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Haiaiiai Jockey CI
A GOOD, sober, reliable, sloady man,
one used to tlio country. To take
caro of horses, milk a few row, nnd at
tend to grounds at a private residence
on Maul. Nono need apply unless fully
nblo to meet thu above rvqulicmeuts.
Wages, $'!5 a month, board and lodging.
Apply to J.E WI8KMAN,
314 Ocn'l Business Agent.
FOtt SALE UY
J. T. WATEUUOUSE, at
Elt Snjj 8 UUtin.
IVo. 1 0
TO nn HELD AT
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wneh Doc .lerfcy Glovci,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest style.
HRE, FIRE ! '
June 11 and 12, 1886.
First Day, June 11, 18S0.
1 Honolulu Plato, $75.
Illuming llace, halt-inlle dash, open
2-Kapiolani Park Plate, $100.
liuiuilng Jtucu, '-mile dash, open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at any meeting of this
3 Lunamakaainana Plate, $100
Ituuulng Race, one mile dash: free
4 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup,
Ittiiinliig llnce. u Meeptakc of $".()
added; cup to bu won by the Fame
person tw ice, the second w lnnlifg to
be at any luturu annual niceiing; one
mllo dnh, open to all three-j ear
olds ; fccaled nominations, inclosing a
fee of 810, to be cent to the Secn-tary
of the Hawaiian Jockey Ulub on or
befoic 'i r.i. on the 0th day of .June.
Final aeeeptanees :i to the balance of
HWeeptakes on or before 'J r.M. "on
the 10th of .lime. Second trial Cup
run for lnt yeai .
5 Oceanic Plate, $100.
Huiinlng llace, one mile dali, fiee
for all Hawaiian hied hor-o. Maid
ens allowed live pound-.
6 Waikapu Cup,
liunnlng llnee, a sweepstake of $2o
added. j mile dash, open to all two-year-old
Hawaiian hied horse. Cup
to be won by horso beating the two-year-old
reeoid, 1 :'.';).
7 Kamehameha Plate, $250.
liunnlng llace, lli mllo dash, open to
8 Pony Race, $75.
liunnlng llace, mile dash, open to all
ponies of It hand or under.
Second Day, June 12, 1S8G.
1 Governor Dominis Cup, $50 added,
liunnlng llace, mile dasli, fiee for
2 The Hawaiian Plate, $150,
Trotting and paving, mile heat", bet
two In tin ee; all horses having a re
cord of t!:!)0 or better to go to wagon.
3-Eosita Challenge Cup, $250 added,
liunnlng llace, mile dab, fiee for
all: winner to beat the recoul of llo
blta, 1 :17i. Cup to be run for an
nuallv nml to bo held by tlio winner
until his time U beaten at u regular
meeting of the Association.
4-The Queen's Plato, $100,
Illuming llnec, mile dnli, ficc foi all
Hawaiian bicd hoises.
5-The King's Plate, $100,
Trotting and pacing, mllo heat-, best
two hi tlucc; fico for all horses not
having a record of 3 minutes or better;
to be ill In en by members of the
6 His Majesty's Cup,
liunnlng llace, a Meeptnkc of 350
added, ljtf mile dash, fieo for all
three-venr-olds owned by members
of the' Club. The cup to bo run for
HAVING been obliged (on short
notice by the nbove clement) to
move to some other quarters, wo would
thcrcfoio notify our patrons, nnd all
those that wish us well, that wcare now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
whero wo shall Uo prepared to fill all
also, in the Feed Hue, as
Hay and Grain.
Orders tolicitvd, prompt ntiintionand
lair prices gmiranleed.
flST Bell Telephone a 10, Jlutual Tele
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman &ICo.'b California Wines,
John Exchnw's No. 1 Btandy,
J. Fcllison's ? nnd lOyear.old Brandy,
J. J. Mclchei's "Elephnnll" Gin,
H. W. SMITH . CO.'B
"Tlistlfi Dew" Whiskey,
Contcs &. Co.V, ' Plymouth "fkGin,clc.
il'UI,Ljil,INi: ok tiii:
Most Favorite Brands
Entrance Foe, 10 por cent.
