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" ' r3 'it "M o" h r HfM i : C4 f G "irjnrr;;i, Mr " -The stasia B:-&iuarr;irtnrdi THE PACIFIC , i uarnn (M z rfuMren. Ul H lieyaiullrr. Mr J Wilts SUPREME COnRT-CALE!UlP charging her cvo. , UW B Mrt lu,,, V, C koiiiu. Mr A j-iiuoi. and 1 -t-. ; (J - m ' 5 " 21. Hsi - I PACIFIC COMMERCIAL -ADVERTISER, MAY 5. 1883. 5 1 -i1 Li . h fa :7 - i CIAL. T : .- , the am iiut if business ' up f that of the previous lit," portion i.f the city pre- rzn' ly :. s . t diriri.; b;i lt sill''- It H' r.-vn t The receipt of D tn -'ie Produce have b -ii : Scoah, 22.0O1 pc-k;;.; l'.wvv. ;. j.c:k- ; M iLah sf., 8i pcktrs. The Export have beeiiSivna. 8ul In ; liter., D I.Oi-MJ n.s per II. W. Alrny. Th arrival f tin Abf-r.;-Hie with Portuguese. immigrant plac-, more la! ir of an excellent class on th;e I-ditid. Tlij wa a dmirably fitt-l and pPvi.sijr.sil f-jr tLU Vvj?-, an-1 !i-r pa".e:i ;-r-i xpn? th-Dic-Iv- pe:i-'l with the arrant- - menu arul t!i-ir ale arrival. Ia th t-n-If market th-re Iu lt:-s cniiJ;rili. activity, jlu lar;; tran-iaction-t l--iri taken p'ic.. The tone of tii inarkt hat f.n firm. M i-y imon 4 th iua!l 1oi!'th hi Iti clo-?r. an 1 g i Con-iqtieuir9 th pan-aivii i: tii.; auction-room? hTe been ratlier II w th average. Oa Fri.lav, however, exc'-ptiri w.i ini.lein favor of a quantity of li'jior HciznJ by the fj'veruinat, for which high price- were realized. The movement in s'uippin have been limited 4arin the ir-k. Tho schooner 3Ierfio has chans I bau.l. Mr. J. F. C alburn & other having irchatevl hr for aboat SJ'WO. llie !)CU)nr l ia nciinaier irriTta ii ivauiuui Ot Monday Ia,t. ari l the Cnmelo U exi ted to . . , , AAA K h wcva oa .,-.', . We present in tUU ivu the atatemeiitof ree.-ipt and expenditure of tli? Hawaiian Treasury for tlie year emlmg March 31, 11 1. Stock Qactitiont to Dim. FiirrtBtD it A. . tun. fetocK Eti'.Kra. Par. UiJ. A.k.l. Hold Hjookaa naar Co .. Ktlaa'a faitar '- -.-. ........I 'l1) K lo Sn jar 'n "" Make S.lrfar Cn I'lOO OokalaHiiKir Vn. lt Htl-a -tiiar f Wtlhw Miliar i n Ix- Haiku Guitar Co " Olawala siiarCo ! Walanaw Co 1"0 Waimanalo fnar t ............. l' (lgoml Sugar 'o. 1hu1..... ..... u- Katiala duzr ; ... ............... " Tho Wallnkt SiiKar Co Colon Mill Co 1 - Otar Mill Co t int Hani f'linta'lon Co Orova Kaaea I'Untatloa Co. .. . .... l facia.: Soaar Hill Zt'i Hawaiian Boll Telpbone Co lo Hawaiian K K '-o' Ka&ulul II K '-rl latr-tal rel am Nti:iiu lri C. Draw -r C up i-iv ' r -aie.I -j lei I Eal Mam S5t K.k Co. Uau U I ' lug o li CO I lit 1 t I! l-. 12 Hiase JUs Carried by Inter-Island and Foreign Steitmhips and Sailing Vesals- f Sl.H.S.I',1 Ha-allow-tail: wl h borizintal a"ripe of tel. white, blue, white, ril. O. Co. -quare; white griiUfll.rrl b-r"l-i. In i-eritre, n-1 -tr. eu.-lrc.l by blue riDst. Koarox md Hi!( li t. i- Ijht. C Rarwe . H. Ck -'I'laie; blue, re l an l o i-.rlz nlal atrip.-. FiosBXf Ijir. T. II. Iitvir.s t Co. "Tawailan &i wirh R. C. J. Co. to white. Niw Yoax and O'liioLrLr, aTt.K k. Cooke. sjr : Ameru an eule ot a Liu- t-riund. DnriTcn I.tic. F. A. scmrrB Cj -Square: ie.l. -..it i white Malt.'-e Cpxi in e:,tre. Iinca Iti aD 3. 8. Co Square; white gr ein with u r bx.r ler red, lower nonler blue. Rsl b.ll l.i ni ne Wild kb U "o. !Sqiiar;re4 (rxinl with W in whit'- in Centra. SratB KiLai'r lloa ?qn'rK ; w'.itt.-. with Line hnriavnt.il atrlpe above au'J b-?lw. I'.iue II in i-entre. brwa IVaimaxulo. Ajaur; rml lor.l-r above ml i--low. R"J W in centra. F- WoDixsrio-Square; blue (tr-uu l. white ball in run ' tre, with W in reil io wlu'e A.F. ( oo a K. Square; re-1 gnun.l With w:.ih b ill in .-utre W. J. William q-iarj; bl.i.f. with wh:'e 4 ji3re in iMfntre. Aut-mrn k. liJiBIva.),. Squire; wbit.f Kroual with npj-r a 1 lower borJera blue. MacraavL v-c at Cx Square; checkere-1 In white t.lue Thb Sir ie Slit' ill. Oil Ha, square; M,te sroinid with white T la centre. New Has;, burgee, blue trj- bukI f above an I below, wnb rel point, white Mar in the retl. Tbk FJaLEaKALA. B.e.i bursee. J. F. Coiaan. Square; ltd. white and it-l boiuontal atnpe. wita C in bluj in centre. Pr3ip2ct.vj Juliaj of tii3 ? ships for 1833 r sa raci-: City of New York May 5 ZJandl- . ....... 'uTie 3 City of Sydney July 1 A astraua. J uly 2 4ity of Saw Yor't . AiujiI M ZeLxnli-i .. .S ene.nlr l City of ."y luey. a:Ceer Z I Autraii No vein tier is 45.ty f New York.. lJfc . fix ifoiLi i iiuxi.i: ' """''JS 1; A ,.Tsoa Cifv of New k'or...Juii..- lo Zealandi. J uly Cirjy of Sydney A jot S A'utrali ..fMfpreniie-r 1 i-v .er York Sep: 30 .eiliu i.. IM-tober JH I't'yot S inej ...Nov Australia, Ieiir:nl.er 21 PORT OF HONOLULU, H. r. tKKIVt IS rotsiw la. . Apr ST S :hr J fanie W .lii-r, fro.ii 1'apaikou. with IST-i baift il-ar Svbr Meef.m. frm Kilai. Uah-a. wirh saddv Kawaiij 9- lair alukolii. Mreor. fpJin Koolau. Oaiio, . - with ia bir sii'ar. aul 10OO Laita rira Sehr Kaaia. fr.i.n 11.-? Ia. koolau. Oabu, with 00 bat auar. and .' bbl inolavaea ;hi Waioli. froiu 1'aauhan, Hawaii, with 950 bas anar 8 l.r cn"l Siirel. froia Uanalei. Kauai, with 65 baqs paddy a Stmr jmt- Mj- Mi'Oooall, from Kauai, with 37 60 bass snsar Stair bi(-.iic from Maui and Hawaii. with 3o7.J baK ur S hr Mbolih . froia Kou:beIe, Hawaii, with 0 bag aairar f-Ur i I e, fro:a Laauahoea e. Hawaii, wi:h ZM ba u ir 10 3 mr Mairuacal-s Nrlaob. fro-ii Waimaaalo, Oaba. with 3 m hag nuar, 'J bbla molawe May 1 Scar W.ilrl-, from Mai.ko, Mu't with 1112 bi ujar 3 Stuir Iraiaui. Rate, from Maul anl Hawal i, with 3-.Hj baira ik'r in I 13 hide 3 Stmr C R Uiauop, va;ner in. from Ka lai, with ZfJ2 bar-auLr Mint Waimanalo, Nelon. from Waiaua. Oaku x br N tie Merrill. lr-ni l.aha.n, Maui, with l' ba aiiiar. M bbl uiolasMi and 15 hide ti.-tir r.iiiiua, frmj Hit''. Hawaii, with 12i lsg eimr Mokolii, M-'.reor. f -tu Kalaijapa, M. lokai S-bi MannokAWi. fr:u Waiinn-, Oahu. with C2 : tai atir Sehr Kaala. f ro il Heela, K "iaa. jhn. with 3ti pk s-rar au I i bbU un:a- Stmr Lehua. Lurzrtiwin, from Maul and Molokai.., with IJitl baa sngar. SO bl.l mol.-e. -"O bndls ft Jt-kina, 2o heal cattle and 115 aheep ffchr tatertna, from Uanalei, Kauat, with bag aar 3 Stuir kilenea Hon. Sear, from Kabnlui. Mini. wita I-) l aj-sui;ar. 2 bid mle a-i.l 45 La; p" .: rtK;Of iDt rj Ua -hr Mana. K:bhu-. 3 i fiu..i Jai l I : davs fro.u ft M klsy 3 Hi :mr Afceivellie. Wat . ".; t-hacla. via Cor.-nel. 'bi!e I K I A KT t" It US. c lA.-iwisr. Apr 17 cur Haletksla. for I'epeekeo. Hawaii ?ebr Moi heiki. f.r Moamn. M -lokni chr Manu-kawai. for Wa:an. l ' S-hr Aii.e Morns, for Kal .i.papa. .-i-iui-m. Id rtmr Wal-uanalo. Nel.-oa. lor aimaualo. eisli.i tuirC It Uishop. Cameron. ! r Faun $tiur Kiiauea Hoa, . ir-. e K-aa. i . ' Stiur I.ehua. L .rz.-ei f t Al " a i l Ham hr Waunal i. f'r u-in-5, !lm H.-hr Kaala. for Hee is, K-dau. aiiu 8:hr Jennie Walker. t .r rpaikn.j. Hawaii i" Schr Kliukai. for Wniaina. Oahu SchrKaaikeaonli. for lio.iokaa. Hawaii 11 chr Mary K Foster.for Kol oa an 1 W simea.Kaiiai t.K I ih..liSo. for Kukniha: le. Hawaii -Stmr Likellke. King, for Maul and Hawaii May 1- Stmr James Makee. jiciiotm i ir rtrmr .'lokolii. McOreuor. t -r tvaiaui'njw. Mel. 'kal schr Leahi. tor Koholh?le. Hawaii Schr Len l Sigel. for Waiahole. K m.Uu, 'aim tehr w atli, fr Paauhau. Hawaii Schr Metfoo. f r Koolau, Oaua 4Stmr Waiimnalo. Nelnm. for W aiana . Ua?iu Scbr Kulamanii. for CKkala. Hawaii Schr Luka. f.r Keawaeli, Kohala Hawaii iichr Ka Moi, for LaupaUoehoe. Haw.ut -i Stti.r .In.analo. Nt l-on. for wa.n.anal . I 'a ' sJhrWsilelJ. f.r Malik". Maui . stiar IwaUui. Bale.