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THE PACIFIC
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 12, 1883.
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COMMERCIAL
SATl'RDA V. .V.ry 12.
BasineM Jariu3 the past La Lccn fairly
active, the demand for staple g.M,1 having 1- en
good. The inter-i.-Ian.l tt U l-?avin- here have
carried good cargoes to different port, aud
th arrival of donni-tie .ro.lure La U n Ur-c.
vVanote receipt e f.dlow : ioak. 22,1'J-i pl, ;
Rl.-E asd I'audt. 4S30 pk'S ; SroL.-i,k:H. 22 plT-.
J-ti le a number of rattle. .!,.;.. hj If au.l a
Iarje (juantity of lire wood.
The eiporti have Wn, bioit. 2.l7.;.,i
Eici, 305..j0 lb-.; M0LA.HSC4, 4C- jalif ii; W.f
12.G91 lb.
In the anction room baiu4 ha ku Lri-.L.
E. P. Adam La wU fr Mtri. H. Htckfcld i
Co. large Invoice of liquor, which Lronght go-1
prit-w. MAlizing something like IxjO. Mr. Adams
will al ell at au earlj date the real etate pr'
pertjr of the late Mr. J. Iione, which include iom
desirable laad in Manoa Valley and in town.
Xeaar. Lyon and Levey also ld daring the wwlt'
Ihe urpla ttore ef the sramer ALergeldie, for
which good price were obtained, and oW.it
realised.
In the retail trad? the Chine dealer have been
quiet iu their transaction, they having bn called
upon to pay charge on tht-ir friend rriving here
a lata arrival.
Stock have been fairly active during the week,
Mr. Ellis reporting itomn ale of favorite and an
enhancement of value along the line.
Mesur. E. O. Hall A Son, we learn. Intend to i
incorporate their bnfcines. and it i a! rontcui- '
plated to t rm the Waianae Stone ('ompativ, for I
tne purpose or working the attentive deposit of
Hoe building atone in the quatry on Mr. Jame
CampbeU'a land, near Ewa. Tl:: O. S. S. To.'s
teimer Saez mar be l.ket fir daily. he now
being fully doe.
From the other island we have rortrf of fine
weathar and good prospect ahead for crop-.
Stock Qactitions to Date.
PairaM ar A. . Elm.
Par.
Honokaa JJ-jRar Co 3000
Kllauaa Sajar Co.................luo0
loloa bajar Co I'M)
Make Huuar Co.... 1
iUJ. Aakd.
1-irO
Ookala Snitar Co hjijw
BiUaOKar C 50
WttbM Mcigir Co.................lni0
Haiku 8aar C. fioo
Olawala najar Co l.) .. rut
Wsiaoa Co. liM .. I:J5
Waimaaalo Sogar Co liy ..
Onnmaa hujr Co. boa.la im
Kabala dng.r Co ... ;(;n
The Wailukn Sugar Co ix ... .:"
Uatoa M 11 Co.
Star Mill Co .vn .. 54..J
Caat Maul I'lnutatlon Co .Vji .. ;vr,
Orova Ranch t'iantation Co iio ... is.i
Pacific sutr Mill.... &A) )ou
Hawaiian Bell Telephone to Iu 75
Hawaiian K K 60 .. .V
KabalalKR 500 3iW
Iater.Ialan l Steam Navifta ion Co. 104 130 1J.'
"Br wr Company (Mercantile) 100 12i) WJ
taat Maui Stock Co. iliancb 100 100 105
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
ARRIVALS,
riititwiir.
"T 4 Stmr Waimanalo. Nelu. from VVaimaaaio.
Oaba. with (. bsir xiiar. 8 bbN iiulm
Schr Uen'l Slil. frui.t VTuiabole. Ko-lui, t h l..
with H ba- ri. r
4 Stmr Jarn jiak, McDonal I, fr.in K ia:, wit i
SJO ba.r auer ami 600 l.ax pal.!y
Bcjr K-Kauluohi, fmra ilanaiel, Kauai, vith 30
t ag auKar
."chr Enukal. from Waii.iii. Oahu, with 'i'J2 baiji
aujjar an l at lbl iii'i-a a
Schr Mile Mtitrii, frmn Analua, Lana, wit i 200
abeep
Hchr Jennie, from Na-Jlli vr.'l, Ki lai, with &X
bag sugar
ft Sjtr tuiina. from Walauae, Oab", wi h T O bag
uxar
Schr Puhoikl. fro.u Poboikl, Puna. Hawaii. witU
'2 curd wijo1
Stmr Mokolii, Mciirrir. from Koolan, (ahu
with 1JCO bags rice
Bcbr Julia, ui.Uan.l, fruiu tbe South Sea
T Shr Malolo. from liakalan, Hawaii, w.tli 210 b'
aagar, 3H bbl. doIimh n l 8 bulea
Bcbr Marion, from Kukulbaeie. Hawaii, with
175J baga auxar
aWhr Mary Foater, from Koloa. Eauai. with 893
tta-a a.iyar, Ijo lai rice and 12 kaga pa Uy
a Stmr Jaiuea Jllake. McDouald. fr jrn Mtbukom,
Kobala. Hawaii
tfchr Maaookaal. from Waianae. Osha, with 80
bag augar
Sc'ir tvaiuua. fri:o Pspaik.m, Hawaii, with 9il
batrs augar
8chr.Mefoo. from Eoolau, Oahu. with 3t0 baf
paUUy
9 ?chr Kaaia. from Ili i. Kni'in. Oahu. w.tn 3
bag aiii;r. an.i V7 bbl rao:aea
8 lir I.iuoiih. frimi Kakuihal'. Hawaii, with
1(1 -itinrC It iiaop. Cameron, frciii Eauai, with
1441 bauar, 1"J bag rii-e and l7rio bait
PMj
Scbr llalrakia. fro-o Prpeekeo. Hawaii, with
l'.iio bog a.iar
Schr Mot Keik,. fr iu Ka na'..-, Molokai. witii 374
ba f a-iuar
aWbr KaUk'ioiiH. fruuj il n. k, Hawaii, with
1jO baft ai.gar
HIB II il ayrzlu.k. Kal.uer.a, froja .Maba
k 'Oa. Hawaii
l: -Lr At unln, frm ttnouiea. Hawaii, with l'.lO
bam augar
9obr v atetiu. frmn Pauka,!lawan, w.t V.O ! ;
ugar
tchr Waioli, irj Paaa iaj. llawui. with HV) I ga
autiar
Sbr Ka M :, from Laupaboeb-w, Hawaii, with
2'4- ba an t
I kr JtnDir Malkrr. fr.i.j Hilo, Hawaii, with
17'i batt'. iiu-tr
8 br l ilaro. fr .ru Eobala. Hawaii, w tb 1094 b1
aunar
Smr Haiauian! , Nclan. from Wa:imaoil,
OaUu. with S) btifa augar
Hf mr Lchua. Irzeiia in, from Maui and Uolokai,
with IJ-1 bat augar and 40 abetp
J3 Stmr Iwalauu iia(. from Maui an J ilawali.with
a:.-i baira auitar. 9d bae coffee and 8i bide
8 rtr Kilauea lion, rear, from Kahulul, Maul,
win xiTi bagt augur
roacios.
