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WEDNESDAY, JUNE ilO, 1 nVi.
Schr Polmlkl fur I'iniii
Bktne Kllkltat fiom Port TcT.-usend
Stmr Iwalaui from Hnmakua
llktuc Discovery for Kiin Fiaiieleo
Schr llnleakala for Pcpeekeo
Schr Ehukal for Wnlalun
Bk C O Whllmoro for Port Townsend
Stmr W (I Hull for Windward Poit
Schr Poholkl for Puim
Schr Liholtho for Klcelc
VESSELS IN PQRT.
Bgtnc North Star. Mm chouse
Blanc Mary Wlnkleiniin
likCO Whltmore. Calhoun
15k Tycoon, Elckaby
Bktnc Discovery i Pcrilinnu
British lik Oilcntc, Hughes
Prom Hamakttn, per hvalanl, June
10-V ii Cummins. Gov W II Daniels,
K P Bobbins, and 311 deck.
For Wnhnea, Wahlawa,Koloa,Lihue,
Eleele, Kckalia anil Xnwlllwlll, Kauai,
per Planter, June !) Miss Mary Hardy,
Miss Aivc'nn Wcibke, Miss Lizzie Kao
nohl. Judge Hardy, Mr-t A S Wilcox
and daughter, Mrs V W Allen. S J
Carty, .) K Parley, C W Siltz, Judge J
K llapuku and child. S Deijicr, lsmo
llilhi, Misses llartwoll, Lieut H Hoa
For Windward Ports, per Kinau, Juno
n O Turner and wife, Miss C A Castle,
H K Hitchcock, Sister Urescntia, SUtcr
Bosalia, Sister 15onavcnture. J M Hor
ner, Jr, and wife, Mrs II It Smythe, Mr
Mills, Dr F B Sutliff and wife, Miss
Minnie Sntllff, 32 A Boueliaul, C II
Brlgg. II 'Morrison, II Center, J Shaw,
Missllattic Ncedhain, lion II W Lalil
lahl, Mis Sherer, Wallace Jaekon. Mr
Nakai, Kia Nahaolchia, B Madden.
For San Francisco, per Discovery,
Juno 10 Col S Non-U, Geo Wright mid
wife, GFiltz, GTyroll.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 1,970 bags of
sugar, 12 head of cattle, 3 sheep, 3
goat", 8SG goal skins and 10(J hides.
She will remain in port until Tuesday
to have a new cylinder put in.
Schr Pohoiki brought about 30 cords
of tire wood from Puna.
The Discovery sails this afternoon for
San Francisco with 11,S30 hags of sugar
arid loS'bags of copra. Value, 00,
030.92. The new Kiilanuinu will probably
sail this' evening on her lirst regular
trip to Hawaii. She will call at several
ports on that Uland.
The bktnc Kliki.tat arrived this after
noon from Port ' Townsend. She is
docked near the foot of Tort street.
"The British bk Jupiter, from Liver
pool, due at this port about July 10th,
was spoken in the Pacific on May Sth,
inlat. VN.. Ion. 12 W.
''The Am. bk Amy Turner, Captain
Xewiill, from Boston, due at this port
about August 1st, was spoken in the
Pacille April 20th, in lat. 11 S., Ion.
32 W.'- Moiniug Guide, June 10th.
It is quite evident that the Pacific
Shipping Reporter of the Guide has lost
his mainstay, compass and hearings.
Why, if thehk Jupiter was spoken on
May 8th in the 'Pacific Ocean in lat. 7
X. surely she ought to be here by this
time and yet the Guide ays she is not
due until about July 10. Again the bk
Amy Turner, the Guide says, was spok
en In the Pacille on April 20th in lat.
11 S., and is not due here until about
Aug. 1st. Great guns and little lishes!
The Guide is getting giddy in geogra
phy. rtl II l-l II I . I -!
In Honolulu. June 9th, ISSj. at the
residence o John Brodie, M.D., by
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor of the Ilethcl
Union Church. Frank B. Sutliff, M.D.,
of Wailuku, Maui, to- MUs Helen E.
Briggs, of Sacramento, Cal.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
No Bulixtix to-morrow.