-, lr Maul i andiiawai: H.mr C li liiea .p. ameron. forhaual tmr Mokoln, vic:re-or fer Ko..lau, Ouu H.r M.naokl .1. lor Wa.a-aae. Oahu fclr Jijala, f..r lleeia. K.H.laii. ahn foBEIOS. ,. t i , M s fj-'.i Herbi. fir Yok .ha iia Apr i ' ,;!,.,!. Si-eehly. f 'f Uongkoiig Mav l-Aiu M,r,'.ll. iWiuinii, f Fi.ri jAiu na , Am bk H " t- r..m Qn 1 r.e.-i.-,. .A 1 : n J , riKM. FOKEIGX TH, DICKS I.V PORT. Joo brur Mom.- Sar. lira, am tern fcva. Wikm.p blt C K Bishop. V Am 1 D SpreckeU. Fne Al.ki.. Kitaap. btnaon Bship J.'t Court Isaa:ahn am bktne Eureka. L Tbk I C Murrav. Ilarrtniton 1m bktae tlla. Kirk m tern J C ford, Onflth Brit bk Moravian. Blsaet Sr rtmr Khranfela. f t.ner aorAbergohUav U .taoa I Vep Ciprclrd Irani Kr-ia, Irl City of Stw V.ir. I.11. fr.i :i -r Ifc My ! U M S S Antr;;, I l.I! !i. fr . i Kran. Itvi.Vir IS 'rlik I.tvins-t'iu. S-...i.i-i, :r . n tl t;k n;. dn- ,'ISi 1. it t .f 1 (.i.., tr., u , ; lli-w ''i-iir J jI.i, IlolUn.l, li .:n ..mt'i I1 .j ...' hi ir I k I-f.rrrn. fr jiu I. v-r;)'ol. il-ie Kr bk l'ai'ifi") ij-p. inrn. . tr m Nr Wi-Mt Am ai hr Twilitjli:, WLita.-y. from I'. rK .at,; h H!.ri .-1t. fr n ..--pitl; 'r iit:i ;ra;-; II ' rt.. ;tu-u. fri).-n N.'W--i.! . !u A ii -liiliii'i i! All'-n !m n liost'iu !'. i-h l.i Jy '. Ilu.li ran Kran-.-ii.- ., . .r A i:, l,'; I- N.nr. J :iiit f r.:u I'i -r lau I, rt if 1'." .! n i l i:t-r. i-. trj u t.:v.-r' i. Av A::. I k : h tni'.re. I ai:i-m, fr:i 1 : ut irj - i'.r iiir nrn-iliu. fritii laj''.v. Juiy A tu tn? Malay, I'ttcr fi-i'n N"i-ati!. ii"- Am i.Wtne l.sco-ry, p-t r..in. fr'itu fan r"ra:i"-i-"n I'tk t' 1'uole, from vrca l.', rt:n? A:u bi ri.artan.Crosslty, from New Yuk, Juiv EXI'OKTS- f 'x "ti i raricico, pr II-1-n V Alia 7, May 3 Sutfar J ib-t. Cattle 4t Cook', 1777a J H, : lSrt-wer l.'o; rice 3 "J i lb, flyman liroa. O'j'j' lb i:u Clion j Cn. Valae U'JUlMtlC iij.'i'H.7. SIIII'I'IXU NOTES. 1'he Janet Cnrt ia bfiug ie;.a:r- I. The LhrTifr!i 1 anchor.-! a:rl 1 lira it. if J o-jt iu tb-.- tiiri-'r The 1 ' Murray will tail Tuesday tn.i.t at l' a. In I'ASSKNKKttS. i r io Mi ni a i l Hawaii, per I.ik-lik, Aptil "JO E (iuic. clar.li. T Mrl'hervjri. r A Klobar.Jn. J li .Maliony, C It Ilfrifer, II Iriiineal. II Lleacon. E 1' Lr,w, II W illrnann-t. F A prha.frr, lfo L'arnib-ll, Mi-i L I.yiuan. '1 J Il-iywl-tk-o.J i os -.a aul wife. Mr Stile. E J Maclarlatif S Smith. Mr K I' HatUiif, -Mi K Ma Wee, Mih H Makee, A H Hiiuth. I'.ev R Waiuwrivht. J Winter. W" K Seal, C H Makee, W BIaidfil, J Itichar.l- .n. M C Roas. Mra C K Groter, aJ 2 cbilirea. Rev H Eliuhop, Misa if Law. From Etuti. Trfr JlmH MtlrM. anvil (l Tt A Marfi Tlr f "inno, iira v-igut, wma Mary Ann liti-om', HU I -"r. w.te an,i n. i cuina.aan an 1 liCack for Kahului, p--r Kilauea firm. April 3o M Mr J H M neii'n an t cnuireii, Ira i ra ia-.jr. J v in'-r. M ii 'irret Mra A Erket, .Mra Ca'. htl .r an i dauebter, ri 1J liala-y. Mix liatiaia, 2 Ctilneac an 1 about 2i) deck. For Ka iai, pr R Hiahop, April 30 Vr J W Smith. A CropA Ureier and wife, C Dannhau-vo, Mia E Vtber, an 1 ubotit M ill ck. iff :ulkal and Maii, p -r Letma April 3'i-DrO L Kit- h. W il C'Quitiiins W II l)inl 1-, Mla Mi-r liiuni t r. i l.nliaw, ani aleut 17J deck. For Mil an: :fawaii, per I.ikellke. May 1 Hon B U Auatin, Mr T A liudi. lather l'.eruar I, Rev A O Forbes, A Uilloo, .Mra H W s. limnlt. Ili.n A Koruander. Ii U lial 1 w:n. T J llav.U. n. W T Rhcad. W Atwater an 1 wife. : Mii-(u.l, Mia J MirhieN. Majar li 1 Kioiuiaka, W Fel.lijehr, Mra triaa. 5li Mill ami --rvuDt. It V Ka wainui. Col t; II Ju.ld. H J Levey. J Lewis. J liruwn. W L ttil -ui. II Kaaha. Mra II Y Harluiu. i..-o anipbell.C Mrtika, Famn, J Markham. L A Thuraton. W A Wbitinir. W I. lloiokahiki. wife au l m ice. U 11 Raker, M M-. J M Knie akua and wife, W Ru.iae.1. J li llayaehlec, Mia K-m, ar.il 6 I hlnee. Karma. W II Rice and wife. R A Marfie, ( apt I. Ahlb.irn, U. i lai:eil and a)xut 230 deck. Vrom Maui and Hawaii, per Iwalaui. May 2 C W li.n,l-y, ( apt L Marchant, Ceo Edwards, A 1-arnea. M i:li-la!r. au l 4 1 deck. fr Sari rranciaco. per H.ku W A liny, May 3 11 Taltot. Vor Fort Townaend, per Lizzie Marshall, May 3 Henrv Havill. ' From K iuai, p-r ' R Riitho;, May 3 A llaniel.-era, . ' Mra A S Uartmell. 3 children and 1 atrvants. and 'J deck. F'-oin I ahaina. p-r N-ttie M. rTill, May .1 1 I Van, wife, chi! I an l servant, an 1 3 deck. f-r Maui an I Havrul. per Iwvlanl, May 4 J Richard son aul w.f, Mki Mary Ann Shaw, Mra Win'.er and 3 rhil.lrrn, olley, w u i'artrKle, a isarne, j a I'aluier, S Sr'.ij. an I a'KJUt HO deck. Fr Kauai. p r C R, Fa-diop. May 1 Richmond, and 10 de.k. From Maui an 1 Molokai. pr L- hua. May 4 O Vnna. Mi. F. 1'eteraoii.Mls Wary Uannmter, Mia A HauniiUr, Mr Mill, au l 4.J deck. from Kalinl'il. r-r KlUties Hou, May 5 F U Sears, Miss N Treitloa i, Mra Weed, i Warner, l N Landford and dangbter. W F03-0 and wife. A 11 tone Harbour and wife, H 1' Raldwin. N K Ketxiikai. 3 others and 100 deck THE PACIFIC ommrrcial iJtotrtiscr. SATURDAY ...MAY 5. 1383. MEWS OF THE WEEK. j I'ortv Chinamen left the city Tuesday night for ervice on the other islands. Tiik new Pantheon saloon building is assuming a fine appearance as it approaches completion. It has been erected with a view to artistic effect as wvll as ntility. . . . It was much quieter about town last saturuay evening than usually at the close of the weeu. There was verv little drunkenness and scarcely any ' On King street, near the corner of Richard, the i hah of a carriage broke while in rapid motion yes-j terday afternoon. The occupants were hurled to, trie srround and sustained some slight injuries. J A plite of very large tomatoes averaging (that a 1 11 r I"'"' U tho one tha$ we measured averaged) eleven l i aches in circumference, were on exhibition ibition in J. A7. Robertson A Co.'s on Saturday. .... For ice-ooid apple culer ot the most delicious 'tlavor, nothing can surpass that which Mr. J. D. : Ramsey has just opened ami will hereafter keep Constantly on band. It is a most refreshing le verage, and healthful. Two hundred and fifty of the German immi grants recently arrived on board the Ehrenfcls were transferred to the steamer C. R. Bishop, and taken to Kauai Monday evening. Eighty-five of the immigrant were also sent per steamer Lehua for Olowalu and Kipahtilu, Maui, ; Ma. BrnNr has finished plastering the basement rms of Kaumakapili Chnrch with his patent flre- iref plaster, and the Iluilding Committee are so .well pleased with the work, that they have con 8lo ba traeted with Mr. Hums to finish the body of tho church inside in the same manner. His Majesty's Ministers, His Excellency the Premier. His Excellency the Minister of Interior, Excellency Minister of Finance and His Ex cellency the "Attorney-General, made a return official visit to Captain Kalogneras on Friday tbe 27th instant, n board II. I. Ii. M. S. Nayesdnik. Ix the libel case or Grieve and AtKinson tne Police Jnstien Wednesday morning overruled the motion of defendants' council to dismiss the case on the ground that there wa a flaw in the war rant of arrest, and that the objectionable article was not libelous. A i'(Bi ha Wen invented and printed in this city to 1 used as a weapon against excessive talkers. It is an ordinary sized visiting card with the outline of a coffin impressed thereon with the word. - this man was talked to death." Every bodv who wants to get rid of garrulous bores should have some printed to use as occasion may require. Mk. S. N. Cbter proposes to make a speciality"'. ..f .l.