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Dimond Head, June 12, 0:30 a.m.
Strong NE wind.
, ' Arrivals.
Stmr Lilceliko from Hawaii
Stmr Bothwoll Castle fin Portion 1
Stmr Australia from Sun Francisco
Gcr lik Stella from Now York
Sch Marion from Olowalu
Sell Nettie Merril from Lahninn
Sch Catarinn from llnnalci
Sch Pmiahi from Wniniha
Sell Jennie Walker from llapuu
Sch Vaimulu from Kcokea
Sell llalenkala from Pepeekco
Sch Uilama from Wnipa
Sch Kaala from Wninnno
Sch Manuokawai from Ilanamaulu
'Bk California for San Francisco
Uktnc Kiln for San Francisco,
Stmr James Makeo for Kauai.
Schr Kcknuluohi for Hanalci.
Bktnc. J. A. Falkinburg for S
Stmr.- Australia for Sydney
Vessels Leaving this day.
Fnou Windward ports, per Like
like, Juno 11th L McCully, J Car
ter, G Catnphpll, Miss C Shipman,
Mrs. J Richardson and child, A T
White, Mrs. W H Shipman, Miss A
Hitchcock, Mrs. Ilapai, F P Crane,
E D Baldwin, M P Adams, J II
Baroer and wife, Miss C Castle, W
Apana, M Louison, G Aio, M T
Donncll, T J Hayselden, J M Lid
gate, J Ronton, G II Smith, S L
Luhiau, G Baniniester, F P Has
tings, C R Scarborough, C J Wall,
A 13 Marshall, Mrs. F Scholtz, E M
.Walsh, J II Paty and wife, Rev. J
Cruzan, A Hornner, D Kamaiopili
and 2 children, Mrs. H II Hecn and
4 children, W L Kaholokahiki and
From San Francisco, per Austra
lia, Juno 11th Julia Beckwith, Mrs
Barlield, T G Thrum and wife, M
Hyman, vifo and daughter, C Alar
cels, wife and 4 children, J A Buck,
T R Eostcr and wife, Mrs Rogers,
JUrs U A barter, Miss Taylor, S
Nott, W H M'Lean and Avife, D B
M'Cartzo and wife, Miss King, Miss
Reddington, R S Mooro, J H Kim
ball, Miss Kimball, S N Wilcox and
wife, Mrs Fagan and 2 children, Mrs
Miranda, Miss E M Whitney, Mrs
Miranda, Capt Dutton, E A Phelps
and wife, C J Fishol, Miss Eurick,
C E Williams, E Partridge, wife &
4 children, M E Pack, W Farrcll, W
L Grieve, Mrs Lawlor, 9 foreigners
and 13 Chinese in steerage.
Vessels in Port.
II. B. M. S. Oliampion, Capt. Hope
British steamer Monarch
Btstuir Bothwoll Castle
Am Miss, bgtno Morning Star, Bray
Swo bgtno Vesta,
Haw brig Ninito, -
Am bark Ilovcrc
, Aui bgtuo Consuelo, Howard
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding
Rig Name From Duo
Bk Stella, from New York, Apl
Bk Kdward 3Iay from Liverpool, May
Bk l'rlscillii, from, Newcastle, May
Schr Jnlla, fm S,S Islands, May 3
Br stmr Strathairly; ironVS F, May 17
RMSS Zcahindia, from Sydney, July 3
Rtnir City of New York from S F, July !)
Gr bk Adolph, fin Newcastlo-on-Tyno
Bk Pnradojc, fin Newcastlc-on-Tyne, Jne
Bk J os.efa, fin Cardiff, Auir 14
Haw 1K lolunl, from Bremen, Sept
Bk Anna j'rcuht, fm Newcastle,
Bk Oberon, fm Liverpool,
Hawbk Kulctfm Bremen
.Schr Kosarlo, from S V, for Kahului
Bk F fci Thompson, fm Vlctorir fr "
Will be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
whoeycr maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and' plucked the back
and breast feathers out of n Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
of $10 will he paid for information
leading to the conviction of whoever
stole 3' Peachicks about n month old,
belonging to me, from Pawaa on
Wednesday the 21th nlto.
Guo. II. Luck.
Pawan, Little Britain, Juno 0, 1882
Toilet Soaps, Bluo Moltled Soap,
jut received. Our lollia- soaps are
lieautiful and clien)), families would do
well to examine.
