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Sealed tenders will be received at
the Interior Office until FRIDAY,
June 8tb, 'at 12 o'clock noon, for
publishing the Session Laws of 1888,
as follows :
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lish 1 time, at per 1000 ems, octavo
measure, double column.
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waiian 1 time, at per 1000 erne, oc
tavo measure, double column.
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pies of the above Laws English in
same stylo as Session Laws of 188G.
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pies of tho above Laws Hawaiian
in same style as Session Laws of 1880.
All bids must bo endorsed "Tender
for Printing Laws," and must be
made as stated in tho above items.
Tho Minister of the Interior docs,
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
LOltltlN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, June 0, 1888.
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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchango on thu
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toria, B. O., and Portlend, Or.
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LLGISLATURE OF 1808. "The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tin
on'y correct and reliable lcporls of tho
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JIJXK 7, 1888.
TO "ONE WHO KNOWS."
"One who knows" in this morn
ing's "Advertiser" invites the Bul
letin to give the name of the per
son "evidently" referred to in an
editorial of the latter paper yester
day. If it is "evident." who is
meant, wny should tuc name be re
quired? Let "One who knows"
give his name, and the Bulletin
will forthwith furnish the cognomen
of its "paragon." The present
anonymous "one who knows" shall
not be 'debarred from Giving "the
history of the appointment ""of the
person evidently referred to and the
reasons which impelled the present
Board to make the change" by lack
of opportunity for publication. If
he does not "feel justified in tres
passing on" the "Gazette" space,
the Bulletin columns are open to
him, provided "the history" bears
WHAT WE CONTEND FOR.
How any man of ordinary intelli
gence can construe our article of
yesterday, on the dismissal of Gov
ernment employees, into a plea for
tho retention in oflice of unfit men,
is a pzzle ; and yet tliis has been
done. The point for which we con
tended, and do contend, is that no
person should be dimissed until a
charge has been made against him
and he has been afforded an oppor
tunity of answering it.
This is not usually done by our
Government. In tho case of the
Custom House dismissals, still frcsli
in the memory of all, it was not
done, and by the omission a ser
ious injustice may have been com
mitted. Some hundreds of pass
ports were missing from the place of
deposit. It was naturally concluded
that they had been htolen. Five em
ployees, any one of whom or all in
a league may have stolen them, wore
forthwith summarily dismissed from
the service. But there were others
still retained who might possibly
have committed the theft. Then ono
or more of the dismissed olilciuls
may have been guilty and the others
innocent. And yet these six indivi
duals were expelled under tho im
putation of being thieves, because
they might have been. They were
assumed to be guilty, aud not al
lowed a chance to prove their inno
Con any man who respects right
and justice approve and defend
these proceedings? Wu hold that
the first step should have been n sus
pension from duty of the suspected
parties, aud tho next a thorough In
stigation, with the view to dis
covering the guilty and clearing the
innocent. On proof ol' guilt a moic
severe punishment than mure dis
missal from olllce bhould lolluw. But
punishment of any kind where the
right of defence i9 denied is repug
nant to every principle of light and
reason. This is n feature in our
civil service practice which might be
easily eliminated, nnd should be.
AN EARNEST APPEAL.
EniTon Burnvrix : A person
signing himself "Solldforrcform"
pui ports to attack tho "n.rc" of
JohnF. Smith. f"Advclt'ser Juno 1.
The matchless logic of his argu
ment, the foxy cutcness he displays
at perversion, the indescribable
muchness of tho sickening evapora
tions of his matchless mental sever
age, all stamp the brazen forehead
of this man's reputation with tho
brilliant legend "I D I O T."
If ever we meet, my agitation
will know uo bounds, and with one
hand on mj- pocket book and the
other ready to raise my hat to the
most prodigious child of Imbecility,
1 shall have without further prelimi
naries to proceed to kick the "Pope's
Nose" off him, to the betterment of
In conclusion will apologize to an
enlightened and decent public for
referring to this giant of elevated
vacuity, and welcoming his elongat
ed name to 1113 vocabulary of incom
parable stupids, 1 pray with all of
you that this may be his last inflie
tion. Murder, but do not wiitc
Jou.v F. Smith.
Editor Bulletin: Allow me to
state my thoughts on some matters
about which I wish to speak plainly.
I wish also to assume the full ics
nonsibiiitv of what I bay and conse
quently I sign my name to this
communication. 1 have lived on
these Islands for neatly four years
and the character of 1113' work has
made me known to very many whom
I have not yet had the pleasure of
Without being vain, 1 think I have
been of some use to the country in
helping to make its scenery known
all over the world, as have others of
my artist and newspaper friends.
