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C O M I E R.C I A L ADVERTISER, JUNli 2. 1883.
jwhose novels are. for the most part posses f j?r aud thumb used iu handling it become.
Ned of the negative merit of not being bak japparent, and in an incrediblv short tirnt
in a literary sense r injurious to thcl,t and its wearer become identified with
mlud3 ox the you n if
1 Tl.t. - - . i . - l : f.
iun i-reeuL ate is proline ui rnert
r.rorelist.s who turn out weak, colorless
p'pu-tu res of so-called " home" life, in which
,siiie Heroine (it is almost always a Heroine)
j commences by Loping for nothing, ex
Joecting nothing but deserving everything.
jltistheold storv of Cinderella told overt
Reception at Iolani Palace.
On Friday, Jane 1st, at 12 o'clock noon. Hit
Majesty the King, receded at IoUui r&lace,
Ilia Excellency RoIIin II. Daggett, United States
MlniaUr Resident, Captain C. C. C arpenter, and
o2cet of tb U. S. S. Hartford.
Hi Exellncy Roll in M. Daggett. Captain
Carpenter and officer were met by the King's
Chamberlain at the entrance to the Palace and
wer received by Hia Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs at the head of the stairs, and
then escorted to the audience hall and presented
to Ilia Majesty the King, by Ilia Excellency the
Minister of Foreign Affairs. Hi Etcelleucj
Rollin M. Daggett then presented to lii.i Maj
esty, Captain C. C. Carpenter of the I'. S. S.
Ilailford, who then presented to Hii Mjety
the following officers of the Hartford: Chief
Engineer T. W. Moore, Medical Insrwetor S. D
Kennedy, Fay Iuspoctor II. M. Deuuistoi.p( ,,,,, tiaT1 tjie newspaper or the purely
ticrain and dres-ed up in twenty or thirty
t:h.ipter4 but always with the same result.
Why it should be so is a mystery, but we
Jo not remember of ever having read n
-tory where the average girl of the period
iieaus an averagely nappy life, witu a idiriy
iocni nmoanu witliout nivlng Iirst gone
.through enough trouble to entitle her to
Jroucu more than she eet.
Taking the titles of some of the books as
1-i gwide we can pass from pure fiction to
riving facts. Commencing with "Maradon,
living of Cambodia.' and ending with ''Ants.
Jliees aud aD." Retween these two'
stand the Histories of Greece and the
United States, and Mellville's ''Omoo" and
As far a9 we have examined the list there
fi3 a great deal of good reading to be had at
a very trilling outlay of time ami money.
In the busy life of many here the latter
'.'oinmodity is much more precious than the
2iormer, and still there is time enough if
Improperly cared fr,r to read at least some
Lieut. G.P. Col Tocoresses, Lieut. T. A. II. Xick-tt rashy novel, and the Library afTords u
Is. Lieut. Commander E White. P. A. En". G.F ifaeilitica for doing s at all
Cowie, jr., Lieut. E. F. Qualthrouyb, L. C.
Webster. U. S. M. C.
Ills Majesty was attended by His Ficellencj
Governor Do minis, the Honorable A. 8. Cleg
horn, the Honorable A. F. Judd, Chancellor,
at . -
His Excellency W. M. Gibson. His ETcellcncrM .oura' ,l14-- are experimenting on
Jl E. Bash, His Excellency J. M. Kapena, Col.
C. H, J odd. His Majesty'a Chamberlain. Majoi
E.W. Purvis, Vice-Chamberlain,Col. G. W. Mae-
farlane. Major C. T. Gulick and Major A. Rosa.
Sf a. J. Nakooko ha this day been appointed a
Agent to take acknowledgements t Labor Con
tracts between masters and servants for the Di-
trict of Wailtku, Island of Mani.
JXO. E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Department of Interior, May 22. 133.
lieferring again to nru-.-iiai. wells, we may
date a fiif; of facts which should en-
tilt r.tltor Llonlu -if iiir trrnii n i iwl fi(trc
3ift yet reached the fresh water reservoirs.
jThe Slate Government of Colorado, after!
expending 8100,000 in vain attempts to
tinil artesian water in that St ate.ahanuoneil
all further efforts. A few months sinc. a
gentleman residing in Uolarado, and own
ing a large tra:t f land, was told by a geo-
I i : - a a a a. a i. i l .1....
it and its wearer become identified with! 3
Review the present appearence of a half;
lozen Derby's, for instance, that we know
were all purchased bv their wearers at aboutM
tne same lime.
Here is one that looks almost as good a?
new, with its original shape but slighty al
tered, and fetill, their is an air about it of
juiet dignity, of reserve and alertness thats
?alls to mind the distinguished man off-1
iipiuiuav,,?) nunc lut: auscutc ui aus i ii . i
cular evidence of its beingoften lifted shows. ?
that its owner satisfies himself bv recogniz
mg bis friend by a waive of the hand rather
than with a touch of the hat. j
The next one is a little out of shape
both before and behind, and 13 ouite brown
with dust. Used carelessly, pulled on in a
hurry, its owner is recoenised as rather a
nervous man of bu-iness, who hasn't time
to take his hat off to anybody, and who,
when he claps it on his head, intends it to
tay tnere for some time. Another speci
men is carefully brushed, and retains very
much of its original newness. A look in
side shows that the silk lining is but little
worn or discolored, and in short there is
every Judication of its belonging to one of
our " elegant " young men. Here is another
that has " rowdy," "hoodlum.' "loarer"
written all over it. It has been dented in
tJand straightened out again ; stained and
Ismudged n u til it looks dilapidated and
LI In contrast with this is one that ha
Ingrown fat from its wearer. Its rolled brimj
4has a portly roll : its crown is broader,!
Imore squat and bulgy than it was wheni
new, w ii ne tne lining nas oeen sattiraieu
lover and over again with perspiration. The'
lunger marks show that it Is often seized by
.1. gjj . ... . .. . , . . . . ... 1 ' . ..Ml. - -
aud its foes, and, as we staud by these graTcJl"l:1"!tr n!c Jin tmr cars; bl hI
lledre ourselves that the meuiorr of our de:ul j'Ilr '?''t- Our o: iicMcot and brvr
shall fatrengthen in us all a more loyal jwitriot-
The Ofiieer of the Day, Comrade Emerson.
then advanced, and niacins flowers upon thfS
.;rave said :
Iu vour name, niv Comrades, I lay these
r:)f-mori;tl flowers upon this grave which repre
sents the craves of all who died in tne saereu
iiu- of our country. Our floral tribute -shall
wither. Let the tender fraternal feeling for
which it stundn rn-lure until the touch of death
diull chill the Wiirm pulse beats of our heart.
The ijrnvis weis then decorated by the Post,
aiacy of th ir fii.-u ls al ;o joining iu the simple
but iniyte?,ive cereiuouv. Aiter a brief interval
of silence the band played a hymn.
Mrs. W. J. Hopper then ascen ded the rostrum
and delivered in an eloquent and impressive
manner that beautiful poem, " The Blue and the
The Itev. .1. A. Cruzau, then delivered the fol
flowing oration in his usual able manner:
Mr. Minister Ketiilrnt. Comrade of Geo. tlf .'tail
Post, American. Ladies and GenVemen :
Memorial Day gives us pause in our feverish life
race. It bids u remember. Stundius among the
graves of the dead, sniTOUnded by the- living
witnesses, aud that Greater host of invisible wit
nesses. " the Grand Armv of our Patriot Dead, we
whit'h Webster, the keen sighted aw, has ovur
reread the whole heavens. Its tieive iszag liuht-
aings strike terror to the heart of every patriot
At Sumter it begins to drop its bloody rain. T!.
south mad.lv springs to arui.
Tlieu we stand. for a little moment
71 1 1... . . . f
ft we set'
nee u:,rt- in the ras-'. rr and earnnce of tntik-
Then the tumult stills; the war-clouds lift: vic
tory and jai-c at !at. This army the Army o'
mr Dead once were passes in review Ufore thi
nation. It nles ist with noiseless tread. lnnerel
with iKaiV. and lu'.irelevl with fadeless renown
1' ountless ceiue: l ies are its camping ground. It.