May 7 M 8 ity of Tuki, Irom Honkon.t
8 Br bk l'aoiw l.p?. i'.aruea. from Nawtaatla
Oer bk Uio itoor, u.-itrna, fr .n Hongkcog
9 J ty of New V-ir. Searle. fiom eyJney
11 Am tk C W bitoiore, Calhoun, from Iieparture
Br at air 8 je. DodJ. 7 data 6 hour from 8 i'
UKPAKTL'KKM.
CoaTwtav
May 9 H I It if 5 Navz Imk. Kalogueras
a..na, Hawaii
6 S.mr Jaiaea Mak". JI. lMr.aM. fur
fur At aha
MaLnkona
1-
Hawaii
: ur tDia. Lorz--an. for Miliki and Maul
S.-Ur r.hukat. for Wauliu. Oaa I
!,-br Mana. fir La.ipaa.xb j. liawa.i
HcM Nellie Mrvr-.ll. f;r Lanaioa. Maui
Afliroro'l S:L f r K-wlau. Oabu
Schr nl'.e M.m. fr Kalmpaa. Muloka;
rhr C -.Carina, f.ir lianalci. Kauai
A. br n.kaaiu ui. fjr liauaiei. Kauai
i
Htuir Likalike. Kimr, for Maui and Hawaii
Scmr Kilau Hon. s-rm. Ir Kahalui
, Muni
Scbr ttnma. f.r HaianaeUsba
: lE:ar Juan Mik. 4cl..tl 1, far Koil
.-imr M.'koln, Mi rr.-.r. ..r. K.cdsu, Oah:t
Stmr alaiu..;". rlja. for Wanuanalo.
Oab-i
f-br M1.jU). lor nklu, Hawaii
(Srhr M run. fv,l si.iauilia-l",
llawtii
SWbr Manaod.t!, t-t
Navii.iarill and K.kaha
Srbr FoUvon r Wai.ii i. liawa.i
Scbr M -ef are Waianae. Uniu
10H-br llai' of rir. K.iua au I Km, ll.waii
.-br K! U-ia. Koolao. iqnn
S:mr C U . Ciai'Ma. f jr Kauai
r.-L JjhoU ..or Ookaia, Uaau
7.AC
lfayT P S 9 T.kit. laary. lor 9 in Francisco
a A u bk I jl-irray. rtar;.niton. torSaM lraurl-o
9 a up Jau-t C iiri. I-a.--s irn. f r San 1 ran -ic
A a b.ta i.lli. Kirk. I: Sot rratieiaeo
City of -' York. Sari. f..r Sin F.an -l e.
(ubrn'J IS;r.rk I . F.-. I r -an kranoixco
H Jrr.uan Bt.nr Ka.fei. rV-litr. for HougkonK
FUHEIG.V TrtrICK8 IX PORT
Hon ba. k ilerniann. I ook
Mtanioo.r brur Mirmrw ?ar-. Hra
Ur UCH Biabop, Walter (
Tbrfflidfc'ClJ"tfc'-r"w
Brit vm'Uidi
H,tny si
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From HTdneranl Aul!a, per City of New Irk.
"T 9 ltS mz' U oi,ptr. i.1 en t ir i: equipm Iitt. I tj bj
ix,t'-.. So LK ct. -n c4 11 l , i.uiiirf. Iu
tfit 4-,lI J.k.
TUo Pacific Mail ',,pauv'i S S City cf Ti kio. J.-22t-)n
-i-a.-ri.n Iury, Comoiarnlr, frum i,i.nck"M.
April l itti at S lnx.M fr.-xh L Rilt-s an-i Ikb-1 V.
jn i errivr! at VokuLami .ril ..tu at p m. :!-.i
f.-'im Vok btua April SJrti at 1 M, hi l libt var.alne
w;u ! an 1 bin? wtathcr. an 1 rr,v l at H ,uuiiiiu, liar 7t:i
at h.
or -au Fra:i-ii-.j. rr 1 i; H-jrray. il i.v s .I,1
n. H . ".r:iit.:i
: "-'i.ar .V.iTI I M -
it-t J ltj tr A fttr 1 '. 1...... .r.nt.Ubd
For sa Framiico, j-r -I Ii Spre k';l-- My K-M:;ir.
IT7-; Vrt W Ij Irwin .".. alu; l.jiueti.-, t'i",:.J0.
For San Franciaco, per Janet four. Mav k Sui'ar,
1 lb' W Marfarlane 4r l.u, hWS lb WiMer l- to. 23o.-t-?J
lb H A U ideicaDD. Kice, CJl'iO lba .'riiia Choiij i to.
lb(i W MacfarUue ic to. Value d',iaetir.
f 3l.ClO.0.
ror san t raucico.p-r Litni" Ella. May 9 Sajr 1 j'J.Oi J
Ii;, i: lirewtr 6c to: 17',
'C lb, iaatltf & t'ooke.
lb MO tbon Ac to.
s PaSSEXCEKS.
Fiom Maul mud Hawaii, per Lik-like. May tf T 11
I'atle. W ebipuian, Mr Miriam Meek, Auiaoa, W It
Lawrtncr, I n t lamon. J Ou.ierkirk. A C Alexander,
Sell. P N Makee. J Lewia Mi Labllabl. Mra Wood
ward, hud Euiee, Mr Eanwa&i. K & ttugtf, J If toleuian,
J Williauia, Mr AUpai aa I daughter, Lum Eins, Luia
al. J I. LUiaJell. t It hall win, U W Kawainui, John
Paliuer. W Cornwall. U i Levey. J lirowii, Mr Aa,
Mr W altera, U Zerbe, U A iieen. koui: Uln.'.
For Mabukona, per Jame Make. May 0 Ueorge L.
smithi'a.
From Uonkon? for San Franrico ria Honolulu, per
City of Tokio. May 7 E Carrall, F E Bunt, C II Lan.hei
mr. Gilbert Hilke, J W Wk, C H Kipley. T Condor, t:
Hill. Mr Littlejohn aol child. General John hoe. t P
Uaurge. Ira McJunkln, U I Uallantine. W i tard,J gtielel,
Mr E Bteven. E de barrier, A liin. W Earetnzen. E t
Uaine and wif -. Mra liiatiee, child aul maid, i: p Haines,
F II ljust, J P rr.D', SI A And'.-raon. V J lli;in, J t
Mau.inty, II II Audr. A E Allee. D J buiitb.f 11
Ttiouia, M LTell, t H-JJill, Lieut-Commander Carpenter,
Cil W K Gordon aud wile. Mia M Sibarp, W b KU-uell,
Duke tf Atbole. col A Carar, IS Honing, Mr U W Hill and
child, Jame lii. tt. Ml N Puck. Kev A J Warren, 5
E'iropean and 47'j Chint-ae for Honolulu.
For M d'jkai an 1 Mui. p-:r Lohua, May 7 I William
Father Dami-u. VV L Vrelyiberg and aoout Ci deck.
Foraao Frncico. per f.ikio. Jlay 7 -iieo C Berkley
an I family, c All.-u aai wne, 1 CGlale a id faiuilv, E O
Hall aud wife, M Mclnerov and daughter. Mhi: N Makee.
Mr i" iN Make, Mia llose Makne. Phil Opf.-rg'-it, J
lubinja. A Uanuebvrir, Golfrey lirown. Jame E Jordan.
Cba P Murray, Mr guphia :vy. II lieacuu, N K
(imcriardi. K Willmaut, S liibbard, Mr. Li.-rby, K
t ax'rroof, and 9 au;erag--.
