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All persons holding unlcr ,rlvllogc,
or those paying water rotcb, iro hereby
notified that the water rates If r tho term
ending December 1)1 18S7, '.ill be due
and payable nt tho ofllceof th Honolulu
"Water Works on tho 1st July, 1SS7.
Alt such ratei remaining unpaid for
fifteen doy9 nftcr they arc due will be
subject to nn additional ten p t cent.
Parties paying rates will please pre
sent their last receipts.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't. Hontlulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. CO lOt.
BISHOP & Co., BAMKJtflS
Draw Kxchango on tho
Bank ot Oulllbrniii, fi. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sou, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of Britisli Columbia, Vic
toria, B. U., and L'ortland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN &CO.
Are authorised to co)kct lurtl.c
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 57
Pledged to neither Soct por Party.
Eat eitabliihtd lor the benefit vf all.
TUESDAY. JUNE 21. 1887.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S JU3ILEE.
Yesterday Jubilee Day opened
clear and bright, and 1 o weather
continued in the fame cr million till
tho day ended. Many nf the busi
ness houses were closed the entiie
day, nnd pretty well nil v.iro shut up
sjk uy miu-uay. iags weio uoisteu nn
IV over tho town, and on ttiti shipping
in harbor, tho U. S. ST AthTiiis espe
cially making a flno displey. A joynl
ealuto was fired at 8 o'clock A. M.,
and another at noon.
Tho King, with n partv nn horse
back, went to the old royul residence
in Nuuanu Valley, and there spent
the day in picuiciug, returning to
town in the cool of the c ning.
The principal place ol attraction
to the people in genoral was Knpio
lani Park, where the public picnic
was held. TJjo little steamer Ewa
mndo thrco dips to tho Park, each
time crummed full of passengers.
Busses also ran nt regular intervals
throughout tho day. Many people
went in their own private carriages
and others in public expi esses hired
for tho occasion. By noon a largo
crowd had gathered in the neighbor
hood of tho grand stand, at the raco
course, the people living m the dis
trict considerably augmenting the
numbers which had gone out from
tho city. All nationalities wore re
presented. Refreshments, botli solid and liquid,
had been provides in abundance ; but
tho committeo arrangements for their
disbursement were anything but
satisfactory. Tho rabble clement of
the ciowd, excited by tiio idea of a
frco feed, rushed upon tho supplies,
seized, demolished, carried oil', and
shamefully wasted what others, with
appetites sharpened by tho journey
out nnd tho puro air, would liavo
been glad to liavo had tho opportu
nity of quietly eating. The conse
quence was that many peoplo had to
enduro hunger until their return to
Tho sports, which weio n main
feature of tho day, were interesting
and sometimes exciting. On the
whole, they were very well managed.
The prize for tho 100 yards race a
set of gold sleeve buttons was won
by Geo. Rosa. Tho prizo for tho 100
yards raco for boys under 17 years
old baseball, bat and gloves was
won by Willio Lucas. Tho prize for
the 250 yards race a gold scarf pin
was won by J. II. Wodohouso, Jr.,
The prize for tho 250 ynuls raco for
boys under 17 years an English
saddle was won by J. Noble. Tho
prize for putting tho shot a silver
plated ico pail nnd tongs was won
by W. Moore. Geo. llosa won an
oxidized cigar box for a J 10 yards
raco. II. M, Whitney, Jr., won a
watch charm for throwing a baseball
1,295 feet 8 inches. John Ken won
iv cigar container, mat di box nnd
ash tray for running hijii jump. A
silver plated ico pitcher nils won by
J. Torbert for tho one mile raco,
Tho 100 yards pack race was won by
A. L. Atkinson, tho pri o for which
was a solid silver match ox. Water
houso nnd Walker won tho three
legged raco, and wcro lcvnided with
pocket knives. Tho pii.cs wcro
awarded immediately nftvr tho sports
terminated. Tiio lloynl Hawaiian
Band played selections of music
throughout tho day,
Simultaneously with Pie sports at
tho raco track, a Jar o company
gathered at tho Casino which tho
proprietor, Mr. II. J. Nolto, had
kindly thrown open f'r tho occa
sion. Hero dancing win indulged in
by those so inclined.
