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All persons holding wnteTprlvllogcs,
or thote paylug water rates, aro hereby
notified that the water rates for tliu term
ending December 31 18$", will be duo
and payable at the ofllcoof the Honolulu
Water Works on tho 1st July, 1887.
All such rules remaining unpaid for
flftcon days after they arc due will be
subject to an additional ten per cent.
Parties paylug rates will please pre
sent their last receipt.
CUAS. 15. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved : L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. CO lOt.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Draw Exchange on tho
Bnnlc oi Onlilbrnia, H. IP,
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. If. Itothschilil & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Busiucss.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for tho
Honolulu June 8th. 1887. 57
Pledged to neither Sect cor Fatty,
Bat eiUblfihed tor tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2.1. 1887.
A SUGGESTION OR TWO.
As there was apparently homo
difficulty on the occasion of the fire
the other night, on the part of the
firemen, in discovering the where
abouts of the hydrants, it is sug
gested that maps of tho town with
ino locations oi nil me tiyuranis ior
use in case of fire accurately mark
ed, bo made nnd hung up in each of
the engine houses, so that every fire
man may, if so disposed, become
possessed of knowledge that will
enable him in an' emergency to
light upon the precise spot in the
It is also suggested that firemen
might be less hampered by the pub
lic who persist in crowding upon the
workmen, if the hose were occa
sionally turned upon the Idlo specta
tors. People teill get as near tho
scene of conflagration as possible,
and obstruct operations. No amount
of talking or police interference can
prevent them. The hose will succeed
where other means fail.
A SATISFACTORY TEST.
Tuesdaj' night's fire was the first
in Honolulu since there Jtas been an
increased and improved water sup
ply, nnd afforded a good opportuni
ty for testing its elllcioncy for fire
extinguishing purposes. Tho trial
was entirely satisfactory. It is sel
dom in the history of this city that a
fire which had got so much headway
has been extinguished until the
building in whicli it originated was
totally destroyed. Tho fire in this
instance had taken hold of nn old
wooden structure, and bursting out
from openings in the front produced
a great blaze. In a very few minutes
after water was turned on, not a
vestigo of the fire could be soon ex
cept tho ravages it had wrought.
No ordinary fire could have long
held out against the four large and
powerful streams thrown by tiie fire
engines in operation. The people
of Honolulu may now feel a security
in case of fire whicli until recently
they could not experience. The
promptness with which tho works
for improving tho water service was
undertaken after the plan was onco
decided upon, and the manner of
execution arc creditable to tho
Superintendent of the Water Works.
One would never suppose, after
reading the Government organ this
morning, if not better informed,
that the faction which has held con
trol of tho government for several
years past, over attempted in any
way to create antagonism between
tho foreign and native races. Tho
cool assurance of tho Advertiser is
really startling to uny honest man
who lias taken 'the troubjo to post
himself on the post few years'
history, public and secret, of this
i iai wait iiifiitiwniiiit'P'jfl'ntty
country ; for ho knows Hint Ihc cry
of "Hawaii for tho Hawaiians,"
originated by this faction, especially
emphasized tho point which tho
organ blandly deprecates. The ex
tracts from a campaigning document
published by the Gaxctte two or
thrco days ago, nro no secret just
discovered. Copies were produced
by tho thousand, and sent all over
tho islands, with simply a change in
two or three lines, to adapt 11 to the
respective districts and persons in
which and by whom circulated. Tito
writer saw dozens of copies at tho
time, and was loo familiar with tho
littlo trick from nn nnlcccdcnt date
to be excited thereby. This docu
ment was tho "platform" of the to
called "National party." And yet
the mouthpiece of this same party
comes out this morning, within
eighteen months of the publication
of that "platform," and virtually
denies any connection therewith
whatever. As we said a few days
ago, this attempt to antagonize the
races lias been partially successful
only. It may, and probably did,
have influence in deciding the last
elections, as well as prior elections,
but its effect in permanently embitter
ing the natives against tho foreigners
is not very conspicuous. The at
tempt has been made, and again
and again repeated, all the same,
but its limited success only is due to
the good sense of the natives. It
might be inferred from this morn
ing's Advertiser that those who have
figured in this cowaidly and danger
ous business arc, ashamed of what
they have done. Although this is
rather improbable, for men who
have no respect for truth and no
sense of honor are hardly ashamed
of anything. It is more probable
that the organ aims at deceiving the
foreign visitors now sojourning here
and tho readers to whom it is sent in
foreign lands. The people of the
country cannot be so easily fooled.
