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divided Into little picnic parties nil I
over the pnrk; many went to the l
fatcs, so ninny gentlemen that the
ladles almost monopolized dancing
in tlie pavilion, music for tin- latter
diversion was furnished by the string
band of the Royal Ilawaiinns. The
transportation service to and from
thu pnrk did wonders, if it did not
lo all thnt was expected of it.
Ladies and children have to thank
Air. Dilliiiglinm for enforcing their
u.rior rights to accommodation. That
Uie people generally enjoyed the
.lay, was attested by universally
-iiipp.V faces going home, the best
lest of. success in such events.
The races nt Kapiolani Paik at 2
o'clock, under the auspices of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club, diew out a
very" largo assemblage. The grand
stand was well-patronized and the
vicinity of the winning post was well
dotted with sight-sccrs in turnouts
and persons afoot. On the royal
otand were Ilis Majesty thu King,'
His Ex. the Attorney-General, II.
15. M.'s Commissioner Major J. II.
Wodehnubc, Meuhor de Sou&a (Jaua
vnrro, Portuguese Commissioner, and
Consul R. YV. Irwin. A detachment
of the Royal Hawaiian Hand was
Rtationed near the royal stand, and
played during the attcrnoon. The
weather was warm and the track
somewhat heavy going. The event.-
of the afleriibon wcie four, in num
ber, and were, for thu umstpait,
capitally contested, particularly so
the race for the Fouith of July Cup,
the three horses nl the liuish being
so close together that an ordinary
blanket would have covered them
all. Unfortunately the aflei noon's
spoit was somewhat marred by the
mare Lady Hooker falling in the
race for the Kapiolani Purse, throw
ing her rider and breaking one of
her'legs, thus ending her career on
thu turf. The jockey, Leioy How
son, was badly stuniud, but had no
bones broken. The ollicials were:
Judges, Capt. J. II. Brown, Hon. J.
A. Cummins, Mr. 1 S. Pratt; Time
keeper, Mr. C. O. Bergcr; Starter,
Capt. A. B. Ilaylev. Clerk of
Course, Mr. Chas. B. 'ilson ; Sad
dling Paddock, Mr. Cecil Brown.
Ollicur Mehrtens, with the assistance
of two native olllcers, kept the course
very clear. The following arc the
results of the various events:
1 Amekicak Ppusn $75 added.
Half mile dash.
Cornwall's b h Hancock., Moon, 1
Waimea Sta. b g Col Gift....Howson, 2
Hayley's g b Garllcld Robinson, 3
K. I?, b in Belle of Kauai. . .Seholsky, 4
After three false attempts they got
away to a fair start, Hancock, Col.
Gift and Belle of Kauai being to
gether, with Garfield almost two
lengths behind. Before they had
gone very far Hancock began gra
dually to draw away, Gift taking
second place, Belle of Kauai third
and Garlield close up fourth. Han
cock was never headed, and won at
the finish by three lengths from Gift,
which was second, Garfield two and
si half lengths off, third, and Belie
of Kauai close behind, last. Time
51 seconds. Mr. Cornwcll was very
much elated over the victory of his
horse. Garfield pulled up lame, and
it is evident he has seen his best
days. His record of 1.47 J for a
mile over this course still lcuiains
2 Kai-iolani Puiisk $100. Mile
clusli; for Hawaiian lucd horses.
Cecil Brown's bgO. II Farri, 1
Hayley's g g Stranger Robinson, 2
WaL Sta. s m Lady Hooker. How-son, 0
Stranger carried one and a quarter
pounds overweight. After one break
away, they weie off lo a good start.
O. II., who had the inside, taking
the lead, Stranger second and Lady
Hooker last. Soon alter passing the
three quarter mile post O. II. gra
dually increased his lead. Opposite
the Agricultural Society buildings
Lady Hooker fell, throwing her
jockey nud breaking her leg. O. II.
won in the end by one hundred
yards. Time 1.5-lj. It appears
that previous to the race Lady
Hooker hud not quite got over a
sprained fetlock and ought never to
have been stni ted.
3 Amateuh Cut Trotting or pac
ing; bcbttwolu three; for members of
the Jockey Club only.
Cecil Brown's g m Lucy 1 1
Cornwell's s h Dick 2 0
Time, U.OO. 11.04.