For Sn Fraud to. per II O lurray, May HW I) Ellu
Mra i nnon au 1 clni 1. Mr aud Mr Weik and non, Mr
auj Mr Uatler anil danlii-r, 1,'olon-jl N.irri, Captain
Hanson. A Oietou. K Uleaon. F .V Hicbar 1. ) Hulan 1,
M I IuIibmd, C llalvuraoii. It f Ca.iiuo, M Nobl?, Mr l
VT Clark and 3 cuiliren, Mra ll.ck.fm, Mr Miller.
For Kabului. Maui, per Kilam-a Hou, May 811 N it i
cbauan. J t M ftheldon. Mt..T ' harlr .-ht l.l.iu, il X
I.a:idl rl an 1 daughter, O K Kup iikai. Mr J I' Aluli and
child, F 11 riear. W Fogo ani wif3 aud about l'j derk.
For Maui an 1 Hi wait, fir Likel.ke. Miy 8 Hid Ki J o
Uomini and boy. 4 Ma. auley. It 6 Ba.'K, 1' T 1 horntoii,T
II Hughe. W Jv'upinan. J (Jo.ta au l wife. P .V Mik",
li takee, W li Eavrrence and wile, J XV Mitchell, II r
il.tldwin, J V Kawaiuui and Jame smythe.
Fr jm Mabuk-ini. per Jaiue Mkf. May H .li V. .1 I'.
Buab, Georg : k. s nitine
From Australia, per 'ity ui New York. Ai":, fur II -liol
lu 1 lavi, K L 1 li'jiupsou wifa and ami, M J t'tirr,
F Harrison. I. mi Kjurad. It C!iiuiut.e, wife and ttvti
i hildren. Mi4tM Gancoinnia, (J) G Stanford, J !'bniir, .1
Anderaon ami wife, Lee ree.
I3f TI.ANS1IC.
t'.T md Franoi.-n-o, from Australia, April l'. U Uiacne,
Mr Graut, Mr Paxtou, Lord V Gordon Leuuox, A C ',
lr iiuiuuiul, mo Kobiiitoii, illiam Uujbe. Mr and .Urn
X P Uayley, VV L Havidaxu, C E Striven, A J liacou. K S :
Hmin. F W Gall, Mm Uil.ier, W Jlcfurdy, Mr and Jlr
J OrinonJ. Mr Uruiond, Arc-bbitihop Vaughn, ltev W oil- '
l"lt, Mifi-i Iiauiell, J Sander. A L Ilarnett, Cecil Uiirin. '
B Hart. J Hart. Perry Campbell, li I' Campbell. J J jooie,
T K. Jaw. Fraer, Ml. M J Franer Mo8 K raiser. Miss
Oruiond. It J rSimviu, John Kidd, Willia ii Mid. Arthur
Sauuder. Mr and Mra L .Saundera, Mr and Mr J T loo
bey and aon. Mr and Mr W li Watt. Mia L t' Josnphson
and maid. Mi Eli Jonepbaon, Mr and Mr 1 Kyrie,
Mi liyrie, Mis E Kyrie, Mia Ida Ryne, H Webb, E J
tliite, Mra L Bruce and 3 children, vv 11 AlatheHon, W
iray. .v It Forde, Mr and Mra J K Newton. Mi Nuwton.
r H lteu4. I'ho G Jone, J H Wlii-inx, vv U 1'urker, J S
Hay.. Herb -it Mark. i II Kuowk, Mr aud Mr R
l'arei. Mlm E Uuboi. 1. Kollaaon, J ' Cotton, T Uhodea,
8 Hollasou, U I. Eirkbaru. .
For San Franeia-o, from New Zealand, April -5 Mr and
Mi J P lii :hter, Mr aul Mi llalett. Key und Mra W J
Habeen, Mr Iuuian. John Armitae. ll.'uj Annitae, Ml
Will i. M J Hart. C II R . Mr aud Mr W V Jackson, li
Frirlaa ler, J V Sbaw. it P Makant, Mia Thompson, Ir
I'ark-T, Miase Tripp (.i), A I So well, Mr and Mra Jame
Gibbon. Thoj I horuton, Mr and Mr J F Sulton and two
children. John O Cjx, Walter M Xoake. Mr aud Mr Man
uin and :l chil Iren. Mie M inuinr ( I;. Mr aud Mr
Ilaiuel Bobb, G liu.-kh mi, Ir Mcl'heraon Laurie.
For San Frjnciaco, per bk;ne Ella; May 9 John Mait
lin', tarl borenaon.
' For Kauai, per Jame Mak -e, Miy 9 Rev R Wainwright,
Mr C H Groer and chilil, J L lil-it lell, ?r.. aud about 40
deck.
F'or Sau Frauciaco, per City of Xewr York. May 9--Mrs
Fwsn, W li Ayer, A Herbert. Mra J M Whitney and son.
The laly, Thoa Mason, John Ouierkirk, John li Ward.
An Fisher.
From Kauai, per C R Bishop. May 10 XV I'.rede, II A
Luacoiub, L Kahlbaam, J Menke. Mrs IiinJt, 3 hiuee,
and 40 d erk.
For Kauai, per C R I-h jp, I ay 10 b. ut 43 deck.
From Baliului. per Kllauea Hoi, May 12 II Alex an. ler.
Mr Hopper, Akanaliilii. Lnrnn An Irew. Mr Ca: ton. t apt
liobin. Mr mab, Capt K-ynul J. J G M Siiid lou. wife
and child, and 4 deck.
From Maui and Molokai, pc-r Lebui, May II. Mr E
Jo-.e", P I'rovrp, Mr illdi ulxr;, is William, Won? LiD,
Cion, aud 'i deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per Iwalani. May 2.-C N
ripenrer, T W Everett, TC Wills, J E Smith. J A Faria
and wife. J II Lynch and CO deck.
From Han Francico, per fu-i, May 12. E P Adam. J
C Murtr, Frank ilurr, Harry Von Holt. II s tireely and
wile. Ed l)wctt. Hugh McMillian. J II Ptclling. 1. Ilal-a-ed.
A J Cartwright, jr , Lylo Uickey, Mr J F JMiiytn
Wm Skinner, J li iilack man, 11 atccrairr, and 12 Cbiue.
MiKKIKU.
HAMBER WOODWARD In tbia city May r.th. Iy the
Hev S. l'amou. lR. ILLtaM D. Baubfk cf Oakland,
Calif -rnta, to Mas. Magoie MminBDo( San Francmro,
Cal.f.rnli f San Francisco and Oakland papers please
"!'.
IIKI
H I.I.EK In tbia city. May f.tb. Anmf. wife cf Or
lando Fuller, of ban Franciaco. Cal. Aed .0 ycar, 10
month, and li Uaye. tin Francisco papera pleaae copy.
WOLFE In tbia city. Jlay 8tb at 6 P. M.. Walteb Uo
ooi.m. aon of Mr. CF. Wolfe, aged 6 year an.l 8 mouths.
THE PACIFIC
j Commercial Ubcrtiscr.
SATURDAY
, MAY 12. 183.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
. Ththe is soma talk about making the annual raid
on iinlioen.s -d dogs in a few days.
Tur. Emma Claudina entered the pirt of Hilo
im t!i 4th instant.