As evening approached tho people
bogan gradually to disperse, and
jnakp (heir way back to .town by tho
various means of transport they had
gene - it. Wlillo the liltlo jetty at
the landing was crowded with peoplo
anxious to get on bo.ud oi the Ewa,
the stcumor struck tho end of tho
structure and caused it to give way,
and its occupants, men, women and
children, were precipitated into tho
water. Nothing more sciious than
a disagreeable ducking was expeii
enced, however, and everybody got
safely out again.
At 7:110 o'clock in tho evening,
ilieuorks wero let oil' nt the Royal
school grounds, on Eninin sticet.
Judging from tho hugeness of tho
gathering nil along the stieet, tho
major part of tho town turned out to
witness the display.
Major J. II. Wodehouse, British
Commissioner nnd ConsithGeneral,
held n lecoption from 8 to ,10 o'clock.
His residence was brilliantly illumi
nated for tho occasion. The King
and his Ministers, and the represen
tatives of foreign countries were
among the callers. A large number
of residents of all nationalities paid
their respects. Refreshments were
scrvod during the evening. Tho
Royal Hawaiian Band played n
selection of appropriate nirs during
It may bo added that a few strag
gling lirewoiks wcro exploded in
different paits of the city during the
evening, aa private ventuics, and the
front of the Biitisli Cjub House put
on a clothing of light in honor of
Editor Bulletin: Will you al
low mo to make nn announcement
through your columns about anni
versary week at l'unaliou? The
trustees have given a leave of ab
sence to Prof. Van Slyke and Miss
Spooner, beginning with the let of
June, and as a consequence of this
tliero will be no public exercises at
Onhu Collego during this week, ex
cept a niusicalc on Thursday evening,
The Punnhou Pieparatory School
will hold its closing exercises on Fii
day morning in their building on
Beretanla ctrcet, and the graduating
exeiciscs of Onhu College will be
held jn Fort-t-tieet Church, Friday
evening, Juno 2 J Hi,
Tho evening oxorcUos will begin
nt 7:.'J0 o'clock at both places, and
tho friendH of the College are cordial
ly invited to be present. On Fiiday
evening, in addition to tho essays of
tho graduating class", Hon. S, II. Dole
will deliver the unnivers.iry address.
W. C. MintniTT.
WHO RUNS HONOLULU?
Eprrort BuLLUTix : I do. It is
IWc Oursojf WE govern this
city. It is a lact. I only fount! it
out on Saturday. But it is true.
I saw it in the Attvertimr, 1 rule the
nubile sentiment of Honolulu. 1
issue my cdiet, and the gieat mon
and the common men nil hasten to
On Friday I sent a shoit, opinion
to the Bulixtjx. Foithwith a
powerful body of lending American
citizens, and a great company of
otbers took decisive action. The
terrible capitalists bulldozed, the
rank and tile threatened, the un
happy committee were driven wild,
nnd one man actually resigned rather
than fulfil the truculent behests of
this imperious "We!"
The taste of power is swecet. We
feel exalted. We nie exhilarated
it is nice! Mr. Editor, did you
ever find yourself at tho head of
your fellow men? Suddenly blos
somed out into a great leader r
Occupying the high position to
which your Jofty genius and your
rnie pubijp services had long en
titled you? If not, you have yet
much to experience.
But the most marvelous fact is
yet to be told. Our magnetic
genius for command is so far-reaching
so over-ponering, so supreme over
space and time, that nil those peo
ple weru set in violent motion, and
the whole racket in full activity sev
eral hours before anybody hut the
printer had seen or heard of our
edict. At 4 o'clock tho great pro
clamation began to he read. Then
it was discovered who was at the
bottom of nil the trouble, and dire
was tho wrath ngalnBt "We,"
Wc are astounded nt the pos
session of such power it is too
gieata responsibility. But stop
a misgiving seizes us. Auwe!
Alas I can it be, dear Editor, that
Messieurs tho capitalists, and the
rest of the good Americans may
possibly have moved of their own
spontaneous impulse, and that our
my poor little note did nothing
more than echo a general sentiment ?
It is very sad nnd depressing to feel
that one may have to step down and
step along in the ranks after all.
