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In accordance with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 1880;
All pcremiR holding wntci ptivi-
lcges, or, those paying wntor rates,
aro hereby notified Hint tho water
rates for tho term, ending December
31, 1888, will be duo and payable at
tho ofllco of the Honolulu Water
AVoiks on the 1st of .July, 1838.
All such mica loiiiuiiiing unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Kates aio payable at the ofllco of
the AVater Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, 11. I., Juno 15, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
BmilJ ol Culilx-iiia, S. IT.
Aud thuir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Christchuich, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Mnt established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1888.
Applause intelligent! placed, to
men and women who appear before.
the public to edify or amuse, is
grateful and encouraging. Applause
intelligently placed means applause
accorded at the yn'opcr time. Ap
plause of this chaiacter, indicating
a degree of success which gives
satisfaction to and wins approval
from an audience, affords an enthus
iastic and ambitious performer a
gratification which nothing else can,
and supplies strong encouragement
to greater efforts and higher aspira
tions ; while a cold, phlegmatic, un
impressionable audience, which with
holds all expressions of approval, is
repulsive to a pei former, aud emits
a chilling influence which cools his
ardor and dims the glow of enthu
Applause misplaced "that is, ap
plause given at a wrong or improper
time is offensive to a performer
and annoying to those of the audience
who have an intelligent appreciation
of the performance. To the per
former it is an interruption at a mo
ment when lie needs and wants still
ness and attention, and when noise
is detrimental and perhaps destruc
tive to the success of his effort. To
an intelligent listener or spectator,
deeply interested and intently fol
lowing the performer, be lie orator,
actor, musician, or any other kind
of entertainer, a clapping of hands
and a stamping of feet before the
climax is reached is about as pleas
ant as the rasping of an old crosscut
saw while Patti is singing, or the
rattle of a kerosene tin as an accom
paniment to ltemenyi's violin.
A good example of misplaced ap
plause, or applause interjected at a
time when its absence was the pro
per thing, was presented at Mr. W.
I. Bishop's exhibition of mind-reading
in tho Opera House, last Satur
day night. Just at times when the
most difficult experiments were in
progress and the greatest stillness
was required, persons in that part
of the house where intelligence is
supposed to reign, would begin to
clap, and stamp, and ejaculate. The
only thing wanting, to make tho
noise complete, was a big bass drum,
with a strong man to commit an as
suit on the paichmcnt. The effect
was to frequently interrupt and dis
tract Mr. Bishop in ids experiments,
and annoy those who weic intelli
gently interested in them. What
rondo this ultimely appluuse all the
snore objectionable, was the fact
.that Mr. Bishop begged for perfect
quietness, intimating the difficulty
ot euccesB wjtbout it. Anyiut an
uncommonly good-natured and pa
tient man would linvo declined to
proceed in the face of such utter
disregard of a just and oft-repeated
The people of Homo applauded
the slaughter of living gladiators
from thoir fashionable seals in tho
Amphithcatro, and the people of
Honolulu applaud tho middle note
of a scale of music from the seats
ot the Opcia House. Perhaps it is
all in accordance with the llucttmt-
mg canons ot rehncil taste, nut as
the latter is something of which wo
know nothing, wo would just as soon
pass an hour or two in a slaughter
house as where gladiators meet, or
middlc-nolu applause is fashionable.
SOME MORE OPINIONS.
Eiutoii Bui.ixtin: The "Ga
zette" says "the vital force of the
Government prior to the revolution
was Centralization and that the re
volution and the now Constitution
changed this." .
It may be the place lias been
changed, but the pain remains.
The Gazette" itself is proof of
this, for since the revolution referr
ed to it has published several col
umns of appointments, by ono of
the Ministers, to the most petty of
fices in the Kingdom. There arc
indications that another Cabinet Of
ficer is seeking to gain a share in
tho division of the honors and emo
luments of office. When this is ob
tained, and the Sheriffs arc the
highest Crown Officers on the dis
tant Islands, will there bo either ef
ficiency or economy in having the
appointees of the Law Dcpnitmcnt
ex-oillcio the agents of the Finance
and Foreign Departments.
