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BISHOP A Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Banlc oi Cnlllbrnln, S. XT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Cotnnwolal Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co, of Sydney,
The Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurcli, nnd Wellington,
Tito Bank of Hrltlsh Columbia,
torla, B. C, 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 hotter publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor in there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may depend,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of the English-speaking world,
and the demand for them Is constantly
Subscription, including Postago to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
Notice to Subscribers
On nndjaftcr this day,"
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will hava charge of the delivery of the
Bulletin Ofkici:, May 2,'1887.
lw gnilij gull din.
Pladged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat csUMlshed.br the benefit of ill.
FRIDAY. MAY 27. 1887.
A MONUMENT TO MINISTERS.
About the only Government ac
tion, for a number of years, tending
to the improvement of the city of
Honolulu, worthy of note, was that
of the Interior Department which
immediately followed the great lire
of :i little over a year ago. The
then Minister had the perception to
sec the greatness of the opportunity
afforded by the lire, and the courage
to act promptly on his own responsi
bility. A large area was swept of build
ings, and the Minister issued an
order prohibiting the erection of any
permanent structures on tho burnt
district, until it had been surveyed,
and fire limits fixed by the Legis
lature which was about to meet.
Surveys were at once made, new
streets laid out, old ones widened,
grades established, etc., and bills
drafted for the Legislature, aiming
at the legalisation of the action
taken. It was n grand opportunity
for re-arranging an important part
ofthe city on an improved plan,
and the opportunity was seized. The
plan was adopted by the Legisla
ture, excepting that a proposed
street or two were lopped off, and
the fire limit reduced.
That Minister retired from office
shortly after, and sinco then tho
portfolio has been held in turn by
two gentlemen. What has either of
them done to perfect the work com
menced by their predecessor? Lite
rally and absolutely nothing. There
are the openings surveyed for now
streets, full of tree stumps, rocks,
mounds, and holes. Buildings have
been erected off tho lines, and on
irregular grades, because tho owners
could not so much as get tho in
formation which they sought at tho
Interior office, and which that oflico
should have furnished them. The
district is a monument to Ministe
rial incapacity, inertness, or neglect.
It is no answer for the Depart
ment to say that it Iuih no money,
so long as money can bo found for
other objects of Inutility, frequently
enumerated in these columns. N'or
can Ministers bo excused or their
Bins of omission extenuated, on the
plea that Lucy arc powerless to con
trol the disbursement of tho public
funds. They should insist upon
having tho control, or jesign liko
men. If they were possessed of a
duo mcasuro of wlf-respect, this is
what they would do. If theyaio
tho King's responsible Ministers,
and not merely his iclcrks, they
' should sustain tho dignity of their
position, and not play tho part of
Hubsorvient tools, for the sake of
5500 per mouth &iul penulventuro a
fow pickings. He men, if .you have
to go nnd work on thu uhaif or ill a
tnro patch, nnd tnen will honor nnd
A WISE PROHIBITION.
As tlio ptibliu arc mostly awiuo,
for several days) past printed notices
hnvo been stuck mound the town,
prohibiting the throwing of slops
nnd filth into the public streets. The
prohibition emnuntcs from the Ho mil
of Health, nnd bears the signature
of its energetic agent, Mr. C. 11.
Reynolds. Kvery decent citizen
sanctions this action, and hopes to
sec the prohibition rigidly enforced,
without respect to poisons. Ihc
greatest offenders against decency in
this respect hitherto, have been tho
Chinese. In their part of the town,
where they have balconies overhang
ing the side-walks, no one can feel
secure walking along the street sides
nuy hour of tho day or evening. He
is always in danger of receiving a
baptism of filthy soapsuds or some
thing worse. Tho anticipation is not
pleasant, and tho actual cxperlcnco
is worse, Tlio rum oi a sun oi
clothes, perhaps new, and the injury
to one's feelings, arc exceedingly
exasperating. Then thcro is the
general discomfort caused by tho
stench originating from this filth, as
also tho injury to public health from
the same cause. What effect the
Board of Health's order may have
had, so far, wo ar unable to say,
but arc quite sure that if after allow
ing sufllcient time for it to become
generally known and understood, all
offenders arc promptly prosecuted,
the nuisance will soon lie entirely
abated, which is a result fervently
desired. If we cannot have our
streets nicely Macadamised, as we
should like, there is at least ground
of hope that they may be ridded of
one lung-existing nastincss.
