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Hawaiian Jockey Cluli
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Juno 11 and 12, 1886.
First Day, June J 1, 1880.
1 Honolulu Plato, $75.
jHuuuing ltaee, lialf-inilu ilnli, upon
2-Knpioloni Park Plate, $100.
Itiinnlug Jlniro, ?.i-nillu dash, open to
till horses bred In the Kingdom Hint
have never rttu at auy meet lity of tills
3 Lunamakaainana Plato, $100.
Humilng t:ieu, one mile dash; fiee
-4 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup,
Ituuulug ltaee, a t censtuke of 50
added; cup to bo won by thu same
person twleo, tho second whining to
bu at any future annual meeting; one
mile dash, open to all tluee-vcar-olds;
scaled nominations, Inclosing a
fee of 810, to be tent to the secretary
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on or
before 1! im. on the (Sth day of June.
Final acceptances us to tliu'lialance of
sweepstakes on or before a p.m. on
the lUth of June. Second trial Cup
fi Oceanic Plate, $100.
Iluunlng Knee, one mile dash, fiee
for all liawallau bred horses. Mald
eus allowed lle pounds.
6 Waikapu Cup,
Running: Have, a sweepstake of $L"
added, tf mile dash, open to all two-year-old
Hawaiian hied hoi ses. Cup
to bo won by horse beating the t o-year-old
lccoid, 1 :aa.
7 Kamehameha Plate, $250.
jtitunlug Jtnce, 1 'a mile dash, open to
8 Pony Bace, $75.
Iluunlngltacc, mile dash, opeu to all
ponies of 14 builds or under.
Second Day, Juno 12, 188G.
1 Governor Domlnls Cup, $50 added,
ltuimlug Hnce, mile dash, fiee for
2 The Hawaiian Plate, $150,
Trotting and paciiur, mile heats, best
two In tlnce; all horses having a lu
cord of a :80 or better to go to wagon.
3 fiosita Challenge Cup, $250 added,
Iluunlug ltace, mile dash, free for
all; winner to beat tho record of Ko
slta, 1:47. Cup to bu inn for an
nually nud to be held by the w Inner
until ids time is beaten nt a lcgulur
meeting of thu Association.
4 The Queen's Plato, $100,
JUuunlng ltaee, mile dash, fiee for all
Hawaiian bred horses.
5-The King's Plato, $100,
Trotting ifnd pacing, mile heats, best
two In three; fiee for all horses not
having a lecord of a minutes or bettor;
to be driven by members of tho
6 His Majesty's Cup,
Humiing ltuce, a Hwcepstako of 550
added, 1 mile dash, free for all
three-year-olds owned by members
of the Club. The cup to be run .for
Entrance Fee, 10 per cent.
Entries closo at 2 p.m. on MON
DAY, June 7th, at the olllco of C. O.
Itaccs commence at 10:30 a.m. on
first day, and 12:30 r.M. Fecond day.
Admission, fiOc; Grand Stand, fiOo
mid $1; each horso within the chclu,
C. O. BEKGfilt,
S4 td Sce'y Hawaiian Jockey Club.
WmDlSK'W W. H. CO.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m.. touching nt Lahainu, Muu
laea Hay, Makenn, Mahukoua, Ka
waihae, Laupahoohoo and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all the
ulovo ports, nrrlvlug at. Honolulu
oaob Bntunluv iiftfirimnn.
J 1 A. Y M 133 IV .
ALL orders for Cartage promptly at
tended to, Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices
Ofllce, adjoining E. 1'. Adams & Co.'s
f)83 ly Mutual Telephone No. II),
ynyii.., Mint.l i. ,inii.
A (1(301), toicr, rellnhlo, sicmlv mnn,
one iipwI to the oountiy. 'i'n tnko
(imo of liotftra, milk n few tow, nnd nt.
tend lo gtimtnU nt n private rosldincn
on Mnul. None nud apply unices fully
nblu to ini'i't tho ubovu tiiiuliemenlp
Wage, $'it n moiit It , ImhikI mid induing
Apply lo J.K. WIHHMAX,
811 Ucn'l limine Agent.
FOR SAL13 11 V
IVo. 1 Hioi'o,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Vnfch l)oo Jcrtoy Qlovcr,
Sash and other Ribbons
MS latest styles
HAVING been obliged (nn short
notice by the above element) to
move to fioino other quartern, wo would
therefore notify our patrons, and nil
those that wish us well, tlinl we lira now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where wo shall be juepnred to till all
orders for .
alto, In the feed line, as
Hay and Grain.