With a few trifling exceptions, the
Report of the Minister of the Inte
rior Department is such as the
Mayor of Honolulu would make to
the city, if it were lucorpotated as
a city, and allowed to provide for
and manage its own streets, electric
lights, Water Works, Fire Depart
ment and mnilyct. These have
more attention than all other inte
rests. There arc no suggestions
that there aie any other wharves or
landings in the group, except at La
haina, one building at liana and
some in prospect at Ilookcna and
Kcauhou, and an omnibus state
ment that "the wharves and land
ings outside of Honolulu are in good
condition." It is a prevailing im
pression that tho facilities for land
ing passengers and freight on the
coast of Hawaii, at Makena, Maa-'
laea and lvahuliu, and in the circuit
of Kauai arc maintained by tho
Planters and the Inter-Island Coast-,
It is a surprise that a Minister of
the Crown, of a 'Reform whose catch
word is economy, should urge an
appropriation for an equestrian, pe
destrian and carriage "road up
Punchbowl!" Montreal may have
such a luxury, but Manitoba was
not taxed for it. Still if tho scheme
is pressed, tho Maui delegation
might get a grant for a similar at
traction to llalc-a-ka-la by swap
But surpuse yields to astonish
ment at the assurance we have that
a load costing only 30,00 (for a
starter), would give easy communi
cation witli a "mine of wealth."
Visitors, from the time the first tour
ists, Messrs. Ellis, Ihurston, Bishop
ank Goodiich in 1823, scientific and
mining cxpeits have never suspect
ed, or at least they h.wc not men
tioned any indications of mineral
wealth deposited in Kilauea, except
It is an exhibition of a unique
Government policy to induce Portu
guese and others to purchase home
steads in Hamakun, leaving them to
ship their produce over the bluffs,
or pack it through Mud Lane to Kn
waihae, aud then "urge" the first
Parliament "to make an appropria
tion" for a louriit travel in a rf'
rectly ojwosite direction.
There can be no doubt that two
plantations, producing 2,000 tons
of sugar each per year, bring more
wealth into the country and distri
bute it more equally, supporting
mechanics and laborers, and those
dependent on them, than 1000 tour
ists will do. This giving as little as
possible to the necessity and conve
nience of those who build up the
beneficent enterprises, and cieatc
the wealth of tho nation, and urging
upon tho passing stranger the fatted
calf with all the modern improve
ments, including music, may be re
form, but it docs not advance na
tional growth aud prosperitj'.
l'ACTS AND riGUIH'S,
Col. Spalding, President of tho
Makcc Sugar Company, writes from
Kealia, Kauai, under dato of June
22d, ns follows:
ISditoh Bulletin: You may
make public my opinion tlmt diffu
sion will prove h practical success
in tho manufacture of cane biigar.
We have made sucli decided im
provement, and have so effectually
overcome tho obstacles that at first
stood in our way, I am willing to
slate as my judgment that by diffu
sion wo will gain largely in the per
centage of sugar obtained from the
cane (say 10 per cent, to 15 per
cent, in our best mills) at a cost of
not to exceed one quarter (4.) of a
ton of coal to a ton of sugar, and
less than one dollar per ton for ex
We are now running at tho rate
of over thirty tons of sugar per day
of 21 hours,' and passing all tho dif
fusion juice (mixed with chat coal or
lignite), through our two Kroog
Fitter Presses. Tho exhausted
chips mako very fair fuel, coming
from tho two roller mill with less
than 28 per cent, moisture in thorn.
And we will do oven bettor, by-nncl-
1 enclose a few figures for tho be
nefit of planters, and congratulate
stockholders on the hopes wo may
indulge in for the future.
Z. S. SrAMHN'G.
jutk or 1'irrusioN at ki:ai.ia mill,
Jusk 20th, 1888.
Density Brix: 1st cell 1G.5, 2d
li.5, 3rd 12.0, 4th 0.0, 5th 0.5,
Ctli -1.7, 7th 3.0, 8th 2.0, Olh 0.90,
Polariscopc reading : 1st cell 53. 1,
2d -1G.G, 3rd 38.2, -lth 28.5, 5lh
20.7, Glh 15.2, 7th 10.0, 8th G.5,
0th 3.22, 10th 0.28G.
Per cent, sugar: 1st cell M.31,
2d 12.55, 3rd 10.12, 4th 7.87, 5th
5.7G, Gth 4.27,7th 2.7, 8th 1.8,9th
0.9, 10th "0.2G.
Quotient of purity: 1st cell 8G.73,
2d 8G.55, 3rd 8G.83, 4th 87.44,5th
88.G1, Gth 00.2, 7th 90.8, 8th 90.8,
9th 90.9, 10th 92.9.
