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Tie. Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tlic Laws of
tlic Konublic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL ,. $000,0(10. 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clins. M. Cooke President
P. Q. .tones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atliertou. . . .Assistant Cashier
1 i rectors Henry Watcrhouse,
Tom .May, F. AV. Maofarlnue, E. D.
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Read the IUA1" NEWS'
The Maui Racing AsSitfcltjlion scor.
cd ft decided succb4 lit the matter of
offering acctpiiblo sport at the rac
track on ttlb Fourth. The smallncss
of the purses and the countor at
tractions at Hilo of course had a
tendency to prevent tho entry of
first class horses, but the close fin
ishes of many ot the running races
afforded quite as much excitement
as if faster timo had been negotiated.
There was a large crowd in attend-
dance, the gate receipts amounting
to over 700, and tho grand stand
was crowded. Those who stayed
away thinking there would be no
good racing missed a whole lot of
The bicycle race having failed to
(ill, tho first event was a half mile
tiasii tor a purse ot .u, winch was
easily won by Nellie C. with John A.
second, time, 58 i.
Next came a quarter mile dnfeh,
the entries being Maui Rose, Alto
Stacy and False Alarm; won by
Maui Rose, time, 27 4-i.
Race Four was a trotting and pac
ing event, tho entries being Lahaina
Boy, Joe doRego; Jack, D. L. Meyer,
and Dawn, W. H. Corn well, Jr.,
best two in three for purse of $50.
Tho first heat was easily won by
Lahaina Boy. In the second heat,
Lahaina Boy was laid up, Dawn be
ing allowed to win, as Jack never
ifiirurud in tho race. Sonic dissatis
faction was expressed at the -palpa
ble nulling of Lahaina Boy in this
heat, but no kick was registered)
When the horses were tapped ofl
for the third aud deciding heat, La
haina Boy stepped to the front aud
simply made a show of the other two
horses, coming under the wire at
least GO yards ahead. The driver of
Lahaina Boy,- Hushed with his victory
drove back, saluted the judges, bow
ed to the ladies in the grand stand
and -then drove directly to tho sta
bles and put away his critter. The
driver of Dawn took advantago of
the neglect of Lahaina Boy's driver
to weigh out as tli3 rules require,
had himself weighed out in due form,
and when the flushed and triumphant
driver of Lahaina Boy returned from
the paddock to receive the congratu
lations of his friends and backers,
the hair on his head rose with horror
,to read on the blackboard, "Winner,
Dawn; all bets declared off."
Races Five and Eight and a match
race vhich were all practically be
tween the same horses, was the star
event of tho daj, with Son of a Gun
and Quickstep as the bright parti
cular stars. Race five was won by
Son of a Gun, but Quickstop's back
ers proposed a match race between
the two for $100 a side and as there
was plenty of Son of a Gun money.
tho match was quickly arranged, to
be run at the end of Race Eight.
When Race Eight, a halt mile dash,
was called, there wero three entries,
Son of a Gun; Quickstep and Nigger
There was much excitement' as to the
race, as it was to be followed by a
match between the same two horses.
Tho two ponies had a reasonably fair
start and flew round tho track like
a team,- neck and neck, darting un
der the wire to a dead heat.. Excite
ment was now .at tho boiling point,
and they were at once rung, .up for
the match heat. The partisans of
each pony were recklessly putting
up their last month's salary as fast
as they could find takers." They
wero flagged off to an even start,
but unfortunately, tho rider of Quid
step did not understand the starter's
signal and pulled up. When he dis
covered his mistake, Son of a Gun
was 100 yards ahead,- but tho rider
of Quickstep starteTin hopeless pur
suit, giving his mount a half mile
dash of such terrific speed that it
pumped him out of all hope of winning
the iJuivoifof tho dead heat, which'
.Sbn-of a Gun won handily.
' A half mile race between these two
Iponies, best two iu three should be
arranged in the near future, ' as it
would be a race worth going" tb see.
Race six, a three quarter mile
dash for a purse of $50. was handily
won by Nellie C. in 1,22.