Wnimea Stable's Unknown was
withdrawn. In the Hist heat Dick
took the lead and maintained it to
the half mile post, wlieiu lie broke
badly, letting Lucy up, who came
sailing away nn easy winner nud
nearly distancing Dick. Lucy took
the lead in the second heat and went
round in splendid style, soon getting
lengths ahead. Here, Sam Parker
who was driving Dick started him
on a gallop and catching up with
Lucy passed the wire first, hut of
course the heat and race weie given
to Lucy. Afterwards the judges
lined Sam Parker S10 for crossing
Did: on the homestretch. He evi
dently was under the impression
that the race.was go-as-you-please.
1 Fouutii or July Cur Mile dash;
a sweepstake of 830 added for named
Kcnlia Ranch b f Itosita. . . .Schnlsky, 1
Mokulela Farm c h I-'ahiui.imi...Crow, 2
Cornwell's b f May 1) Moon, a
Faiamma carried eleven pounds
overweight. Lndy Hooker wns also
entered for this rnec, hut the acel-
dent of course put her out. When
the flag fell May I), wns first away
and look the lead, followed closely
by Faiamma, Rosita soma two
lengths behind. At the three quar
ter mile post Fainmma drew up lo
May D. and they ran neck and neck
until Hearing the half mile post,
where the former passed May D. At
this point Rnsita began to draw up,
and on reaching the quarter post had
passed the other two, I'nlninma still
second. It wns n beautiful race up
the homestretch, Rosita maintaining
her lead, winning by a head from
Faiamma. May D., who camo with
a rush in the last fifty yards, was
half u length behind, third. Time
I. -18. It was a finely-contested race
from beginning to end ami created
intense excitement. Faiamma was
At three o'clock in the afternoon
Ills Ex. George W; Merrill, United
States Minister Resident, held a ic
ception at the United States Lega
tion, Alakea street, when. quite n
number of Amotions and others
attended and paid their respects.
All were hospitably entertained by
the Minister and Mrs. Merrill.
Q'w uhj UUJitt.
MONDAY, JULY 6, ISH5.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes this evening.
A boy is advertised for to collect
letters from the street Posl-olllcc
A .mektixq of Harmony Lodge wil
be held this evening. Business, in
stallation of officer..
Rcculak meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M.. this even
ing at 7:30 u'dock. Visiting bielh
ren cordially invited.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuaiiu street.
The Royal Hawaiian Band did
not play at the Palace this morning
dining His Majesty's breakfast hour,
out of respect t" the memory of the
late Mr. Justice Austin.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrom
Winsor & Newton, London, per hark
Oiientc. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 62 3t
The P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from
the Colonies. After landing and
taking in mnils and passengeis she
left again at 1 p. m., for San Fran
cisco. Those persons who have subscrib
ed to newspapers and periodicals
through Thomas G. Thrum will here
after receive them from J. M. Oat,
Jr., & Co., the latter having pur
chased the business. This arrange
ment will commence with tiie arrival
of the Mariposa on Wednesday.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
There was a narrow escape from
lire Saturday evening at the Bishop's
College, Nuuanii valley. Between
the cook-house and store-room there
is a passage way in which were a
number of potato sacks. By some
unaccountable reason these jjot on
lire and communicated with the
woodwork which was very dry. The
first to dis-cover it were the pupil
who were in school -it the time i-cle-biating
the Fourth by studying
lissons. They saw the blaze and
alarmed two of the masters, who at
onco rushed out, and extinguished
the flames. A few seconds more
and the whole place would have
lieen in a blaze and beyond being
By the S. S. Australia comes the
sad news of the death of ihe wife of
the Rev. Thomas B. Blackburn, of
Port Lincoln, South Australia, late
rector of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
which took place at the former
place, May 2l6t. The deceased
lady will lo remembered by a great
many of the residents of this city,
to whom she had greatly endeared
herself. Her health was never good,
and It was expected when she left
the Islands some three years ago, it
would improve, but it is otherwise.
She was a devoted wife and mother
and will be greatly missed.
THE LATE JACOB FISHER.
Scarcely nny name is better known
to this community or the people of
these islands than that of Jacob
Fisher, and but few persons weie
more respected or better liked than
its hearer. This latter fact was at
tested by the numerous calls and
anxious inquiries when it became
known, about a week ago, that he
was seriously sick. The news of
his death, at 4 o'clock yesterday
morning, which circulated through
out thu town n few hours later, made
many hearts sad. For two or three
days previous hemorrhage from the
lungs had censed, nnd many con
sidered ultimata recovery assured.