Invert sugar: 1st cell 0.8G, 2d
0.87, 3d 0.7G, 4th 0.G8, 5th 0.52,
Gth 0.37, 7th 0-.27, 8th 0.18, 9th
and 10th 0.
No 10 contains tho exhausted
chips they containing a little more
sugar than the diffusion water in
aslysls or juici: AT Kr.AI.IA.
Juxu 22d, 1888.
Fiom the Battery: Brix 14.8 per
cent., Sugar 13.2G per cent., lmpu
litics 1.51 per cent., Quotient pur
ity 89.5 per cent.
From the Filter Press : Biix 14.8
per cent., Sugar 13.48 per cent, Im
purities 1.32 per cent., Quo. puiity
91.1 per cent.
Percentage sugar in exhausted
chips 0.74 per cent.
Xotieei under t'.is head are ciat'f(" 10 cents
per line lor the first Insertion, ami G cenjt per line
emu additional inseition.
CALL at No. 31 Nuuanu street, and
ixumine the curios, iust opened
never liefoic seen in this Kingdom be
fore. 70 3t
ifc (Jo '-. 72 lw
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be gialofully iccclv
eil for tho use of iho inmates of iho
Branch Hospital for Lipcrs at Kalcuako,
or at the Leper Scttlmcnt on lUolokai,
if left with J. T. Waicrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Sloro. t&f tf
LLGISLATURE OF 1888. 'The Daily
nnd Weekly Bulletin" contains the
on'y correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Lcgislnluic.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL I'vi'iiing paper. fio cents per mouth.
EGIS1ATURE OF 1888. The Daily
and Weekly Bullcl in" contains tho
only cornet nnd jeliablci repot tb of the
psocccdiugs of the picsc-nt Lcgislatuio.
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING
JL advertise it in the Daily Huu.utik
FINEST BRANDS OF CALl
JL' forma Port, Madeiia uud Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVEb & CO.,
Gl Queen street.
TOB PRINTING ot all kinds cxe-
fitted at tho Daily Buixisttn Ofllce
THE ONLY PAPER read hy all
X classes "The Daily Bulletin." 60
cents per month.
RYA'tT'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho llnest Home Made
French and Plain Candies, Iho most
Delicious Ice Oieams, or Fafacy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Cindy Factory, B ikcry and Ico Cream
Parlors, established 1S03. Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street F. Hoiin. Practical
Confection' r. Pastry Cook and Orna
mentu. 1. S. Thu only place whore
the Genuine Duller Scotch is mnuu.
fu'ituiul ami sold. 1G tf
AWAIIAN Fiuit&TaroOo. Gen.
lleinen: I have made a chemical
examination of the sample of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to me and
llnd that same is cntiioly free from any
injurious nibsiunco whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1888. 71 lm
imm i wmM
A NEAT Cottage of four
rcoms, bath loom in tho
house, and out. houses, near
the Mormon Cliuic'ii. now occupied hy
Mr. Vogel At plv
lioilschlacgei- &, o,'
Ir. Vogol, nt
Itlntr Mt near (lie lliitlce.
General Fancy Goods
Employment wanted for
C Japanose Gardeners & Yardmen.
2 " Cooks, first-class.
2 " Nurso Girls & Housemaid.
77 1 in
Mil. J, M. Camara, Jr., is authorized
to eolket for our account. Spc.
cial attention given to Portuguese out.
J. E. BKOWN & CO.,
75 tf 28 Merchant bti cot.
A SMALL Gold Breast Pin, with tho
word "Aloha." Finder will ho
riHIIE membeis of Harmony Lodge,
X No. 3, 1. O. O. P., art- notified to
bo present nt tho Lodge Bonn THIS
Monday) EVENING, nt Till) o'clock.
Business, initiation nnd diction of
ofuco'rs. Menthols of E.col lor Lodge,
No. 1,1 O. O. F.iuul Mtlng brolliois
aro coidhilly Invited.
By onh't of tho N. (.
