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toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
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FKIDAY, JUKE 8, 1888.
THE WHIP AND ITS ABUSE.
A whip is a necessary evil. At
least, it is generally admitted to bo
necessary, but perhaps not so gen
erally conceded to be an evil.
A whip is believed to be necessary
and beneficial for children, at times.
Perhaps the belief is orthodox.
Anj'how, King Solomon,' reputed to
havo been uncommonly wise, in
clined to that opinion, according to
the ancient record. But our belief
is that the whip applied to tender
human backs is often misapplied.
For horses and bullocks, it cannot
be denied, the whip is necessary, al
hough at the same time it may be an
evil, in the opinion, if they have an
opinion, of tlie poor creatures on
whom it i" used.
Admitting that the whip is a neces
sity is not a justification of its ex
cessive use. Food is a necessity,
but a man may consume it to an ex
tent which is in excess of his re
quirements, and thus make a glutton
of himself. The necessity of ali
ment does not make gormandising a
a necessity. A whip is a necessary
part of a horse-and-carriagc outfit,
but the wiclder of the whip may use
it when not necessary and more than
necessary, in which case the "wlnp
ist" is manifestly guilty of "cruelly
Moreover, the writer asserts that
right here, in the cityT of Honolulu,
the whip is many times, and
by many persons used "intemper
atcly." Some drivers of public con
veyances arc often guilty of this ex
cess. On every little pretext and
without any pretext whatever they
use the whip. They have acquired
the habit, and perhaps indulge in it
unconsciously. If the horse goes
too slow, they whip him ; if ho goes
too fast, they whip him ; if he does
neither one nor the other, they whip
him. A horso can never do anything
to please them. Do what ho may,
his reward is the lash. Such persons
are a discredit to the drivers' frater-
ity, and are, it is presumed, ex
ecrated by the entire horse family.
A child may be easily spoiled by
an injudicious or an intemperate ap
plication of the whip, and so may a
horse. Many children are' spoiled
by this means, and so arc many
horses. Unjust punishment is inter
nally resented by children, and is
often remembered by them with bit
ter and revengeful feelings in mature
and old age. We do not credit the
docile and sagacious horse with a
mental capneity of this nature, but
it cannot be denied that a constant
and indiscriminate application of
tho whip to thaht useful servant of
man has the effect of irritating, con
fusing, demoralising, and rendering
him unreliable. And if he occasion
ally exhibits resentment by a bite,
a kick, a bolt, or some other rebel
lious act, he cannot bo reasonably
The foregoing jumble was sug
gested by an incident which the
writer and others witnessed last
evening, briefly as follows : Express
No. 73 was being driven along King
street at a very easy paco. Without
any apparent cause, the driver be
gan to lash the horse unmercifully.
The animal resented such unjust and
undeserved treatment, and began to
make free use of his hind legs. The
result was a broken pair of shafts
and a generally dilapidated car
riage. The horso gained his liberty
for a while and tho driver narrowly
escaped serious injur'. This sinash
up was solely due to an improper
and intemperate use of the whip,
and tho driver, not the horso, should
bo lieJd to account.
Editor Bfi.u-Tt-; flon'l you
think you owe your readi-re an npo
logy for inserting the lOiuniuiiicn
tion entitled "An Earnest Appeal"
in yestoi day's Uulletik?
We do. It houlrt mil have ap
pealed, nud wo beg pennUbion to
lo amend by slilkhij it out. Ko.J
A m IN COLORS.
Knvron V u.tux: -I hive fie- '
quontly lnnid Mr. Taieneei liirn
tionud ns a painter and olherwhc,
and although I never had the honor
of his acquaintance, supposed him
to be a sensible man. But I rend
his communication in yesterday's
Bi'mxtix, with regard to llilo, its
population, etc., and came across
this sentence: The cheap labor of
Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese
is crowding out the while labor on
these islands and rendering it im
possible for the white man lo earn a
living 1 '
For once the artist has made a
mess in his colors. If Portuguese
belong to colored races, lo what de
partment of the human race does
tho Frenchman belong? For my part
1 wa3 always under the impression
that the Portuguese, together with
tho Spaniards, French and Italians
constituted what is generally styled
the Latin race I And had even im
agined that Portugal "-as colonised
by the Romans as early, if not ear
lier, than Gaul, in the good old days
of Ulisipo and Virialus.