Tnr.itK will be no session of the
Police Court to-morrow.
Tin: Yoscmitc skating rink will be
open all day to-morrow.
Sr.uvici: at St. Andrews Cathedral
this evening as usual at 7 :30 o'clock.
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Tin: O. S. S. Mariposa will leave
for San Francisco on Monday next
at 12 o'clock noon sharp.
CAr-T. J. II. Brown will olliciatc
as Judge at to-morrow's races in
stead of Mr. II. II. Maefarlano.
To-3ioiuiow being Kamehameha
Day, all-government ofllccs through
out the kingdom will be closed.
The programme of the races is
out, and copies can be obtuined of
Mr. J. E. Wiseman at his oillco.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gives a
complimentary concert to Mrs.
Chesebrough at the Hotel this even
ing. To-Momtow is St. Barnabas Day.
Special services will bo held at St.
Andrews Cathedral at 0:30 a. in.
and 11 a. in.
Tin: carriage horses, harness and
wagon announced for sale on posteis
by Lyons & Levey for Friday have
Yon can skate all day to-morrow
at the Central Park skating rink if
you want to, as it will bo open, and
the roller coaster running.
This condition of the little child
which was taken so sick on the voy
age of tho Mariposa, is much im
proved ; it is in fact convalescent.
At llio weekly prayer meeting this
evening in the vestry of the lletliul
Union Church Hie subicct will be,
The conditions of prevailing prayer.
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Avpmo.vuons for money orders on
the United Staled per Alameda
should be made before 12 o'clock
noon, Saturday, at the Post Ofllce.
The members of the Y. M. C. A.,
together with the Boys' Branch, nro
invited In attend the picnic to-morrow,
at Punahoii. No noon day
prayer meeting on Thursday.
At the Yosumilc skating rink Fri
day night llicro will be a grand
tuikey hunt for ti tuikey as a prize.
Everyone ought to go, ns thcic will
be nn immense amount of fun.
The Gazette is in error in speaking
of two members of the Police force
as Captains. The title was abolished
a long time ago, and those two men
arc simply plain police olllccrs.
years of our lives How
What of them? What arc
we doing with themr ' wilt uc tlio
subject at the prayer meeting in Fort
Street Church vostry this evening.
Tin: posts in the lloor of the
Central Park skating rink have all
been taken out and the floor re
paired, and it is now in splendid
condition. Go and try it to-night.
Chas. Hustace comes right to the
front again with the particulars of a
large assortment of groceries, etc.,
he has received by the Mariposa for
his store on King sticet. A perusal
of his advertisement in this issue
will repay you.
The attention of the road super
visor is called to the blocking of the
road caused by the pulling down of
an old house near the bridge on
King street, out l'nlama way.
Several horses have been badly
scared at that spot.
Tin: credit sale by Lyons & Levey,
which commenced at ten o'clock this
morning, was well attended and good
prices were realized. As it has been
found impossible to get through with
tlio large amount of goods to-day,
the sajc will be continued at 10
o'clock Friday morning.
Tin: lady who was married in this
city yesterday to Dr. Sutliff, of Wai
luku, is a sister to Mrs. Dr. John
Brodie. She arrived here on Mon
day by the Mariposa in company of
her mother, Mrs. Briggs, and a
younger sister. The newly married
couple left by the Kinau yesterday
afternoon for their homo on Maui.
Mji.i W- H.-D,ean, formerly pur
ser on board the P. M. S. S. Austra
lia, died in the Colonics recently.
He had been in poor health for a
number of years. About two years
ago lie married Mrs. Hutchinson, a
daughter of Judge Hardy, of Knuai.
He made many friends while purser
of the Australia, and his early
death is much regretted.
Call and see the Burr Parlor Fold
ing Beds on exhibition at King Bros.
Call and examine the fresh stock
of giocerics, New Zealand oats &
received by Wolfe &
Just received per Mariposa a large
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Art Store. 42 .'it
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or an' kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
To-morrow, theFoit street Church
Sunday School and congregation
.rill unite iu a picnic at the grounds
of Oahu College. Those of the chil
dren who have no means of getting
out to the grounds, are recpiested to
assemble at the Fort street Church
before 10 o'clock iu the morning,
and they will bo conveyed there in
busses. The young men of the Y.
