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LF.TTKK No. V;. I.NImjN, July .'e"tli,
THE KI.VU IX f.KUill M-V IA ljn.Sl 1.
From the Lotui'ii (faztl , July j;tli :
" Chancery f tl- Onler of ,t. Mirliacl
ainl St. ff'eor'.-, Don i. In:,' Stn-et, July
The iuefii las l-ii ruiiri.Iy j.I. a-. l t
give directions (r the follow iu j j m 1 nt -nient
to the M0.1t Ii-tiiifii-Ii-l Or.l.r of
St. Michael niul St. Otorire; to l an
Honorary Me mber of tlie I'ir-t-t-Iu . or
Knights (Jraml Cross of the .:iil Mot J)i
tingui-licl Onler His MajV-ty Kini Kula
kaua of tin Haw aiian I-IamN."
My last letter elo.-ed with the King's
departure from Kngland and I have now
to chronicle the details of the four day's
stay at Brus-els. The I loyal party left
- f .... .. . .
iianng n,rons ruaiion, inioii, at 1 i m
on Sunday, July rJith, :i lioyal -aloon
carriage having been attached to the mai
train. The departure was entirely ijuie
and private, only Mr. Hotlnung, the Ha
wanan Immigration Agent, and Mr. Synge
of the foreign Office, leing j. resent. the
latter ucuuuipaiiying me iving as lar as
Dover. ThI place was reached at 10 o'clock
and the boat found waiting. During the
passage the King enjoyed a short rest in
the special cabin, prepared for him". On
arriving at Calais at midnight, the lioyal
pany iook a iignt meal in the private
rooruv at the station am! left again by the
1 o'clock fast train, occupying a first-cla-s
tdeeping coaclK At ft a. m. on Monday
morning, July ith, Brussels was reached.
the Hawaiian Consul-tleneral, M. de
Carmart d'Hamale tie Wittegracht, and
his attaches Lelng at the station in full
uniform to receive His Majesty. The
entire party were then taken in four car
riages t the Hotel Belle-Vue in the line
JCoyaie, where apartments were found
prepared for the King and his suite. His
Majesty rented till the afternoon from the
fatigues of the long night's journey, and at
4 v. k., arier having received the oiinil-
General In audience, took a drive with him
and Col. Judtl through the Belgian capital
to flee the prominent buildings and mnmi
menta. Iietumlng for dinner at 7, the
Royal party then attended the concert at
the Eden Theater In Vauxhatl ('aniens.'
Tuesday, July 2ith, being a col, rainy
day, the King remained in his apartments
nearly all day, on account of a slight indis
position. A number of callers were received
by Messrs Armstrong and Judd. In the
evening, however, the King attended a
grand Soiree, given in his honor by the
Consul-General, M.de Carmart d'Hamale.at
his residence. The Royal programme print
ed: in gold on white satin, announced: "Mu
ulcal Kvening Kntertainmeiit, given on the
23th of July, Ivil, by the Count and Count
ess de Carmart d'Hamale tie "Wittegracht,
Consul-General to His Majesty of the Ha
waiian Islands, ami Municipal Councillor
at Brussels, in Honor of His Majesty King
Wednesday, July 27th, in the forenoon
the King and uite paid a visit to the Muse
um of paintings and to the Panorama of
Cairo, In a large circular tent. This was
found to be very natural and life-like by
IIU Majesty, who, it will be remembered,
had ueen the original only a short timeao.
At noon the King with his attendants and
the Consul-General took a drive to Water
loo to view this memorable field of battle.
Returning at 5, the King went to the even
ing garden concert and called on Madame de
Carmart d'Hamale at her residence. Dur
Ing the day some presents of Ilehjto ' "!r
porcelain and glass waren"i". I tt-c
, . trenn-n 0. tl "
ing the day some presents of Relvj.
"tlrtinir . .
JBtusn"...r'T"e ""iTxTTtived at the hotel lor
Y?4rr""tl ?llf'rht French and f5nani-,h Ain-
assadors and several members of the con
sular corps called and left their cards.
Thursday, July 2Sth, the King and suite
paid a visit to the Hotel de Vihe, the court
house or city hall of the Belgian capital,
where he was received by M. Ruls, the
Bourgmtstre, or Maj-or, of Brussels, with
whom lie conversed In English w hile being
conducted over the building. His Majesty
repeatedly expressed lib admiration for
this fine edifice and for the masterpieces
which it contain-i. In passing through the
grand Gothic Hall, the King expressed a
desire to witness the ceremony of two civil
weddings which were just taking place be
fore M. Becquot, the Municipal .Sheriif for
civil state, the French formula being tr-in- i
lated for the King by M. Sassen. After the
ceremony His Majesty sent two of his sr
traits to the Mayor as presents for the two
young couples, In memory of his pn-em-e
at their weddings. Before leaving the build
ing he wrote his name in the book for dis
tinguished visitors. At3r. M. King Ia
jold II, of Belgium, In the full uniform of
the Commander-in-Chief of the Belgian
Army, arrived at the Hotel Belle-Vue to pay
a visit to King Kalakaua; he was a.-eompa- .
nied by his Aide-de-Camp, General de Vil- i
!iew. His Majesty received in Koyai V,H-
ltor at the entrance to the Inner corridor j
and conducted him to the reception room, t
AffnlialPetincrKimr Leopold ex- !