1 iRtxc vtxtiuwnu.
I FOR SAX FRANCISCO.
Amongst hats that are only suited to n)
" The sad apertjunt of asuicUe ! while
They break the liiiks f.f uui u ! They light
The tire of hell to wii-ld anew the cliaiu
oa that red aavd where each blow u pais."
Ve shudder as we see the dread reality of Webster's
vision : l bi sun in tne neaven sinning on tin
L i ,. i - i i n,:? OIOKL'II I ragmen i oi a ouctr Glorious i m..n - a
r .peculiar biyie, i . e suii-ueunei wauua prt-"M,ana a.cn.hed with fratemal blood !"
lemiiieiii. one iuai in miy cart Imt. not till unholv bands have torn down the
iione wunoui looKing HKe a guy, wime io )U dag wluch oar tathei and thrin tave us. audi.
me niiietii tney Hre oecoming. K3trailed it in the dint amid jeers and ridicule, doe?
logist that there was probably a coal depe-LJmost people, as its pliable make admits of Lincoln, turn his face northward and ask for help
rllts beillr turned UD in iront lor I IP IWsv.M.v it ny laairic, comranes. uriijaous, armies spring
?o-ahead man: behind for the caIculatincSito life in a moment. Citizens, who never kuew-(
site in the vicinity, and advised him to
tin re with nrtpsinn nntviratus with a view
of finding coal. He did so, and at a depthl?enius ; on one side for the rakish party :S "r Jie-,uii
Makaaoanoa, Jr., haa thi day been Com mis
iened a keeper of the round for etraya at TLi
lua. North Kona, Hawaii, in place of Makanoana
'sen., deceased. EEKAULIEF.
Ooverne of Hawaii.
Hilo. Hawaii, Hay 22, 1833.
W. II. Johaon haa this day been Commissioned
a keeper of the Pound for eitrayi at Lehnula-uka
Kona. Hawaii. KFKAULIEK,
Governess of Hawaii.
Hilo. Hawaii, May 22. 1933. jun2 3t.
of less than 4ot) fet has recently struck
artesian water, sufficient to irrigate his
land, and render it iranv thnes more valu-
fible than it tviw before the discoverj'.
Those who know wlmt Colorailo laws are,
will understand the value of the discovery,
4 1 1 1 IIIJ
ton both for the
war. tear themselves awav from
averaere wearer, an. 1 iU allies ' ... V - . .. . A.. , "
i .. .,r 4i. . !,,i.,ivswiiicii inev love more man an eise. i ne inns an.i
se styles, and with the crown p nchetlv ... . fNew Fll ... ,linilIlta:1J, ,lf r.elin.
in as u reiiiuii3t;eiii"P oi iu war in intrj
United Statess.. R
home men have a number, ot hats otSfbe nasrs of war. hke sto.ra birds, dv to the front
hfferent style and make, w'hile others weara for four vear war's furnace-blast beat hotlv
arap-nrrs blaze ::i evirv loval American heart
Its victories emblazon the starry banner with
-nightly records, of which every lover of fredon-.
The treat t rencn soldier, Ij Tour D'Auverrne.
:he hero of many battles, j-erstsred in remaining h
omniou soldier m the raiiks. Napoleon sent huv.
jj. sword mscritied. l'irsf aiianr7 the ereuadier!-
iterance. u lieu he frll iu the neld of battle
:he r.uiperor ordered his heart embalmed and
daoed in a ndver ca.-ket. which he entrusted to the
keeDins of his comrianT. wirh th iommin.1 ilia-
iiiU nstne should be called at everv roll-call, and
u.ruiuoi areaauirr sntuia resioaa. ieau
n the field of liouor I" One million fiv.' hundred
thousand American I"An vergnes went out fromt
:he loyal North at the call of countrv : thiiei
hundred thouand felt dead on the field f honor
t.ach year others as brave, as true, as heroic as
lthey--who also served their countrv iu her trial
hour fall by our side. In yonder Kiur street
emeiery, with the rythmic l?at of old ocean for
his requiem, sleeps Comrade U.irrv Rose : yonder
jnder the shadow of hound Top and Taiitalu-
ret Comvadf .Twkos Cunton McKy : and herr
'at our feet, guarded bv these cverlastini; hills
iies the dusr'jf t.'umrade J. liis Iuckson-- brave
men and true, whose warfare is o'er men worthv
I 'l the honor which we, as the reuresentaties ot
America, pay them to-day. Si-andiug iu th
prescence of the liviua and the dead, with our
hearts filled with sacred tender memories, and out
ye;, with tears, woure h;i-hed int silence.
ttt-st, ouir.h.---, r.-t iu I slfp :
the though! i.f nu-n shall be
sent iuels to keep
Your rest troiu tiangtr irr
s i'onr silfut lenis cf pm-n
We di'i k with irarant rt.iwer ;
Yours hi the sutjerinj teen.
The laemorv ehH be our."
ti:i: amkuicaN i'A1:k
jlNil.K, M AS l t Ii.
Will Ilnve Quick Dispatch for the Above
Fur h rnht .r l-sage lply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.,
lf.t:c? ot Mortgagees' Intention to Fore
close and of &l.'-
I hanks t-.
i,c ( ii our trii
i ns.rtunity to rxpr- our
C. Crst. the new commander of
i-i an.i miirtentlH-
l.u.l l.-i:il"on. loi -ni
fr. to ranciw o i
. .. . . 41 all IHOKM
We ch. iftill.v mvmmcmi . ar.. - ...
wilo would l:e - witl1 a nJ
id.as-nt K-.ulcuat, on the rolling deep.
siKIJl- T. H. Harrison. George Saer. B. K
Haislij. leon;e (Jte.-. Capt. JatneWoLnson.
an.1 family. .nil 'n'(1'- '
.. . ....... ..... i., . u.U.).. Sift t llx -
1 AO Ut;iA. t. 1 " ' - . I
uua lo III r. lUekerton. ! Ml. day ej ti inbrr.
Kecorded iu Liber folio li m Ihf llaw..u Kefitiy ol
Nutic-e is hrebr xtvu tint sni.lK.rbii.l I', l.ickeitou
ifalcud to foreclose ai-l il.Ti t l r coiiditiou. I.rokeii.
tod uoou said forcK-ui will srll th.? MorlKeil proilly
fit Public Aui ti. in at Sl-s-riHiiu of K P. .lo, on i
T ardav. Soth dav of .tuue. ls.s.1. kl I' m. ol ssid U .
1 -i . ' l ..... .'...I ...... ,r:..t..l at P.ltlMlllU. klHilAU-
l..a. Island of Oahu. K. V. BU Kl.UtUN.
lt.l Honolulu. June 2. ls-.t. Mortae
Fuuher ), articular- can be bud i f I!. K. ho k.rtou.
Notice of Mortgagees' Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
KJ 1 S A " 'RDANri: V. I I II A
Mft FR ilK S il l! Ci.-
,iv t -n aK . ..... vi..rt.i.n. m..(M ). llilili lirl.
Snnd Kiti (k. to H. I. !'...Ae!t...i, J.l-I Jim- 10-ii. IS '.
ESUet-u.di-d in i.ib.-r u'., fr- T.S Hi ttii llswaurtu l'..-ifHiry
plot I n-ls.
P3 Nctiee ia hereby Hicu H .! ' A.-itoii iiit.tli.ts
to f rechwe aid Mortagf lor conditions br.A. n and upon
Fm.t ton-. 1-K.ure will sell the Mortaed .ni-i-it.v at 1'ub-
After a beue.lic.iou the Post aCaio formed liu-fl
and ui.ir he. I to the cciueterv n the opposite J i lA-' V-'V- r,3 ,u be sold is sOunt-a at vi'ailiki, 1-UuJ of
, ... "-.. .i.i.i.u. ndde..ribr.liu Koyal 1'ateiil No. :'.1T4, c.utMiuiUrt
sioc- id (he road, aud there .l.v.oate.l the ii.ivily-4 t.iih, ,.re, r. k. itlt'KKRToN,
ilot. The comparatively lwentlv duii i-five o.fg ixted Honolulu, Jui 2, list. Moiuae.-.