Hunter aside, 1 heartily wish that
wu may drop altercation, withdraw
any hard words struck out in heat,
inuku all possible concessions, nl
pull together as good Americans,
and have a rousing Fouitli of July,
S. E. Bishop. '
Honolulu, June 20, 1887.
Emtoji BiiLi.r.TiN; In tho pro
giess of modern inventions tho wood
en vessels of a generation ago have
beon supplanted by ships built of
iiou. But in the construction of
tieee iion ships, a diiliculty in navi
gation ias arisen fiom tho fact, that
thoy tiro affected by a peculini devia
tion of tho compute. Investigation
1ms shown thot this is due solely to
tho position occupied by tho vet-sel,
while it was in pioeess of consti no
tion. Tho iion ship lias ncqniied,
to to speak, a specific magnetic char
acter. TJio (touipusH needlo will in
vaiiably tuin to that pnit of tho ship,
which was farthest fiom t)io North,
as tho veetel lay while it was built.
Our Ship of State was built of such
material, and in such a way, as to
acquire a definite moral character in
the process of its construction. This
Hawaiian nation, by virtue of ils
origin, is a Christian nation. Its
exihtenco would never have been
recognized by the Great Powers of
Etuope, and by the United States, if
it had not been understood
Hawaiian iiconlu weie el
and dcsiied the establishment of
Cluislian institutions in thet-o is
lands. 'I'll i) Hawaiian nation was
built upon the acknowledged piinci
pies of immutable iighteousuess.
Such being the facts in the case. Out
Ship of State cannot bo navigated,
except on such lines as shall recog
nize conscience, character, nnd con
duct, as the controlling factors in tho
national life. Tho olllcers in charge
have recently presumed to disregard
these axiomatic truths. Wo have
come perilously near to sinpwrccK.
and to irremediable ruin, politically
and llnaneially, as well as morally.
Wo need to investigate tho occa
sion and causes of the present dis
tin bed condition of public nfTairs.
It will be found that heathenism,
inunoinlilie8,ii nd indecencies have put
our ship of State in imminent dan
ger. When wo have ascertained
these reasons for the deviation fiom
tho right couise, until now we hear
tho roar of tho breakers ahead, let us
at oneu align oursehes anew with the
other nations of Cluistcndom. Poit
tho helm I Let political integrity
witli its beaming light bo heneefoilh
tho lode-star to diieet our com so.
National honor and national pros
peiity cannot be seemed in any other
wnv. A Silif.MAN.
A HOME FOR THE CODS IN PARIS.
Those who cross the Place do
Jena see each day an immense build
ing of very bizarre aicliitccturc
slowly rising in tho north angle of
the square. Tliis construction is
tho future museum of nil religious,
otherwise known ns the Muscc
Guimet. M. Giiimct, n rich French
man, has given to the State his won
derful collection of Hindoo-Chinese
and Japanese curiosities, with the
uiidei standing that the building in
which they are placed shall be called
the Muscc Guimet. And, more than
this, the donor consents to pay half
the sum necessary for the construc
tion of n palace in which to lodge
his troasuies. Already M. Guimet
has spent S200,000, and tho Gov
ernment has furnished the same
amount. In tho first story are to lie
placed the Jnpaucso and Chinese
ceramics; in the second, Japanese
and Chinese religions; in the third,
emblems of Greek, Roman ami
Hindoo religions. I was curious to
see all these wonderful bibelots, and
for that purpose paid a visit to their
conscrvateur, No. 30 avenue du
Trocad'TO. Nothing can be more
puzzling than the view of these
emblems of a past civilization seat
teied about a modem house. The
ceilings aie veiy low, and these
'monstrous idols seem crushed bv
some unseen foice; the walls arc
covered with I:nkc-monos j Japanese