As scveial communications have
lecently appeared in the Bulletin
lclating to the bad condition of Ka
piolani street, a member of our
staff made a pcisonal inspection of
that thoroughfare yesterday, and
found it to bo no better than it had
been represented. To bo sine, two
or three line days had evaporated
the moistuie,and what was sticky mud
and slippery declivities had become
dry earth; but the deep ruts, which
are just the thing to make a capsize,
with damage to the vehicle and
greater injury to its occupants, are
there all the same. Kapiolani street
is one of tho public highways, of
which there are s-o many in tho
suburbs of Honolulu, that has ap
parently never been touched by the
Government, beyond the pielimiuary
operation of surveying. As there
aic several homesteads located along
its foursc, and on another street
which branches from near its upper
end and runs at right angles to it,
its traillc is necessarily extensive in
all weathers. Bad and dangerous as
the street now Is, it would not re
quire much labor nor material to
put it in a passable and safe condi
tion. A filling in of tho ruts, open
ing of water courses on eacli side
and using tho earth to mako a road
bed, with a good covering of gravel
and black sand, of which wo arc
told thcro is a plentiful deposit near
by, w;oulil make a respectable high
way. All this can be done in a short
time, and with it :.mall sum of
money-. Tho value of one ol the
Kaimiloa's guns would be sutllcicnt,
and would, so expended, 'elicit from
taxpayers words of commendation,
instead of curses, ns where it is now
Saturday, May 28th,
At 10 a. in., at our sales room,
(Jueen St., we Mill sell at public uuctton,
White undcolorul shirts,
AVIiiui dress foods,
Orocciles, Tablo fruits.
Sucks Snjiiir nnd Pointoes,
Koi liedslci Is, Purlin: Matti'ttssoh,
Lounges, etc., etc.
And at 12 noon,
lieeis anil (Hi),
One Horse broken to harness.
ADAMS & CO.,
j. room nt No. 4 Gulden I.inr.
' YOU WANT
'ANT A SERVANT,
n tho Daily JIuluvi in,
During tho years 1883, 1
188.i and 188G the Government i
New South Wales paid out SI, 807,
1G0 in bounties for tho heads of
7,853,787 rabbits. '
Tho most dangerous enemies of
tho submarine cable in southern
seas arc the coral nanus una inu
teredlnc, tin I insect which abounds
in those localities, nnd which seeks
its uoutishment out of thu gutta
pcieha which lines the cable.
A Wult-stieet broker has a retreat
in North Branch, N. J., and em
ploys u number of trained carrier
pigeons to carry news fiom his
olllco to his country home. The
birds bring him slips of thin paper
on which arc printed the names and
prices of stocks.
My order of JOS. 1'. MENDONOA,
Administrator of tho Estate of Doming"
Lopez ltnmns, late of Honolulu, de
ceased, I will sell nt Public Auction,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1887
At 12 noon. In front of tnyoalesrooms
Cor. Fott nnd Queen Sts.
5 Yoke Working Oxen
Well broken, and
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes & Chains
dr TERMS CASII.-n
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 4t Auetioni'er.
I run instructed by Mr. f!. D Frct-th
to oiler for sale nt public auction, at my
On Wednesday, June 1st,
At 12 noon, his very desirable
Residence nt Waikiki !
There N an aliundant sunnly of Fre'h
i Wiilcr, nnd a lino oiiporlunltv for Sea
1 l.,.i.t ..!. .. .. .1... .1.. ..lit....
ijtlllllllLr, lib tllU JUlll (t U1U Ut Ulllll.
'I In- "ground 4 nro idccl. laid out nnd
plumed wlili trees and Mowers.
There me also
Litrc St ablos and ltarn.
Servant's loom, &c.
l'lnn of thu properly can he seen nt
my olllue, mid lor fnillier piiiiicul:ir
apply tn .Mr. Frtcllt, at the olllcn of
MtiMarliinu & Co.
Trims Hindu known nt tint' of tale.
LEWIS ,J. LEVEY,
41 lii Auctioneer.
ANURSEMAID totikn charge of
no clilldicii; unci lie a unnl
il Dill v by Ittlcr to ilrj,
T. IE. Walker,
Honolulu. 47 It
, A WIIITi: POODLE.
mgf 1 11'Hurn to thu iiiiiio of
JwrK "Hi ('Key " lias been le.
jLV veuiilly clippid liko a lion.