As a specimen of Mr. Gibson's
supremo confidence in gulling in
telligent men in the face of over,
whelming facts against him, let the
reader compare the following trans
lation from his newspaper tho Elele
published onlyuc duys prior to his
editorial of to-day. It is only n fair
specimen of what his native paper
has been full of for a, number of
years. It will be noticed that in his
editorial to tho natives, lie does not
say one word to tho natives about
making any concession to tho whites
nor does he suggest that perhaps
some of the complaints of foreigners
have truth in them and should be
investigated, lie simply appeals to
them to hold the foreigners to the
grindstone and to support and con
tinue unconditionally tho present
state of affairs.
TRANSLATION FROM THE "ELELE" OF
JUNE 18, 1837.
The results of real treason aro con
tinually coming forth from tho
moutliH of the fcori'beads and tho
mibsionai'V liaolos and thoso that aie
like the missionaries of tho ling of
vagabonds, and they aie becoming
boisterous as though tboy were the
pillars uiion which tho house stands
upon its foundation. Tliey have come
out boldly from their biding placet.,
bnt in conformity with their real
nature they put asldo and have no
regard for the real people of tho soil,
the people whoso forefathers shed
their blood in order that their chil
dren might iuhorit inalienable rights.
Wo Hawaiians hold these rights,
they aro for us to cherish, but they
aro stiiviug to overthrow these, our
inalienable rights, but tho proceed
ings of these evil minded peibons aie
now exposed to full view. This is
tho time for Hawaiians who love and
cherish tho alii to stand up nnd show
Tho day observed in honor of Kit
meliiinielia I, the Great, bus come
nnd paused, but tbu predictions of
ovil of JieM3 feorohciulcd missionary
ring Imvo not yet eomu to pass, but
tlioy aro still talking about tho King.
Ono of their ministers of religion,
Hov. Dr. Hyde, has uttered some
bitter words, which are oxcecded even
by J. T. Waterbouse, calling our
lovod King n thiof and other things.
Therefore this is not a timo to stand
and look on. They bavo disturbed
the quiet waters, and tboy bavo
doikoned the waters with tho blue
liquor of the squid whicli tboy Imvo
stirred ijp. Watorbouf-o is going to
send to bis Government for a man-of-war
to protect 'him and his pio
porty. We have only this word of
ndvico for him : stand up ami puck
iii his goods and go homo to bis
unlive laud, bag and baggage, and
lcavo Hawaii for tho Hawaiians.
This is really not a timo for the
Hawaiians to stand still and sec dirt
being thrown upon tho Tin one, but
this is a time for all Hawaiian hearts
to show their lovo and care for tho
alii, Stand up straight and oppose
these attempts at tieason, and cause
thobittor thoughts of these people to
come to naught. These vagabonds
(or ovil mjnded people) have jnoro to
sny about our Government tjian the
people of tho soil Imvo to say about
it; as tliey eamo to this land so lot
them turn about and depart hence;
for their filthy lives (insido of tho
JioiibO) nro exposed now to tho blaze
of t)0 sun.
it jiitTi'iWinif Tnrgjgiwmw
Wc now ask aio they not leal
tiaitois? By the iialtiio of all their
bitter thoughts they can easily be
branded as traitors. There aie no
traitors outside of these people.