4 v p. c
presserl his regrets that he hail l-een unable.
to call before, having been detained by the j
National fetes at Liege. Theconver-ation, .
which took place In Engli-di, which the j
Belgian Sovereign peaks excellently well, j
then principally turned on geographical i
subjects, in which, It is wellknown. King j
IeopoM takes a great interest. After an
interview of exactly 13 minutes h-atook hi- ,
leave and a quarter of an hour later two '
Royal gala carriages arrived to take King
Kalakaua and suite to the Palace on the re-
turn visit to King Leopold. (Jeneral Ni- :
caise was selected to conduct His Maje-ty :
to the court. At 11 r. M. the Royal party j
left Brussels on the night train lor Berlin, j
by way of Cologne. The ConsuMJeneral
Count de Carmart and the Consul for Vein- j
zuela accompanied His Majesty as far as ;
Alx-la-Chapelle and then returned.
Vri.inxr iiiiv JMtn. ai nau-pasi in io
I 111 LIH- i
morning, the King arrived at 1 oiognc,
Li.rA liy was received at the station by Mr.
Hackfeld, of Bremen, Hawaiian Consul for , proache.1, the troops presenttsi arms witli
Germany, Judge Widemann, of Honolulu, j the band p aying and the drums beating,
arid Mr. Banning, former Consul for the ' After His Majesty had inspec t. 1 the ranks,
Netherlands, at Honolulu. After a break- ! a i.ianceuvre took p ace 111 .the shape of a
fist at the Hotel du Nord, His Majestv and , sham light and attack, ending with a gen
aUenJantVpaiil a visit to he Cathedral, the ! eral advance in line tambour battar.t A
?. S iitw In the world, and after pur- i full description of this interesting military
"ur.V-Irwniiln Kan de Colotme at
Johann Maria Farina's, left by the h::io
train for Berlin. At S:10 P. this day.
King Kalakaua arrived at the Capital of
tbe German Empire. .
17. London, Augu.-t 3d, IsSI.
l"H"(iK.i.i-THK KING IN
During hi- ix day-. -tay in Berlin King
Ka.'akaua has lurii Ijonied over the (Jer
rn hi i apit.il. IJefor hi hotel, and at all
l-int viite.l by him, large crowds have
continually u iiibled to eo and greet the
foreign .-overeign ; great military sjtecta
rit -. bav been arrange! for him, and inter
view s have taken p:ao- with all the lioj-al
!'riin-.- now p neii t at Berlin. I'nfortu
nateiy, liowevcr, lotli the Kniperor
Withe! in and the Crown I'rineeand Prince
eiiry were ab-.-nt. tlie former at Oastein,
an I t'b.- latter in Kngland ; but probably a
lueeting with tbein will be arranged later.
Friday, July iMli. at S:lo in the'-venlng,
the ICoyal party arrived at Berlin, from
l',ru e!. by way of Cologne. A the King's
coining had not been ofhVially announced,
there wa-. no putdie reception, and the
p.-irtv drove rpiietlv to the Hotel de Home,
where the. same line suite of apartments
had been prei.areil f.,r His Maje.-ty which
the Morocco Fmba-y occupied some years
a l" .
Saturday, July .':. All morning the
King remained in his rooms writing letters.
Meanw hile, his arrival hail been notified to
the Court officials, and at noon General von
Berken, the military Commandant of the
city, called on His Majestv. At the same
time a double guard of honor of the ".'nd
Guard Regiment were jKited at the main
entrance of the hotel, remaining during
the entire stay. lioyal carriages were also
placed at the King's di-iosal, but he pre
ferred to retain a private coach with a w lute
team. At 1 o'clock the General conducted
the King and his itttendants to the Royal
ca-tle, where the King enjoyed for the first
time the novel sight of Pru.-ian military
evolutions, as the relief of the Royal castle
Guard was just taking place as he arrived.