So the reaction which terminated
fatally was as much a surprise aa a
disappointment. Jnko, na he was
familiarly called, is no more. At
the caily age of 27 ho has passed
away into the unseen. Fond nnd
affectionate remembrances of his
face, his form, and his deeds still
remain, nnd will long remain, vivid
in mnny minds nnd cherished in
many henrts. His deeds ; yes, his
deeds ; for he was the friend of the
needy. Those who knew him inti
mately in his family relations testify
to his fidelity as a husband, fondness
as a father, and devotion as a son.
Tlio funeral took place at four
o'clock yesterday afternoon, from
the late residence of the deceased,
on Liliha street. Rev. J. A. Cruzan
conducted services at the house and
grave. A good representation of
the vaiiotts fire companies accom
panied the procession, the deceased
having been a member of Engine
Co. No. 1. At the head of the line
the Royal Band played solemn
music, and a hundred or more car
nages containing citizens made up
the remainder of a very large pro
cession to the city of the dead.
DEATH OF MR. JJSTICE AUSTIN.
At twenty minutes past eight o'
clock yesterday morning the Hon.
Benjamin II. Austin, Second Asso
ciate Justice of thu Supieme Court,
breathed his last at his residence,
Nuuaiiu Valley, in the presence of
his wife and son, his brother, Mr.
Jonathan Austin, and his family.
The deceased hail been a great suf
ferer for several years. When young
he was very active and energetic, but
being seized with acute rheumatism
which developed into a chronic form,
lie became an invalid for the balance
of his life. The deceased was horn
at Saratoga Springs, New York, in
the year 1832,consequently was fifty
three years of nge at the time of his
death. At five years old he was taken
to Buffalo, N. Y, and resided there
until he left for these islands in 1870.
He graduated from the law school at
Poughkeppsic, N. Y.. and at the age
of twenty-one was admitted to the
bar. He practised law in Buffalo
with his father, the firm name being
Austin & Austin. The lamented
gentleman was also a member of the
State Legislature. At his father's
death he entered into partnership
with Mr. Hickman, a prominent Buf
falo lawyer. He came to Honolulu
in 187G for the benefit of his health,
and remained here a visitor until Au
gust, 187, when, feeling better, he
returned to Buffalo and resumed his
practice of law. But tho climate
was too much for him, and he re
turned to the islands in 1879. On
November 7th, 1880, he was ap
pointed Second Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court, a position he
worthily filled up to a few days of his
death. Judge Austin was a studious
and well-read man. His rulings on
the bench were always impartial and
delivered after the most careful con
sideration. No one, to sec him sit
ting on the bench, would have
thought he was suffering much pain,
but it was so ; still lie bore it all with
scarcely a complaint. On the even
ing previous to his death his brother
aked him if he was afraid to die.
He replied that he should not die,
but hoped to get well : it was not
characteristic of the Austin family to
ive up. However, he had to resign
nnd passed peacefully away at the
time stated above. The Judge
leaves a widow and two children to
mourn their sad loss. Miss Marion,
the eldest of the children, is at pre
sent at Vnssnr College in Pough
keepsie, N. Y., the other, George,
a hoy of ten years, is at home. He
also leaves two brothers and a sister.
The latter, Mrs. George W. Towns
end, resides in Buffalo. His eldest
brother, Mr. Jonathan Austin, is a
well-known lawyer in this city, the
other brother, Mr. Stafford L. Aus
tin, who resides at Onomea, Hawaii,
ii at present in San Francisco,
undergoing medical treatment. The
funeral takes place this afternoon
from liis late residence at 1 o'clock.
The Supreme Court and Police
Court met this morning and then
adjourned until to-morrow out of
rc-pect to his memory. His seal
on the bench has been draped in
black, nnd also the Court. The
Government and Consular flags are
flying at half mast. The Govern
ment offices closed nt noon, the
'banks and many business houses at
1 o'clock, out of respect to his
DR. A. MOWAYNE,
(bate of I'uw Yoik Ophthalmic
llo-pltal). OHU-nimd ic-.d!ne at Ala.
