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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. JUNE 10, 1882.
-BY IE. I. JDaiS.
GASOLINE HACllIflES,
EMPIRE 8ALOON.
ON SATUEDAY, JUNE 17th,
At 13 o clock oooo, at Salesroom, immediately after
"e sale of tbe Booth premise, will be tout.
X Gasoline IVZacliixic,
locladlnf an eooaectloa Piping uri
Two Large Chandeliers,
la the Empire Ealooo,
S. P. ADAMS, Aactiooeer.
AX
Kulaokahua Plains
SATURDAY, JUNE 17,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom, I will offer
I Public a action.
'Iir B , . 1 Si f k"ft S fa -s. 1.
IHO .LUIS, 1UUAOUU UUt'U
Xaakertd LOT 3d i Geeraacat 21 p af
KilaikaUia Plain.
TBB LOTS ARE OS
Mauaa of lot of W. C. Wilder. Esq ,
Taey command cbarmiaf view In a health locality, and
food neighborhood.
joJ K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
alia a"ble
.Real ISs'i&ie,
AT AUCTION.
I am Iatrirtr4 I alTer At Paklle littles
MBM. JUNE 17. 1882,
At 12 o'clock booo, at my Balea Room,
OH
Kulaolxalxua. Plains:,
Situate at the corner of Kief, Eaeaumoka and Young
Streets, adjoining the Premiaea of Qeo. Beckley. .., and
Bantered respectively 10OV 191, 19S.S01. 20f,
1 03, each kit being 100 feet front, ISO fret aepth.
Fenced and Water Laid On.
ALSO
FOUR LOTS
ON THE SOUTHERN MAKA1
Comer Piikoi & Beretania sts,
Banning throngs to Toong street-
ALSO
Four Lots Adjoining the Above,
i
i
Fenced in a Substantial Manner.
ALSO
FOUR LOTS
UN Tilt: WESTERN MAKA1
Comer Beretania & Piikoi sts.,
Ranaiog throng h Young aireet.
These LOTS are Well Covered
WITH
Beautiful Ornamental Shads Tress,
And face on the alreel In a moat desirable poaition of
the Plain, and afford
A Ilai'c Opportunity
for those in aearch of a
FINE HOiYlESTEAD!
.... ALSO ....
THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
UN THE SOUTH
Corner Bsrstania k Panchfcavl sts,4
ALSO
SIX PIKE LOTS I
EACH 100X800 FEET.
rronUsgon Bingbam aireet, adjoining the property of
Dr. J. M. Whitney.
Also- OIME JLiOT,
OX TBE
Corner Bingham & Mstcalf streets,
Maake of the Artesian Ioe Work.
This Desirable LOT
IS
BOUT aOOacOOO,
and
Has Upon it a Good Cottage,
O0?. NIARLY NKWj
Wood Shed, Carriage House,
AO la good condition. Also,
mouse ItLiofs.
100x150 Feet Commencing: from
the corner of Uetcalf street and
running Weit on Beretania
street.
fy This Property is acknowledged to be espe
cially desirable for House Lots, Artesian Water
can be supplied in sufficient quantities for all do
mestic and irrigation purposes. The soil is rich
and derp. and the slope of the land is sufficient to
insure PERFECT DRAINAGE.
Plans can be seen at the Office of the
Auctioneer
XT 'nrther particular In Fata re Adrertlacmenta.
jo3 3t E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Special Credit Sale
FRIDAY, JUNE 16,
At 10 A.M.. at Barroom,
I WILL OFFER AT AUCTION
(On a CreJit to the Trade for amonnt over C200)
A Iland.-jomo Selection
or
Jut Reccifv. 1. rrlreli, and of Style and
quality rvt - S d at Auction, inch u
Prints, CrocktL jSheeting,
oaauierj, ujoid.', iweeus,
Woolen & Cotton Shirts, Ticking,
Card Matches, Soap,
Liverpool Butter Salt,
Hardware, Galvanized Buckets,
Denims, fchirtmg,
White and Brown Cottons,
Rugs, Shawls, Blankets, &c.
ALSO
.A. Oomplete Invoice
Rubber Goods, -viz:
Goodear gyring-, CeotennUI Syringe,
Hoodear Nar.vof Buttles,
XO. IT LOXU C03IBS,
EXTRA DBESSIVG (031 US, assorted Mzrs ;
Common Combs. Rihttr Pen Holders,
UABHIAOE MATS, Door Mat.
Lr.STKE RrBBEB COATS, Rib.fr Cauda.
3-1 In. MBBF.K HOSE, best 3-pl);
CASES RUBBER KXEE BOOTS,
XT Xozxxaa eat SmIo. xx
JolO E. P. ADAU3, Auctioneer.
Valuable Property
In Manoa Valley.
I am Instructed by FRANK SILVA. Esq.,
to offer at Public Auction,
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 17th,
At It o'clock noon, at :eroom the following-
IN MANOA VALLEY, VIZ :
LOT INTO. 1-
That certain piece of land in Manoa, granted
to Charles Kauaina by Royal Patent No. 200,
and fully described therein, containing an
area of 112 3-4 acre.
lot zero.
That piece of land in Manoa, being a part of
Apana 1 and all of Apaua 2 of Royal Patent
No. 4520, and containing an area of about 35 H
acres, with all the Building and improvements
thereon.
LOT ISTO. 3-
That certain piece of Land in Manoa, granted
by Royal Patent No. 203 to Moo, and more par
ticularly describe u therein, containg 3 1-10
acre.
LOT ZLSTO 4-
That certain piece of Land in Manoa, granted
by Royal Petent No. 201 to Kapoahnalah&ina,
containing on area of 3 67-100 acres.
For farther particulars apply to
.T. M. DAVIDSON, Esq., Attorney,
or E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Jnne 9. 1882.
Valuable Real Estate
IN HONOLULU.
Estate of J. BOOTH, Deceased.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDKR OFSAL.K
iuned bv Hon. Lawrence McCallT. First Associate
Justice of Supreme Court, I am instructed to offer at
Pnblio Auction, at my baiexroom, on
SATURDAY, June 17, 1882,
At 18 O'clock N'.
That Valuable Piece or Parcel of Land, situated on tna
corner of Nuuanu and Hotel street, and axown aa
The International Hotel
PROPERTY,
With all the Buildings and Improvements thereupon.