-aling in firewood and coal in any quantity ; that mav be desired. This means that he will sell a jdiule'stick ot wood or a single pound of coal if a customer wants such a small quantity. No matter , how small th. order may be 1 will fill the same and deliver t':- purchase anywhere in town free of charge. ' 15y refereiic ' to our advert ising column it will W M-cn that Mr. W. H. Rice, yielding to the popu-l lar demand, and to supply a long felt want has l fr.tabli-die.1 an overland stage line which leave Na- J wiliwili. Kauai, for Koloa and Kapaa immediately ' after the arrival of the steamers. For those who prafer hor-hack riding there are saddle horses for hire. " The apjx-aratico of the soldiers drawn from the volunteer companies on the strwet. marching to the Liaclik wharf Tuesday afternoon, drew a crowd of spectators, who thronged the road on Ixith sides of the line of march. And it was freely remarked that thev preseuted a very martial air. and moved with great regularity and precision for irregular troops. The American House Restaurant is now opened, and alrea.lv it is becoming" a favorite dining place. It is largely patronized by foreign working men. artizans atid mechanics. Undor the management of Mr. Cavenagh. it will no doubt become more and more popular among those who want square wholesome meals served at all hours in the re .;ular American style. The entertainment given for the benefit of the Athletic Asociation last Tuesday evening was very successful. The house was perfectly crowded and all enjoved themselves thoroughly. Nearly three - hundred tickets were sold, and we sincerely con gratulate the association aud especially the active participants ia the exercises of the evening on their v ;ry gratifying success. Mtss Michiel's, and her brother Mr. C. Michieli, lft town Tuesday in the Likelike for Hilo. and, afterward. Kohala. where, by invitation of His Majesty they will be present at the unveiling of the atatue'of Kaniehameha I. In both Hilo and Ko hala Miss Michiels has promised to sing for the people, and her brother will delight them also with his marvellous performance on the cornet. Last Monday evening Messrs. Hart Bros, opened ' to the public the new and splendid ice cream par- h.rs. opposite the Astor House on Hotel street. The wh'de establishment is very complete aud magnificent. There are twelve private compart ments for the accommodation of customers. Each i fitted up with mirrors, marble top table and neatly framed pictures, carpets, chairs and cur tains of the most elegant style aud pattern, regard lee. of expense. The building lately occupied by Mr. Rose's har ness snop has been completely transformed into an ice cream and lunch parlor, which is to be opened np this week. A very skillful artist has been em ployed t3 decorate the interior of the building with paintings representing scene iu various parts oi the world. One of these is a picture of the Cliff House near San Francisco, and another is a very exaaint illustration of the icebergs amid which the Jrannette is eappoeed to have been sunk. The Soci.il " a? the CotLi 1 last TlmrsJav ere liiag wa well ai;-n U-I an-.l a vt-ry p'.ta-aut a'.Tair. " Tur. hi i t.rk on the ti-v. b.i.i.Iii;-; t'i Hp VIvk C'-i.'s r.'-i.i-irant i- iib uil i-.-m; Ivt --i. ainl tLe ro-.f i-i l i;; pat um. jrii. C'r;; . i :i ::!:. y m'riiins s-i' j- c:wi;i bo " Ninc-K-i : tl; '. ::;:;rv Levom froiu a Bio-;raphy .ir with I. evtniti ubjoct. -- ' a talk V. a.-: i e-:it;-i n h. ? : i Z town b:ir- so favor-.- to merit Kit J ."l - t ably ' t . .: eiiiiilr ii..;: -.'o;! tl -iii an who f-T.ok 2izU uit. They lr'i' .tare. Th::i.i; ..i:i !. the . Cathi-ilrni t.'-m .rr..v. preach at tii io-iriii W.iiri.TrU'i: ! ;;.' services at St. Andrew's Tiic Kev. Geo. Wallace will i' x-rvii-e. The IIcv. K. i :;i tii eveiiiii '. Mk. W. II. lit. v. - .v a . to thy (ir ruran iunuir. -i: Makee on Tut-siJay l.i-r. A i iiitity ,jf niii ; .-t't uU tiff Jil.l--. litv m:'i!'irv at trib'.:te- the gaeri:ty m ari to another party 1 rrom-oiiiiy. Tat-K-oAT the new restaurant ami ice cream par 1 r. jut ritt'd up by Mr. A. B. Kerr, at So. 81 Kaij Ktreet, was opened to the public and received a very liU.'ral patronage for the tirst ilay. The tneetint; at the Hawaiian Hotel, that was to le held on Wednesday evening, will be held this evening. Everyone interested in the 11th of Jun race, should come up thi. evening at 7.30. Mft. fitore Heckler, the popular and faithful purser of the Likelik'e, has vacated hi position emp- r:irily for a trip to the Coast. He will leave on the City of Tokio, and his wife and family ac '; eompany him. . Br reference to our advertising columns it will It seen that advertising space on the new Tele phone Card is almost all taken up and merchants will 1 well to w.i-1 in their advertisement at nee, as the Card v. ill so.m be publtohed. To-jtoi;ROW there will ba a partial :Iipsj of the s .n observable probably at Honolulu at about 11 a. m. Those who are -ii-t 'US to ob.serve it well without difficulty should obtain piece, of colored las to look through. We are reijuesied tj state that there are some persons who are accustomed to throw quantities f refu-e slop and rubbish into the streets at night in certain part of the city to the annoyance of pedestrians and residents. We are glad to see that the Trustees of the Kfl ! piolani Park Association have taken charge of the ' races to he given at the park on the coniimr 11th , of Jt.ne. We are a..s.trcd that everv eftort will be ,lurnl - to provid'f tiuine sport on tnat occasion. T)iu wl:i.,tle at I.nca, Mill is now coun.'ted by wire with th" S;;rvev Oftice. and will Uf blown every day exactly at noon. The difference iu time between" Greenwich and Honolulu, is 10 hours. 31 minutes and 27 seconds. Ships in our harbor can now Mgulate their chronometers bv the whistle. Is reply to the question of our correspondent Fair Flay, whose communication appeared in Wed nesday's Daily, we are authorized to say that Dr. Fitch "dues not care to notice the bosh of A. C. A., for the siioplr- reason that it is nothing but a sneer ! ieh any dunce could titter. Mks!:s. Whitman fc Wright have just finished a very lmndsome family carriage for Mr. J. Hopper. The style and finish is similar to that built by the lat M. J. Hose, for His Jlxcellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the work has been done in the very best style and of the best of material. Wi: notice that the Mechanics' Bazaar, on the corner of Fort and Merchant streets, is oten every week day night until eight or nine o'clock for the accommodation of purchasers who are busy during the day and prefer to buy their clothing, hats, trunks," "etc., in the cool of the evening. Preparation for laying the foundation for the new building which is to be built niakai of the es tablishment occupied by Wing Wo Chan & Co., on Nuuanu street, has been begun. Excavations are being made, so that there may be a cellar under the whole building. The steamer Abergeldie arrived Thursday from j St. Michaels via Coronel, Chile, 62 days from the i former and 23 days from the latter port. She has j on board 913 passengers all told. During the pas- 1 sage there has been 13 births and 0 deaths ; the latter all children. There hat also been 140 cases : measles on. board, but no deaths are reported from I that disease. : Our daily neighbor pleads guilty of the charge of excessive modesty because he thinks it is an honorable quality " and distinguishes him above thers. Now true modesty i.s a very valuable and . a very rare'quality but thot-e w bo brag of it and ungenerously accus- .icliors or v,.