1'ci nl net. Special attention to (lipases
of the eye and eir, nnd cm recti n of
fMitltv vi-ion. Office hour, 9 to It a.m,
O'o8pm. Gl ly
FISHER'S Caampagnn Cidnr Bush
ne;s will he discontinued until
further notice. Per Order. Ot lw
ON Abiki'ii Street, u pair of gold eye
glasses Willi a gold chain and pin
attached. Anycie n u u'ng ihe tamo
at Dr. .1. . McUiuw'i. otlluo will bo suit
ably rewarded. It
AHOY to collect lcltOM dnllv from the
St cct l!o.e. He must have n
lu.r-c. Ap .y at ihc Poat.Oillce. It
Mrs. J. Rodanet
WISHES lo lafoim her customers
thnt she iSKlill ntfil Horotunia
Succt, nni will continue the drciH.mnk.
lag huslnen there, nt her usual lw
rate. Ct lw
SUBSCRIBE His to newspapers a d
periodicals throueli the late news
agency of Thomas G. Thrum will here,
after lecelve them from J. M. Oat, Jr ,
fc C i., commencing with the incoming
mall due Wediiesilav, .lulv 8lh.
CI 21 J. M." OAT, .JR., & CO.
rPHK nirlitorshin hereloforo
JL b -tweca thu iiuiIcih eaeil Is this.
tiny uhftnlvcd hv mutual consent.
' K. W. BARNARD,
JA3. D. FILV-EK.
The bu?ine will be cauie.l on by E.
W. Birnnrd for the pie.enl under the
name of Jn. D. Fraser & Co.
July lot, l8'i. 01 lw
& KOBBIlTdON have
JLJL this dav
removal lln-lr nlllce to
coiner of Kni.biiin.inii nm'l Queen sliced
in ihe ollkc la ely occupl.d bv Hon.
Cha". T. Gulick. In connection wlta
our Drayngo Busimss, Mr. Robertson,
the nuwly appointed Kerosene Ware
house Keeper, will bo found, ami all
orders for oil to be curled to and from
the arehouse will be promptly attend,
ed to by "s.
HUSI'ACi: & ROBERTSON.
Hawaiian Hell Telephone, Ho. ia.
Mmuul Telephone, No. 19. C4 2w
Ilonsc to JLet and Furniture
A NICE largo modern linilt house,
within t-n minutes walk from t'u
Post-Otllcc. containing five roi nu pan
tty, kitchen nnd bathroom; fun 1 bed
complete throughout. Will be to!d at a
cuciiticeon account of dep.iiti.r.. Ad.
dreia" Furniture," box a7, Post-Office,
Honolulu. ci lw
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,
At 12 noon, we will offer at j ublic
auction, In fruntof oursjlurooin
Throe Splendid Draught
JH O 3R DE S !
Lately imported by Mr. Horry Mac
fuil.me ftoin New Zealand.
Fourth of July Committee.
rpiIE Executive Committee of the
JL Fourth of July Celebration lire re
epicMed lo be ptu out at the IIitiiiinn
Hotel on WEDNESDAY evening at
7:!i0 p m., to audit hills and mike ar
rangement for pnying thus line. All
parties not having paid their subs-crip-ti
int. will call at onco at the oMlcn of Ihe
undersigned. All hills dttrf for tho culc.
bnit'on muht be presented 'to the under
siclied on or hefoto VidiedHV next.
01 3t J. P. '.VIMS HAN. Sic'y.
Meeting of C Brewer & Company.
rriIE Regular Qunrtcrlv M "tlnS' nr
i. ihe St"i lb ildera of C. Biwer &
C unpany ill he held nt tin C ' p.un '.
Utile , in Quicn Miie', on Kill DAY
NEXT. July lOih, at 11) o'clock A. M.
3 lw .1. O. CAl.TElt, Sec'y.
. ItlCE STRAW
AFINI-: lot of Ricu Straw supuhle
hed ling for horses is rifle rid tor
sale in quantities to suit b iyer, at a
reasonahlo pil -e. Enriuiro of
WONQ 1.EONG & CO ,
1007 3m No. 1" Nu uiim M., Honolulu.
A Good Pastuie for Horses,
VIEUl TOWN, nl $i f0 per month.
L l'.ictuiu fcicurely fo-c d, mid in
-ink hnrcifi nceepieil. Apt ly to A. A.
MOXTAhO, at Mnnoii Valley, or ordeis
cun be leu at Mcmtjro iv; nniiin" s
gto cry store, corner ot Koituirl -Ing
I reel-. 09 :1m
Tki Louvre of Brussels
Offer a Silk Dress for $5.
ALSO, OTIIEU GOODS AT FIFTY
per cent, leducllon. Kmlroitlery.
