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K by AUTHoniTY. THE MAUI RACES. thc ,naller ftfter 90,n0 nnilntca Auction Sales by Lowls J, Lovoy. Auction Salo by James F. Morgan. . .
llr , disoussion was settled by Mr. Jack , Bln,MSffSaiFi vJjv. rf-' 4ff ft H -ftltflAI -j
fti sisssxz. OhrMmas Bay at KabuluiTho Go- Avery's driving Frank S which won '",-, . ,, , ... . , U L II if in U adf MX EiinmM Fv i
IT iMl "--- aaa,TSji35JSss Last Rrflimur Sar t New Years SsbI DCAwllnBdliSIL wALUuil
i " WAMie?yiJ Tho Fnll Meeting of tho Maui syirpathics seemed nearly all en- UraMiMPt'
I, ' 111 W Rnci Association, which, owing llslci1 on ,us 9ulc a Hawaiian horse- oK TIUH SEASON. FORT !7sTOP)
E v " to the damp conditioiVof tho weather trotting against a superior bred A - An Qntnmlnii l?iriiiniJ Tlnn OQ
Km, -, .. .!. inni v 1. .,..!. mnnrtcd one. An Ontnnilnn NirtM Finn 0(Hh 1)11 l1R.II11i1R.V KVfilllllO. UfiO. V5H. fi
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In accordance with Sec. 1 of chap
ter XXVI 1 of tho lnws ol 1880.
All persons holding water privi
leges or thoso paying water rates, aro
hereby notified that tho water rates
for the term ending Juno 30, 18S9,
will bo due and payable at the office
of tho Honolulu Water Works on
tho 1st of January, 18S0.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10
raitics paying nites will plcuso
present their last receipt.
' Rates tuo payable at tlio oflico of
tho "Water Works in tho ICapuaiwa
Thc statute allowing no disciolion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C1IAS. 11. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Doc. 14, 1888.
III I Ml
Pledged to ticiltcr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, DEC. 29, 1888.
Dissatisfaction has been express
ed about the projected visit of thc
steamer Likclikc to the Molnkai Set
tlement, on Sunday next, for thc
purpose of giving people in Hono
lulu an opportunity of visiting their
friends segregated there. The mur
muring is on the ground that healthy
people will be allowed to mingle with
those infected with a contagious di
seaset, bus rendering themselves lia
ble to thc contagion. We believe this
is an entire misapprehension. We
understand that the visitors are not
to be allowed to intermingle with
the sick, but only to approach with
in easy talking distance. Mr. C.
B. Reynolds will have charge, which
we consider a sufllcient guarantee
that the regulation above noted wiU
be strictly enforced.
RECORDS OF ACKNOWLEDG
MENTS. Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1888.
V.ty. Asinono, Esq.
Sir : It having come to the know
ledge of this Bureau that a number
of agents are not complying with
the recent -fatatut'c" in 'keeping the
necessary Record of their acknow
ledgments, while others again aro
not keeping them in proper form ;
therefore for the uniform and proper
observance of tho law referred to,
this Bureau has in preparation a
printed form Record Book, which it
will be encumbent upon all agents
of this Bureau to provide themselves
with. The Books will be of uniform
size of 100 leaves, and will cost
$3.00 each. It is desired that all
agents will comply with this effort
E, 'All persons holding water rlvi- although the track was quite heavy, .t.u" iniaH Presents I lRrnHiln.v oo! UH'H. V H 'K HK. Hti V ft Ml H R.
t.Qward'a uniform observance of the
Per direction of the Minister of
Your obedient servant,
Tnos. G. TnnuM,
Registrar of Conveyances.
Honolulu, Doc. 20, 1888.
Tnos. G. TnnuM, Esq., Registrar
of Conveyances, Honolulu.
Sir : Yours of 22d, in re pur
chase of "Record" is received.
I have looked carefully at tho
law, and see no power delegated
therein, to anybody, to compel mo
to purchase for $3.00 a book sold
everywhere on the Coast for 81.50.
But it isn't the amount it's the prin
ciple that I object to. If I don't
obey the law, the remedy is pro
vided by law. Your letter concludes
"per direction of the Minister of
Interior." . It makes no difference
to -me who directs it, if it is an un
authorized "direction," as I con
ceive it is, and I must therefore
respectfully decline to entertain it.
