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the Interior Office until FRIDAY,
June 8th, at 12 o'clock noon, for
publishing the Session Laws of 1888,
as follows :
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pics of the abovo Laws English in
same stylo as Session Laws of 1880.
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pies of tho abovo Laws Hawaiian
in same Btylo as Session Laws of 1880.
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for Printing Laws," and must bo
made as stated in the above items.
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not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LOR1UN A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, June C, 1888.
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Transact a General Banking Busintsr.
T LGISLATURE OF 1888. "The Daily
JLi and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Pledged to neither Seel nor Parly,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, 1888.
ABOLISH THE PASSPORT SYSTEM.
Whatever the Legislature, in the
present session, may do or may
leave undone, let us hope it will
have the .sense and the courage to
abolish the passport system. The
sense, because the intelligence and
enlightened judgment of any and
every man, born and bred free,
condemns the system as a relic of
thraldom. The courage, because a
few business people in the town, for
selfish reasons, desire the retention
of the system, and it may require a
little manliness to ignore that fact.
The passport law is a discredit to
our statutes, and should be erased
at once. The member who will in
troduce a bill for that purpose, aud
every member supporting the
measure, will merit the thanks of
his country and deserve to have his
name passed down to posterity as a
national benefactor. Not only is
the system in disfavor at home
and we venture to say that nine
tonths of the travelling community
and their friends are against it but
it brings us into disfavor abroad.
To people born and brought up in
free countries, and Americans above
all others, the very idea of a pass
port is repulsive, and when they
learn that Hawaii is a passport
country they think it n good place to
keep away from.
We have heard it said that only
rogues and dishonest persons find
fault with our passport arrange
ment. Then most of us are rogues
and dishonest persons, including
many who pay their debts and know
ingly wrong no man. The fact 1b,
no honest man likes being com
pelled to go to tho Custom House
for permission before ho can take a
trip to San Francisco, or any other
place away from tho islands, just as
he had, when a small boy, to pro
euro permission from his teacher to
leave the schoolroom. Indeed,
worso : for then a nod was sulllcient,
and ho was not required to pay any
feo; but now he has to pay for his
permit, beside being in danger of
being stopped on somo paltry pre
text. In truth, tho honest man is
tho man who most strongly objects
to this passport humiliation, because
it is galling to his self-respect.
In conclusion we cite an instance
illustrating tho injury which tho
system is liable to work to innocent
persons. Mr. U. A. Fclstcorn, a
printer, unable to procure employ
ment in Honolulu, decided to go' to
California. He procured a passport
and paid his passage. Through
mistake tho passport was made out
In the name of Mrs. C. A. Feist
corn, who has been out of tlte coun
try some months. "With passpoit
and passage ticket Mr. Lcistcorn
went aboard of the Mariposa, a
little before the time, appointed for
her departure, and . remained on
deck conversing with his friends.
The steamer was leaving the wharf,
when two pollco ofllccrs clambered
up her side and arrested tho depart
ing printer. lie was brought aBhore
in the lylot boat, anil taken to tho
Police Station. In a Bhort time he
was liberated, a duplicate passport
issued, barring the Mrs., and he
allowed to depart unmolested in the
Australia thrco days later. The
man was detained, his baggage went
on without him, and he was put to
considerable annoyance; and for
what? Because, so we are informed,
of an "informality" in Jits passport,
through some blundering on the
part' of somebody. What redress
had the innocent victim? None
whatever. Abolish the miserable
passport system under which this
act of injustice was perpetrated.
FIGUREs"FnOM THE SUPREME
The Chief Justice's biennial re
port to the Legislature contains fig
ures of value to the statistician,
many of which are also of interest
to any one who wishes to possess a
general outline knowledge of the af
fairs of the nation. We proceed to
reproduce a few of tho latter class,
for the benefit of those of our read
who have not access to the report.