Tlieiefore we ask our Government,
has not the proper time como to
drag these people before a Court of
Justice? is it not right that they
should be punished aceoiding to
law? Tbeie i nothing to bo gained
in waiting. Thciefoio we ask and
urge the King's Atlorney-ticnoral to
prosecute iheso people at once, and
we hope they will have something to
swallow that shall purge them of
their dirty, jealous thoughts.
llo, ye Hawaiian people 1 Ob, ye
people of the land I Turn yo and
look to your King. Do not de
ceived by what the cheating vaga
bond nays, but stand by your Kingly
Father, anil tuin away all tho trai
tors fiom residing on the broad
bosom of your native land. Throw
these people far away outside of your
bounds. It is of no use to haibor
theni. Sweep them away from the
borders of the land.
Wo have no fruits of blessing fiom
the tiaitois.. They nro continually
calling for a. public meeting. What
do they want to meet for? Is it to
meet to rebel against your King, Ha
waii? Aro lfawniians ready to unite
in this work? On our side, we say
before tho people that Hawaiians
aro not ready to unite in treason,
but they aio ready with one accord
to uphold tho King. Thero is no
belter time than this, for, "befoie
tho rain falls remove tho rubbish."
GOVERNMENT TREASURY CERTIFICATES
AND THE PUBLIC.
Kiiitor Bulletin': I would beg
to draw the attention of holders of
Government Treasury Certificates
and the public generally to the tact,
that at the present moment there is
absolutely no security whatsoever to
insure the possessors of these certifi
cates that they will be able to re
deem the same for coin should the
necessity arise for doing so. Ac
cording to the Minister of Finance's
report there were $377,000 certifi
cates in circulation at 31st March
1880, against which there was said
to be on the bare statement of said
individual, coin for an equivalent
amount held in the Treasury as a
special deposit. In tho absence of
any sworn Return on tlic part oi mo
government oillcial actually in
charge of tho coin, or of a certifi
cate signed by the Auditor-Gen
eral that he had seen and counted
this cash, it is a grave question
whether the Minister of Finance's
word, that the coin is there, can be
relied upon by the public who hold
government certificates ; of course it
is difficult to the the amount of certi
ficates in circulation at this date as
tho government does not condescend
to publish weekly Returns in the
newspapers, but it is extremely like
ly that it considerably exceeds
the amount outstanding at "lst
In the event of :i change in affairs
taking place here, the holders of
these notes will most probably find
themselves the happy possessors of
a lot of worthless greenbacks. The
rcmody lies in the hands of the pub;
lie. First come, best served,
1'ito Bono I'uiilico.
TOO MUCH NOISE.
Emtok Bulletin : I see no neces
sity for the conduct of sonio of the
lire laddies, after the lire was over
the other night, nnd when tho en
gines, etc., were returned to tho bell
lower picmUcs, The noise and tliu
language were entirely uncalled for.
It was past midnight when a com
pany of Hawaiians who bad roared
themselves hoarse, commenced sing
ing us they went home. In this
neighborhood at least f0 persoiiB
whoso daily occupations require rest
at night aro living. Wlioro were tho
!10 or 10 police who displayed such
energy on Satnulay night hist, when
a fow foieigneis wero jubilant on an
extraordinary occasion? It looks
very much like partiality, and hav
ing ono law for one class and another
law for another cjasa.
The Chamber opproved tho grant.
St. Petersburg, Juno 3. Tho
"Norvoc Vrcmya" says llussla
never agreed to regard Afghanistan
as outside of her influence. The
only conversational exchange of
views was during Russia.s Khivnn
campaign. Kinco that time a great
change has taken placo.
News has been roceived at St.
Petersburg from Herat that the
Ameer of Afghanistan is in a criti
cal position. Ho has withdrawn the
garrisons of Herat and llnlkh for
the purpose of reinforcing tho troops
defeated in the adjacent country in
the fights with Ghilzals.
TWELVE SEWING GIRLS.