Entries close at 12 r.M. on MON
DAY, Juno 7th, at the olllco of C. O.
llaces commence at 10:00 a.m. on
first day, mid 12:30 r.M. second day.
Adini-Sion, Mo; Grand .Stand, uOc
and Si; each hoi-o within the circle,
C. O. J3EKGEK,
Sce'y Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touohlng at .Lalinnia, JYiau
lacft Bay, Makena, Muliukomi, Ku
waihne, Laupulioehoo and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at liouolulu
eauli Huturduv afternoon.
Ales, Beers, Wines,
Sl'IMTS, MQUEU11S, E1C,
constantly on hand nnd for snlo at tlio
P. 0. Box 362.
Both Tel., No. 40.
Yosemitc Slating Rink,
X It A. Y M. 13 N .
ALL orders for Cartngo promptly nt
tended to. Particular attention
Will bo open every afternoon nnd even
hit; ns follows;
lny nml Mntiu-ilny I'.vimiImuh.
To lliti publlo In general.
For Indies nml gentlemen.
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, I860.
A CHAPTER OF STORMS.
Kansas Citv, May 11. About
1 :!J0 o'clock this forenoon ominous
storm clouds began gathering over
the city. The first appeared in the
northeast, ami surging westwnnl
across the city, tinned silddenly
about in their course, nml descend
ing rapidly broke upon tlio city in
tctrillo bursts of wind ami rain, that
swept all lighter objects before
them. The daikness was almost
like night, anil the people lied to
the nearest shelter, lho clouds
sceincil to graze the roofs of the
highest buildings, anil poured out
thuir torrents in apparently solid
masses for a time. The storm struck
tlio citv infull foice about 1 1 :'20,
and i aged for half an hour. The
streets wcro running rivers of water,
carrying boxes and signs anil other
similar freight blown from buildings
or swept by the flood. A number of
vehicles were overturned, and in
nuineious instances the diivers aban
doned their horses to their fate anil
sought refuge in the stores anil
All tills, however, proved entirely
iiisignillcant when the full extent of
the disaster became known. The La
throp school building occupied a
pi eminent silo nt thu corner of
Kightli and Main sticets. The build
ing was surmounted by a tower. The
windswept midway across llioadway
from the west, anil seemed to con
centrate its force upon the tower,
which yielded with a crash, and
carrying down the heavy bell,
plunged through the intervening
floors to the basement.
The main building is a mass of
niins within the shattered walls,
which still stand. J he wing was
comparatively uninjured uud the
scholars in it were not hurt. In tlio
main building,' however, the effect
was aw ful. The falling floors preci
pitated the terrified childicn to the
basement, were masses of brick and
beams crushed through them to the
ground and buried them from view,
i'cisons near by, hearing the crash,
made their way as best they could
against the beating storm to the
scene. Thu dead and wounded
were taken out as quickly as possi
ble and carried to the natatoiium
adjoining, which was turned into a
hospital. Among the first taken out
several were dead anil one or two
mangled almost beyond recognition,
their clothing torn and their bodies
covered with dust and mortar.
Many hcioic scenes were enacted
dining the rescue of the wounded
children, and some of them seemed
to have greater self-control than
At 110 "West Third street stood a
three-story brick building in the
middle of the block, the third floor
of which was used as an overall
factory, conducted by Hoar Brothera,
and the first and second floor by the
Graham Paper Company. In the
factory there were about twenty-live
employes, chielly girls. lien me
btonn moke out they staiieu lor tno
cellar. The building fell with a
crash, being razed entirely to the
earth, and most of the affrighted
girls were caught in the nuns.
Four have been taken out dead. A
number of others are wounded anil
some are still missing.
The storm struck the northwest
corner of the County Court house,
blowing in the roof and major por
tion of the walls of the third and
fourth stories. The south wall at
the cast end was blown into the
street and JJeputy Sheriff Dougherty
was caught and killed. All tlio
others succeeded in getting out of
tlio building alive.