His Majesty was then conducted through
all the prominent parts and apartments of
this great edifice, by the lioyal Castellan,
Count Perponcher, and then drove to the
National Gallery, which contains the finest
collection of paintings in Germany, anil
thence to the Museum. Here lie was re
ceived by the eminent Professor, Hastian,
who visited Honolulu two years ago. Tlie
King remained several hours examining
all the collections, and especially taking
great interest in the ethnological depart
ment, probably the finest In Europe, where
Prof. Banian showcnl him the Hawaiian
collection, which is very rich and compre
hensive. After returning to the hotel at
"::;o P.M., the King received a visit from the
Prince Komuald de Giedroye, Chamberlain
to the Russian Emjieror, and Grand Officer
of the orde r of Kalakaua. Having taken
dinner, the Royal party took a drive
through the Tfiiergartcn, the city park,
wnereine mug particularly admired the
great triumphal column and the statues of
(Jiiccn Louise and of Goethe, leaving his
carriage to examine them. At 7 lie arrived
at the zoological gardens, where he met
Prince Frederick of Hohenzollern. As this
was a concert evening, many people were
Iresent, and as soon as the news of the
ving's arrival spread, he was suriounded
by dense crowds. The evening was finished
at K roll's establishment, where the King
first heard Lortzing'sopera'The Armorer."
and then listened to the concert in the
illuminate.! gardens. He also saw. there
a celebrated automaton, called King-Fu,
which replies to all questions. On the
King's placing a paper, on which he had
written, "On what day do we leave Berlin?"
in the left hand of the figure, the latter
wrote at once Willi Ins richt hand. " In four
nays.- i lie party returned to the hotel
past 1 1 o'clock. During the day the follow
ing persons calks! : Herr von Kusserow.
of the Foreign Office, who negotiated the
iterman-iiawaiian treaty with Mr. Carter,
in 1S71 Captain von Kake, Chief of the
political oliee. Prince Giedroye, Professor
Bastian, Professor Lens i us, the eminent
i.gyptoiogi.st, ir. lobbcrt. Director of the
lioyal Museum, and Major von Viebahn,
nie ue c amp or tlie f iovenior.
Sunday, July .list, at 10 A. M. the Kimr
left the hotel with hissiiiteand took a drive
through the principal streets and parks.
He then visited the Hohenzollern Museum
ami was much interested in this fine histor
ical collection of the Prussian Royal familv.
After lunch the King and suite set out for
Pot-slam to meet the Princes. When his
carriage passed the Brandenbunr irate, the
guards rushed out. drew up in line and pre
sented arms, with drums beating. At the
station where His Maie."tv occupied the
Koyal waiting room, a larcre crowd had as
sembled to greet him. The King wore a
lark suit with the ribbon and cro.ss of the
Kamehameha Order am! a grey high hat.
On arriving at Potsdam by the 1 p. m. train
several Royal carriages in waiting, took the
party to the castle, where the iving met
drive through the magnificent Kin
gardens of Potsdam an ' ., took a
-l tee ted the iiumiaimn. Sept. 5. I9iarks and
I tet u ruhikirie. " boot" f ?d f
ssans Souci and in
ttM.i"iiriut.23pki!TgY0u's castles and palaces.
i n 'r' ,:
r ;:"'K ,! 1
-"kI'' Berlin at ft o'clock, the King
linner at the hotel ami tlien went to
rederick-William Citj' theater, where
the pretty operetta "t Jeuerniaus '
by Strauss, which so pleased him that he af
terwards visited the stage and green rooms
to thank the director and the performers.
Another pleasant hour was then spent In
the Winter garden of the Central Hotel, in
listening to the peculiar melodies of the
Hungarian Gypsies band.
Monday, August 1st. At S A. M. Captain
von Rosenburir of the Kaiser Franz Guards
L Regiment, who has been apiointed by the
War Department to attend on the Jving
during all military exercises, called at the
hotel, and accompanied by him and Col.
Judd, His Majesty drove to the artillery
shooting field at Tegel, where a grand ma
neuvre am! sham fight by the I'nd Guards
Field Artillery Regiment had been esjeci
ally ordered for him. I am in iossession
of full descriptions with all the details of thU
as well a of the subsequent military sjec-taeh-s,
but the limited time before
the dose of the mail compels me to iost
pne them for another letter. It suffices to
fay that the 32 six-horse guns of the regi
ment (S batteries of 4 guns each) executed
its evolutions and fired continuous rounds
of together over "k shots with shells at
targets representing imaginary enemi.s
with a preei.sion and an exactitude, which
filled I lis Majcstj- with the greatest admir
ation. After the maneuvre the King sat
i-riuee iiuaui, me eniesi son oi ineLro,w Royal party drove to
lnnee, ami iTince diaries, tne i.nierl was i pi-j,Vat which is a
uroiuer. ,uer a long interview tn?n I 0"" great battle before
aim me i rinees, wun ineir suites!','-"...: i or u1Ii!; or..i Vr0n).