"-A icvtnrd will lit) ulvfii to
iIr' Under by leaving tl ig at (Ills ofllee
TX TIIK SUl'RKMK COURT
X of the Iliiuiiiiiiu liluniR In the
matter of AKAIIW fch), ut Oiiomen,
1 1 Ho Hawaii ncnintt "lioin a I'Ctlllon for
adjudication s filed on the 21x1 (hi vol'
March. 1837, in niidC'oiitt. in IJutikrup.
tcy. llufoio Hon. E. Preston,
'llic'.'itli tiny of May, 1S-7.
Upon lending llio t-nlil petition, and
upon proof befmo inu takt.ii, I no 11 ml
that I lie euld AKAIIAI (oh), Iimh become
a b.inkiii)t within tin- true intuit
ai it mi-iiuliis; of lliuActnppinu'd on lite
2l)ih day ot Aiifjun, 1831, entitled "Au
Act to l emulate proteidings In Iiunl;.
ruptcy in the Hawaiian islands."
Anil I do heieby dtelare and mlulge
him a lmnk'iii accord inely.
And I do further oitler ilint Ihc endi
tow of the slid bnnkiiipt comn in and
pro'c (heir debts be.oro such Jus.
lice of the Supreme Court us fIihII be
slitlne; In Chaiiibirs at Alilolani Hale,
Honolulu, on the Kith liny of June
1S37, between the hours of ten o'cloi k
in lliu forenoon and noon of the
Mifd day, and elect one or mote assignee
or assignees ot thei-itid luiliUrupl eipitu.
And that nolico ibertiif be published
in the Daily Hui.uni.s', and Juwaiiuii
Ciiiicsf AVim nep,tieu pulilihbid in
Honolulu, in the l'.nu;llih and UhliiCbU
And Ilint the tald bankrupt i-hiill im.
mediately Mo with the Cleik ot this
Honorable C'ouit a tckcdulc of his ei ed
itors and assets, us letpilieil bv the mid
Act. K l-UKVlON,
Justine ot the hiipiemc Court.
Attest: V 11 i.um Fo-tkii
s?d Dt'pniy i leik. 47 Kit
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Satnrflay Evening, May 28
Amateur liiistrel Co.
FirM. ji'if irinaiieo of thu third Pd'ics,
nu wliieli occasion will be pit).
Scrtsiuninj; Local Faroe
airfc qh ABrif "
Full ijaiticuliiis later,
JJrx plnn now open ut the olllcn of J,
E. HtoHii .V Co. h'j
TWO HARNESS MAKERS, or
X two Inn nt bs ttlluherh; i'mii have
BKiuiy emploj incut nl C. II AMM FIl'S,
cm in r Foiiniul Klne; his. 45 !lt
T)AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
XJ 10 Loliiuis, $'.! per uiimim,
w x.v u una a
i .nriyiMf.-;riTT?prM;rtj fipnytKayttao .Miiwixyii mmyvatwrnM
OFFKH8 FOR SALE J
The Following Goods. '
T"e"Sco tluli IisMe,'' .
Imperial Sperm CaiulleH,
Gnl V1111I71 it Kim o Wire, 4, r i n J 0,
flnlv.niir-il Fciiuc S nplw,
SenmliiK Twine, 4. ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Hubback's White Lend,
" Red bend.
liubbaek' Ilollcd As Haw Unscd Oil.
0. 7, f, 0 and 10 ft. Uulv. Iron Hoofing
Plain Qalv. Iron, Hlduu Capping,
O.tlv. Iron Tubs and Ilucket
H uicenans. Tea Kettles. iVe.
Blnglf, Doullu b Children's lion
A full a sortment of
Galv Iron Pipe
U.J, 7 8, 1 and l( Inch Shoit
' A 4'ooit AkourdiiL-nt of
In nstorled widths from 3 ft.
to 18 fctt wide.
Cala. B. X. L. Lime.
l'oitlnnd Cement, &c &o.
