-tf prcr., to J&ndiy the 12th of Sci.te:alT.
at vhicb dat a new term ulll bsia. AnJ cwitg to tLe
late protracted opens:on of the schools of thi. ditr;ot.
on arrcmat cf the preval'-cre cf Small-pox ; diaiisishirs
the rft-.lar attendaare. ad iaterraj-tlBg the r.ual cla
r'jrtine; th rgrlar annral pv.b'.ic Ptamicatiotic :H t
tb: yar d;peae-J with.
W. .T.Mr. SMITH, ..-retary.
F j v ativn OS., i
ir.-:.t li;ne JlrJ. l3i.)
Tii rrgular liiiiuiurr va.ati-li !' all vriiiat:.t
Sr-jocil throughout thr Kiua.Ktn. w'j-fin; thn' .n r
dffrirf f fjnnlulu. will pxt-nd fruiii Friday tb "JJiid. f
J.ily I'rox., to Morulay th- 12tU of S-;.ttr:iil)-r . aiiJ on
that date. Septfiubt-r Uth. a lifw terui will lgiii.
W. JAMFS SMITH. Srrn-tar .
I iliiritioli tftir-. J
4t June 2rir.l, 1SS1. )
TO MEmillVTsTj'LAXTEKS. ETC.
JAMKS IU'VN. MKRCHAXT. fil.ASj;iW,
L"iMlfrtak Ihe pitrrhase and shipment of a!l kind of Hr.i
i.h and Continental C J, and will g::i.l to rereiv.. t'r.li-.
at rat" either lre on biarJ at shipping port in Kurope, "r
dliirrrrj ex ahip (but with duty for buyer's account) at
Huii'iliilu. ?urh Order may be accompanied by rmUtanre.
payable in I.n.loa or Sn Francisco : onhe will draw nl CO
daya tiht aaiot confirmed credit from Ilinoluui llinl:ers
or ithrrwie. to uit the rnnrenience of buyer.
MKS.-R?. WM. G. IRWIX & CO.. 1 I-.ti-HON.
W. I fiRI'KN, Honolulu.
HOX.J.S. IVAlKf.ll. Honolulu.
TIIK At'.R A H AK. (Limited), t. iudoo.
FOURTH OF JULY.
I, Tht- folh.wiug iiwivnntile firms !i:tve nrivil
t. cluse their plures of l)Usiiit on ilie
I'uurth. viz : ISishoj) fc Ct).. "Wil.l.-i- A' Co., K. .
Hull A Son. Dillingham t Co, I.t ers A Cooke,
U. I'. Ailams, C. IJrewcr V Co, V. .J., Irwin &
Co. Ceo Maefurlnue & Co, H. Maffarhiue V Co.
A. S. Clfhnni & 'o. Whitmy t llolieitson,
Hymun lro., V. A. Sehaefer .t Co, Cec il Diowii.
V.. lfoft'Achla;er A- 'o. C-o T.ncas. i. Wet. Allen
A: Koliinso'.i. Sl. S. Ctrii)l.niiii .t Co. A. W.
1'. ir. r. A- !'.. A. W. Iinsh,B'r. Drown t ". C.
Set,'t lk ii it Co. I. . AovKn nsEis .V Co. A. NV.
li'liarilii A- C, H?nry May ,V Co, C. K.
Willimns. S. Mypfm, M. Di. k-ion. A. M. Melli-.
C. J. Ushel. H. K. Mclntyre A Dr.... A. L.
Smith. Lovejoy .t Co, Clarke ,t Co, -Ino. Xott it
Co, M. J. Dose. J. II. Lvneh. Ciitte A Cooke.
D. olleM ,t Co., and others.
K:iK COMIMXV M MItKR K.
It wa the intention of this Company to hd t a Henelit
Iiall in .Mr. Campbell', new hall, en the evening ef duly
4th. Lut ho many other event-", pnlilie and rivat-. are to
come off on that dav, that it ban been deemed desirable
to posiM'ue the Dstire to a uiore convenient rveniiiK-
Si'E ml XoTit K. We rail our rentiers atten
tion to the new firm of Levy A' Sjieiieer. who
hue join.-.l jiartiier-iiip in the livery an.l -ale
stahle lil-ine-N. The liiui have everv f.ieititv to
warrant f.;tM,l suecess in their line of I'U-ine .
See a.lvestiseiuent in another column.
C. H Min:B, fatldle and hsroesis maker has removed
tfroiii his old place. King Strut, to Fort Street, cor. Kins.
where he will attemt to business, in hia usual workman
(tommcrrial SUbc rtiscr.
SATURDAY. . .
JULY 2. lsM.
The S. S. I.ytlia arrived in Ifoiigkoiiu on
the -Jr.l April.
Thanks ure returned to Messrs. Whitney
Dobinson. ami Capt. ltavens, for late papers.