But, perhaps it is the low wages
they cam which darkens them in
Mr. Tavcrnicr's artistic eye. I am
nfiaid he would forfeit all claims lo
be called white if he shipped as a
field hand for a month. D.
Enrrou Bulletin: "Solid-or-Beform"
in. P. C. A., June 1st and
"Friend of Restriction" in Bullktin
of June olh, make sonic assertions
and man suggestions.
The P. C. A. writer ayg "Let me
rewrite the paragraph quoted in an
amended form from the standpoint
of facts, figures, history and com
mon sense, etc. Not that Mr. J. F.
Smith needs any assistance, so far
as I am uwarc, but for the help of
SoIid-for-Rcform I will give somo
facts, iigurc3, history, etc., from
places where experiments- in prohi
bition have been tried.
In isr 1 Maine parsed a prohibi
tory law which, as history tells us,
caused bloodshed and riot, and had
to be repealed in 185G and a licence
law was substituted, which remain
ed in force until 1SG8 when it was
repealed and the present law en
acted. Let us sec how prohibition works
in that State. The inspectors of
the Maine Slate Prison in their an
nual report to the Governor of the
State in 1882 (page Ji2) said, "In
many oilier and towns in this State,
liquor, if not as free as water, is to
be bad by those who want it.
Maine has 14 incorporated cities
with populations ranging from 3,
154 to 33,810. Hon. Dingloy,
Prohibition Congressman from thai
State, said that there were 2,4G8 ar
rests for drunkenness in 1883, which
makes one person out of every 5S
of the population. And the same
person tells us that in the city of
Portland, one out of every 25 was
arrested for drunkenness in 1883.
Does Prohibition prohibit there .
In Bedford, Maine, with a popula
tion of 12.G51, in 1880, there were
arrested for drunkenness 79 persons
and in 1883, 09 drunks were taken
into the lockup. In Bangor, popu
lation 10,850, in 1880 arrests for
drunkenness M5", in leal iU3 per
sons and in 1882 293 persons. In
Portland, with a population of 33,
810, in 1880 the arrests for drunk
enness were GOG, in 1881 589, and
in 1882 G03.
Docs not the above show the folly
of cndcavoiing to ptohibit liquor in
this kingdom 'i
New Hampshire enacted prohibi
tory laws in 1855, and has endea
vored to enforce them ever since.
The statistics of the Government
however show us that in 1883 there
were 10GG retail and 7 wholesale
liquor dealeis in tho state, and 222
retail beer dealers, Huh is prohi
bition with a venganee!
Vermont passed prohibiting laws
in 1853 and has since endeavored to'
enforce the law, but the Government
statistics show us that there are 529
places for supplying the thirsty with
Kansas, of course, is a model pro
hibition state. Let us examine a
few statistics. There wore arrested
for drunkenness in Emporia, Kan
sas, in 1880, 102 persons; in 1883,
191 persons; in Parsons in 1880, 99;
in 1883, 80; in. Wyandotte in 1880;
50 ; in 1883, 08 ; in Topeka in 1880,
308; in 1883, 391; in Lawrence in
1880, 118; in 1883, 108; and so on
throughout tho state until we havo a
grand total of arrests for drunken
ness in 1880, 17G9 persons, und in
1883, 23G9, and by examination of
government statistics wo find that in
1880 thcro were 1,821 retail and 25
wholesale liquor dealers doing busi
ness in the stato besides 117 beer
retailers, so that with 1.9G3 places
to buy something to drink the pro
hibitionist had no excuse for going
thirsty ; and we find still further
that in 1883 there was an actual in
crease in tho number of liquor
dealers, as the government statistics
show 1,908 or 35 more than in 1880.
Iowa had in 1883, 1,858 retail liquor
stores and 492 beer houses, within
her sacred prohibition borders,
From tho foregoing condensed
statement of facts It ulll bp seen
that piohibltion laws do not slop the
mnntifautuie, sale, or use of liquors,
beer anil wine.
Piohibition States have moro Pnu
pois than non-prohibition states,
(nisoitioiis nf pYohihltionifct" to the
-ontrary notwithstanding). In 18 0,
the ratio of pauperism tlnoiighout
the U. S. was. one out of very fiwO
of population. In Maine the ratio
i-f iinuuers was one to ovcrv 202 of
.piilntiou (sieuovt riuiK'iitstat
j, Vol ?. paf IoTi'i). This is
ii oie limn ilouoii' tlie aerage. in
Nuw llauiilnie the e was 1 to even
170 inhabitants, or more than three
times the average. In Vermont it
was 1 to 212 of the population.