M. C. A. and any other friends of
the church and Sunday School are
cordially invited to join in spending
a quiet and pleasant day. The
grounds at Punahou arc particularly
suited for holding a picnic.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at tho Hotel
this evening at 7:30, in honor of
Mrs. Chesebrough. Tho following
is tlio programme :
March Amienuc uni Mauoa..
1111 Aoao, Malilua Mulamahuuu
Selection Patience Sullivan
QiiikUUIu l.iUclike Bergcr
Walt Summer Evening... Waldteufel
March Blue Bells of Scotland.. Berger
Stur Spangled Banner, Hawaii Ponol.
The following aio the entries and
order of the races to-morrow, com
nunoing at 10.1)0 o'clock sharp: -
1 GuAziMis Pi.ati:, 8100. Hun
ning race J mile dash. Lcroy 1 low
son, b h Ivnnhoo; Mokulcia Stock
Farm, c Ii Faiamraa; Wntcrford
Stables, b h Hancock ; Capt. A. B.
Haley, gh Garfield; Chns. Lucas,
g g Ponl Mol ; Kealia Ranch, b in
Belle of Kauai.
2 QuKr.N-'s Plati:, 8125. Trot
ting race mile heats, best two iu
three. His Majesty's Chamberlain,
b h Boswcll Woodburn ; Col. E. W.
Purvis, s f Fannie; Henry Keith, b
h Jim; "W. lloran, b g Honest John.
3 Hawaiian Jockly Ci.uk Cup.
One mile dash. Kealia Ranch, b f
Hosita; Sam. Parker, b g Col. Gift;
Walcrford Stables, b f May D.
t Gov. Domixis Cur. mile
dash. Two-year-olds. Wntcrford
Stables, g f Jennie B. ; Clias. Lucas,
s li Jim Dodd.
5 Kino's Pi.ati:, S150. Trotting
race, mile heats. 3 in 5. E. I?.
Miles, brm Clementina; W. lloran,
b g Joe Dakc; C. B. Miles, s h
Venture; Ily. Keith, b g Toby.
G Kaiiuku Cur anii 75. One
mile dash. Ily. Keith, b g O. II. ;
Watcr'ford Stbls., s m Lady Hooker ;
Capt. A. 13. Haley, gg Stranger;
Chas. Lucas, g g Ponl Mol.
7 RncirnociTY Plate, $200. 1
mile dash. E. R. Miles, c li Lang
ford, Jr. ; Leroy Howson, b h Ivan
hoc; Mokulcia Stock Farm, c m
Faiamma; Waterford stables, b in
May D. ; Kealia Ranch, b m Rosita.
8 Gentlemen's Rack., $50. Trot
ting or Pacing; mile and repeat.
Cecil Brown, r g B tizzy ; S. J. Shane,
s g Dick ; Dan Lane, r in Kate ; II.
J. Agnew, g m Kittie Malone ; Sam
Parker, b g Consuclo ; C. B. Miles,
1) m Kate.
!) Pony Race, $75. One mile
dash. M. Rosa, b g Rain Kuahine ;
W. Brown, c li Pinta; D. Lovcll,
b h Kini Pcki ; Hiel Kapu, s h Ua
Iliki No ; Capt. Hayley, g g Bonny
Boy ; J. I. Dowsctt, b g liana Nui ;
Capt. Hayley, b in No Name.
10 Kamehameha Plate, $200.
Two Mile-dash. E. R. Miles, ch
Langford, Jr. ; Capt. Hayley, g h
Garfield; Chas. Lucas, b m Idle
For some time past Mr. Henry
Bradley, who resides at the corner
of Beretania and Keaumoku streets,
has been suspected by Marshal
Soper of importing opium in the
kingdom. lie owns the property on
which stands the Keystone Saloon,
of which lie was- once proprietor.
About six years ago, in connection
with Col. McDowell, then editor of
the Gazette, he imported opium into
the kingdom, it coming iu boxes
marked type. Bradley took all the
blame upon himself and was sen
tenced to one year's imprisonment
and fined $100. This does not seem
to have had any check on him.