The total number of new cases
entered in the Supreme Court dur
ing the years 188C and 1S87 was
711. The entire number of persons
convicted of crimes, in all Courts
throughout the Kingdom, for two
years, is 0,022. Of these 1,583
were Chinese, 1G0 Japanese, 720
Portuguese, 2,822 Hawaiians and
1,334 other nationalities, including
Americans, English, Germans, etc.
The total fellows a decrease from the
preceding biennial period of 832.
Taking the census of 1884 as a
basis, and omitting the Japanese
and Portuguese, on account of the
census not representing even ap
proximatety their numbers, the per
centage of criminals to population
is: Chineso 9.28 per cent., Hawai
ian 11.95, Foreign 24.21.
There wore arrested throughout
the kingdom for affrays, assaults
and assaults and batteries of all
descriptions 1,830 persons, being
one less than the preceding period.
The arrests for drunkenness were
2,085, as against 2,542 the preced
ing period. 1971 persons were con
victed of drunkenness, of whom 23
were Chinese, 20 Japanese, 180
Portuguese, 1,102 Hawaiians and
G30 of other nationalities. In the
Police Court of Honolulu the arrests
for drunkenness have decreased
from 1,519 in 1884-5 to 1,400 for
1880-7. The civil business has in
creased in the same Court.
SUPREME COURT SUGGESTIONS.
Chief Justice Judd of the Su
preme Court, in his report to the
Legislature, recommends in regard
to the Royal Commission appointed
by the Extra Session, to report upon
needed changes in tho system of
the Judiciary of this kingdom,
"that whatever changes are pro
posed should receive the most de
liberate' and careful attention and
with a full knowledge of the condi
tion of our island communities."
The Chief Justice also makes the
following suggestions, which are of
1. There are frequent occasions
for the exercise of tho power of ex
amination and commitment for trial
by the local Circuit Judges and the
conferring of such jurisdiction upon
them, concurrent with that possess
ed by Polico and District .TuBtices,
would greatly assist in tho investi
gation of serious crimes.
2. The expenses of witnesses in
criminal cases is an increasing item
and is often a matter of delicacy
and difficulty in adjustment. I re
eommend that a fixed rato of mile
age bo allowed them, sufficient to
cover actual outlay for conveyance
3. Jurors are, by force of the Act
of 1884, paid two dollars per diem
and one dollar for each verdict.
The State bears tho cost of the per
diem fee and losing parties bear
only the fee for tho verdict.
The' law Bhould put tho whole coBt
Of the jury, except that of summon
ing tliem and their mileage, upon
tho losing party, and trials would
not bo so protracted as they liavo
been since tho law of 1884, referred
4. I think tho time has fully como
when tho waning importance of tho
town of Lahaina requires tho trans
fer of the December Term of tlio
Circuit Court to Walluku.
5. 1 have suggested to three suc
cessive Legislatures the importance
of an Act amending the "Statutes of
Descent," so as to allow tho "next
of kin" to inherit property of an in
tcstnte, in default of the present
statutory heirs, and 1 hope such an
Act may bo passed by your honors
bio body. .
G. Tho late Chief Justice Allen
called the attention of the Legisla
ture of 1872 to the proprioty of
some modification of tho law in rela
tion to the rights of property of
married women, but as yet none ot
the severe features of the common
law have been relaxed by legisla
tion in this country and we stand
to-da- far behind the enlightened
world in this respect.
THE NEW FOLLOWING THE OLD.
We expect better things from tho
reform Government than we dared
look to its predecessor for. Some
times we get them ; sometimes we
do not. When ne get them, our
expectations arc fulfilled ; when we
fail, we arc disappointed.
Some of the objectionable doings,
to which we strongly objected in the
old Government, arc occasionally
repeated by the reform Government.
People who arc not bound to party
or persons, but who endeavor to
hold to principle in preference, still
object. What was wrong for the old
Government is wrong for the new.