' . -,- K.inl.rr l.aili.-u n cmu be h..l of It. ! Ui. Lertoli
I fOuptiiiu Hope, H. ., also m.-t vith .lr-.ned j.iti;t t.
In silence the I'o.it hit the sileutil"" ...
Notice 01 mortgagees mienuou 10 roie-
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
Noiiio l Slilinrs.
rnui. m:w wr.i h.i si h k nn.
I ne i...w coiui'leted. Mrcl.an.li. intruded if.wahlp
uient bv ve-selsof the atK.ve liu will be rts'eive.1 fraa of
Moiage. aud receipts I .Ilea lor oauie.
Insurance in iueiihmiilie while iu the
Win. C. Irwin & Co.,
A.rsTs O. S. t. t'u
I I' )NOLlII.U
Fire Department !
ivlvania, and the prairies of the Mississippi Vulleyi
-.eem alive with sharp swor.ts and glittering anus
ampiug groui.d of their diud comrades.
The .-ereui..uies 1 iuj nnled, the Post count-
jcituav: bed i their headquarters, the baud plY
itiy u series i.i lively Aiotii.-aii nirs throughout
e line of to: rcb. At f 1" i-.ii. thev brohe
IraiikK, ;iud thus tet n.inatc.i the foitaal ob:-:evvance
t tho d.iv.
is worth i- milch or mote thau a fone till it's too shabby for fuither use, andupou our "patriot army. They dra thetuselvel
coal deposit e would have been
The other encouraging fact refei red to, i
tlie at te.sian well sunk by the rich Chicago
i a r rs . ..ii . I. : . n r... ; T
nieri limit, .ir. raiwi-n, un nn pnpciijf '"jr
i .. i. , r o... : . . ... i . ii .-. , ... I i . v
lilt? Iie.il l t lllitV tllT nucic .111 IH1.-I mini
fatternr'tsliail proved failures. Thia gentle-
man persevefeu m 1113 eiioii im 1111 u""k
apparatus reached a depth of over 22UO feet,
Iwheu suddenly the water was thrown out
T . n . f .11. 1 . 1
10 a nigiit 01 over ou ieet ana naa couiinueu
ta flow and furnish an ample supply, carry
ing It to the Inchest floor or tne largest
structure in Chicago. These results, ob
tained in localities where laree sums ot
Imonev had previonslv been expended with
!out success, seem to give hope that artesian
.ner mav vet be obtained, at least on
Kauai and Maui. ' '
then buy a new one. The first ceuerallvr5ijve' the weary march ; hunger and thirst torturs
think more of their dress than of comfort ;i them : exposure, disease, ahot ; and shell, and
the last are the most independeut. yi.eiiisi, prison ien. uo then- ternnie work, j nen
Rnl whMever mar h ll.o stvlonf mnn'sV?'''1 Appomattox, and peace, and a restored
i, i if i iinMa wi.4 " I'ut. alas ! at what puce! AKrau4nnv
f j f ff All II II ' rrtrS 1 OOl'.VinJ .IIIUl .ieilI l lllltlll III lllu i.3
lfUL'11 ULllt?I. ZAI1U 11UU1 fll 11 IUUIC lillCtt ll.Clllr . .... 1 rf 41, I..,. ... .1. .-.
F . .. . . . . ' J V- 1 1UII1 I'l.v V111& UI llie i.iiiu I.. liic umti Tv r,-. t
MWiiu iiiuxcuiiiie ueau gear, a iiej
(truest will crab ins own particular
Piece as quicitiy ana unerringly as wm uur-s
old hen select her callow cluck trom oui a5r j.,, We sc the old flae once more iu iis honored
lozen broods. Molace : the Union restored : tho sin and the shame'
1:1' . . . . mi : . . "
... i-jol iiavery ar gona iwievei;. - -" "
L- r-CoTiient . We have gained that which i-.
' " " Riforiceles.s.
t'-J Decoratioti Dav hids Americans everywhere
DeCOratifvorSrarnonifit. Mdw 51ft. IRga. fef pause and remember these things. It i a day!
Su er-kB at Uotli..
In th.- evening almost all those who httd turned
iit i tit.-, vntil-a -if llt Put .liieiurr ttik na
iint led nl the Hawaiian Hotel, aud sat Jownj
to an inform. il little supper. The spread purtooks
r, a departingf lkr0l.c ii hearted women, bowing over their orphans. ,
articu!ar head Jaud hear I.achaels weeping for-their children, au.lw'S
lgly as will an!;3ravids lamenting for their Absaloms.
71 i . i . , t . r .i r-
J3Souiew oi lite omul.- oi oiirt oi luose v. .imp
Ail'ire " feasts that
close and f Sale.
IN ACloKinX. K WITH A P.iWKU 4r HA I.t l'iN
'1' A I N Y.I) iu k cei tuiii Mort'nf njiide l Kiuill.au I In
nJ I'. B. M!i,e 10 A I f'arfwri jht. Administrator id th-
K.Btlteof il-eea-.eil.ilat.sl -.is- ,t,y t S.ileu.-
ber. lSTTa. Ho ordeJ in l.ih.r la ( -i" in t u. tlnviiimi
Registry id Heeds.
Notice is hereby ;ivei that t.d A. J. a.twriht iu
jtemls to f-irech.ee sa.tl luortaje for iiiiuliiumi hrot.rn,
fana upon said fnvclosiire will sell lti MoriKae.l jr..-
.Sri .JB&fUVtK TU" ...... v. . s. v.. . - .".-.I. j ... . ..............
r-.inp.v 'tiitl, iUv rtf June IhX'I it 1 l nl Kui.l .lav.
t he Morta'eil .roerty to ie aul.l are lan.ls uluuie t at
aikiki. Island of Oahu. And aUo all the share and ii-
tereit of said I". U Maho.- in the Ahuiud' of Aiioaianii,
Papaa, aud Uoioaa, si:uste.l o i l.dsuil t kanai.
A J. a .: i ninii i .
or i ( ; i
. - Earthquakea.
JUNE 2, 1883.
DEATH OF PRINCESS RUTH.
I Her Highness the Princess Rnth Keeliko-
- lanl died at Kailua, Hawaii, on Thursday
i list at about 9 a.m. The venerable rrlnces.4
J vu slitrhtlv lick with fever for a number
The American Journal of faience
la. contains au interesting article on;
earthquake phenomena in relation to at
mospheric pressure, observations in Japan,
true, loyal citizen of
-acred and revered by every
ritA orfi.li inn mi.-v i r. ia n. .iiv inflii ru 11 1 flii.iff i.; . i .. . .. i . , ,
Wednendav. the Sflth i.f Mov wai nniverllv! " " . Tir.' .i r;Mu,,Jr " I"""'" '. uruy .liter wnicu
observed iu this city ns "Memorial Day. "F$iug of which has been trusted te an organization MT'lt,'' -d 'Light ; out " were sounded, and
Place of husiiiM closed ii.d the -jreetaMlhe -',anJ Arm? 01 lw-pnblic, which has for itl lthe coiupaay dispersed well pleased with the
foundation and sur.imn none of tha ordinary
tii-.vA fhri a.il cm ti if v i.f a Sint.li:if li .lai Tn or.r-9 . ........ l .A i..,..M . i : . .
r l ... ... .. ... M - ... . f.-ii csoui i i r&ui iru iu iu i.ccj line mc spun uu
1 Icordauee with orders previously issueJ. the Geo. i!l vigor of such bodies ; an organization which has
no political Luuiaiiou3, sciiemea aiiu purposu.t
V. De Lcn
Itl. A. II., met
extending over a considerable period off Street at 3 p.
.t k.:...i:nDA.I ! I
time beinsr discussed
Japan H pre-eminently a country of
. . . . . 1!.. - . 1 , . 1 .
ijeariliquaKes as me list. gien aoiiniiaiuiy ,
ItestiQes. and Dr. Thos. H. Street, U. S.