Last evening about eight o'clock,
Marshal J. II. Soper, Capt. O'Con
nor, Government detective, and a
police officer went to his residence,
but he was away from home. They
sat down and waited until he came,
which was about 9 o'clock. The
Marshal presented bis search war
rant, which Bradley carefully read
over. After finishing he said "All
right." The parlor door was locked,
and on being asked for the key lie
said lie could not find it, neither
could his wife or the servant.
Marshal Soper and Capt. O'Connor
first went into the pantry, and be
hind a cupboard were four packages.
On the outside of eacii package was
wutten, "Tins side up." On tear
ing the paper off, it disclosed a tin
box, iu which on opening were found
twenty half-pound tins of opium.
Access was afterwards gained to the
parlor, and underneath a lounge
another tin box, opened, was found,
containing nineteen more tins of
opium. Search was continued, but
nothing else found. Bradley and
the opium were taken to the Station
House. On the label outside one of
the tins of opium was the. inscrip
tion, "Very old prepared opium, by
the well-know firm Lai Yuen, San
Francisco, 1882, per steamer Mon
tana." This morning Bradley was brought
up in tho Police, Court and charged
with importing opium into the King
dom. At his request he was re
manded until Monday the loth.
He was admitted to bail of $1,000,
Mr. Gilbert Waller signing the
bond. Bradley only returned, from
the Coast on Monday by the Mari
posa. Tho Marshal is entitled to a
good deal of credit for this very im
portant and successful seizure.
AN OLD RESIDENT.
Mr. George D. Gower died at
Chicago, III., May 19th, The de
ceased will be well remembered by
old residents of this city, as about
thirty years ago he was Collector of
Customs at Lahaina and also kept
stoic at that place and Makawao.
Latterly ho was a nmmbcr of tho
firm of Gower & Mansfield, lumber
dealers, Chicago. From the New
Haven I'alluilimn, wo learn that
Mr. Gower was always a stalwart
Republican, IIo was a member of
St. Thomas Church, and Dr. Benrds
ly says of him:, "A more liberal
giver to the church wo never had."
He was also superintendent of the
Sunday school. Three months ago
he went to Now Mexico for a trip,
hoping for relief from bronchial
catarrh and asthma, but on his re
turn look cold, and on reaching
Chicago was too feeble to continue
his trip to New Haven. He leaves
a widow and four daughters. His
brother, John S. Gower, who is also
known in the islands, died in Cali
fornia five years ago.
Kcllaia, Kahohuvc and Kaimaka
wore each fined $5 and SI costs for
drunkenness. Ah Sing, for assault
and battory on Kaina, was lined $ I
and costs. Ludwig Durking, for the
same offense on Kacla, was lined So
and costs. Henry Bradley, on a
charge of importing opium into the
kingdom, was remanded until the
15th. Geo. IT. Green was brought
up on remand on a charge of embez
zlement. After hearing the evidence
of three witnesses, the defendant
was found not guilty and discharged.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mn. J. W. Ilitigley, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 50 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 81, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a flue as
ssrtment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hinglcy,
also, has rc-commcnccd the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Bcrctanin
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. 09,
Hotel -street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
nttention. 1019 lm
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
A fever plague is causing much
fatality at Plymouth, in the Wilkcs
barro coal district, Pennsylvania.
In a Derbyshire court a man was
recently fined $1.25 for smiling at a
surpliced choir, and observing as
they were going out in the "reces
sional" that they "looked well in
Israel Green, the lieutenant of
marines who hacked John Brown
with a sabre, at Harper's Ferry,
and took him prisoner, is at present
yisiting Washington in the hopes of
securing the appointment to the land
ollicc at Mitchell, D. T.
The Queen is attended during her
excursions by George Brown, a
brother of the late J. B., who was
taken into the royal service after
the death of his relative. lie came
out in charge of Her Majesty's
pony, and attracts much attention,
as he is invariably clad in Highland
A Bombay telegram to the Lon
don Standard says that the Papal
decree abolishing the ecclesiastical
patronage of the King of Portugal
in seven Vicaratcs Apostolic in India
is to take effect on the 1st of June.
A further decree is expected abolish
ing the Padroado (Primacy of Goa)
over the remainder of British India.