Tha whnl. Tit will, be order of tbe Court, be first
ffered at the upset price of Forty Thousand Collars
$49,000).
Should there be no purchaser at this upet price, the
Let will then be subdivided and sold in
THREE PORTIONS,
In accordance with the Report and Survey of Curti J.
Lyons, now on file in tbe Conrt, which can be seen upon
application.
E. P. ADAMS,
AUCTIONEER.
uytet
Honolftls, Xaj 3. if
Zaaxid. in Manoa
On Saturday, . . June 17,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom , will be sold
THAT tEHHU PIECE OF U.tD
IN
IVI sx tx o sx n O a h u ,
Belonging to Mrs. Nawaa Joseph, an J described in Royal
Patent 2&9 a A pana 8.
EluaLoi me Kula ma Halelena
OR
J?Viii- Ki-ilo Ir,tclies
WITH KV1.V LAND,
A T II A L K LENA,
And containing aa area of 0-lC0ths of aa acre.
K. P. 11) ins, Inttloneer.
Je3 St
LAND FOR LALE
In Manoa Valley
178 1-2 Good Kula & Ealo Land.
AUo, in Manoa Talley,
House and T' Acre Iot,
4 Iron Tanks on the premise and 2 W ooden one.
Also, fjr sale,
200 HKAOofCATTLE
More or lr, running on the Oral ro-iilionrd Id1.
2 Open Wagons,
2 Carriage Horses.
2 Saddle Horses.
2 Mules.
3 pairs Working Oxen.
Apply on the premises to FRANK STLVA, or to
JOHN BEBKLLO,
alO 3t Corner Xanana and floicl street.
. S
lag- A very large assortment of fine white em
mbroideries at figures rAver offered before, at
CBS. J. FlSHlLs' FOPCLAS 8TOSC.
Neu? iVduertisraents.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST
STEAMER SUEZ
Wai be due at this por t
On the lXStli to IStli inst.
Will Have Immediate Dispatch tor th
Above Port
For freight or paasage can be secured at tbe Office of
julO WM. G. FRWIN St CO., Agent.
A. FEANK COOKE,
OFFICE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN STREZT3.
IIOXOL.LLU, II. I..
Tlie Folio wins: Packets
WAILEI.E,
WAlEIIf,
M A LOLO,
M AX A,
AVAIOL.I,
S V AIM ALU,
KALCM,
JL'LU,
K A MOI, OE.V. MtGKL.
FLAG :-Bed, with White BaU !
marll ly
TIME TABLE
STEAMER MKMB
KINO, master,
Steamer Likelite will lt-ave Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 . M., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Hay, Makena. Ma-
bukona. hawaibae, Lanpaboehoe and liilo.
Keturnin will touch at all tbe above port, arrlTing at
Honolulu each Sunday a. m.
No Credit for Passage Money.
We positively refuse to open accounts for Passages, and
we particularly rail the attention of the traveling public
to the necessity of having Bagaye and freight PLAINLY
MAEEKD: the Mearuer will not be reHpousible for any
unmarked Hncgige, or for Freight or Parcels, unless
RECEIPTED VOU.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
In all cases of Freight for parties not responsible or
nnknown, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
Packages of Liquors and Wines Must Be
Plainly Marked
For the party whom they are for, or plainly atated in tbe
Kecetpt to wbom they are conHigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
one month.
In no way liable for loss or accident to Live Stock.
tT Hack Drivers, Boys aud such like, will not be al
lowed on board the steamer on arrival, until after the
passengera have been landed.
y Wilder cfe Oo.
. LIKELIKE
rfHIK LIKELIKE WILL LEAVE HER
JL WHARF at v. m., and NO Freight will be received
after 3 p. m. Due notice is given of this rule, and it wil
nit be earned. (myl) WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
TUB SPLKNOID STKAMSHIP
CA IlC ILL, COMMANDER,
WILL LEAVE FOR THE C0L0.MES
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 11th.
Foi San Pi"ancisco.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ZEA LANDI A,
WEBBER, Commander.
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR A30UT JULY 3.
For Freight and Paasnge, apply lo
II. IIACRFELD A Co. Agents.
Goods for Shipment per Steamer caa now
beSlsred, Frrr f Cbargr, la ifae Fire-proof
Watrrbooae nmr ilie Sirnmcr Wharf, mar 4
For Europe via New York.
0 OR ABOUT JUXE 5tli.
Cunard laine,
ESTABLISHED 1840.
Two Sailings Every Week
FOR LIVERPOOL:
FROM SEW YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY,
FROM BOSTON EVERY SATURDAY.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
CABIN tSO and K0 GOLD
According to Accommodation.
RETURN TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TERMS.
STKERAOE f2 8 Cl'RRENCV
Good accommodations can always be secured on application
to
WILLI AM9. DIMON'D & CO.,
J AS. ALEXANDER, Ban Francisco,
M State Street, Boston,
VKRXON n. BROWN 4 CO..
4 Bowling Green, New York.
Notice to Ptener from Australia. New Zealand anil Tlono
loin Tbe Canard Line affbnla nrnre thm nsnal facilities to
through pa.terrr from Tran.-Paciflc Pirt. tbe frequency of
Its sailing pr'Cluling all p (Ssiliilny of delay in New York.
Jy Uuo.1 Arcuinni' da'ion. always reserved.
VKRNON II. BROWN k CO..
saari 4 Bowling Green. New York.
AN ACT
To Create an Additional Port of Entry
and Departure of Vessels from
Foreign Countries, in the Collection
District of Kawaihae, in the Island
of Hawaii.
Be it enacted by the King and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
in the Legislature of the Kingdom as
sembled :
Section 1. Mahukona, in the Island of
Hawaii, and Collection District of Kawai
hae, shall be and is hereby created an addi
tional Port of Entry and Departure of Ves
sels from Foreign Couniries.
Section 2. This Act shall take effect
and become law on the first day of July
next ensuing.
Approved this ninth day of May, a.d.
18S2. (Signed)
my27 3t KALAKAUA REX.
CP" Drink Palmer & Oo.'s Ginger Ale, only
75 cents per dozen, delivered to any part ol the
city. adv.
CTFICE BOARD OF HEALTH,
Jona 3,1382.