Tho mule race was won by Piiholo,
a Ivula donkey which was entered
under tho alias of Naomi. Tho gray
muio wincii came in second went up
into tho Judges' rf and and registered
a kick worthy' of record, on the
ground that Piiholo had entered itu-
der a ficticidus nam, and quoted the
rule that any horse which enters
under a false name will bo ruled out.
Piiholo smilingly pointed o,ut the fact
that she wasn't a liorso but a humble
Kula mule, and the jwlges looked' fi't
it 'thb karris' way aEd jfavo I'iihdlg
alias NftQtnj. to eaalw
ilHiMllllill ml i wjj -WitTinrrri unrii run r
Largo crowds went to Hilo from
Honolulu on the last Kinau and
Tho Claudine will reach Kahului
tomorrow, (Sunday) morning, and
will remain but a short while to take
passengers. From' Kahului, she will
run directly to Honolulu instead of
calling at Lahaina.
The Alice R. Kimball' & afloat
onco more, and practically" in as good
condition as when slid went on tho
reef at Kahului. IVjx. W. G. Scott,
her new owner, .Wlio bought her at
auction for $T215", is to be congratu
late on his success in getting her off
the roof. By taking advantage of
high' fiiles, the vessel was floated in
hdeep .water beyond the reef with but
ittle trouble or expense, and with
no damage save to her shoes and
After these slight repairs aro
made, tho Kimball will be put to
work again, probably between Maui
A man-eating shark is said to have
been tho causo of the death of Moses
Anakalca, one of tho crew of the
Wilder steamer Mokolli, off Mauna
lei, Lanai, on Wednesday, June 20,
Tn plain sight of tho crew of tho
steamer the unfortunate man was
seen wading on a piece of coral while
he was in the act of securing a boat
which had got adrift from the wreck
of the schooner Golden Gate, and
suddenly his arms were thrown up
and ho disappeared beneath the sur
face of the water
A boat's crew went to the assis
tance of the sailor, but no trace of
him could be found. The man was
known among his companions as a
good swimmer and ovory feature of
his disappearance points strongly to
his having been dragged to a watery
grave by a maneator.
Vessels in Poit--Kahulul
Am. Schr. Olga, Johnson, from
Am. Schr. Allen A, Ivcrson, from
Am. Bktno. Ruth, Petersen, from
Br. Bark. Antiope, Murray, from
Ladysmith, B. C. Coal.
Island Schr. Alice Kimball from
July 2nd. Am. Schr. Allen A,
lvarson, from Honolulu.
July 3rd. S. S. Claudine Parker
July 3rd. S. S. Cl'au'dme, Parker,
for Hana and HawaiJ,
July Gth. S. ST. Jlok'olii, Napala.
foi"Honolulu. ( .
July 7th. S. S". Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
June 2!) Hongkong Maru S. F.
July 2 Nippon Maru Yokohana
" 3. Aorangl .... .Sydney
I " C Miowera Victoria
" 0 China , S.'F,
" fl Peru ..Yokohama
" 10 Doric S,F.
" 10 Mariposa Sydney
' " 17 Sierra ,.S. F.
' " 19 Coptic . .'.Yokohama
" 24 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 2ti Ameiica-Maru. . .Yokohama
" 31 Moana.-.v. . .' Sydney
Aug, 1 Peru.,.., ,v'.(.,S'F.
" 3 City ojPeking. . . Ykpbifma
" 3 Aorangi Victoria
June' 29) Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
Juty. 2Nippbn Maru. ........ S. F.
''' 3': Aorangi Victoria
". GMiowora. ,. Sydney
" 0 China Yokohama
" 0 Peru , S. F.
t "' l'(! Doric Yokohama
" 10 Mariposa. , S. F.
' 17 Sierra Svdnev
" 10 Coptic. S. F.
" 21 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 20 America Maru S. F.
1 Peru ,.. ...Yokohama'
3";6Uy of Peking s- .'-P.
9. ito$r.'WW - j , ...Sydney
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