Five picked telegraph operators
lately left New York, to enter the
Siamese postal system at Bangkok.
They are all Americans, and had to
be married and show a doctor's cer
tificate of good health, llie men
were engaged by Manager Jones, of
the Bankers' and Merchants' Tele
graph Company, at the request of
the Siamese Consul at New York.
The dismissal policy of the new
Post-olilce administration iu the
United States, as interpreted by
First-Assistant Postmaster General
Hay, comprises two classes subject
to removal. First, postmasters who
leave their duties to attend to poli
tics; secondly, those who did not
keep their olllces iu convenient
places and in good condition free
from loafers and other annoyances
to the public.
At the recent meeting iu New
York, of the American Temperance
Union, Hon. Neal Dow, of Maino,
said ho intended to wipe out of exis
tence the breweries and grog-shops
of the whole United States, as
effectually as they had been wiped
out of Maiuc. Since the enforce
ment of the prohibitory law iu Maine,
twenty-four millions had been saved,
and there was no pauper in the
State. Yet tho brewers, iu spite of
this, said at their laic convention
that prohibition meant hard-liquor,
jimjams and pauperism. They sny
since its enforcement the State of
Maine has decreased in population.
That is true ; but prohibition is not
tho cause. Their sterile soil and
limited space could not contain the
broad minds and earnest hearts of
A SPIDER AND ITS YOUNC.
The natural habit of a email spe
cies of spider when alarmed is sud
denly to drop, paying out a foot or
two of thread, and dangling in mid
air. But if a fomalo witli unhatclfcd
eggs is alarmed sho sticks to her post
through nil dangers, while if tho
young have issued from tho egg, she
seeks her own security at once,
and leaves the apparently helpless
young to look after themselves. At
llrst sight thh would seem unreason
able and unnatural conduct to desert
living young and stand by lifeless
eggs ; but each young spider as soon
as it is hatched has an instinct and a
web pinning gland as good as its
mother's, and on the slightest alarm
drops into mid-air. If the action of
the young is purely Instinctive that
of the mother seems very reasonable,
seeing that she recognises the self
preserving provision in the young
and its nbsence in the egg.
. A minister well-known by namo
throughout the land who has one of
the best equipped houses of worship,
was showing a friend, not long since,
through its various rooms, when they
came to the kilch'cn, which was con
nected by a speaking tube with the
pastor's study. On the wall was
printed in large letters, "The Lord
will provide," while in smaller let
ters on the same wall near the
mouthpiece of the tube was the direc
tion, "Blow and wait for nn
answer." The visitor naturally asked
if the two inscriptions had ally parti
cular connection with one another;
and it is hardly necessary to say that
a change was soon made in the letter
ing. "I'm all wool and a yard wide I"
shouted a cowboy, as ho gave his
sombrero an extra side bitch and
looked around for a foe. "That
may be," replied an undaunted
female, "but you won't wash."
HAVIXU obtained the services of a
lirt-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tune and Repair Pianos tit short notice.
All oidcrs left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work wnrrantid.
10112 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STKBBT. Les
sons given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Flowing in Wu.v, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hidr, Crystal, Fca
thcr and Flshscalc. All kinds of Em.
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion woik. For terms, etc, up.
ply to A. M. BUItKE,
a 3m Temple of Fashion.
j(!i: mil. inn.?.
ATOTICE is hereby given that
ii parlies wishing to have
nt Kiipiuhmi Paik, on .Tune lllh, 1885,
must apply without delay to the
Foot Sections, $15.00.
.1. E. WISEMAN,
Per order Kapioluni P.nk Association.
TLTK- H. BAltllEIt, late manage- of
1JL the Astor House, begs to announce
to his f i lends and the public in general
thnt he has purchased the t-aiatega
House, and will icopen on Sunday,
May 21tli. l?irsl.clas lioaid by the
week, month or tiunsicnt. Special ac
commodation for Indies and families.