In the times "before the war" wc
saw old servants of the stato sum
marily dismissed from office, with
out notice, and without reason as
signed, other than it was in some
cases alleged that the' were not "in
accord." In others no reason -whatever
was given. We well remember
the indignation which, on several
occasions, the community, or a good
man' earnest people in the commu
nity, expressed at this method
of procedure. Such a way of
doing things was considered very
unjust, and therefore very objection
able. Since the reform Government
came into power wc have seon a
little of the same practice repeated.
Early in the period, one man con
nected with the Health Department,
whose shoes those who insisted upon
his dismissal were not worthy to
clean, was discharged without rea
son assigned. Others have been
treated in the same way. Recently
there has been a wholesale dismissal
from the Customs Department.
Why should what was unpardonable
in one set of men be justifiable in
another set? Docs principle change
in this genial cfimc to suit the
changes of men?
Let us not be misunderstood. It
is not dismissal, in and of itself, to
which exception is taken, but to the
manner of doing it. Some have
been discharged without so much as
being told the reason, and others
without an opportunity of answer
ing the charges preferred. Now,
this is neither fair, nor just, nor gen
tlcmanly. Although wc expect every
incompetent, di.shonest, and neglect
ful employee in the public service to
be discharged, we also expect this
step to be preceded by a proper
presentation of the charge and a
fair hearing in defence. A reform
Government which does not come up
to this standard needs reforming.
KniTon BuLtx'm : The endorse
ment of the present Ministry by
nine of the thousand or more voters
of the Kobalas brings to mind the
old story of a convention of
, tailors in London, who, wishing to
air a grievance, drew up a petition
to placo' before Parliament, which
opened with sounding phraseology,
to wit: WE,tUe people of England,
in convention assembled"
Parties wishing to securo lots
Refreshment Stands !
In Kupiolani Park, will apply to
Walter M. Giffard,
At tho olllco of Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
A. S. OLEGHORN,
President. ICapiolanl Park Associa.
tion. 01 tf
Ilfh JlJilS 111
DON'T MIX YOUR DRINK I
As 1 now think llkeono abused-,
This thought of initio bo best difuscd
'Mong friends ot inluo who've not re
fused To mix tliolr drink.
If Dickey to tho races rocs,
About hi trottor loutllv blows
And to you boys says "here slio goes!"
Don'.t mix you drink 1
If Jones awaits you at his homo,
And yn i would ttilth r quickly roam; -Remember
lee oiuam hui no fonm.
Don't mix your drink!
If Charity In vnln appeals
To puree or heart of ninny "stenW
Do not refuse, lest some one squeals
You've mixed your drink 1
If you on Eva's heart recline,
Ami ma about to say 'Jbo initio,"
My warning friend, do not decline
Don't mix your drink!
If t'other man, who is your foe
Your Jealousy turns nil aglow
Decauso she thinks you're so and so
Don't mix your drink!
If Chinese passports you mut keep,
To further conscientious sleep,
God bless you boy, but do not steep
Yourself in mixed drink!
For tills will surely wreck your health
Mo matter what tho gain nor wealth
And folks will sav you sold your stealth
Because you mixed your drink!
If you on temp'ranco sometimes wrlto,
With some you're sure to have a light,
lint whether wrong or whether right.
Don't mix vour drink!
If you as Judge appointed are
And oftlnios patronize the bar
With law you'll always be at war
If mixing dilnks. ,
"if "Solid for reform" invent
A game of cards, iindii the relent,
You may be sure lie's b"cn intent
On mixing drink.
If our friend poor hish' scienc
Is scon to knock about a screen
We know full well that he has been
A mixing drinks.
If proudly on the stage you'd reign
Don't take too much of mums Cham
pagne Ami then, to counteract the pain
Resort to taking coeoainc
For if you do, you'll bound to rue
At nature's rules to blink.
To wine a tool, to us a fool,
Decause, you've mixed your drink.
John F Smith.
CH0QSIMC A HUSBAND.