11-- We regret to mention that the health of
Mrs. Harris, wife of His Honor the Chief Jus
tice, still continues in a critical state.
if The receipt yesterday of later news a- to
His Majesty's movements, obliges us to exclude
foreijm news ami other items of interest.
Mrs. Capt. F. O. Ravens accompanies
her husband this trip, to view the beauties t.f
Hawaii nei, as seen in anil about Honolulu.
"g The Culeiular of the July session of the
Supreme Court will be found in full in another
column of the present issue of the Auvkutiski:.
V" Clans Spreckels Ksij. and Mrs. Spreckels.
Alaj. ti. iluciariaue, licv. waiter i rear, ami
other noietl residents, have taken pa-sage for
the coast per ' Citv of New York.
ar"" The Fr.V. for July, contains Mr-. Dil-
Unghams's poem, and a very complete report of
the exercises ami discusses on the occasion of
the celebration of the 4f'th anniversaav of Oahu
K. T. KIuhIus was on Moii.lav brought I
up lK-fore Mr. Justice Dickertoii on it man. I on a
harge of " perjury in the second degree. ami
h:iino wuivetl examination was committed for
trial at the forthcoming session of the Supreme
The fourth of July celebration is in good
Uxnds this year. The American Minister (Jen.
Comly nud Consul McKiuley head the suliserip-
tion list for expenses. Ami our citizens ot all n.i- 1
tionaiitit s ftot uj the subscription for the day j
with the sum of C'O. j
jv" That ground in. the central p.nt o the j
niy is too valnahle t- be occupietl mainly lor j
garden purjtst -. i- grathially being recognied ;
b it- proprit tors and le-s,--s. It will b. long. ;
in doubt, before iiiauv ft our old residt nt- '
.u know ledge this practically by converting their t
gardens intt building; lots, but others cling les-
t'-naciou-Iy t familiar sp.t-. anil tn many of !
ur str I- ev.-ry month shows a change. In '
VFort strett, Mr. James White is now utilizing
V round in trout of hi- prt mi-e-. having ju-t
l uilt a -ton to the street trout of about by
is ft measurement ; with other buildings in tin
rear which form an addition to Mrs. White's '
ltlging establishment. The store, which is a
lieat .strncture, adjoins the otliee of Mi . .I. .in. -s
DuhV livery yanl. and is already let.
yyjf - All.W building has b, ell erected at th.
rear of his pre-elit place of bu-ine,-- in M.n h.mt
St.. by Mr. F.. S Cuuha. and i- now l.om i. al
for occupation. The proprietor will oci iipy the
new premises for his own business. The saloon
was designed by the builder. Mr. G. XV. Lincoln,
and i- rjccted to prove lire-proof, being of
brick, with door- and window- protected by ;
iron shutters. The proportions of tin' room are '
extremely good, and gives th" fullest effect to
the rather elalorate internal decoration-. The
painting, which was undertaken by Mr. K. C.
Rowe. proves highly effective. The. bar. lun
cheon counter, wnll-panels aiul the screens
which divide the private parlors from the rest of
the room, ale painted t imitate tin-favorite
wtMnls in paneling work the Califrnian laurel,
white an.l red oak and black walnut. The grain
ing of this work was done by Mr. Jaruian. an
an artist recently arrived from San Francisco,
whose work has never been excelled here. The '
room will hok brilliant at night, when the seven
teen lamps that h.-;ve been piovided foi it are
Hannah is aUhed for a half
ti!v RIack. the race t-- come off
ile da-h wi
; v- A- an i::-t.ince of the .roliti- or.aliti'-s of
th- n:;tiv,- .. lu-liu. we qncte from the Ct,in
M i'l that a lir- e Lulv .lie! the other Jay at the
a,'-.f s. She hft ll" ohiMren and grainl
t h:'tlr. n. an 1 miiua ot thee vrre ciiTil-hillmi
f her fjr:in'li-hi!.1rt n.
If Th- e..rr."t v.-hii-h i- it-ported to have
ht-r-n -eii from Kauai, ha- also been seen here
Loth 'lionai:-.; ;.UJ evening. it urth declination
i.ein sui-h that it is vi-iMe both before and after
the sun. Astronomers are looking for the re
turn. thi year, of a comet seen about thirty
years nc;o, and frora its position it is not on
iikly that this is the expected visitor.