X Apply at euro tit
King street. (0 St.
A YOUNG WOMAN TO NURSE A
xjL newly rorn
pply to the
WANTED TO PUJtOHASE.
A LOT 10 FEET FRONTAGE ON
-fi. Liug street, between Uotlu and
I.E. DROWN & CO.
? ' 'wagon sheds and barn lor Feed,
mil ct'aer convenience. Foe purlieu.
lars, opply at lhl olllco. flu lm J
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise It in the Daily Buliutw
A FEAST OF MUSIC.
At Funniioii College this evening
Mrs. Ilanford's pupils will give n
musical entertainment, to which nil
friends nre invited, and on which
occasion tho following programme
will bo rehearsed:
l'iano Duet DodelinoUo (Lullaby)
Nellie and May Waterbouse.
Song The First Song Gumboil
l'iano Solo Fur Elise. . . Beethoven
Trio Mia Madro (My Mother). . . ,
Mrs. llanfonl, Kale Rogers and
l'iano Solo Stiulil. Night ..Spindler
Chorus Ye Shepherds, Tell Me.. .
l'unalioii Glee Club.
Piano Solo Willo' the Wisp..Jensen
PA 1ST u.
Chorus Christmas Mve
Punaliou Glee Club.
l'iano Solo La Sonambula. .
Transcription by Horn.
Song Di Quni Soavi Lagriinu. . . .
l'iano Solo Melody in F.. Rubinstein
Song Bid me to Live llatton
l'iano Solo Aux Bonis du Gauge..
Transcription by Leybach.
Chorus The Happy Feasants. . . .
Punnhou Gleo Club.
CERTIFICATE OF CAUSE OF DEATH.
As stated yesterday, no coroner's
enquiry was held respecting the
death of the lad John Silva, found
dead after the lire Tuesday night,
in an upper rooin of tho partially
burnt building. " The following
medical ccrtiflcalo certifies the cause
lion. J. L. Kaulukou, Marshal of
the Kingdom Sir: According to
your instructions, 1 have this morn
ing at 0 :00 o'clock made at tho Sta
tion House the examination of a
Name John Silva.
Age iMghleen years.
Cause of death Asphyxia.
Rigor mortis well established.
From the examination of the body
and the circumstances of its dis
covery in thcTuins of tho building
destroyed by lire last night in Nuu
anu street, I have no hesitation to
say that the young man, John Silva,
was suffocated by the smoke in try
ing to make his escape from a -room
in the burning building.
X therefore do not consider a com
plete post mortem examination as
necessary, and would advise you to
allow the friends of the deceased to
have the remains buried as soon as
you think proper.
Guoitoi: TitQifeSKAu, M. I).
The executioner nt Cologno has
died lately. He provided in bis will
that ho should be laid to rest in his
TF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
X hack, don't hesitate, but King up
i!;i." both Telephones. 00 Hit.
Ml SS CHILLBURG REC E I V
ed by tho "Australia" a very line
and beautiful aortmcut of stylUh mil
linery goods, llur former stock of
trimmed lints nnd bonnets, him will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to cull at
once. 52 lm,
The hotelTfree LUNCH
X is ppiead overy evening In the bir
room, nnd pinions will Hud cvoiylhing
to suit the tasto of tho most fabtidl'uis
epicures. 17 tf
HAVING leceutly engaged a first,
cl.iss Uider nnd Moulding Maker,
we nro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair mid re gild auy kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made over as good as new, mid
at prices within tliu reach of all. Tho
public aio invited to cull and Inspect
tome of this work. Romembcr, any
thing that needs renewing In Gobi, Old
Gold, lironxo. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING 1JROS., AitT Stoiie. 17
S PERRY'S NoTiFomlIv Flour is
olloicd for sale hybGONf3ALYK3 &
CO., Queen Street, 01
)n. Fmnt'b IIhaut Rjimbdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart l)in
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
apd Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Donson Smith &
Co., Agents. am
lYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
fV SHOP, Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Tlllu
FurnUlied, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agoncv, Mit. JOHN GOOD,
Ju , Authorized Collector.