Dr. F. IL Et.r.RS has boen this day appointed Port
Phjaiclau for the Tort of Kahalui. Maui.
WALTER M. GIBSON,
jaia Preaident Board of Health
Holbebs of Bet! Licensee are hereby notified that
from and after thia date tbe Bar Booms or Saloons for
which aaid licensee are granted, must cot be opened be
fore 5 o'clock A. M. and must b. closed on Saturday
Ni i.'ku at 10 o'clock, and on ail other nights during the
wrtk at li o'clock, tnd no person will be allowed to re
main drinking on the said premises after the closing
bjura above named.
clilON K. EAAI, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, June 6th, 1882. julO 3t
It has pleased Hia M ajeaty the King ia Friry Count I J
to restore the following person to their Ciril Bight,
TU. :
J. Obxilaa, of Kealakomo, Puna, Hawaii.
P. II. Kitihiaju, of Eapaahn, ,.
J. K. Kaiu, of Lahaina, Maul.
Eciaxtc, of Molokai.
PaHurr, of Molokai.
Napcalxi. cf Molokai.
Iolanl Palace, May 27. 188i. .m3 3t.
Weibih many complaints have been made to thia
Department that various Public Roads in the aeveral
Island have been closed or obstructed by owner and
occupier of lands adjoining or contiguous to such road.
Therefore, all persona who have eauaed any such roada
to be cloaed are hereby notified to remove such obstruc-
tiona and open such road within one month from thia
date, otherwise prosecution will be instituted without
further notice.
SIMON K. EAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
Iuterior Office, June 2. ltett. jun3 3t.
Joax KicuiiLDSOx, Emu., baa thia day been appointed
Commissioner of Private Waja and Water Righto in the
District of Wailuku, Island of Maui, vice Jaa. W. Girvin
resigned.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Omce, May 27. IHS2. jun3 3t.
The following gentlemen have this day been appointed
Agents to grant Marriage Licensee, vis. :
Samcil Ekacla, for the District of Waimea, Kauai.
J. Kiu, for the District of Lihue, Kauai.
t SliluN K, KAAI,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ottce, May M.ltiSi. jun3 3t.
Mr. P. KawaiaO haa thia day been appointed Boad Sur
veyor for tbe District of Hana. Island of Maui.
SIMON K. KAAI.
Minister of the Interior.
Iuterior Office, J une 1, 1882. juu3 St.
Mb. S. W. Pa haa, thia day, been appointed an Agent to
take acknowledgements to Contracto for Labor in the Dis
trict of Ililo, Island of Hawaii, vice D. K. Pa, resigned.
S. tL &.AAI, Minister ol tne interior.
Interior Office, May ii, myJ7 3t
Da. O. Tbocssiad has, thia day, been appointed Port
Physician for the Port of Honolulu, vice Dr. F. B.
Hutchinson, resigned.
WALTER M. GIBSON,
Preaident or the Board of Health.
Office of the Board of Health, May 24, 1882. my27 3t
It ha pleased Hi Majesty the Kmz to appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen membera of tbe Board of Health
namely :
Hia Ex. Walim Mcbbat Gibson, President, vice HI
Ex. W. N. Armstrong, resigned.
Honorable A. 8. Cleohobs.
The Board now cansisto of the following members"
President, Hi Ex. Walter Murray Glbeon ; Hon. J. 8.
Walker, Hon. J. Moanauli. Hon. H. A. Widemann and
the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Iolani Palace, Honolulu, May 23, 1882. my27-t
Colo-bctob-Gkhmbal's Office,
Honolulu, May 25, 1382.
The following GOODS have been seized under tbe
Revenue Law and if not claimed within twenty days
will be held condemned, and SOLD by Public Auction :
BH iu diamond, 31. Honolulu T Pkga Earthen Stoves,
etSsUo Chung, Aug 18, 1830.
K.S.O. 65 pks Chinese Provision, ex 8 S Zealandia,
April 21, 1(W2.
Also, will be sold for duties and charge U not claimed
within twenty days :
Aug. Lorange, Honolulu 2 case Private Effects, ex
S S Zealandia, Feb 27, 1880.
MSG A Co and 11 in diamond 72 boxes Soap, ex City of
Nankin, Aug 26, 1880.
B. N. Wingate 1 package.
B in diamond, Honolulu 1 package.
n-m 1 Black Trunk
S A Co 1 package
Ira Bradshaw 1 package
Chas. Kempster 1 package
J. T. Cutting 2 packagea
W. V. Butterfleld 1 package
K. S. Bagg 2 package
HH dc Co, (5701 package
n-m 1 case Oil
Mrs. Win. Paty, Eohala 1 package
W. B. Winchall 1 package
Peter McKenzie, Hilea 1 package.
my27 3t W. F. ALLEN, Collector-General.
JUNE 11th, the Commemoration Day of Eamehameha
L falling on Sunday. Monday Jnne 12th, will be observed
a a Public Holiday, and all Government Office through
out the Kingdom will be cloaed on that day.
V. N. ABM8TBONG. Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 19, 1882. my20-4t
Salt of Lease of Government Land "
On WEDNESDAY. June 21, 1882, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hair, at 12 o'clock noon will be sold at Public
Auction, the Leaae of that tract or parcel of Government
Land
k:iown as kepuhi,
situated in Palolo Valley, Oaho, containing 11 If acre.
TERMS Lease 10 years, upset price $75 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
W. N. ARMSTRONG, Miniater of Interior.
Iuterior Department, Honolulu, 20th May, 1882. my20-5t
Licenses Expiring in June, 1882.
Rrtail-xOahai.
1 Thos Lack, Fort street, Honolulu
1 Ah Pau. Moanalua, "
3 Castle & Cooke, King street, "
0 Jos Manuel. Liliha street, "
11 J H Bruns, sr. Esplanade,
14 Black & Reynolds, Merchant street, "
16 Hart Broa. Queen street, "
21 Yon Hop, Uoiol street, '
22 G W Mac far lane Co. Queen street,
25 Antone Marshal. Beretania street, "
25 Fook Lee. Beretania street, "
28 Iau Kee, Nuuanu street, "
Retail Hawaii. ,
7 Awal. Halawa. N Eohala
20 Ahong, Kapaau. N Kohala
27 Kong Aning. Ookala. Hilo
27 Mra Lonlsa K Davles, Hamakua
30 Allen A- Starkpole, Kawaihae
Retail Maal.
