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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
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Published about the End and Middlo
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
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Bulletin Officii, May 2, 1887.
SJit giiUjj SwlWin.
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But established tor the benefit cf all.
SATURDAY. MAY 28. 1887.
After years of waiting, columns
of printed complaints, much be
seeching, several petitions, and al
most total abandonment of hope,
the people in the neighborhood of
the Lunatic Asylum have had their
road attended to. The narrow
thoroughfare leading from the l'a
lama road, near the Reformatory
School gate, to tho Asylum, and
which was, in tlws wet season, an
impassable traiLef taro patcli mud,
has been overlaid with a thick cover
ing of coral. 'Jhie finishing strokes
have not yetbeeirsipplicd, probably ;
but the road is mviv traversable in
all weathers. UcttcrWc than never;
and the people concerned are jubi
lant that at last their prayer has
been beard, and thoy can get to and
from their residences without wading
through mud Knec-dccp. Thanks to
-thtvRoael Supervisor, or Minister of
Interior, or whoever ordered the
LITTLE THINCS AMUSE TITTLE MINDS.
"Little things amuse little minds,"
is an old and common saying which
has just recently been exemplified
and illustrated in the capital city of
the Hawaiian Islands.
A gentleman of unusual altitude
was going to his home, after ending
his day's duties, at about 10 o'clock
Thursday night. His road led past
the stone fence which surrounds the
King's palace. For some reason or
other he perched on something and
looked over the wall, or, as one ac
count says, sat on the walland
looked over. He was seen by a
policeman, who among others had
probably received special instruc
tions to take care of that wall. The
policeman, as in duty bound, nccost
ed tho gentleman, perhaps telling
him that he had overstepped thu
rights of a good citizen. The latter
tried to explain, but neither tho
offender nor the ofllcer understood
each other's language, and thoy both
went together to the Police Station,
where explanations were offered and
understood, nnd the gentleman was
politely told that lie might go home.
This is n simple little story, but
it has produced intense interest in
many minds. Of course, there nro
about a dozen ways of telling it(
each one containing somo grace notes
which distinguishes it from the
others; but this appears as near
straight as any. None of them
assort, for a wonder, that the man
was endeavoring lo plant u battery
of guns on tho wall, or thnt ho had
a box of dynamite under his arm,
or that he was Just in tho act of
throwing a ilfty-ton dynamite bomb,
or that hn had nn nrsctml bwiitir
nrountl hi? neck, or even thnt ho
carried such a dangerous concealed
weapon as an old jack kulfo. Ko,
notbirjg of this sensational natuio
whatever. The man was simply
looking over tho wall, or perched on
the wall with one leg bunging down.
A very simple thing for anyono to
do, and just what the writer bus
seen both men and boys do on differ
ent occasions, piomptcd by curios
ity, and without suspecting that they
were liable to make themselves
famous by the act.
Viewed in one light, this little
affair of Thursday night was a for
tunate occurrence, for it furnished a
day's diversion in dull times. It
was tho one topic of the town most
of the day yesterday, and during
the afternoon groups of men gathered
under the verandahs of Merchant
street yes, Merchant street, where
wisdom, wit, and wealth are sup
posed to concentrate and talked
over this trivial little affair with nil
the gravity and solemnity of u great
question which involved tremendous
issues. It was plain to sec how little
things affect little minds, and a trifle
surprising to Unci how many minds
fitted the measure.
THE SPY SYSTEM,
When the condition of a country
is such that its government resorts
to espionage, and establishes a
system of spies, it is in a pretty
bad way looks rather sick not
very comfortable for the govern
ment, and horribly unpleasant for
the people. A tyranny of this nat
ure is among the worst forms of
tyranny. The history of Trance
which embraces the few years im
mediately preceding the destruction
of the bastile furnishes a vivid ex
ample. AVhcii a government has to keep
track of its own people by a set of
spies, it may be safely taken for
granted that there is something
wrong about the government. In a
free country, loyalty to government
is usually legulated by, and in pro
portion to, the government's prac
tical concern for the public welfare.