e maneuvre the King sat , ii,e Hotel ImiKrial, where a suit of apart
;onc?r to dejeuner in the nieIlte i,a,i i,oen prepared for the King. I
down with some
pavilion of the officer's Casino, while the
t minister Land of the regiment lurnisiied
table music. Returning to town iat lo clck
ine 1403-.11 jiariy men uroc 10 mc- i iiia
Hall and the Armarium, where the Iving
remained over one hour while In.-iertor
I-entz shower I and explained all the wonders
of this aquatic establishment. After tak-
inir a run of tea at HiUer's celebrated res-
taurant lnder rlen Linden.'' His Majesty
vi-ited the Industrial Exhibition at the Red
Ca-tle and then, inspected the Villi limes-
halle, or Hall of Glory," in the former Ar-
f. nrrd, which contains one of the llr-t col- J
lections of arms, armor and artillery of all '
times and nations in Hurope. At -i:Mt i ,
M. the King and suite again travelled to 1
Potsdam, and after taking another drive iu j
a Roval carriage through the parks, at '.:.,o ;
attended a state dinner at the Schloss, fori
which Prince William had sent a teU grapie
invitation the previous evening. At M 1
o'clock His Majestv returned to his hotel in j
I.OXDON, ArriUSTSth, 1 V1. j
THE KINri IX BERLIN. TRIP
AKKIVAI. AT VIENNA.
sday, August 2nd. At Id A.M. tne
aeconinained bv Mr. Armstrong,
Colonel Judd and Captain von Rosenberg,
as lijerpreter, arrives! in his private car-
riage at the Temple parade grounds, where
helound the 2nd battalion ot the 2d truants
r . . . , . . T . a
j.eguneuif uooer 111111..:'. .uin uji-.n.
drawn up in line awaiting him. As he an-
sH-ctacie l must noid over ior my iiexi lei-
ter. The battalion tlien marcned past me
preyed lifs thanks to the generals and other
oHlcera present, His Majesty left the field i
! at II ociocK. Keturalng to lkrlin the
I Royal party drove at once to the Central
mjuuu 01 mi- riru wimnmc-nt, woere he
was receive-! by d'en. von licrken, the Gov
ernor of Berlin, an.l by Chief of Police von
Hem. After havini; insjxcteil all the de
tails of the establishment, under the gui
dance of Fire director White, a general
alarm was sent out to the five chief feta
tion.. In a .-hort time .some 'li difT.rrnr
vehicles, inclu-liu steam lire engines, hook
and ladder waoiis, hose carts etc, had ar
rived with full equipment, whereuion a
niaua-vre, a- if a great fire took j.Iace in
the court of the building, all signal. being
given by horn calls. , crowd numbering
by thousands had meanwhile assembled,
large numbers of pol icemen were bu-y keep
ing onler, and altogether the King enjoyed
an interesting and to him novel sight. At
the elo-e a inarch past in quick step by all
the engine, and theircrews took place before
the King in the Linden Strase. At 4:30 p.m.
j V- - 5 ,, , ra" to 1 tsdam to
; , "e w,t'' l'f '"ee Cliarle-. On this occasion
I1v;"re Ior. , ,rt l"le J" -?w general's
unirorm, wim-h Is very similar to that of a
Prussian guard, and a Prussian helmet w ith
unite ana re.i leathers. lie was decorated
with the broad ribbon ami cross of the Red
Eagle onler of Prussia. Mr. Armstrong not
In-uig quite well, His Maje.-ty was only
accompanied by Col. Judd, who wore a
court-chamberlain's uniform with heavy
gold embroidery, an.l by Count Perponcher,
the Emperor's court marshal. On arriving
at Potsdam the party were taken in a Roval
carriage to Schloss Glienicke, the Prince's
residence. At the "dinner there were also
present the Prince ami Princess William,
Prince Frederick Charles, the " Red Prince"
and celebrated cavalry leader.and the Prince
and Princess of Meiningen, the Crown
Prince's son-in-law and daughter. At 7:30
the King returned to town, and at 10 o'clock
ne leu oy tne ienrter 1 tail road for Essen to
visit the cannon and machine foundries of
llerr Krupp, probably the greatest iron and
.steel establishment in the world.- He was
accompanied by Col. Judd and Baron von
Friesen. who w as the King's guest at Hono
lulu last year.
Wednesday, August 3rd. The express
train with the Royal party arrived at Alten
Essen at a. m. and notwithstanding the
early hour a large crowd had assembled at
the station to greet the King. As Herr
Krupp was indisposed. Director Jencka
received His Majesty, and at once took him
with his attendants in carriages to the steel
foundry, where breakfast was served at 7
o'clock. At 10:30 the King? inspected
all parts of the establishment, lie was par
ticularly interested in the cannon foundries
and asked to have their dillerent construc
tion explained to their smaller details.
When in the steel foundry, a gigantic
block of cast steel was placed under tlie
steam-hammer, which though of enormous
bize and strength is operated by a single
man, and then before the eyes of the King
this block was worked into a cannon tube.
At 11 a dejeuner tUnatoire took place, at
which the Director General of Saxon Rail
roads, von Tschirochky, and the Marquis de
Nouillac, were also present, after w hich the
fire department of the establishment exe
cuted some manoeuvres before the King.
At 1:40 p.m. the Royal party left, returning
to Berlin at 10:15 in the evening.