Orders froltulted, prompt attention nnd
lair prices guniantced.
B6T Hell Telephone 3t0, Mutual Tele
WOT.JFliJ Ac CO.
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
B. Lachman & Co.'s California 'Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Hrnndy,
J. Pellibon's 1 and 10.yeur.nld liiamly,
J. J. Mclclicr'B "Elcpliantr Gin,
tr. w. bmith & co.'s
" Thistle Dew" WHisto,
Coates & Co.'s ' I'lyraouih" Gin, tc.
A l'ULt, LINK OK T1IK
Most Favorite (Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
HPIItlTS, MQUKUKS, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for Halo at tho
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both Tel., No. 46.
Yoscmite Mm Riuk.
"Will ho open every afternoon uud even
ingaa follows i
day and Hatui'ilny KvciiIiiuh.
To thu public in general.
For odes nnd gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings,
WILLIAM WALL, Manager,
FMTH&PEA 0 K
,.n .yi.i.iiM( ' ifvtfc.TL!i'ij;fiirtitfijvij'riitijH':'j - " -
AdHlt.MAN LADY, rccoittmcmlra
by 1'rofeJinr 11 llcrgur, ilwliu io
give Iohiiii In I'lmin nml Singing to
wiimjj Ladles and Children. Apil) '
II 10 tin N. Wi lillilm Mteel.
AHIiMIANMAl. MKtiTINU OP
tho lloiitd of TriMies of thu
(Jncen'l llo-pllal, will bu buhl lit tho
ltoom of the Clinmbei of Cominerre on
Wednesday next, the Dili June, 1880, nt
1 p. in. I'cr oitlT
V, A SCIIAKI'Mt.
Honolulu, Juno lib. 8S0. 1U 41
All Special Orders
li, Bntter or Cream
left nt DAVIS ,fc WII.DKK'S (Tele,
phone 1110) any morning
Before 11 O'clock
will be II lied with reasonable
iromptucis by the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stook Comp'y.
il A. I,. SMITH, tico'y. lm
The White House,
fo. 11H Ntmuiiti Htrcot,
HONOLULU, : : II. I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms lieasonulile. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
In 25-1 b. Kits,
Juki received by Ciiibarivn, and for
CASTLE & COOKE.
MacNeale & Urban
A Flno Assortment Arrived,
4 44 lm
Base Ball Books, &c.
Base Hall Guides for 1880,
Playing Itules of tho Nutional League,
Art of KutMng a lid Uaee ltuuniug,
Art of Pitching '""1 Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For ialo at T.G. I'll HUM'S.
Just received per iccent arrival, an ex.
cellcnl iihMiitinciit of Hut Leller, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio iin.ib for
blank foiins, or blank hook.uorh. Aldo,
l'crfection Linen and Maiuua Witrd'H
plate llnlsli folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior to animal parchment for pen
work or printing, and tough at leather.
JB .Stationery and Bindery orders
fftithftilly attended to at
t. ;. Tiiuuars,
aMOlin 100 Fort street.
Ucgs to Inform thu Public in general
that he lias received an
of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
1776-JULY 4th-1 886
AT OASTLdK. & COOKIS'H.
A large and splendid
Assortment of Fireworks
list at hand from New York direct, at
10 piices to suit thu times. lm
-A NKW JNVOICE OF
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale in IJotul or Duly pnid by .
M. S. GBINBAUM Sz, Co.,
03 Queen Street, Honolulu, 3m
Ben iii6 Frencli Glare
tfclu gnUa tlh'Un,
'I'lTHSDAY, .ll'NB 8, 1880.
Win. Knnmti vs. l.llln lituililuii.
Divot uc granted on gioinul of mini
litilkn vh. Tinnk Hears. Libel for
dhoico. ltuspontlent not in the
Kingiloii). I'ubliuntioii of etitninoim
ordered nud case contluticd to next
Snrnh Aiiiien vs. T. 1'. Auiicti.
Libel for divorce. As pnrtlcs lust
lived together on Onliu case trans
ferred to Stiprcino Court.
Kiknu nnd Klkn vs. J. Knluhenn.
Kjcetincnt. Cnse continued to Dec.
term on condition of defendant pay
lug costs nnd expenses of pliiinllff'H
Com t adjourned sine die In the
evening of June 4, 1880.
THE CR-EAT SEAL OF ENGLAND.