Husbands arc not mado to order ;
tltey just grow. To get a good'oue
you have to know him when you see
him. lie may not look like the
man your fancy painted, yet you
will recognize in him the qualities
that go to "make up the reliable, en
terprisiug amiable man. As a rule
women are not possessed of acute
business minds, and are not as ob
servant as they might be. One
after another they will fall into the
same open trap, just as though they
were blindfolded or were impelled
by some uncontrollable force. The
majority of them seems to think
they must marry, 'and all that is
necessary is to find a man that is
good-looking or rich. Thea vreage
girl first takes a fancy to a pretty
man, and thinks and dreams of his
lovely hair, charming eyes, elegant
dress, divine mustache and dove
like voice. She declares that he is
too sweet for anything. This fever
passes off in time, but too often
leaves apervertcd taste. A dandy
figure, swell manners and clattering
tongue arc apt to even outweigh a
good heart, industrious habits and
moral worth. Even after marriage
visions of the early ideal rise up to
disturb the serenity and tranquillity
of the domestic scene. Better such
an ideal had never been formed.
Oahu Lodge, K. of P.
MEMBERS of this LoJgo arc re
quested to meet ut the Castle
Hall, nt 8 o'clock, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING. Buslno-s of special im.
portunco lo each member of the Lodge.
FRANK GODFREY, C. C.
J. O. WniTi;.
K. of K. it S. C2 It
SITUATION as driver, in a private
family. Thoroughly understands
horses, etc. Reference given. Apply
to "A. B. C.," Bulletin oflice. 03 lw
ON June 5th, an Equitable Fire In.
surance i'ollcy. Tho tinder will
bo lewnrded by rcturnint; ftno to A. M.
Hcwctt. 03 !)t
"VTOTIFIES the customers and the
li public in general that their prices
for meats arc as low as those
other butcher in town.
MR. M. N. Saunders' has full power
of attorn' y .to act for mo in oil
multcrs of business during my absence
from the Kingdom.
00 I w A. MORGAN.
IS Fx. J. O. Dowinis is authorized
to tromact niv private business
duiloR my absenco from tho Kingdom.
uo lw 'J. U. UUUlYfl,
CHECK No. 2 drawn by Mon. Bella,
qtict on Itishop & Co.'s bank, for
$39 50. Allpi'isons are hereby warned
against negotiating tho above, as pay.
ment has been stopped. CO 3t
INTENDING shortly to leave Hono.
lulu for San Francisco, I request
tlio payment of ull debts owing to me,
before the SSnd of Juno, All accounts
not settled by that dnto will bo placed
in tho hands of a colli ctor. ,
00 3t ' O. n. IIUDDY.
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA
X PER in- tho Kingdom "Tho
Dally Bulletin," 60 cents per month,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey,
Ex. S. S. T.iknugo Jtaru from Japan.
On THURSDAY, June 7, 1888,
AT 10 O'CIiOCK A. St.,
1 will sell nl Public Auction, at my
A Collection of Merchandise I
Dlrccl fiom Jnpnn, const ting of
Ladies' & Gents' Silk Umbrellas
Pieces of Fine Flanuelr,
Lots of Straw lints,
Bamlioo Wall Canes, k
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
0t Dt Auctioneer.
Concluding Leeturo of a Popular
Hawaiian Opera House,
THURSDAY EVENINGS, Juno 7, 1888,
"1'nrlN, nail ItH Art Inhibition of
Superbly Illustrated by Brilliant Views.
Also, by general request,
"Itcnctltlon or View of tlio Hnnil-
50c., 7Gc. &. SI.
Box plnn opens at A. M. Hewclt', at
9 a. M.,Thutsday. 0i2t
SatnrQay Evenms, June 9th
On the above duto will be
W. S. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy,
sfc :ein'gka.gs-:e:i i "
The cast will include the following
indies and gentlemen:
Miss flcrnice Parke. M!s Hose Makec,
Hiss Jennie Hnrc, Mi;s Annie
Walker, Mis-i Miunie
Mr. F. P. Hntingo, Mr. E. F. Bishop,
Mr. J. F. Hi own, Mr. W. M.
PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Box plan for reserved seat3 open ot
the office of J. E. Brown & Co., Mer
chant Btreet, on Thmsday, at 10 a. m.
Hawaiian Opera House.
On Monday Eyeniijg, June 11, 1888,
At 8 o'clock, by the
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB.'
Features entirely new. Boxing and
Sparring by both local and ship favo.
riles. Wrestling, Seriocomic bongs and
uiog unci Jig Dancing.
Music to be furnished by the string
orchestra of the Hawaiian Band.
Admission, : : SOc, 75c. A 81.
Box plau opens at 0 o'clock a. si.,- on
Thursday, 7th inst., for reserved seats
at J. E. Brown & Co.'e, Merchant street.
Washington Irving Bishop.
Holdtrsof ticket? for tho cnteMaln.
ment announced for 'Juno 2nd, will
kindly present them at the offlcu of J.
E. Brown & Co., on THUHSD.VY, tho
7th, before noon, to secure feats for the
12th inst., If not presented as above
The Tickets m be Re-sold.
A few choice seats are still available.
To avoid disappointment early uppllca.
tion will bo mces-sury. 03 5t
Pact Honse Restaurant,
SO ICING BTBEET.
(.Oyer I). McKcnzlo & Co., Ship
Messrs. Barber & McLean havine re.
tired entirely from tlio managemeht of
tho abovo popular Restaurant. Mr. D.
McKenzIc, from this day wll ossiimo
Ilia entire cm I nil at the nunc. The
RoMaurant will bo iuii strictly in n fln-t
class style. Tho aim of thu now pro.
prictor being to cater satisfactorily to
the public taste. Meals will bsborved
at all hours and in Hie most approved
n , d. Mckenzie,
Paelilo Uouso Restaurant, 20 Fort St.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any dobts contracted in
my name without my written order.
t, ,, . , W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1883. 28 tf
Auction Sale's by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, Juno 8II1, '88,
AT i O'CLOCK xoov,
At my Silcu-oom, Queen street, I will
soli nfPuliIle Auction, for nccount
of whf m it u ay concern,
20 BBLS OF
ST. PAUL! BEER !
Damaged by Rain Water.
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
Landlord's Hotice of Sale of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS, Kconl (k), of Honolulu,
lias mtulo default in tho payment
of rent of certain premises slluntid on
Smiili street, in said Honolulu, and has
allowed the sunn to become in an ears,
and, uhercus iho undersigned hnstllf.
trained the good 4 mid chattels of said
Koni (U) lo Mitlffe sui-li into us: Notice,
is he oby g.viu thut Enid poods and'
chattels, 10 wit: 1 cinlagc, will be (old
at public atiLtiou at the Salesioom of
J. F. Morgan, auctioneer, on Queen
street, in said Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK. NO OX,
Dated Honolulu, June 0, 18S8. C2 ICt
The Agents of the
Oceanic S. S. Com'y.
Havo arranged for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing to visit
tlio Convention of tho
IV -A-TIOiN AIL.
Held in S.iu Francisco,
July Xftlvto SOtli.
Round trip tickets from Honolulu to
San Fr.incisco and return:
Which includes the initiation or iaem.
bership feo and nil the privilegis
of the Association.
SSP'-For further particulars apply to
W. G. IRWIN &
59 Agents, O.S. B. Co.
For Japan & China
The Nippon Yusen Kaisha'd Fine
Will sail for the above poits
On TUESDAY, June-12th, '88,
Tiiis fine vessel has first-class accom
modatirn for Saloon. Second Class or
Steerage Passengers. Passengers for
China will b transfctred at Yokohama.
fiSTFor further purtictilurs apply to
WE G. IBWIN & CO.,
T-TORSE. rjraito nnd
XX Harness. Horse
etui be warranted.
Brake aud Harness
almost now. Apply to
Borelania sttcet, near For't.
IIOltSE FOlt SALE
P1UCB, $C0 cash. My
liny enrriage Horse.