Thursday, Aug. 4th. At 10 a. m. the
vine, wiiii ins suite ami captain von
Rosenberg arrived again at the cavalry
parade grounds at Tern pel hof, where the
oth squadron of the 1st Guard Dragoons
Regiment, under the command of Captain
von Blumenthal, executed some evolutions
in trotting and galop before the King and
then went through a sham fight ending
with a brilliant cavalry attack. In another
letter I shall give lull descriptions of this,
as well as of the other two military specta
cles in the three different branches of the
Prussian army, before the King. After the
final march past, the Royal party drove to
the barracks of the Kaiser Franz Guards'
Regiment, No. 2, where the King was
received by the entire cilice rs' corps of this
regiment at the grand entrance.
As the carriage entered the court, the
guards presented arms and the Imperial
German tlag was hoisted over the building
AH the officers were in full uniform with,
the helmet. Under the Colonel's guidance
His Majesty inspected all parts of the build
in paying particular attention to the
arrangement of the men's quarters. Some
or the best men were detailed to perform
some gymnastic exercises, which .jwW,
niieresieu tne King, w-
invitation to lu
TToo then accepted an
li-ind oiiv.isit to .Iich with all the ollicers in
a visit toimr"- during which the regiment's
Dra"o- i 1- His Majesty then also paid
PioM J a the barracks of the 2nd Guards
w. FroSus on the opposite side of the
irned hieer strasse, where he was received
ith the same Honors. i l o ciock me
the Panorama of St.
circular view of this
Mefz, between the
guards on Aug. ISth,
1S70. The King remained there over half
an hour examining this great battle picture,
while Director Richery explained all the
details. The rest 'of the afternoon was
passed in preparations for the departure.
Shortly before o o'clock the Royal party
left the hotel and drove to the Anhalter
station. As the King does not travel
officially, none of the authorities were
present, only Captain von Rosenberg being
there to take leave. A large crowd had
however assembled to see the foreign
monarch oil and a large body ot police
were occupied in keeping them back. The
King, who wore a light grey overcoat and
a high grey hat, took a cup of cofTee in the
Imperial waiting room, and after shaking
hands with Captain von Rosenberg, entered
the sleeping car which the Austrian North
west R. R. Co. had placed at his disposal,
where he took a seat at an open window.
As the train drew off at o.l7 precisely, the
assembled people cheered loudly, waving
hats and handkerchiefs, while the Kin
TIIK KINO AT VIENNA.
Travelling by way of Dresden amlTeseben
the Royal party arrived at the Austrian
Capital at S.o3 a. M., on Friday, Aug. 5th.
At the station the King received a public
reception by Field-marshal-Lieuteiiant,
Baron von Tiller, a representative of the
Kmperor, and Captain von Czedik of the
lmjerial Navv, both of whom have-been
appointed to attend on His Majesty during
his stay at Vienna. The Hawaiian Consul,
Herr Sehoenberger and secretary were also
present. I he entire party then iirove io
inut to-dav confine mvself to Riving the
j ,iary 0f the King's visit to Vienna, full
j ,Jetals nf which will follow by the next
Friilay, Aug. 5th. Visit to the Imperial
Arsenal at 1 o'clock, thence to the Belve
dere picture gallery. At 5 return to Hotel
and after dinner to the Volksgarten."
concert by Strauss. At S to the Imperial
0era House to see the ballet.
Saturday August 0. At 7 A. M. to the pa
rade grounds; manoeuvres and sham tights
by one company of 52nd Infantry, one bat
tery of 11th Artillery and one squadron of
2nd Chlan Cavalry Regiments. At 11 a r ail
011 the Archduke Albrecht at his palace; at
12 return visit from the Archduke in full
Field Marshal's uniform. Viit to the Hof
burg, the Fmperor's castle, returning to the
I Hotel at 1 o'clock.-Call by the Japanese
Ambassador, Ida lndurn. At ):..' iiimifi
with Mr. Phelps, the American Ambassa
dor at Vienna. At u to the lmierial Opera
House to see Mozart's "Figaro's Wedding.''
Sunday, Aug. 7. To the Weilburg at
Baden, near Vienna, lo dine with the Arch
Monday, Aug. s. Departure for Paris.
An interview with the Kmperor Francis
i j0j.hI,i, eoll,i not be arranged, as he is him
, ,,.ii;,.,r Pmm Pu n tn Lisbon mid
Ar-.j-i'i an.i baci- to Paris, thence to Lon-
, (on am, Kdinburg. To sai
iil from Liverpool
for New York on September 13th.
From other sources we learn that the
Royal party left Vienna for Paris at 7 v. m.,
being escorted to the railway station by
Baron von Tiller, Captain von Zediek and
Herr Schoenburger. The arrival at Paris
on the morning of the 10th was private.
rh- Hawaiian Consul
were awaiting the Iving
and Mr. Hankar
3 arrival, and had
I M l0Avl UUVI M. IVlIVil
secured apartments for His Majesty and
suite at the International Hotel." where
everything that could conduce to the com
fort of the Royal party was provided.