JNavv, the author of the article refused to
2eonclude that while "'the barometer gives
Ino indication or the approach of an eartn-j
7quake, they are ..-associate- with a
comparatively h'ijih tute of atmospheric
ipressure. About 7 per cent of them pro-'
foeeded or accompaiiMti rainy or threaten
Post No. 4j. Depart, of Cala
or tlixair lian.1 nniriara nti
After answering the roll call,
which has no mystic and imposing ritea and insig-j
Port Vji.ia ; no captivating legends that link it with clii-j
the comrades were joined by the following offi
cers of the V. S. S. Hertford : laeut.-Com-
a . 11.,.. II . Il v, 1 I 11 Pi t 1 V
t'ui iirnur I'Cihi, - I lit- .anil j ana VV, i
n. IT..:, e.-. i .irru. : j .
iHawuii' were lnlv ivuit in!rrel. aud the toasts
oiiu-tiiiieb, fell to the lot of
iP soldier tu i ne uuu'i ti. .voiiie goo.i apres
touprr thing-, were s.-.id, and many odd and in
terestitio nersotial reiiiiiiii.ceu.e-4 or the ,Apr
........ t ... --- - - - .
Uebeiiion. of Meiico. of 13P2 and 1
Paled I'oululu, Juue -J. IS X MoiIh
urther parlicula: tan he had ot H. K. Hi. Leitou.
torney for Morta: ee.
uutr i . . .
Atliiiinistralor's Sale of
llie Annua. Klcctiou
1) Y VIR'fVK OF AN OhDKR OF SALE -R N I Kl ; For the Uou.dalii Kir
1 by the Honorable I'l'iijinnu 11. Aiit-l.u t.lttni aa a
uoander llarthon, Chief Engineer J. W. Moore,
?Lailiirin nun t siitiHi. u. il. v im.a
fniulimr tin nliftin i-,f a titnrtt nrilfiv cnTincptini' irtfVj
i'-irt ith the weird and inscrutable ra cords of the past.E
;3-!or reachine, bv the transmission of blood,
Judge in Probate, ou tbe 21st dav of Mav. A I. 1S8:I. the
undersigned will Bell at 1 "iridic Aurtion. In front rf the
office ol 1. H. HITf HCOI K. Am tioueer. lit!... Ulat.d ol
Uawail, at 10 o clock a. m..
On Saturday, the 23 day June, '83
For Cash on the Kircutiou ot Tiilu I.'ds.
lal All those Three certain l.mvi- i.l..ii-tvn.
H Hm.u.ui r,. W,.,ll k' 1.... u..:t :
Iu Colltiectioil with ihe report of the " MeuiO-lfnow belD and Hituaic ou the laud 01 prcuilea at Mu llii.
i Hilo, (hereunder descrllmil in I..4 .. V). These liuild
f lings to be removed from the land b.v tilt- pur. Ims.-i witiiin
:itwo nontU's front the Fale. One ol the lluildiiiifs in a
--jtarge uweinn ik.iic ami More. All can be euari.v iv
fimoved. S J 2d All that certain piece or arcl r.t I.aud si!u iled
I 4 at Maulilii, Hilo. Inland cf liawaii, and il. s.-rih.-d in Koyal
rri . . ii . i . i ( i niciii - l. io;m. n iHiruem ou ii Hiiiiea Mreaiu ana on-
The fjommaiider desires to erpreas his thank8taina 24 acres. To be nold wiibnt the u.uldinua iheico'.
aa Ii. il.aa
I'rl-m ! infill Hill I kkt Jti L Ni. 'J.
l.nili. 11,11 . . aVl.w.l.a...,1.. 1 .ws.ai.. I1,.... ot.t
On Monday Evening
rial Day " proceeilius we puhlisb the following
r.-Lo. P. C. A.
Headquarters Geo. W. De Loug Post,
No. 45. Dept. of Cala., G. A. Ii.,
Honolulu, June 1, 18S3.
f e - a a. it.,
ill ll III. I lui ill i-'a iiMiiJivi u,t vtiL A. lull low ,v uvi ai .i 11." T.- a 1 1 - i w i i a . TL a . .. .
ISnrcreoi, fArstiller. Pnv Insnpctor H. M. nen.!('9iinni nf tin. i-mat nnrl of tli. fnliirp fin thn cr.n-E ll" . " " -""J--". ivaiuuaioi i. aucinis . aoineijf ana auujeci .o monins pr,vi!eKa lor the pnr.h .er. ol
rarv .eexWenoe of the Grand irmv of he e-l,mlf'r3' dso ,n nvT"or J. O. Dominis. for hisX"e ounaiugs to remove i t,e,. a valuable investment,
fuiston, Lieutenant L. C. Webster, aud Messrs. trarv the existent or ti t . ,f The above tr.t.riy is . p.rt d the eatate of ivtero w.
. . in iiiic. uaies uui a, ew vtnrs muck, anu u lew vcLirs wu v .k vb- 1 . -..... . .a
To the Indies and" gentlemen who iV lVobe iLVthe hase,.
iii a tiu l.n e lA nr a va lit stl.' and n fuw a'ii 2 7
J. II. Payer, J. G. Doyle, W. II. Fletcher, aud Whence it will cease to be. With the end of the pre-
in w n i r v i.i. : a ii.n f'...n,i
of day? preceding her death, hot nothing
serious was apprehended. For some time ling weather or heralded clearing veathei."
, . . . . t , l Uhis, tne autnor goes r.n io say -migni im-
paat the. Princes had been suffering fromj ply some reiation but, Inasmuch as the
.--beait'dlsease, atid it Is probable that the: .climate of Japm is remarkable for its hu
' , . ' . , , .. .A.lmiditj', "this connection is probably only
fever weakened her system so that the old? f incidental."
miivumrwlfilal. La With in here if has been noticed that
, A. rL. iearthnuakes areaiiiiost always preceeded?
Princess Rath was born on the 9th of-by unselt!ed gloomy weather, so much so
I r ebruary, isia, oeing mereiore in nerit4iii 'o- wiiimiu5 "'"
f 66th year when she died. She wa
. . . . . . , r e T- .. - 1. 1 A l.. E
j I oaagmer o me cnieiess i uuui uu viov "
i enior Kekaanaoa, lister of the late Kama-!
t ; hamehasIV. and V. She was first coii?In-1 'there apiears to be an even balance be-l
... ,r r, t T;e. nniQJJtween the time of the autumnal equinox!
m iiuu. una. w ....-1't f jand the time or iiie irreatest irequency oil
a sister-in-law of Iler Majesty the Dowager! earthquake shocks." The opinion usually
.Qaeen Emma. The remains of Her late
"noral Highness lay in State in her late
magnificent residence on Emma street yes
terday. from 1 to 5 o'clock p. m. A large
number of people both foreigners and
natives called to pay final tributes of re
lgoftcn called "regular earthquake weather."!
the, ji,. rsaiwt tlin mil linr'a aTnpripnpp h.isl
i! him fo a lifTerpnt conclusion from thnt
fnnoMt Anrarra inil liT ntitorrAro rkf tliict
enior Kekaanaoa, ister of the late Kame-J J(.jass Df terreMial disturbance. He states!
held (and we may say supported by records
kept here). that earthquakes are asso-
CUll I'll Willi nit; rijuiuuLiiiai jrciiuii ui ill -i
mospberic disturbance. F
It would be? well If there was a more sys-J
tematic reflord Kept nere oi siiocks, anuj
JageJ veterans white with the winter snows of three
'Vseore years, who will hanil down to thoir children s.
V. J. Grarubs. Cadet midshipmen.
2 ilaDV of the Comrades beinz ubsent.
itupos3ibla to runster in full force. The follow-
incr answered the roll call: C.untnaader It. W.'jreluldren the traditions of tha caauii-hres and battle
r . r. i-i i a i v- i. fSfilelds of the war. Not onlv is the existence of the
Lame, Senior .ee-ComiuanJer Samuel Nott,fJaml ArInv ,lf h- Remibiic limited in the at
Junior Vice-ConimanJ.?r EldridiJe, Adjutant C. Wand in tbe future, but its members, men now in
v rr.i.i nnurmnctiF p .T n. f h .?v ru iddle 1 ife, preser ving none of t he embel I Mnn ents-
-' - a.i uvixi, waai.aa-ia..a . w a w a a . - J - . . .