3 Aboi & H Amee, Huelo, Hamakualoa
5 J Lima, Kiliula, Molokai
9 C Samlung & Co, Olowalu, Lahaina
14 Ah Tim & Abui, Wailuku
16 Mosaman & Anderson. Makawao
20 Abau, Olowalu. Lahaina
V IclMitlins.
1 J Nnpapa. Pukoo, Molokai
4 Iau Sam A Abui. I'ilhonua, Hilo, Hawaii
7 Ahou, Waihee, Maui
7 Loo Achu, Punaluu, Kau
13 Gee Chong, Heeia, Koolaupoko, Oahu
13 Narm Hing, Hotel street, Honolulu
18 Awana. Hilo, Hawaii
16 Hart Bros. Queen street, Honolulu
20 Akima. Wailuku. Maui
23 A C Conchee, Kspaa. Kauai
23 Awana, Wailnku, 3Jauai,
23 Koki. Waimea, Kauai
24 Hop Chong, Haiko, Maui
25 C Samlung A Co. Olowalu, Lahaln, Maul
Wholesale.
3 9 A Schaerer A Co, Merchant street, Honolulu
3 Castle & Cooke, King street, Honolulu
7 Thos Hobrou, Kahnlui. Maui
7 Claus Spreckels, Kat.ului, Maui
20 Jas W Girvin, Wai'.ukn. Maui
20 M S Grinbaum A Co, Queen street, Honolulu
20 Ed Hoffsrhlaeger A Co., Merchant and Fort sts, Hon
22 G W Macfarlaue A Co, Queen street, Honolulu
26 Lewers & Cooke, Fort street, Honolulu
Wholesale Spirit.
22 G W Macfarlane & Co, queen atreet, Honolalu
Retail Spirit.
4 E 9 Cunha, Tnlon Saloon, Honolulu
BillitraV
1 Joaquin Garcia, Wailuku. Maui
10 Tau Sen A Ahui, Piihonua, Hilo. Hawaii
16 Hart Bros, Queen street. Honolulu
Batcher.
1 Young Hee. Wailuku. Maui
10 J M Puaakuni. Makawao, Maui
23 J Heme, Lahaina, Maui
Park Baichrr.
1 Ah tng Ac Kau On, Kapaa, Kauai
27 Ahiua, North Kohala, Hawaii
Fire Arista.
7 John Kothwell, Kona, Oahu
Beat.
18 W W Dimond, Honolulu
Cake Peddllag.
3 Chun Hee, (Waikiki)
Aaetlea.
54 W F Msssman, Makawao, Maui
You can buy a most beautL. (. rw hat
for only $1, at Chas. J. Fish, the Hovlab
toxk. V , .m. theAvv
n.
BY AUTHORITY.
It has pleased Hi3 Majesty tbe King to
appoint tbe following gentlemen to be
members of his Cabinet :
Hon. Walter Murray Gibson, Premier
and Minister of Foreign Affairs, vice
His Exeelleucy AV. L- Green resigned.
Hon. Simon K. Kaai, Minister of tbe Iu
terior, vice His Excellency "NY. X. Arm
strong resigned.
Hon. J. E. Busb, Miuister ofFinauce,
vice His Excellency J. S. Walker resigned.
Edward Preston, Esq., Attorney-General,
vice His Excellency W. N. Armstrong re
signed. Iolani Palace, Honolulu. niy20 4t.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LAND.
On Wednesday, June 14th, 1832, at the the front en
trance of A'iiolani Hale, at 3 o'clock, noon, will be sold
at Public Auction, tha lease of all that tract of Govern
ment Land situate in the Distrist of Kwa, Island cf
Oahn, and
KNOWN AS WAIMANU.
TERMS Lease 10 years. Upset price, $100 per inona,
payable quarterly in advance.
W. N. ARMSTRONG. Minister of Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolalu. 11th May, 1882. myl3 St.
THE PACIFIC
Commercial titicrtiscr
SATURDAY
..JUNE 10, 1S.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
A large number of the members of the Assembly
accompanied by some officials visited the Gaol, the
Reformatory School and the Asvluni on Saturday.
Mb. Eli Johnson will lecture again on Sunday
morning at Fort street Church, should the R.5I.S.
Australia not arrive and leave too earlv.
' A native woman gave birth to a daughter on
board the steamer Iwalani during her return trip.
This ia the second event of the kind that has hap
pened on board since the Iwalani commenced run
ning, the former one being a case of twins.
A letter lately written from Honolulu to par
ties at Eahului on business of much importance
was found in the inailbag when it came back from
that place. A subscription is being raised to pro
vide the Postmaster there with a pair of spectacles.
Three men were arraigned before the Police Jus
tice, on Monday, for taking part in the row in Fow
ler's vard on Saturday night. Two of them, An
drew Brown and James Moran, were convicted and
fined S10 each. The other man appears to have
been arrested bv mistake.
The following is the programme for the regular
concert at Emma Square, this afternoon, com
mencing at 4.30 p.m.:
Polonaise" Court Ball " Onng'l
Waltz " Remembrance " Waldteufel
Selection " Norma " (by request) Bellum
Dance " Czardas " Hasselman
Gavotte ' Stephanie " Czibul
Polka " Lcopoldine " 1'aqne
The election on Saturday of a representative for
Honolulu, to fill the seat vacated by His Ex. V.
M. Gibson, passed off very quietly. Mr. Eeau was
the fortunate man. He polled 402 votes, Mr.
Kahanu, 110, and Mr. Kunuiakea, 107, and some
others 110 amongst them. Total votes cast, 729.
The Scholars in the Sabbath Schools are looking
forward to a good time at their Union Picnic at
Hon. L. McCully's grounds near the new Ice works,
to-day. Ample amusement and an abundant lunch
will be provided. The getters up of the picnic are
to be thanked for remembering the parents and
friends in their arangements and for the hearty
Invitation extended.
The election of Officers of the Fire Department
took place on Monday, with the following result :
Chief Engineer, J. Nott ; First Assistant Engineer,
R. Lewers ; Second Assistant Engineer, C. B. Wil
son. Tlie vote lor the two hrst was unanimous,
Mr. James Dodd ran Mr. Wilson close for the third
place, the vote being 71 to 69.
