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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exohango on tho
Etaiilc ot Oiililbriiln, W. IT.
And Uielr ngonts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONQ KONO.
Messrs. N. M. RolhsohlM & Son, London
Tho Commoioial Rank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Hank of New Zcnland: Auckland,
Ghrlstohurch, and Wellington,
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toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or
Transact a Goncral Uankln UubIucss.
LLOISLATURE OF 1G88. "The Dally
and "Weekly Bulletin" contains the
on'y correct and nil lablo reports of the
proceedings of the present J.egUlnture.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18S3.
Ctii Day June 4th.
The House opened at 10
President S. G. Wilder
in the chair.
Rep. Rice presented a petition
from Kauai relating to schools. Re
ferred to Committee on Educatiou.
Rep. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion praying that Asiatic immigra
tion be limited. Referred to Judi
RESOLUTIONS AND BILLS.
Rep. Helokunihi gave notice that
he should introduce an Act to amend
Sec. 1 of the Penal Code, also Sees.
3 and 4 of same code ; also an act
to amend Sec. 22 Civil Code.
Rep. Kamauoha read for the lirst
time a bill amending the law relat
ing to taxes, reducing the tax from
one per cent to percent. Referred
to Printing Committee.
The Printing Committee under
suspension of the rules, reported
that eight bills were printed and
read' for distribution.
Noble Dole read for the first time
a bill to amend and consolidate the
law relating to pounds, cstrays,
brands, etc. Referred to Printing
Noble Hitchcock read a first time
a bill to repeal Chap. Gl of the
Penal Code, relating to the deser
tion of married people, one from
tho other. Referred to Printing
Rep. Paehaole gave notice of a
bill to allow any person afllicted with
leprosy and sent to Molokai to be
accompanied by an assistant.
Rep. Deacon read for the first
time a bill to amend Sec. 22 of
Chap. 55 of the Session laws of
187C. Referred to Printing Com
mittee. Report of the Judiciary Commit
tee, under the oiispension of the
jules, recommended the passage of
the bill relating to Notaries Public
with the amendment that all prev
ious acts of Notaries be valid.
On motion the report was adopted
and the bill passed to engrossment,
to be read a third time on Wednes
day. The Minister of Foreign Affairs
answered the questions relating to
the Samoan Mission. Total amount
received from sale of property
81,530.10; $1,140 of this amount
was expended in payments of debts ;
the balanced has been received by the
Government with the exception of a
small amount which is deemed per
The Attorney-General answered
the questions in regard to police
men's wages. The questions were
submitted to the Marshal and he
said that the police were paid
according to their efficiency and
length of service, he also submitted
a lencthv table, of ways which was
laid on the table for reference.
Rep. Kamauoha asked about the
report of the President of the Board
The Minister of the Interior stated
that it was in the hands of the
Rep. Kamauoha read a first time
a bill to amend Sec. 4 Chap. 62 of
the Penal Code, as amended by
session laws of 1884, relating to the
establishment of leper hospitals on
tho various islands. Referred to
OHDEIl OF THE DAY.
Third reading of liio bill author
izing the Chief Clerk of the Interior
Department to sign licences. Passed.
Second reading of a bill relating
to tho Registration of Conveyances ;
regulating the fees to be charged,
and providing for the payment of a
salary to tho Registrar.
Second reading of a bill to repeal
the law to mitigate, 'etc. Referred
to Sanitary Committee, with instruc
tion to inquire into the working of
the law, and report to tho House.
Second reading of a bill relating
to patents. Referred to Judiciary
Second reading of a bill to amend
the acts to regulate the remission,
exomption aud collection of tuition
fees in the public schools of the
Kingdom. This bill abolishes all
jtuition fees in tho schools conducted
in tho Kugliah language. Hcfcrtocl
lo Education Committee
House udjourni'd until 1 r. m.
The IIouso was called to order by
.the President at 1.20 p. in.
Second reading of bill to amend
Aitlelc31 of the Constitution, in
creasing tho rights of the King.