Tiik J. C. lord is Itfing loaded at irewer s
whrf. sh-r will have quick despatch.
The Livintone is being unloaded at Surenson's
whaTf. Shi- bringg some tine firewood and bamboo
chairs.
The Gorman bark C. It. Bii.h-p is bt ln loaded
with btigar. She will sail from this port to San
, Francisco.
f : Crr. C'hane of the chiKner ITaleakala, who ar-
: 1 : .. ...... Tti.truil.f r.-i arttt ti ti t nrAntlipr ftlnn? !
ll'tr'i in . . ji. . - -
I . i - - i - 1 1 : :
the coast '-f Hawaii
Sm.L the number of public carriages seem to be
on the increase. Sometimes tbe principle stieets
are envarrd with them.
Tutbe have been several very select private
parties in town this week and several more arc
announced for this and to-morrow evening.
Fines to the amount of f 373 were imposed on
Chinamen by the Police Court last Saturday for
refusing to oley the order of tbe Fire Marshal.
Several lady passengers in transit on the City
of New York enjoyed themselves in promenading
and ridirg alwmt this city.
The office of A-hlcy A Co.. draymen
soon removed from its present location to
posite siib? of King street, where a neat
now being fitted up for their use.
Those entraccd in burning off the
will be
the i
room is
Santana
bushes in the lot corner of King street and Wai
kiki road In the early part of the week Mmo near
burning down the fence.
Co.I'Laixt has been made that the mails re
cently delivered at N'awiliwili, Kauai, for other
towns on that Uland laid for over four days with-
lieing forwarded.
''itr of New York we received forei
of ew Icrlt we received foreign
HOC
he date of the 231 of April. She had
mber of pa.-ngrs in transit for the
. o.-w
.ist Saturday night a concert was iriven i,t
tive church on Beretania street. The pn-
.a a- -- i urrr1 ti f i r.n a
e embraced several selections in l.nghsh
C l UllI aVVU M a a, v
.ere admirably sung.
a t'.i? pa-.aengers in transit on
rtu-
board tbe
du
,..'Lokn are
yil eleven
the Duke af Athole. Colonel
ontlerucn belonging to the
L.
Vow"
- lay and Wednesday. 2,611.096 pounds
l ";"ahipped from this port per D. C.
: I- Spreckels. and Janet Court, for
San
1 Portuguese, men, women and
r Fov
here per steamers Likelike ard
cbildf
. . hi c"
1 the schooner Emma for the other
etbev.
c- Governob Domivis took hi de-
llts
J afternoon for Maui, where be
le a short visit. During hi absence
lorsor.
partui
propo
torn will act aa Governor of Oabu.
BOB
I
Mr. V'. K. Hf.bp.ics is proprietor f-f the turning
e:abli!imt at on IV-thel irt-vt.
Viz wijuJd call attcii ri'n t-- lUe tniU-c liiiiin
ailvertiM-mmt of MurH. ti. '.V. Mai'farlaix A 'o.'.
latest importations in to-da's Wekki.v.
Osr.v a d"tr!" 1 Mr. Cruzan's theme Suu
div ev. iii.'iij. St-ri.tr Sunday murning at 11
oVl i k.
Tin: r-'-i t w;!l Jjticafif-r cl-t- on Satnrday
af t-Tii' "U at J i"-!:cu. excant wln-n the arrixal or
d-;-nrr ii i-
r-'jiiil it Xn 1h"
kept oj ii to a
late- .f
T ,
(Uf il (i:
the f.f:K
;. .!mi .s;iiiii;ttc ,f S:. Andrew
wiil Tin-' t tiii emini; at 11 o'cIock. at
Ti.i-o. If. J:iTi A C. A full an.nd-
il'-d.
Mi:. A. H. Ki i:k i (.--.tain ant and iw crtau j ur
lor lat !y i ;-.i:'l n Kum inrt, is b-c.inini? one
the mo-t p'.j Liar ejtii.g an.l rc-frehmtnt houses
in Honolulu. EverytJiiiiij; i kept estreni ly c'.ean.
and cutorr.ers are waitt-d p;u by foreign ludies.
The Janet Court and the I). C. Murrav sailed
Tuesday afternoon for San Francisco. The farmer
r-arrif twenty-five pasen?er among whom are
Mr. and Mr. Butler tnd daughter, and Col.
. Samuel Xorri.
! A lap.oc numlr of Chinese laborer left for the
other island Tuesday night. Some of them have
'. entered into contract aervice but the majority will
work without making any definite engagement for
any length tf time.
The funeral of the lite Mr. J. E- Bush will take
place to-morrow, Sunday, at the residence of His
' Ex.-. llency J. E. Bush, on Beretania street, at 3
; o'clock p.m. Friend and acquaintances are re
, apectf ally invited to attend.
At about 'j Thursday night the schooner Jennie
Walker ran into the Kaala off Diamond Head, and
sunk her. T.'ie Kaala, it is said, had no light out,
ami thi-i rn".t ct wai probably thr cause of the
accident. No iic-s were lost.
The two Cliiiiame.-i who burned the fence around
Makiki Cemetery Frid.iy afternoon, have expressed
themselves perfectly ready and willing to repair all
the damage, which they intend , to do a o.n a
. possible.
J Now that Mewsr. W. tr. Irwin A Co.. have put
. down a good cement sidewalk around their pre
mises, pedestrian can pass to and from Merchant
'street and the wharve without difficulty, except
i where new building are goiuit up, but in other
.part of the city, sub-walks aro adly needed.
At about fifteen minutes of 8 o'clock Thursday
evening the fire nliirui ugnin sounded, and the
firi- dt'purt'uent turned out promptly, the Chinese
comp.my beinj epeeiully imfieablrt for the
alacittj' of their movements, but it was soou dis
covered tlmt the otitiHe for the aluim tvas only
the burning of some brush in the neighborhood
ojj Mr. Agnew's residence.
The following i the programme of the Band at
Km ma Square, thi Saturday afternoon at 4:30 :
Overture Joan ef Arc Verdi
Walt My Friend ..Gassner
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Seecfi-ii Life for the Czar Glinka
(iavoit.' Steplanie Czibulka
Gal'-p In the Centre Stasny
The Band will give an extra concert on Monday
even ing. May 14th, in Emma Square.
The too-modest Bulletin man wants information.
During the passive there has been 15 births and
5 d'Mths ; tho latter all children." Now, says he:
" If the latter were all chddrea. what were all the
former? " Will some nurse kindly inform the
modest inquirer that they might be called infants,
although a too-modest man who asks silly ques
tions " is looked upon a capable of being " classed
nnder the same category.
There is a water color picture of the schooner
Kapiolani now hanging in the front window of J.
M. Oat, Jr., A Ce-.'s place of business, which de
serves especial notice, inasmuch as it has been
hnely executed by a native artist. Mr. J. L. Bees.
The schooner as represented is at sea, and Dia
mond Head and a steamer, and another vessel are
portrayed in the distance. The whole representa
tion is true to nature, and Mr. Bees has shown
great talent iu its execution.
Messrs. T. B. Tostfe t Co., are to be compli
mented on the quick despatch given by thm to
their steamer the James Makeo on Sunday. At 3 30
p.m. they ware requested to despatch
the Makee to Kohola, to coney to His
Excellency J. E. Bush, the bad news of
the fatal accident of his wife. At 6. p.m. sharp,
the steamer was steamins out of the harbor, hav
ing in the meanwhile t:ikrn on bonrd 300 bags of
coal, and made all nveisoary provi-iions for an un
expected voyage. Who can beat this?