Across lho street stood a two
story brick building, erected in 1800
by the Santa Fe Stage Company. It
was one of the oldest buildings in
the city, from which the stages
formerly were started across the
plains. Adjoining that on the west
was a three-story brick coffee and
spice mill, owned by Smith & Mof-
fatt. This building was demolished,
falling over upon the ndjoing one,
and botli wcro completely wrecked.
Frank Smith, senior partner of the
firm, was taken bleeding from the
ruins and died in a short time. Mr.
Moffatt was badly hurt and three
employes wero taken out.
The second span from the north
end of the bridge across the Mis
souri, opposito the city, was blown
into the river, pieces being left ap
The depot and flouring mill were
wrecked at I'arkvillo, on the Council
A scyeio cyclone struck the town
of Nortonvilie, Kan., doing an im
mense amount of damage. A brick
block was completely wrecked. The
batik building adjoining was demol
ished. Many dwelling-liouscs wcro
unroofed nnd almost totally de
stroyed. Reports from tlio sur
rounding country stnto that tlio
damage to property Is very great,
A very sevcro Hlorni, with violent
wind, rain and lightning, visited
Kvansvillo, Tnd., doing damage
amounting to about SCO,000. The
African Itaptist Church, a large
brick building, was crushed in.
A llorco tornado struck the city
of Leavenworth, Kan., and did an
immense amount of dutniigo to pro
idly, The Morsu School building,
u which were the Superintendent,
twolvo toachors and 000 scholars,
was the llrst large building fitruuk,
Half of thu roof was blown off, but
not one peruon was hurt, The gnlo
then struck tlio north end of tlio
now market house, tearing about
10 feet of the roof loose, scattering
it in every direction, killing three
horses, dangerously wounding one
man and damaging the stock of
hardware to the extent of about
Two railroad bridges were washed
I away, one nt Easton, on tlio Kansas
Central, nml one nt l'airmonnt, on
the Union Pacific. Eight bains
were blown down in Salt Creek
A most destructive cyclone is re
ported from Odell, 111., a village 10
miles south of Jolict, on tlio Chi
cago and Alton Railroad on the
12th. The delegates of the State
Sabbath School Convention, return
ing on the train state that as the
train ncarcd Odell they saw the
cyclone approaching. First they
saw the roof of an elevator raise and
sail off in the air and the building
collapsed. Then trees and houses
wcio raised up, tumbled over and
over like feathers, and then shat
tered to pieces, brick and frame,
and all sizes, from shanties to two
One of the severest storms ever
known in Jolict struck about8:!J0
tlio same evening, when a deluge' of
rain and hail inundated the streets
and thunder shook the earth. The
thunder was deafening and the
elcctiic display unparalleled. A
circus was giving n performance,
and in the midst of the performance
the storm struck the tent and turned
the whole show upside down. The
women screamed, the animals
howled, and a gtmcral stampede
ensued amid sheets of lightning,
drenching rain and a resistless gale.
Three persons were seriously injured
by the falling poles, and a number
were hurt slightly.
Williamsport, hid., the same day,
a cyclone struck destroying every
thing in its track. Several houses
and barns in the north end of the
town were carried away. Repoits
conic from Attica, that it struck
that place about the centre of the
town, and destroyed scveial of the
business buildings, including the
new mill, the Revere House and the
Chicago and Great Southern rail
way olllccs. The wagon bridge over
the Wabash llivcr was torn down.
Several persons were on the bridge
at the time it went down and are
all supposed to have been killed.
At Xcnia, O., a terrible wind
and rain storm and electrical dis
play. The water backed up at the
east end of the town against the
embankment of the Pan Handle
Railroad. The bank gave away
suddenly and the flood came dash
ing through the town along Shawnee
creek in waves 15 or 20 feet high.
It swept twenty or thirty houses
away, and did $100,000 worth of
damage. The gas works are flooded
and the town is in darkness and
At Lebauoon the Methodist Epis
copal church, the Lebanon House,
a grist mill, a warehouse and several
residences were unrooicil,
A storm passed over Keinpton,
on the Lake Erie and "Western Rail
way, unroofing houses, tearing down
trees and carrying everything before
At "Wilkinson, Ind., the storm
blew down nil the buildings in the
town except three.