Rep. Kamauoha explained that
the object of the amendment wa9 to
give the King sole power to approve
or reject a bill passed 03' the Legis
lature, without the advice or con
sent of his Cabinet. Ho explained
tlint the Ministers were now occupy
ing a dual capacity ; 1st, as part of
the legislative body ; and 2d, as n
pait of the executive. A bill may
pass tho House and the Ministers
may advise the King lo withhold his
signature, and thus defeat tho will
of the people as expressed through
On motion of Kamauoha tho ayes
and noes were called on the motion
to indefinitely postpone.
Ayes 31 Noes 2. Bill indefin
Second leading of a bill to autho
rize a system of parcel posts. Re
ferred lo Foreign Affairs Committee.
Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for the registration of labels.
Kcferrctl to Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of a bill to regu
late permits to Chinese to enter the
Kingdom. Referred to Committee
on Foreign Relations.
Second reading of bill relating
to the duties heretofore pcrformod
by the Governors. The bill was
made the order of the day for Wed
fcccond reading of bill to regulate
the internal police of the Kingdom.
This bill was inade the special order
of tho day to follow the Governors
bill on Wednesday.
The IIouso then adjourned until
10 a. m. to-morrow.
WRECK l)F THE BRITISH
A 1'DLLGK ACCOUNT.
The following account of the loss
of the Henry James, and the escape
of crew and passengers, contains
particulars not hitherto published.
The account was written at Samoa
for the Bulletin, but did not reach
us in time for publication on Satur
On the 9th of May last, a boat's
crew of shipwrecked seamen arrived
at Apia, Samoa, and gave (he de
tails of the loss of the English baik
Henry James, on Palmyra Island,
and of the lescuc of the passengers
and crew. The following is based
upon the story of William Cro&l'
(scamau) one of the boat's crew:
The Henrj- James was a staunch
iron bark of about 0G0 tons legistcr,
owned by the North British Ship
ping Company of Glasgow.
In February last, she left New
castle, Australia, for San Francisco,
with a cargo of 2,200 tons of coal,
under command of Capt. Lattimore.
The crew consisted of two males
and seventeen men, besides whom
there were seven cabin passengers
and 3 in the steerage. Fair weather
-ahd light winds were experienced
1 and the lGth of April found the bark
in the region of the N. E. trades
and in sight of Palmyra Islajicl.
This island is situated in latitude
5 deg. 40 min. North and 1G2 dcg.
11 min. West longitude. It is
simply a group of small coral isl
ands, about GO in number,enelosing
a lagoon, and to the northward and
eastward are several dangerous sub
merged reefs, among which are
Kingman and Caltlcw reefs, whose
positions on the chait are not fixed
with accuracy, and in the vicinity of
which exist insidious cui rents that
sweep across the shallows in the
teeth of the trades. It is perhaps
to this easterly set, the strength of
which varies from one to thice miles
an hour, that the loss of the Janios
may be attributed.
Passing Palmyra island on Mon
day, the 10th of April, about 3 p.
m., Capt. Lattimore headed his
vessel about N. N. W., endeavoring
to make all to the eastward that
was possible and consistent with
safety. It was the last land to be
sighted before reaching the Golden
Gate and with it all dangers would
havo been passed in safety. But
this was not to bo realized, for, a
few hours later, while continuing on
the same course and making about
five miles an hour, the ship struck
without warning of any kind and
without shock, slid up on a coral
ledge where she remained hard and
fast. It was 10 o'clock at night
and they were 36 miles f 10111 Pal
myra Island. In a moment the
yards weic braced aback, jibs aud
spanker taken in, hut beyond pay
ing her head off a little she did not
move. Now neaily in the trough of
the sea, the ship commenced to roll
heavily and it was at onco decided
to abandon her. Two boats were
lowered, a cutter 28 feet long, and
the gig, considerably smaller. The
two women, who were cabin passen
gers, behoved with great fortitude,
and with the four children were first
loweied over tho bhip(s stern. Tho
Captain was last to leave. But few
things weic saved: chart, cluono
mctcr, nautical almanac, sextant; a
breaker of water, some bread and
canned meat these, with the boat's
sails are all that was saved from the
In hopes of seething something
next morning, tho two boats lay by
tho Bhip all night, but daylight re
vealcd'UuUivu Uyt a hopeless wreck
and a lino of jircrkcrs ; so, casting
nrhift, tho boats wote headed for
It was Wednesday morning bo
To e the. lunde 1 on ihu west side of
the island, tho only place where
smooth water could be found. As
stated, tho island is simply a belt
of CO or more coral islets enclosing
a lagoon, is uninhabited and affords
lilllo enough to suppoit human life.