C irtulD', ctr,, in all M,l-s. I.mIi.-..'
II on and dp; Tabic Linen ; Mixed
Linen and Black Hrm-scln L.u en,
tsr Sl'ITS CF
71 Quooit frJti'oot,
Steamer "J. I. Dowselt,"
Rob Roy, Mllo Morris, and Josephine,
SALT FOB SA.r-.ItL
Fine nntl coirso P.iulra Silt; line
Kill; n alio Suit. In rjuautitii.s to Mill,
A 8'), largo and small Don Water
Tanks, Paints, (Jih, Etc., Eic. C3 Jy
A WOMAN to do cincrnl houccworl
JTX In a fntnilv. A comfortable ltonn
nnd unliable wiij.es promised
a vi nv f:ne consignment of
For sale by
II. J. XOLTE,
01 lw Hi-aver S (Iron.
Attention ! Honolulu RiflcB.
OI-TICEIIS and member of the
above command arc hereby or
dered to rcpoit at their armory
nTUES. ,n EVENING .1 1 ly
Hi, I i lull dr .s inn o in, fot
t ie p lrno-i o 1 t tig a -econi
l.leiuei a I v c II Ouuu, ri
Mguid. It) Older
Vv II. ALDRICII,
8 anil Lemon
THE IK TIM ES rv "f Hie -e.-r les
kind'. ON r. PUI LAlt EACH.
For sale by
J KID WELL.
For Portland, Or.,
THE Al Bit TIM1 1KTN BAHK
CAPTAIN' ,11'NE S,
Will have qtiicsk dispatch fo- ihc above
port. For Height or r "m-e -u-nlv lo
F. A. cCUAEFE.t & CO,
0 ! 2t Agents
J. A. Mackenzie,
Ilaing opened a shop on
((p.ioslle the Chinch), is prepared to
e.ecuie all o ders tor
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in ills line. AM
order- promptly atlende 1 to, and charge-.-ttic
ly moderate 40 am
IT A 8 JUST ItECEVED per "Ale
JLJL mwln mi invoice
of the C nine
Pici big Oompunj'H
Fiuit", .Tam, ,Tcllic, Mince Meal,
San-age Meat, Hoa-t Hi of. Una:
Duck, Siluion, Pickle.-, Chow
Cut Q c,-d Uliu-, Walnut Cat
sup. O a-gu iJlo-botn Honey, Appb
Hiilti-r, Pear Hutler, Peach liuller,
Aipurigu, Exua t., etc., etc.
Also en hand, a general as-o-tmentof
GROCERIES AND FEED.
NVhhh will be told a-, low a ihc lo e5t
L?;- T- lephoi ot'fi. rn aw
E "O.-iente" nnd "Minvib,"
Cases B.&N. "Key" Brind Gin
In G i ecu Ciscf.
Cases " Straw-Berrtj" Gin,
15 Pottles in a Case.
Cases "Wertineau" Brandy,
Ve. y Cheap.
There Geo is, nnd a full assortment of
Are oftVed for nlc at very low tales by
LOVE JOY & CO.,
.10 2w in Nunanti S'. llonnbilu, II I.
' ItJFt sizes nud epuihiy.
FlooringTiles for Gatdcn Walks;
Pipes Suitable for Drain;.
Square & Arched Fire Brick;
CDrrutcatcd Iron Rooflnrj;
Velvot & Tapestry Centra
Apply to TIIEO II DAVIE3&CO.
A SFCOND.llAhD llANDOHOAN,
l. in good order. Cull at
OON.-i.LVES & CO,
5' lw Hot 1 -irert.
MH. CHAS. WATS !
is now re-opeucd.
hone a specialty.
HAVING oltilned the ferviccs cf a
Mrt.cln3 Piano Timer, we bh
to Inform tlie public that we are. able to
Tune and Hipnir I'ianos at ibort notice.
Vll orders left with u will be promptly
illcndcd to, and all O'k wnriim-i (1.
m Iv v EST, DUW &, CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
TTflTll West. Dow it Co , uNlir- to
YV inform the Indies n el ccml'iucn
of Honolulu, Mint hu will tnko "i few
punil ou thuGult.ir. Am one u l-hlng
o ieaiu will plea-!' nniily at the .itore.
j The und. ilgned h.iving
ifSg txl e i chii'K' ot npgitMpe
VS'yyS-rpin.-H j?,,. si, tor tie
nntpii-e ul cniivl-ig on the l;xHeJh htul
Day b.tiucM., b pe by piivlng mlct
iltet tl u In btiMiii s to lecene :l 'luuc
or public patroi i-ge.
t-tr Moving pianos a-d fiiniui)c a
peihiln . ANTe t E A. KEU.M I.