tapestiios, and one of tlient repre
sents the Japanese Hades. Speci
mens of the most ancient Chinese
pottery are seen in ecry stage of
fabrication : vilrines are filled with
Jupane-e ceramics, old Sntsiinia
wme, Nienzci pottery, etc., Hindoo
divinities, a superb Vishnu sleeping
on the serpent Cesha and fioiitiut;
on the ocean ; u sedan chair that
belonged to a Japanese princess mid
still bears her aims. In n corner
arc live inaniiiKins representing a
Japanese scene. By order of the
Emperor, two Japanese fight a
duel ; they rush one against the
other, brandishing their lances,
while the Sofcieign's representa
tive, the goho, watches over the
combat. Belli nd each adversary is
liis second, who follows the strugle
witli an interest not always seen on
the faces of seconds in European
countries. But I shall not muko a
catalogue. In a few months the
Muscc Guimet will have been
finished, and all theso wonders will
bo classified for tho benefit of tou
rists. Pai is Corr. N. V. Mail and
Slnndaul timo is being abnndoned
in some Michigan cities and towns,
and it is thought tho Legislatuio of
that State will repeal the law that
legalized its adoption.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A rOUSB, coiitnlnlng live
V'oin, bes tli'S dining io m
kliclicn and imHry. and i-verv
convmlci C't tor u fiimlly; one air' of
irroiii d w II sh'Mlcd wl h ii gcrnlm lies,
sltnaud nn Kinm ancet between Alii,
put ond K plnliiid his A ply nn ibo
premises loTlios Kcwciinile. 07 12
A Two-Story Dwelling House
AVitb 8 room?, lebles kit-hen, rnnlri',
bnih rom and cl F0t, vl Ii seivniii's'
loom, and superior barn mid itnbln no
ci inmndntlnns Fitimted on Upp rNuii
aiiii A vein e, in the most delightful nnd
beal by poitlon ot tiio Hiibiiibi, Or a
Witli (I rnmns 1 oilih s kHo'icn p:intr,
Etorit ro in, mil sirwmi ' ioiuuriibo
bam nnd tublu nnroinmodnthiiH
The above bousi'p-aio fuuilBlird, and
will bo teidy to" oaiipiitinn in a fjw
wrck". luipiliu of
"T'f W W nALh.
rFHE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
X most popular paper published,
On Thursday, Juno 30 h.
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At tho residence of tho Hon W. C.
P il;c, we will hell at Public Auction
the entile Household Furniture, eim
prising: Bureau and Sifa Reg',
Vpliolsteicd 1'iiilorl.o 'iigc,
Up olscied Kusy Cl.oirs,
Khony On ina',
Large C n re Ru,
Oval Centre Table,
4 Li .'lit Chandelier,
I la-k lluirClmh t hnln.
I'ortiir. iirnl C'oriib.o role,
Lac i Cmt litis,
1 leg n' Km Sideboard.
B. Y. Bedsicul,
Tollui Het-, Bip-lcll-j Table,
Koa Extension Tihlr,
Assoiimunt of blhcrplatcd Ware,
Dlnck Walnut Olmlr-,
11. W. MurbloTop Btucnus,
O.ik IkMlioi.m Sot,
MmiH'8-e., Miixqulto Nets Ward.
Haiigii g m.d Bracket Lamps,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils!
Mc.it Rife, IMrlgerulor, II iy Cutter.
L-iwn Mower, anil nu ni-urtnionl oi
Kerm, 1'ilni', anil Pli'iti, Garden
S nnds, Flower Pots, Klo.Eto,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
G7 01 Ami loners.
W. E. FOSTER
HARNESS MAKER Inn moved to
No. 7H K i: mu'cI n '.t to the
Metropolitan Market. (It lni
COCK-FOOT, HYB CHAS3 KXG-
HP. ATTFXTIOX OFAT.LINTEK
luiiils if the Ishutds i i alii d to (lie
ilx vo valuable s-teiN, will h ie oiler lui
r lie in lots to suit urrlnow.
Wc have i Ln on band sample lote of
Whit i Oovir, hn.'llsli Ayie.Tino
thj, UiiiG it.C e-icilD g'sTili.Tiil
Kiseui', .i.iibin Uy Q a- a nl l.ncenie
souls, wlili h wu i HVr In mull IntB foi
) i tal, mid will alto r cchi-o dis loi
quuuiluc of nut Uhs ibau half n ion
weight, andi'M'd tuMiiuu wllb diet null.
LOST OK MISSCJAltRIED.
ON THE O'M'ANIC Co., WHAltF
of Mi :ili,i)iin rival of Aiisirn
li.t a laigu bliclv Ilm lni vnllsi iglill;
stiapicd liiitidlu bioUiii and hnip emi
Mib iluteil. Any person 'I. IK I'ri'ij.
