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Dunond Head, Juno 7 , 0:30 n.iu.
Light easterly wind.
"Bktno J. A. Fnlkinburg and stmr
Job Mnkcc off port.
Bnrk Rcvcro from Nnnnlmo.
Bark Malay from Now Cnstlc.
Schr. Marion from Kukullmclo
Bktnc J. A. Falkcubcrg from S.
Stmr Jnmcs Makco from Kauai.
Schr. Millie Morris from Molokai.
Stmr Likellkc for Hilo
Stmr Kilnucn Hou for Knhulul
Stmr Mokolii for Koolnu
Suhr Kn Moi for Laupahochoc
Vessels Leaving this day.
Schr Liholiho for Kauai x ,
Sch "SVaichu, forOnomca
Sch Kuala, for Wnianno .
For Windward Ports, per Likcliko,
Juno 6 Judge L McCully. H Tur
ton, J H Paty and wife, II Cornwcll,
W A Whiting, Mrs and Miss Makec,
F P Hastings, Hon L Aholo, Cecil
Brown, CT Dillingham, Hon J W
Kalua, John Sheldon, Rev J A
Cruzan, Miss Lilin Aiwohi, Mrs
Hopkins and 3 children, Mrs D R
Vida, WLCottrell, John Gilmore,
P Ophergilt, Mrs Shipman and about
50 deck passengers. 4
" Vessels in Port.
II. B. 31. S. Champion, Capt. Hope
Am Miss, bgtnc Morning Star, Bray
Swe bsstne Vesta,
Bk California, Howard
Haw brig Nlnlto,
Am bark ltcvero
Am bktne Janu A. Falklnburg
Bktnc Malay, '
Hlg Name From
Bk 8tella, from New York,
Bk Kdward May from Liverpool,
Bk Priscllla, from Newcastle,
Schr Julia, fm S S Islands,
Bktuo J A Falklnburg, fm B F,
Br stmr Stratnairly, from 8 r,
Stmr Australia from SF, June 11
SS Monarch, fm -St Michaels, June 27
RMSS Zcalandla, from Sydney, July 3
Gr bk Adolph, fin Newcactle-on-Tyne
Bk Paradox, f m Ncwcastlc-ou-Tync, Jne
Bk Josofn, fm Cardiff. Aug U
Haw bk Iolanl, from Bremen, Sept
Bk Anna l'reuht, fm Newcastle,
Bk Oberon, fm Liverpool,
Haw bk Kale, fin Bremen
Schr Hosarlo, from S F,' . for Kahulul
Bk F S Thompson, fm Vlctorlr f r '
WHAT RARE CHANCES!
Houses to Rent ! !
A beautiful house on School st, near
Xunanu st, with new furniture aud
Kitchen utensils complete, rent reason
able. An elegant Cottage on King st, ad-
. joining the Reformatory School, and
nearly opposite S. K. Kaui's residence.
A very comfortable home on' Umma
st, suitable for a nice family.
A very choice dwelling on Punchbowl
st, opportlte tho Queen's Hospital. All
the above residence's arc In splendid lo
cations, and reasonable In price, and
they will rent quick.
A beautiful house aud grounds to sell
on Herctanlii st, next to w. R. Castle's
residence; house new, contains 10 rooms,
with all modem Improvements. A newly
built cottage on l'ensacola st, opposite
Mr. Hasstugcr's residence, to sell cheap.
2 lots adjolnin,-!, fronting on Rcrctanla
st, aud running back to Kiiuiu st; sup
erior lots for building purposes. To sell
at once at a reasonable price.
26 acres of ground on nuuanu Valley,
1 mile aboc the Ice House, known us
the old MeKcaguc Plantation. Ground
and building to lease or sell; good fence
etc. Hental 8360 a year; sell for 83,500
ou easy terms.
Several good leases to sell around
Honolulu,' and other houses, cottages,
and rooms to rcitt.
" JosKi'ii E. Wiseman,
, Heal Kstate Broker.
27 Merchant street. 103 1 w
TO LKT, A room In a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
from the Post oltice. Apply to
65 J. W. RoiiKitTHOK Co.
FOR SALE, Six desirable lots on King
st, fenced aud water laid on. For
particulars address 1' O Box lill. 60
TRIOR SALK, one new Scow, capable of
--. iuung 10 tons, built by ti. Kmmes,
and now in good order. For further par
ticjuaw apply to tiiko. ji mvuts & I'o.
Trial Balance Paper.
A new lot just received by
J. W. HOBEnTSON & Co.
Tho clipper bktno
'E L L A,"
Will have quick dispatch tor tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. iliti'.wr.u & Co., Agents.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
Line of Steamers.
