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Bf SllOi & Co., BAJNKEJUS
HouoluU, Hawaiian Islands,
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And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Uauk Co., of Sydney,
The Commorclitl Rank Co., of Sydney,
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Chrlstchurch. and Wclliuetnn,
Tho Unnk of Britlsli Columbia,
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Published about the End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor Is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may ilspcnd,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronagc. These Summaries go to all
parts of tho English-speaking world,
and the demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Pottago to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and .after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
"Will heve charge of the delivery of the
Ucllmi.n Ofpick, -May '-'41837.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
But established lor the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. MAY 20. 1887.
A LINE LEFT OUT.
In yesterday's leading article, an
omission of two lines of the manu
script occurred iu tho third para
graph from tho lust, which com
pletely obscured the meaning in
tended. The manuscript, with which
the printed text should have corres
ponded, read as follows:
Recognising that government
must have a head, they appointed,
and sustain, a king for that pur
pose. Those who did not approve
of the selection, accepted it never
theless. They leave the selection and
appointment of ministers to him, and
to them the appointment of subordi
nate ofllcials, naturally expecting tho
choice to fall on honest and compe
tent men in every case, who shall
manage affairs and administer the
government purely in the interests
ojf tuejicon.'tT governed.
What is a missionary? In Am
erica, England, and every other
country, except tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, the word invariably means
one who preaches the doctrines of
the Bible to the heathen. The term
is applied to no particular sect or
denomination. Whether catholics
or protestants, episcopalians or
prcsbyterians, churchmen or dissent
ers, if they are teachers of the
Bible, they are missionaries.
About a couple of generations ago,
missionaries came to these islands,
lo christianize the natives. At that
time the inhabitants were pagans
and idolators. The protestant mis
sionaries came first, sent by the'
American Hoard of Missions. At a
later period followed the Roman
Catholic missionaries. By mission
ary effort, the entire aboriginal popu
lation lias been nominally christian
ized. One of the peculiar side issues of
the transformation, is the perversion
of the word "missionary;" due
mainly to a class of white foreigners,
and not to the native llnwaiians. In
the first place, these people have
never included tho catholic clergy,
who have devoted themselves most
indefatigably to truo missionary
work, among the missionaries at all.
And, in the next place, they have
included in the term, besides tho
missionaries from America, their
wives, their fumiles, their grand
children, those who are related to
them by marriage, their friends,
and anybody and everybody whom
ever enter Fort-street Church a
church which, by tho way, was
never, nt any stage of Kb existence,
n missionary organization.
Of lato years tho word has ac
quired a still wider application than
Hi in ii
the one Just now di fined, and i9 up-
plied by members of the so -culled
National paity to nil persons de
clining to occupy a seat on that
parly's platform. A man may bo
an atheist nnd a missiunaiy, too,
according to these people.
A native Hawaiian accused n for
eign friend the other day of being a
missionary, who was in reality no
more n missionary than the man in
the moon. Tho foreigner enquired
what he meant by a missionary, to
which tho native replied, "anyone
who growls about the Government."
According to this definition Hono
lulu has a large number of mission
aries cnougli to supply nil the
Islands of the Pacific, and to spare,
provided they are willing to tinder
take the arduous duty of mission
work. Some of them, no doubt,
would shape a little awkwardly at
first, and would bo puzzled to tell
the Bible from Robinson Crusoe, or
the prayer-book from Jack the
Giant-killer. Honolulu is a com
munity of missionaries. Natives,
Chinamen, and white foreigners of
all nationalities; laborers, me
chanics, and traders aro pretty well
all missionaries ; for they all growl
about tho Government. Neither
London nor Uoston, though famous
for periodical gatherings of mis
sionaries, can ever show such a
large or motley crowd of those
gentlemen as we can trot out here in
Honolulu any day. Perhaps the
Government would gladly contri
bute towards sending a few dozen
of Ihein to Central Africa, if asked
in a respectful tone oi voice es
pecially the newspaper writers, as
they are the most atrocious mission
aries in the community.