-nnie ut Paul euinniiis file will be
OJ if I'AULXEUMNX.
THE BIENNIAL. 31EETING
Of Tin: MEMiu:n-5 of tul
Q iten'o IIo pl'al Corpiriiio'i will
I k' pi.icu at the luijiu- of lliu Cliiiinbe
ul Coiuiueicn hi C.iinplicls lllucl. on
Friday July 8di mxi a II a. m.
P.'i or ler,
JOB A II. PAT Y.
fiV If Sicy. pro. lein.
O.NE i.OOU Sf'UXD
fiimlly Mate j peri. rib
Diife tii duvu by ladies
oi oaildien Apply to
At Xo. 0 yuetli St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE 1 OI'. cor cr Penmrola
nnd Lunalilo .-tt., wiilch can be
divided into two or more building lots.
Kn ulro of G. WEST,
105 1 Of Wc-d, Dow Si Co
A VALUABLE I'UILDIXG LOT IN
llouhilii. Having a lrontnc on
King street of (10 feet adjoining the new
brick stoics occupied by Chinese, nnd
belonging to tho estate of tbe 1 it Thus.
Meek. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen stect, Honolulu, June 13, S7.
POR SALE OR LEASE.
EAPIOLANI PAHK I.OT, Nos. 3
. and 4, leafed land; rent paid up
In November 20. ifl0". Tliec lotsndjoin
Mi. Agni'u's pb ce, are femed. Tncri'
ari n cnttigo and s'ables on them, aid
wotnr Is hud on. Inquire or
02 I w O. BOLTE.
For Sulo or Lease.
rpiIOSR PREMISES RITUATI D ON
A Pu alum Street callul "luiimnilo.
Ilia," th- piopi itv of (;. II Juihl, mo foi
irnle or foi lease lor n Irrm of ycais.
For paiticulni'H Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVIUGHT.
Ilnnolulii. Dec. 13, IsfcO IfOS
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
' coupled by Ibo undcitigned,
W. C PAHKE.
Cottngo to Rent
AND FUItNITUTlE FOR SAT,E
Low lent) furniture at n biut-nlii.
For piillcnbiiK in'iulioif .Ino, Miiuoon,
Agent, M erclinnt sirei I. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING ol nil klndi'w.
cuted nt tho Daily OnLUixiN Ofllco
JUl&iAlcm&umimt;.-: :i ,l'-, -
SPECIAL SALE OF
At Auotion Liberal Credit to Trado.
I am Instructed by a lnriro Impo tltifr
Finn to fell at 1 nolle Aticilnn. nt my
,SaleioniiH, cormr of Foil ami Qiicm
Friday June 24th
At 10 o'clock, n. m.,
alnrgcnml wells Icetcd Stock of Clock.
cry.Glnsiwuii' mil Fur.i.tiirc,
c unUtii got
Dinner, Broakfost and Toilet Sets !
I'n n y and Common Flower Pols,
Ew r nnd mi ln. Sin p Plates,
How. s, Jugs, cicni.d
Assorted Crates of Crockory
C .t nnd lV-sscd 1 unit lers,
Mine Olus c , ('pintles.
Ill mlt a Ion Cup., tamplc Hot tic?,
at.d L n. ten s, eu.
Biscuits and Crackers
tMiltxn, Pilot nn I Me him Biead,
Ki'iiii'h hurer, llluc Mo led doap,
)x c.xinrniid Win soi Sou,
( team of inrlar, O r o ate of Soda,
L'diiin Clii" se, Pic Full s, S hips',
Aborted Siuccs, Condensed Milk,
Vinegar U Millies, n h Buic,
l''pom Salts IlunjailJ 'in-', Coik.
Safe y Mm h s, v ntpil g Paper,
iiUCUCU Till) Mill Uits-KCt-1.
Also a cl.ohe lot of -
Vienna Furniture I
Contl ling of
Siifiis. ' hilrs, etc. Velvet Carpels,
benlskln Hug-, e c, i ic. etc.
ZST Tiio go ds wl I bo on lew tic
day bef le the s le.
One Black Morse !