"When.! think of the inlluenee over
travel that some of my pictures have
had over other now very popular
and thriving health resorts 1 do not
conscientiously feel that I have
lived either altogether in vain or
But the artist and tiie writer can
only advertise a country, or a place,
and bring people to it. It remains
with the inhabitants of the country
or place to do their full share to
make their guests pleased and com
fortSule. Unless this is done the
effects aud purposes of the writer
and the artist are worse than use
less, they become dangerous and in
jurious. The good work of well
meaning men is destroj'cd by the
actions of even a. very few narrow
minded, bigoted and prejudiced
men, JintcrcstedSonly in their solf
advanccinent and prosperity.
Hawaii, indeed, is a "Paradise
of the Pacific," and a country to be
proiid of if there did not exist a
class of men to attempt to monopo
lize it and personal power and
wealth by grinding down their white
fellow men uy using Asiatic and
oilier cheap imported labor as levers
to press honest vitality into already
well filled purses.
Now I want to prove this part of
my statement by mentioning the
condition of tilings at H1I0, from
which place I returned a few days
ago. For some fout teen months I
made that place my home and be
came familiar with most parts of the
surrounding country and have paint
ed and sketched some hundreds of
its beautiful spots. Naturo has
created few more lovely or enjoy
able spots. Its climate is both
healthy and delightful. It excels in
luxuriant verdure, in profusencss of
fruit and flowers, aud inmost things
that man can desire to gratify his
natural wants. The bathing facili
ties, both of bea nnd river, are equal
to any on the islands. The people,
both foreign and natives are, as a
rule, kind and hospitable, and an
unselfish man might Jive and work
tliero ever happy and contented, if
some people did not interfere and
unduly 1-0 with his liberty of action
and conbcience. Ililo had, and still
has, every opportunity for that pro
trress which is necessary to the re
quirements of qhe time, and a few
wealthy and influential gentlemen
endeavor to assist her, but were de
feated by others, who were too
short-sighted to seo that her better
ment would also be their own and
Honolulu's. There is now too much
1 cant, hypociisy and small tyranny
! in Hilo for her best interests.
How changed tho place is since I
left it some seven or eight months
ago. I was both surprised and porry
when I saw it upon my Inst visit. J
Naturo is still as beautiful as ever,
and the eaith yields her increaso
bo lavishly thai her fniits cover you
.you at thu mere shaking of the trees,
but nevertheless tho place seems
itbr rt r MMiiwri tti tn It tn 4 ! Atit It n t-
disolntc. There is no life there but
only business diappniiitniont. Nuw
tituldings have In-cu built In plenty,
but liny are empty. The cheap
laboi f Chinese. Ja. ancsc and Por
tuguese have cioudi-d out the white
man, who is cruelly being driven al
most to btarvation, while the Asia
lies ollitib tip and swarm around tho
pietty sticcts uf Ililo like the ravag
ing pests of the fields.
The IMuo lithium L"agitc and
n it r tempi r.iiice ni'giiiilx.iltiiiis prat
tle among the children of their
neighbors' faults, and while, possi
bly, they may be anxious to do
good, how much have they really
accomplished V It is a known fact,
and no one in Ililo who can see what
is going on around him will deny it,
that auy one desirous of doing so
can purchase all the liquor lie wants
ftom Asiatics nnd others without
going near a licensed saloon, and
just as readily on Sundays ns on
Only last month thcie was n quan
tity of liquor seized and publicly
soltl at lite Court House, and bought
by people who perhaps mado im
proper use of it. "Why did not the
temperance people have this liquor
destroyed instead of letting Hawaiian-make
rum and sandpaper gin be
sold to injure bodies and souls.
Now, I uant your permission to
speak even a little mote plainly
about a matter in which I have taken
a great personal inteicst. I may
have misjudged the motives and
actions of the gentlemen of whom
I shall speak, but to me thej- appear
to belong to those who do much to
keep Hilo back.