THE REASON WHY.
Money is scarce, and yet it is
plentiful. It is scarce in the circu
lating channels, but plentiful in the
coffers of capitalists. The scarity
in circulation is partly owing to the
low prices of our staple products,
sugar and rice; nnd paitly to the
unwillingness of capitalists to libe
rate their lioriK Why this unwill
ingness? Money makes money, by
being put in circulation : it cannot
increase by being kept locked iu a
lire and burglar proof safe. Capi
talists understand these axioms bel
ter than anybody else. Then why
an aversion to circulate? Want of
confidence. Want of confidence in
the country? !No. The country is
all right. Its rcsouiccs are not exj
hausted, nor much moie than mere
ly commenced to be developed. But
want of confidence in the government
of the country. The Government is
not all right. It has been l mining
iu a devious course for a long while,
and all the time getting farther
away from rectitude, economy, and
the public good, until the final glim
mer of confidence is about gone.
Under tho circumstances, people
would rather hold on to their coin
than loan it or place it in any enter
prise. Let confidence in the govern
ment of tho country be restored
and established, and tens of thou
sands of dollars now lying idle iu
Honolulu will begin to move. Xotli
iug but n radical change and satis
factory guarantees can produce the
Men who write books about slang
might find material in some restau
rants. In Kansas City there is an
abundance of it. Only in one place
in St. Louis on Morgan street
can you hear downright slang in the
giving of the orders, and cut ions it
is. If you tell the waiter you want
an oyster stew, he shouts out to the
kitchen: "Jersey James!" A beef
steak becomes "slaughter in a pan ;"
plain, black coffee is "coffee in the
dark;" potatoes unpceled arc
"Murphy with his coat on;" two
eggs fried on one side are trans
formed into "sunny side up;"
buckwheat cakes are spoken of in
gambler fashion as "stack of reds
with ffopper on lop," and batter
cakes as "stack of whites." Waiter
A .Southern fur company wants
TWO HARNESS MAKERS, or
two luti ni .ss ftilcher; can have
sternly employment at 0. MAMMEH'S,
corner Fori nnd King frl. 45 :it
WAKK ANTED GENUINE.
l-'Olt SALE nv
ny urtltT of JDS p. mentonoa.
A hiiinloiiiit'tr ol lite IMiift' of Dutnlngi
Lopez Ramos, lutu "f 1I no'nlu, oi:
cu s.d, I will hell nt Pub Ic Auction,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 31. 1887
At IS rein In frun of my nlcroomj
Cur. Fot nt.d Qiecn SU.
5 Yoke Working Oxen
e 1 b Oku", mid
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes & Chains
car terms OAsii.-vjsa
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
4r 4t Auctioneer.
I nm Instructed by Mr. 0. 1) Frcctli
to oiler for sale at public auction, ut my
On Wednesday,' Juno 1st,
At 12 noon, his cry desirable
(It U U1IUIU
There Is nn nbundunt supply of Fresh
Water, and n lino opportunity for Sua
Untiling, nt the rear of the dwelling.
The ground are nicely laid out and
planted with trees and flowers.
There nrc also
large Stables ami Burn.
Servant1!) loom, &c
Plan of the property can be seen at
my otllce, and for further pnillculars
apply lo Mr. Prceth, nt the olllrc of
Macfarhiuc & Co.
Terms made known at tlmi of talc.
!l '! I
C1NU about to Ieae Honolulu
for inv home In Sin riaiiuisco.
I have miidi urMiiucmeiits for the
oung limn, OEO. MUDDY, who
lias been n 'Indent of dentistry with
me for nearly four yeirs, to con
tinue tho business nt the otllco now
occupied by mo I know him to be
cumpcU'iit to do the woik that will
lie reitiirid of blin, in a umkmiin.
lik'j nmiiiiur, not only fimn oii-irve
1,(111 but 1 1(1111 pcrMin.il L.Npulil'IICC,
and Mitmld i.ot Iiriilalu to phu u mi
m 1' liiid. r bis caie in the nitiire, us
1 have done in the past Kducaled
a liu was iu Forf.stuct School, he
c.ime to mo with the highest reioin
inundation from his leiebeis, and
what wn ald lu bh praise huh
ln-cii moie tbnii veiillcil. Moping
111 it be will meet with iiatruiiai;e
s'H'h in he iIom-ivos, uhloh will be
decidedly llliewil, and thanking all
ni( pationi', 1 cmilMciitly uconi.
mend to them m siccessor,
-1 tit VM. II. MoALLlSTEli.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Satnrday Bvenifl, May 28
Amateur Minstrel Co.