Employment Agoncy. Mil. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. US Mer
Hull Telephone ,'UN,
I'.O. It ox 415.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 colums, f ! per milium.
r .. i i . i. --,...
MB vJr B I If Hm
On Thursday, Juno 30th.
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At tho lesldencc of the Hon W. (J.
P.uke, wu will fell at Public Auction
the cntlic Household Furniture, com.
Bureau and Sofa' Hug",
rpholsteied Pailor Lounge,
Upholsloted JJasy Chairs,
Largo Cciilro Hug,
Oval Centre Table,
4 Llpht Chandelier,
Black Ilulr Cloth Chairs.
Portkri nnd Cornlco Pole,
Klcgnnt Km Sideboard,
1!. W. Bedstead,
Toilet Sets, liagnlillo Table,
Koa Extension Tabic,
Assortment of Sllverplatcd Ware,
Illack Walnut Chairs,
li. W. Marble Top Bureaus,
Oak Bedroom Set,
Mattre8c, Mosquito Not
Hanging and Bracket Lamps,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils!
Meat Safe, Refrigerator, liny Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and mi uwortmout of
Ferns, P.ilm, and PlvnU, Garden
S amis, Flower Pots, Etc , Etc ,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.',
G7 Ot . Aim Innorrs.
JjMlOM AND AFTER THIS DATE I
JL will pay no debts conttnetud in my
naiiio without my wiltlen order.
Honolulu, .Juno 2?, 1687. GS !.
I BEG TO NOTIFY MY FRIENDS
in id ilia public that I am now Ihc
sole propihtor ol' the Wuiilinhl Siloon
at aiuica, Kauai, and have appointed
1C. K:l.1mr1k1111i muuagcr, wltli autlioiily
to puioliusu goods on my account and to
sign notes in settlement for same
Walinea, ICauai, June 17, 1837. 03 8t
HARNESS MAKER las moved to
No. 78 Kb ij tared next to the
Metropolitan Market. (it lm
COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
rjMIE ATTENTION OF ALL INTER
J. esled in iinpiovlng the pasture
hinds of the Islands is ailed to the
above valuable beeds, which wo oiler for
s lie in lots to suit purchuscr?.
We Imvo also on hand sample lots of
Wlutu ClovCr, English Alsyke, Timo
thy, Rib Gra?s, Oicstcd Dog's Tail, Tall
Fescue, Italian Ityc Grass and Lucerne
souls, which wu tiler In tnnll lots for
tihil, and will also r ccivu oiduis for
(piuiitllius of not lebs than half a ton
weight, nnd execute same with dispatch.
WM. G. IRWIN Si CO.
LOST Oil MlSSCAItUIED.
ON THE OCEANIC Co., WHARF
of May Ulht, on arrival of Austra
lia a largo black leather vall.su lightly
Mrapped handle brokin and lump cord
sub iluted. Any pirson delivering
r-amo at Paul Neumanns (fll.o will be
02 tf PAUL NEUMANN.
TIIE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMRER3 OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
tuku place at the room of the Chamber
of Commerce In Campbell's block on
Friday July 8lh next ut 11 a. m.
fi7 tf Secy. pro. loin.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; pcrHctly
oafo to drive by ladies
or uhildien. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
ONE LARGE LOT, cornor Pcnfncola
and Lunaliio Sts., which can bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
K,5l Of West, Dow & Co.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IN
lloululu. Having n lroutago on
King street of (10 feet idjoiiiliig tho now
brloU uteres occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to tho estato of the lat Thos.
Meek. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
(Jueeu street, Honolulu, Juno Rl, 'fc7.
jl, a TIIE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
jftr'Vftl epeupied by the undci signed,
G&1&&2& Jv'ulml street.
OJ if W.C.PARKE.