Batks, - - - - Commander
Runs regularly to Koua and Kau,
aa por following Time Table:
Leavks Honolulu at 4 i'.m. ok
Monday, May 1
Thursda, May 11
Monday, .May 22
Tuesday, May 0
Friday, May 10
Tuesday, May 30
Thurday, Juno 1
Monday, June 12
Thursday, Juno 22
Friday, Juno 0
Tuesday, Juuo 20
Friday, Juno 30
THE " C. R. BISHOP,"
Borry, ----- Commander
Leavbs Honolulu kvkkx
Monday, at 5 1m., for Nnwiliwili,
Koloa, Elcclc, and Waimca, Kauai.
Nawiliwili ovory Friday evening.
THE " JAMES MAKEE,"
McDonald. - - - Commander
Leaves Honolulu .'eveby
Thursday, at 5 p.m., for Kapaa and
Kapaa every Tuesday ovening. 75
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labalua, Maa
laea Bay, Mnkena, Mahukona, K
awaibae, Laupahoehne and Hllo.
Returning, vlll touch ut all the
nlovu ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
PACIFIC MAIL Steam
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The splendid steainshlo
"ZEALAND I A,"
Will leave Honolulu for San Frnuclsco
ou or about July 3.
The splendid steamship
"A U ST R A L I A,"
On or about Juno 11th,
For freight and j aasage apply to II.
uuckiciu vjo., Agents.
NOTICE to Contractors Tho plans
and f-pccltlcatlous for the proposed
new building of the Y: M. C. A. of Ho
nolulu can lie been at the olllce of C
Brewer & Co. Sealed Tender for the
construction of the same will be rccahed
by the Building Committee up to 12
o'clock noon of Wednesday, Juno 21st,
I88Z, at uic omce oi u. isrewer & uo.
Satisfactory guarantee, for faithful
perform nice of contract must be fur
nlshed by those bidding for the job
Tho Bulldlmr Committee rcservei
right of rejecting any or all bids
P. O.Jonks. Jlt
J. B. AltlllKKTOX,
C. M. Cuokk,
Building Committee Y. M. C.
Galifornian Mules !
Expected per Lady Lampson.
58 Apply to C. Brewer & Co.
170R SALE, a MULE CART
J? Apply to
H. HacMcld & Co.
TT'OU SALE, a two-seated wagon
X with pole and tuaits, nnu a
double harness, nearly new, price
8150. May be seen in rear of No.
20 School st.- W. G. Nccdbam. 72
LOST, a Lejiie from a Tclebcopc. frcm
the Look-out at J. W. Robertton
&'co's. Tho Under will be rewarded by
returning same to the Telephone Ofllce.
LOST, ou the loth April last, in Hnno
lulu, somo papers aud a plan of
land, bearing on them the itames of
John ICaklua and O. W. Webb. The
finder will bo rewnrdedlon leaving (.auio
at the Bulletin Ofllce. 102 lw
LOST, A Black Setter Dog, any one
knowing Jils whereabouts will
please leave word with Ue.nhy Watku
IU.USE. 01 wf
WEST & PAGE,
Carriage fifij. Builders
Buggies, Carriages, Express WngoiiB
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
Keeps constantly on hand and for
ualo a complete stock of carriage
All orders promptly filled. 71
L ewers & Cooke,
Keep constantly on hand a full
Lumber of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes of all sorts.
Wall Paper, Nails,
71 Spikes, &c, &c.
Fcr bktnc Eureka, a full lino of
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
A. W. Richardson & co,
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not be dreaded so much
by persons going to
as has been the case in tho past.
Mr. Geo. F. Wells
Has imported a large lot of
that he will furnish to parties de
siring extra seats at
Reasonable Prices !
For further particulars enquire at
Wells' Music Store, 107 Fort street,
Telephone 179. 8tf
A. JAEOEB, Resident Agent,
Honolulu. H. I.
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to all parts of the
City. Shipping supplied In quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. M. Ofilce at
"Wilder & Co.'h. 1
Table nd Pio Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Good, such as
Candle Fish, Salmon and
l'ic Fork In fil!). TIih,
Suitadlc for families, tor sale by
Of. .. S. Oi.KdiloJtN Co.
Drink Palmer & O.o'h
75 cents per dozen.
' I' OF U3NOON7eHqEAHQ T' N
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Kapiolani Park, June 10 and 12, 1882.
Tito following gentlemen comprise the Committee of Arrangements:
W. O. IllWIN, CXCIL BllOWN, II.It.MACKAItLANE,
Capt.A.N.Tmrr, Jamks Doiin. H. A. WiUKVANtf.