Ke.-iilci ce, corner I'iuilIiLouI i.nd Ec
Ordure may lie left wi b C. Hummer,
or Wc9t, D'jw it Co., Telei bone 171.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
MO. 7CIIAPI.'1N bTREET. Ls.
iA Foisgica In.Mnr'm-, l.nmlsctipe,
lock K-in-ingion, l'hotognh i nd
tJiaynn l'ilniing in Oil mid 'nter
C.'br. FIowcihIu -i, Wo 1 I'lu h,
oil, SUk. Et'Htlicr. II ir. Cni-tul. r'en
ther nd Fi-hfiac. All kinds of Pm
inoiele y nd Di-clmtine: taught with
kulemii B a I, l.aee'. Con b. Ola, Shell
mil liullion work. For term. etc, ap.
pyto A JI. IlUItKK.
11 Urn Temple cf b'ushlon.
The Pine American Hnik
A. W. NEWELL Master
Dae at this port on the
lOfch July JS'ext,
Will xtc imTiedlnie (lcpa'ch for Hong
For freicbt or ning.; npplv lo
IH Ow " C B'lEWLU & Co.. Q -cen St.
tier's SIMMs Co.
New Route to the Volcano !
RINAU, Kinc Com
II lenvo Honofulu on
JL m.iiider, will
lue.-diiy, June 3rd. fur Kinuhru, tbc
New Vol ano bunding, and ihenafter
upin ihe Hr.t Tuesiiiiv nfter th" inrial
ot the Alaiiiid.i and Miripota, due here
the thh and '-'ml of ciicb lnnntli.
c ufle;- ptssengi r- tiihouqii iickets
for the sum if mnv ooi.i,.mib all
cii-nntB r.m; allouiig p-B ci grrs
twciiiy.fniir 1 ours' time m the Volcano
Hou-e, mid reiutning lo Honolulu on
Siitiduy morning. '
OSI.Y rnUUT-EN JI1LE8 1'IIOM THE
tTKAM:uio 'mi: Vo cano iivet a good
r fi.tl ie ha i Iniit the di tinec n any
)n nil trip c.eept Volcano tr'-, the
KINAU will run her regubir lime lulilc,
going to Ililoand renin inr t- lloiio.
lulu at 10 ii in. t-ati rd ye. On Volcano
nip., pa smgcib fr. m Li nubnelK e
niu-t tal.c il c hie.tmer mi up tiipi. Pi s.
-illger. can lemaln on lioiiiil orstnpover
at llilo tin it ! riil J at II a m., a-, they
All further p-irtlculara given at the
WILDER'.; STEAMSJIir CO.
Ilonol'ilii .!,.. pi 13 r, r-m
Yoiemite Skatine Kiel"
Will be open eiery nficrnron nnd even
big a follow :
Slnnday, AVei'ncaUiij-. Tlini-Hilnj-Huturduy,
To the pul lie in general.
Tuesdnv nnd 1-Miluy i:voii!ui;h.
"IVi-iIni'Hilny nnd Mnturdny
For la ' o nud their etcorts.
AMUSE.Mr.My 'lO COME
'. Co o between YoemitC3 nnd
10 Pop'Cirn Putty.
11 -Polo between Alorlf. and
lO-Ncck-TIo Tarty j ?5 prize for
July 21 Polo bctwicn Y isemitoi nnd
Alr' fur pil7.e.
July 24- II m Hunt ; pri70.
July ?5 T r..c, Hunt, fo nniivij.
July a- Two mile Race for riz.
July al Qrnnd innov d u- mjunuer.
tide Four prhes will bo
then one for ll o li'iniUom.
ett coBiumc, one fot t cmoat
origiinil one, one or thei
beri rtutiilnt-d character, and
one ft r the in i.-l c uiIi-hI,
Fancy skater- must look out fur the
mouib of Align. t.
Dancing oxery Fiidny evening f.om
!i to 1 -.
1ih1i ljy tliu IJiind,
Every Tinsday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; nl-et it ihe Wulnei'day Ma.
Unee. , T. E WA-L, Manager.