The late Mr. .). D. Mills, well
known and lespected as one of tho
eatliest pioneers of Hilo, was a true
friend of mine, and I love' his
uicmoty for the many happy days
wc spent together, for he had the
soul of an artist. Our daily meet
ings and mutual transactions re
sulted in true friendship. I do not
wish to say that the gentlemen who
had the legal charge of admin
isteiing his estate acted illegally,
but I do say that they acted hast
ily and with a want of respect
for a dead fiiend and a former
business associate, who was not a
poor man, and 1 cannot think that
tho heirs of this good, kind-hearted
man who truly loved Ililo would ap
ptove of these gentlemen. I do not
think that they would like to learn
that even my dead friend's coillu
had not been paid for when I left,
and that a failhlul nurse who gave
services to the dead that few men
would have cared to undertake, re
mained unrewarded, and even had
to remain under the imputation of
having done wrong.
While I do not desire to discuss
the question before tho Courts in
regard to Mr. Losscn, I will say I
think he is an injured man. I do
say, however, that I consider it was
very wrong that the gentlemen re
ferred to should have disposed of
much property before a thorough
advertisement of the sale both in
Honolulu and Hilo, as I desired.
J. lie result or tlieir not doing so
seems to me to have been that man'
articles which other friends might
have liked to possess have passed
into the hands of some of these gen
tlemen or their friends.
I have certainly a right to com
plain of another matter in connec
tion with this estate, and that is I
was taken from my occupation in
Honolulu at great personal inconve
nience and considerable derange
ment of my business affairs, upon a
subpoena as witness, but I was not
only not called .but was insulted
grossly 1)3" Mr. Lyman.
The following letter is a sample
of the treatment I received and
shows how power in strong hands
can be enforced to pi ivate injury
aud the public detriment. It is
dated from the qfilce oi 1). II. Hitch
cock, Attorney-at-law and Notary
Public, Hilo, May 18th, 1888, and
"Jht. J. Tavkknuiu,
Dear Sir : In the case of Estate J.
D. Mills vs. Chas. Lossen, in which
you were subpoenaed from Honolulu,
f herewith notify you that wc shnll
not w.ttit you as a witness in lite
case and that you are at liberty to
leturu to Honolulu ly steamer of
to-day. I herewith hand you the
money for 0 day&' attendance, $9."
I could say much more but I will
not take up any more of your space.
The great feature of till Mexican
tiding is the looseucs of their seat.
It is all done by balance. And
when I say "all" it means a won
derful deal. I hove seen a Mexican
named Louis to bo sure ho was ac
credited to be the best rider out
there, and for my own part I can
not conceive that there can' bo a
better in the world 1 have seen
that man cross his legs over the
horn of the big Mexican saddle and,
throwing the 1 eins on the neck of
tho horse, calmly roll a cigarette
while tho horse bucked up and down
with him. Tito Mexican saddle,
with its great fatirrups and tho horn
on which tho lasso hangs, gives, of
course, many good points d'uppiii',
but the performances of these Mexi
cans on bareback are wonderful
enough. You see a herd of wild
horses driven through the narrow
pass of the corral. Your Mexican,
with n hair ropo in his hand, iill
drop from the beam above upon the
back of the horse it is wished to re
claim to domestic uses. In an in
stant ho is nway, snorting, bellow
ing, positively shrieking with ter
ror, in tho midst of tho thundering
stampede, of his .fellows, who are
scarcely less terrified than himself,
lie c'lhtint htitk whllcjiho herd
ptess closely upon him. The Mexi
can leans fotwitrd with the rope in
both hands, passes it ovor the
hor-e's head into the wide-open
mouth, and forces it behind his
teeth. Then ho takes a turn with it
under tho lower jaw, and there ho
has him bitted and bt idled. Afler
a little over half an hour ho comes
b.ick with him broken, not "i-o
that nt'hild can ride him,' but so
that a Mexican inn. Uf 1 ourse they
are small horses. I cannot say how
the Mexicans would fare with one of
those big Australian huckei'8. They
maintain, however, that these loose
seats of theirs do not irritate the
horse in the way a grip with the
knees docs, nnd this 1 full' believe.
Further than that, I fancy tho solu
tion of the mystery about thoso
horses which will go quietly enough
with n lady, though a man can
hardly ride them, is to be sought
rather in the method of the lady's
scat than, as is commonly thought,
in the superior delicacy of hep fair
hands. Murray's Magazine.
In the last five" years SGO,000,000
worth of diamonds have been taken
to England from the African dia
mond Ileitis. Since 1871, S100,000,
000 woith, or three and a half tons,
have been taken from the Kiuibor
lc3' mine alone.
SEMIANNUAL mediae; of tho
U ud nf Trustees of t'cQueen'n
Ilo;itil will he licM at tho room of
thu Chamber of Commerce TO.MUH.