While in Missouri, one of the most
liberal states, it was 1 to 1201 of the
population. This shows that the
prohibition state of New Hampshire
has seven hundred per cent more
pauperism than tho state where you
can drink where and what you
Manic had in 1880 a population of
G18,93G souls and 3211 paupers.
Kentucky had a population of 1,
C18,G90 people, or nearly three
times as many as Maine, yet the
State where everybody drinks had
only 2,059 paupers. Indiana, with
a population of 1,928,301, or three
times as many as Maine, had only
These facts can be shown in most
of all the Slates, but I have shown
enough to prove that prohibition
does not prevent pauperism, but of
ten causes it. I assert further that
prohibition increases taxation.
Before .Maine enacted her prohi
bitoiy laws, we ascertain fiom the
Census report of 1850, that it cost
the Slate 20 cents per head in taxes
for tlie support of paupers, and in
1870 we learn that it cost the State
58 cents per head, or more Ihau
double what it cost as a free State,
before Prohibition was introduced.
In New Hampshiie it cost in 1S70
each lax-payer 73 cents, to support
the paupers, and before the Prohibi-'
tion laws were enacted it only cost
49 cents. In Vermont it cost be
fore Prohibition became the law, 38
cents per capita, ami in 1870 54
ecnt3, lor suppoit of the very poor.
In Missouri it cost 7 cents in 1850
and 11 cents in 1S70, for any tax
payer, to support their paupers.
And still fanatics assert that Pro
hibition decrease taxes and pauper
ism, notwithstanding it costs the
taxpayer only 1 1 cents to support
his portion of paupers in a model
liquor State, and 58 cents in a sa
cred prohibition Slate.
(To be continued.)
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Mr.ETIXG OF 1SOAKD OF DErXGATES.
A meeting of the Board of Repre
sentatives of the Honolulu Fire Dc
pnitment was held last night.
The Secretary submitted his an
imal report of the finances of the
lioaid, which showed that the re
ceipts were $098.31, and the (lis-
bur-eiiients were $387.85, leaving a
balance hi the treasury of $305.49.
The Fire Marshal reported that
the number of fires from Julr 4th,
1887, to June 7th, 1888, had been
18, and the loss from said fires
amounted to 7,380, with an insur
ance of $3,G17.
Messrs. J. D. Tucker and Henry
Smith were nominated as candidates
for Secretary of the Board. Mr.
Henry Smith was elected.
Messrs. J. McGuire and J. A.
Mchitons were nominated for Fire
Marshal. Mr. McGuire was re
elected. A lot of general routine business
was transacted, after which the
MOVEMENTS OF TOURISTS.
The seven tourists who came by
the S. G. lldcr the other day, paid
a visit to "Waikiki yesterday, and to
the U. S. S. Vauditlia and Diamond
Head to-day. They proposed char
tering the steamer Kinau for a spe
cial trip to the Volcano next week,
but they are not fully decided yet.
Mr. Biglow,who is (statistical corres
pondent for the U. S. Congress,
wishes to go to Japan and il the S.
S. Alameda, due here to-morrow,
brings no intelligence of a steam
ship intending to call heic within a
mouth, en route for the Orient, he
will depart by the Takasago Maru,
on the 12th. Some of the seven arc
taking notes in the interests of jour
nalism, others are in search of
health, Bight--cciiig, piuio-eollecting
and enjoying a n"ji from the toil of
business. Mr. U. L. lliggins, of
San Jobe, Cal., owner of tho Yacht
Nautilus, will return to San Fran
cisco by tho S. G. 'Wilder next
week. Mr. lliggins uudei stood be
fore coming here that the native
Ilawnlians were n sickly, puny,
dwarfed race of people. His sur
piise on arrival can be imagined.
Four of the seven are stopping at
the Dudoit House, while Mr. Big
low, the recognized leader of the
party is at Mr. Ungcr's. Thcso
seven gentlemen aro employing their
time to the best advantage in seeing
everything about lIonoIuliiand In the
district that is worth seeing.
TXTILIj bo received at tho ofllce of
Y Y Wilder & Co. for the addition to
iheArmorv, on Burctnuia street, uutil
TUESDAY. June IStli. at 13 o'clock
noou. Plans and frpccillcatlon may bo'
sceu at the same place.