Here His Majesty experienced a disappoint
ment, no mail from Honolulu being to
hand. It was. however, expected that Mr.
George W. Macfarlane would join the
parti" tlie following day, and bring a
budget with him.
His Majesty had been very much struck
with what he had seen in Germany and
Austria. He and the German Princes
whom he met seem to have promptly be
come fast friends, and he was urged not to
come incognito when he next visited Ger
many. " Your Majesty puts us quite off
our feet," was the remark of Prince
Charles; ' we do not know what to do or
how to act. A rulimr monarch to
n ' ' w v
ceived incognito is not known to us. When
you come again you must corneas King
His Majesty expected that Mr. HofTnuug
would be in attendance upon him before he
left Paris, and that he would accompany
the Royal party during their visit to
By telegram we learn that the King had
visited Lisbon, and subsequently Madrid.
The King of Portugal and the King of
Spain had received him in a distinguished
manner, an.l his Majesty hail exchanged
decorations w ith each. The Royal party
hail returned to Paris. Their programme
remained unchanged. After a visit to Scot
land and a trip to Portsmouth, to see that
great naval arsenal, and dine with the
Prince of Wales, His Majesty will embark
in the Steamer " Celtic," on the 13th inst.,
and intends to reach home on 29th October,
by the Pacific Mail Company's steamer.
Additional Particulars of the King's Tour.
OIUOIXAn TELEGRAMS TO KINO KALA
KAUA IX BERLIN.
Herren Judd Kammerherr S. M. der Hon
ig Kalakaua, Berlin, HoteJ de Rome.
Kl. Glienicke, den 30 71 SSL
His Royal Highness Prince Charles will
be enchanted to see His Majesty to-morrow
at 3 o'clock p.m.
Col-XT Bruhl, Chamberlain.
Potsdam, 30 7 1SSL
'iwo carnage of If. R. H. the Prince
Charles, will await His Majesty at half-
past two at the station in Potsdam.
Count Bruhl, Chamberlain.
Hearing that His Majesty intends a drive
through the royal gardens before paying
ins visit io iiiienicke and will arrive at
Potsdam at half-past one, the Prince Charles
offers Ins carriages for that time. Please to
answer If arrangement will suite you.
Count Bruhl, Chamberlain.
Whilst the King was at the Hotel de
Rome in Berlin, he received on one oc
casion, a bouquet and a lady's card, and
observing the name of Berger, His Majesty
being informed that this was the mother of
Professor Berger of Honolulu, with prompt
courtesy sought an interview, and met
Ma.lame Berger, and her daughter. The
old lady expressed, a strong desire to visit
Honolulu; but on being informed by His
Majisty, that she would miss the delightful
Sum'ay concerts to which she was accus
tome'J in Berlin, she began to have doubts
about the desirability of Honolulu as a res
idence The King in London.
Ab Kin? Kalakaua has been photographed at
IrnRf. nncl fiinrp. JLvs -.-.. I ! t . - . .
JDTAr Islands. JlSentment will therefore be in every
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reasonnuiu oujcl-iiuu iu uceirriuiug uis pereoniu
appearance aa that of a well-grown, broad ehoud
crcd man of the warm olive hue of the Hawaiian
race. His features express extreme good humour
and lonhommie, aod a soft rich musical voice al
most veils the slight, very slight, Bostonian accent.
The King was educated at a college at Honolulu,
where they appear to teach English remarkably
well. It is needless perhaps to explain that be
is a thoroughbred Hawaiian, and not a half bred
like the interesting Queen Emma, concerning
whom the Queen made many inquiries nt the re
ception at Windsor on Monday last, when King
Kalakaua was charmed by the cordiality or the
English Royal family. As a matter of course he
wears, when he receives visitors, the ordinary
costume of a private gentleman, with the usual
complement of rings, and the gold bracelet, orig
inally brought into fashion by Prince Achille
Murat. A very few minute) conversation con
vinces the visitor that King Kalakaua is an exten
sive reader. It is, in fact, his wide reading
which impelled him to see the world of which he
had read so many descriptions. The cricket at
Lord's astonished him not at all, for as he will
quietly say, in his musical tones, " We have sev
eral clubs in Honolulu, and I know of others in
India." He is very fully informed as to the 6cope
and bearing oi our volunteer organization, and
and greatly impressed by the display at Windsor.
His Majesty is also charmed by the man
ner in which he has been received in this
country, at the Review and again at Windsor
Castle by the Queen, by the visits of the Prince
of Wales and by the kindly attention shown to
him by Mr. Gladstone, Lord Granville and other
Ministers of State, Members of Parliament and
distinguished Englishmen of all kinds. He was
especially gratified at Lady Spencer's reception
at South Kensington, where he headed the pro
cession with the charming hostess. At the con
clusion of bis visit His Hawaiian Majesty will
take his departure for France, Belgium, Germany
and Portugal. London Daily Nctrs.
King Kalakaua and the Chinese.