Zlr" Thr race- at Kapioladi Park cn Monday
promise t" be worthy of the day, the Anniver
sary t-f the birth of a great and ever-growir";
nation. All sportinp; men are glad to learn that
they are at length to see the two favorite stalling-
ieiirr.il Garneld and General Hancock
fairlv matt hed against one another. Many of
the other races named in the -programme will
also be of Rrtat interest and we are glad to an
nounce that at the last moment a match has
been made between Hannah and Sally Black
which w ill add nui. h to the pleasure of the after
jf The hand will play in Emma Square this
afternoon at -tiO p. m. Following is the pro
March Sharpshooter, new
I verture Festival
ruet II Trovatore
Trio The Mountaiteer
Orand Selection iliguon. new
. . . Verdi
The net moonlight concert will take place on
Thursday -Tuly T. ami on Monday July 11 at
Kmmn -S. nave.
t k aftlr week Chinamen are convicted
-mokiiif' in our Police Court, and the
lupury is -ry common, and very natural
Where do thty get the opiuxu from?" There
ti- d to b iilentv of charges to be heard before
the Poliee .lu-t.ee for sinuqlinr opium of late
there have scarcely been any. There used also
to be a penalty for mnggling opium, one half
of which went to the active Customs Officer who
detected the little offence, of late only impris
onment has been meted out to opium.snmgglers.
Is there any connection between those two sets
t Mr.Jaiu.es Campbell's new buildings on
Forfi Street, uett to those occupied by Messrs. t".
K. A'illiams, S. Magnin and others, are now
neaily complete, and with the adjoining range,
present a tine appearance a great improvement
in a street which, although the main stieet of
the town, contain so many mean and paltry
structures. On Mr. Campbell's property at the
corner of Fort ;.nd (Jneen streets active signs of
coming improvements are to be seen. The time
honored, but not handsome buildings, which
had so long been familiar to our eyes have dis
appeared and substantial -tor.-s are to replace
Thkre was a full house at Fort -street Church
last Sunday evening to hear Dev. Mr. Fienr's
farewell discourse. The sermon was an affection
ate leave taking of an attached people. Much was
said in Mr. Frear's clear and stroug way of put
ting things in appreciation of the uniform kind
ness and liberality of the people. The many
attractions of Hawaii nei as a home were stated
in no doubtful terms. Warm hopes were expres
sed ifi regard to the future of the country. The
facts statetl. even the dry statistics of deaths and
births, additions ami losses, gave a very vivid
conception of the progress ami prosperity of this
leading congregation of our metropolis. In sev
ering the ties that for ten years and a half have
ltound a devoted pastor to geuerous people, Mr.
Frear has acted only from a sense f imperative
personal duty. The community in which he
has had his home will miss his wise counsels and
judicious participation in public Affairs. The
Church. t which he has so Ion" and ahlv miu-
i-teivd. will ti ml it di fti cult to secure anyone, as
his successor, of etjual soundness in the faith
and uniform excellence in the varied responsibil
ities of the Christian ministry. Ga-Mte.
Iir'' Tiie execution of I.eong Lung, the ranr
deier of Ah Lee, at Pauoa Valley in March last,
took place yesterday morning at 7:2t a. m. The
warrant was read to the condemned criminal by
Marshal Parke and interpreted by the Chinese
interpreter. The prisoner was then pinioned.
During the whole of this time he displayed re
markable firmness and resignation. He willingly
shook hands with the Jailor and his interpreter
and wished them good-bye. He walked to the
scaffold with a firm step, and whilst standing on
the drop.a few words of spiritual consolation wert
spoken to him by the Rev. Mr. Sit Moon, to whicfc
the prisoner appeared to pay devout attention!
He hail the day previous expressed a belief in
Christianity, and at his request, was baptized by
Rev. S. C. Damon. At the time above-named, th
bolt was drawn ami the culprit passed intd
eternity. He remained firm and imperturbable to
the last moment. No motion of the body was visi
ble for fifteen seconds after the fall, when the
hands were observed to clench, and the muscles
of the hack were convulsed. After hanging
half an hour, life was declared extinct by the of
ficiating medical officer and the hotly was cut
down ami buried in the prison lot. in the ceme
tery. I Our American fellow-citizens intend to
celebrate the Anniversary of the Declaration of
their Independence as if their feet were on their
native soil. They have persuaded every one ex
cept the Judge of the Supreme Court, to whom
the option was not available, to take a holiday'
on Monday. They intend to put every one in a
good humour first thing in the morning by the
pranks and oddities of their "Antiques and Hor
ribles." who are to parade from '5 a. m. to 0 a. m.
It vill not be their fault if all our principal
streets do not make a show of Stars and Stripes,
ami other more sightly decorations, worthy of an
American city. At ten o'clock the solemn 'Ex
ercises" of the day are to commence in the
grounds of the Hawaiian Hotel, where a stage
tor those who take part in the celebration is to
be erected, and "all the world" of Honolulu are
invited to listen to the "Declaration of Indepen
dence" an oration by our esteemed fellow-citizen
Mr. Sandford li. Dole, patriotic songs by
men whose voices we all like to listen
to. a poem by Mr. M. V. Thompson and a vari
ety of music by our always welcome Royal
Rami. After this. General Comly, the Resi
lient Mini-ter of the Great Republic, will wel
come all Americans anil all foreigners who
cordially wi-h well to the American flag and all
it symbolizes, at his residence, on Judd Street.