'; ' XQUl's tr"l.V
Volnkv V. AsnFonn.
SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL.
Last evening the 1'ortuguese Sun
day school, under the superinten
dence of Mr. B. F. Dillingham, had
n Christmas festival in thc Rifle's
Armory. Thc school numbers Grj
.boysand Ifi.girla and is carried on
mnder iho auspices of thc Central
t .JJnion Church. The pupils each
rVrcceivcd a present and ico cream
Ttand cake weio handed around.
jjjjpiiring tho evening Mr. F. W. Da-
Ijjinon gavo a inagiu lantern exhibi
tion or uimicai aim oiuer scenes
whioh was much enjoyed. Tlio Por-
UjjWtso children ucloio dispersing
asEcd a hearty vote of thnnkii to tho
pupils of tho Central Union Sunday
SchooPwho defrayed tlio expenses
.PRINTING of alllilmli uxc
HUftl'UlO DAILY JJULLLllN OUlCU.
Tho Fall Meeting of tho Maui
Racine: Association, which, owing
to thc damp condition' uf tho weather
on tho lGth of November, was post
poned till Xmtis day, proved a great
success. Tho weather was very
propitious, it being calm and bright,
without being excessively hot ; and
although thc track was quite heavy,
loose and rather muddy in conse
quence of previous rains, (he time
made was very good, and goes to
show tho improvement in racing
stock since the oiganiz.Uton of the
association, an improvement which
nobody with a little knowledge of
horseflesh can fail to notice, and
which not only manifests itself in
thc lime made, but in the looks,
condition and whole bearing of the
animals. Gicat credit is duo to the
association for its earnest, untiring,
united efforts to improve stock and
awaken thc interest for good breeds.
Tho several vessels in port, as
well as thc Likclikc, which arrived
early in thc morning, had their flags
flying to thc gentle breeze, and tho
spectators at Spreckcl's Park,
(which is thc proud name of the
raco track, situate just back of Ka
hului), although not a big crowd,
were composed of thc most promi
nent people of the island thc very
creme dc la crcmc of our society.
Hut for its being Xmas day, which
kept tho whole Roman Catholic por
tion of tho population away, as well
as many otuers, tuc crown wouia
probably have been near a thou
sand. Thc races commenced about
11a. in., thc programme containing
the following events:
I. Running race, : mile dash,
free for all ; purse SCO.
1. Ivanhoe jr., bl g entered by C.
II. Broad. Time 1.31.
2. Hancock jr., b h entered by II.
II. Running race, J mile heats,
best 2 in 8, Maui bred horses. Purse
$50 and $10 added,
1. Red Oak s g C. II. Broad. Time
50 1-2 57
2. Billy S s g W. J. Sheldon.
III. Scrub race, J mile dash,
free to all horses that have never
won a public race. Purse $25 and
1. Birdcatchur bl g M. C. Ross.
2. Jack bl g Y. Alau.
IV. Trotting race, mile heats,
best 2 in 3, for Maui horses. Purse
S50 and $10 added.
1. Frank S b h Jno.II. Stelling: 2d
hcA'3.-18, 3rd heat 3.55.
2. Speculation jr. b h W. H. Corn
well: 1st heat 3.4GIJ.
V. Pony race, i mile dash, for
ponies 1-1 hands and under, catch
weights. Purse S50 and S10 added.
1. Jack bl g Y. Alan. Time 1.0:.
2. Barney b g Geo. C. Potter.
3. Pet b in E. Orasted.
4. Darling gr m Dr. Geo. Herbert.
5. Flvinc Dutchman a ir W. II.
0. The Monk b g L. von Tcmpsky.
7. Hiuawela bl g John V Kalua.
8. Waiakoa Boy gr g Palauolclo.
VI. Sweepstakes, : mile dash,
llawn bred horses. Entrance fee,
25, and $10 added.
1. Red Oak s g C. II. Broad. Time
2. Gray Eagle g g Geo. C. Potter.
VII. J mile dash, free to all Ha
waiian bred horses that never run a
public race. Purse $50.