KiiM psif.iruiuncu of the third m rlc?,
on which oocasio i will be pro-
Screaming Local l'siree
Full piutkulnis laicr.
JJox plan now open at tho ollkc of .1.
E. Hiown&Co. -JS
THE I'TNKHAL of the late Mi-s
ADEI.AIDK AMELIA KALANI
NUIEHEIAMOKU LA5C.VKU8, tfill
lake place from her late residence, iL'ii
Bcreianlu street, on
Friday, May 27th, at 1 :30 p.m.
Friends and acquaintances aro reluct,
fully Invited to intend. !') H
Illustrate d Lectures.
On Art and Travel.
By Prof. Site? Dlcliiisoi
M. A., of JSiiMoii.
Under the iincplccs uf the Y. ,M. 0. A.,
In their Hull, ou tin: r.venlugs of
May 26th, and 30ih,
At 7:110 p. in.
Nheso famous Iculiius me lllustmlcd
by a iKiwciful Sliret pticou and have
been delivered with gieat siicocm In iho
leading clilrs of ihn United Suites.
The views are Hire, and many of them
am beaiitllully coloicd by tin: best in
lUts of I'.uls and- l.ondi ll.
Sltmle TUUetu, 0 7
CiuiinuTh'UH', '.' 00
1'or sal.) at il' h mKti re. and of llm Y.
.M.O.A. Kiileit.lininenl Coniiuiitee,
10 -It J
AN INVALID OHAlIt, large nj?c.
Peifeclly new. Einlbhed In lino
style, with hook lest nnd commode at
lacliiiii'iit. ..Address " X," this olllco
DAILY 0ULLETIN SUMMARY
-10 column. $3 per annum, '
SI.: IV-i TJ.'
OPPKhS FOR SAUK
The Following: Goods,
Ux"S'o fish f.n'sli,''
Imperial Sperm Candles,
lloor Mt nsoitcil.
lit tl Si l II """I k,
(liilviinl. (I F,M e wire, 4, f i n 1 0,
Onlvniili-d Fenci) S aples,
Seaming Twine, l.ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockerywaro.
IIubback'R Whltf Lead,
" Red Lead,
Hubback' Itollcd is Raw Limed Oil,
(1, 7, t, 0 and 10 ft. Univ. Iron Roofing
Plain Univ. Iron, Hideo Cupping.
Galv. Iron Tubs ami Ducket',
S.iuccpnns, Tea Kettles, ito.
Single, Double & Children's Iron
A full n sirtmcntof
Galv Sron Pipe
!i 1,7-8, 1 and lj.f Inch Shoit
A Jood AsHortmciit of
in assorted widths from 3 ft.
to IS feet wide.
Cala. I. X. L. Lime.
Pentium! Oemtnt, &c Ac.
At tho lowest figure, of the finest qua'
W.irinnud genuine, mini ' of the pine
jiiice only and guarantcd to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deterlnratu in iiiili for any
number of years. Largo qnaiilitiiit ex.
ported eveiy ear, by some, of llie larg.
est coiuiiuielil tlrins. of this oily, to till
fcieni parts of Hie United S site and
the Qeiman Ktnpire,
MANUFAUlUllKl) AT Till:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
XJHtuiniHlied In 18(l!l.
Practical t'onftciliincr, I'mtiy
lintel, lii-t. Xiiiiiimi mill i'ort
Until Telephones No 7J.