The mete holding of the Great
Seal of England entitles its foittin
ato custodian lo some $00,000 a
year, to Immense patronage in
Church '""I Stnto, to lie Speaker of
the House of Lords, n Privy Coun
cilor, and the head of till Judicial
authority In the Kingdom, to ho de
signated Lord High Chancellor of
Grcal Britain, uild Keeper of the
Koyal Conscience, and to rmik (next
to the royal family) the becond sub
ject in tho realm. It is very difll
eult, if hot impossible, lo say. when
England llrst hud a great seal. .Seals
woro not much used by our Anglo-
Saxon ancestors, but came largely
into fashion during tho Norman
reigns. The gilt crosses or maiks
of Edward the Confessor nnd other
Saxon kings can bcarcely be called
seals, and pat took more of the char
actor of signatures of an illiterate
age ; but a grand and perfect senl of
William the Coniueior exists, hav
ing the monarch crowned nud tin oil
ed on the one side uud mounted on
horseback on thu other attitudes
which have been iilvaiinbly observed
to the present day. One remarkable,
circumstance connected Mith the
Great Seal is its progressive growtli
in sizo as time advanced. Origin
ally, 800 years since, not larger than
the lop of an ordinary modern tea
cup, it lias been gradually enlarged
from age to ago, till it offers now
the si.o and appearance of a muilln,
and requires lo be Inclosed in a tin
box for protection. Indeed, so
cumbrous and unwieldy had the
Great Seal become that some three
or four years sinco nn act of Parlia
ment passed containing very extra
ordinary piovisions, directing that
all the miiior, nnd many oven of the
more important documents passing
under it, .should for the future be
authenticated by a paper wafer, of
moderate size, which should be gum
med on the Instrument, and be
deemed and taken lo be the Great
The Great Seal has only three
times been lost twice temporarily
and once permanently. James II.,
on leaving tho Kingdom on his abdi
cation, threw the seal into the
Thames, whence, however, It wa
next morning fished up and brought
to Whitehall. Lord Hldon buried
it in liis garden in Queen Square
during one night when his house
caught fire and he thought in the
confusion it might be stolen.
"And," writes the Cliauccllor in his
diary, "when the llro was extin
guished I quite forgot in the morn
ing where I. had buried it, 'and .while
the carriage waited to take me to
court, my lady and I uud all the
household were digging with pieces
of stick, till we luckily found it."
Lord Thurlow, who always held it
during the night in his bed-room,
had it actually carried off by burg
lars, from whom it was never re
covered. A Privy Council was
called the next da', a new seal was
rapidly made, and during the re
mainder of Ills continuance in ofllce
Lord Thurlow invariably doposited
it of a night under his pillow.
Down to 1818 tho Great Seal
itself was made of copper; since
then silver has been the metal em
ployed. It is in two halves, some
what like two very thick brigltt tin
saucepan lids, lltting closely to
gether, their inner surfaces deeply
sculptured with the royal doviccs
intended to be formed on tho wax
when squeezed between them. In
struments having u limited duration
are scaled with yellow wax. Others,
supposed to exist in perpetuity, such
ns patents of peerage, etc., are ex
emplified under green wax ; and in
tho case of some letters patent,
likely to bo exposed to a good deal
of knocking nbout or journeying
from place to place, such as were
the asslzo commissions, the wax seal
was stamped after being ingeniously
inclosed in cream-colored leather,
iV". Y. Observer,
Craigside to be Let.
rpiIK uhovu Hoiidenco nf Mr, Thoo.
X If, Duvies, comprising )$ acica
of lund, and
2 Oomnlotu ITouhch,
Which will h let fcepnrately or together,
W Very liberal tonns will ho oiler,
ed to good tenants, Apply to
OU lm THEO, It. TMVIKB & CO.
ACOMFETKNT person ns Nurse and
Sewing JInltl, Apply tn
47 hv J, K, WIBEMAN,
It. O. Iltll .V Hon,
lntr.hlfiiiil S. A. On.,
Hull Ti Icphnmi,
lliuv'n Agrh iilmrnl Co,
Wilder' SI i ii.chlp Co.,
O. Iliencr A 1 1 .
Wnllukii Hugiii Co.,
Mcrlprocltj rtigar Co ,
1 1 0o
L. A. T11UUSTON, Ktonk llrnket.
:H MiTtilimU Htti'rt IfM ly
Queen Bt, next Unlit tin OlVeo
llorx'x litiikiii to Sad
dle mid llnrncK.