After that, every American is going to dine with
some one el-e, and purposes to. have "a good
time," in which intention each nd all have our
hearty sympathy, and we join with them in a
Hurrah for the Fourth of Julv !
I V" A case which ex.
infc r. -t was h'-ard at th
day la-t. Yip Lung, a
excited a o,,od deal of
Police Court on Tues-
passeng r by the Robt.
T. Clayton from Callao bounl to China was
accused of attempting to smuggle jewelry. The
t vid. ii.-e -howed that Yip Lung had offered to
-ell a dia!i!ond ring he wore to Mr. Sam. Mc
Keague and that Mr. Juo. Markham, C. H. guard,
on the Robt. T. Clayton, had on searching the
man found two other diamond rings in his
pocket which he confiscated. Markham re
ported t. his father who traced Yip Lung to the
shop of (Jii.-n Sun a jeweler in Nuuanu street,
ainl obtained the saint offer as to the ring he
wore as McKcague had, done, whereupon he
took possession of the ring and its owner. For
the defense Qiuii Sun was brought forward to.
prove that the rins had never been offered to
him for sale and Yip Lung himself made the
following statement-: "I have come from Peru.
I have lecn there DJ years. I have had a shop
there, was there during the war, lost all I had.
I am going to China. All I have is this money
and three rings. They would not let me take
money away. st I -converted the money into
these rings, I was not trying to smuggle. I
carried them with me because 1 was afraid to
h ave them on the vessel. I did not intend to
sell but when I was asked said $200. 1 only
spoke Chinese at the shop. Cross-examined.
These are diamonds. On Sunday a man spoke
to me nliout the ring, and I came into the house
down-fairs. He spoke to me in ipanish, I said
I would pay him if he sold fr'Vring for $200.
That foreigner has often bftsr n the vessel."
The magistrate, evidently CJi ifring that the
intent to smuggle or sell gocv'.' bout a license
was doubtful, dismissed the fj
C?" The livery stable business in Honolulu
seems to be very brisk at present. See adver
tisements i;i our paper. M.rv James l.ld, we
hear,' leaves l y the next steamer for the Ccat.
to pnrehase some more fine stock for bis -table.
JqS"" The Hoard of Health has i-sued a. notice
that inter-island qaarantine will be removed on
the 1:2th iast.. in regard to persons, who have-a
medical certificate of satisfactory vaccination
and general good haalth; and who have sub
mitted their baggage to a thorough fumigation
under the direction of an aejent of the Board.
Of Mr. Peter Aeosta. the well known .st?w
rd of the Likelike. hss dissolved connections
with that vessel, and i now proprietor of she
Cosmopolitan Restaunint. on Hotel Street. His
former reputation r fhf f0 (' will stand
him in good stead.
ZHT A correspondent of the .S. F. Eving
Bulletin, in a letter irom Honolulu, dated June
4th, referring to leprosy, says : Mr. Carter
Chairman of the Board of Health believes that
of nearly 800 lepers sent to Molokni. the leper
settlement. subsequent to the last small-pox
epidemic, probably f(0 became thus diseased
through vaccination with human virus."
Look oit rou mosqcitoks and fliks. In
Japan it has long been recognized by the native
physicians that mosquitoes are active agents in
conveying the virus of malignant pustules from
one person to another. The researches of Dr.
Patrick Mauson in Ainoy have led to the sus
picion that the spread of Elephantiasis in the
south of Japan is due to the same pest. Flies
are known to le transmitters of disease. Iu
China, the baal-tzee fly is dreaded as a transmit
ter of the plague. Our precautions against the
annoyance of inusquifoes and flies, should not
be confined to our beds alone: but our rooms
should be effectually barred. Musquito bars
should be placed in every window and door way
of every sleeping anil sitting room in this coun
try. When a musquito or fly is probing you
with his proboscis he may be inoculating you
with some contagious disease.
The work of renovating thv wharf know
as " Brewer's " is being proceeded with steadily
if not very rapidly. The ruins of that part of'
the old wharf which were crushed into the water
by tons of sugar and piles of bricks, in excess of
their bearing capacities, are now been fished up
and got out of the way, piles are being driven
for an extension of the wharf seaward, the object
being to lengthen the Ewa side, so that a vessel
can conveniently lie there to load or discharge.
It is satisfactory that the result of an accident,
not in liself very creditable to the "authorities,"
whoever they may le, who have the custody and
control of our wharves, is to be an improvement
in the shipping facilities of the port. The pub
lic would however like to see an improvement of
another class follow, as a moral to the story of
the breakdown of this wharf, viz: active super
vision in the future to prevent public property
froni being drst roved by acquisitive people, who
like to allow huge piles of goods to accumulate
upon them in order to save themselves some ex
pense or trouble.