On account of the prevalence In
the United Stale of America of tin
disease " Omit iu.1 nn Pluiirn.ptii'ii.
inoiiiii (.f (,'allli-'' iimiee is lie cliy
given that all Ciitlc arilving in this
Kingdom from any pirt of the
iiIk veiiieiitloncil e mntry, uill be
liablu to n Quarantine of not lets
than Ninety (9fj) Days, nml pnssi.
lily for n Ipngor pi-rlcd, according
to Section IV Chapter XXIX of the
lteviicd Liwj of 1841.
Uy order of the Hoard of Inspect,
ors of Aninmlf.
'2 v Evccuthu Insptcior.
H. C. SHELDON
Has opened a
IN WAILUKU, MAUI,
and Is picpaicd lo build
Sugar Wagons, Improvod stylo,
2-whcel Dump Carts.
Gooseneck Sugar Wagons,
Buvklioardi, Brakes, Expresses,
Sugar Coolers, Julco Tanks, &c.
Horse Mi of I uf u Specialty.
Kor the cmweiiience of the pulilic he
will hcikI a toy to Iviihuliii, SprcckelR.
illo and Pai.i on 'l'liesdays and Fridays
find to Waihee and Wi'ilknpii un Wid
nesdays nnd Sntuidiys. 4'A'2v
i MNSTEH MKUII.SXI(!Nillliig lo
MX. iipprentlco mi iiitelilgiiiit 'Pol til
juese boy of 15, will find one who spi nks
Eugllsli, aid has Ihoii through tho clc
inentnrv school course, by applying; ill
this clilce. -i)w
. .df& ONE (IOOD SL'VXD
-( iiiiuiiy JMiirej pericuy
f uiifo to drive bv lmlles
or olilldicn. Apply to
Sltf At No. 10 Queen St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE LOT. corner Pcnsncola
nnd Lunalilo St, which can be
divided inlo two or moid building lots.
Kncjiilioof G. WEST,
1054 Of West, Dow & Co.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
4- adycrtUc in tho Daily Bulletin,
MK. 1JL. JT. H.AJRT.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II is relume 1 from an Fr n I co, an I having
Second tho m'i vices ofu First-Class Pastry Coolc,
h eh en b ( i the "Klltc," u oie than eer, to make u
Superior qiiuliiy ol' till kinds of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Water lot, & .
Our t'niify Cnkrn nrc the I'l-lilo of llonolutu.
Ami we bako eu'iy tiny 1iidy Finger, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dips, nnd
mmiy nthui kinds fo numerous to mention.
Kpnngc, round. Fruit nnd Jelly I'nkcM alnrnyii on linnd,
or niudo lo unlet on jhoit noiUe, iu uuy style.
A line lino of Choice Candies always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public I lulted to inspect our nock and store, which is now iu One order.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
1IA11T & STEINEH, Proprietors,
M utual Tele. 8SS ear Open dailv until 11 p. m.-n Hell Tele. 182.
Hell TcI.34H. Sltilunl Tel. 1U.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cotlagos to Lot or Leaso lu delight
ful locations, within cn-y reacu of the
htiHlncss part of the city, with mcimnio
dations suited to any icqulrducnt and
on ino-t favorable terms.
Three Lodging Establishments tor Salo I
nil paying iiuiuisomeiN.
Tho "Old Cornor," at Kuuutiu and
Queen Sticets, for sale onu of the best
btiHlness standi in tho city.
Three Piocos of Real Estate iu tlil- dis
trict, outside of the (lty, for Mile or
To Let Two cottages Ici'-nnily situated
on thti IIiiiiU it' I'll' olibuwl Hill, to
wards 'MalJkl, one mile I oui ihu V.
O; dilglilfiil accomiiiiiiiatioiis for
small famili s.
To Lot A collngo with lm-geyard loom
mid stnl lti acconimodutiou for n mini,
bcr of hoisea.
For Salo or Leaso. Lot 11(1 ft. by tin ft.
Kustcily i oritur of Foit anil i-chcol
sluets. Water I ild on. Tllle peiltcl.