N. Homes IihiiiiIimI hv llin
S cil.N. .1 i ... .i.
- tlJ, WITH, III IIIIMIUI,
HortcH Cll peil. &y Telephone I8l.
1 Second-hand Billiard Tablo,
fdo n.10, niiinufnrtiiiwl by P. Lit.
senfuhl, S. P., rtiihloiit n'io quid;
and It Is in good id if. I hint! nl.o
:Vv Hilliiird CluthH,
vhich will fit a large table. Aim,
1 Sot Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3.8, new.
:i:t lm C. .1. MrQ HTHY
WOLFE & CO.
C. K-. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A0nt.
42 ircliaut Si, Honolulu,
My most faithful atteu Ion will be
given for the
Purcliaso ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu rcHidcnts of Hit
llll Hoviiral hIhihIh of thl grou flv
ux brig Coiunulo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bodroom Sets, Marhlo top,
6 Piano box Buggios, Full Leather Tops,
5 Piano box Sldo bar, LoathcrTop, Quaker
2 ktlicr-top buggies,
:j l'huctoug, Lc.ithcr.top, Quaker City.
To be sold immediately after arrival
US0 Auctioneer and Com. Meinhant.
OIiiin. Brewer & Co.'n
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will plcasu take notice that tho
Bciibon, minder, will load in Huiton for
this pott in JULY next
tf For further partlcuhirs apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Honolulu. May 10, 1880. t!30 llw
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida I.oiiioundo, Aeinted Waters 'of
all kinds, Fruit Syrup and E'teticee.
Wo llso Patoit smmiR
In all our Dottles.
Wo Invito particular utUntion to rur
Patent filter, lerently Intindueed, by
which till waters used in our nmuufne.
tines is absolutely freed from nil lm.
Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
lo all parts of the city. We gunritntee
our Goods to bu the hibt In thu nmiket,
Gnrcful attention paid lo Island Orders,
Tho Crystal Soda Works,
P, O, Uox 1107, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone :
Mutual Telephone :
JST Ordurs left with Ucnaon, Smith &
Co., No, 11 Fort Street, will receive
Wo, also, ore Agents for the sale
of J, W. HlHgloy's
188" of hli own manufacture Ora
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMI'OUTUltH ANM) DhALKHH IN
G-rdceries, Provisions and Food,
KAST UUHNIiH FOIl'l AND KIN( STULKTH.
Now Hood recnlvcil by every Pnokel from tho lt(irn Stales nml Ihirope.
l-rnttb Oiilllornlii Product) by ewri' Hlenincr. All tudem fnlthftilly nllendi'd to.
nnd Quod delivered to nny imrl of tint ellv free of clinrec. Ilntid oiilm roll.
raetlon giinriiiiii'ciL Post
P. O. Uox 207. Telephone lilO.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERY,
111 lTovt Hti';l,
Importers & Dealers in Staplo & Fancy Groceries.
Now Gootln continually on tho wny. Juut reetdvod KcgH Saner Kraut, kogB llol
land Herring, ki-gn Tilpe, Itegs Oerlimn IMeklco, kegs Mlxid Pickles, kits
Biilintm Hellles, kiln .Mackerel, keg Family Pork, hugs Cortud Huef. For
Hieakfnst- While O.itW (iirmea; Hronkfnst Clini and Slimled Maize. Also, n
lino hit of New Zeiilniilt nnd Portland i'cnchblow Potatoes always on hud.
The very hem of ISLAND DUTTKH, plenty for everybody.
Triri'M Imv nml MutiHliictluii UiiHriuitvcd.
(Foimeily vn-IUi Sjinuel NHt
ImporLov i"tl -Ooiilei in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS. LAMPS,
OHOCKKllY, GLABSVA11K, 1IUUSK KUHNJSJ11NO J1AHDWAK13,
AGATK IHON AND TIN W A UK.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company;
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
EST Store formerly oocupleJ by S. X 'JT, cp 08:te Sjpreckcls 4 Co.'s Uauk.-
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jiibt opened out a largo and.cnrofully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
'CiiAlom-iMado Clothlng,tnnd lints and Cnps
Ii all tin Latest Styles and Patterns.
1ST Particular attention is called to an elegant lino of Gont's Neckwear.
' 28 tf
No Chinese Employed.
JOHN ITT, i. 8 Kuduum Stree
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
098 SHEET IRON WORK.
Olllcc llo.x M5. Tolviiliutio No. (IJ. 108 ly
April 5th, 1886,
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