CScnerally, if the government is
managed in the interests and for the
Welfare of the people, the people
will be loyal and contented, and it
will not be necessary to track and
shadow them by spies. On the
other hand, if government arrogates
to itself special privileges, conducts
public affairs in its own interest,
and despises the voice of the peo
ple, dissatisfaction, discontent, and
disquiet will almost surely follow, if
not plotting, undermining, and revolt
just the condition which usually
To bring the matter home, the
spy system is, to some extent, in
vogue here. It is not a new idea
nor a new practice. It has been
operated more or less for several
years past. A set of unprincipled,
double-faced sycophants, who in
some instances have sold their em
ployers unknown to those gentle
men, have been engaged in this
meanest of all occupations. Hut at
present we arc enjoying quite a
stirring revival in this line. Some
of the old practitioners, quickened
afresh, and a lot of new converts,
are Hitting around and shoving their
unsavory noses and hypocritical vis
sages into nooks nnd corners, into
places of business and private
houses, in prosecution of their con
tomptible calling, and not always
confining themselves to tho truth in
their reports to their masters, who
do not show great sagacity in their
choice of material.
In view of these facts, which arc
pretty well known to all men of or
dinary shrewdness, wc may se
riously ask, has the breach between
the government nnd people of this
Kingdom become so widened, and is
mutual confidence so utterly de
stroyed, as to lend to this condition
of things? Are we coming to a state
of things like that of Ireland, where
revolt has so permeated the masses
of tho poor people, that their gov
ernment has to shadow them with
spies, at the heels of whom are regi
ments of soldiers, to keep them in
subjection? There is not a more
loyal section of t lie great British
Empire than the Kmcrald Isle. Hut
she gioans under generations of
wrongs, and now lises to demand
her rights, which she wants, and
nothing more. Give her tiiose rights,
and shu will volunteer her sons, to
tho last man, to fight for the Umpire,
There is not a more loyal peoplo
anywhero than the mixed company
constituting tho community of this
Kingdom. If thero is dissatisfaction,
and there is; if there is discontent,
mid there is: if there nro murmur-
lugs, nnd thero two: if tbcro is q
growing impatience with the course
of public affairs, and thero most
certainly is it is all the fault of
government, and not lack of loyalty
in tho people. Let tho existing de
fects of government be remedied,
and its evils, which bine been
pointed out again and again, re
moved ; let it be purified, straight
ened, and placed in its proper re
lationship to the people all of
which can be done in u day. Let
tills be done instead of foolishly
employing the time in listening to
the reports of spies, and tho people
will be solid for Hawaii, her institu
tions, and her government.
G, A. R. NOTICE.
Oi:o. W. Dr.LoNti Post, No. -15,
it, No. -15, )
nia, G.A.U , )
y 28, 1887.
IJKl'AllT.M'T OK CALIFORNIA
Order, No. 1.
Tho ocmnules of this post will
assemble on to-morrow, Sunday
nvenlnir. nt 7 n. in. sliurn. ut
IJIIoadnunrttrs. Kiuu street. In
dark clothe?, white gloves and
badges, and march to Kort street
Church, to attend a " Memorial
ervlcc." which will bu conduct
ed bv Comrade Jno. A. Cruiiu.
Visltlne comtades. nil honoiullv d s.
charged soldiers, tailors mid murines,
ns well as those now iu tho U. S. Sir.
vice, are cordially Invited to accompany
tho Post ; also nil ,vho ore IntonM -d in
C'lnmcinoinllug this service in memory
of the gnllnnt heroes who gave up their
lives in defense of liberty nnd our onun.
try. By order of
K Y LAINE,
J. F. Noni.K, Post Commander.
G. A. RNOTICE.
Headquarters G. W. DcLong Post,
No. 15, Dep't of California, G.A.U.
Order, No. 2.
1. In puivuiiaro of General Orders,
No. 11, MONDAY, May 20th, will be
ob'crved by this Post as Memorial Day,
nil Comrades will meet at Headquarters,
King street, at 3 o'clock p. in , In dark
clothes, white gloves, Id ie.1; fell huts nnd
11 The Column will form on Klnir
sheet In IVont of Headquarters and,
escorted by (he Unit tlion of Honolulu
Killex, take up line of Match piomptly
at tli'H) . in.