" To shuffle off this mortal coil." " To cross
the bourne from which no traveler returns."
"To step from Time into Eternity," be the
circumstances what they may be the character
of the individual to whom this last ordeal pre
sents "itself what it may is a solemn, awe
inspiring thing. Th human mind is so
constituted that, if sane and sound, it cannot
contemplate death without emotion of a power
ful and exalted haracter. To the influence of
what poison, physical or psychical, can we
attribute the frame of mind of the writer of the
following words ? " All our readers will remem
ber Mr. Nip Kiu. the enterprising gentleman
who collected a debt of four dollars by shooting
nt and killing his nephew. They will also be
sorry to near that the toriner gentleman has
managed to outwit the Judiciary and Executive
by dying of his own accord late in June, instead
of waiting like a decent Christian and being
properly turned off on the gallows, some time in
October 'nest." Wherel we found them we do
not care to tell who wrote them we do not de
sire to know. We hope that all who read them
turned from them with the like disgust and
sense of humiliation which they inspired in us.
L P The new mansion for H. II. Ruth Keels'.
ktjlani in Emma street is almost ready for occu
pation, and the grounds in front of it are now
being tastefully laid out on u design of which
Mr. S. K. Kaai is, we believe, the author. Those
who have bad the opportunity to inspect this
building, have been much struck with its con
venient arrangement and the rich manner iu
which it has been ornamented internally. An
account of some of the decorative work in plaster
was given in the Advertiser some time ago, to
which we may add that the whole has since been
finished in first-class style by the contractor,
Mr. John E. Bowler. Among the work executed
since our last notice, are panels in each of the
three parlors, containing the Hawaiian coat of
arms in hue relief. I he whole work of the
ceilings in this house, is remarkably fine and
elaborate. Mr. Kuai, acting as factor for Her
Highness, has kept a watchful eye on the place
during its construction, and it is w believe in
accordance with his taste that the decoration of
the lower floor in its present style has taken the
place of the original, less elaborate, designs of
the architect Mr. Hardy. The effect of the fine
plaster work has been enhanced by the painter,
whose rich finish of cornices and ceilings, is in
a high style of art and has a most pleasing
effect. The whole finish of the building, irf-Jde
and outside, is highly effective and creditable to
" Shooting cases," an American euphe
mism for attempts at willful murder, will soon
be as common in our Islands as they are in the
IVestem States of the Union. On Friday of last
iveek, the Deputy Sheriff of Makawao, Maui,
E. M. Walsh, whilst arresting a leper,
early fell a vietimi to a shot from a revolver.
Mr. Walsh's official report on this encounter is
as follows: " Y'esterday, while out in Kula with
Dr. Standart vaccinating, I had occasion to go
near the house of a leper who was said to be
carrying around a shot gun and a revolver, and
who had said he would kill anyone who attemp
ted to take him. So I took Kahele (a native
Constable) and went into the house. One of
the rooms was fastened and Kahele said he was
there, I told him to open the door, but he did
not: it was a weak fastening and' I pulled it
open. The man was sitting on a bed facing the
door and with a revolver in his hand. I told
him to put down the revolver, but he only
pointed it at me, and reached for a shot gun. I
then sprang for him but before I could get him
he fired and the ball struck me on the side, pen
etrating my coat ami lodging in my pocket-book.
It made a red place by the concussion, just at
the edge of my lower rib on the right side. I
got hold of him however, before he could tire
again, and wrenched the revolver away from
him. It is a 38 calibre, self-cocking " British
Bulldog." I also got the gun. Kahele came to
my assistance, and now we have him in jail. Dr.
Standat said that had it not been for my
pooket-lwxk I would have had a fatal wound."
i tV Complaints are often made of the num-
her of deaths in Honolulu the causes of which
have to be registered as "unknown." and th
still greater number in which there has een no
medical attendance on the deceased. Whose
fault is this ? We have a Government whose
duty it is to put an end to such a condi
tion of things. That they have been warned
and urged on this subjeet every one
knows, or ought to know. For the bene
fit of our present rulers, the following ex
tract from the Parliamentary papers is iiereby
recalled to their memory. It is from a report
which bears the signature of Capt, Jno. 11.
Brown : "Fifty-eight per cent of the deaths of
Hawaiians reported are entirely unattended dur
ing sickness by any qualified physician. This
matter should be investigated and some means
adopted whereby minors, at least, should not be
allowed to die, by parents and guardians, with
out proper medical attendance. I referred to
this matter in my report for the Legislature of
1S7. I have great difficulty in ascertaining the
cause of deaths of Hawaiians, and I hope the
authorities, by co-operation with ourLegislative
representatives, will obtain the passage of such
laws as are necessary to compel parents and
guardians to obtain medical attendance for child
ren, and also to make it necessary to produce a
certificate of the cause of death from the attend
ing physician, before a certificate of burial can
be granted ; and in case no physician has at
tended the deceased person,, the certificate jat
cause of death issue from the Coroner. "
I think it is fair to assume" that 2j per cent of
those dying unattended might have been saved
bv medical attendance "
The. King's Tour Round the "World.
r THE KING IX SIAM.