Kind and genile, pcrfci tly ljrokrn to
single and double In lms". mill uidil e,
ieifeetly safo for anyone to dr ve or
One Brown Colt!
Nearly U j mis old. Well ltoki'ii Io
add e anil pjif jctly snfo fi in imported
slock. Appli to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Co i er of Foil nivl Quren
LE.VSE OF LAUGE 1'UPINKSS
piiinles nt Ivoio.ln, HiUMtli, bull.
Hue lor More. A got d o, cuing fort
With nuniero'K bo I rooms, a" tip io is
a want oi a lesaiiiaiit and roninii g
t--t bb'luneiit in Kol.nlu, aim by propil
inai aimtiii would Oo a lii'jrmhu liiisi-
iroiz j. Mxonio.
It l in ll.e ren cr (f llie "hUe nnd
unlive popithiui n with ovei S( 0 feet ol
Hour i.paec a id i an is on a large 1
with c!oe fe ce, huge wiuernii ply nn
every convcnli ncc. Rtnt 10 n month
I en e 15 ,io-irs to i n wnl i-ell ut a
mi nimble pil e. Pur' eu m i f.
(ifilw D.L. Al'H.MtT.
Q WHALE BOATS; l lckcd
0 iMiale Ho i, ;to fi et Inn ,', II few
eep, H fiet wide; 'J 2 In I t-llrf Ihnitt ;
1 8 trot Sinf itu.il; 2D cKid I mger
0 lett long 0 fi el ii fnt.li- whir, 2 le. t
il Inube- deep. llh innsi mil niil-nll
Cnlliplele; I 2 feci Niillng Scow, wiih
must iirnl hails all complete. A"i lv lo
E. R. lY.N.
noat Ilul'dornnd General Jobber. 01 if
Taro Flour Poi!
Now Recsipt DiscoV3red for
Coo.inj Tan Flour Poi.
On tho Same Prinoiplo as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
('no i oiiad of T.iro Flour cooked this
wuj will inuku u pound, ot bard poi.
lake the do. ire. I amount of Taro
Ploui, mix ft with cold water In butll
oicnt quantities to inuku it n thick pailc.
Pluie it in a oro lain put, (mid no
ntlieO on a slow tile, and lint wntei
lowly oi'diuiigh to prevent it Im'nlne.
Keep Blirilug with a npnon or stick foi
an hour uhilo ciokiui;; ill n ,et it on
iino her lower Hie fir titioilier hour
When cooked li e 1 in a I owl oi ciua
lni-h nnd ht it umulu lor '-.'4 hours; ilien
it icidy for iibc, ndduir siiiili'ii'iu
told wuier to ninUe ii tbu pinpor thick.
ue.s. If found li.mpy, squeeze tluougli
n piece of uiosipiilo iieltlu.'.
All families Uesiiing con poi will
do well to give 'inro Flutr, piiparid
lid way a new til 1 1 .
Tin s (I siiii g onr poi must lot It re
main two or tin lu days. 05 'iv
Waikiki Bath. House!
TVI R. W. CROOKS having tiken
Ltx clnrguit tin. V,.niUi It.dli llou-ii'
begs to inioim tiio iiblln that 1m will
iu'i tho plmo m a liist-cliiss bathing
MR.OR' OKS will nttend toihoiody
patrons of tlm place, and every fffuii
ulll bu made io iiinki. li nttraciivo.
STRAYED or STOLEN.
SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AN
swctiug to the name of "Gov
ernor." ' ny person found detaining
said doir will bo prosecuted.
CO 8t W. II. ALDRIOII.
"-" i .,.,.
- I -- !- ...
To be In-Ill fti tholr It nge on King 8 .,
opporito tin Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'clock, a.m.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP,
Vnluul ot $ 01, fir tlic highest aggre
gate sioic In ma ches Nw. I, 2 ..nl .1 to
become i be p Ooity ot ibo marksman
winning It it r times at rigular mo t
Iniisof tlicII.R. A.
Won .Lily b, 1 0. ly J. Brcd'e. M D.
Won January 1, 8 7, by Win. Uuger
I.-TIIE llhOUlE M DAL.