M. I). MONSAKKAT, P. G.,
77 It Secretary.
npo tho Creditor of tho E&tnlc of
JL Chun Hoy, a bankrupt, take
'Dint tho undersigned, Assignee of tho
Estate of Chun Hoy, a bankrupt, have
preparatory lo h'n final nrcounl nnd
dividend, submitted hi- accounts rw
sucli Assignee nnd Hied the tamo bo.
foro Hon. U. F.Blckcrton, Justice of tho
Supremo Court, nt his Chambers, to
whom ho will imply at 10 o'clock A. M.,
on TUESDAY, July ilrd, 1683, for settle
ment of said accounts nnd for a dis
charge from all liability as such As
signee, and for an order to mako a
And that any person interested may
then aud there appear and contest the
same. W. U. PAKKE,
Asslenco of the Bankrupt Eslnto of
Honolulu,. Tune 31, 1S8S. 77 3t
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
The Famous Wizard of the Nortli,
Will givo a
Last & Farewell Performance
Tuesday Evening, June 26th,
AT H O'CLOCK..
In InJflllracnt of the promise made the
public, he takes pleasure In
making the following
lie will positively otpose tho famous
Cabinet Test, in full view of tho audi
ence, without the aid of a Cabinet, or
auy contrivance whatever. Ho will also
expose aud -explain the mysteiios of
Dr. Slade's Slate Writing,
Materialization of Bodies,
The Floating Table
And many otlior te3ts. Tho exposures
and explanations will bo made openly
and in full view of tho audience, from
which the closest scrutiny is invited.
Tho programme will also he replete
with new and stiutling tricks of Leger
demain and Necromancy, never before
performed in Honolulu.
AilmiHsiou 1, 75c. nnd 50c.
Hoy plan for sale of ents nor open
at J. B. Biown & Co.', Merchant htrcet.
Thursday Evening, June 28th,
RIFLES' ARMORY BENEFIT.
W. S. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy
Cheviot Hjl Mr J. h Brown
Hclviuwicy Mr. F. P.Hastings
Symperon Mr E. P. Bishop
Mr. W. M. Macfarland
Magillictidy ,.. ..Mr. Wm. Ungcr
Blinda Tiohcme Miss B. B. Parke
Mhiniu Sympcrson Miss It. Makce
Maggie Macfarlane Miss Jane Haic
Mrs. Mncfnrlanc Mits A. Walker
Parker Miss Minnie Brown
TXlICaBfe3 -(VfeJ TJSTJA.X..
Box plan opens nt J. E. Brown &
Co.'s, at D :80 a. jl, Wednesday, Juno
Doors Open 7:30-iJ3a - Curtain at 8.
ripwo mcu to worlc nt u dairy. Apply
1 to DAYI3 & WHJDEIl,
70 at Fort street.
Notice of Removal.
THE ofllco of tho Inter-Ifland Steam
Navigation Company has been re.
moved to tho premises formerly occu
pied by Plerco & Co., on Queen street.
Desirable Building" Lots
mOR SALE tno hutHlni
Mstrfr -1 l0,s. eacU " fL'ct "l- E0
KRJgB'Mg feet, and one lot 70 fcoU hy
105 feet, beautifully shunted at tho
corner of Lunalllo and Kaplolnni streets,
Tlieso eligible sites command extensive
views of land and "ocean. They aro
fenced, cleared and plntucd with trees,
and have water laid on Terms to suit
purchasers. Apply lo
70 Ut II. M. DOW.
MUSIC fuinibhed for balls, paities
and serenades hy Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at O. E. Williams
or ling up Mutual Telephone 330, 7-1 tf
THE WEEKLY BULUETIN
X Island subscription, $1 per annum.
I, 0. J
Auction Sales by Lowls J, Levey.
"revenue sale !
BY virtue of a decree issuing out of
the Supremo Court of tho Ha.
wnHnti Islands vs. -107 Hats, confiscated
under the Itovonuo Liwh of this King,
dom.lwlli sell at Public Auction, at
On TUESDAY, June 26, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
For tho benefit of tho Hawaiian
407 Assorted Hat&
fiSTTho Hals will ho on view on
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 2t Auctioneer.
By order of G. W. Mncfarlnno .Ss Co. I
will sell at my Salerooms
Hugs & Furniture
TO-MORROW, June 26, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
77 It Auctioneer.
Executors' Sale of a Valuable Lease In
Honolulu At Auction.
BY order of O. Bolte nnd L. A. Thurs
ton, Executors of tho Estato of
Geo. Englehnrdt, deceased, t will sell at
Public Auction, at my Salcsiooms,
On Wednesday, June 27th,
AT IS O'CLOCK KOOX,
The lease of thu propel ty described as
A certain piece of land and buildings
thereon, situated on tbo makni side of
Queen street, commencing on Queen
fiom tho southeast corner of Queen and
Itichard streets, and lately occupied by
iho deceased Geo. Englchardt. The
lets-c has two years to run from June 1,
IfiSS, and the lent is JJ21 per month or
$252 per annum. There is a sub lease
of a portion of the property for the
samo length of time granted to W. P.