-. i::.!ig it forget I that "consistency is a jewel." t . f Mb. C. M. Cook, the well-borer, has finished the boring of Mr. Campbell s new well on the North corner of Kapiolani Park, he having struck a fine flow 0f water it a depth of 730 fe.-t. Water was ,-oachcd early la,t week, and at day break last Pridav Tnorninz tho neighborhood for a mile 'around heard the prolonged whistle that nntiounc- , . ,, . ,i.i .1 .... .1. " ' ' ' ' , ,,. ,.,,?.. 'u'1 -".'f f ' " " ing water for the park. The entertainment given at the Music Hall on last Saturday evening for tbe lvv -it of the Hooulu Lahui netted over and above expenses the sum of $301.50. This indeed is very gratifying, and we mav add that the generous assistance of His Ma jesty together with several of our esteemed ladies who aided in disposing of tickets deserves praise. Much deserved praise have leeti also extended to Miss J. Michielsand Mr. C. Michiels. whoso gratui- toaslv assisted as well as our Honolulu talents, and i Vr Z , ' win ant entertainments will we tru.it that these pleas often gratify our community, Iris reported that Mr. George- F.issett, who ar- j rived in this city from San Francisco a short time ' sinco, will soon-take charge of the Hawaiian Hotel. We are confident, with our knowledge of the gen- t tleman. that be will make this hotel equal in every i respeet to any in San Francisco. His exierienco ; in thi line of business for the past twenty years I enables him to understand and administer to the j wants of all classes of people. Mr Fassett was ; manager of the Baldwin for years, and by his ; courteous maimer aud strict attention to business ; made hosts of friends. I la knows how to run a j hotel. , Mr Thomas, the builder, has completed the new j ne warehouse, erected adjoining the old one. ; kerosene and it is now readv for use. The building is 113 feet long. 32 feet 6 inches wide, and 11 feet 6 inches high. It is lit by three windows on each sid.;. which with tha large door at each end are pro- j te-ted by heavy iron shutters of 3-16 inch rolled j iron jdates. the building itself being covered, roof i and all. with corrugated iron. A railway track runs through the building from end to end, and j the space on Inith sides is divided into compart- j ments. each one of which is nsed by one of the : firms dealing in kerosene. The storage capacity of the building is Srt.fKiO cases. I f TiirnsDAY, the 3rd intant. being the ieast o i ue- v the Mount OI the Ascension of our Lord from the Mount oi Olives, forty days after His Insurrection, a ion tin- cal High Mass was celebrated in the Loman catno- iiea iu me x'oina.i ; a.m., by His Lordship ed by lathers Clement is. During the Masa, the no e atneurai at io o ciock a.m., oy uis iiuruauiji the Bishop of Oll.a. assiste and Svlvester as Deacons following programme was rendered uy tne eiioir. with Sister Aleida at the organ: Ky rie Eleison Mozart Super I lumina Lambillot Gloria in cxceljis Deo .. Stocklin Credo Mozart Sauetus Mozart Agnus lei Mozart The sermon on the Ascension was preached by His Lordship. After Mass there were Baptisms as usual on all Feasts in this church. In the evening at three o'clock, the usual Sun day evening service was held, such as reciting the RoVary. singing of the "Joyful Mysteries." a ser mon by Father Clement, followed by the Benedic tion of r 1 io Blessed Sacrament, the Bishop officia ting. During this Benediction, the following hvmns were sung. " F.cce Deus Sal va tor Mozart Kegina Cocli Labat de Serene Tan turn Ergo Rossini Laudate Dt-tninum Lambillat Said a sick young man from Fauquier. Can St. Jacobs Oil be boughtier? Yes. for rheumatic pains. Neuralgia and chilblains. 'Tis indeed. Sir, verv much soughtier. Tun Times " Leading Article. Extract from the Lou'l tn Tit? : Passing by a crowd of minor notions, we come upon the exhibit of the Waltham Watch Company, which, in economical importance, is perhaps superior to anything else shown. The rivalry of the watches of this Company has already been felt by cur own makers, and a hesitating at tempt was made last session, in the interest of the Coventry manufacturers, to prevent the watch cases of the Company receiving the English stamp, which certifies that they are made of gold. It would seem that the Waltham Watches may defy all attempts to exclude them in this indirect way. Their first claim to public approval was derived from the extraordinary nicety of their construction. They wt re made with such jerfeet exactitude that the parts of all watches of tho iame clss could be interchanged, and, production loing thus made possible on a large scale, cheapness as well as excel lence was sAfcured. Hut the Company nave gone on introducing improvements in their art, and the ! compensation balauce they have devised seems to ! have overcome the standing difficulty of the vary j ing expansibility of the spring and the wheel. It is J said that the delicacy of construction of the me- j chanism invented by the Company is such that a micrometer they exhibit at Paris measures the twenty-five-thonsandth part of an inch, and might readily be divided under a lens into one-hundred-thousandth parts. M. McInebny, Agent for this Kingdom ; also Agent for Gorham Sterling Silver ware. The Trade supplied on the most liberal termi. noil 3m. Police Cou:t- Fr..! y. April rJTtli. Ah K iia. rttaiudcd from fLe 2fth itii-t., btiuj nnd-T 13 yt ::rs of a, was stnt to tho Keforni atory School for cue year. Ah Ilee. chared with ta.i'ioioU iais Licf was r!na:ided in'L)k. charged with violating Sections, Chapter b3 of the penal Code, pleaded guilty a:id was fined o osts $3, and given '21 hoars to make sneh alterations as the Fire Mar: Lai sha'.i direct. Wing Lok was also cL;trj,-ed with gross cheat, lie pleaded net guilty, but was cunvicted and fined S3'), costs $3.20." Appeal noted. Satckday, April 2th. Kileoua, charged with assanlt and battery, plea led not oiity, but was c:aviote.l and fined . S10, costi $3.70. I IIonday, April 30th. Four cases of drunkenness were docketed and j disposed of as usual. i Lelong, charged with violating Chapter 63, 1 Section s of the Penal Code, was remanded un- j til May 1st. j Youg Yuen, same charge, admitted the state- i ment of the Fire Marshal, and was fined S25, I costs $3, and given twenty-four hours to make j such alterations as the Fire Marshal might direct Chan Sing, same charge, same result. Wong Manu, same charge, was dismissed. Ah Hee, remanded from the 28th. was again remanded. Fok Sing, charged with assault and battery, was remanded. John Iiussr-1 for the defense. liobtrt Grieve and A. T. Atkinson, charged with libel in the second degree, in that defend ants did print aud publish a libelous article, were remanded until the 2nd May. Tcesday, May 1st. Five cases of drunkenness were disposed of as usual. Wong Kui and Koolau were charged with affray ; Koolau forfeited bail $10. Wong Kui pleaded guilty and was fined S5, costs $1. I.ee Wong, remanded from the 30'h of April, forfeited bail $27. Fok Sing, remanded from