HOW, Friday. June 8th, 1SSS, at 11
o'clock a. M. i'-r or 'or.
F. A. SCnAEFEIt,
03 It fcocuUry.
At Less tlian Auction Prices !
Privato Salo of Household Goods.
PHOF. Van Slyke, of Othu College,
I'tiwiliou, oflen for bale (on ac
count of di'pti lure), al rery low prices
a few choice ai tides of furniture, in
cluding two large hnmUomc E-isids, a
li. AV. Scctetary and Bookcase, com
bined; a 1$. W. vclveUipholsterciLEasy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, several
10-fcct Coinico Poles with ilxtutes, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very little
u'ed), a lkd, fcpring and Hair Mattress, a
very nice and handy B. AV. Music. Hack,
several tuiall Fancy Tables, Shelves,
RrnckeU, Hugs, &c. Also, a young ilrs-t-elass
llurM', broken to lioth harness and
f-addlc; a Urako (nearly as good as new),
and n Single Harness, 1 L'ldies' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. Thei-o aitlcles can
bo examined and purchased al anv linio
before June 27th. 03 2
lg!tA A COTTAGK, at CreiL'sidn,
; iA$3 - Nuuanu Valley, con.
&Ss3 luining six rooms, with out.
building?, stables and tvery couven!
enco Addres-, "COTTAGE," Bulletin
olllcc. C8 lw
SITUATION as drlier, in a private
family. Thoroughly undorst!inds
horses', etc. Returciiuo given. Apply
to "A. li. C," Bum,f'rw oflice. Hi lw
CHECK No. 2 drawn by Won. Bella,
quel on Bishop & Co.'s bank, for
$139 51). All persons are hereby warned
against negotiating the above, as pay.
meat has been stopped. CO 3t
NOTIFIES tho cuhtnineis and the
public, in general that their price
for iiKats are us low as tho-.e as any
other butcher in town. 01 yt
ME. M. N. Saunders lias full power
of attorn-y to aet for mo in all
mat lets nf Imsino-s during my aLsence
Irom the Kingdom.
CO lw A. MOKGAN.
'TIS fx.J. O. DoHilnii is uulhniiz d
dm injr my absence from thu Kingdom.
CO lw .1 H. BROWN.
NTRNJL!NG ilmitly to leave Hono.
lulu fur Sin Fr.tncii-cn, I request
the ptyment of all dbts owing ti me,
beloio IhcVSml ot June. All accounts
not settled by that dale will be placid
in the liunds of a colli cor.
00 St , (J. H. IIIJDDY.
ALL amounts duo the firm of Brown
& Co., Wine .-. Splilts Meieluuits,
of Honolulu, Unit wcio contracted pre.
viotih to thcSOlh day of March lnt, If
not tailed before iho 9th day of June
nest, will bo placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, and recover at oucu.
A. J. CAUTWRIGIIT,
W. P. AbLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21, l88. 481m
MESSI1S. J. P. Hrown & O. desire
to state that Mr. John Magooti,
in coiiBcqucuro of falling health, has
been compelled to temporarily rutin.
quish tho collection of tho "Daily Bub
letin" subscriptions. Tiiev further deelro
to jctnurk that Mr. Mngoon, by his
urbanity, energy and strict Integrity,
lias enrncd tlioir beat wishes, and that
they trust thu day is not lar distant
when lie will ugaln be ablo toresumo
his connection with thein. B8 at
; . .
!r- I.IOKHK, Brake and
J.X Harness, llorfo
con bo warranted.
Brake and Harness
almost new. Apply to
ED 3l Bcrutanla siieet, iieiu Fort.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
PER iu the., Kingdom "The
Daily Bulletin," CQ cento per month.'
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
SHIP'S BOAT and COMPASS,
ion SAfin AT ATCTION.
By ordtr of H B. M. Vlcc.Conul, I will
fo.l at I'ululc Auction,
On SATURDAY, June 9tli,'88,
AT O'CLOCK XOOX, -
At UfilAfi' Wn.iif, lir mi mint nf
wlintu i m 1 "o cu'f,
One Ship's Boat and Compass,
With. Mast, Sails and Oars, complete.
IMS U. MS CAsttl.
LEWIS jT LEVEY,
03 St Auctioneer.
Sg Dictaii Luctas !
Concluding Lecture of a Fopulnr
Hawaiian Opera House,
THURSDAY EVENINGS, June 7, 1888,
"Vnrls, nnd tin Art I'.xlittilllon r
Superbly Illustrated by IHIliantVlcwe.