Uuo of tliu Iluc'bt bcilding sitei iu the
Lcaso of Fish Pond for Sale'. A rare op.
poitiinity is now o ill' ml to sccuru u
long luiso of one of tliu mrxl pmllta.
ble ilsli pom s iu this district A large
outlay has lately li'.-cu made for !m-provtin.'iit-j
ami' the pioimiy a in tine
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Oppoi-tiiiiltli-M for proflt
Full paitlciilars given upon npplicii
tlon hi the Agency.
No. 3U Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Wan'td Immediately. Phi) good enrpcr.
lei lauflinl unployiiii-iit at oi oe on
ii'pli(Hliou at 1 lie agency None but
(oinpuli'iit w.iikmin nc-c-il apply.
Situation Wanted. Uy a nnehal cngi-iir-ci,
who din give the lust of lefer
Situations Wanted. IU tlm-c men us lio-t.
Icrs aid ifoiii ml" help rtil mike
llieiiisclM' u-i fill in doing the cjnms
In a piivate f unily.
Situation Wanted as liounkeqi 'r or uuise
by a while lady, of experience in both
i apacliifM. Would ici'pt i positiort
a ii Indies' ttnvclmg o irpinioii and
rilsl-clas Hook-keepers, Oarpcntn,J,
Steward'. Cool;-', Knr-es ainl other
skilhil labor dcsiriii!! (iiiplovinont.
nici: euhnimihd kkont
loom nt No. -1 Harden Iinr. 04
IQx " Ilei'oulcM."
In 10 gtllon (Iruiii",
Jun the thing for PlunUtlon ne.
Boiled Unseed Oil!
iu C gallon Patent Drums.
Don Machinery Oil
In (I enllon Patent Drums.
OkjY" 1 lice drum, when emptied, nro
convcitiblo into bucket, y-
CSTPor sale at Lowest rate1 at
F. A. Schaefer & Co's,
and other i lac-, of help
fumlbheil promptly by
J. E.BROWN & CO.,
in tf as Merchant niioet
Hiving fold my Epnfa lliisi
Mean and good-will to Mr. M. N.
S uidcra, on acrnunt of Intended
iU'ji.-iiiuif 1...H! the ICiiiiilom,
1 hereby miuesi nil clnlniH
ug'ilnit mo to lm presented by
the iotlt of May, nnd nil bill
owing mo to bo paid by the In
of Juno, 1837.
2U2iv V. II. OEDINC,.
''RHE DAILY BULLETIN -The
X moirt popular paper published,
ii fciWliy II ijftigMyaNM.iijjjiyygjiMgyqljf IMMqngMtaa
Dell Tel. 112. Jlutunl Tel. 872.
P. O. Box U07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, merchant St-,
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer the following:
To Lot. Shop in now brick building on
King etreet, near Nutianu, iic.t to
Chinese News Co.'b olllccs. Itent very
Rooms lo Rcnl Eiirnishcd in the lost
To Lei. Afi.roomcdCotlngc.wlth kitchen
attached ; upper end ol Xuiiiuni
Aieiiue, opposite "Valley Ilnniu," lu
excellent older. Hath and water con
ciil nccs. Kent $lf.
To Lei. a pleasantly A unled residence,
Lompriing two eottagcH, oiiihuiisej,
etc., ou l'auoa rnad,ncir Punchbowl
ticct. Rent very low to meet the
Ilouso and Lot for Salo. Very deslinble
tcsldence on Ueictiinia Street. The
h m-e contains -1 U(.drooins, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen nnd
llii'hroom. Mosipiito pioof. House
new and well built.
Lot 11)0 by ICO feet with privilege cf
hnyinu next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Loaso -With immediate pos.
scs-doti, that vnlunlilu estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY ItANCII,
sltiiaKd in tlw Xiiunt u Valley, 1
miles from tho cliy, and undoubtedly
the mon eligible silo for a milk or
milk and butter dairy In this Kingdom,
'lho above splendid pro eny may be
. hud on easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
acics of land oft Llllha Street; tin.
ilvalled iu a site for a gentleman'
residence. An early application, nee
cssnrv to purchase in n singlo lot. For
pniliculars apply to J. E. Brown & Co.