April 30th, pleaded not guilty but was convicted and fined S10, costs $1.50. M. (ierstly, charged with violating Rule 23 of Kxpress Regulations, pleaded not guilty and was remanded until the 2d iu-t. Kakaluku, charged with giving intoxicating liquor to prisoners, fiually pleaded guilty aud was fined $20, costs $3.10. Keelikoma, same charge, remanded until the 2nd instant. Rex vs (Jeievk and Atkinson. Libel. Decision of Judge Bickekton. iei.iveked on Wednesday, May 2nd. The Court has taken this matter under care ful consideration. In regnrd to the first ground taken by the defence, that the prosecution Khould not charge the degree, that it is for the Court or .lurv havinc uirisiliction to tuiil tbe ilegree," this Conrt is onlv sitting as a Com mitting Court, and would have no jurisdiction to find the elegree, and could only commit for libel. The words "2nd Degree" are superfluous and might be stricken out, and on commitment, the Attorney-General might charge libel in the indict ment, I don't think this poiut is fatal to the case, or would warrant me in dismissing the case on ''these" grounds alon. It is contended by de fendants' counsel, that the article in question must be taken as a whole, I certainly think so, and have so considered it, I find portions of it are quotations, but the writer of the article comments on them, and taking it a3 a whole, I consider it libelous, and I think that the charge might hae been made fuller and more explicit than it is, but it sterna to me that the article as a whole does iinptite to John Richardson the offences of adultery and of receiving bribes, as in the charge alleged. I do not consider that the Court would be warranted on the present showing, and ia the present stage of the case, in allowing this motion to dismiss. Therefore the motion is overruled, and defendants may proceed with their defence if they so desire. Defendants through their counsel declined to offer any defence. The Judge then committed the defendants for trial to the Supreme Court. Counsel for the defendants notetl an appeal to the Intermediary Court. Russel for prosecution; Hart well find Smith for defendants. - . x Wednesday, May 2d. W.-li.n'il mill K.'ihiwelii werf clim-ired will Weloiila aud Kalawelu were charged with (iniPV. YWIonla wa fined S3ft. nnata 1 . Ka. ; , . ' Vis lawelu was fined S15. costs $1, Two cases of drunkenness were disposed of as usual. Pilipo and Uilama, charged with affray. Pi lipo forfeited bail $19, Uilama fined $5, $1 costs. M. Gerstly, renianeled from the 1st inst., was reprimanded and allowed to go on payment of costs $3.40. Tung Wo, charged with violating Section 8 of Chapter C3 Penal Code, in regard to fire regnla- tious. Wrt3 remanded and a number of other , . . , . ., . . cases. of the same kind, at tho request of Mr. Castle for the defense were also remanded until the 5th, TumsDAY, May 3d. I. Lord, remanded from the 2d, was fined $12. Kaulnine, charged with assault and battery, was remauded. Kee-lni, ohnrged with furnishing prisoners with liquor, pleaded guilty, and was fined 20, costs S3. Kelekoma remanded from the 2d inst. wns tlismissed. Feiday, May 4th. Three jcases of drunkenness were disposed of as usual. Keanhane, remanded from the 3rd., was al lowed to withdraw the plea of guilty, and sub mitted to commitment to the Supreme Conrt to he tried at the next July term. Island Notes. Hamakia- Hawaii. April 23th, 1883. Considerable anxietv is felt here as to the safety , , . e 8teamer J. H. Reed : this vessel ia now some j of tjie 8teamer J. II. lieed ; -BrA-a r-n bee wav fro wef,t Gn her wav from mio with a earero of ; p,,,,,-, which can bo obtained cheaper bv pur chasillg i Hilo than in Honolulu. Yj? I am wrong j chasing in Huo than in Honolulu. e 1 am wrong iu saving it can be obtained for none of it has yet j arrjv"ej though prices are quoted lower than Ho- nojuiu priees. One gentleman waited patiently or imnatientlv, I don't know which, for some 20, 000 feet for six weeks and then countermanded his order, sent to Honolulu and now has his building almost completed. Oh where ! Oh where is that steamer gone '. J Oh where ! On where can she bo, , V. ith her screw cut off and her topmast gone ! ! i where '. Oh where is she? This day 27th April is celebrated in the district . .id especially at the Honokaa mill as the birthday ' j f George Hardy. Sixty-one summers have passed j over his hoary head and he is yet as active and fro- , licsome as a boy. Ho was serenaded at midnight s by some of the plantation boys, the sweet tones of j oiir well known tenor being especially melodious I oft in the stilly night." ! A friend wrote to me two weeks ago but hi3 let ter has not come to hand, though a subsequent one has done so. Peculiar. Rut things are peculiar here sometimes, and I am forcibly reminded of this by reading in your issue of the 21st April, an article on slanderers. ' Tho smaller the place the worse the scandal and ' gossip ; within the last few months I have known ! many most damaging reports scattered broadcast, ' some falling on stony places as the residents know ! the expansive imaginative and inventive powers of I the slanderers others teed on the contrary may j bear fruit if heard by strangers. Let not thy right ; hand know that which is done by the left. Mr. Schaefer has been on a short visit to Hono kaa. staying at Mr. Rickard's residence, one of his most important acts was the selection of a school house site at the request of the Department of Education. The site selected could not however well lie spared by Mr. Overend the lessee ; be has however generously offered another spot which is t-qually suitable, situated on the Government road, a little beyond the- Court House. Nothing now need to prevent the erection of the building, so send up the lumber and make a start. The school when completed will be equally advantageous for Paauhau and Honokaa folks. The action of the Government with reference to the Chinese immigrants now pouring into the Kingdom, is highly commended in the district. We want Chinese cheap labor, unaccompanied by small-pox. Paauhau Mill u still at work, as is that at Hono kaa, Wailckc Maci. April 2S, 1332. Pedice Court is sttll very quiet. Two eases of fast riding and one violating the Sabbath. A Chinaman was gelling goods on Sunday and for feited bail S13. f The Ferrie S. Thompson left on Wednesday with full cargo. Mr. E. Bailey (Father Bailey) and the two Misa B?kwiths left in her for the Coast. vThe Ann leave oa Monday. Mr. Plate and children, and A. A. CV-urtnrr aud family intended ljvin;; in her. The dust still c.'rtniasw-s tuoro penetrating than ever ; a few showers would not come amiss. Two lev rs were fe;::id near Ulnpalakna and are s- nt to lior.olv.lu. Hilo. April 2?th, lsS3. Hugh Tt:::i?p.t. one ef the victims t f the Hilo t tragedy, dted at noon on the 20th instaut. TLe J p-st mortem examination, which was made by lr. j Kimball, agisted by Prs. Wetmore and Kittridge, revealed the fact that the ball which caused his death, was the or.e which was extracted by l)r. Kimball from the anterior wall cf the abdomen on the day the wound was received. It penetrated the first and second stomachs, causing their con tents to escape within the abdomen cavity, thus set ting tip general inflamation of tho bowels. The other ball struck the tirst lumbar vertebra. glanced downwards and l Jged in the last bone at the spinal column. This wound was not necessarily fatal. On Thursday night, the date of our latest advises, Mr. White the only survivor of the un fortunate trio was comfortable and in a fairway to recover. POST-OFFICE NOTICE. Sns;ftlons to the Pnblir, with Uf?a!aticE$ Urlatin? to the Mailing; and Registry f 1 Lfttfrs, Pupers, and Partels, I AND ( ' Rxtts i.f Pa.'age to Cenntric!. la am! Onl ef the PuNtal Inlon. 