11. 1 IIEUBARD,
L F. UldllOP,
04 (It Armory Committee.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertite it in tho Daily Bulletin,
One Private Stand
Facing llio Track en llio
Hawaiian Jockey Club Grounds
To lines (lie
Races on June I Ith.
(11 s notary I2t
On Juno 11th
Hart & Co., of tlie "Elite,"
Flavo secured tho piivllcgu to servo
First-class Lunches aud Refreshments
At tho GRAND STAND, In Kuplo.
About your Lunelle, and Refreshments
for Hie Uili, hill 1,'avejour
Hart & Go,, of tlie " Elite "
Anil you'll have everything; delivered
of First-Ola? Stvle at" your
04 privntu stand. 2t
IN LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY-
""Prices lists furnished on applira
tion. CI lm
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
TX7"HJf-' l"e closed during tho months
Yt of .luly aud August. 01 Iw
AMAiN' of Irrcproncliaulo chniactcr
and habit", who is well acquainted
with tho residents and localities of the
city, and willing to accept a model ate
e.il.iry to secuie r. desir.iUu and perma
nent open in ty may address Poitolllcc
Box Xo. ;r7, with references, stating
age, experienro and salaiy required.
None other noticed. 64 8l
ry AGUES of hnd fenced.
Good for c.irdon, rice or
rfSSj entile fcrd almudantly &up.
jw' plied Tilh water, next Puna.
lion, Honolulu. Apply to
C. T. GUUCIC,
Mei chant street.
rjpo LET (on account of
X. departure ), a residence.
2J with six rooms, closets, pantry,
kitchen, stables, etc., on a nice lot, nen
1'iinaliou, Honolulu. Most moderate
rental, lo a yearly teaunt. "Water in.
eluded Apply lo
C. T. GUUOlf,
CI lw Merchant street.
QHIPPKKS of Freight by
U tlie Blcimer " W. U.
Hall " are hereby notified,
Ihut no freight will bo leccived after 8
o'clock a si , on tho duy of sailing.
I'cr oidnr, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1898 CI lm
buildings, stables and every conveni
ence. Addi ess, "COTTAGK," Buli.htin
ollice. - 03 lw
as diivcr. in a private
horses, etc. Kelcrciice given. Apply
to "A. B. C," Bum.utin ofllce. (ii lw
"VJOTIFIES the customers and the
LS public in general that their prices
for meals uio as low us thote ns any
other butcher in towu. 01 Ut
MR. M. K. Saunders has full power
of attorney to act for mo in all
mittcrs of Imsinc-s during my absence
fiom the Kingdom.
CO lw A. MORGAN.
HIS Ex. J. O. Dowiinls is authorized
to traii'act my prlvatu business
during my absence i'loni tho Kingdom.
CO lw J. II. BRUtWN.
ALL amounts duo the firm of Biown
& Co., Wlno & Spirits Merchants,
of Honolulu, that were contracted pre
vlous lo the HOth day of .March last, If
not settled btfoie tho Dth duy of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, and recover ot onco.
A. J. CAUTWRIGIIT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown &. Co.
Honolulu, May SI. 1688. 48 lm
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint I will
not pay any ilcbls contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. O. AOUI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 23 tf
llth of JUNE, 1888.
Auction Sales by Lovzts J. Levey.
SHIP'S BOAT and COMPASS
I'OB MAIiK AV AUOTIOX.
By order of Tl
fO I Ht
I!. M.V1 (-.("on-ul, Iwlll
OniUI'L-AK. JtliiU Uill, OO,
Tiirr i t i nil. 00
AT 12 O'CLOCK .VOOS,
AtBroucrV Wlimf, fur nrcount of
whom 1 may lo ccrn,
One Ship's Boat and Compass,
With Hast, Sails and Oars, coinploto.
03 2t Auctioneer.
On the abovo (Into will
W. S. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy,
The cast will include tho following
Indies and gentlemen:
Miss Ikmlcc Parke, Ml Rose Jtfakcc,
JIis Jane Hare, Miss Annie
Walker. Mls Minnie
Mr. F. V. Iln-tiugs, Mr. E. P. Bishop,
Mr. J. F. Brown. Mr. AV. M.
PRICES OF ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Box plan for rc-erved Feats open at
the odico of .T. E. Brown & Co., Mer
chant sireel, on Thursday, at 10 a. si.
Hawaiian Opera House.