The arrival of the I). C. Murray places
U- in possession of intelligence a to his
Majesty's movements after leaving lionir
Kong.. Pasin"; .vr the uneventful voyage
from that port to the mouth of the great
water-highway of siam, we -have to record
the arrival of the Koyal party oil' the bar
of the Mf nam al-ont 10 ,. M. on tLe 2.th
of April. On entering the rivtr, the -team
yacht of the King of Siam w seen ap
proaching, and shortly afterwards a twelxv
oaml boat carrying the flag of the White
Elephant came alongside her, carrying an
officer of Hi Majesty's household, com
missioned to tender to King Kalakaua the
hospitalities of hi brother of Siam. The
invitation was a ceo m panic 1 by expressions
of regret on the part of Hi Majesty that
he had not received suflieiently early-notice
of the arrival of his royal visitor to allow
of his meetintr him in person at the liver
bar. Another boat, accompanied that of
the Envoy, carrying Hi. Siamese Majesty's
Aide-de-Camp, Dissawohklmari'. Salu
tations were exchanged, and the whole
party proceeded on board the royal yacht,
xvhich is described as " a beautiful boat,''
and made in her the voyage up thaj Menam
to Bangkok, a distance of about twenty
miles. The manner in which this yacht
was found and titted seems to have excited
the admiration of all the patty. I'nder an
awning, so tasteful in its character as to
attract attention e-en amoug -o many
no-elties, cool drinks and delicious liquors
had been provided in "profusion, with the
welcome accompaniment of the choicest of
Manila and Siamese cheroots. The Menatn,
though a great stream, winds and wanders
through the level country below Bangkok,
its hanks cox-ered xvith thick timber ami
almost impenetrable jungle, except where,
at short interx-als, houses are to be seen
peeping through the x'erdure. Hvery
xvhere, on the way, fragile canoes, and
boats with nothing but a big palm leaf for
a sail, were to be seen ; and here ami there
natives spinning twine and cordage with
their primitixe appliance a windmill
rigged on the end of a long pole stuck in
the rixer bank. In due time the scene was
x-aried by the appearance of a delightful
repast, amongst the dessert to which the
mangoes astonished the x'isitors, whoso
ideas of the fruit had been formed from
the half-xxild and weedy specimens they had
been accustomed to in these Islands. Some
of them hax'e taken care of the seinls of
this fruit for the benefit of their friends
ARRIVAL IN BANGKOK.
Bangkok,as our party steamed through it
under these luxurious circumstances prove.!
highly interesting. Many of its peculiarities-
xvhich attracted their notice are com
mon, to other rixer-side cities of Eastern
Asia, but Bangkok has a quaint character
of its own, xx'hich makes it xvorthy of a less
"flying" visit, than our travellers could
pay. The river divides the city, and on
either side, built out on slender piles into
the stream itself, stores of exery description
line the shores, whilst the rixvr itself is
alixe xvith boats and canoes. The curious
ly designed pagodas, the temples xvith
their tile-lined fronts, brilliant with gild
ing and silvering, burnished so that they
reflect the rays of a truly tropical sun xvith
.a dazzle which obliges the eye to turn else
where, the green and trim gardens full of
the brightest flowers, made a picture which
none of the party xvill soon forget.
It xx-as half-past six before the voyage up
the river came to an end. A spendid largj
boat manned by 21 oarsmen look the royal
party ashore, and from this landing they
xve re conveyed in sedan chairs to the Pal
ace of one of the Princes; a regiment of in
fantry lining the way, 'and several royal
vessels and men-of-war lying in the river,
and firing salutes. Here His Majesty xvas
received in truly royal style. From the
gate to the Palace, the whole of a beautiful
park was lit up by globe lamps whicri were
strung from the tops of the trees to the x'ery
ground. Each lamp was swung by a con!