A few huts were found and Hindu
tenable: these are probably the
only relics of tho expedition of
Capt. Bent from Hawaii, many years
auo, when a party of kanakas was
lauded to collect aud cure the
beehes-de-mer for the Chinese mar
ket. The procuring of two things now
commanded all the resources of tho
Captain and his men, viz. : food and
succor. There was little hope of a
passing vessel ; Honolulu could not
bo reached for it was 9G0 milo3 to
windward; Fanning Island, only
200 miles to the Southeast was in
habited, as also Christmas Island,
but tho character of the natives was
not known and these latter places
might not be easy to reach. It was
thus the Captain reasoned (with
what good judgment the sequel will
show) that Apia, 1320 miles distant
in a S. S.AV. direction, was the only
point where relief could be found,
and the dilliculties of navigation
were lessened by the fact that the
boat's track would lie through the
region of the southeast trades.
The first mate, Donald McDonald,
consented to tako charge of the boat
that was to make this hazardous
For provisions, the crew was sup
plied with 2G0 cocoauuts and a
bleaker of water, and with this
slender allowance McDonald set off
on his long voyage at noon of Satur
day the 21st of Apiil, amid tho
heart-rending prayers and pitiful
petitions of the helpless group that
was kneeling on the rough coral of
this desolate island.
The twenty-five persons left be
hind found their wants fairly sup
plied by Nature, for besides the
cocoanuts which alone are sufficient
to sustain life for a long period,
rain water was collected by tacking
tins around the cocoannt trees,
birds wore plentiful and perfectly
tame and their eggs were abundant.
The progress of the forlorn hope
in tho frail boat was ver' fair. Mc
Donald lacked the necessary books
for making computations for longti
tude and had to bo content with a
lougli dead reckoning; but day by
da1 he was able to take the sun for
latitude, deciding to run by compass
nearly due South to the latitude of
Apia, and then lo steer due West.
The winds and weather were pro
pitious, the breezes always favoring
them and the showers of rain ic
plenishing the breaker. After a
week, the cocoanuts turned sour but
the meat of the nuts was still palat
able. In calms the crew plied their
oais, ana wlicu tuc wind was favor
able they rested, sleeping by day or
night whenever a nap could be
caught. One man, a German, be
came exhausted, and for a week be
fore reaching their haven could cat
Day by day they struggled on
and after a vain searcli for Danger
Island which lay in their route, and
which would have enabled them to
verify their position, the mate
pushed on to the southward. The
average daily progress was about 80
miles, but on one day they made
On the morning of the 18th day,
Manila, one of the mos.t easterly
islands of Samoa, was sighted. They
were 150 miles nearer to it than the
leekouing indicated, and it was with
lighter hearts that they renewed
their labors. Next day Upolu was
been, a small bchooner hove in sight,
and they lost no time in bearing
down for her. She proved to be
the pleasuio boat of a Samoan chief,
and they were taken on board, and
their needs promptly relieved.
The schooner put in for Apia at
once, and the shipwrecked marin
ers, after a voyage of nineteen
days, and neaily 1500 miles 111 an
open boat, found friends and the
means of rescuing their companions
of the ill-fated James.