1. Billy S s a W. J. Sheldon. Time
2. Birdcatcher bl g M. C. Ross.
VIII. Ladies' bracelet race, 1
mile dash, welter weights, gentle
men riders: 1st prize $35, 2d $15.
1. Darling g in Dr. George Herbert.
Barney b g George C. Potter.
Pet br m E. Omstcd.
Thc Monk b g Tv. von Tcmpsky.
Johnnie w g,C. B. McKcnzie.
The Cob w g F. Gay.
IX. Mule race, A mile dash,
catch weights. Purse $25, $10
1. Kula Boy b g D. P. Eldridge.
2. Little Beauty b g John II. Stel
ling. 3. Jimmy gr gjM. C. Ross.
In the first race both horses were
beautiful animals and equally fav
orites with the public. Hancock
got the start, but was soon over
taken and left considerably behind
by Ivanhoe Jr., which came in sev
eral lengths ahead.
The second race was a very good
one, thc liorbes getting a good start
and coining round almost neck and
neck, till the homestretch, when
Red Oak took thc lead and won the
1st heat by about a length. In thc
2nd heat Billy S took tho lead on
the short turn, but Red Oak crept
steadily up on him and took thc
polo bofore the the mile post, in
creasing tho distance on thc home
stretch, passing under tho wire a
length ahead of Billy S.
In the third raco the horses were
well matched, and wore racing neck
and neck nearly till tho way, Bird
catcher winning by a full' length,
after a haul tussle for the laurels.
The Trotting Race was ono of thc
events of thc day, and great excite
ment prevailed during the different
heats. Speculation won tho let
heat in :-10j, whilo Frunk S broke
badly and hardly trotted tit all. In
tho 2nd heat he had come down to
steady wot k and won It in !1:-18A.
In tho i!d heat Mr. Cornwcll was
uuubje to drive, owing to sovcre in
disposition, and a Mr, Stelling de
clared hinibclf unwilling to drive
against n professional Mr. Dick
DfiYia taking Mr, Comwcll's place
the mailer after some nniniated
discussion was settled by Mr. Jack
Avery's driving Frank S which won
the deciding 3d heat In 3:55, loudly
cheered by the spectators, whoso
sympathies seemed nearly all en
listed on his side, a Hawaiian horeo
trotting against a superior bred J
In tho Pony Raco thc interest and
excitement was at fever-heat, there
being almost as many favorites as
there were horses, and a good deal
of betting was indulged in. Jack
delighted hi3 backers and discom
fited a good many by winning the
race after a hot contest with Dar
ling aud Pet, which followed close
on his heels all the way louud and
under the wire.
The Sweepstakes was an exciting
race and the people evinced breath
less interest while it was going on.
Gray Eagle lead at the start and
would probably Have won tlie race,
but stepped in a hole with his h'nd
legs, almost sitting down on his
haunches and falling back scvoral
lengths on tho shoit turn. He
Dulled himself together very quick
ly, however, and made a noblo effort
to overtake his opponent, who mean
while had got too good a start of
him and came in, winning by nearly
In tho Maiden Race opinions were
pretty evenly divided about the two
contestant, and they kept closely
together till the homestretch, where
Billy S pulled ahead and won by a
The Ladies llracelet Kace was
one of the best races of the da,
and one in which the fair sex took a
special interest, the horses being
entered in tho the name of ladies,
who though not present were well
known to most of them. After the
usual little prancings and capers a
fair start was attained, and away
they sped, Pet taking the lead and
maintaining it till thc mile post,
where Barney and Darling whose
riders had saved their noble animals
for thc last supreme effort, edged
past and came up thc homestretch
in superb stylo, neck and neck,
Darling winning by a neck after a
most stubborn contest, both horses
being admirably ridden by their
respective owners, Messrs. Herbert
and Potter, and tumultuously cheer
ed by all present.
The Mule Race was not thc least
interesting feature of the programme
and although Jimmy showed a tend
ency to bolting toward thc Grand
Stand they managed to get a
fairly good start, Beauty leading,
but overtaken and passed on the
homestretch by Kula Boy, the victor
of many mule races in days past.
The goddess of victory gave him
tho wreath in this instance also he
winning by several lengths.