Beading Pallors open for guests of the
house. The coolest dining rooms iu the
oily. Nollics. 20 2m
Matinco with Music every Wednesday After
noon. June 12, Oiand
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
HAYING just completed two 27 feet
Surf Bonis on llio model of the
Iliimn's boat, io highly approved by
Capt. Kiiifj iinil oiheii'. I mn now pre
naiedtnllll other oiders. Theso boats
lutc their timbers iu one j ieee 1 mining
iiero-.s ihc keel liom gunwale to gun.
wale, bent by bte.ini; tkwait knees also
bent 3 anil 2' Inches hiiiii-i. They are
consequently lighter mid more flexible,
and, the tlmboiH being clo-er together,
stionfier and les3 liable to bo severely
bulged that those built after the usual
process with the timbers in pieces and
farapail. These boats will bo bold nt
a price Io compete with otheis of either
local or foreign build. Our building
facilities enable us to build to any
model or size, decked or otherwise, mid
to supply duplicate purls of the Mine at
a few hours' notice. There nro tovcrnl
of these boats now open to inspection
which will be sold tlnUhed or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
Steins, Knees and Tlmhcit-, all shapes
and sizes. Also Scveinl hundred feet
of finished (),ik Slitcli.in tlmo dinting
Bntteus, sold per foot in quantities to
suit; and thenuly truck iutowu tit to
carry a Boat wlthi.ut eiaeklug mid
htraiulng her can bu' bought or hired at
the Enterprise Mill Apply at the En.
tcrprlsu Mill, Queen St.
J. A. DO-NER,
MutU'd Telephone No. 25. 38 lm
ToiMiti Skatii RiiiL
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to nr. nxi.li at
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Hawaiian Jockey CM.
.TAMES CAMPBELL .
C. O. BEHGElt
Hon-. 11. A. WIDEMAXX, Coi.. O. II.
.HUM), l)u. .T. S. McG-KEW.
JUDGES Dr. J. S. McGrow, F. S.
Pratt and Cecil Brown.
TIME-KEEPEBS C. O. Berger ami
J. A. Spear.
STABTEK W. K. Buchanan.
CLERIC OP THE COUBSE Capt.
A. B. Halev.
SADDLING PADDOCK J. I. Dow
Races Commence at 10:30 a. m. sharp.
1 Grazier's Plate, $100.
1UJNNINO KACE; half mile dash
open to all, weight for age.
2 Queen's Plate, $125.
THOTTINGRACE; mile heat- to
harness; best 2 in :$; for Hawaiian
bred noises only.
3 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of 50 added;
cup to be won by the Fame peion
lw ice, tlio second winning to be at
any future annual meeting; one
mile dash; open to all three-year-olds.
Sealed nominations, inclosing
a fee of 810, to be sent to the Secre
tary of the Hawaiian Jockey Club,
on or before 2 p.m. on the -Itli day
of June. Pinal acceptances as to
the balance of sweepstakes on or
bcfoie2 p.m. on the 10th of June.
4 Governor Dominis' Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of 850 added.
Illuming Bacc, ?.f mile dash; open
to all two-year-old Hawaiian bred
hoic-; entries closed on August 1,
5 King's Plate, $150.
TBOTTING It ACE; mile
be-t !J In 5; open to all.
6 Kahuku Cup and $75 added.
open to nil Hawaiian
weight for age.
bred horse, ;
7 Reciprocity Plate, $200.
BUNNING B ACE; 1' mile ilarti;
free for all ; weight for age.
8 Gentlemen's Race, $50.
TBOTTING or PACING; mile and
repeat; open to all horses tliuthnve,,
never beaten three minutes; owners
to drive, to road wagon.
9 Pony Race, $75.
open to all
BACE; mile dnMi;
ponies aj 1 1 hands or
10-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $200.
BUNNING BACE; 2 mile dash;
open to all ; weight for age.
Admission within- the fenee, ONE
AdiuUslou of horses to the enclosure,
50 cents for each horse.
No charge made on the Bridge for
entrance- to tho Pnrk Ground.
Entrance Pee, Ten per cent.
All Bimulug Baccs to be under the
Hides of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Trotting Baees to bu according to
tho Hides of the National Trotting Asso
ciation, Entries close at 'J p.m. on Monday,
June 8th, at the ollleu of C. O, BEH
GElt, Secretary, with the exception of
Bnees Nos. 3 and 1.
0. O. BEltGER, See'y.