Thursday was the festival of Corpus Christi
usually observed in Roman Catholic countries
with much religious ceremony. Masses were said
at the Roman Catholic Cathedral here, but in order
to avoid any interference with the business traffic
in the streets, the Procession of the Host, which
should have been the characteristic ceremony of
the day has been postponed until to-morrow.
This procession of ecclesiastics and worshippers
will pass through the principal streets of the city.
At the last meeting of the Cousins' Society the
annual election of officers took place with the fol
lowing result : President, Dr. J. M. Whitney ;
vice-president, Mr. J. B. Atherton ; secretary, Mr.
Oscar White ; foreign corresponding secretary,
Miss M. A. Chamberlain : home corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Benfield ; treasurer, Mr. W. W.
Hall ; elective mem hers of the Board, Mrs. CM.
Hvde and Mr. F. W. Damon.
Mr. A. W. Bush has imported some (splendid
pumpkins from New Zealand, a number of which
were arranged in front of his store on Fort Street,
yesterday afternoon and attracted a good deal of
attention. It seems vorj' strange that we should
have to send 4000 miles for supplies of a vegetable
which ought to grow here like a weed. The fact is
but another instance of the way in which almost all
of what should be the minor, industries of the coun
try are neglected.
'Large advantage was taken on Saturday and
Sunday of Captain Hope's politeness in throwing
open H. B. M. S. Champion to visitors. The ship
well repays inspection. Among the peculiarities of
her construction the most important is the steel
deck which occupies a position about 3 feet 6 in
ches below the waterline. This is relied on as be
ing shell-proof, and below it are the machinery
and boilers and the magazines, so that all the vital
parts of the ship are protected. The ship is divided
into no less than 102 cellular compartments each
watertight, and by eleven vertical watertight bulk
heads.
Mr. What Taylor gave the fifth of a scries of
free Organ Recitals in St. Andrew's Pro-Cathedral
Tuesday evening, Mr. Taylor was assisted on this
occasion by Their Royal Highnesses the Princesses
Liliuokalani and Likelike, who sang as a duet, tne
Evening Song to the Virgin," (Hemans). Prin
cess Liliuokalani also sang as a solo Holden's
" Nearer My God to Thee." Mr. A. T. Atkinson
was to have contributed some organ music, but
was unable to be present. Mr. Taylor's selections
for the occasion included some choice music, which
was rendered with more than his usual skill and
feeling. The following is a list of those pieces:
Smart's Festival March in D, one of Mendelssohn's
Songs without Words, an Andante in C, by Silas, a
Pastorale by Best, Batiste's Offertoire in t, minor,
Sicilian Mariners' tune with variations by Thayer,
and a Fantasie in C. major by Tonrs.
mh. Smithies and Mr. Hassiuger visited the
Steamer Monarch yesterday and in their presence
the roll of the immigrants was called. All an
swered to their names and acknowledged their
contracts as correct and understood by them. Capt.
Marcos of the Police Force acted as interpreter.
They will be taken ashore to Immigrants quarters
at Kakoaka to-day, but they will not 1 allotted to
their future employers until about Tuesday next
so that they may have a little time to themselves
after the voyage before entering service. Tl 1
Monarch being a British steamer, Mr. T. Rain
Walker, as Acting Vice-Consul, also visited the
vessel and several of the passengers being called at
random from the crowd were asked as to whether
they had any complaints to make with their treat
ment during the voyage. All answered alike that
they had been well treated on board and felt thank
ful" to Capt. Thompson for his attention to their
comfort.
Captain Hope and the officers of H. B. M. S.
Champion entertained a large party of guests on
that vessel yesterday afternoon. Amongst those
present were H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani and
His Excellency Governor Dominis, H. Ii. II.
Princess Likelike and Hon. Mr. Cleghorn, Major
Wodehouse, British Commissioner and Mrs. Wode
house. The Royal Hawaiian Band was on board,
and a great part of the afternoon was, by the
younger guests and officers of the ship, devoted to
dancing, which was carried on with great spirit.
Some torpedoes, on a small scale, were exploded as
close to the ship as prudence allowed, and proved
great objects of attraction to those from shore,
many of whom saw the effects of one of these
modern implements of warfare for the first time.
For some hours the ship presented a gay and ani
mated scene, amidst which all present enjoyed
themselves exceedingly; the kind and unaffected
hospitality of Captain Hope and his officers causing
all to feel at Lome on board, and quite reluctant
to believe the fact when the hour for going ashore
arrived. The children especially, of whom there
were a large number on board, will long remember
the day they spent on the Champion.
Me. Wkat Tailor will give Lis iith free Oran
Recital. Thursday evening. Jane 15t!t. This will
le tlie lai one of the present stent' au.l an intt r-es-ung
programme will If pit-M'uud.
At Kapiolani Park t-d.iy tH ra.-t met'tuv.; w ill
eoninieniv at 2 p.m.. whi'ii the Ki. iolani Plate in
to be run for. There art- tlmv i n trio for thi
raoo. four for the Qr.cen Knu I''U-; VeJiu and
Stanford Colt l inu in Ixith thte r.vt. l''to-n
t!i't- fvtnts a raoe f r 3-vtar o!,l will ! run. in
which. HtiH'ook and tit-noral iar"i Id will compart'
pact- with ouo another. T!:e f'lil programme
t'l iiie-e nuvs. ana of tljf thirteen evei:' that are
to eouie utle'ii Moudav. w:U I- found in this irMuo
The following are the natm . cf the nieml r of
the House who voted for striking out Clause 11 of
the Tax Bill w hich would have iinpOM-d a ta for
itoad purpose of one tenth of one per cent on real
property: Hons. c. II. l;ihop, r. isenlKMg, II.
KuiheUui, J. I. Dowsctt. J. Moanauli, . Rhode. J.
Mott Smith, J. Kaae, J. Keau, H. W. Lahilahi, S.
K. Mahoe, J. Kaluhi. J. Nakookoo. J. Katnakele, J.
Gardner. J. Xawahi, P. Hanpu. J. M. Kauwila, G.
W. rilipo, S. Aiwt.hi. W. H. liieo. J. Kauai, G. 11.
ralohiu, S. K. Knpihea. A. Kaukau. Hons. J. O.