Collude to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furniture i ( a baiirain,
For particulate enquire cf Jnp. Magocn,
Agent, Morchnnt street. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING ol ll kind est,
tutcd ot tho Daily Bulletin OHlcf
FROM THE FIRM OF
Hoffuung & Co,, Sydney,
Theso goods comprise evciy description
Notions and Novelties
Ladies' &. Gent's Saddlery, &o.
Wlll he sold at
in quail titles to suit.
The goods are now on sale In tho room
Over Yates and McKenzie's,
Opposite the Oceanic Go's Wharf.
A Two-Story Dwelling House
With 8 rooms, lcldcs kitchen, pantry,
hath room and closet, with servants'
loom, and superior harn and ttahlo ac
commodations, pituatrd on Upper Nun
aim Avenue, in the mojt delightful and
healthy portion ot the suhuihs. Or a
With 0 rooms, besides kitchen, pantry,
store room, and servants' rooms; also
bain nnd irtable accommodations.
Tho above houses aro furnished, and
will be icidy for occupation in a fow
weeks. Inquire of
07lf W. W. IIALL.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE, containing five
rooms, besides dinitig ronni
kitchen and pantry, and every
convenience Tor a lainily; ono acre of
ground, well shaded with algeroha trees,
situated on Kinau street, between Ala.
pal and Knpiolaul sts. Apply on the
premises to Thos. Rcwcastle. 07 lwS
For Siilo or Lease.
THOSE. PREMISES SITUATED ON
X I'uuahou Street called "Kanonllo.
hla," tho propei ty of C. H. Judd, are for
salo or for lease t'or a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 18. Ifc80. U08
LEASE OF LARGE DUSINESS
premises rt Kohalu, Hawaii, Suit,
able for store. A good opening for a
"With numerous bed rooms, ns there is
a want of a restaurant and rooming
establishment in Knhala, and by proper
management would be a lucrative busi-
FOR A. STORE.
' It Is in tho center of the white and
native population with over 0,0C0 feet of
floor spaco and Elands ou a largo lot
with close feuce, loigo water supply and
every convenience. Rent if 10 a month.
I.eao lit ycus to run, will sell at a
rea onuble price. Particulars of.
Oa lw D. L. APUART.
O WHALE BOATS:
ion ir. i) feet
O 'tVhulo Uoat, 30 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 fectbuil Doats;
1 18 feet Surf Doat; 2 Decked Hunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet (I inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
eompleto; J 2 J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast nnd suils al complete. -Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder nnd General Jobber. 01 tf
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS having tiltcn
chargu cf tho Waikiki Bath House,
begs to intorm tho public Unit ho will
tun tho ploco as a llrst-ciuss bathing
MRS, CROOKS will attend to tho lady
patrons of tho place, and every effort
will bo made to nioko It attractive.
CO 1 in
Taro Flour Poi !
New Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On the Same Principle as Corn
. Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
Ono pound of Taro Flour cooked this
way will mako ft pound of hard poi.
Toko tho desired amount of Taro
Flour, mix it with cold water in suffl.
cleat quantities to maku it a thick paste.
Ploco it iu a porcelain pot, (aud no
other) on a slow llro, add hot water
slowly or enough to prcveut it burning.
Keen stirring with a spoon or stick for
an hour vUillo cooking; then tct it on
another flower llro for unother hour.
When cooked placo it lu n bowl or cola,
bash and let It lemabi for 24 hours; then
it ready for use, adding sulllclent
cold water to mako it tho pioper thick.
ness, If found lumpy, tqueeze tluough
a piece of mosquito netting.
All families desiring eloin pol will
do well to glvu Taro Flour, prepared
this way, a now til.il,
Those desiring bour pol must let It re
mulu two or tlueodays. 05 2w
HE DAILY BULLETIN -The
most popular paper published,
Hawaiian lie Association
To be hold ot tholr Range ou King St.,
opposite tho Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'clock, a.m.