A cyclone passed over Danville,
III., destroying a score of farm
houses and demolishing the United
Brothers' church and school house.
The path of tlio cyclone was six
miles in leimth and 150 yards wide.
habitants, a cyclone passed along
when trees wore uprooted and fences
leveled and everything seemed to
give way before it. Tlio cloud sud
denly veered in a westerly direction
and struck Kisklminetas river, send
ing the wntcr up in a solid column
to a height of nearly ono hundred
feet. Cokotown bridge was lifted
from the piers, twisted into a splin
tered mass and deposited in tlio
The great part of tlio town of
Vichy Springs, Mo., was destroyed.
A majority of the residences nnd
many business blocks wero unroofed
and almost completely demolished.
At Green llldgc, Mo., houses were
removed from their foundations, out
buildings destroyed, fences blown
down nnd great dnmago done to fruit
nnd shade trees. The glass in tlio
windows of nearly every building in
town exposed to the force of the
storm was shattered by hall.
May 12. A violent slorni shuck
Osage City, Mo., lasting about one
hour aud a half, during which time
the rain poured in torrents, so that
within ten minutes from the time it
began, the streets and fields were
flooded and covered with water,
fences torn down and trees uprooted
and blown in every direction.
Queen St, next Bulletin OfTco
Horses broken to B.id-
die and lliirncs,
Hordes boarded by the
- day, week, or month,
lloifes Cllipeil. Vti Telephone! 18i.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALKRH tN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods recolvcd by every Packet from the Eastern Stales and Europe.
Fresh Cnliforuin Produce by ovcry Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
nnd Goods delivered to any part ol tho city frco of charire. Island orders roll
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Olllco Box 145. Toleuhono No. di. 108 ly
P. O. Box 207. Telephone 210.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort (-Street,
Importers & Dealers In Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tlio wny. Just received Kegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land llcn-luc, kegs Tilpe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed l'lcklcs, kits
balinon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Fork, kegs Corned Beef. For
lhedkfiut- -White Oats, Ocrincaj Breakfast Gem and Slircdtd Maize. Also, a
lino Jolof Now Zealand and Portland I'cachblow Potatoes always on hind.
Tho very best of ISLAND BU1TER, plenty for everybody.
l'riroti low nml (SntiNUictlon Gmu-niitccd.
(Formerly with Samuel Nott
Importer unci Dealer 1m
STOVES, CHAEWEUERS, LAMPS,
OROOKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Loek Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
EST Store formerly occupie I by S
, NoTV, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank.
naw'nOairingoMnnf'gCo., 1)0 100
E. O. Hall A, Son, 78 100
Inter.MnntlS. N.Co., (SUM) 100
HellTilupluinu, & IW in
llun'ii Agricultural Co., felOO 100
Wildci'i-Steamship Co., felOO 100
C Browur & Co., HO 100
Wooiilawn Daily, U 10.t
Walluku Sugar Co., Oil 100
Wainiaiinlo, 135 10(1
Star Mill. Uf5 COO
Uccipioeity Sugar Co., fcO 100
L.A 'IHUR8TON, Stock Brokei.
34 Men-haul Mieel 1M l
''piIE i.bovo Re-ldenco or Mr. Theo.
JL II. Davles, composing 4$ acres
of land, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will hv let teparalely or together.
EST Very liberal terms will be oiler,
ed to good icnnnls. Apply to
33 lni THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
1 Second-hand BilliardfcTablo,
size G.10, manufactured by P. Lie-
senfchl, S. F., cushions are quick
and it is In good i-rdur. 1 have also
fZ Nov rsilliuril OlotliH,
which will lit a large table. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, new.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo nnd carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-irado Clotlting,tand Hats nnd Caps
Ii all tie Latest Styles and Pattens. .
1ST Particular attention is called to an elegant lino of Gent's Neckwoar.
c. j. McCarthy.
MB?. paid to the
Storing & Shipping
, E. v of gomls in trunsii to mo oiner isiuiiiih.
i IK: TiifNilny AlltTiioonw, j
, AIS0, BlaCK nnd WllltO Sand For Indies, gentlemen and children.