From Japan the King went to Shanghai, when
the Mandarins met him with every demonstration
of cordiality, and thence to Tientsin, where his
arrival was awaited by Li-hung-Chang, the gen
eralissimo of the Chinese armies, and at this mo
ment the most important living member of the
Celestial Empire. At a dinner at Li-hung-Chapg's
the host caused a toast to be read proposing King
Knhkima's health, and thanking him in the name
of the Kmperor of China for the kind and just
treatment that his subjects had received from the
Considerable importance is attached to this
toast of Li-hung-Chang's by the Hawaiian King,
for it is to the fair treatment they, have received
in his .dominions that the great immigration of
Chinamen is due.
King Kalakaua, who converses freely on this
and other matters affecting his Kingdom, is not
inclined to take a gloomy view of the situation.
The reciprocity treaty which enables Hawaii to
find an American market for her large make of
sugar has greatly enriched his country, the reve
nue of which has enormously increased during
his reign. Hence he is hopeful that the great re
wards held out to the emigrant will secure in
time a population other than Chinese. Help in
this way is espected from a long unlooked-for
source. Times are not good in the Azores, and
it is not improbable that a large emigration will
take place to the archipelago on the other side of
the globe. Doubtless Li-hung-Chung is perfect
ly aware that coolies from his own country are
as little liked in Hawaii as elsewhere; but he
nevertheless could not refrain Irom testifying to
the lair treatment they had received from the
authorities. Accordingly King Kalakaua parted
from him on very friendly terms. London Daily
The King and the Pope.
Pompeii and Rome were visited in turn, and
the King had a special audience of the Pope,
who was possibly not aware that he was re
ceiving a Freemason of the highest grade (33,
an enthusiast' in the craft whereof there is no
I lack of lodges in Honolulu, who had delivered a
lecture on Freemasonry during his stay in Cairo.
London Daily Xeics.
European Notes and Items.
IFroni Our CiTeionJuU- Lt-ttt-r, July JutU.l
The Ikiilg Telegraph has received the
following-wonderful news from its New
ork correspondent :--"R is reported here
that the object of King Kalakaua s visit to
Europe, is to dispose of his Kinc-dom iu
some European power. While the United '
Mates do not desire anv annexation them- j
selves, they would reganl the acquisition of !
the? islands by any other Government as ;
an act of hostility, to American inteicts. j
The AY. York- Time savs. that foreign gov- ,
ernments should be notified that any at- I
tempt on their mrt to acquire xsscssion of J
these islands, by purchase or otherwise, j
would be regards! as an unfriendly act bv j
the United States." The Time l orrespoii- i
dent at Berlui also sends a piece of new s tor I
Hawaiians : Kiinr Kalakaua is expected j
here next week. You need not therefore
be surprised to hear that His Majestv has
come to make overtures for his a.liiiitfnuee !
into the Austro-German alliance with the ;
view on one hand of frustrating the com- I
mercial encroachments of England and on I
the other of counteracting the opium trade '
of the East."(? !) A telegram to the Stand
ardj dated. Lisbon, Puh inst., states, that ;
"King Kalakaua iseeeted Here shortly,
w ho entertains sanguine hoies of inducing I
Portuguese emigrants to settle in Hawaii, j
It seems "that several "Portuguese families i
are alread3 established there ami .according i
to ii'ortuguese journal, the King calculates
on augmenting this colony by the introduc
tion of a thousand new Portuguese emi
grants." The following item has made the
round of European patters : " Warning
against Emigrants to Honolulu. A Swede,
named C. Clausen, who has recently re
turned from Honolulu to San Francisco,
reports, that several hundreds of Scandina
vian laborers, who have been engaged by
a certain Captain Lo range for the Sand
wich Islands, are there being treated like
slaves. They were apportioned to the
planteis ju an arbitrary manner, and al
though the latter do not at all strictly follow
the contract conditions, they demand the
fulfillment of every letter of the contract
bn the part of the emigrants. It has there
fore been decided to send warnings to Nor
way and Sweden against the machinations
of the Hawaiian agents." The following
despatch dated San Francisco, July Kith,
will probably startle Honolulu readers:
" Advices from Honolulu report that a lava
stream from Maunaloa appears likely to
destroy a portion of the harbor." This
would be a long lava stream, and although"
it is evident that the words ' of Hilo"
have dropped out at the end, all the papers
here, have published the news as above.
At the Foreign Office, June 24th, the Queen
has appointed Chas. Edw. Goodman to be
Her Majesty's Consul for the Hervey Is
lands, and to reside at Rarotonga.
Address of the Catholics of Honolulu
To THE RlOHT IlKVKHKSD 11 Kit MAW,
Lop.I) IhsHOP OF t).B4.
My Lai d :
With swelling hearts, the flock over whom
Your Loiilshii) has hern called to exercise" spir
itual jurisdiction, hasten to welcome you back
to the scene of your past labors, aud to an en
larged field of future profitable exertions in the
Divine Government of the world.