held by a boy concealed behind the shrub
bery, and the play of light among the
greenery is described weird ami fantas
tic. By a splendid marble staircase flunk
ed by rows of iiolished granite column,
His Majesty entered an antechamber, some
eighty feet in length, xvith floors iu mosaic
of marble, and furniture of ebony. Statues,
vases, and other products of the highest
order of Western art, and paintiirgs by
European masters lined the apartment,
whilst damasks, hanging richly embroider
ed in gold, served to conceal the multitude
of guards and servants who were iu attend
ance. The visitors were shown to their
rooms, which were on an upper floor. These
they found fitted up iu European style with
ex'erything of recent fashion; fine carpets,
handsome furniture, pianos, book-cases,
statuary, fouritains, and a profusion Af
flowers in handsome gold and silver bas
kets; ex'erything but the tcnijieraturc (117
Fahr. at 7.30 p. m.) as delightful as it xvas
possible to wish for. Later a splendid dinner
xx-as serx-ed and His Siamese Majesty's
band played music xvhich reminded his
guests of home and P.eiger, nionnliarht ami
The following day a p. m. had been
fixed for the reception of King Kai.akafa
by his royal brother of Siam. Accompan
ied by his suite and by Prince Dissaxx'okk
L'Mabu, His Majesty xvas oonx'eyed to the
Palace. This building is described as a
masteriece of architecture; built of -highly,
polished marble, the inner xvalls inlaid
with precious stone-, the floors a mosaic
of colored marbles. The King of Siatn is a
man of about 27 years of age, xvith a firm
and resolute face no beard, a keen eye and
massixe forehead. He xvas dressed for the
occasion in a tunic of gold brocade.xvith the
silk garment, worn by all Siamese of rank,
wound round his legs, leaving, as is their
custom, a little bare at the hack of the knee.
He was decorated xvith a multitude of in
signia of various orders, and his sxvord belt
glittered xvith diamonds, rubies and sajf
phires. His Majesty xvas attended by
Choxv Phya Suraxvongexvay Whadn I hi
Samuha, Minister of War.
Phya Debria Prajun, Secretary of State.
Phya Sri Sararaj Bhaeti, I'nder Secretary
Choxv Phya Bhudarabhay thi Saintihah
Nayoke,' Minister of Civil Allans.
Choxv Phya Blranuxvongse Maka Kosa
Dhipati thi Phra Klang, Minister of For
eign A flairs.
Phya Bibbadha Kosa, Secretary Foreign
Hluang Vises Boehanaker, Chief Inter
preter. Chow Phya Yomray, Lord Mayor of the
City of Bangkok.
Choxv Phya Dharama, Lord Chamberlain.
Phya Pamroe Bhaeti, Second Chambcr
lafn Phx'a Kav Bhakti, Minister of Finance.
And alout thirty other hltrh ofl"-t4r
all dressed iu uo!.l :XUl -iher hroea.?". -.Tal
all prom-cly dccoiatcd xvith the in-i?i:iof
various Order. Hi- Siamese fY-ty.'.
greeted our King an.!, through hi inter .
prefer. aked after hi health ami expressed
his regret that, through short nc of notice,
he was not l.ett vr prepared for Hi- Ma je-tyV
reception, the King was conducted fit
eat, but Siam. m cti.tu,;uf b ide alU'lher-
lemain -Minliu'.. After
a -li.tii eouver-
lion II, - iaiuc-e Majt
-t y lef it,-,! w HL
Duriua th afteriatoji of the 27th, the
Kii-g went out for a diiv,- with the Prince
Dissvxvokkoukt. and vi.-itctt.thc "Court
of IYo-eellti.M:., and the'. Cremation
Uround. At the latter pl.-.eo nUtut three
month pieviou-ly the body of ooeof th,.
sixty-one wixe- of Hi- Siamese' Majcty
lia-l b en 'hurnUthe King himself being
present, ami. according; to et i.fuette, light
ing the funeral pyre. In the evening, a
tnu-ical entertainment by Siamese lox
Xvas given. 1'be Siain. se niule xva reeog- .
nied iu die x i-itnr a harmonious .,nd
sweet quite different i u Its character to that
of the Chinesee and Japanese xvhich does
not plea-;- tl.o ear trained to European
music any iii-.r. than the latter Milts the
Celestial t.i-ie. t dinner that evening a
niHilaiy band, that of Ihe Mb Siamese In
fantry delighted the xisitor. The Uaud
inaster had secured a copy of the Hawaiian
National Anthem ami to t heir surprise, the s
first strain the royal party 'heard' were
thoe of their xvdl icmcmhctVd. - Hawaii
Ponoi." After dinner, a visit xvhn puid to a
Siamese theatre. Prince DlssAXvoRKV.xuKf
xvho aecomjiauied thorn, having lately paid
a vi.-it to England. ndeavored to art res
interpreter. Though unable to comprehend
all that xva going on, Ihe visitor were
struck xvith the character of the acting,
xvhich they tell to ho of a high order.-"; The
gorgeous lre-cof the tutors, xvhloh xvere
not of tinsel, but of reaf gold bituades
ornamented xvith jewels, xvere also a sur
prise. The crowning feature of the enter
tainment xva what xve should call the
balUt ; the dancing hox ever xvas) in Siamese
fashion, ami xvas executed xvith' a grace,
a nia-tery of posture :l perfection of tlmo
and a delicacy xvhich quite charmed -the
Pi i i ices' guest, an.l that, none the less,,
that the t rifling adjunct of cost unicM-vinril
to have been ignored.