The British Consul, Mr. Henry
Wilson, made every provision for
the men and immediately set about
to obtain a vessel for the relief. The
Vindex, a small but fast schooner
belonging to Auckland, was chart
'ered: provisions and clothing were
put on board, and on Sunday, the
13th of May, in a heavy rain squall,
she put to sea on her errand of
mercy. Captain Bissctt of the Lily
(belonging lo McArthur & Co.),
went iu charge, the brave McDonald
shipped as first mate, and two of
Ills companions went also as part of
It is believed that the Vindex can
make the round ti ip in four weeks
or less, bofore which time there is
no possible means of gaining intelli
gence of the Captain, crew and pas
sengers of the Henry James.
The family in the cabin consisted
of the husband, wife, wife's mother
aud four children, the eldest of
whom is a girl of nine and the
youngest a babo in arms. It is not
easy to realize this poor wife's a.nx
icty, for yot another little fatranger
was daily expected. Surely slio has
need to emulate tho fortitude of tho
Zenobia of an earlier Palmj-ra.
Tho bequol is known to our readers ;
how that tho Mariposa on her way
fiom Samoa called at Palmyra, found
tho crow and passengers all ulivo
and well, lesoucd them, and brought
them on to Honolulu, where thoy
THE MIND-READING SEANCE.
A very laigo audience assembled
in the Opera House on Saturday
night to witness a mind-reading ex
hibition by Mr. W. I. Bishop.
Thoro was, liowovcr, no exhibition
of this particular nature. Mr.
Bishop appeared on the stage, and a
committee was extemporised, pre
sumably to investigate tho expected
manifestations. But it soon became
evident that tho operator was not in
a lit condition to piocecd, and tho
nudlcnco dispersed. Mr. Bishop
was taken to his room at the Hawai
ian Hotel, and Drs. Day. and Tros
seau called in. Tho following ex
I have been requested by Mr. W.
I. Bishop, to make a medical state
ment of his condition on Saturday
night. Like tho mass of the au
dience at tho Music Hall, I left the
building under the impression thai
he win under the influence of liquor,
but when I saw him at 10 p. 111. 1
learned that he had taken a dose of
cocaine, 30 grains to the ouneo, be
fore leaving the hotel, for tho pur
pose of strengthening his throat;,
that before going on to tho stage ho
was given a. tumblerful of a solution
of coca to enable him to give the
Coca is a powerful anaesthetic and
nerve sedative, aud taken in such
enormous quantities is not only suf
ficient to totally unfit a person for
anything, but is absolutely danger
ous to life. He is to-day paralized
iu his left arm. In justice to Mr.
Bishop I willingly make this state
ment, that his condition on Satur
day evening was undoubtedly due
to the coca and cocaine that he took
Francis R. Day, M. D.
It is proposed to give the enter
tainment which was intended for Sa
turday night, on Tuesday night, tho
12th inst., and those who wisli to
retain their tickets can do so for
that occasion. Those who prefer to
have their money returned to them,
can be satisfied bj' calling at the of
fice of J. E. Brown & Co. Let it
be remembered that the proceeds
are for charitable purposes.
HEWS BY THE HAZARD.
The Hawaiian brig Hazard, Hol
land, master, ai rived yesterday, 44
days from Jaluit. The Hazard
landed her return laborers, ft 0111
this port, at their respective islands,
without a mishap. She brought
back 58 new Iaboiers, men aud wo
men, from the Gilbeit Islands for
Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. The
Captain sa's he had no difficulty in
securing these laborers and could
have got several times as many,
had the weather been favorable.
On the 24lh of January a hurri
cane swept over Penryu and adja
cent islands Manihiki, Raratonga
and others. Pcnryn, which was re
cently placed under the British flag,
suffered the most. Nearly half of
the island was swept clean aud
washed out. The schooner Atlanta
of Auckland, N. Z., was picked up
by the hurricane, hurled ashore,
and smashed into a thousand pieces.
Two traders, one a German, were
wrecked in tho Gilbert group, but
their names could not be ascertained.