On Monday Evening, June 11, 1888,
At 8 o'clock, by the
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB.
Features entirely new. Boxing and
Spnrrinr ly both local and ship favo
rites. Wrestling, Seriocomic tongs iftid
Cloc; and Jig Dancing.
Music to lie furnished hy the string
orchestra of the Hawaiian bund.
Admission, : : .Oc, 75c. A 81.
Box plan opens at 9 o'clock A. St., on
Tbur.-diiy, 7th inst., for lesoivcd seats
ul J. E. Brown fc Go.'s, Merchant street.
Washington Irving Bishop.
A few scats only are still available.
To avoid disappointment early applica.
lion will bo n.cesmv
02 5t J. E BROWN & CO.
Parties wishing to secure lots
Refreshment Stands !
In IOipiolani Park, will apply to
Walter Rfil. Ciffard,
At the office of Win. G-. Irwin & Co.
A. S. CLEGIIOKN,
President, ICupioluni Paik AsEocin.
tion. 01 tf
Pacific lose Restaurant,
30 KING eTIlEET,
(.Over D. McICcnzlo & Co., Ship
Messis. Baihcr & McLean havine re.
tired entiiely fiom the management of
the above popular Restaurant. Mr. D.
MoKouzic, from ibis day will assume
tho entire control of tho tame. Tho
Restaurant will bo mn strictly in a first
olas style. Tho aim of tho new pro.
prletor being to rater satisfactorily to
tho public tajlu. Meals will hj served
nt all hours und in the moat approved
Pacific House Restaurant, 20 Tort St,
At Less than Auction Prices 1
Private- Sale of Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slyke, of Oahu College,
1'iinaliou, oilers for salo (on nc.
count of dcpailuri'), at very low prices
a few choice aitlrles of furniture, in.
eluding two largo handsome Easels, a
U. . secretary nnil Uonkcasc, com.
linedj a H. AV. velvet.upholfitered Easy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, soverul
10-fcet Cuiuico Poles with fixtures, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very little
UFcd), n Bed, Spring and Hair Mattress, a
very nlco aud hnndy B. W. Music Rack,
several small Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &c. Also, a young llrbt
clu's Horso, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brako (nearly ns good as now),
and u Single Humous, 1 Ladles' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. Thcso articles enn
ho examined and purchased at any timo
beforo June 27th. 03 Sn
THh F'oTjly readable pa
PER in tho Kingdom "Tho
Daily Bulletin." (0 cents per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriages & Brakes,
On SATURDAUuno Ofh. '88,
AT IB O'CLOCK KOOX,
At my Sik'sro m, Queen sticct, I
sell at Public Auclton,
3 2-? heel. Brakes !
3 Opon Buggies.
3 Top Phaetons,
1 2-Whool Dandy Cart,
1 Eaoincf Sulky, 53 lb3.,
One Butcher's Cart
Ono Largo Carriago Horso.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Sale of Liquors
By order of "W.F.Allen and A J Girt-
wilght. A?igncis of tho Esttitu
of F. Brown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, June 14, 1888,
AT 1U O'CtiOCK A. II..
At tho More of Brown & Co, Merchant
street, aGenetnl Assoit.
Gins, in red, green and blue cs.
Stallion, Key and 0ther.br.1nd3, In
Qins. in Bulk !
Scotch, Irish and American
"W SI JC te5 EEI J3 S !
In Bulk and Cases,
All Qualities of BRANDIES 1
In Bulk and Bottles,
Sherry and Port Wines !
In Bulk and Bottles,
Madeira and ItlsilnjjJi Wines,
In Bulk. A large Assoitment of
In Cases. A variety of flno
White ana Red BURGUNDY !
An Assortment of Liqueurs, Chas.
Furrer Goulet and other
CtasapBjstc, Etc., Etc.
CgyThe Liquois will he sold in bond
and duty paid, and compiisu a general
ntsorlment of the regular olus and
kinds kept for sale.-
Landlord's Notice of Sale or Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS, Keoui (k), of Honolulu,
has made default ill the payment
of rent of certain premises situatid on
Smith sticct, in said Honolulu, and has
allowed the same to become in arrears,
and, whereas the underaigiud has dis.
trained tho goods and chattels of said
Kconi (k) lofaiiffy such arrears: Notice
is heeby givm that raid poods and
chattels, to wit: 1 cjrrlage, will he sold
at public miction at the Salesroom of
J. F. Morgan, auctioneer, cu Queen
struct, in Enid Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT IS O'OtOCIi JiOOX,
Dated Honolulu, June 0, 1868 f2 ICt
The Agents of the
Oceanic B. S. Com'y
Havo arranged for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing lo visit
the Convention of tho
Held in S.in Francisco,
Of uly ltli lo SOtli.