At eiuht o'clock the next morning King
Kalakaua ami hi suite, accompanied by
the Prince, their host, paid a visit to an
uncle of the Siamese King, and from thence
xvent to -et- tiie , sacred white elephants,
the show ;-(, xrdUnce of Bangkok! After
break at 'li Majesty held a reception,
xvheii th foreign Consuls ami many
Si.miese officials xvere presented. Subse-
queiitly a visit xvas p.ii.j to the Klng'a
chapel; xvhere II is Majesty had officiated
as priest, a a necessary preliminary to
taking the oaths oit- liis accession to the
throne. Here'evcry vessel ami ornament
xvas of pure gold inlaid xvitl), precious
sione. xne caKci xvmcn noitu a net of
perfumed lloxver had for a cover a clear
pebble of goldim color emulating the cairn
gorum in lustre, eight inches in diam
eter. A single plate set with rubies and
sapphire yvastx-filued tit more tlian $20,000,
and everythinelst- xvas of like costly char
acter. On Mu ruing home the King receiv
ed an intimation from the captain of the
steamer he xva traveling by, that he must
leave at Ida. in. the following day.
Al four o'clock in th. aflcrnoon, the
arrival of a troop of eawilry announced the
approach of hi Siamese Majesty to return
the viit of King Kalakaua. He came In a
carriage, which to the eyes of his guests
appeared to be all of gold, draxvn by four
horses. Hi Majesty and two Minister's
xvho were in attendance on him, alighted
ami xvere receixed at the threshold of the
palace by King Kalakaua. Congratula
tions xvere exchanged and as on the
occasion of ineir iormef meet i ng only
the txvo monarch were seated. After a
short conversation His Majesty was
informed of ther intended departure of
hi guest on .the following morning,
and expressed '. himself as much disap
pointed. He had hoped that our King
would extend hi "t.iy and enjoy a hunt,
ami make a four through' the Kingdom
iu the royal yacht, xvlijch xvas to have
been placed at hi tli-posnl. Finding that
thi xva iot possible, His Majesty ex
pressed the hope that at some future time
he xvould have the opportunity ; of extend
ing those courtesies to hia royal guests, and
shortly afterwards took his leave. The
day was liiii-hed at the residence of the
Siamese Minister f Ihe Interior, where
the King wn entertained ul dinner ajid
met a distinguished company.
That Hi Siamese Majesty xvas sincere in
the regret he cxporcssed at the hurried
departure of his guest xvit soon maths man
ifest. During the eve nii.j-" King Kalakaua
xvas informed that hi royal brother had
exercised his authority and delayed the
steamer until the morning of Sunday,
April MOth. On Saturday morning a visit
xva pa itl to a Buddhist temple In true
Oriental style the royal hot did not alloxv
his guest to depart w ithout presents suita- -ble
to his rank. In the ex-enlng a State
dinner xva giveo at the palace, ami at
eleven the following morning a regretful
leaxe xva- taken of Bangkok, it. fairy-like
palaces ami temples, Its hospitable mon
arch, ami the kindly men of rank xvho
had vied xvith their sox'oreign in his en
deavor to ncike the stay of their visitors '.
from the lonely Isle ot the Pacific as de
lightful a a dream.
'I he royal robe presented by the King of
Siam. xx-a succeeded by an elephant of
solid gold ! Xot xaetly life-size, but about
five inches high, and standing in a glass
case. Another present xva- the History of
Siam (in ancient script, xx-ovcuin gold on
a dark fabric, folded up in book form );
aiso the modern history of the Kingdom of
Siam, in print. AI-o a tea service of pure
The dinner at the palace was a grand,'
royal banquet. Txvo band played from
different jniints in the. Park,, which' was -illuminated
in variegated colors. His Ma- .
jesty and suite xvere startled, as they took
seat- on sumptuous chairs, to listen to
melodiou.- tones brought forth by the
pressure of their persons They sat down
upon mot ingeniously contrived musical
April On. After dinner at the palace His
Majesty King Kakkkaua xvas installed ana.
Knight of the Oram! Cross of the Croxx'n
of siam. The in.itrnia. of the Order was
of solid gold enameled xvith green and red.
His Majesty is styled in the diploma " Ma
ha Sunabhoru ; or Knight Orand Cross of
Our most Honorable order of the Crown of
Siam; as a inark of honor xvhich his Ma
jesty shall hold and enjoy forever. Civen
at our Court at Parama, Ilagasfhit, Maho
lar, on Saturday, the .Oil day of tin? month
Visakhamas, of the year Maseng, the 3d
Decade. 121.' of the Siamese astronomical
era, being the -I,.Vlth day, or the fourteenth
vear ot Our Reign.
' Ciiij.4f.oLKor.tT, Rtx."
We learn by telegram that His Majesty
and suite sailed from Bangkok at 11 A. M.
u April r.Olh 'for Singapore ami nrrlved"
there Mfiv nth. - '
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