Is thoroughly broken,
and has a very easy gait
under the saddle. C. M. HYDE,
52 tf No. 122 Bcretanin Street.
ALL amounts due Hit) firm of Brown
& Co., Wino tf. Spit its Merchants,
of Honolulu, that wcro contracted prf.
vious to the SOth day of March last, if
not settled before tlio lltli day of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of n
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
suu for, and recovir at onco.
A. J. OAUTWIUGHT,
AV. F. ALLEN,
, Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 1888. 481m
MESSBS. J. E. Brown & Co. desiro
to state that Mr. John Miigoon,
in consequence of fulling health, has
been compelled to temporarily relln.
qulsh tho collection of the "Daily Bui.
Ictin" subscriptions. They further desire
to remark that Mr. Magoon, by his
urbanity, energy and strict Integrity,
bus earned their best wishes, and that
they trust tho day is not lor distant
when ho will again bo able to resume
nls connection with them, 68 Ut
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
. advertise it in the DriwBoiUBTra:
St Pau i leer
Hawaiian Jockey Club,
NOTIOE is hereby given that the final
entries for the Hawailau Derby,
mile dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to bo run under the auspices of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on tho 11th
of June, 1889, will bo closed on the uoih
of Juno, 1888.
Also, that nominations for the follow
ing rnccs must be handed to tho Secre
tary, accompanied with entrance fee,
on or before tho flOtk of Juno, 1888 !
"Hawaiian Derby," 18!io fnniu nt
1888 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To be
divided as the Club may direct. mllo
dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred, $lo
to be paid on nomination, and 815 ou
or before the SOtli of June, 188t), forfeit
unless filled by payment of the remain
ing 825 ou or before Juno 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
188'J Sweepstakes of 825 added. 1 mile
dasli for 3-year olds, native bred, 810 to
be paid on nomination, forfeit unless
tilled by payment 'of remaining 15 on
or before Juno 1, 1889.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of S0 fidded. To bo
divided us tlio Club may direct. 1 mile
dash for'fl-yc.ir olds, native bred, foals
of 1887, 910 to bo paid on nomination,,
and 81ii on or before the 30th of June,
1889, forfeit unless tilled by payment of
tho icmalulug 825 on or before Juuu 1,
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1891 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
bo divided as trie Club may direct. 1
mile dash for 3-ycar olds, nativu bred,
foals of 18S8, 810 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 815 on or before June 30, 1889,
and 825 on or bcfoio June 30, 1890, for
feit unless filled by payment of the re
maining 80 on or before June 1, 1891.
H3f Entries made after above, dates
must pay double.
O. O. BEHGER,
Secretary, Haw. Jockey Club.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
Jie 11, 1888
Races to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
Ist-QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
KUXNUfG KACE 4 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING .KAOE1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
4th-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RACE U Mile Dash.
Freo for all. If but one starts to
5th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE, $150.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
6th-H0N0LULU PLATE, $75.
RUNNING RACE J Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
cord of '-Angle A," 1 UCJ. To be
run for annually.
Oth-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND CUP added.
RUNNING RACE-i Mllo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Sweeistaki:sop 325 TROTTING
and. PACING RACE Mile. Heats,
best 2 in 3. Free for till horses that
have not a record of 3 minutes or
better to bo driven in Frazior road
carts by members of the Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PURSE, $75.
RUNNING It ACE i Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th POY RACE, $75.
Open to all ponies 14-hands or
under, and 3-year old or over.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, Juno Cth, 1888, at
tho olllco of tho Secretary, and all en
trance fees to bo 10 per cent, unless
otherwise specified. All races to bo
run or trotted under tlio rules of tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
EST Rules regarding entries and
starting arc suspended fii races against
Admission co cents cacu
To Grand Stand, extra.. CO cents nnd 81
Carriages lnsldo of Course... $2 CO each
Quarter Stretch Badges 85 00 each
C. O. BERGEB,
Secretary, II. J. O.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladles' and Chlldrens
Black Biaii Dye Hosiery
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
VOn HAM! AT
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