' ai" . . .f nn iiartf trttiiiitifr in Tilnni arhrP firli frriin
a l n W s t 1 r r f t rJ aaaaa.fcaiav aa 0 ' i . . .
ilftlU 1. Ij. liarfct. rIirSPOU .:. Hawaii ; ii. It.ltl.amvKnnrfnn.l lmmfH- wm.m of thPirniina
- . ... ... ... V 7 1 Tl . i . - . . , , , t&Lm - - - -" " "
V sent century the urand Army or the j:epubi wiUAiKumi.y roummui no vers, nua assistea to iieco-M ftV Further isrti ur. m.v in hiino.i ..r ti. nn.i.r
n.,ai)0 a reuc oi xno ynt ; a wui consist oi oniy a iew.ar.iie r urr a- in-fi i uuren mi emorial baubath. 'Af signed at Honolulu, or f-f l. it
tf?TfTM.i vortkronu tvltifn with fliA 1 n rr ciriva nf t li T'l TVi tit I..ll. uho .-.-v fa...l. ,A M, l 1.1 A v'i ii t lo.
Emerson, Offi. of Day; J. Simouaou, jr.. Oft', of irstion. make no pretense to tinsel and nhow whi.-l
jt-Major; W. McCandlefI,tiTat V'e fan,e-v rnd Y? thr "or "l
i t i n t n ?4,er'4- And yet the Grand Army of the Republic
les? J. A. Cruzan, T. Cavey,';gt.aspS ti,e heart of its member, and the ffreai
Ito this end we would recommend that those?-J a. , . , , . r ...
jwho may notice such disturbances, no mat-f Jniflep, 1st Wash. Tu.; R. G. S
iGJ.; J. D. Arnold, Sgt-Maj
Qm. Sergeaut; Comrnr
I, Allen..!. S. HcGrcw. Samuel McKeacrue. T. Skllieart of"meriea, as no other organization. Why
P. Goodwin. J. II. Dalev. W. R Williams. J.!SBfcause " .is,bilseJ ulwn nd "' Kraudg
. Wrigh,, and C, W. Smith: The following' ' M Lt'of th.-e.i- fraternity. One of 1 1
uamea veterans aiso joineu in ine rauss: ci.cour loiijh ot union, tne spring oi our eninusiajui
f? i . ,.t Ti.f.r.id PacI t,' t ti r;,..,vis the lov which the true eitizeu-soldier bear for
' ' f jlni ooiiirade, dead 4or alive. Sof profound is tlii
uuuie, ou i. jii.;j. i. v.opei.iua, ji m.i, ;ff?elinu-that it is wrousrht-into the verv lif of eer
T. A. Coodwin. son of veteran. F.d. Harvev. i:veterati. lie lount- every true soldier of thej
T . v T Tr;,.:.,c -iv t . ri T fejijreat lcepiiblii: yonder, his brother. Fraternity i
Mass. In.; 1. -I. Higgins, 3d t. Iu., F.d. Lyean, MCml .(irJ . WlulH ,he hmrti of veteralls ro
4th Iowa In.; l. Lyons, 2J Me. In.; J. II. T.ove-i?.;ether and weaves a mystic thread from every
sjoy, Masters mate " iaiipoosa;
U. S. S. ' Hartford: ' Frank
B. Sillowav, Mexican eterau
Jio ine laiio'.s wuo so tredv save their valuable
n .. . .... ....
Ullli.. nil. I -ll'tlfl.1 Cl'ill 'It- tlk I. oil i ...., ri,.o.
ttie tlorai contributions which Ioviue? hands had
mude a desert of their -'aniens, in order that!
ithis ' Memorial 11 i'' liii .ht be lonw mio.
To the oflief-rs ol (he never to be forgotten
Hartford, to the public geii'.-iaily who ragardlessSl
)f creed or nationality, joined with one accordlf
ito celrbrate the dav dear to .id American hearts.
To Mis. W. Ij. llupj.i i- f.u her beautiful rendi-J
lion of the poem. The- Hi tie and the Grev''.3
To Comrade Cru:-..ni for his very able remarks,
md last but not lea.d. t- tlo' veterans who came
iter how flight they may be, and let the?
Itz clipse Expedition
A visit to the Hartford on Thursday gavf
t a . 1 1. a I ! . . I. n.,l.l t
1DMt to the decea-sed Priocew. The casket! ,eve,,t ut? ii""B -
containing the remains was placet! in the
elegant drawing room mau ka of the hall
leadinz from the main front entrance of the;
1 Four alt. nd.n.3. C. bearing a, '"gllto'lS STSStS
kahili were diposel on either Hide of tlieWi0me interetins particular iu relation toa
cataalc which waa covered with wreaths) Jthe visit of the Ken, . Party to t arolme
ciHuiii. m..o. I Jlsland and of their experience there. 1-rom
of Cowers. The funeral of Her late Royali Jmembers of tiie party we learned that from
nn.i..ni..nClinF.ioV Tnnot-lthe time they were landed on the islet so;
.0 iiiKuairv,... Mwa.. j fortuitously located for this special occasion
ri lGth, when her remains will be placed inj j;u the Imniediato track of the moon's
iw. r t .f.K.T.'0m0),mpl, in n.JIdiadow as it would sweep across the Pucifie.
I dxausuicus w m a f.-l., wmI hur ntlaii. o.l I mm
Uu, yui.j t.
From the Daily.)
Precaution of the Board of Health.
ami tbat their observations were ourriei on
in.lAP ovAnnr intiollv fa fnro hi a r! rii m.
J The party was coniosed of Prof. Kd. S
I jllehleii Director of the WasHburn Ob-il-iervatory
at Medina, Wis., Mr. C. H.
M Rockwell, who uccompanied the party as
7:in amateur;" Dr. Hastings, Prof. I'hy
. , , A"ics at the John Hopkins Institute, Haiti
A report was reeeiveu iy uie aru oimo Mt Knsljsn j s. Brown, U. .S. N
lieaitu per watuao '"ty-Mt- che to Naval
Thompson, me uovernineiii pyinaii "'fjS.Mr. 1'iestou
Kohala. stating inai ne was irrawiiK lil!H WXlr. Wilson
of what be supposeu ai nrsi m an oruin-TheJV wvre two j..!;, observers with thri'
ary eruptive disease, but which had 'e-rf1)artVt Messrs. II. A. Lawrence and C. C
transferred at Callao, to thti
IT.-irtfnrii in f;irrli t. "nil t (.nil fur Parn-
" Murnhev 2ioIdier s b'1''- and desolated home, to eacU
- rJ . i . i . i f..,i:.., ...i.:,.k
f . kW t T -1 ViL'ulJ..u:- 3 lieu ii. aiiu in iiii " i. it wiiun
.May, 1 a. in.; JvSus forth eich succeeding year, with ever a warmer
r"t...iii .;L.'n....i .....t. .r. I,. ;. tii
.u... ... . . w L.a nil ;iiv.w. ...t...... ... . v. ... .-... ... .
hilt ranks, aud with
.'igwall. 72 III. Ill
hearts hushed witii tears, audi;
1 UV 1 lsi luuuru ill nil.. t J J. I . . .u . ,
in about 45 ruiik aud file. Headed by the P.oyalsfe
Tallin. 14 rilli.fl n-ith ttiivvrn niUe nor Macre.l iitlirritii-
nunibet- to the graves of our dead compatriots.