1. Miiil all letters, etc., os early as practicable, especially win u sent in large nitmlcrs, as is fre ijuently the case with newspapers and circulars. The labor of the po.-t-i-ftice is much diminished if letters, when mailed in largo numbers, are tied in ; bundles, with the addresses all in ona direction. 2. Make the address on all fcrreigu letters legible ana complete, giving the name of the post-office, and State, when addressed to the United States. ; The name of the street and number of the house : should also be given, v.hero letter-carriers are eni : ployed; w hilo the letter will eventually reach its j destination without a number, the omission is often j cause of hesitation and delay. In the case of let- ters for foreign countries, and esjiecially in Canada. ! in which country there are many post-offices hav ing the same names as post-offices in the United States and in Ftigland, the name of the country as well as t lie post-office should be given in full. Let , ters addressed, for instance, merely to "London," ; without adding England," are frequently sent to London, Canada, and rice re-.n, thereby" causing delay, and often serious loss. Letters addressed to i Burlibc-'on. X. S. (Nova Scotia), often go to Bur j lington, New York, on account of the resemblance I between S and Y when carelessly written. ! 3. Always write the address with ink, and not with pencil of any kind, as pencil marks often be- come erased and the nddress rendered illegible, j i. Avoid, as much as possible, using envelopes ! made of thin paper, especially wbero more than j one sheet of paper, or any other article than paper, is enclosed. Being often handled and especially in tho overland mail bags carried on horseback. such envelopes not unfrequently split open, giving eause of complaint against officials who at e entirely ,uuu,-lui "-e niuiiei. o. rsever send money or any other article of value through the mail, except either by means of a money-order or in a registered letter. 6. Postage stamps should be placed on tbo upper right-hand corner of tho address-side of all mail matter. i 7. Tho cutting of postage stamps in two or more pieces is prohibited, and no letter having a mutilated stamp on it will be forwarded. 8. Postage stamps are regarded as cash, and te sale of them on credit is strictly prohibited. 9. Anything i.i addition to an address written or printed on the address-side cf postal cards renders them unmailable. 10. To insure a domestic letter being forwarded in the mails, it must have not iess than two cents in postage stamps affixed. If less than the full postage has been paid, louble the amount duo must be paid by the party receiving it. 11. A subscriber to a newspaper or periodical, who changes his residence and post-office, should at once notify the publisher of the change and havo the publication sent to his new address. 12. Publishers and news agents mailing printed matter in quantities will facilitate its distribution, and often hasten its dispatch, by assorting such matter by States and Territories and the larger cities, if foreign, or by Islands, if domestic. 13. All inquiries, whether from postmasters or the public, relative to lost or missing mail matter of every description, both foreign and domestic, ordinary and registered, should lie addressed to the General Post-Office, Honolulu, and losses or ir- regularities should be reported as soon as knowl edge is had of their occurrence, j 14. Send all letters, newspapers and small par i eels to the post-ofdoe. As a rule, they will go safer ! and reach their ilestination more quickly in tho ! mails than when sent in any other wav. "Most of the complaints about the non-receipt of letters are traceablo to their being sent by chance conveyance outside the mails. 13. Domestic postal cards, costing one cent each, can be purchased at every post-office. Also, two cent postal cards, mailable to the United States, Canada and Mexico ; and three-cent postal cards, mailable to any country in tho IVstal Union. 16.. Double postal cards, called ' return postal cards," intended for an immediate reply to a cor respondent will soon be prepared, tho cost being 2 t ra"T1 t J 1 fDnt Tri1 flta inonieit n n 1 A If A . ! c "u" 1 1 1 111 lur 17. Letters and papers addressed to persons re siding in Honolulu should have the street and i number, or some other designated place of de livery, as it is the purpose of the department to establish letter carriers in Honolulu as soon os i practicable. i In. The issue of money-orders on credit is j strictly prohibited", and no money will ho received j by a postmaster inpayment for money-orders is ; sued, except that which is legal tender, or bank checks, orders and certificates of deposit. 19. Letter boxes will be prepared as soon as ! practicable, in all the post-offices in the Kingdom, I and all persons who are in regular receipt of let i ters and newspapers will find it greatly to their convenience to have boxes. j 20. A letter deposited in the mail can be re ' called only by the writer, and then only on giving j a written receipt for the same. After a letter leaves j the office where deposited it becomes the property ! of the person to whom it is addrassed, or his legal j representative. - 1 Wa RATES OF POSTAGE. Domestic Postage Kates: Domestic Lettees, to any part of the Kingdom, 2 cents, if less than oz., and 2 cents for each additional ?e oz. Newspapers printed in the Kingdom, and mailed to subscribers from offices of publication, are free ' in mo inte-r-isiana mails. J.olls of papers sent to agents, and not to bona fide subscribers, cannot j claim the benefit of the fr i Packages and Pakcei. j mailable merchandise of i newspaper or parcel that claim the benefit of the free postage law. -s, containing books or any kind, any letter, may be mailed, mav be registered, on payment of a fee of 10 cents in ad dition to tho ordinary postage. Newspapers, pamphlets, almanacs, calendars, hand-bills, magazines, maps, occasional and other publications (uot bound), 1 cent for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof. Circulars, in unsealed enve lopes, 1 cent each. Pap.cels of merchandise of any kind will be re ceived and forwarded in the intcr-islattd mails at the rate of one cent an ounce. This regulation does not include the foreign mail service. All inter-island parcels can be registered. -r Books t ? j Printed 5 i Matter, Samples. ; ofstination. 512 United States of Ameri-I ca. Dominion c f t au-' 1 I ada and Mexico " c. 2c 10c. 2c '2oz. 2 c. 2oz ; 2 c. Japan. Ports in China j ' ! ; having Postal Union ! j offices. Strait Settle- j ' i ments and .Manila. ...t, 10c. 2c 10r. 2c.2oz.. 2c. 2oz. 2c Great Britain, France,. II t j Germany, and all oth- ; I cr countries and Col-. I ' ! onies in the Universal' ! I j : Postal Union t 10c 3cll0o. 2o,2oz 2 c. 2oz. 2c "Where are-turn receipt fur registered matter is wanted. 