The following passengers, besides
the Gilbert Islanders, came by the
Hazard: Messrs. Wilkinson, Don
well, Carlos Morton and Woltp-and
Master Holland. Master Holland,
son of Captain Holland, master of
the brig, went fiom New Zealand to
Jaluit to join his father
The King of Dahomey has em
barrassed the King of Portugal by
sonding six negro girls, the most
beautiful in his dominions. King
Louis doesn't know what lo do with
them, and has housed them in the
Zoological Gardens pending reflec
tion. A recent ttaveler through the
Chinese province of Muuchuaia says
that, beside having a reverence for
animals, the rustic Manchus wor-
ship diseases, and particularly the
small-pox, which is represented
under the form of a repulsive idol.
IS Ex. J. O. Dominis is authorized
to tramact my private busiucss
duiint; my abscnco from tho Kiugdom.
00 lw J H. 15ROWN.
Pacific House Restaurant,
SO JCTNG 8TH33J3T.
(Over D. McKenzl & Co., Ship
Messrs. Harber & McLean lmyhic re.
tired entirely from the manageihrht ot
tho above popular Restaurant. Mr. D,
MclCcuziu, from this day will assume
tho entire control (f tho fame. The
Restaurant will be iuii strictly in a flrot
clnss style. Tho aim of the new pro
prictor bolng to cater satisfactorily to
tho public taste. Meals will bu served
at all hours and In tho most approved
Pacific IIouso Restaurant, 20 Fort St.
MR, M. N. Saunders has full power
of attorney to act for me in all
matters of business during my absence
from the Kingdom.
CO lw A. MORGAN.
1HK0KNo. a drawn
by Mon. Bella.
J nuet on iilslmi) &
Co.'s hank, for
U9 00, All persons aro hereby warned
ngainsl negotiating tho above, as pay.
incnt has been stopped. CO at
Tho Ag-nts of the
Oceanic B. S, Com'y
Haw nirnngfd for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing to visit
ttiu Convention of tho
Held in Sin Francisco,
July 1 'T'tli to SOlh.
Round trip ticket from Honolulu to
San Fr.uiclsco and return:
Which includes tho initiation or mnm.
borship feo and nil tin; privileges
of the Association.
"For further particulars apply lo
W. G. IRWIN & CO..
69 Agents, O. B. S Co f
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will Uavo Honolulu for tho nhovo
Tuesday, June 5th,
For Freight or Passage, npply to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Japan & China
The Nippon Yufcn Kaislm'j Flno
Takasaeo Foil am
"Will ho due nt this port on or about
Juno 3rd, 1888,
And will reti'vn about tho 12th of
same month to Japan. This line vessel
has first class nicommodntkn for
Saloon. Second Class or Steerage Pas
sengers. Passengers for China will be
transferred nt Yokohama. '
JGFor further particulars apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
43 tf Agents.
IN consequence of tho misadventure
(viz: on overdoso of cocaine), which
prevented Mr. W. I. Bishop from pro
ceeding with the entertainment on Sat
urday evening last for the benefit of
local charities, it ii proposed that tho
peiformiiuce by given nt the Opera
House on TUEsDaY EVENING, tho
Duplicate tickets for reserved scats
will ho issued by the undersigned to
those who are desirous of attending
same, or the monev returned on appli
cation. J. E. BROWN & CO.,
60 tf 28 Merchant Street.
INTENDING thortly to leave Hono
lulu for San Francisco, I request
the payment of all debts owing tu me,
before the 22ud of June. All ncconts
not Er'ttled by that date will bo placed
in the hands of a collector.
CO 3t G. II. HUDDY.
ESSPS. J. E. Uiown & Co. desire
lo state that Mr. John Macoon,
in consequence of failing health, lias
been compelled to temporarily relin
quish tho collection of the "Daily Bul
letin" bubscriptions. They further desire
to remark that Mr. Magoon, by his
urbanity, energy and strict integrity,
has uai tied their best wishes, and that
they tniBt the day is not tar distant
when he v. ill again ho able to resume
his connection with them. 58 St
HORSE FOB SALE
PRICE, $C0 oath. -My
hay carriage Hersc.