Domini. J. F. Parker. C. H. Judd. II. A. Wide
mann, P. P. Kanoa. 1. K. I.ilikalani. F. Pahia. F
Brown. G. E. Richardson, J. Kauhane, D. H. Na-
lunu and J. K. haunamauo voted with the Govern
ment for the propo-M-d tat.
H. R. H. Princess Likelike and Honorable A. S
ciegiiorn gave a verv pleasant entertainment, a
lunch, yesterday 2 r. M., at their residence at Wi
kiki in honor of Captain Hojh- ami tifiiccr of H. 15.
-M
manipiou. t. roquet on tlie law n, pronie-
nades in the leantiful grounds, and dancing on the
floor of the spacious lanai, atTorded a variety of tli
version to a large assemblage of the society'of Ho
nolulu. Hi Majesty the King was present, also II.
R. 11. Princess I.iliuokaiaui. His Excellency Gov
ernor Dominis. His Excellency I he Premier, II. B.
M. Commissioner Major Wodehouse, Mr. Wode
house. Mis Wodehouse.. Madame Fet-r, M'lle Peer,
Capt. Mist. R. X.. Mr. Mist. Mis Mist and num
erous other gliosis. The occasion a Horded a very
pleasing illustration of Honolulu sociability to the
gallant naval guests.
His Excellency the Minister for Foreign Aflairs.
speaking in support of the item for salary of a civil
engineer in the House yesterday, said that this
country had need of a man of eminent t-kill, not
merely to devise the construction t durable roads,
but especially to devise engineering works; se that
the water supply of the Aehipelago should lie
economised to the utmost advantage, by construc
tion of interior lakes, etc.. so a to increase tlie
means of irrigation. We think the country is to
le congratulated on this vote which, if a fitting
ineumlient of the office be secired, will lead to
far mare saving on current expenditure than the
amount of salary, quite irrejv eti ve of the new
works the engineer way devise.
At the Police Court no less than rive men were
charged with ln-ing drunk on Thursday, of whom
four did not put in an appearance. The fifth de
nied the offence, but was convicted on evidence,
and fined. The eight Chinamen, who were arrested
for gambling, pleaded not guilty, and were defended
by Mr. A. S. Hartwell. The Court was occupied a
largo part of the day with this case, and judgment
was reserved until Fridav, when all the defendants
were found guilty, and sentenced a follows:
ong Leh and t hing Sang, who were the keeiiors
of the game, fined S2." each, with ten days' im
prisonment : Ah Nee, owner ot tlie house, same sen
tence; Ah Hang, an old offender, fined S13, and
sentenced to five days' imprisonment ; Ah Chee,
lan tin, Yong lan Sing, and (;hing Sung, fined
$10 each, and to be imprisoned IS hours.
The British steamship Monarch, 57 days from
St. Michaels, with b5!) Portuguese immigrants on
board, arrived in port yesterday afternoon. She
was boarded in the channel by the port physician.
Dr. Trousseau, who found, on inspection, and from
the report of the doctor who accompanies the ship,
that no contagious disease had broken out amongst
the passengers during the voyage. Eleven deaths
occurred during the voyage, mostly children tinder
four years of age, from pulmonary causes; there
are eight now sick of minor complaint ; one udult
female is not expected to live long, her trouble
being consumption. There were six births since
leaving St. Michaels, and a lot more exacted very
shortly. The immigrants are reported by the
officers of the ship as being a very orderly lot. Ten
of the immigrants are stow-away, and will lsi
taken care of by their Consul here. Of the total
number 203 are adult males, 19S adult females, 81
minors over 12 years of age, and the rest (371)
children under 12 years of age. Application for
the whole nnnibcr have been made to the secretarv
J. S. Smithies, and they will be selected and plaeelj
as soon as possible. Thev- will be landed to-dav atl
the Immigration Depot, near the Marine Railway
Station, Fisherman's Point.
A CALLF.n meeting of American residents was
held at the Hawaiian Hotel la Vj&vcning to make
arrangements for the celebration of American In
depondenee, July 4th. The meeting was called to
order by General Comly, Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr.,
and G. W. Stewart acted as Secretaries. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up an informal pro
gramme of exercises for the day, who withdrew and
reported to the meeting, the following heads of a,
general plan: Firing National Salutes, sunrise
noon, and sunset;" Public Exercises, Hinging
Speaking, Reading Declaration of Independence.
etc., at 10 a.m. at Kawaiahao Church; a Picnic ii
the afternoon; Ball in the evening. It wus proposed;
to have a torchlight procession on the evening pre-
ceding the day. The report wiw accepted and
the following Committee of twcniy-one was a
pointej to earn' out the arrangements: A. J.
Cartwright, Chairman; Col. Clans Spreckels. A. E.
Ellis, .1. 11. Brown. James Hopper, C. H. Eldridge,
P. C. Jones, F. B. Hastings, A. S. Hartwell, R. W.
Laine, B. F. Dillingham, D. A. McKinlev, W. F.
Allen, Dr. C. T. Rodger, M. M. Scott. E.P. Adams,
H. Hubbard, C. X. Arnold, Dr. McGrew, A. W.i
Bush, and T. r. Kennedy. Subscription paper
were then placed before tho meeting ami tlie sum
of SI, 2119.50 was promised by those present in the
room. Considerable enthusiasm was displayed and
everything seems to point toward nn appropnah
celebration.
Ax inquest was held yesterday afternoon on the
body of Gee Ah Choy who wa found dead in a
corner of a horse shed on the Wyllie premises,
corner of Chaplain lane and Nuuanu street, having
very deliberately hanged himself. From the evi
dence given at the inquest, it appear that the
man had been sick for at least three month's past.