A medical student, named Daustin.
Got Kick with the mumps in Boston.
But as iu the Hub
Thry St. Jacobs Oil rub,
A cun-d student went back to Austin
Supreme Court Diary.
May 11th (Yesterday).
1.
Prool
f will of Jnson i?rry, before the
Chief Justice. Will admitted to probate, and
lett-'iA testamentary thereon to issue to A. A.
I'erry, the widow us sole executrix without
bonds. Estimate valued at $10,00, both rel
and personal.
2. Ltttteis of Administration, estate of J. V.
Wancjenhcim, before the Chief Justice. Letters
of ndinini-traticni issue 1 toll. F. (Jlnd-, Austrian
Consul. Liabilities about $2000.
it. Administrator's accounts, estate of V. P.
Leleiolioku. before the Chief Justice. Accounts
continued to Friday, May 18.
4. In re bankruptcy. Lee Chat, alias Ah
(Miit, contested claims. Argument of counsel
at 1 p.m. Continued to-day ut 10 o'clock.
May 14th.
Kilauea Suar Co. vs. II. A. M-iCfl, j u n . . be
fore the Chief Justice in Equity.
M.ir 17th.
IVtition for s.ils of real estate, in re estate of
l. Wubukiuie, liefore Associate Justice Austin.
Mat ISth.
Iu re bankruptcy K. Ahana, proof f claims,
before the Chief Justice.
May 22nd.
Letters of Administration, estate of Ahuli. w.,
before the Chief Justice.
May 29th.
Letters of Administration, estate of Kaahe
lamn, before the Chief Justice.
Calender of Criminal Cases.
Jcdicial CincfiT CocnT, May Tef.m, IIilo,133.
II. B. Cair, charged with selliufj spirituous
liquor without a license, paid fine SOO and costs.
J. Halliday, charged with selling spirituous
liquors without a lieeus.-, was convicted and
fined S200 and costs.
Jostph Chesbio, charged with selling spirit
uous liquors without a license, paid fine $200
aud costs.
C. Tisdale, chained with assault and battery,
Vim rllmisil
'
17-.. ..1. f . - 1 1 , , , .-. 1 ; V. . ...na 1 1 .
l inuji mm, .uticva iii j 'rtjiAj , mo
missed. Akiona, chiirtred with selling spirituous li
quors without a license, was convicted and fined
$300 and costs.
Ka P., charged with selling spirituous li
quors without a license, paid fine S200.
Pau.iki, charged with having opium in pos
session, was convicted aud sentenced to one
months imprisonment, fiued fSO and costs.
Poloka, charged with bnrglary,was dismissed.
Nakaikuahine and Hauola, charged with
forgery; case coutinued to November term at
AVaiauae.
Akiona and Nauk.ina, charged with ma
slanghter. VinVe p'os.
PhIau, chargl with forgery; cas continued
to November term at Waimea.
Helelulu, charged with forgery, was convict
ed and sentenced to six months imprisonment
and fined $10.
Charles Caspar, charged with manslaughter:
case continued to Honolulu.
Anakalea, charged with the larceny of
animals was discharged on hubn.s c '.
Hoopii, charged with the larceny of a draft,
was convicted and sentenced to one year's ia
pri onment and fined S100.
stolen pro- j
;
i
Anna, charged with concealing
perty. was dismissed.
Pohc Court.
Satckday, May 5th.
Twenty-three Chinanu n were fined $25 for
refusing to obey the orders of the Fire Marshal.
Monday, May 7th.
Five cases of drunkenness were docketed and
disposed of as nsual.
II. Patek, charged with violating Rule 3 of
Express Regulations, pleaded not puilty, but
was convicted and fined So, costs $1.10.
Kealohu, charged with violating Rule C of
Express Regulations, forfeited bail, $10.
William Lowe, charged with disturbing quiet
of night, forfeited bail, $10.
Ben Nawahini, alias Palo Liilii, charged with
larceny of liquor on board the Kilauea Hou,
pleaded n t guilty, but was convicted in the third
degree, aud ntenced to three monthi' ira-
prison tuf-nt at h lvd lalf-r and fiued $lo, costs
$:j.-v
Tcksdat, Hay H.
Four cases rf Pruukcuuess were docketed and
disposed of as usual.
F. Fereira, charged with attempted rape, w is
remanded.
Chun Hee, charged with assault and battery,
p!ead-Hl not guilty, and after trial was reman led.
T. O. Thrum was charged with libel on Dr.
G. Fitch. A motion was made to dismiss
the case, but this was overrule.l by the Court,
and thea as the defendant ofl'ered no defense he
was committed for trial at the Supreme Court.
F. M. Hatch and John Ktissell for prosecution.
S. B. Dole for defense.
Wednesday, Hay t:h.
Four cases of drunkenness were docketed
nad disposed of as u.sual.
F. Tereira, remanded from the 7th, was egain
remanded.
Kukina, charged vrith the larceny of a- horse,
property of Mr. J. 1. Dowsetc, pleaded guilty,
and was sentenced to eighteen months imprison
ment at hard labor.
Akol, charged with malicious injury, was re
manded until the 10th instant.
Chung Hee, remanded from the 8th, was dis
charged. Ah Kum and Chung Hee were charged with
affray ; Chong Hee pleaded guilty and was fined j
$5, costs $1. Ah Kum convicted and fined $5, ;
costs $1.
Thursday", May 10.
J. Lturu", charged with Yiolating Section 0,
Chapter 27, of Session Laws of 1878, during the
month lust pnet, was remanded until the 27th.
John Rusiel, for defense.
Akoi, remanded from the vth, was ngnm re
manded until the 14th mutant. John Kursell For
defense.
Lua. remanded from the 9th, was found guilty
and fined $5, costs, S3. 40, and his license ordered
to be cancelled.
Feiday, May 11th.
Three cases of drunkenness were docketed
and disposed of as usual.
Paakeokeo, charged with assault and battery
pleaded not guilty, but was convicted and fined
58. costs SI.20.
Kanlukou, alias Kualu, charged with malicious
injurv, pleaded cnilty and was sentenced to 10
day's imprisonment, costs $1. 1
Island Notes.
Hilo, Hawaii.
The criminal cases before the Court here hava
been decided. All the parties arrested for selling
liquor without a license withdrew their appeals
and paid tl.eir fines, excepting Ahona aud Halliuay,
and both of them were convicted by the jury on
the sole evidence ol Burnett and Caspar.
Caspar s case will no tried in Honolulu n a
charge of venu.
Mr. White has recovered aud H walking around
town.
The signers of the celebrated petition that was
forwarded to Honolulu backed down to a man
when interviewed by the Acting Attorney-General
to obtain the evidence which they publicly stated
in their petition was the true cause of the raid on
Caspar and Burnett. They even acknowledged
thet they knew nothing about the cause of the
raid.
A number of the persons who signed the petition
were on the jury who convicted both Halliday and
Aliona.
Hilo, May 8, 1883.
Li A K S A 31 A N' A
9
THE GREAT HERO of ths MALAYS
A ROMANCE.
Ey WALTER MURRAY GIBSON.
Originally I'tublisheAl in the Hawaiian
language, and written especially for the
instruction and entertainment of Ha
waiians. CHAPTERXXV1II.