FUH SAI.K HY
. 4.i 1 w
Bl"INU about lo lciiNC Honolul i
lor my home in Sfui Finiiulscn,
I have Hindu iirniiigrmt'iits lor the
ounK nun, C5KO. IIL'DUY, who
. lias been a t-tudei t U' dentistry Willi
mu for marly four yeirs, lo con
tinue ilia busincMi nt the olllcu now
occupied by mo t know him to he
etiiiiptteiit'io do thu work ihnl will,
be letpiitt tl of him, inn woikinan.
like lii'inner, not o.ily fiom oIi.-li-vii.
t.on but f't.in peihoual experience,
ami hliould I ouliesitnie to )luto my
fil' until r hi- cue In lliu hi me, s
I lime tlone in lliu past Hour-tied
as lie was In Foil-felieel Sehoiil, hu
e.une to inu with the highest leeom
menilalioii fiom his to it her-, and
uhiit whs laid in 1 jt prni-e bus
been more than eruieil. lloplnj
ilint he will meet with p.itroiiauc
j I'll as lie ileieives, uhloli will I e
tleeldudly liber il, and thanking all
ni( palioni-, 1 conlldHiill) rtcom
mend to them mv is icictvi .
1) 2t WM. 11. McATJ.lSTKR.
On nccnuiil of thu pwv ilenee in
the United Stall of Aimrirn ol the
ilhu inu "Conttelnu l'leiini-'.uei.
iniinin of Cattlu." not leu Is hereby
given that nil otitic itiilviiiji? in this
Kingdom fium any put ot thu
iilievementlomd enintiy, will lie
liable to a Quarantine of not loss
than Nino'y (90) Days, ami possi.
lily for ii longer period, apcorillnir.
to Seeiion IV Chapter XXIX of the
Itevi.cdl.iwt or 1831.
By order of lliu Hoard of Inspect,
orh ol AnlnmK
; ".'.v Kxci'iitivu lasptcior,
1")L NUTATION LAHORKRc,
and other 1 1 uses of help
furnished ntimptly by
J. E.BROWN & CO.,
Ilitf . 23 Sliichimt street
4 MVSI'KIt MKCinXK) willing to
x"jL uicilicu an iiiielllgtiiit l'urtii.
tucfio boy uf 15, will llnd one who i-jx ales
hnglisli, aid Irit tnen through thu flu
mentiity hdiool eouioe, by applying at
this t lllce. )!! lw
FO II SALE.
AN. 1XVAIII) C1I III, lu,:ii ble.
IVifeelly new. Fiuihlii'il In lino
style, with book ro-t and tommnd'i a(
(iicliment. Atltlie-s ' XJ' litis olllee
ONE HOOD S( UNI)
fiuiilly Mare; perlvt'lly
isiifo tn tlfivu liy hullo
oi I'lilldien Applv to
At Ja. 10 Queen St.
FOR SALE !
ONI! LARGR LOT. comor l'cnfiicola
and I.iiunllli) Sts, wliloli ran bo
dlvldm Into twoor moro building lots.
Knciulieof O. WKHT,
1.151 Of West, How & Co.
I TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
J. ndycrllso in thu Daily Uuu.ln,
. nu!.1- 'rtUBBMm-iLi,) m
Of the Very. Best Quality Obtainable I
Having secured tho privilege of the use of the GEAND
bTAND, nt the Kapiolani Race Course, at the
coming races, on the 10th and Llth
ot June, will be .prepared to
which he guarantees will be
Siiperioi-1 to amy fclieve Oileiel
to the public before, consisting of
ce Creams, Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Lemonade and Cream Drinks,'
Strong Hot and Cold Coffee with Cream and Buns,
A large assortment of Cakes,
Ham, Dread and Butter, Sandwiches,
Roast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the iinest flavour,
Salad, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,, etc.
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
necd'to talce their own provisions, as F. HORli" promises
to sell at the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every
body. P. IIOUNr, Honolulu Steam Candy Factory,
oakery, and Ice Cream Jnirlors,
Established 18(iS. U7d Xo. 71 Hotel Street.
MU. ML. J. IIA.K.T,
Elite See Cream Parlors,
Has tt'turiied from Situ Fraiii'hi-o, and liuvlng
Secured the services of it First-Class Pastry Cook,
which enables the ''I'litr," moro thnn ever, to make a
Superior quality of till kinds of Ico Cream, Sherbets,
Witter Icis, tfce.
Our J'nnry Culirs me the l'i'ltle of Ilonnliilii,
And we luike eveiy diij Lntly Finger.", Miiciiimoiis, Drop Cukes, Coco Dips, and
ninny oilier kintK t m uumeioun to mention.
ii'ionge. INiiiiiiI. Fruit and .lolly CakcH nlwnyH m linnil,
or mtido to oitlei tn sdiort notice, in nnj style.
A line line of Choice Candies always iu stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public 1 iiiNitLil lo ii sped our block ut.i1 store, wli.ch is now in fine order.
Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
HART & STEINER, Proprietors,
3Iutul'lcli. iilS ILSfOpen dnilv until 11 p. in-a Bell Tele. 182.
.11 it Mini Tel.
General Busks Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Let or Loose in delight
ful locations wlihln en-y ivu-n of ibe
business part of thu city, w Ith in e immo
tl nioiih milled lo any iiiiilriuicnl nnd
on ino-l iiiMiinblu tonus
Three Lodging Establlthments (or Sale
ill pit) inu IniUiUoiiiel).
Tho "Old Corner," ni Knu and
(Jin en 8ni'et, fm hilii miu of the best
In, hiikb- u amir, in the oliy.
Thrco Pioces of Real Estalo in this dis
trie', outside of thu ilty, for sale or
To Lot Two eiiitM(,'s ilen'.:inily situated
mi tin- ll.ink if I'm clibowl Hjll, to.
wind Makikl, one mile ft inn ihc l.
) ; tM'j,'liifiil ticLommoduilous for
To Let A cotuire with liirgu yurd mom
ami stablu in ttininiudiititm iur a num.
For Sale or Lease. I.M 1!(I ft. iy oi ft.
llui-tfily i oilier of Fti.l ami t c-liintl
strifts. 'Wiili.'i liidoii. Til li perfect,
Oiieof (lie llnet beihliiig blttn in tho
Lease ol Fish Pond (or Sale. A nun op.
porltiuity is now olleied to bet'iiiun
Itniir lease of onti of thu mi si prolltn.
bin lUh pnuilM Iu IhU tllstilei Alurftu
outlay has lately bet u miidu for im
piowiueiiiv, anil Ihc property is in line
i A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
1'nrlvnlli'il Oniiortiinitli'H for iiftillt
Kill) piirtlciihii'M ghen upon appliia.
tlon at lite Aeui').
No. 30 Merchant Strcot, Honolulu.
Wanted Immediately. Flvo good carpen.
teis tan llnd tmploymeiit at once on
appliiatioii at the agency. Nonu but
(oinpmt'iit Win U nu a n ft 1 1 apply.
Situation Wanted. lly u ptucl'iil engl
life', who tun" give tho biht of infer,
Situations Wanted. lly I'lrcnini'ii as host,
lers and geut'ial ' help 'till niiiko
thfini-nU'j-, n-teful In doing the ehores
in u piivnie f imily.
Situation Wanted as hoiiM'kei pr or tun so
by a hltu hidy, of i' i Mtyu In both
t np.udliei. Would iiejcpv a position
a a indies' tiavclini' o inp,ininn and
Flr-l-i la-s lliwik.koi'pt i, Caipeiitrr,
Mmtiiltli, L'oiikH, Km''!- and other
bkillut labor ileslrlnir implin incut.
Cottage to Itont
AND I'-UKNITUHE 1'OU SALE
Low rent; fiirnlluru tit a bnrcain.
Kur )) irticulnrs cmiuirii i f Jno. Mamam,
Agent, Merchant Mrctt. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING of all kinds cxt
vulcd at tho Daily Uui.i.U'uh Olllco
LOOK ! I
Hell Tel. r2.
Mutual Tel. 372.
Hox li07. .
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Seal Estate Agate, Etc.,
Oiler the fallowing:
To Lot. Shop in new biick building on
Kinjj blreel. near Nuniuni. next lo
Chlnete Kes Co.'s oillces. Itei.t vcrj
Rooms to Rent FurnMied in the best
To Lot. ACroomcd Ct tlage.wlthkitchen
attached; upper end oi Xuunnu
Aouue, ojipo-itii " Valley 4Ioii)b," in
excellent oidei. 1'iiih tiiul water con.
eiiitnces. Kent Sir1.
To Lot. jv pleasantly tl ualed rcsldenee,
CUIIlJUIMIlg IWO Vllllllgl'M, ouiiiiiiise-i,
etc., ou l'atioa roiid,nenr Punchbowl
Mteit. Kent very low to meet the
Houso and Lot (or Sale. Very desirable
lesideiieo on Ileieti.nia Blreel. The
hmire contains 4 Ilcdrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, i'antry, Kitchen and
La broom, Mostpilto jiroof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by HiO fet villi privilege of
buying next lot, Will be sold cicap.
For Sale or Lease -With immediate flos.
bUNjlllll, I mil vuiuaoiu CS1UIO KIlOUIlllK
i tho NUUANU VALLEY HaNCH
situaiid in tho Xiiuiuai Valley. 1
miles lrom the cliy, and undoubtedly
tho mon cllgllilo situ for a milk or
milk ai d bullet dnliy in this Kingdom.