Abo, by general n quest,
"Jtcpctltloii of VIi-wh or tliu Hnmt-
ivlcli I hI nmla."
Willi A Idiiiond.
llox plan open at A
9 a. m., Tliur.-day.'
Salurflay Braiie, Jiu 911
On tho above dalo will be
W. S. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy,
The cast will include the follow
ladies and gentlemen
Miss Hprnico Parisc, Mis IJose Makcc,
Mis3 Jauu Hare, Jliss Annie
Walker, Mia Miunio
Mr. P. P. HaFtinso, Mr. E. P. Bishop,
Mr. J. P. Hi own, Mr. W. M.
Mac fai land.
PRICES OF ADMISSION AS DSUAL.
Eox plan for reserved Feats open at
the oflice of J. E. Drown & Co., Mer
chant street, on Thursdny, at 10 a. m.
Hawaiian Opera House.
On Monday Evening, Juno 11, 1888,
At 8 o'clock, by tho
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB.
Features entirely new. Boxing and
Sp-vrrirfir by both 'local and ship favo
rilc. Wrc-ftling, Hcilocomic tonga and
Oloi: and Jig Dancing.
Music tn be furnished by the string
orchestra f tho Hawaiian bund.
Admission, : : SOc, 75c. A SI.
.Box plan opens at U o'click a. ii., on
Thursday, 7ih inst., for reserved mnU
at J. E. Brown to Ci'.'-i, Merchant street.
OPERA HOUSE !
Washington Irving Bishop.
A few seats only are s ill availab'c.
To avoid df.iitppohiimi.iu early upplicu
rion will bo ntccssiirv
Oifit .1. E BROWN & CO.
The Agmts of the
Oceanic 8, B. Com'y
Ilavis arranged for an Excursion
of Teiichor-t wishing to visit
ttio Convention of tho
Held in Sin Francisco,
July 17th to SOtli.
Hound trip tlclcct; from Honolulu to
Bun Francisco and return i
Which includes tho initiation or mem.
bcrship feo and all tho privileges
of the Association.
&jFFor further particulars apply to
W.G. IRWIN &
50 Agenls, O. 8. B Oo
NOTICE is hcrihv nlveu that I will
not pay any ilebis contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. 0. Aptil.
Honolulu, April 31, 1868. 38 tf
Auction Sales by James ft Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, to 8th, '88,
at ia O'clock rvoor.,
A' mv Silcrnom, Qui on Mreot, I will
sell at Pitlillu Atti'ilnn, ft-r ntcount
of wh m It ii ny concern,
20 BBI.S OF
ST. PAULI BEER !
Damaged by llaln Water.
JAS. P. MOIIGAN,
AUCTION SAIiE OF
riages k Brakes.
On SATURDAY, Jnne 9th, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK -NO OX,
At my Stli'tto-m, Queen stieel, I will
sell at Public Auction,
3 2-Wheel Brakes !
3 Opan Buggies, ,
1 Top Phaetons,
One Large Carriage Horse.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Sale of Liquors
By order of W. F. Allen and A. J Cut-
wright, A'ligncis of the Esltito
of F Brown, I will sell
at l'ublic Auction,
On THURSDAY, June 14, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91..
At the store of Brown & Co, 3Iei chant
stieet, a General Assort.
Gins, in red, green and Muecs.
Stallion, Key and other brmidj, in
three sizes, ,
Gins, in Bulk !
Scotch, Irish and Amcrlcau
la Bulk and Cues,
All Qualities of BRANDIES !
In Bulk and Bottles,
Sherry and Port Wines !
In Bulk and Bottles,
.tlodeira and Mnlnga "Wines,
Iu Bulk. A largo Afortment of
In Cases. A variety of line
White ana Red BURGUNDY !
An Assoitmcnt of Liqueuis, Chas.
Fane, Goulet and other
$mw, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bgyriio LiquoiH will bu sold in bond
ami duty paid, niul comprise a general
issortment of the icgulur claa. and
kinds kept for.salc.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WIIEUI3A8, K coiii (U). of Honolulu,
has mailn default in the payment
of rent of cn-hdii premises si'uitidon
Smiih meet, in H'.ld Honol .1'), and has
nil. wed tli? smi" to Ik crime in arrears,
and. whereas iho undersignid bus (lis.
trained thu grouiN and chattels of 'mid
Komi (U) lo'fatbfy siicharrcms: Notice
Is l.o oby g Viii thiit tald poodrf nnd
clnitli'ljsvio it: 1 cinlage, will bu sold
atpub'lc auction tit the K.deMoom of
J. F. Morunn. auctioneer, tn Queen
stieet, in laid Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOV,
Dated Hocoliilu, Juno 0, 188 (2 IBt
Patties wishing to secure lots
Refreshment Stands !