00 A. S,. Clkoiioiin.'A Co
Tho clipper bark
'FOREST Q U E E N,"
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Tm:o. 11. Davikh & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho clipper bgtuo
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
G. W. l.vci'AiuxK & Co. Agents.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
ine of Steamers
Batks, .... - Commander
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau,
as per following Time Table:
Lkavks Honolulu at -i r.jr. on
1 Tliurday, Juno
11 Monday, .Tunc
22 Thursday, June
AnuivES at Honolulu:
Tuesdav, Mav 0
Friday, Mav 10
Tuesday, May 30
THE " C. R. BISHOP,"
Berry, ..... Commander
Lkaves Honolulu every
Monday, at 5 l'.M., for Nawiliwili,
Koloa, Eleelc, and Waimca, Kauai.
Nawiliwili overy Friday evening.
THE "JAMES MAKEE,"
McDonald, ... Commander
Leaves Honolulu evkicy
Thursday, at 5 p.m., for Kapaa and
Kapaa every Tuesday evening. 75
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday nt
i p.m., toucmug at ..Lanniun, Mna
lueu Bay, Makena, Mahukona, K
awaihae. Launahoehoe and Hilo.
KeturniiiL', will toucn at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday n.m.
5sS55.PACIFIC MAIL Steam'
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The splendid steamship.
Will leave Honolulu for Snn Francisco
on or about July 3.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The splendid steamship
"CITY OF NEW YORK,"
On or about July 9th,
For freight and assago apply to H.
Hackfeld dfc Co., Agents.
7OR SALE, 'a two-seated wagon
? -with pole and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
150. May be seen m rear of No
zu ocnooi st. w . u. iNeeiinnm
IjlOK SALU, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emines,
and now In good order. For further, par
tlculars apply to Tar.o. II Daviks & Co.
; Apply to
a MULE CAKT
H. Hackfeld & Co.
IOIt SALK. a stylish Carriage Horse,
? drives double or Mnle, perfectly
and Top Buujiy.
(J. O. Bl'.UOKlt.
T OST, a I.cnso from a Telescope
JU the Look-out.at J. V. lioburtsou
&, co'h. ,T1io Under will be rewarded by
returning same to the Telephone Ulllce.
T OST. A Black Setter Doc, any one
J knowinu his whereabouts will
please leave word with Ue.nuy Watku
iiousic. 'II wf
IOSr, on tho 15th April hist, In II0110
J lulu, some pujiers mid a plan of
hind, bearing on them the names of
John Kahlua and (!. W. Webb. Tho
Under will be rewarded on leaving same
nt the Bulletin ptllcc. 102 lw
TO LOT, A room in a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ton minutes walk
from the Post olllcc. Apply to
Ci J. W. llolll'.UTSON a Co.
Cs Medium Bread,
ps Calbarien, for sale In
quantities to suit by
A. S. Cu:oiiohS' & Co.
WEST & PAGE,
Carriage fjjfe. Builders
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
Keeps constantly on hand and for
sale a complete stock of carriage
All orders promptly filled. 71
Lewers & 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.
Per bktne Enrcka, a full line of
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
A. W. Klchardson & co,
$ gft5oo,qiq. I
A. JAEGER, Resident Agent,
Honolulu. II. I.
ONOLULU ICE 3IANUFACTORY.
I co delivered to all parts of tliu
City. Shipping supplied in quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 58. Olllcc at
Wilder & Co.'s. 18
Table anil Pie Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
Candle Fish, Salmon and
l'lir I'ork In Bib. Tins,
Sultadle for families. For sale by
!)G A. S. CixauoiiN Co.
Drink Palmer & C.w's
75 ennts per dor.cn.
Californian Mules !
F.xpected per Lady Lumpsou.
58 Apply to O. Brewer & Co.
1 1th of June.
FLAGS. FLAGS. FLAGS.
WE havo just received n large
and British Tlags
in 3, 5 and 7 yard lengths; also Ha
waiian and American Flags, printed
on cloth, M'om .) x to '-M x
I1 or salo cheap by
J. W. Ilolmrlfsuu
Second Day, Monday, June 12th.
Commencing at 11 o'clock, sharp.
Tho following gentlemen comprlso tho Committee of Arrangement:
W. O. Inwix, Ci;cil BnowN, II
Leahi Cup, $40.
Mule Race; mile dash; free to all; catch wttgius. Entrance, $1.
n. N. Crabbe Minnie
C. A. Bailey Nigger
L. J. Aylottc Coco Head
Park Cup, $75-
3-t of inllo; free for nil two-year-olds
umiraucc, i ou.