They are huniblv grateful for the blessings
which for many years past they have experi
enced, with scarce n cloud to darken the serene
sky of their happiness, under the gHiilmice of
the venerable and holy man to whose assistance
in weakness and failing health, amid arduous
and responsible duties, it has pleased Divine
Providence to summon von: and thev confi
dently look forward for others yet to come
through your instrumentality. Thev pvnwt
much in the future from the experience" of those
Christian virtues, which for the past twvntv-five
years have so endeared von to all dwellers in
Hawaii nei, but especially to vour own spiritual
flock, to whom you are most intiinatelv known
They expect as much from vour firmness and
decision of character in the exalted station to
which you are called, as they have hitherto ex
perienced from the kindness of heart which h-
signalized your labors in the holv raur-"' '
Priesthood. Thev have .up ttu dfscus-
fTi, -wTf!--' rJlf".' Tr.t-t" uiaV under
onward to a better woild will contiuue steady
The commencement of the sacerdotal labors
here of him to whose aid you come, was marked
by pains, penalties and banishment for himself
and other members of the Priesthood: by per
secution and proscription of their religion for
their flocks. These persecutions were borne by
the suffering victims with Christian resignation
and fortitude, under the precept and example of
that noble and pure minded gentleman, but
were happily at an end before your Lordship
was called as a laborer to this part of your
Your Lordship, it is hoped, will never be
called upon to bear up under acts of tyranny
and oppression, but at all times to take a com
manding stand in directing affairs, and organ
izing the forces of Holy Mother Church in her
perpetual warfare with sin and evil.
The Catholics of this diocese pray their
Heavenly Father for a long, useful, and happy
life in -His service for your Lordship. They
also beg of you, in conjunction with that man
of God with whom you are associated, your
VLL. SOCIETIES. LODCiESOR PERSONS
on this or tbe other IiJftndi, wishing to join in arreting
rchea, or in decorating the ronte from the landing to the
PaUce, on the ocoiIod of Hit Majesty's Keceplion, are re
quested lo aiMrt-94
H. A. P. CARTF.lt.
Chairman of Committee on Iteoorations.
All SocietieH, Lodges, or associations of persons wishing to
join in the procession of welcome will lea9e address
CAPT. A. N. TRIPP, or
HON. J. U. KAWAINLl,
aug2T,Si C.rand Marshals.
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Cases Salmon, 1 and 2 lt. tins:
Cases Oysters, 1 ami 2 H. tm.
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cases Martell'1 Brandy,
Cases Bontelleaa 4-diaruur.d Brandy,
Casks B intelleau .! flennessy Brandy,
l'as-s Cutler No. 1 and O K Vt hi?l:y,
Caws O F C K F Whisky,
Caws Dull Unrdun S-herry,
Cases Best Kngliih Port Wine,
Cae Bet California Port Wir.e,
Canes Claret, hest brands;
('uses Old Maderia and other Wit.tx,
Canes Best Knglish Ale. qts and pis;
Cases Best Knglinli Porter, tils and pis;
Cases St. Iiuis Beer, qu and ds;
Cases liora Iteer, t(ts and j.ts.
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T3 I . A O 1ST
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AND OF TIIK
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My Prices for perfectly FRESH, 1VEW FABRICS are positively lower thin are clargeJ Ly oltur
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TRIMMINGS, CLOTHING & CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
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fit n v v 12-0
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
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Complete locU in the
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2. Black and Fancy Silks and Vclret?.
3. Qaesiruerea and Crepes.
4 Damask Table Linen and Napkius.
5 Embroideries and Iosertions.
C. pans and Fan-Holders.
7. Cent'8 an'l LaJies' Bathing Sails.
8. Ha,"iercJiers '" Lineu aul Cotton.
9. Irish Trimmings.
10. Jewelry a Full Assortment.
11. K'! Gloves- all Colors and Sizes.
12. Laces of all kinds.
1: Vler'n"8 n a' Colors.
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104 FORT STRKET.
1 II 13
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
Hli KING STRKET
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- Concord and Mule Harness
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Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
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OBOCKRIK8 AND CANNED GOODS,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipe Yankee Notions
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3. 32. AM) 31 FRONT STRKET,
my 16 80 ljr
AT LOW RATES
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following Icii:iituieiifM t
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15 Ol,f'n- worked 1'reis Goods and Lawns.
10. parasols for Ladies and Children.
17- Quills and Bedspreads, 10, 11 and 12 quarters
18. Ribbons Silk, Satin and Brocaded.
l'J. S0J. Corset CoTers.
1 20. Xr,lnni'B29 al1 Tassels.
; 21. Underwear both Ladies and Gent'i.
' 22. Vd'et RibboDS.
; 23. W'wl and Worsted Jackets an 1 Shawls
; 21. Xa Gent's. Ladies and Children's Hote
j i 25. Yoru 'n colora. .
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12 Weil-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
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