First Day, Saturday, June 10th.
Commencing at 2 o'clock, sharp. .'.
Eapiolani Plato, $100.
For Hawaiian bred horses ; mile (bum;
G. B. Kelly r.m. Venus
J. A. Cummins b.g. Stnndford Colt
C. Lucas b.g. Stranger
Zing's Plato, $125. .
For three-year-olds j open to all; best a In 3; to cam 100 lbs. Entrance, 812 CO.
G. B. Kelly. . . . . .b.h. Hancock
W. H. Cornwcll g.h. General Garfield
ftuooa Emma Plato, $100.-
Running Race; 34 mile dash; free for nil to carry 100 lbs. Entrance, 810.
xj 1. Kelly. .r.m. Venus
O. Stillmnn b.g. Murk Twain
J. A. Cummins b.g. Standford Colt
M. E. Albaugh cm. Romping Girl
Second Day, Monday, June 12th.
Commencing at 11 o'clock, sharp.
Loahl Cap, $40.
Mule Race; mllo danh; free to all; catch weights. Entrance, 94.
H. N. Crabbe Minnie
, C. A. Bailey Ximrnr
Park Cup, $75.
two-year-olds bred lu the
3-4 of mile; free for
Entrance, 87 60.
W. H. Cornwell g.c. Unnamed
J. K Colburn b.c. Equal Rights
Bodprodty Plato, $100.
Trotting Race; mllo beats; best a in 5 to harness; free to all horses that have not
a better record than 2 :40 in any public race in this Kingdom. Entrance. 810.
M. E. Albaugh c.m.. Coquette
Jas. Dodd s.g. Thomas II
Express Cup, 875.
Trotting Race, one mile, free to all horses that have been driven in a nubile back
Manuel Kcls , b.m. Mollle
J. Watson b.in. Pink
Kamohameha Plate, 8200.
Trotting Race; mile heats; best a In 5 to barncsx; free for all. Entrance, 820-
"W. II. Cornwcll h.g. Oliver
M. E. Albaugh c.m. Coquette
Lnnamakaainana Plato, 8100.
One and a half mile dash; free for all to cam' 100 lbs. Entrance. 810-
G. B. Kelly ". b.h. Hancock
O. Stillman. b.g. Mark Twain
W. II. Cornwcll g.h. General Gariield
Regent's Plate, 100.
Free to all horses brod In the Kingdom; bests In 3; eateh weights. Entrance
G. B. Kelly r .,. Vnnim
J. A. Cummins b.g. Standford Colt
C Lucas b.g. Stranger
Pony Eaco Cup, 850.
One mile dash; open to all ponies bred in the Kingdom, not over 13 1-2 Uand
high; catch weights. Eutanee, 83.
J. II. King Bushwhacker
J. Llshman why Not
Joseph Kaanaana Mokulehua
O. J. Holt Tyrant
Eatalani Cup, 875.
Hurdle Race; one mile dash, 4 hurdles; free for all; catch weights. Entrance,
M. E. Albaucrh
" . i.
mousey ttacecup, 26.
Free for all; each mon to ride his neighbor's donkey, the last oue under the wlr
W. Aylett Pinafore
D. Adams : Uluhua
Antonc t . . .Juek Morina
Bicycle, Tricycle and Foot Race,
for 200 yards, for medals and a cup.
Greased Pole, Prize, $20.
All horses entered for these rare will
be under tnc control of the judges, and
their decision will bu final.
All rnuning races will be under the
rules of the 1'acItU Blood Hone Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to nirry a rider.
All trotting race Hill he under the
rules of the National Trotting Associa
tion. No pool (.piling on the Park grounds
All horses that are sold in pouts will be
ruled out. '
In order to secure ami maintain order,
uo one will he allowed on the track
without the association badge, which
can be obtained on the grounds.
" PHIL STEIN,"
Xos. 2H and aO Fort street,
New Carriages of all kind
on band and built to order.
Repairing, Painting aud Trimming
75 promptly executed.
catch weights. F,ntrancc, 810.
Kingdom; catch wclghU,
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Permits to train horses on the Parle
track mi. o obtmr.-d from Mr. II. B.
Macfarlune. Jickles' colors must ac
company cutrsn.'c fees.
Olllflul ftograuunrs of the Days
Races may lie imwured at licfgrs. J. W.
KolMTtMiii & t'o.'rt Bbotbtorc, the pro
ceeds of which aru for Uic bcucllt of the.
Admittance to the Park, 25 eta; Horsts
and Carriages. SOets; Admittance to the
Grandstand, 'W, 00.
II A-Wipkman, Chairman.
H K A.PKiitrr., Secretory.
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