When the Papuan people understood the de
tetmination of their new Km Lakaainana. who
had inspired such wonder and veneration, to sail
away and probably leave them forever, there
were loud expressions or regret, and some wailing
und lamentation. These ui tuple savages were
really disnppointed and sorrowlul because they
had hoped that their terrible warrior king, so
wondei lully stront; and ekilllul in war, would
help them to fiht and destroy some hostile neigh
bors, on Waineou, and other islands near by,
who came to Papua to plunder and destroy and
to carry off the heads of all whom they killed.
And the reret at the projected departure of
the great chief and his men was genuine on the
pait oi the Papuan women, who had conceived tin
extraordinary attachment tor their Malay lovers.
When the three hundred Papuan youths bad
been eelccted and sent on board the fleet, and
Ltksatnana and his officers had bid adieu to their
Papuan friends, and had gone on board and
signals were made for getting up anchors, and
for speedy departure, then a very remarkable
event took plhcr. When the last boats of the
Malay fleet were leaving the shore, a multitude
ol Papuan women, who had been spending many
days in company with the Malay heroes who
were taking their departure, set up a loud
wail and outcry, and after a while, seized
by a sudden impulse and being led by
Bora, who frantically cried out the name of
her departing lord, they all. to the number of
about three hundred rushed into the sea and
swam towards the ships. As the Malay warriors
and seamen ol the fleet beheld the Papuan
women swimming towards the ships they raiaed
a great shout ol j y, but L iksamana was vexed,
and he comma titled boats to pull towards the
women with orders to urge thair return, an J if
necessary to help carry them back to the shore
again.
Now, as the great chief looked curiously and
wonderingly at the 6chool of women dashing
through the waves, making their way hand over
hand and plunging and rising like porpoiees, he
discovered amidst this throng of extraordinary
swimmers the face and form ol Bora. He thought
he had fully satisfied this devoted girl with many
valuable presents, and that she was reconciled
with his departure; but now he beheld her in a
fretful sea, tosred by a rising wind, and swim
ming with all her strength of limb to join her
love, though still weak in consequence of her
recent wounds. After a time, as he watched.
Bora seemed to strikeout with feeble hands, und
by and by threw up her arms and appeared
about to sink. Then the great and tender heart
of Laksamana could not reMst an impulse of
generous feeling, and he sprung into the sea, and
was soon by the side of 11 ira ; and placing her
on his back swam alongside the warship, and
then carried her in his arms on board.
At the sight of the action and example oTtheir
commander, the Malay warriors, being all ex
perts in the water like all the people of their
great archipelago, plunged into the yielding
waves and went to the rescue of their lovers in
the sea, and they disregarding the orders given
to the boats, escorted the women to tbe fleet,
who were received on board with great rejoicing
But Laksamana was distressed at the event. He
knew, that it he carried away this number of
women with him in war ships, that the discipline
of his men would be destroyed. lie was lully ;
aware that be must set the example by returning ,
his own lover, Bi;ra, to her people on shore. The j
ereat cbief now sent his boat ashore, with orders '
that Gemok and other Papuan chiefs should ;
come off to him. On their arrival he gave them
every assurance that he did not intend to earry .
off" their women in his ships. Then Gemok said
to Laksamana, that it was better that some of .
the women should go away. The Papuan men j
whom they had formerly loved would mutilate or '
kid them, alter the Malay ships had sailed away. :
ije 0j,j c'nef Gemok then proposed to Laksamana
that he and those of his men, who were especially :
attacl'cd to the Papuan women ann all tho!e ;
women now on board should go ashore awhile.
tnat the fliirs should get up anchor and stand out
to sea soma bat further from the shore than ;
their present . place ; that then Laksamana and !
his soldiers should go of! in their bouts again and '
if it happened that the women or any portion of !
them should !t tempt to swim off to the 6hips '
again he should" consent to take such women off !
with him. i. 'i
The great he0 "greed to this proposal. He ;
returned on ehitte wlM abjut five nuudred of his ;
men and the .'hree hundred women, among ;
wIiom was the K'r' Ejrtl whom, notwithstanding
his tenderness towards her, he really wanted to j
leave behind -Then the ships got up their 1
anchor nd N1 out to sea, and after a little
whllo r.,ilraa.nn. .VIH Ben
ho
i
bad landed
again, and
after tbey
got into their boats or
paddled off for tb Qeet. V
had left the shre t!ic band of devoted
womCn, who had n?kel the sea before, again
plunged into tnc tide. Bjr being the foremost.
The l'apuan men. who lined the shore, made
gieat outcries, some coaxing the women to return
to their native friends, and some mocking and jeer
ing them, and tcliirg them that if they were not
eaten by the sharks they would be devoured on
their return to the sh;jrc.
When Lakam.xna and bis men had got on
Iniatd their ships, nnd they l.Xiked towards the
shore, tiiey stw t!,e ripling and swelling tide in a
foam, the Mine as when a school of large fish are
approaching a ship. And there were the devoted
Papuan women w ho risked their lives to follow
their brown-skinned lovers, whom they bad said
were heroic snd tender while their bisck-skmncd
men were weak and fearful. Therefore these
Papuan women were willing to rifk death for the
sake of the new love they had experienced. As
the devoted band struggled along through the
wild stretch of waters, the old physician and
chronicler named Betul, who was on board the
ships of Laksamana, csve utterance to the follow
ing sentiments of a Malay poem rs he watched
the devoted swimmers coming towards tbe fleet :
Oh Love is stronger than the Gods ;
The Cods love as men love ;
It is stronger than a king on his throne :
A king will leave his throne for lov.
It will go through fire and water;
It will cross deserts and wide seas,
And risk the loa cf all things,
Because all things are nothing without loe.
Lak-amana was. aroused by the sight before
him, and by the words recited by t! e old physi
cian; but his memory went hick to the Princes
Uinba at Mcnangkabau. and he thought only f
her dev nio!i and oer l ive. But he could not
withhold some let hug ot tender compassion a
ho dNeernei ia tin; distance the failhlul savage
lover, Bira, strujiling through the naves to
rej-iin him. lie recalled to mind her watchful
ness and fidelity ; how she had twice signally
saved his life. A he watched her struggles his
heart smoke him again, and once more he plunged
into the sea and swam towards the feeble,
wounded, struggling girl; and nt the same time
hundreds of his hdlowers leaped alter him into
the sea to meet their lovers. After eutue effort
the Papuan women were once more on board the
Malay shijs. Wheu Laksamana had placed
Bira up-.n the deck of his ship, the manifested a
most livety and tender affection for her great
lor J. t?he clasped her arms around his knees ;
fche sought to kies his feet, and acted like one
that was frantic with delight.
Li-i-.ii ii .i now made preparations for n
lengthened cruise. Behire tettini out on his
voyage he otdercd the three hundred Papuan
women who iverc determined to follow him, to
he divided among four of the ships where they
would tie associate J witii lite men to whom they
had become especially attached as wives. Thus
every man had his companion on these ships,
and one of the four vesaels was the chiefs royal
flagship; and thus he sought to avoid quarreling
aud fighting among bis own men, which would
be the case it only a port an of the warriors on
any ship bad women and another portion had
none. Laksamana had become quite reconciled
with having the women on the fleet, as his active
and enlightened brain suggested the p is-ihilities
of CNtublirhing colonies on islands which he
should visit and which would recognize the
authority of the sovereign of Sumatra.