Valued at .".0; also second piize o' $H;
third piize 9V.&0. Coiidiiluii cf tbe
match: Upon 10 nil inemb.-rs of the As
sociation, and membcis ot the rcgulat
and volunieer mllliury companies of ill
iiigd nii 10 become ibo property if
tbe mark man winning it ihrio thins tit
icgiilui 111 ciinu- 01 lliu 11. H. A
Distance, 200 yard; rotinUe, 10; any
mill no rille under lliu ruhs; Unihidto
one enlo to each coinpt tittr. Eniruuce
Won .Innnary 1, t8fl, by Wm. Unger.
on Ju y 0, 1h8G, by C. B. Wlo,
Won January 1, 188, by C. U. WlUon.
II. THE ALDtN FRUIT AND TARO
CO AIE DAL.
Valued 8101; a'-o 11 to ond prlzo of $";
t ird pi zj, $-'.r,0. Conditions: Open to
ill I'ouiuis; to becomti III" pioperiy of
tbe inurki-uiiiii winning I th ee limes in
legulur im-itlig nt tuc il It. A.; 10
louiids cicb in lliu 400 and fiCO yard
aneiB; any nilliiniy riilo under the
mles; limiiid to one entry for each com
pitilor. Ent'iince fee, 1
Won July 5, H 0, y.1 llrolic, M. D.
Won January 1, 18 7, by W. C. King.
HI. II R. A TROPHY.
Value I ni 8 1 .".Of Coiipeiilois limile I to
men b of ibo A-siii'lailon. Condi.
tion : For 1 In' big ie t aggregate ten 1
it00uiid f09 V'liii 10 p'liud nt e cb
liSlU'ici-; mil 1111 1 iiy title under the
nl n to bion.e il 0 prm eriy of the
11 a K-nihii w lining il three limes nt
(ill ir meeting oi till 11. It. A. Ea.
ranro fee, $1
Won .linuaiy 1,iF81, by F..T Iliceh s
A on July 5. 180. by J Iti-.il'o M. D
Won Jnnuury I, 1H&7, by Win. Unger.
IV ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash piizes, namely: 25 15. 10
in d 10 1 er cent, ot tbu net receipt
' o nl tio t : open t nil miirkiucii; uuy
niilliary rllloui d'-r the nih-b; lOioundi-;
dutiuu-e, 2 0 y.iid.-'. Eiitt'auto fee, $1.
V ASSOCIATION BECOND CLASS
Open to all nurabcis of the Ass ela
tion who htvu in vcr undo u reeoid ex
ceeding 75 per rent ul ituv regular incei.
ugof ibe II. R. A. F i'st p.iize, 11 Sil
vui Med 1 ; tcuiid puzc, one dozen
Pin t 'grnpliH, pic-euiid by J J. it
iialilb, E(. 0 iidltnn: Rounds, 10;
dialaiiCf, 00 jinds; any miJitary riflt
nuclei lliu n le . Eniruuce fee, $1. En
VI.-AS5 CI iTION THIRD CLASS
Open lo nil members of lite Asocl i.
tlon who laeni'vci in tiio a record ex.
;tt ding 05 p r cent at n regular mcei
li.g of the II. It A. Phot pibe.aHII
ver Hilda); S c mil prlzo Woven Cat
ihlgo I clt'iud one hundred Curtiidgcs
prescnteu by C II. MiolI.E cp Condi
lions same us in Match No. 0.
VII. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four omh prizes, namely, 25. 15,10
und 0 per run nf the net riceiptn.
Londiiion: O.ien toall murksuiin who
have never made a record exio ding 70
per cent at nni meeiii g of the II. K. A.;
roiiiuls.fi; dibtnnce,200 yards; nnymili
11 ry rltles unilir lliu mie.. E trance
fee, CO cmts. Entiles unlimited.
VIII PISTOL MATCH.
Firet prize, ono Smith & Wtwon 3-:.
calibre nickel pn'cd Rivolv r. Condi,
lion: Open lo nil; louiids. 10; distance
100 fi cl. En ranee tee, 50 ceuts. En
Entrios can bo imiln to thn Secretnry,
or at tiio gun stnio of Mrs. Tiio. Lack,
nt any timo before, or at tkoRango on
tho day cf the mulch.