He worked for Mr. Ahlo f'la couple of weeks, and
as he had neither frieinls nor relations, Mr. Ahlo
took compassion upon him and let him Jive on his
premises, and told his cook to give him something
to eat. Appo, a servant of Mr. Ahlo's, stated that
he saw deceased abnut 5 r. m. on Thur-iday, when
he refused to have anything to eat, but asked for
some water. Ho had eaten litt'e for some days,
and about a fortnight ago, had said to Appo that
he had an incurable disease, and would le better
to be dead. Yesterday morning about 7 o'clock, he
was found by Kahue hanging m the little apart
ment screened off from the horse shed in which he
had been living. William Sert who was informed
of the suicide by children, immediately afte r the
discovery by Appo. testified that the man was cold
and stiff then, and hi eye and mouth full of ants,
showing that lie had leen dead some time. This
fact was the excuse given for leaving the remains
of the unfortunate man hanging where found, a
spectacle visited during the dav by crowd. It ap
pears that the Chinamen would not touch him on
any account. Some native police saw the man
when William Sea saw him, ami the matter was re
ported at the Police Station, but Mr. Marcos was
acting as interpreter on board the Monarch, arid
there was no white policeman at the (Slice. When
the case was reported to the Deputy Marshal, a
jury was summoned, and as toon a business at the
Police Court was over, the inquest was commenced.
The verdict wa "that he. came to hi death by
hanging himself by the neck, he Iw ing destitute
and in a morbid state of mind." Even when the
inquest was over, no one of hi f-llov-eountrynin
would cut linn down ami imry mm. -Mr. aiho
however undertook to provide a coffin if the Deputy
Marshal would have hint buried, an arrangement
which wa consented to. Avery large number of
persons went to see the deceased a he hung, and a
crowd of idle Chinese and some native stood
around watching each comer and striding up a
hearty guffaw as eich started at tlie apparition
which appeared within an im-li or two of hi face
as he looked round the partition which screened
the place where the man hung from the rest of the
shed. The spectacle wa dec idedly uuedify in
What the People S ty.
We invite expressions of opinion from the public upon
all subjects of general iiitTi-st for insertion under thin
head of the Aiverti-ek. Such roiiiiiimiicationi should
be authenticated by the name of the writer as a eua
rantee of good faith, hut not necessarily for I urin a
tion. Our object is to oft'er the fnlb-st opportunity for a varifty
of popular discussion ami inquiry.
To all inquirers we nball endtijivor to furnish ii.furiiia-
tion of the most complete character on any subject m
which they may bo intertsteri.J
We. the undersigned, residing on Kami do not
agree with Mr. Gerke in his statement published in
tlie weekly Advertiser. Web ive known Mr. D. verill
for a long tiui's and consider him an energetic and
truthful officer, and would request Mr. Gerke in
the future to speak for himself and not for us.
Carl Isenberg.
Wm. H. Rice,
O. Scholz,
C. H. Bishop,
Ernest Kope,
Chas. L'Orange,
R. A. Maefie. Jr.
G. Waring Tot 11,
S. R. Hapuku, L. K..
Kauai, June 2d, 1832.
S. Kaiu, L. 7i.. Lihue,
Paul 1'. Kanoa,
Louis Kahlbaum,
G. C. Helwitt,
Ja. M. Gibson.
.1. C. Long,
Frank liiedel,
J. Cakina.
Robt. R. Purvis.
Cricket Matches. f ;
A match was played last Saturday, at Makili,
between an loven front H.P..M.H. Champion and
the first eleven of the Honolulu Cricket ( iub. Th
victory wa with the local player, aa I t Utherlo
Nvn usual in their content with naval im. who
are generally ek in the matter of U v ipg, and
have of conrse. only the most occasional opportu
nities of practice. T o r .f the K"9 P
ponded. Xo official record of the bowling waa kept
but that given Udow for tha Champion' bowlera
nj taken by a tm-uihet i I the Cricket Club, and it
Klieved to K uwr!t rect. Lieutenant Ilrrtwn
ctptaint'tl the CLamiwd'a team, and C. E. Terry
the Honolulu men.
BCOP.K.
CHixrtox'a Team. First Lwixoa.
Warrender 73 ball. 1 M. O., 43 run.
Carroll 31 Ulls, 2 M. O., 11 run.
Danbony 10 lull. 3 M. O. 62 run, 5 wicket.
Hardy 22 balls, 2 wide ball 14 run, i wicket.
Cmxpiox'a Team Secoxd Ixvtxot.
Stephens M c and b Perry 1, 3
Bennett F E, b Perrr
Carroll W. c Adam Perrv I, 6. S. 2. 1. 3
Warrendej G J 8. b Perry 2, 1, 1. 1. 1, 1, 1, 3, 1.
Browne W H L. b Perry 1, 3
DauUuy II F. b Perry 6, I, 1, 2
Pattervou J, b Freeth
Hardy C. b Perry
Phillips O, not out
Gover II, c Swan b Perry
Hutchinson A. c Swan b Perry
5 Rye, I K g lye. .
2 wide balls. .".
. 4
. 0
.16
.11
. 4
.10
. 0
. 1
. 0
. o
. 0
. e
. 2
.64
3
3
3
14
4
3
0
0
0
6
1
2
1
41
Total
Stephen M., c Swan, b Perrv, 2, I . .
Bennett E. b Mos.man 1, 2 2
Carroll W T. c Roh. bMossmati 1, 2.
Warrender E J S, b Moss man 2. I, 2.
1 . 1,1. 1
Browne W I. H. e Ellm, b Perry 4...
Daubney II A. b Mowsman 2. 1
Patterson J, c and b Mossuian
Hardy C, run out
Phillips G. b Mossman
Cover H. b Fowler 1. 1. 1, I, 1.1
Hutchinson A, not out
1 Bve. 1 Leg Be
2 Wides, 1 Xo Ball
1. 1. 1. 2.
Total.
Honolulu Cricket Club First Imnixos,
Perry C E. b Daubuey 1, 1. 1
Ross P H W, c Stephens, b Daubney 3, 1, 2, 2,
1, 6. 2. 1, 2. 3, 1, I, 5, 1, 3
Fowler R H, c Browne, b Daubcny 1, 1, 2, 3, 3
1. 1. 2. I
Wodehouse J II Jr., run out 1, 1, 2, 1, 1. 1 . . . .
Swan W A. run out 3
Frceth G S, b Hardy 3, 1, 3. 2, 1. 1, 1. 2. 2. 2,2.
1. 1, 4, 3. 2. 2. 2. 2
Scrimgeour R H, b DauUny 1, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1
Mayley A B, run out
Mossman R, not out 1. 1. 3. 1, 2. i, 3. 1, 2, 2, 2,
Ellis A G, St. Browne b Dauhunv
Hewitt A M, b Hardy 2, 1 .