In Kupiolani Park, will apply to
Walter M. Giffard,
At tho office ef "Win, G. Jrwln & Co.
A. g. OJEGHORN,
Prcfident, Kaplolaul Paik Assocln.
tion, 01 tf
TF YOU .LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in Iho Daily Bulletih.
St Pauli leer
11th June, 88.
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho final
omllcs for the Uawallnu Derby,
H inllo dash for 2-cni- olds, nntlVo
bred, to bo run under tho auspices of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club oil tho 11th
of June, 1889, will bu closed on tho BOth
of June, 1888.
Also,, that nominations for tho follow
ing laces must bo handi'd to thoSccre
taty, nccdinpani&l with entrance fee,
on orbpfoto Iho 30th of Juno, 1883 s
"Hawaiian Dciby," isoii fon of
18S8 Sweepstakes or QnU added. To bo
dIUdcd ns the Club tuny direct ( mile
dash for 2-year olda, native bred, 10
to he paid on nomination, nnd 815 on
orbefoie the 30th Of June. 1889, foifelt
unless filled by payment of the icmalti
liig 825 on or before Juno 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockey t luh Cup," for ,
1SS9 Sweepstakes of S-'f added. 1 mile,
dash for fl-yciir olds, native bred, SIC to
he paid on nomination, fotfeit unless
filled by payment of remaining 15 on
or before June 1, lS'O.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cut)," for
1890 Sweepstakes of 50 added. To bo
divided ns tho ( tub may dhect. 1 mile
dash for 3-year oils, native hied, foals
of 1887, $10 to be imld On nomination,
nnd Slii on or before the 30th of June,
1889, forfeit unless filled by payment of
the letiialnlug 325 on or bcfoioJuncl,
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1891 Swecpstakis of $100-addcd. To
be divided ns tho Club may diiect. 1
mile ihili for 3-yeai- olds, native bred,
foals ot 18SS, $10 to be paid on nomina
tion, 815 on or bofoio June 30, 1889,
and 825 on or hefoio .Tunis 30, 1890, for
feit unless filled by payment of the rc-nijlnhig-950
on or befoio June 1, 1891.
fftSf lintrlcs made after above dates
must pay double.
. C. O. BEKGER,
Secretary, Haw. Jockey Club.
FIFTH AHKUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club,
, Jie 11, 1
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
Ist-QUECN'S PLATE, SI 00.
ItUNNIXU HACK 4 iMllo Dash.
Fieo tor all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, SI 00 added.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Diish.
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, 575.
TROTTING aud RACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred hordes ouly to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 iu 3.
4th-KAMEIIAMEHA PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RACE li Mile Dash.
Free for all. If but ouo stalls to
5l!i-KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE, $150.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mllo Heats, best 0 In 5. Free for
all. All hordes having a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
6th-H0N0LULU PLATE, $75.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-ycav old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Free for all Winner to beat the 10
cord of "Anglo A," 1:454. To be
run for annually.
8th-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND CUP added.
RUNNING RACE -4 Mile Heats,
best 2 in i). Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SWKEI'STAKESlOF 825 TROTl'ING
aud PACING RACE Milo Heats,
best 2 In 3. Free' for all horses that
have not n record of 3 minutes or
better to be driven Jn Frazicr road
carts by members of tho Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PURSE, $75.
RUNNING RACE Mllo Dash.
Fice for till.
11th P0NY RACE, $75.
Open to all ponies 14-hnnds or
under, and 3-year old or over.
All entiles to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, Juno Cth, 1888, at
the olllco of tho Secretary, uiid all en
hance fees to bo 10 per cent, unless
otherwisb specified, All races to be
run or trotted tinder the rules of tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
157" Rules regard ing entries and
starting aro Mispendod In races against
time. , M
Admission CO cents each
To Grand Stand, extra. .CO cents and SI
Ciii'iiagcs Inside of Course... $2 CO each
Quarter Sti otch Hadges 85 00 each
0. O. BEItGKEK,
Secretary, II, J, 0,
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloyes,
r-And a full lino of-
Sateejis, All Colors,
l'OIt sam: AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
67 J No. 10 Store. tw
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