W. II. Cornwell
J. F. Colburn
Trotting Race; nillo heats; best 3 In 5 to
a ueuer rccora man a hu in any puuuc
M. E. Alhnugh
.., - - . . F.
i rouing nacu, one mac, irce 10 uii.norsci inai navo oecn urlven In a public IiaclC
six mouths previous to this 11th of June. Entrance, 7 50.
Manuel Reis b.ra. Mollio
J. Wataon b.m. Pink
Eamohamoha Plate, $200.
Trottius Race; mile heats; best 3 In 5 to harness; free for all. Entrance, 320.
W. II. Cornwell b.rr. Oliver
M. E. Albaugji '. cm. Coquette
Lunamakaainana Pldto, 3100.
One and a half mile dash; free for all to carry 100 lbs. Entrance, 810.
G. B. Kelly b.h. Hancock
U. btillman b.g. Mark Twain
W. H. Cornwell g.h. General Garfield
Regent's Plate, 8100.
Free to all Horses broU In the Kingdom;
G. B. Kelly
J. A. Cummins.,
One mile dash; open to all ponies bred
high; catch (Weights. Entance, 85.
J. II. King
O. J. Holt
Hurdle Itaco; one mile dash, 4 hiirdlcs;
m.. xj. AiDnugn v
X?irif trv nil minh nmn . tiln.1tn Hnl.1.1,nHf .1,...1... it.. 1 a. i . Sfl
.. axj an, -WW luuii nuuuio uvigmui ft uunivuy, tuw mat ono uuucr uie. wiro .
D. Adams ,
for 200 yards, for
Greased Polo, -
All horses entered for theso races will
be under tne control of tho judges, and
their decision will be llnal.
All rnmiliu; races will be uuder the
rules of the 1'acitlc Blood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All trottlni: races will bo umlor tho
rules of the National Trotting Associa
tion. No pool .selling on the Park grounds
All horses that lire sold in pools will be
In order to securo and maintain order,
no one will be allowed on live track
without the association badge, which
can be obtained on the grounds.
fir.'r jii ijj 1 1 L.: I I '.w
Xos. 28 and 80 Fort street,,
New Carriages of all kindc
on hand and built to order.
Hcpalrlng, Painting and Trimming
7.") promptly executed.
NOTICE to Contractors Tho plans
mid speclllcatlous for the proposed
new building of the Y. 5r. O. A. of Ho
nolulu can bo seen nt the olllcc of C.
Brewer fc 'o. Scaled Tenders for tho
construction of the same will ha motived
by the Building Commltteu up to 12
o'clock noon of Tcdnesd:iv, Juno 'JIsi,
1682, at tho oftlcn of O. Bruwcr & Co.
Satlifactory guarantee for faithful
perform inru of contract must be fur
nished by thoM, bidding for the job.
The Iiulldlng Coniinittee reserves the
right of rejecting any or nil bidp.
r. (!. J(t;,'Rs, .in.,
J. It. AitinmmiN,
C. M. ('OOKK,
Building Couunltteo Y. il. C. A.
3S.CS. II. KODBnTSOX,
yi&frilt. Ornyinan bent teams 1
'I'eleiiiKinfc No. CO. IB
U. A. WiuuMAxtr.
bred in the Kingdom; catch wcints;9
b.c. Equal Richts
harness; free to all horses that have not
nice m tins Kingdom. Entrance, 810.
a.g. Tiicmnis H vl
V ... vt
best 2 In 3; catch weights. Entrance,.'-;
b.g. Stamlfonl Colt
in tho KiuRdom, not orcr 13 1-2 hands '
Whv Not -
Cun. S75. M
frt-eforall; catch weights. Entrance!
b.g. Stranger .
cm. Koinpiug Girl
and Foot Race,
medals and a cup.
- Prise, $20.
rermlls to train horses on the Parft
track eni. hi obtai?d from Mr. n.R. $t
waciarjune. 4icKU' colors must ao,
coiujiany entrauoe fees.
Olllcial l'rogramincs of tho Davs
Baees may be jirocurcd at Messrs. J. V.
Kobeitnon & Co.'s Booksturn. tlin mn.
ceeds of which arc for the benefit of tho"
Admittance to the Park, 25 cts; Horses .i,
mm niTiugcs, oucis; AUmltuinee to U10
Grand Stand, 81.00- ;;
II. A. Widkman, Clialrman. .8
K A. l'miicn, Secretary, .-f 1
THE OLD OORNEBl
Hakt Hiios., : , : Proprietors.':
Seivcd up in first-class stylo at all houf.fi3
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m..
Always on baud
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
Ac, ifce. Also,
V, st, fen'
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