4 Byes, I Log Bye
Wide Ball
3
34
IS
7
8
37
8
0
22
0
2
139
Bowlino Analysis.
Tue return match between tbe cricketers from
H. B. M. S. Champion and the first eleven of the
H. C. C. was played on Thursday afternoon. There
were some changes in tho latter team ; Fowler,
Bayley, Freeth and Hewitt being replaced by J.
Lishnian, Starkey, Lycett and Levy. The Champ
ion's men went in first and made a score of 124, to
which Lieutenant Browne con tribu ted 84, a satis
factory revenge for the summary manner in which
ho was disposed of last Saturday. There were lomi
changes in this team also, and they had a useful
ally in It. H. Fowler, who Joined them for the
occasion. Tho Honolulu men succeeded in topping
their opponents ncoro Ixfore their eighth wicket
fell, but their final total was only 129. They took
the field again, but time was eallnd before the
Champion' team had completed their aecond
innings. e append the score :
First Innings II.B.M.H. Champion.
M. Stephens, b Perry 0
W. Carroll, b Perry 4
W Pearson, e Swan, b Lishnian 3
G. Warrender, h Lishnian 2
V. l.. 11. Browne, not out 84
It. H. Fowler, b Mossman 17
H. r. Daubenv. b Mossman " 1
F. Bennett, b Perry 1
C. Hardy, c Lycett, b Mossman 1
S. Patterson, c Perry, b Lishnian 4
A. Hutchison, b Perrv 0
Byes 2, leg-byes 3, wides 2 7
124
Ruus at fall of each wicket: 1 for 52, 8 3, 8
4, 42 5,(i0 0. 7, 808, 92 9, 118 10, 124.
First Innings II. C. C.
II. Mossman, b Pearson 27
R. M. Scringeour, li w, b Daubcny 0
P. K. W. Ross, b Hardy 19
J. H. Wodehouse, Jr., at Browne, b Warrondcr. . 4
W. A. Swan, b Pearson 14
M. Starkey, run out .... 2
C. E. Perry, b Carroll 2(1
J. Lishnian, b Fowler 80
A. Ellis, b Fowler 0
J. Lycett, st Browne, bDaubeny 0
J. Levy, not out , , 0
Byes 3, Leg-bye 1, no ball 3 7
129
Runs at fall of each wicket : 1 fo 12, S3 8, 64
4, 5C 5, 68 C, 767, 1098, 127 9,1 19 10, 129.
Second Innings II. M.S. Champion.
W. Carrol, c Ellis, b Perry 4
M. Stephens, b Perry 4
A. Pearson, b Lishuian q
G. Warrender, b Perry .' 4
W. L. H. Browne, e Wodehouse, b Lishrnan. ,'. 4
R. II. Fowler, b Perry
It. F. Daubeny, b Liahtuan 14
F. Rennet, run out 0
C. Hardy, not out 0
S. Patterson, b Perry ' 0
A. Hutchison, not out " 0
Ryes
48
Runs at tho fall of each wicket: 1 for 4 2 11
3. 214, 205, 300, 367, 408, 468, 46.'
The Mendelssohn Quintette Club.
The inhabitants of Honolulu had a very nnuaual
treat provided for them on Monday night last.
The steamer from Australia did not arrive till late
in the afternoon, which gave the member of tha
Mendelssohn Quintette Club the opportunity of
giving a concert. Wo need hardlv aav that it.
were- rewarded by a full house, which represented
in money the sum of $593. Among the audience
there were somewhere about sixty of the passen
gers by the steamer. Neither have wc need to say
that every one who went was delighted. Tha fame
of tliQ club is so widespread as to render any praise
Loin us superfluous.. We will but offer a few notes
on the performance for tho benefit of those who
were not there.
The first number on tho richly compiled pro
gramme was Mendelssohn Quintette in Ji flat,
which was played with exquisite taste, and
with an evenness that gave the Idea of one
rather than five instruments being heard. ThiouTh
out the evening the reputation of the el lb
wa fully maintained. The shading of the
various number was exceedingly cartful, the en
semble admirable, and a degree of fervor infused
into the different number which caused them to
glow with warmth and color. But especially must
we sjieak of the "Farranto Minnetto," by Boo
cherini, played with muted instruments, and which
was simply perfection, and most undoubtedly the
gem of the evening.
Miss Cora R. Miller, tho vocalist of the club,
rang the aria finale "So Crudele"' from DonbatU'a
"Butly," with great brillancy and finish, winning
an enthusiastic recall, when she rendered moat
charmingly tho song " Market Day." Later aba
appeared, and proved herself to be an artiste of
unusual intelligence by her excellent delivery of
Deasancr's song To Sevilla." Of the flute play
ing by Mr. Sthadewo must speak in the highest
term. Such execution we have never heard be
fore. The performance of a fantasia on L
Sonnambula," by Tcrshack, exhibited a limitless
execution, together with a clear pure tone and
a wonderful retention of breath. Mr. Isidor
Schnitzler played a violin aolo on " Gipiry Aire."
by Sarasate, and displayed brilliant technique and
grand quality of tone. Hia execution and dexterity
are certainly wonderful, and his management of
the harmonics most accurate, and clearly defined.
Iu response to a recall he played " Ht. Patrick's
Day." The second part opened with a clarionet
solo by Mr. Thomas Ryan, the only original wem-Ix-r
of tho elub. This gentleman is a genuine and
thorough artist, and managed his fine instrument
with great ekill and tact, producing the sweetest of
tones. In response to an encore he played " Robin
Adair." In Mr. Frederick GieHt we heard
violoncellist of the first rank, whose execution waa
simpl." marvellous. He touched scarcely a note
that was not of octic feeling. His tone is rich
and delicate, and his bowing very graceful. lie
possesses wonderful control over the harmanio
notes. He was encored with decided enthusiasm,
and played "The Last Rose of Bummer" in re
sponse. Shotovfr Wlas the Derby.
Loxdo.v, May 24. The Derby wai won
by "Shotover," 'Quicklime," second; Loril
lard's ''Sachem," third. ''Bruce," the favor
ite came in fourth. The time of "Shotover"
was2.4o3-4. Betting- against "Sachem"
was 8 to 1.

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