Round trip ticket from Honolulu
San Francisco and roturn:
Which includes the initiation or raera.
hershlp fee and all tho privilege
of the Assuclntlou.
K3-For further paiticulur- apply to
Agents, O. 8. S. Co.
HORSE, Brako and
can bo warranted.
Brnko and Harness
almost now. Apply to
Berolanift street, near Fort.
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the final
entries for tho Hawallnu Derby,
?( lullo dash for 2-year old, native
bred, to bo liui under the nusnleos of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Chili on tho llth
of .Tunc, 18S9, will be closed on tho SOtli
of June, 18S8.
Also, that nominations for tho follow
ing races must bo handed to tho Secre
tary, accompanied with entrancu fee,
ou or before tho HOth of .tunc, 1888:
"Hawaiian Derby," 1800 foa's of
1668 Sweepstakes of 8"0 added. To be
divided as the Club may direct i milo
dash for 2-year olds, native bred, 610
to bo paid on nomination, and $15 ou
or before the 30th of June, 18S9, foifelt
unless filled by payment of the remain
ing 825 on or bcfoio June 1, 1890.
'Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1880 Sweepstakes of 2i added. 1 mllo
da?h for 3-year olds, native bred, SlOto
be (laid on nomination, foifelt unless
filled by payment of remaining $li on
or before June 1, 18SH.
'Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
18U0 Sweepstakes of "iU added. To bo
divided as tho.Cltib may direct. 1 mllo
dash for 3-year olds, native bred, foals
of 1887. QlO to bo paid on nomination,
and 815 on or before tho 30th of June,
1830, foifelt unless filled by payment of
tho tcmalnlng $25 ou or bcfoio Juno 1,
"Hawaiian .Toekcv Club Cup," for
1891 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
be divided as the Club may direct. 1
mile dash for 3-year olds, native bicd,
foals of 18SS, 510 to bo paid on nomina
tion, $15 on or bcfoio Juno 30, 1889,
mid 025 ou or bcfoio June 30, 1S90, for
feit unless filled by payment, of tho re
maining $50 on or bcfoio June 1, 1801.
JCSf- Entiles matic niter nuovc uatcs
must pay double.
O. O. BEKGEK,
Sccictnry, Haw. Jockey Club.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses owned
hy members of tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TROTTING and PACING RAOE
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
harness Mile Heats, host 2 In 3.
4lh KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RAOE 14 Milo Dash.
Fieo for all. If but one starts to
beat 2 :50.
Gth KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE, $150.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 In 5. Free for
all. All hoi'bcs having' a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
6th HONOLULU PLATE, $75.
RUNNING RACE? Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING RAOE 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
coid of ''Angle A," 1:454. To ho
run for annually.
8H1-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND CUP added.
RUNNING RAOE-4 Milo Heats,
host 2 In 3. Hawaliau hred horses.
Cup to become tho property of tho
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Sw'i:cpstaki:s;ok 325 TROTTING
and PACING RAOE Milo Heats,
best 2 In 3. Fieo for all hoises that
have not a leeord of 3 minutes or
better to be driven in Frazler road
carts by members of the Club.
lOlll LUNAMAKAAINANA PUflSE, $75.
RUNNING RACE-". Mllo Dash.
Freo for all.
11 Hi POnY RACE, $75.
Open to all ponies 14-hand3
under, and 3-year old or over.
All entiles to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, Juno Gth, 18S8, at
the ollleo of the Secretary, and all en
trance fees to he 10 per cent, unless
otherwise specified. All races to he
run or trotted under the i tiles of tho
Huw aiian Jockey Club.
CSV" Rules legiudhig entries nnd
Marling mo suspended in races against
Admission co cents each
To Grand Stand, extra.. CO cents and 81
Ciinlages insido of Course... $2 CO each
Quarter Sti etch Badges 95 00 each
O. O. BERGKER,
Secretary, II. J, O.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladles' and Chlldrens'
And a full line of
Sateens; All Colors,
FOIt SALIJ AT
67J No. 10 Store. 8w
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