GOVERNOK DOMINIS CUP,
Valued at $100, for tho highest aggre
gate score in mulches No?. 1, 2 and 3 to
becomo tho piopcrty of tho murksman
winning ll thrco times at regular melt
ings of tho H.'R. A.
Won July 0, lQiii, by J. Urodlc, M. D.
Won January 1, 18s7, by Wm. Uuger.
I.-THE DROD1E MEDAL-
Valued nt $50 j also second prize of ij5;
third prize $2X0. Conditions of tliu
match: Open to all members of the As
sociation, and members of the regular
and volunteer military companies of tho
Kingdom; to become the properly if
tho markbinau winning it thrco tinii s ut
regular meetings ol tho II. R. A.
Dlstnucc, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military rillo under tho rules; llnilud to
ono entry to each competitor. Entrance
Wou January 1, 1ESG, by Wm. Ungtr.
Won July 0, 1880, by C. D. Wil. on.
Won Jnuuury 1, 188 7, by C. D. Wilson.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND TARO
Valued 0100; also a sotond prize of $1;
third prize, 2.C0. Conditions: Open to
all comers; to become tho property of
the murksman winning Utlneo limes nt
regular meetings of the II. 11, A.; 10
rounds each ut tlia 400 and 500 yaid
langcs; any military rillo under tho
rules; limited to one entry for each com.
petltur. Entrance fee, $1.
Wou July C, lafcO, by J Dro lie, M. D.
Won Jnuuurv 1, 18s7, by W. O. King.
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued nt 8150. Competitors limited to
members of tho Association. Condi,
tions; For tho highest aggregate sco'o
nt 200 and COO yards; 10 rounds at eccli
distunce; auy military rillo under the
rules; to becomo tho properly of the
marksman winning it thrco times at
regular meeting of tho H. R. A. En.
tranco fee, $1.
Won January 1, 1680, by F..T. Higgltis.
Won July C, 1880. by J. Drodlo M. D.
Wou January 1, 18b7, by Win. Ungcr.
Four cash prizes, namely: 2fl, 15, 10
and 10 per cent, of the net receipts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen; uny
military rillo under tho rules ; 10 rounils ;
dibtance, 2.0 yards. Entrunco fee, $1.
VASSOCIATION SECOND OLAFS
Open to all memhcis of the Asscciu--tlon
who havo never made u recotd ex.
cccding 73 per cent at any regular meet,
lng of tho II. R. A. First prize, a SiU
ver Mcdul; Second prize, ono dozen
Photographs, presented by J. J. 11,
Hams, Esq. Conditions: Rounds, Id;
distance, iOO yards; any military rifle
under tho rule. Entrance fee, $1. En
VI. ASSOCIATION THIRD CLASS
Open to all members of tho Associu.
tlon who have never made a record ex.
needing 05 per cent nt uny regular moot
ing of the II. R. A. Fhst prize, a SIU
ver medal; Second prize, Woven Cart-'
ridge Belt and ono hundred C.utrldges,
presented by C. II. Nicoll, Esq. Condi
tions sumo us in Match No. f.
Four cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10)
and 10 per cent of. the net receipts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen who
have never made a record exceeding 70
per cent at uny meeting of tho II. R. A.;
rounds.fi; distance, 200 yards; any mili
tary rltles under tho rules. Entrance,
fco, 50 cents. Entries unlimited,
VIII PISTOL MATCH-,
First prize, ono Smith & Wesson 8ft.
calibre nickel plated Revolver. Condi,
tlons: Open to all; louuds, 10; distance
100 feet, En'rauco fee, fit) cunt. En.
Entries can ho inailu to the Secretary,
or at tho gun stora of Mrs. Thou. Lack,
at any timo hoforo, or nt tho Rungo oa
tho day of the match.
Extra guns and carti idges ran be ob
tained at tliu Range,
, J. II. FISIIEK,
J, BRODIE, M. D-,
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