III. Tho Column will match along
Kliur street lo Feiitslicit, up Foil strcit
to Kukiii sttoet, alonK KuU'il ttioet lo
Fiiuunu Avenue n the Cemetery, where
appropriate services will bo held at our
plot, in honor cf the memory or our
IV AM honorably discharged Sol
dier.", S lilors and Mamie , r Ihn.-o now
In the U. S. sendee, and fcons of Vcler-
tins, hvj coiaiatiy invited iojoiii wiih
the Post in the oli-eivance ol the day,
and the citizens generally are also I -vit-ed
Y. Pi lends of our organization are
respectfully lequcstcd ti send flowers,
bouquets ferns, it"., to thu Hall aseirly
us convenient which will bo used for
VI. Comrades will endeavor to im
press upon their fii Mids that Memorii.l
1) ly is not a holiday devoted to amuse
ments, but a holy 'da i , snered to the
memory of thousands who died Ilia' our
eoiinlrv mi-jht I vet mid it is hoped our
community will unite with us in the
solemnities of the day, and will, so far
as piuctie.ible, olo-o their places of bus),
ncs In thu afternoon of Monday.
VII. On MONDAY EVENING, at 7
p. m., the Comrades will meet at tho rear
entrance of the Music Hall, and attend
llie e.e.rclses, which will Lo observed in
that house, ily oido of
li. V. LA INK,
J. F. Nom,!:, Post Coiiiiuiindor,
The Uewt Stove Coal in the
TR. S. M. CARTER, King St.
J.TA. bin just i eeei veil and has on sale
Den irture Jl;iy Coal of the best qu.illty,
and is prepared to till unlets at once.
FOR SALE !
Departure Bay Goal
For family use.
In IjOt to Sn it,
Allen & Robinson's
48 3t Queen Stn ct
Dr.r. L. Miner,
TIT ILL K AT U'lIK OFFICE OF
Ii Dr. Hrodlo until Noveinbir 1',
when ho will take po-session of the
Makeu residence Oillcn Hours fiom 8
to 10 a. m. from 3 to 1 and from (I to 8
p, m Mutual Telephone!.;)!. 2in -J8.
I'liyNioiuii mu iSiii'treoii,
Taking the phiro oT Dr. Goto,
Will treat Loprosy allor Or. Coto's Mothou.
Olllcc hours at Ivakfiako from !l to 11
n. in., every di.y, except Sunday.
Will visit patients at thilr residence,
All other diseases treated at his ollloo
coiner of Punchbowl and Berataiiia Ms
Olllt n limirs 1 lo , p, in. i On Sundays
K to IS '. in.
I ell Telephone, No. :IS7. .&
&. A WHITR POODLE.
5? i powers to thu nunc of
lilio a lion.
A iOUIird will bo elvrn lo
the lluder by leaving dog at ibis olllco.
FOR SALE !
ONE L.VKGE LOT. cort.er Pensncola
and Lunalllo fc'ts, which eau ho
dlvidiii into two or mora building loU.
Enquire of O. WEST,
MM Of West, Dow & Co.
cytwr in iiMmynyni nm,
iTriflviryi,T)iiiiriM.ii i njiyfi. ti m
By mdir of J)S P. ML'NM ONCA
A iii.ini"uur ol i he K-t .. of Dumb g
Lopez 11a ws, Ihtu f II no ulu, di
ce s.d, I will i-tll at Pub lo .Ml -ilon,
on Tuesday, may 3i. 1887
t ivrniii in irnii"'i my nicmomj
Our. Fo t tiLd Q iuvii SU.
5 Yoke Working Oxen
Wc 1 b oki'n, nnd
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes & Chains
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
45 -It Auctioneer.
I mil instructed bv Mr. 0. I). Frecth
to oiler for bale ut public auction, nt my
On Wednesday, Juno 1st,
At 12 noon, his very tlcslinhlc
There is an abundant supplv of Fre'h
Water, and a line opportunity for Sen
liathing, at the tear of the dwelling.
The giouinh tire nicely laid out and
pluulcd with trees and tljwers.
There are also
Large Stables and lSnrn.
Servant's room, &e.