And our love for these dead and living coin-:
Hawaiian Band, thev marched towards Siiuauu'-!" '? practical as well as senti'-utal. Tin
. !ftnaime.l and diseased comrades, who, from wounds
ri.oli.sii of limbs, or shattered constitutions, and un
viable to care and provide for themselves; tht
i3jwidows and orphans of our dead soldiers -th
r'xsare a saered trust ; these shall never know nun
Cemetery in the following ordei :
Officer of the Day, Oftier of it nurd
Officers of the IT. S. S. Hartford
Members of Post
Colors and Guard
Members of Po .1
want, distress or iain that can be relieved. Th.
S-jfurand Armv of the liepublie is au organized, liv
fating, loving charily, leeimg it a privilege to serve
1 : : .. .. . ..t ...... l.....,V..a 1 , n.a.l
llill lllllll.iw I IU 11113 VI UUI Uli'.ucia WUW 4., .
to shield, provide and protect those whom death
io ruthlesslv ilennved of a tirotector.
il3 :1. There is one more bond of our association
&loaltv to America and American institutions. Our
" i i i.i .1,. . 1
Jt-.crviee uiu uoi fii.i wnen Me iiuieu our iisks luniir
f i . i . . . i . .i -iii.i . i . i . . . . v a
trl:i.ii u-a lai.l q;m.1. tliti tiut 'fivei'p.'l iiriifnrm And
Knurr tl.A i-nrn nri.l V.ntterpil miiAVet or nword.
Immediately following the Post wi re the Hon. OoveAhe chimney-piece. That which we won by
M. Dapcett. Unite ! States Minister KesiUeiit vawar, must ue preserved, consoiutatea ana perpeiu-
ailU 1113 l.A. tlliu. '. UI.UIIII.1, V1-111VJI VI I
tea and American institutions rest secure only
Oahu: D. A. McKiul.-y, H-ai., Uuite.l Statcswiu.u bnttresaed b.v, aud incarnated in loving loyalf
Consul and His Ex
J Foreign Affairs
W. M. Gibson. Minister
June 4. lssi. folia i.en fr.-tu 7 . w., lo y. m.
Charles T. Cullck.
Jiitle t K.IrllaH.
It. Sttiiih, 1. I.. Ihphari Tellers.
llOMoi ui.c, June 2n.l, l.vi.S. jiin'i dt It.
II A - THR
II est (' i i; ars in T o y n.
..iaf r or Later the Mill riud liu-lr latl.
Hawaii. W. A I mTIX WUlTIN'U.
Adtuiiiiatrat.ir Kstate of Petero Wahakaue.
j liT" I continue to sell cretons at cer :h pet
; yard, A very small assortment left al t.'m. J.
I KtSHKI-M POeUf.4K M'l-OKK.
Lycan & Johnson,
No. 105 and 107 Tort Street, - - - Honolulu.
ArsiiV of the Republic.
P. L. Cl.AltKK, AdjntaUl.
His Majesty's Visit to Hil jr.
w as received tu a vervt
Tdst Oriice Box 88.
' I phone" N o. 1 7 9.
His Muiclv the Kin
. i . : ..
'Mii ii usitiKiic iu luuer
3.1.. i . .
4lli insiniii. .-in
jVald with biiiuit
:iud escorted His Maiestv to the residence of
i r - 1 1 : . ii.- .... . . . ti:i . V.
.01. .jii iii i . ii iije.-iv noil ui lino a turuierj
ucqtmiutanceiutheptisoiiofCaptaiuCarpenter.LYCAN & JOHNSON liave j list received lr "Sue
lormeilv in cemmaud of the L .S.S. Portsmouth, v Tfohlinrr Sin.imi,i. n,..; i,.. ,.l ,..,11 I : . l i "
but now com-mndiu.' the U. S. S. Hartford M folding Steamer LlliillS tluit sl.OllId Ire llis..'( ted lv every on.
uerat lid., 01 Thursday, th'egr.YCAN Si JOHNSON have hist received a beiiutifnl lot
hT-nruSa ijobtevrt in Silk, Silk ami I'lush. Jlusl, nnd Hair C
.. . . i-,... 41... : it ....it ..a At - i a
nci..-, in.iL iiit-ywin sii in ine lowest jnices, jiossiirie.
of Parlor Suits
loth. Hair cloth
af.ient. V tjton ' whose wi'e is utiw In Honolulu i
Ion boaid the Hartford. His Maiestv made a'
'Sshort cdl at Kailua on the 23rd instant, at the!T)
Is ime time with Her Maiestv the Queen Dowager?
".1 .. 1 1 . u If... nr. 1 . . 1 1 K'k
a-a-.iu iuc 1 1 'jo. uu i, uibiiop, muuiug a can upou
ithe venerable rrincess tiuth, who, according to
the opinion of her physicnu, was apparently
only sntt'ering from a transient cold, which, how-
lever, t.roved fatal, Her Hiyhnsss dving the' fol-
Iare JisHoi tti.ent ol
ceived by '
& JOHNSON'S can he found
Suez," and 41 Australia."
of Ihe latest Mu.-ic just le-
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Hahy Carriages, Swiii'Mii"
.....iv.i, .iiw.i. .in. i ii.ii ini huv iiair.s ii r i ii e little IoIkm.
llIiTMHfe, visils the district of Puna dnriuggLXCN & ',(IINS0X huVe H,M,U ,',iei'l 'J expensive Ikd-looin
jthe week, and may be expected to return to ftlllis.
town bv steamer on suuduv
;The Princess Poomaihaluui. who accompanied
itlis ftiajesty, leit tue noyal partv at Mahutoua.
Hou". Ellwood E. Thorne and Mrs. Thorue also
left; at the same place.
; LYCAN i JOHNSON hae the
ments in Honolulu.
ov Hs.ortiiient of -mail Musical In:tlU-
I'lisin J. S. Brown, U. .S. N.f.- roost brilliant eolU-t
S'aval Observatory, Washinston.M iH tinds. from the t
l, Asst. U. S. Coast .Survev; an.l i . . , .
u Upton, T. S. Signal Ofticer.l, jruil,iont3' .,U(,LslJ3
veloped Mme mrkd symptoms or variola. f3Voodj sent out
it gavi ito rwi;ui.3 . i-'f"' ""6"'r3partv were tra
OftlM;diea.4. m cmoi iu proving uai "pnilart
suspected. Other paniesi coming
Ivnhala. have spoken of ttiia
l cae as ujiuk"'' ,slfl April Z0,
alarm ttowtver. iuc nuaiu ui iieauii.L j . - i . i. i . i.i: -r
actlrnr promptly on the alightet BU5.pieior.ri, ,rought ollt bv tlJ EiirIIsIi party, and
i uixou iook ennrse oir
T-v . , . . 1 .. r i .cl
xrjrienc in ireaurigsuiaiipo, "I' teii men. and in .1 short time the party
aeci oi me iii.iu, luurv.iv i '"R.wtre in readiness to make their observa
mnlr vine resembling BUiilai.
. I 'j ii
irom-'ijj Tcl-iiid. four thousand three hundred
oui'iwi; ', 1, .1.,.. . .-. - 11, l.,niH nirii'Inif
r I I 1 A m m al intra liap k fnltrta . ' . ' . 0 I
www y f - - - jjApril :o. There Lieut. (Jualtrougb volun-
of any danger of disea-e of this . character,Up v . SurgeOM
dispatched to Kohala Per Litelike Dr.M t telf.scope Ca6det ,
Mouritz, a gentleman ho has had largcH , p.Vere In coc
xprlenc In trtating smallpox, as fpecia!tell apt jn a s
airentof the Board, toco-operate lu case offtl1T.,.p , .w,a
confirmation of the suspected case with tiieHtIon u tli v.ith U)e best of guc.
district physician in devising measures Lev having every reason to l.elieve
for carrying out a rigid local quarantine,.. t thei Ohervations will contribute'
a ffnriApa I r wi imriAii .... . .