Etra guns und cartridges can bo ob
tained at the R ngc.
J. II. FISHER,
J. BRODIE, M. D-,
UollTcl.ttiH. Slutunl Tol. 1SU.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
PrcmiiM on Judd Street, at pr'seni occu
pied by ,1. Emmelutli. Ovcr2ncic3
in t xn nt; sitbaiutitit lly enclo-ed,
ginikd.p.ankd with fruit tree-, both
loieignaiid unlive ; duralilu buildings.
Premises near Thomai Square, KiilaoKahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, comer of School 1 nd Fort
sin vt, oppusito the Government
Sfiln ol House-SO ft. on Fort strict,
12 t fiet on school strict; one 2.ruomed
Lot ol Land in Kiillhl Valley, opposite the
Morns 1 re in I is.
The "Old Cornor," bhuato on ibo cast cor-
nor of Nuuanu and Qucm street-.
Lot, corner nf Pcus'icohi und Wilder
AVenues, Miklki, 2 ncies more 01 le.-s;
may bo dtvlued up lor small home-
To Let Tint very convcnli nt and dc
kltiiblo cottngu on Merchant street
op oiite the Mutual Tehpl.oue Litlld
Filly Acres (more or less) in llnulki, cast
of M anuluu; 14 acrei f ii(.nculiiiriil
land; 25 noes all togetlur suitnble
for the cultivation of rice, taro 01 bu.
iniin.B. All the niceMiiry buildings;
Artesian Wi H, etc.
Lcaso ol Fish Pond nt Wilkiki. A rare
oppoituulty for a pn fitublo invest
Cattle Ranch nt Kaannpali, Mnui. suitnblo
li r a tunchman of I iii.itc.il means.
Lcaso ol Cottage and Lot with large sinble
accommodation, n Punchbowl strict,
near the Pauoa Slreatn.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do.
in l! a prili.ablu business. Situntod ns
At the loot of Punchbowl sireet; '
On Alukca, ubtv King street ;
On lloiil, bitwein Nuuunu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and larga lot above Kinnu
street, 1111 the Hat k of Punch b wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Heulihy Jocition; beautiful view
Premises now eccupifd by L. AVny, Esq.,
Ki.laok.ibuu. a viry dc-irablo real,
dence, fully uppi luted.
Also, n vacint building lot adjoining
the ubi ve.
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Tieretimia
sinci, makiii ol I'uiiubou, 2)4 n.i'cs
from tho Post Uflleo. Togeiher with
gr. ti'ids nnd mie ian well. These
premises are fully appoln id and very
couveiiieut for a laigc family, and are
fuinished with servants' quarters, car
nugo house, stables, tc.
Ono Large 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
ol Punchbowl, IJ4 miles from the Post
Ofllcc, lully mipp.ied with every con
vcuiciuc lor inuiicdia'e occupation.
Splct did location, beautiful view.
One Cottage, with largo yard aieommo.
dutinu, e rncr f l.ll bu nnd King
tticeu. Convenient home for mudcr
n c fiiiui) ; live mlntUCo' walk fioux
the Post OffiVe
Ton Acres (moie or lcs1) of good rasturo
laud sitnaio on the Hovcrmnout roael
in Kulllii tzvo miles front town.
A 5 -Room Cottage with kitchen nnd bath, .
within a Half a mile oi the lost Office.
By a Lady, a nuric or houFekcepcr, who
has bad many ycar-t experience and
can guaianleo satlstactioti.
By a Book-keeper and gene nl business
inau, wbo is aequainied with all
brinehes of mereuntiio business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
bcit of lefercnees if desired.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business 111 all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who Iiih been niuivy jcars a resident of'
By Several Men who will make them-
sele i.suful in doln tho chores in.
private 1111111110-; taking caio of horses,
und carriages, elc.
Full p.irilculars given with togard to
tltn fori going items on application at
ho Agency. 62.
BY THIS BTEAMEIl
CHARLES J. FISHEL
Has received a full line line of
Embroider il Suits
In White, Cream and Colored,.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Luces,
Ribbons, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO ,
Go inspect Mr. Fishol's New Goods
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets. ,- '
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tiio Daily Bulletin.
Tie (mm Lilly Hat!
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