Plan of tho propeity can he seen nt
my otllee, and lor further particulars
uppl. to Mr. Freeih. nt the olllco of
Mucfarhinc & Co.
Icrins made known at tim! of sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Special Sale ol'
I have iceelved instructions to tell at
public auction at my sales room, Ma
sonic Huilding, on
June 2nd, it 3 o'clo k,
A l.irge and valuable tusortiueut of
mil j ,
Comprising as follows:
Oent's Diamond Masonic Ilieastpin
Iulles' DIhiiioiiiI Spiny I Ins
Uent's iJrcastpiii", Int-.iclm it Diamonds
Gent's Sollt.linj Diamond Kings
Cent's Clustered Diamond Kings
Ladies' hal Mioop Diamond Kings
Ludic:-' Enter j Id and Diamond Kings
Ladies' Kubi mid Diamond Kings
Cent's Solitaire S ipphire Kliiijs
Liiilic' Solitaire Diamond Ear-ring---
Cent's Solitaire Diamond Studs
L idles' Silver Itangles, Lockets, Need;
Chaiin, Hrticilots mid Kar.rlugs, in
full suits ol silver.
And other articles too numerous lo men
tion. Every article giinnuiiccd ie
presented. Ludics attending this sa'e
will have sqeclal iiecommodntion The
whole will he on view on Tuesday nc.V,
Ma v ill.
MWIN .1. IjKVHY,
48 4t Auctioneer.
Woilllt'Mlil.V, .June Int.,
On WKDNKSIMY, .U'NE in. in (lu
res! ei ii ol Dr. W. IJ. M'OALI.ISTRIt.
atlO oMoik a.m., corner of Fo't nnd
Hotel stieels, i p stairs, we will sell at
public miction the entlie lluiehohl
Centie Hugs, Maiblo Top Centre
Table, Caipcls. Koekers. Hanging
Lamps, Easy Chairs. 1 Upholstered
Lounge, Double llcdstoad, llureau, I'ic
tuns, Cuittiin mid Lainbieqiitns, &c,,
Ac. K. 1 ADAMS A CO,
IS Auctioni ers.
POH SALE BY
-in i w
TWO HARNESS MAKERS, or
X two luu Hiss stitchers; can have
steady ciiiploiuent at !. HAMMI' U'S,
comer Fort and King sis. -IT) tit
1 PLANTATION LAHOKEU"3,
nnd other e I isses ol help
luriilshed promptly by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
43 tf US Merchant stitet
A NICE FUHNISIIKD FHONT
loom at No. 4 Garden Lime. 01
AMASTEK MECHANIC willing to
apprentice an intelligent 1'oitn.
gucso boy of Ifi.will Undone who spuiks
I'higllsti, ar.d has been through tho He
meutniy school courso, by uiiplylngat
this olllce. 43 lw
ii hi iw'mi'ihi
ratriotlmt h I
Of the Very Best Quality Obtainable I
Having secured the privilege
oTAa L), at the Jvnpiolnni Kace Course, at the
coming races, on the 10th and Llth
of June, will be prepared to
which he guarantees will be
Supei'ioi to a-iiy tliere Ofl'erecl
to tho public before, consisting of
Ico Creams, Soda "Water, Ginger Ale,
Lemonade and Cream Drinks,
Strong Hot Coffee with Cream and Buns,
A large assortment of Cakes,
Ham, Bread and Butter, Sandwiches,
Boast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the finest flavour,
Salad with Mayonaise Sauce, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,,3
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
need to take their own provisions, as F. HORN" promises
to sell tit the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every
body. F. HORN, Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream Parlors,
Established 1803. ' 17dj No. 71 Hotel Street.
MIS. I A. .T. HABT,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Has U-turned from San Francisco, and having
Secured the services of u First-Olass Instry Cook,
which enables the "Elite," more than ever, to mnke a
Superior quality of till kinds of Tee Cream, Sherbets,
Water Ices, &c.
Our Kiuiey C'hIu-n nro (lie Pi-lile of Honolulu,
And wcbaUecveiy day Lady Fingers, Macaivous, Drop Ciihes, Coco Dips, nnd
ninny other hinili 1 10 numeious to mention.