5 conts extra is charged, making the resnstration fee 15 eens. tWith a minimum cha-ce of 5 cents for books and prill ted matter, end 2 cents for taLni'Ie-;. Postaga to Countries not in the Union. To the Australian Colonies . .12 cents for each 'i oz To New Zealand 12 cents for each h oz To Tasmania (HobartTuwn) 12 cents f.-r each H oz To Samoa 12 cents for each ' oz To Fiji 12 cents for each H oz To Siam, via San Francisco 1-3 cents for ewch j oz To St. Bartholomew 19 cents for etch oz To Cape of Good Hope 21 cents for each H oz To Madagascar 29 cents for each H oz To St. Helena 33 centa for each H oz Newspapebs. etc. The postage on newspapers to Australian Colonies, New Zealand. Fiji, and Sa moa, is 2 cents each paper. On books and other printed matter, 4 cents for each four ounces or fraction of four ounces. For the other countries named, special rates are charged, which csn be learned by inquiry at the office in Honolulu. OTT" All postages to any country in or out of the Postal Union must be "paid in Hawaiian stamps onlv. apr26 8m H. M. WHITXET, P. M. G. Jlrla 356frtisfmtnts. HAW'N AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. President. His .Majesty the Kin?. ri..i;U OV MA.NAliKMKNT: His Majety President Hou II A Wideiuar.n Vice Prealdent Hon A S Clehorn, His Honor Chief Juslirc Jml.t. His Honor First Associate J astice McCu'.iy. Dr R McKibbin. lr G Troncaa, Mr A W Utlsh. Mr A Jaeger Treurr Ir J S Webs Secretary Tho Society's First Annual A. sricultural AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW will, bv permission of His Ex. the Minister of Interior, be held on the re-claimed ground, ruauka of llaickau ila Street. On Tuesday, U otlnotlay V Thursday the lSlh. 13lh and Mtu of JCNK. Through th.- liberality of the Legislature hc lloaid i of Management are !u a position to put forward lhefe-1-j low in extensive list or the FIUZES they will oner to i Se competed for at this Shov. The moniy value., of the di! Tent pi iz s .mi the form in which th-y wiil bo i :-ie!i. will be announced at a later date luthecis. j of al! the mure important ei3c the l.!ze be e!cn in such a form as to be wonhy of pr--ei valion a mementoes of the event. SollodUlO Of DEJfJ.2303 DIVISION 1 NEAT CATTLE. 1 Best Imported Ball, Durham 2 Second Best Imported Bull. Puruatu 5- Best Imported Bull. Hereford 4 Second Best Importer! Bull. Hereford T Best Imported Bull. Angus 6 Best Imported Bull. Jersey 7H.t Imported Bull of any other breed 5 itest Native Bull of ativ breed 9 Best Durham Cow. full blood or era.!1, iirillvo hnrn 10 Best Hereford Cow. fnil blood or crude, native horn 11- l!i.Pt At, vim Co, fii' I blood or urade. native born Vi Best Jersey Co, firil blood or crade, niitivu bora l:) Best Impoite i Cow of any breed 11 Best Native Cow rf atiy breed 1" Best Yoke of Working Oxen, nitive born IS Best Fut Ox, over four years old. native born 17 Beet Fat Steer, under four yars old. native born IS Second B"t Flit Steer, under 4 years old. native do. 19 Best Milch Cow. imported or mitivo H) Second B"t Milch Cow, Imported or native Division 2-HOIiSES. 1 Uest Imported Stallioa. for carrluge u?e a Second iest lmporie-d Stallion, for curlngc. uso 3 Best Imported Stallion for draught 4 Second Best Imported Stallion for draught Use 5 Best Imported Stallion for naddle use 6 Second Best Imp rttd Stallion for addle ue 7 Best Native Mallion, over four years old 8 Best Native Stallion, mirier f ur years old 9 Best Imported Mare for carri.ige use IU Best Imported Mare for tiadille" use 11 Best Imported Mare for draft use Vi Best Mare and Foal, native 1:1 Second Best Mare and Foal, ntivo 14 Best Oeldinst. native 15 Second But Gelding, native 16 Best Filly, native 17 Second Best Filly, native 18 Best Native Mule 1 J Second Best Native Mule Best Pair of Native Howes 81 Best Pair of Native Draft Horses Division 3-SIIEEP. 1 Best Imported Ram. for wool 2 Second Best Imported Ram, for wool 3 Best Imported Ram, for mutton 4 Second Best Imported Ram, for mutton 5 Best Two Imported Ewe fi Second Best Two Imported Ewe 7 Best Native Rum 8 Second Best Native Rain 9 Best Two Native Ewes 10 -Best Three Native Fle-ecea Division 4-SWINK. 1 Best Imported Boar 2 Second Best Imported Boar 3 Best Imported Sow 4 Second Bet Imported Sow 5 Best Native Sow fl Second Best Native Sow 7 Best Litter of Pies under ten months old, native 8 Best Fat Pig. uatlvn 9 Second Best Fat Pig, native Notk Bv "native" I meant na animal born In this Kingdom, irrespective of pedigiee. Division 5 POULTRY". 1 Best White Leghorn; Roofter and 2 Hens 2 Best Brown Leghorn; Booster and 2 Hens 3 Best Black Spanish; Rooster and 2 Hen ; 4 Best Domiinck; Rooter and 2 Uen i Best Three Domestic Geenc, 7 Best Pair Native Geese j 8 Best Pair anv other breed 9 Best Three Muscovy Ducks 10- Best Thrcs Aylesbury DucKs 11 Be-t Three Canton Ducks ' 1 Best Three Turkeys 13 Best Three Varieties of P'geon Division G DOGS. ; A dhow of thoroughbred d2 will be orL'anlzedriiid ! prized will be awarded for ilesen lug exhibit. j Division 7 DAIRY PRODUCE. lBest Firkin of Butter. 10 lbs or more 2 Second Best Firkin of Butter. 10 lb or more 3 - Best Found of Butter, the exhibitors being house. keepers and making th.-ir own butter 4-Second Best. Division 8. FISH. 1 Finest Specimen Imnorted Fresh Water Kth 2 Second Best Specimen Imported Fresh Water Fish Division 9 DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 1 Best Variety of Mats 2 Best Exhibit of Men's Hats 3 Best Exhibit of Womm's Hats 4 Best Kapa 5 Best Exhibit of Calabashes made from Hawaiian woods 6 Best Exhibit of Bowls of Wood and of Cocomnt 7 Best Kxhibit of Ornaments: Knkui. Shell A other '. 8 Second Best Exhibit of Ornaments: Kukui, Shell, ; A others 9 Betit Exhibit of Artificial Flowers and Wreath 10 Beet Exhibit of Carving on Wood or tone 11 Best Home Made Saddle 1 -2 Best Home Made Harness Division 10 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. C:ns t Sugar Canes. 1 Best Bundle of Suar Cane 2 Second Best Bundle of Sujrar Cane. 3 Largest Collection of Dill'erent varieties of ."5ii.;ar Cane 4 Bct single stick of Sugar Cnne Class 2 Forage Plants. 1 For the greatest variety of Forage Plants, represent- ', iusr fields of not les than one acre ! 2 For the introduction of any useful foreign plnnt ; proved to succeed in any portion of the Kina- '. (loin (specimen plants to be exhibited al the ; s'iow) ; Class. 3 Other Products, tBet Kalo 2 Second Best Kalo 3 Greatest Nnmhcr of Varieties of Kalo. 4 Best exhibit of Hire in Enr. or Paddy 5 Best earn pie of Coffee Mtbs j ii Best collection of Native Grown Fibrou Plants 7 Best Pumpkin 8 Best Sweet Potatoes 9 Best Irish Potatoes Class 4 Product ao Manufactured for Erport. 1 Best sample of Sngar 2 Second best, ditto 3 Best sample of Rice 4 Second b-st. ditto 5 Bct exhibit of Fibre from any native or Introduced plant crown, here. 6 Bet exhibit o' anv kind of Dried or Preserved Fruit grown In this country Class 1 Plant In Flower. 1 Best collection of Rose 2 Best half dozen Roses 3 Best Rose, sint-le plant 4 Best collection of Geranium I 5 Best half dozen Geraniums ) Pest Geranium. inie plant 7 Best collection of I'inUs S I'.est collection of Carr.ctlon i !t Best collection of tilndi oii 10 Best collection of Pansies : 11 Best collection of Knchstris i 13 Rest collection of Dahlias I 13 Best collection ofTiigonias Cla9 2 Ueeful and ornamental Trees and Plants (growing). I 1 Best collection of Kerns 2 Best half dozen Fern d Best Kern, single piant ' 4 Best collection of colored leaf Blgonlas 5 Best collection of Shrub B Best collection of Croton 7 - Second best collection of Crototi ; S Best collection of Ilibisci i 9 Best collection of Gracama I 1') Best collection of Palms 11 Second best collection of Palm I 12 -Best collection of Forest Trees, suitable for country 13 Best collection of Native Trees ; 1 1 Be-t general collection of Plants Clas.3 Cut Flowers. I 1 Best Bonquet of Flowers 2 Second bet Bouquet of Flower j 'J Best collection of Roses ' 4 B'-st one Rose 5 Best exhibit of dried and pre-ed Flower ! 