. v a --) . ; M a a vt 1 a r r w a a a a u w ' a a a a - a a
and to eniracre in
. 4 nra T" 1 1 1
tarougnoui iusulihw. '""..""f,1 ",!,f2poition of tbe sun. and will assist ma-;
nt per arne steamer, to ail the tovern--lerIaUv , settiill, Inanv ,i0ubtful points,
ment phyicisns on Itmu awl au,'"rit would be eutirelv premature to even spe
fr. h surply of bovine virus just rece,vc-r. ulale upon whut resnlt9 wilI be;lan
from Boston, also a Urge quanti y of cir-Illhat weBII he sure of i3 tliat the w1ioic
cuianin no u language. emoouy,K 5 3party i,3ve ,ine their work faithfully and
regnuMM in rcnim w wui.i -""jaii under-as we have said
revacci nation, xmow we naTe kkxi mau) .?,umii f-vt.ml.l. clmnmi
At... . 1. I . . r. . . . I . J " ......
opinions anu uMuniucn mat iui iijjpuscuj
eve is, as we have said, altogether a falst-V J
altrm : and ret we are pleasel to record.? '?
fSshearU. e s tan.l pledged to be true to Amei icaf
n peace aa well aa 111 war to be faithful in ourj
ersiceaud lovaltv to that government "of the!
At the headquarters nf the P"t tvere collected &people, by the people, and for the people," in
, roost brilliant eolk-ctiou of IiIk-:, b-velv rom nf wi.icn eacti American nas an equal snare, u wn en
K.iiV II .Tlitvllail C"? ail . vj uai .nvjr, miiu v nnivu
tomuiou i j iur idirvjeaC l American is luiJi-i an eaua! resoonsibilitv
leinatis. lit-r jia..ts. tlif-linil v hirli can onlv iu'eel anj enJur h Ion
- it . . 1 . even liici iiittii iL-ti- uui ti 11 v ii kimci
S"",,uu,:'u "'""'""Sliaeut-liw own to defend, sustain and iierfec
if two colors, lovely ferns iu all thr e.piisile4tn)i i,;s OWI1 t, ..njoy and tran-init to his children.
hadsa of tneen. aud fathoms of the- i.e.uitifull These, then arc the objects or our order: lo
r. ., 1,11 ,vS ement tlic fi len.lsiiips. an.i keep Kieen ine iiirmo
By the valuable ieg()f c,,,i.Mlon rtj-viee. which" has united oui
aid of a few ladits these flowers and eergreensft hearts Lv tin stronccst ties that exist amoug men :
; 1 .i. s...nninio.lvim rreserve the names, aud honr the eraves, of
.ii vuiniucti 1111U nicaiua, v 1 d " , . . .- ....... , ...... ...
, ..'-.I tlio-.e who died tbat America nuht hve : to
iturs and numerous other problem?. " !(.. to succor our less fortunate comrades in
Eac of the Comrade9 carried wreath-, an-iarmi : to kuard and suouort the bereaved depend-
V ... trJ! ... .1 , jr ....... t .. ..t' . 1 .., re. u i,A.
1.-. 11 1 - uiitiiui: ijiiiiii.-s. in- m i-wit.1.3, ...v
--Avidowr the ornhans of our coturude'is dead ; ti
r . . . . ..a
love all whom they loved; to honor the nag that
thev honored, and to defend the national unity
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jlUCI'.'Ul spun, UUWCir'j
Last Wednesday evening, after the usual aerv
ice, Mrs. II. A. P. Carter, the wife of His Maj
esty's Minister Resident at Washington, rose,
and, in a few words donate. towards a fund to
;3bemsed iu the erection of a ue w place of vror-
hip lor Ihe members of Fort Street Church
bouquet,; in addition to which a large v. ac-on,
loaded with earlands and exotica, followed ih
procession. The ladies contributed in a most
--jll.., .-,.,.1 ,, .ri,..,.!.:
nii'iiu.i ill... . . - .
these onlv. are thel
A Generous Gift.
ILYCAX &. JOHNSON ha V H tilt' (; ;ill II t iril-l.t it' I'l 1 1 1 1 1 1 a vi .
to he htiiiul in this kiiioilorn.
thejsellc lij or, sell oi, t ,e iitallnu nl ,,la, ti kv ohl i.ist, mei,l )H ox
chaiiKt. and lea -v tl.t'in a ownur tho rouin i.. I , ... i
jti r- j.in-.i .iii rnau('.
ith6 sum of one thousand dollars. This sum
Mrs. alter said, had t.eeu b.-oueathed to her bv
Jlier beloved father, Or. fJ. P. Judd, and now,
iposi iurcc 01 uei .i ijtiicii urpiiiuie uoiu?j
he l-aluiida she wished to li-stow it where sheTJi v. v n
l.o wi.il.l lil . t.i liiiv it r.luw.l ..ii.lV'' V. - tV
rN A .IOJINSON koep evrrytfihu in the Miii
Jii. buu.NSti.N have tho r-elel.mH.d He
prool aies to sell.
Kir' an. I
ii fir y
f the moot elaborate description.
moved fimii r.nl -lr..l on Viiiinu
il.TVII 111 I 'L I IC 1 V I ' - ...... " f
Will contribute''f meinbt-r l.tins.? ni-uioi-riatelv attire
the naval officers in their uniform
i scene thai will not icadilv be forgotten
1 30 Meets and iinriio.cs. and the tinal cause ol tue
I 'it y4,ii;fovir ..l,-i. ;i .l.l.i .i-.l..i- ! wt call the flranil
l Vallev. E.u irAl 111 v of the liepublie.
red in' black. 3 ,.,Th"e l'nipf ot o.
4tIlie eternal cjcles of
. it piesei.tedJ ri,( generations will
i?7jhall never ieiih from the face of '
S Comrade-i : our living Grand .'
Honolulu. Ii5.--.iu up ihe valley, Veteran
White's re-adiiee wait nl served to be hand
comely aud iippropriately decorated
side of tho entrance were large sized likeness.
of Generals Wiisbiuctnn fnd fittrfu-ld. sur-?jftpublie i onlv a deta.-hmeiit the 1
tr........i.i 1.1 it. 1. h ,., .i,o.,.-, i ;s.Sttrt ' invisible to mortal
H . .... 1. i 11. v, i.va.l, ,.. rv.. . i
, 3 mourniiig w it it immorieiies iouna ine irarm i .jg-aiu its
f . .1. ! . 1 .1 . -1 Vtl.t. ..in. )
iiu ine line 01 mnrcn rmnv ojotr iriui. i.-. sj";
, , , Vni'-'aa. tbiee uumlre.l ihonaua -tr.-n
were t.erveu 10 anisucaiiy uecoraieu. g3jea.-. l"-ath the remnrseles recrnitiio
itnprePseil with theij j j Ou arriving at Nuuanu Ceruttery, Ihe li.-iiidTrtill increasing its roster
played a funeral dirge whikt the
jiiisn hed slowly toward the "rave of their late
. . .2
end wo tLink the public will be satisfle.if 1
T,':..: Anyone ivl.o has Mutlle-I the ,ul ject of
have taken on an occasion of rioubtfuiH"' muH hav bceiJ
Janer. -tronf imiivmuallty.
1:1 lifci a new styie oi nai ic inirouucen aii.t5i'
Good EeadiDg. L" though, when new, there is no apparamZcomrnde, Major Huh s Dickson. The post Com-J-
, ,. , . , HJ'rterence in their apiKarance. beyond tliegRJaIuler tben cMcd upon lhe chaplain for prav-6
Hirvkm we publish a lit of bookr-CTivarl.ition iu sizes, yet, when worn for . . . ... '., ' . t
lately dded to the Honolulu Library and Iwhile each one takes on somecharactei isticif rJb,0rL followed by 6acred music I
Reading Room, and a glance at their titlesVicf the wearer. M The Commander addressed his commdes nh
will show that as rar as lies in inejea i uere is, ior instance ine "jjerny." iiiisia,"v ""'""."b r
power, that Is. within the means of thel-jstyle is deservedly popular, because, whentJ Comrades, We meet to honor our dead, audjjj
ulillnn if mi nu trra tiatro nrfr!i voref 1 f JtriL-iI oil in the Kfnn? It I a found to be fltte.1 4Vand to deenen our rev-i-nr f.-.r ll..;v unitl. t,,?.