Is thoroughly broken,
nnd has a very easy gait
under tho saddle. O. M. HYDE,
02 tf No. 122 Berctania Street.
HORSE. Brake and
can bo warranted.
Brake and Harness
almost now. Apply to
Beretania street, near Fort.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
RICHARD OAYFOHD having leased
tiiu front premises from Mr. Mor
gan. King street, will open the Eamc as
a Horso Shoeing Establishment on
MONDAY. Juno 4th, and will ho glad
to seo his fiiends, as well as the public
in general. 57 St
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. O. AC HI.
nonnliiln. April 21, 1818. 93 tf
THE ONLY READABLE
J- HtK in tho Kingitom
60 cents per month. .
Auction Sales by James & Morgan.
Oil WEDNESDAY, June 6tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. HI.,
Al liio ioidrncu of Cant Win. linger,
Monenrriit Pn-inUig, Union s roe , 1
will cell at I'liblio Auction, (on accoun
The Entire Househ'tl Furniture,
(A splendid instrument, in eood order )
Black W. Marblo-top Center Tablo,
Large Center Hugs, fc'ofa Tttiyp,
1 Wight Pendant Chumlolicr,
One Ebony Parlor Set,!
1 Lirgo B. V. Book Uac,
Kmbioldcrcd Tnblcsi & Scnrf,
I.nco Curtains & Pole8,
Kensington Embroidered Pictures
& Tn hies,
3 B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
1 B. W. Clicifnilirc,
M squllo Nets,
Decorated Clituiibcr Sots
1 Ash Bedrcom i-'ct,
a Pine licdroom Set3,
1 Wheeler & "Wilson Sowing Meehine,
1 Carved B.W. M.T, Sideboard,
Vienna Dining ifc Arm Chairs,
1 Decorated Dinner Set,
1 Japanese Tea Set,
An assortment of
CROCKERY ana GLASSWARE,
1 B W. Exten-ion Dining Tb1e,
Silver Plated Ware,
1 Upholstered Bed Lounge,
1 8-day Clock, 1 B. W- Desk,
One "WcNtTvood Stove,
l ltefrigerator, 1 Meat Sate,
Lawn Mower, Veranda Chairs, &c, &c.
CSTThe prcmi-.es will be open for in
spectlon on TUESDAY, June 5th, from
0 a. m. to 3 1. M.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
Return to Honolulu of the Popular Lee
turer and Famous Traveler,
SIDNEY DICKINSON, M. A.,
Of Potcn, with two new and bril-
liuntly illustrated entertain-
incuts at the
Hawaiian Opera House,
MONDAY and THURSDAY EYENINGS,
Juno 4Ui S: 7tli,
For the Ucuefit of the Honolulu
Y. M. C. A.
First Evening "Spain; the Moors nnd
the f.iluce ot the Alhambra, Ferdinand
Second Evening "Paris; tho World's
Capital and its Great Art Exhibition of
Superbly illustrated by colored screen
picture, containing over 400 tquaro feet
of surface, projected by powerful oxy.
By general request At the close of
his lecture on Monday evening. Prof.
Dickinson will exhibit selections from
his views of the Sandwish Itlnnds, pre
pared for hirn in Paris, and shown with
brilliant success throughout the United
Popular price Course ticketH, $1.00;
general admission (dre-s circle), $1;
gallery, 70" cents; pit, 00 cents. Scats
reserved on Monday . morning, at 0
o'clock, at A. 51. Hewett's, Merchant
street. Doors open ut 7'fO, lecture Ht
8 o'clock. 07 -It
Will tcko placo nt tho Engino Room
of Mechanic Engine Com
pany No. 2,
On Monday Even'g, June 4, '88,
open at 0 o'clock
at 0 o'clock.
tSTSecretarltsof tho savcial Compa.
nlcs aro requested to fllo with tho uuder.
signed their lists of qua 1 1 lied voters on
or beforo Satuiday, Juno 2nd,
54 td Chairman of Election.