Wpoiitto, I'ouuil. Fruit nnel .Icily CnkcN nlwajM on Iiand,
or iniiilo to older on shoit notice, in any style.
A tine lino of Choice Candies always In stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public 1 Invited to inspect our stock nnd store, wh.ch is now In One order.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
HART & STEINER, Proprietors,
Mil Imd 'lele. MS tSTOpen dailv until 11 prin,-a --Rell Tele. 182.
lIHI'S'el. llA. Inliial Tel. I.
I. O. Ilox -t 1 Ii.
General Mxd Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nina Cottages to Lot or Loaso in delight
ful liieailoiis within ea-y reai-n of the
bii.iuess part of the clty,'wilh in c ininio.
d itioiiH bulled t" any icquln iii.mii and
on moil fuMiruMe le'rnis
Tli re o Lodging Establishments lor Sale
'ill piij ing hitmlMiiucly.
Tho "Old Corner," at Kuuiiiiu and
(2iu en Street, fur sale nun of the best
In. sines sjiihI.-. in t lie oily.
Thrco Piccos ol Real Estato In thi-i dis.
tiiet, ou'uhlu of the eity, for sulu or
To Let Two cntltii;v pleasantly situated
on the Hank if i'uiehbnwl Hill, to.
ward Makllii, one mile f.-om the l.
O; dilghlful accommoilutious for
To Lot A council with lurgeynrd loom
and stable aerommodution ior u num
ber of hoises.
For Salo or Loaso. L-.l I! (I ft. ly '.'O.T ft.
Eusteily loriui' of Foa ami fcehool
streeis. Water l.iid on. Title peifect.
(Joe of tlie finest building site-t iu the
Loaso of Fish Pond for Sale, A rare op
portunity Is now offered to secure a
long lease of one of thu mist piollta.
ble Jl-li ponds in thU disiilm A huge
outlay bus lately been made for lm
jirnviiiieiits, and the pioperly Is iu tine
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
llnrlvullol Opportunities foe luiilll
Fiill p.iitloulars given upon nppllca.
tlon al the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Wanted Immediately. Five good cnrpi-n.
lers can llnd einpleiymeut ill once on
application at the agency. None hut
competent wniUinen need apply.
Situation Wanted.-l)y o pine I ml engi
n.tiii, who enn glvo tho best of refer,
Situations Wanted. By three men as host,
lers and geiieial help Will mnke
themselves useful iu doing tho chores
in u piivate f-imily.
Situation Wanted as houfckei p-r or n'tmSu
by a whltn lady, of e.pL-rieii(M in both
tap.icillui. AVould sojept a position
in a ladies' traveling omp.iuion and
First-rla-"- l!oi-l(. keepers, Oirpentrr1,
Sleward'-. Ujokh, Nuivch anil other
skilltci labor desiring employment.
Cottage to IJcut
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furniluui at a bargain.
For particulars enquire tf Jno. Mngaon,
Agent, Merchant yrcet. 27 if
JOB PRINTING ol ull kinds exc
emeu nt tho Daily Bulletin Office
of the use of the GRAND
LOOK ! 1
Hell Tel. 172. Mulunl Tel.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler tho following:
To Let. Shop In new biick building on
King tlrcet, near Nuiinnu, next to
Chinese NeBCo.'sotllces. Rei.t verj
Rooms to Rent Fiiruishcda-in the lest
To Let. A IJ-roomedOctlnge, with kitchen
ullnched; upper end of Xuuanii
Avenue, opposite 'i Vulley Home," iu
excellent older. I'liih and wuter con.
To Let. a pleasantly si uated residence,
comprising two cottagen, outhousej,
etc., on 1'nuo.i road, near l'tiiichbowl
t-tiett. Rent very low to meet the
House and Lot lor Salo. Very dcslrnblo
icsldenco on Reretiiuia Street. Tho
linnm contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, l'anlry, Kitchen and
Uii'lirooni, Mosouito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet wjiji privilege rf
hiiyinir next lot. Will be sohl deaf.
For Sale or Loaso -Willi immediate pos.
session, that vnlunlilo estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH.
situatrd in tho Xuuunu Valley. Vi
miles from Iho city, nnd undoubtedly
tho most eligible site for a milk or
milk nnd butter dairy In this Kingdom.