. A 1 U 1 : . 1 . . .If ' . 7 I I... n . . r. r.A rl. n , ! . I Vi aa .'I am r I c .1 , 1 . , . ...... 1 . .1 1 .1 C C .. - .
IO CalcT IAJ uic iiierary lill ew ui au. i:i.i siiirrii iictim, uhu i , in twiruciiiuru im. i i. iiiieir ii;e uoiui ci nnicr-M
t wlioe sequciicc, comiortai.ie irom ine nrst. gjinty, to encourage a more generous charity forj
iff ooel ;r j (iradually a change comes over the hat. vnr comrades who are sick or iu dbtre.s, a."ni t-iiJ
our order shall never perish.
time now steadily uimar.l.
pass away. Soon the laM
(. uion (Soldier will be mustered out. 11ns organi
zation ill cease lobe. lint fair and lovely to,
view, dear to the heart of everv Irue American
hall ever remain ' Fraternity. Charity and I.oy
On the.-c our republic is builded. and "she
Vrmv of the He
ft wiujj. The.-J
sihl is. VCtt-
very real, present, to us. To-day it marshal-?';
embattled hosN in serried ranks. We I ,
ve-sigLt, see the (Jran.! Armv i.f ouiai
i '. And every
tuAe work ol tiction by authors
ciaine are a guarantse of somethin
t r..iu tlie- ha-ily fiel.ts f fShiluh
MutT the phsLtoiu banJ- :
I torn Viijr.nia's avatnp, and D-'ath's wt.iitf , gi.ip.
On i an. lira' fan.lx ;
Trom i-'re.iirickbnrg au.l Oettjabnr;-,
I see thorn t'athpriug liit,
Ami up from Miui!i, what is it that passe,
Lite thin clouds In the blast ?
From the Wilderness where blanches
Tbe tameless ikeleiou ;
1 run Vickl.urg' -laiii;hter, and revl-sirali'd maler.
And Ihe trenches ot Dout-lJnu ;
Kri.iu the cruel, cruel, rrions, whrre their bodies j.iui
Trom the gruanlus ileek, from sunken vire. k-.
i nr-y vainer with us lo-iliy.
he asked the church to nccept it an an offering
:roiu her in memory ot him. Mr. Cruzan in ac
cepting the gift on the pnit of the church, said:
t. It j n ltlMaclir.1 t.l .lie I., r.n.l in l.aiirl .if
. . . . .-.. . . - . . . v .. ... . ... . . . . . . . . v.
.ur aisU-r such geusrniiH, seif-dnying love for j'
ibis church of i hn-it. Hie same love doubtless
jisin a11 your hearts, Ii is ot vital importance thatg
it should be, for in evr.-ry iiimuuity, back of
wverv oryaniatiou which mvLi the well-being
.f the ieople, back of eery eainest, self-deny-,
mo worker for CI o.l, tiiiist b.- a living, aggres
-.ive vvoikino Chiucb. The rhuivh should havt
the first place iu the heart ol every Christian. It
will be a sail day for Ilouoliiin - for the cause of
Christ, and of morals if any oi her organization,
:ir cause, Cumes to s regarded us Crst, and the
Chur.-h as secondary. And so 1 rejoice in this
generous and tangible videm e of lote for this
I'hur. h. It is couiecrute.l, halloaed money. It
is not so much a gift from the. living as from
i ho il.-ad. Dr. Judd, whose money it once was,
lovcii this liurcn. i uou-'ii his voice was
-iehloiii heard in it. he gave it his best thought
work, prayers, moiiev, and, best of all. neit to
hi- Savior, Port Street Chinch had his love."
No other nse to whii-h this money could be put;
w.-nld so please this strong niun, whose memory
is so creeu and ti.-.'-iniit. And this thousand &!
JOHNSON keoj. constant ly in .-lo l; the I
I II I L I a la I I ' 11.1 ll. W. I . I . - . 1 w .
i.n. i.i. , n.w iTiii-ivfs, siue and -oiimm- Urai ki ts, Ac,
LYCAN & dOHNiSON have n laro-e fi'ssortuiont of (
thing to put on tin- (Vntt-i Talilc.
liUA & JUlliN.SON havo tli only
nese )iliea, Fniw, .Scrt'ei, Slc Stc. '
LACAX & JOHNSON
Carriages, Ac, &c
argc-t assuitniont of
'liter Talilfs every-
aHsoilinenl f Japanrse Vut Ja,,a.
uvea h, ,mk of Toys, DolK'lool Cl.e.-d,. J),
LY('AN Si JOHNSON havo the only laig,.
Cornke Moulding to he found in Honolulu.
LYCAN Sl JOHNSON
of line MonMi.r Ull,t
li:iv- a vorv I
Colors, EiigravinH ami Chroinos that
:.o.-luM;,,t (,f I'almin, Water
'ii J-rn lieov
a LYCAN k JOHNSON have i their e.,.(,v Mr
only professional house ile,-,.r;ttor in ihis eonutr
to harmonize, consult hint.
i jdi'llar.s meuiis a l:e i-hurch-buildin2, r.nd thatiS
3 n. I i rv f ir in the future. We have need of it.
J And your oeueious heart-., as lull of love for LYCAN A JOHNSON
ooi who - Il
1 . 1 1
vou w;.t overytliii.tr
f ,V , ' -""'"""liire Lamluorpn's Con.ue, .,,,,1 h,
f '".s r.noiiv ami W alnut
r a XT e. lfili':,-iv . . . .
j.i a .mmi..w. wm 1 1 1 i j i i , estimate for tl,,!
nishintr of i eilpnTs.
-oi.ipi.Mt or parr,.,! fur.
f-cll ami rent ( 'hair?' ol,
- A ' -1 .11 11111 1 l.llllW..I...... .1
tbis Church as our fisteis, will furnish the?? 'I'11 loan
money necessary. Aud iu building a house forjg' LYCAN A JOJIN'SON lnoiio.-e tndl ..11 i i
honor Him, butanch, 4-: olwi i . ... i' : . . ' " ,l:"(
T ----- a - -J " - " ' - I J I iTl II II ' II I I I W I 11 I I la. I
in TTonolnlii. ' :,SKf ' Ur
.it io.l VOU
fci blessing will
will not onlv
come throueh this devotion and.,'
(self-sacrifice to your own souls.'' F
aJ only u
Wi; have to remind those who intend to beer
jfhibitora at the Agricultural Show, that the Board
tJoi jianaicement win te enllJarrasp(l ii wiey uo uoi
E1: receive aiadieations for si .ace at once. The erec
fif .t il.a.lj nl.l 1:11 li. A.f .,.1 ,1(1.1.1 l.l Q V fln.l
fl 111'.. .-.ItU-Tl . II . .111 U I V ......... .ILVl 1. V.U.. , " " ' -
ir t a x" rMiM . -v i .
t&UiA .iwuu: nave the lest St wine 'i,i
ufacturing purposes and sell them at from 20 'to $IT '"l ra 111 ''-'
f LYCAN A JOHNSON have all o,,)(is h'
aHhrs by writer, whose strong Imaging With each successive wearing it yield, agrenew our pledge of loyalty to our conntri audf3i
tive powers, H1 poarera ior rtescnptinn en.l .tile ana Deconie more Cioseiy niOUIUea to4our nag Ana now m this silent c.pi,;!,ar,irUli1 lgentlema n. Uauthe c-entre Mcl'herson arsTf Vhe .pace thev want. Blanks for this pur-S
ebarm to thefr work, and still othersWtbe contour of the head it covers. At sorael.Jground of our dead Ut us recall those Lo ua.ltfthe kallant, the left, and Lvon. our first mai tvr .?pose can be had at thii office or at the bookseller.. f
Whose Bnae are to ns unknown, but' ?one --rxd on its br.m the marks of the fin-itheii breast a barricade between our c ;trylthe right. Thev march and deploy : th crt.h and p,x from member? of the Board of Minaeeiaent. f
by everyone Answering all of their Wrii",,d,.n fl" w Ji.rtly
to hee ier 9 promptly, and do all iw 1 J, i0od
nvr to please in. price
mayl9 wtf. f
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