Sharr.xt at a monthly rental of 10, and
there is on ihis portion of the property
a comfortable cotlnge and stabling for
seven lioise3, with a large piece of land
suitable for pasture.
"tSTTcrms Cash, nnd deeds at expense
of purchaser. For further particulars
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
72 Gt Auctioneer.
THE following animal
will he sold at public
auction at the Government
Pound, nt Waimano, District otEwa,
on THURSDAY, Juno 28th, at noon: 1
bullock with red stupe, wire at tho
no.c, the tip of tho hoi us cut, al:o a cut
on the neck, white spot on the stomach
aud tail, branded somewhat like a fr
Dowsftt; foro and hind left legs mo
branded with the same, and below is
branded with a peculiar brand.
Pound Master of Waimano, District
of Ewa. 78 lw
Lectures by Mrs, F. Williams
AT Harmony Hatl, on "Balzac,"
"Georgo Eliot," "Tolstoi," "Mar.
cus Aurclius," "Republic of Venice"
and "Schopenhauer;" June 20th, July
0th, 10th, 17th and 24lh, at 7:45 o'clock.
Tickets at tho bookstores or tho door.
terpress Bloth !
AS USED IN GERMANY.
FOR SALE BY
n. HAGKFELD & CO.
rpo purchase n young
X Milch Cow, Apply
lo "R. L., Bulletin
ofllco. 73 4t
t&fflffr npO purchaso or lease about
ggS,s3 X two acres land situated
Tmffim in the AValkiki District.
2jCT J. E. BROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
TF YOU , LOSE ANYTHING,
m. advertise it In tho Daily Bullbtin.
Auction Salos by Jamos F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, June 27, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho rrsldcnco of M. Leslie, Uerclanla
street, on account of departure,
I will sell at Public
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Larm Centre & Sola Ris,
Vienna Chairs & Rockers,
Wicker Rockers, 1 Pendant Light,
Poles & Curtains,
1 B. W. Marble-top Bed'm Set
Hprlng & Hair Mattrniscs,
Mosquito Net & Pillows,
Red Linen & Blankets, tfc.
2 Cots & Eattrass,
1 Cano Sctteo,
1 Wicker Bottom Child's Crib,
One Oil Range and Utensils,
Crockery & Glassware,
1 Filter, &c,
1 Ice Cliest, 1 Meat Safe, &c, &c.
JAS. F. MOliGAN,
70 8t Auctioneer.
Sale of Leases
By oulcr of the Tiustecs of
His Majesty's Estate
I will Fell at Public Auction, at my
Balesuom, Queen sticct,
On WEDNESDAY, June 27tli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK OOX,
The Leases of tho following
Pieces or Parcels of Lauds,
1 erm of 1 5 Years:
1 House Lot on King street opposite
Kawaialiao chinch, L. C. A. 200, R.
P. 4'CO U, apjna 2, ccnt'iining C square
chnius, ;'J si-uni c fathoms, and S3 square
feet. Upset price, $300 pjr annum.
2 Lot U5 at Kapaliulu, Waikiki,
apana 32. L C. A. 85&9-B, 1JJ acres.
S Lot at Manoa. R P. 130." G 30-100
4 Lot at Manoa. L. C. A. 1950. R.
P. 2593 73 100 acres.
5 Laud at Moamlua, apana 2 nnd 3.
R. P. 420. L C. A. 1751. 82-100 acres.
Land nt Kailua, Oahu, apana 2.
Grnul 2C0G. 5 75-100 acres.
7 Land at Kauhaku, Kona, Hawaii.
R. P. 2020. 373 acres.
8 Keopu 2, N. Kona, Hawaii. Part
of If. P. 314.8 apana 1.
9 Ahupuaa of Kauhiula, Hilo, Ha
waii, award 35. Jl. P. 5711. Contain
hitf 70lj' acres.
IO Tho Fish Poud of Pahounui,
Mokauea. Part of L. C. A. 0460. 10
11 Fish Pond of Ananohoiki, Mo
kauea. Part of L. C. A. C450. 18 2-10
12 Fish Pond of Ananohonui, Mo
kauea L7C. A. 0450.