ALL amounts duo tho (inn of Brown
& Co., Wino &. Splitts Merchants,
of Ilonolulu, Hint were contracted pre.
vious to the 30th day of March lust, if
not settled befoio the Oth dny of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, and recover nt onco.
A. J. OAltTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 81, 1888. 481m
Hawaiian Jockey GInb.
NOTICE is hoieby glveu that tho llnnl
entries for tlio Hawaiian Dei by,
H mile dash for 2-.car olds, native
bred, to bo run uuder tho auspicas of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of Juno, 188D, will bo closed on tho 80th
of June, 18S8.
Also, that nomlnnttous for the follow
ing races must buhandid to theSecre
taiy, accompanied with entranuu fee,
on or bofoio tho BOth of Juno, 1888 :
"Hawaiian Deihv." 1800 foa's of
188S Sw ecmtaUcs of 9G0 nddcil. To bo
divided a tho Olub mny direct mile
dash for 2-year olds, native bred, lo
to be nald on nomination, nnd 816 on
or beforo the 30th of June, 18S9, forfeit
unlets tilled by pnytucnt of the reraulu
lng 825 on or before June 1. 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup,1' for
1SS9 Sweepstakes of $25 added. 1 mile
dash for 8-year olds, native bred, 810 to
be paid on nomination, fotfelt unless
filled by payment of remaining $15 on
or before Juno 1, 1880.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1800 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To bo
divided as tho Club may direct. 1 inllo
dasli for 8-ycar oltle, native hied, foals
of 1887, 810 to bo paid on nomination,
nudSluonor before the SOthofJune,
1880, forfeit unless tilled by payment of
the remaining 82., on or beforo June 1,
"Hawaiian Joekcy Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
bo divided as tho Club niaydlicct. 1
mlie dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred,
foals of 18S8, 310 to bo paid on-nomina-tlon,
815 on or bofoio Juno 30, 1880,
aud $23 on or befoio Juno 30, 1890, for
feit unlkss filled by payment of tho re
maining $50 on or beforo June 1, 1801.
JBSf Entries mado nf tor abovo dates
must pay double.
O. O. BERGER,
Secretary, Haw. Jockey Club.
FIFTH ANKUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
MONDAY, MB 11, 1888
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RACE 1
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become tho property of tho
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TROT1TNG and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian hied horbcs only to
harness Milo Heats, best 2 iu 8.
4tli KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but ono starts to
5lh KAPIOLANI PAHK PLATE, $150.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Free for
all. All boroes having a record of
2 :80 or better to go to wagon.
6th HONOLULU PLATE, $75.
RUNNING RACE J Milo Daeh.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
coid of '-Anglo A," 1:45J. To bo
inn for annually.
8U1-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND CUP added.
RUNNING 3tACE-4 Milo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hnwaliau bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
wiuner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SWEEPSTAKESOP S25 TROTTING
and PACING RACE Milo Heats,
best 2 iu 3. Free for all horses that
havo not ti record of 3 minutes or
better to bo dilven in Eiazier road
caits by members of the Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PURSE, $75.'
RUNNING RACE Milo Dash.
Free for all. '
11th P0NY RACE, $75.
Open to all ponies 14-hands or
under, ana 3-ycar old or over.
All entiles to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, Juno Gth, 1888, at
the oflico of tho Secretary, and all en
trnnco fees to bo 10 per cent, unless
otherwise specified. All races to bo
run or trotted under tho rules of tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
CSr Rules regarding entries nnd
stalling aio suspended iu rn
Admission CO cents each
To Grand Stand, extra.. CO ceuts and 91
Can luges inside of Course... 82 60 each
Quarter Stieteh Radges 85 00 each
O. O. BERGER,
Sccictary, II. J. O.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladles' and Chlldrens
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
FOIl HAM: ATf
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
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