When Laksamana was about to order his fl-et
to get up anchor and sail away, some strange
sails hove in siht, and on their tiear approach it
was discovered that they were three prahus
or war ships sent out by order of queen Umba to
obtain some news concerning her beloved lord
Liksamana, and to bear messages to him and to
all his people. The great chief wept as he read
the message of his beloved wife, which was in
scribed on a piece of bamboo in the coniform
written characters of Menangkabu, and read
substantially us follows :
Oh, beloved lord, hast thou fo'ind nny love
sweeter than the love ol umba.' Ihy love is
moic to me than all honors or treasures. It has
borne a sweet fruit, thy daughter, who is like a
star in the sky in which thou art the sun. I
have named her Alma Maui. v hen I kiss her
1 think of thee, oh my lord, in the cave of Nia,
in the tree with the wild man, and when saved
by thee in the palace of Forty ToMers ; and
everywhere I nm in thy arms. Oh my lord, my
chief, my Ioe, can the finding and conquering
of kingdoms satisfy thee better than my love? 1
would rather dwell in a cave with thee than sit
on a throne without thee. (Jo mo back, oh, my
chief and king, and Sumatra and Nia will rejoice.
and I will give thee my lile for thy delight.
ihe newly arrived slops brought many pres
ents and gifts of arms, and some more people
who wished to join in the expedition with Laksa
mana ; an l there were also a numher ot .Malay
women, win hail e.-creted themselves on board
the ship in order to go and join their husbands
who were with L akasatnana. The Malay women
are remarkable for their fidelity and devotion,
and will willingly risk death for the sake of the
man they love. Laksamana placed all these wo
men, about fifty in number, with their husbands
upon one ship. Then he ordered one of the three
ships, that had recently' arrived, to return to
Sumatra to bear messages from him to his wife
Queen Umba, and from all his people to their
friends at home. The great chief thus wrote to
Umba :
1 have kissed thy welcome Wvrds. Thou,
oh Umba, art my fust love and my only love.
iet I have been tender to other women since I
left thee, but no other woman is in my heart.
lo find new kingdoms and to ciuquer them as
thou savest is not as much in my heatt as
thou art, but my bchved, would it be well that
1 should h: savel from being a wild man only to
lie in thy arms? I must do the work declared to
me from the sky and what Arjuno hos told me in
my heart. We shall meet again ; and then we !
shall have done much and 6 u tiered much to make
our love nobler and sweeter than before. In my
heart I kiss my daughter. Guard her well till
we meet, and trust in the love of thine own chief,
Laksamana.
(To be continued.)
As we were on our way to the fire in Tliomaa'
S'juare tbe other afternoon, we were met by a
party returning therefrom, who informed us
that a Chinaman was lseiug burut to death in
the houses' Upon reaching thescene of the fire
we inquired whereabouts the Chinaman was be
ing consumed, and we were laughed at for be
lieving any such absurd story. No one was iu
or around the house, we were told, when the
fire was discovered. Why we should be laughed
at for supposing that this report might be true
we cannot understand, when, the very nest day
we were told a much more improbable story in
reference to political matters, with the assurance
that it was probably true ! It was not, however,
being like the report of the incineration of the
Celestial, only a " Honoluluism."
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E. H. Thacher will continue tha buameaa under tbe late
firru'a name of 1'alnier & Thaclivr. a aumina'l 1 abilities
aud collecting all outstanding acconnva.
(aik-ned) JN. A. TALMFR,
l. tt. 'riiACiifc.it,
Honolulu, May 8tb, 1st:. ruayilta
OKO. W. MACFABLaM,
b. n. mcri;uv'.
G. AY. 3IALTAI.LAXE & CO.
Importers, Commission Merchants
AND
Sugar Factors,
irr-Pri)t'
. ii.iicr,
- 2 Qun.n Stri, H'.rclj'u.
aGlNTS ron
Tbe Waikaiu Sugar Plantation, Mail1,
The Spencer Sugar l'lantation, Hawaii,
TUa Heeia suuar Plantation, Oal n,
Huelo Sut-ar .Mill. Maul,
lluelo Sr.r Plantatlcn, Maui,
Puuloa Sbeep ltanch t o., Hawaii,
J. 1-owler & Co. Steam I low and I'ortatil"! Tiaiuwa?
Works, Leeds,
Mirrleea, Vatson t'o.'a fmar Marhinrry, iUeow.
Glasgow and Honolulu Line f Pai ktts.
ruajl d&w 3ms.
. ai r!;TiP.
h. r. unuaM.
S. IYI. CARTER El CO.,
8 a KING ST It KIT, IIONO l.U IX'. I. I.
Rktu. IVAt.ri s ii
Fire Wood,
Coal fin'l Fcd.
Il Keepera in Partli u'ar, tliat we k-op on lmn I and
for talc in qnan itlpa to mill pur. has.jis and at I owe. I
Kulri, fuel, as follows :
Hard and Stft Woods,
i ut fcUr'ltrUgO: ;
Charcoal, X. 8. Vf., Newcastle Coa,
Scotch Coals aud Ihj
Celebrated Wellington Mine
Pcjiarturd Bay Coals ;
Also, lilailttuiltu'a Coal.
The above cab be orJcred by telephone or otherwise, and
immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE UK V CALT,!
Telephone No. 305.
Wo Also Keep in Stock
California an I N'rw Zt nlnnd :
liarly. Whole and C round ;
Wheat. Corn Whole and Cracked ;
Bran, Miil.ilins, aul o:tmr riM
Ov" Order the above through
Telephone No. 305,
And .! warrant quick delivery, and f.i'l weight. Orders
from the other I-!nn Is fcclV.teti.
FREK DEL1VKRV
to all parts cf the el'y.
Remember, 82 King: f-t i ; t.
And Telephone No. 305.
npi-28 d&w 3m.
L8ST OF LETTERS,
V t mill nlii ir Irt
3 Office May 12. I:t.
tlio (jieliei'Hl l.-t
Ashly, M II
Avery, Harry E
.ndrew. lr an 1 Mr Robt
Alf ir.1, Thomas M
Askew, iiielinnl
It
Uovnton, Mrs F V '.
Boyle, P W
Hoyle. M
Bowman, Mrs II I'
Itiicli, II
liiettevilk'. A .1
Bain h, (ieo
Brown, W
Biiunlni', F J U
Baek, ,loimnu.
liryant, O
Brown, Mrs S K
brooks, Mary
Bowers, Martin
Brown, Mrs K
Hailey, Jos
Iiru.se, it W
llursch, ChiNtian
liaUh. X W
Hlatohford, K
Clark & Co. Messrs C
Cofik, Mrs John
C'hristiens.n, J
Cuddy, Oeo (i
U.
Dawson Bros. Mei-r
Drfrlts Henry 1
Liufl, Frif.'iiiin
lyer, MNs Katu
Dushoug
Uawson
Miss L
Mrs N II
llunn
Iillon, Arthur
lavis Frank K
LiiKliiih, U i
V.