13 Beaflshery of Mokauea. Part of
L. C.A. 0150. 200 acres.
14 Also the lease for 10 years of lot
at Punahou. Section 2 of apana 2. K.
P. 5901. L. C.A 3241. 30 24.100 acres.
15 Lot 18 at Kapiolani Park for the
unexpired term of leae from the Ka
piolani Park Association.
Parties purchasing the leases of the
Fish Ponds, jvlll ho rcquiied to furnish
a bond of $600. for tho faithful perform,
ancc of contract.
Terms payable Semi-annually In
EGSTFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
00 td Auctioneer.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is hereby given that the flnal
entries for tho Hawaiian Derby,
milo dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to he 11111 under tho auspices of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of June, 18S!, will be closed 011 tho 80th
of June, 1888.
Also, that nominations for the follow
ing laces must be handed to the Secre
tary, accompanied with entrance feo,
on or befoio the 30th of June, 1888.
"Hawaiian Deiby," 1890 foals of
1888 Sweepstakes of $30 added. To
bo divided as the Club may dhect.
milo dash for 2-ycar olds, native hied,
$10 to be paid on nomination, nnd $15
on or beforo tho 80th of June, 188!), for
feit unless lllled by payment o tho 10
malning $25 on or befoio Juno 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Club Cup," for
1889 Sweepstakes of $25 milled. 1 mile
dash for 8-yenr olds, native bred, $10
to bo paid on nomination, forfeit unless
lllled hy payment of remaining $15 on
or beforo Juno 1 , 18S9.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of .f50 added. To
be divided us tho Club may dhcet. 1
milo dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred,
foals of 1887, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, and $15 on or befoio tho 30th of
Juno, 1889, forfeit unless lllled by pay
incut of the lemaiiilug $25 on or beforo
Juno 1, 1S90.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of $100 added, To
bo divided as tho Club may dhect. 1
mile dish for 3-ycar olds, native bred,
foals of 1888, $10 to ho paid 011 nomina
tion, 15 on or befoio Juno 80, 1889, aud
$25 on or before Juno 30, 1890, forfeit
unless lllled by payment of tho lemahi
Ing $50 on or before Juno 1, 18pi.
CSrEntiies made nffbr nbovo dates
must pay double.
O. O. BBRGER,
Secietary, Hawaiian Jockey Club,
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"Tho Dally Bulletin," CO cents
Tho undoislgncd calls tho attention of
the puhlio to
New Lines of G-oods
.Tun received ex lato arrivals,
Hawaiian, Amoricau & English Flags,
Unso Jlnll ooiIs, Novels,
Bound Story Books
A complcto line of
Plain and Fancy Stationery I
Together with everyihlim to bo found in
a . oll.nppointul stationery ttoro.
(Ear INSPECTION IS INVITED-a
A. M. HEWETT,
05 Merchant ''treot 8m
FOR SALE CHEAP !
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
IN LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY-
CASTLE & COOKE.
B3yPriccs lists furnished on applica
tion. 04 lm
Just received a line of
Eastern Fireworks !
Tho above ai e of this year's manufacture
aud from the leading factories
c f the East.
B2f Enquire of
G. W. MAGFARLANE.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Childrens'
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
for BAia: AT
67 No. 10 Store. 2w
(Succcssois to Sanders' Express &
M. N. SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'trs.
Ofllco, Si Kins Street.
By tho consolidation of tho above
mentioned business increased .facilities
mo ol-tilncd to satisfy tho wnuts of tho
public in tho conducting of a
Geiioral Drayage & Express Business.
Wagons of tho Company aro present
at arrival of each Foreign and Islands
steamer. Full charge tuken of all bag.
gag's mid parcels of travelers, and tho
buino checked through, when ncccssnry,
10 all point". Special attention given to
tte removal of pianos ami furnituroto
and from all poluts in tho oliy and
s-uburbs. Buisonablo rates for general
diayingund all business promptly at
Tclephono No. CG -Bt Give Us a Call.
N. IK 'Iho ollecting of Rubbish,
formcily cm tied ou by Mr. N. F. Bur
gess, will ho cirricd on as usual nnd
orders may bo left asabove. -,6Q 2m
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
,Vlmlo Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wido; 2 22 feet Burf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 foot long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 3 foet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 33 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. It. ltYAN.
Boat Buildor and Ocnernl Jobber, 01 tf
I70H SALE at the Beformatory
. School, by tho halo or ton.
C5 tf f, Q, NEEDH4M,