Kv in (iiiniitllloii to suit ut lowest prices HITCH io,
tj ojlluo, adjoining K. P. Adiiuis & Co.'s Friday nnd HMurdny Evenings.
tiHktiiih, WSSftfP r00,,r.,ini Telonhonu No. 10. WILLIAM WALL, Mou(ior,
Madison county, O., suffered to
an extent more than 200,000. In
Fnyctto county the water spout was
so pronounced that a Hood a feet
came tearing down Point Creek into
"Washington Court House, anil in
creased until, in four hotiis, it hail
risen 18 feet, the highest ever
Forest, O., was visited by a tor
nado. The air was filled with balU
of lire which exploded with a loud,
snapping sound. Nino deaths arc
reported from the south of Dunkirk.
Almost every window in n passing
train was broken, and a number of
passengers wero slightly hurt from
llying glass. Losses estimated at
A cyclone formed ono mile north
of Lansing, Mich., and swept in a
northeast direction, leveling fences
and woods anil tearing buildings
into fragments. The whirlwind
passed across the big Chandler
marsh, nearly in the middle, strik
ing a Michigan Central freight train,
unrooting tho cars and hurling the
conductor into a ditch.
At Albion, Mich., a heavy wind
nnd rain storm struok the city and
live brick stores were- unroofed.
A fearful thunder-storm visited
the city of Dayton, O. Tlio storm
was accompanied by a heavy fall of
hail, which lasted about ten minutes.
Tlio hailstones wero very large and
solid, causing great damage to win
dows, shrubbery, (lowers and fruit.
A fearful storm passed over Win
chester, Vn., lasting fifteen minutes.
Two clouds of a greenish cast, liapgr
)ng low, one from the northeast and
the other from the southwest, mot
and burst immediately ovor the city.
Tlio wind attained great velocity,
and hailstones tho sixe of walnuts
fell to the depth of fiotn two Inches
to three feet.. Trees wore stripped
of folingo nnd the rain fell in tor
icnls, filling tho streets and cellars,
nnd tho Cpuithoiiso with n western
ttxposuro had nil tho window-glass
on that tide destroyed, and carriages
woru overturned in tlio roads, tho
occupants narrowly escaping with
At JJIaiiBvlllo, Poni),, n thriving
town between JJ,000 mid 13,000 in.
QUONG YUEN YORK Kl IS of Ho.
nolulu, U.ilui, having uuido an
nssignnicnt of all their property, etc., to
tho undersigned for the bcnelli of their
creditors, notice is hereby given to nil
persons to present theii claims against
tlio said QuougYuen York Kco within
one month noiu dato to M, Louisson, nt
the oft!co of 31. S, Oriubnum & Co.,
Honolulu, and all persons indebted to
wiid Quong yucn YoikKeearo hereby
requested 10 make immediate payment
to tho undersigned. M. LOUISSON,
Assignee of Quong Yuen York Kcc.
Honolulu, Mny 34, U80. HO lw
OlttiN. Brewer Sz Co.'w
Boston and Honolulu Packets
Shippers will plcnte take notice that the
Benson, master, will loud In Boston for
this pi.it in JULY mxt.
JOT For fuither particulars apply to
C. BEEWER & Co.,
Honolulu. May 15, 1880,
Crystal Soda Works,
On MONDAY, April 5th, 1886,
No Chinese Employed
M aunt actum s of
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeintcd Waters tof
all kinds, Fruit Syiupe and Estcnccs.
We M Patent Stoppers
in all our Dottles.
Wo invite Jpnrtici'lar nttintion to our
Patent filter, recently 'nt.oduced, by
which nil wnlers lued In our innniifnc-lii'-es
is absolutely freeiWioin nil im
purities. Wo deliver our Goods freo of ehnrgo
to all parts of tho city, We guarantee
our Goods to be the best In the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box 11(17, Honolulu.
Hull Telephone : : 2M8
aiiituiilTeleiilioiio ; ititO
t?r Ordeis loft with lkiison. Smith e,
Co,, No, 11 Foil Street, will receive
We, aUo, nro Agents for tho enlo
of J. W. Jllngloy's
168 of liU owu mnnufaoturo, Om
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 HDim Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK,
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