I 'lh above, tplundl.l pro; orty mny be
hud on easy terms,
! For Sato A sp'ciidiil property of over 5
' am c of hind oil Llliha htteel; tin.
livnllcd iu u bIio tor a gentlrmuii's
I residence An early application ncc
I rstarv to t.urcliAu in ilnglo lot. For
iniiiicuiars nppiy to.l. K. urown & Co
Wanted A respectable woman as house
keeper ami nunc in a binall t imily.
Bluititions Mintcd liy
Ui Ivors, .
Ami other clashes of help
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written, up,
i!8 Merchant Pi reel. in
IN 5 GALLON IRON'DRUMS
Just thu thing tn inuko buckets of
when empty. For sale by
lm' A. W. PIERCE&CO.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
most poiutl.tr puper published.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held at Kapiolani Pirk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Baces
First Day, Juno 10th, 188?.
Races to commence at 12 coon.
lit. Honolulu Plate, $50
Running Race; mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horse I.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Running Race; J, mile dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purse, $100
Milu bents; best il in 5; to harness;
ficc for all.
4th.-Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Running Rune; $ lniledush; open
to all; winner to beat the record of
5th. Breedcr'i Plato, 75
Run nine; Rucc; mile dnsh; for all
'J year olds.
Glh.-liawallan Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races lo comiucuco ut 10:S0am. sharp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plate, $75
Hunulng Itace; pintle dash; free
2nd. Kamohamcha Plate, $150
Iiunning Iluce; 2 mile dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $1 50
Trotting ltacc; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; opm to all.
41h His Majosty'f Cup, $100 added.
Iiunning ltice; t mile dach; for
Iliwiilan bnd horses; owned by
members of the Jockey Club.
5lh. Iloslla Challenge Cup, $100 added
Kiinnlng ltuco; mile dash; winner
to beat the record if "Anglo A."
1 :I5' made June 12, 18S0. Cup to
be run for annually, and to be held
by tho wlnnri until his time is bea
ten at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6th. Tho King's Plate, $100
Trotting Raco; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mile heats j best two la
thtcc; to hurncss.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 milcdnh;runuing; 1st quarter $25
1 mile if'-'.)
) mile $25
Optm to nil Hawaiian bred horses.
Blh. lockey Club Post Match,
Sweepstakes, 830, and $10 ndded.
Swcepstnks Trotting or Pacing
Ttaco; best 2 in !): frco for all hoises
who huvo not n record of 3 mlns. or
better. To Le driven by members
of the Jockey Club.
l'ony Race, $75
Kunning Huce; 1 mile dnsh; rjun
to only iliuniiuu bred hordes, not
over 14 lunds, nnd not under il yrs.
old; catch weights.
All intries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on M"iitlay June tlih 1887, at the oftiee
of tlio fcecrclnrj, and all entrance fees to
be 10 per cent, mile's otherwise spe'cifl
cd. All limes to lie run or trotted under
tliertilca of the Hawaiian Jockey Clnb'.
Admission fiO cents each
To Grand Stand, txtrn... 50 rents nnd $1
Carriages inside of Courbe.. .$2.fi0 each
Quarter Stretch I) ulges $5i00 each
0. Q. BEaQEB, Secretary, H. J.O.
Australian Mail Service .
FOR HS.S FRANCISCO,
The new and fine AI steel Btcnmshlp
Of tho Occunic Sieamihip Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 3rd, 1887,
Ami will leave for tho above port with
mulls and passengers on or about that
Kor Height or passage, having BU
PEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IKWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The ntw a-id lino AI steel steamship
Of tlio Oceanic Stenimhip Company, will
be due at Ilonolul'i from San
Fiauciico on pr aLou( '
June 10th, 1887,
And will Ifivo piompt dl Hatch wllh
iiiiilU nnd iiiufiiiiif'i'iu for ilteillmve port".
l-KUlOlt ACC M.MpDATlON, Ripply
a? WM. 0. IEWW .C0., Afrenta.
for S?Up or' Lonso,
THOSE PRKM1SE8 SITUATED OK
Punahbu Street called "Kan'nnllo.
hln," tho prpperty of 0. II. tfudd, are for
Biilo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inqulro of
ALEX. J. OARTWIIIGHT.
Honolulu. Deo. 18. WO. Jf03
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