Wantod A respectable woman's? house
keeper nnd nurte in a small family.
SllU.Ulons wanted by
And other clas-cs of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'J8 Merchant Street.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing lo moke buckets of
when empty. For uile by
43 1m A. W. PIERCE&CO.
For 2 Weeks Only!
Our Semi Annual
will take place
All our remnant will be
placed on the counter, and
marked way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
unlrimmcd hats wo are
prepared to oil'er Bi? Bar
gains. Kemnants in all depart
ments. Come and see what avo
oiler you n,oxt Monday.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery Houso.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets. '
Cottage to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; fiirniluro nt n bargain.
Kor particulars enquire i f Jno, Mngoon
Agent, Merchant f licit, 27 tf '
JOB PRINfTNGQf all klndiTexe
outcd at tho D.IK.T Buu.ktin OfUco
Fourth Annual Mt'ctliiR
OP '1 HE
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held nt Knp ol .1 Pi rk,
June 10th and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.
!Ucc3 to commence at 12 noon.
Hi. Honolulu Plate, $50
Running Knee; mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Ilunnlng Itncc; Jj mile dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purse, $100
Mile heatri; bust U In 5; lo harness;
ftce for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added -
Ilunnlng Iline; ,1 mile dash; open
to all; winner to beat tho record of
"May D" l:1fl J.
Blh. Brcodor's Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; for all
!i year olds.
6th. Hawaiian Plate, $76
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commence at 10;80 a m. sharp.
lit. The Quoen's Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; free
2nd. Kamohamoha Plato, $150
Running Race; 2 mile dash; freo
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $150
1 rotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
II; to harness; opin to all.
4th His Majesty's Cup, $100 added) -Running
Rice; 1 mile dash; for
Iliwiiliun bred, horses; owntd by
memlers of the Jockey Club.
5th. Roslta Challenge Cup, $100 added
Kunning Race; mile dash; winner
lo heal the record ( f "Anglo A."
1 :454 made Juno 13, 1886. Cup to
be run for annually, arid to bo held
by the winnei until his lime is bia
ten at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6th. Tho King's Plate, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only ; mile heats; best two in
three; to linnus.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 milcdnOi; running; 1st quarter $25
yz mile 925
1 mile $2.)
a.f. mile $35
Opun to nil Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockoy Club Post Match;
Sweepstakes, 820. nnd $10 added.
Sweepbtaks Tiotting or Paclnp
Race; best 3 iu 3: free for ail hotses
who have not a record of 3 rains, or
better. To Lo driven by members
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. Pony Race, $75 N
Kunniog Race; 1 miln dash; open
to only Iliwailau bred Miom'8, not
over 14 hands, and not under ii yrs.
old; catch weights. V
All entries to cloe at 13 o'clock noon,
on M'inrltty June 0 h 18b7, at the otllce
of the Secretary, and nil entrance fees to
be 10 per cent, unless otherwise specifi
ed. All nines to be mn or trotted under
thcnilca or the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Grand Stand, txirn... 50 cents nnd SI
Cairinges inside of Course... $3 fiO each
Quarter Stretch Bjdgas $3.00 each
C. 0. BERQEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
Australian Hail Service
FOB HS FltANCISCO,
The now nnd lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamihlp Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers ou ov auout that
i.i.Mi?i1,?,?,i,Lor rm8sW. having 6U.
PER10K ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new a-id fli.o Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho due at Honolulu from San
FrancUco on or about
June 10th. 1887.
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PbRlOIt ACCt,M.MOi)ATIONf , apply
:'7 WM. Q. IEWIN CO., ARenu,
For Sale or Lease,
rnHOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
m .. ;.u,mhou Street called "Kananllo.
snlc or for lease for a term of years,
For particulars inqulro of '
ALEX. J. OAirnVRIGHT
Honolulu, Deo. 13, 180. ioa
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