Fo-tcr. Jacob
Foster & Son, Messrs M B
Faven, K S Modesto
Francis, J W
Frvdiiksen. Louise
Flowers, a W
Gillmore, Mrs M A
Gulbranseu, P
Herrmann, It
Iiecktner, Jno
llandcbett, jr, S
Hall & bon. Messrs J
HardiDK. Mm a K
Hopffe, Max
Han is, John
Hutchinson. Thoa
Herbert, Mrs J
Jesus. Fellemina de
Johnston. Win
Judd 4: Lay ton, Mes-rs
Johnson, Eli 2
Kidd, ThoiDii .1
Kirklanl. A W
Kesaler, Cass 2
r izu unions, i.fu
Fairer, H L
Foster, hlia
ti.
Orifuu k Co, Messrs T P
Ortfflths, o S
II.
Hout. H
Hamlin, II H
Hcw.tt & Co, Me.isrs Tejer
lioruer. i-re l
Hiyoali. El win I
llubjii.k Sou, Meis
Hardv. V J
liaises, r.itz
liuiui in, Joe
J.
Jo'inna, Mrs E
Johan 1 1.
Johu,on, Chaa
K.
Kaltofen. Louis
Kiols a t J M 4
K.nu.-y, Mra A P
I.
Lan.legren. A
LKtlehale, P J
M
Mu'ler, E
MiJjr, ' haa V.3
.siornaon. R E
Mi I ten, L
b Ller. W
.Xfill-., Mi Annie
Morton, J T
N.
Nez'n jif, Ti i jiu
O.
O'B.ien, Rot O
I.
Pinkham. G S
t'taver. J.NJ
Phenner, II
Patter on & tlibberl
Prcnzhn, I aul
Q
Q lin, Teter
It.
Reynilds, C il
Hose, Urs Ro-iey
Rk-e.C baric v a
Re iter, l II
Larsson. Ol
Lennord
Lee, Frank
j Morris, Joe
: Maeoni, Joe
I McDonald, Trscv
; Miller, V K
! Mccarthv, R
' Meyer. XV H
Mcl reary. J K
Millard. U
Nelson, N 9
Notley, ilrs M K
Oaten, Fred
Petterson. J G
Pack. M K
Picker, Louis
Penweil, D
Paulsen, Capt
Queen Y C
Richardson,,!! li
Baleisb. Geo
I'.yan, E
Huiz, Filiberto
Kiein, Lv trtto
Shaw, Laurit
Smith, J
Shsffer, D N
Swain. Loni
Simerson, Cha
fijhel. M
f eott, Geo A
Turner, Fred 5
Tort-r, Hewit 4: Co
1'nlerwood, E R
Victor. P A
Sylva. Mitt C
Salt. T A
Spin iey, C C i
Spaldinir. C H
v-anlan, M
Smith, Rev G II
r.
Tomly,
Vieira, M!i M 1
V.
Will nr, Carl
Warner. Geq
Wilson. Andrew
Waikcr. P. II
w ilson. Ja A
Wilev. J W
Wighe), Robt
Wadaworth. Misss M
Ward, Mrs Annie
Wilmington, J 9
Williams, Jno
White at Uro, J li
Wilson, T B
Westraay, R
Ward. Wm A
WoodW S
rarlira enquiring far Lllera la
the abave
LI t, are pnriloiilHrly rrque.led te aab fr
Adrerllard Lelter.s.
. .W. ,
life .u-rtismrnts.
KamehamehaDay
v )
KAPIOLANI PARR
June lltli, 1883.
The following: Gentlemen will comprise
the Committee of Arrangement.:
DR. J. S. McGREW,
H. A. W IDEM ANN,
CECIL DROWN,
II. R. MACFARLANE,
W. G. IRWIN.
A. S. CLEOnORN,
FRANK BROWN.
JAS. D0DD,
EODEET LISHMAN.
JOS. K. WISEMAN, :
StCBKTABT.
Races will Commence at 10
O'clock Sharp.
Programme.
l-PARK PL VTE.
HURDLE RACE One Mile lah.
Free to all, catch weights.
4 Hun!!-.
2 LEAIII CUP.
MULE RACE -On Mile I)ah. 1'rou for all. catch
weights.
3-QUEEN'S CUP.
RACE Ono Milo, la 2
RUNNING
to all.
in 3. Frtsj
4-KIN0 S CUP.
RACK Milo floats, best 3 in 5 lo
Fit to all.
TROTTING
harness.
5-KATJEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE One Milo Daih, for Hawaiian
bred hoi'm-H not having a better record than 1.67
G-REC1P110CITY CUP-
RUNNING RACE Ono Mile, lct 2 in S. Frra to
all Hawaiian bred horse.
7 LUNAMAKAAIN ANA PLATE.
t
TROTTING RACE Milo Heats, best 2 in 8. rv
to all Hawaiian bred boraeii.
8-ORAZIER3 PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 3-4 Mile Dash. T'ica to ail
Hawaiian bred hors'i tv.o ycara dd.
9 -PRINCESS CUP.
l'ONY RACE On Mile Dn-.li. Op -n to all ponies
bred in tho Kingdom n' t river 14 hanfl blub,
catch weights.
10-LUNALILO PLATE.
RUNNING RACE Milo Dash. Oik-ii to all hoiw
bred iu tb Kingdom tluil bavi nrver run at
Kapiolani Pnrli.
11-A1IATEUR CUP.
TROTTING RACE Mile Heala. l'l
harness. Owners to drive.
2 in .1 to
12 -EXPRESS CUP-
TROTTING RACE Ono Mile. Fieo fur all horsr
that have never run in nny public race.
13 Fcot Itace, Bicycle Race, &c.
Purses will be arranged as r.non n the Managing
Committee can conveniently do bo.
All horses entered for Ihe above races will bo
nnder the riontrul of the Judges, and their decision
will -o filial.
All ruin' races will be under the Rule of tha
l'aeiiic Iti'i'id Horf-e Association: rxeeptitir aa to
weights.
All liDi-ses to earry a lidr.
All trotting races will be under thf Rules of tha
National Tiotting Association.
No pool felling will be allowed on the Tark
Kreunds. All horse lliat nrc old in pools will lo
ruled out.
Permits to train horses at the Park tracts ran
bs obtained from the weeretary.
Jockies colors rntist accompany entrance fee.
In order to secure and maiutuin order, no one
will le allowed on the track without tlifl Associa
tion Rade, which may bo obtained on application
tJ the secretary on the Park grounds.
ADMITTANCE TO THE PARK Pedestrians,
free; homes, horses and carriages, 50 ct.; admit
tance to Grand Stand. 1.00.
JOS. E.
WISEMAN,
SKCIll'.TA II V.
may 12
W. E. HERRI CK.
Turning Establishment.
Bethel Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
ti)syl w3m
$10.00 HMWAIU)?
WILLG1VETK.V 1IIIM.1KS REWARD
for the
Arrest and Conviction
Who hliot two ol my Pheep at the
liugf Iit ir IIouho
On Thursday Night Last.
D. K. PYFE.
msy& diwlf.
Hotel Btreet Market.
OVERLAUD STAGE LINE.
liCavcs Nawiliwill for
Koloa and Kapaa Every Tuesday
After arrivals cf Steamer, and
j Returning Friday to Connect
Witii Htcnmci'N.
! Fare S2.50 Each Way.
Ana lor poinu trjona by SprcUI Untrarf. 10 lb.
Bipgage Free.
Saddle Horses Furnished if Desired.
a..-" H. RICE, Pr oprUt
rfV 4
7
nSji.arlaHailr a7"
may il
aCRETART, t
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