8 Best exhibit of dried acd pressed I'laut Class 4-Frnlts. 1 Best Bunch of Banann I 2 Lanrett collection of Banana 3 Best Grape I 4 Best Pine Apples 5 Best Alliaator Pear. 6 Best Mangoes 7 Best Oranues 8 -Best Olives 9 Best Peaches 10 Best Almond 11 Best Fitrs 12 Best Gnavas 13 Best Cocoanuts 14 Best Bread t-ruit 15 Best Lemons 19 Beet Limes 17 Best Loqaot 19-Beet Vis ' l'.-lt .( Chi reinoja J" f.Ret 1 lie ( il iei I ..1H. r:iti!l. . i itel Ufci. r Vi iui ! VI- !.t Vuph Melon j VI -l!.-t Itii-ktt i f Art. d I'ru! t Claf fv-Ve;-'ahle 1 B -t A.-'.ira ;n 2 - Best -ri eu 1'i as : lvt Carrot I - B-' t Turnip - Vest Cahbacca ie-t MUiir!.ei 7 Bed P-impklna ) sn,.i snilH,u !it,-t Bi-nns I iii-n-s v. plain 1 1 - Best KaillsHes 1J liesl Kolierabia 1 Best Celery 1 IBest aortniet,l of Vc;i t..ble Division 11 - IIOUTICFLTFHU. Dimi II AGRICULTURAL IMl'I.KMKNTS AND MACHINERY. 2-1 let collection of Foret Trees, auitahl for Ilia Country 21- Beat collection of Native Tret Prizes will he tflven for the b t exhibit of Imple ments and Machinery specially adapted to the Ak-ri-cultural industries of these Islands, and to the pre paration of our Agricultural products for exportation, and especially for new iuvi ntloii of value In tut department. Awards will alo bo mule for inc rtor!oia exhibit of article- w hich rnav not be Included in the abovw list; and all exhibit that w ill be of Interest to Hie Atrricniiurali-f. the Mill Ow tier, or tbe llortii ultnralll ate earnestly invited. If In a :v c.ise- l'i j jds's ahsM decide that Ih exhlb il In n Ci'a-s nr.- i.ot oT sufflcient merit, no prize will be awarded. Ti.e rreii:ht, l and fro. of aul iial trnt from tin other Isiaii.! soleiv for the p'.troe of exhibition al the Show will b Vi fus.der to the exhibition by thw Society. The. follovrlua nro tlioStA'jdlr Cotumlttsei of tho Saeioty for the jrceaxt j-oan Ox HousKft Hon. A. F. .IniM. (Chairman); Hon. J. A. Cummins, and Messrs. S. M. Damon, F.S. Pratt and Charies Lucas. On Near Catti. Hon. W. Wright. Ja. Cam;)bvl. Rose. O Shekp - Mejr. J. E F. Spencer. W. H. Rice and Messrs. J. B. F. Dildngbam aud M. Barnard, F. Sinclair and On swivb -Messrs. Allan Heibert, C T. Gullck and (co. N. ilcox. Ot PouLTnr Mesrs. R. F. Bieke-rlon. Cecil Brown ai d W. R. Seal. DaiuY Pnontcr Dr. Whitney and Messrs. Henry May and S. J. Levey. On AnRicri.Tt-RAi. Ijn-LEMEMe Messrs. W. W. Hall, J. B. Atherton aud H. It. Macfirlano. Os HoRTlcuLTfttii-Mesirs. J. II. PatT. F. A. Si-hae-fer. C. O. Berber. Rieaiensehiiel.lei', Kldwell and F. L. Clarke. By Order of the Board, J. S. WEDQ, I3 if Secretary. OTTCE. A T A MTETINO OP TI1F. BOALD OF DlltEOTOll f of the Kapiolani Ta-k Association held on Friday, Mav 4, it was decided that the usual - ,"e?.ieV lltli of" .Tiino Diicoh Would take place under the direction of th Trk Associa tion. A proeiarume f the cay'a spoita will shortly be pre sented to the public. By order of the Trui-tee. H. Macfarlano. Secretary Kapiolani Park Association. mayS d&wlf. Copartnership Notice. riMIE "ATDEV FRUIT awn TAR0 COMPANY" OF I tbo Pa-idwich Islands, at prenrnt doinr business at Wtdlukil. lalan-l of Maul, ta composed of Ihn following members: A. BARNES of Wolltikn, and F. H. ENLEKs) rf the same plsce. ai d;;x rnuiT & taro co. W'i-trir. Arrl' 311, H13 insyS w3. IN fHAMHER. CinrUIT' JUDGE, SECOND JUDI CIAL District, Huwai an Islainla. In the n after i.f the FtslrfJ.D ' aVI t KOsT of MaVawso, Vaul, dec.ased. S ' rao, Proper appl'eatione hav'ne been fil'd with Ihls f'ouil by T. W. I vere't snd J 1'osrnman, s-lliu thst their ae. eonn's ss Fxerutorsrf the Estate if JOHN 1). IIAVE KOT Of Mnkawno, Ma-d, deceased, be a proved, and thst thev and their sureties be discharged f.nm further respon sil llity. It Is ordered that FBIDAV. THE 2Vrn OF MAY. 1"SS, t 10 a. M.. st Ilia Court-hcinso In Walluki!, In set as the time rnd place for brsrlnj said petition, nn l any olijec Hons that may lie made thereto ; ami all part lei Interested are hereby notified to atti n 1. AHlt. FORiM)BR. Circuit .Tulite, Recr.nd Ju.ll lul District. UonoLCLC, April 3.1, Ihsl. niayS w3t. r.r.o. w. MACvaRf.txr, it. a. AiAi KAHUAar. 0. AV. MACFAHLANK & CO. Importers, Commission Merchants AND Sugar Factors, Ilre-rronf BetlJInir, . - . - fV (;uu Slreot, notiolula aoi sis ron Tbe Va:kayu Rucnr liniitntlon. Maul, The Spencer Kiiiiir I'lantation, Hawaii, The lleeia f u ar Vlnnta'ton, Oahu. Hnelo Sutrar Mill. Msul, Huelo Sugar Platitatkn, Maul, Pnuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii, I. rowler i- o. hteain plow and Poilable Tiemway Work", Leedi, Mirrlei. atson A Co.'s Fu?ar Mt.cliliierv, Claseow, (ilasfioT oiul llfitiolnln Line rf I'm ktU. mayl il&w 3m. $10.00 UEWAlll) ? I WILLCIVKTEX BOLURS RKWAHD a for tne Arrest and Conviction OF Tlie Party op ravtieH, Who hhet two of my Sheep at lh SI si ugh tor IIouho On Thursday flight Last. D. K. rYFE. Hotel Street Market.l maj3 d&wtf. Postal SVloney Order A BR aXCF.MeXTS II 4 VIXCS 1IF.EX COM li.El'r.l) for the ls.iuna ol domesiie HaSTAL MONEY iifl-EK by the Po-t otlice Department, notice l piven that from and alter MAY 1st. money order will be l-.ned at, and can bs drawn on, ither of the following named post i.Qh-e : TTonolu u I, ahama W'ailu'iu Kahului Hilo. KouMa Waiotimu Honokaa , w aunea Keal :kuakui , I.il ui -Koloa.... Oaba Maul ....... ff lawail Kausi At any cf tha above Money Order Post Office, an order will be issued, on api-1 ( atu n, i'.r ntiv enm not exceeding Lf y dollar. I h-j following the fee establlabed, which ate payable by the fc..;i;.i u:.t at the time the order la issued : For any Mim not exctdlju liv Doll art 9 cent. Over five d.illars, ai l not exeeed.nx (1010 cents. Over leu dollnrs, and not ecee'llo t'i'h li cents. Over t nty-tlvs doi lar ditto d tto, $10-20 cent. Over f jr:y dollars, not ex'-eelina 3B 45 cents. No order wi'.l b Issue 1 or more than fifty dollare. w beu a lnr,'i r sum Is wanted it n.uit be procured In t wu or more or.lers An oriler cannot lie issurl en any reist omce except one cf the above-nnued mon'-j- er ler offlcci, until n itlce ha b -c-u yivn that it I s- ! n inada a money order IU ;e. An order is payable on presen'ntion, only at the oftice iliion on. and the person to whom it is paid roust re cr:.t fo the suioun. Blank application era kept at each ruomy-order office. At the cf untry money-order offleea, certain days, and hours i f tbe dav, will be designated by each Postmaster, when mo iey Older will be Ksued. No money.ordor business transacted on Funlay. Pamrhlet, conta:nlns more full details of the money, order system tan be ha I on application to any of tbe post offices. FOREIGN MOVLY.OHDF.RS cannot t issued until money order trcatls have been made with such rountrlea a it may be desirable to ex'end the system to. II. M. WHITNEY, P. M. (1. Honolulu, April, 1-is.l. ap'25-lm FOR SALE THIS DAY 10 Shares Wailuku JJ7 $050. A. G. ELLIS, Broker, m xncblv w. la-IWiSfl 4p1ei 'OtVitftiAKY,