'1 ho above splendid property muy bo
hud on easy terms.
For Sale A splendid properly of over 5
ncrc-i of laud oil Lililia Mreei; lin.
liviillcil as a Hite for a gcntluii m's
residence. An early iipnllcailoii nc
essarv to puiclnuo in nidnglo lot. For
paiticulais npply to .I.E. Brown & Co.
Situations wanted by
And other clasei of help,
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. m
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X adveitlso iu the Daii.v Bui.i.ktin,
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
lust tho thing In make buckets of
when empty. For sale by
43 1m A. W. PIERCE&CO.
THE DALY BULLETIN -Tho
J. most popular paper published,
KamelMBlia Day !
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Ciub
To be held at Knplolui.l 1'ilk,
June 10th and 1 1th
Official Programme of Eaces
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.-
Knees to commencs nt 12 noon.
lit. Honolulu Plato, $50
Hunning Race; 4 mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100
Running Itacc; J mile dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purto, $100
Trotting llucc, Mile heats; best 3 in
0; to harness; free for ull.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added-
Runnlng Rino; . mile dash; open
lo ull; winner to neat the record of
"MayD" 1:1 fl.
5th. Breodor't Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; for nil
3 year olds.
Glh. Hawaiian Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to oomiu'cnco ut 10:80 a.m. sharp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plate, $75
Running Race; ' nillo dash; free
2nd. Kamchamcha Plato, $150 , ,(
Running Race; 2 mile dash; free'
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $150
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; open to nil. -
4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Runnirg Rice; 1 mile dnthj for
Hiwniiuil bred horses; owned by
mcmlors of the 'Jockey Club.
5th. Roslta Challenge Cup, $100 added
Running Race; mllo dash; winner
to beat tho record t "Anglo A."
1 :15V;; made Juno 12, 18S0. Cup to
he run for unnunlly, and to bo held
by the winnei until bis time is bea
ten at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
6th. Tho King's Plate, $100
Trotting Race; -for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mllo beats; best two in
thico; to hnrncsi.
7th Novelty Raco, $100
1 tnl1cdnh; running; 1st quarter $25
H ratio 25
1 mllo $2.')
Open lo all Hawaiian bred horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,' '
Sweepstakes, $20, und $10 added.
Swecpstaks Trotting or Pacing
Race; best 2 in 3: free for all hoiscs
who have not a record of 3 mills, or
better. To le driven by members
of the Jockey Club.
9th. l'ony Raco, $75
Running Race; 1 mllo daeh;cpea
to only Iliwnlian bred horses, uot
over 14 binds, and not under 0 yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock boob.
on M-ndny Juno Uib 1887, at the ofUce
of the Secretary, and nil entranco fees to
be 10 per cent, unless otherwise B'peclfl.
cd. All luces to be run or troited under
therulcs of the Hawaiian Jockey Club,'.
Admission SO cents each.
To Grand Stand, extra... t50 cents and $1
Carriages inside of Course.. .$2.60 each
Quarter Stretch B ulgcs $5.C0 each!
C. 0. BEEGEB, Secretary. H. J.C. "
Australian Hail Service
FOlt SAN FHANUIHCO
Tho now and flno Al fcteel steamship
"Alameda," ' '
Of the Oceanic Stenmihip Company, will
be duu at Honolulu from Sydney,
and Auokluiul oi or about
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for tho above port with
mulls and passengers on or about that
rr f i eight or passage, having SU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, annlv
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Agent
Sydney and Auckland,
The new a-ul lino Al bteel s'tenmshlp
Of the Oceanic Kteniutlilp Coin jnny, will
be duu at Honolulu from San
Frnuolsco on or about
June 10th, 887,
And will have jirompt dl patch with
imdls nnd iiiusengeis for Ihealuivo port.
ror iralglu i r pafsaif. IiivIiil' SU.
PKRIOR XCO, MllODAflONS', apply
W WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Agent
For Salo or Loaso.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Funahou Street called "Kananllo.
bin," tho propertv of 0. II. Judd, ate for
salo or for leaso for a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIQIIT.
Honolulu. l)5o. 18. 1660. U08
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