The races were over about 3:30
p. m. and the crowd dispersed with
the unanimous expression of satis
faction at having enjoyed a good
days sport. Long life and prosper
ity to the Maui Racing Association!
Headquarters, Honolulu RiCes.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1888.
THE annual election f.r Company
Oflicers of this coips will take
place as follows:
Cmnpany "C" Wedid.iy Evening,
January 2nd; Captain & Ordnance Olfl
ccr Hugh Guiin to preside.
Company 'A" 'iimrsday Evening,
Jauu-iry !!il ; Captain A Ordnance Officer
W. XV. Hall lo preside.
Company "D" Friday Evening, .Inn
uuiy 4lh Captain & Ordnance Ofllcer
Htiidi Gunn to preside.
Company "IV Tuesday Evening, Jan
uary 8ih; Captain ifc Surgeon John
Uroilie to pic-idc.
II. F. 1IEBBAKD,
Captain and Adjutant. 1S!4 Id
iWILL not be responsible- for any
debts incurred by my wife or any
one cltu without my written order after
this date. JOHN C. GALL.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 188S. 134 3t
-l BLACIC HORSE
X with white fore
head, strayed up to the
Halfway IIouss, Nuu.
anu Valley. Parly can
have mine by pioviug proptity and pay
ing for expenses and advertisement.
Apply to E. WEUY.
XTRA Finn Fruit and Citron Cake
oiunnumti-d, at (lu Pioneer Steam
Candy Faetoiy ii Balaiy. 132 4t
i-Jsf ,lnl I'niK, near thu "Ca
sep sluo," a Laicu BoarPlir.
' -Vi .U JL V.. IlllillJ . Ill llILUlfl.
Thoowmr can have tho cumo by piov,
ing piopcity and pajlug expenses of
this advertisement. If not claimed
within 10 das from dato the right of
ownership ivlil bo forfeitul
Honolulu, Deo. 27lh, 1888. 1U3 21
To Stand this Season, Jan, 1, '89
At aiokulela Htoi-K h'nrni,
Tho Importod Morgan Stallion
85 for l'.acli ninrc.
Mines hied to "GLOftY" can icmuln
on thu farm at a pasturage at $12 per
annum. Every cure taken but no res
,Qr"Mures not proving in foal may bu
returned ucxv boueoii free of charge, if I
still own tho Horse. J, AY.
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
I will soil nt Public Auction at my Sides,
loans, the bilftiice left of
Toys, Gliiiia & Glass Wars,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
132 Ht Auctioneer.
Tax Collector's Notice,
LL Taxes for the District of Ilono.
lulu which iiro delinquent on
January 1. 1889, will be charged 10 per
cent additional, as authorized lv law.
OIIAS. T. GUL1CK,
W. L. Queen,
Minister nf Finance.
Honolulu, Dec. 2S, 1S8S. IS: lw
A SPECIAL mcclini? of tho stock,
holders of the Wnioliinu Agricul
tural & GrnxliiK Co (Limited;, will ho
held on WEDNESDAY, thu 'th day of
jnnunry, uttliu olllce of C. P. I-iukui,
Honolulu, ut 10 o'clock a. m
C. 1. IAUKKA,
12S td Seeretiiry.
rpHE largest assortment of Orna-
niented Fruit anil Citron Cnku for
New Years' Piesents, nt tlio Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory it llnUery.
"OY n Portuguese nnd
his wife. Thc
JD man can do aid w oil: the woman
wash anil cook.
at this ofiico.
BY a Japancu and his wife. The
man can attend to horse and car
riage, do yard work. Woman a good
cool; or can look after children. Apply
at this olllce. . 131 lw
AGIIiL or Woman to assist in general
housework. Apply ut this olllce.
A CHEQUE for$87,ri0 diawn on Bis
hop it Co. by II A. Lyman in
fdvor ot Miss J. Barnard. Payment
stopped at the bank, licturn to this
olllce. 181 St
wx A THE COTTAGE No.
sjpV?,5Sn JL School SftreU,
the Government School. Ap
ply to T. A. Lloyd, Kulihi, or, ring up
Bell Telephone Ho 71. 132 lw
ffMIE New Cottage on Bore-
B.gS3is2ra prising parlois, dinlngroom,
rsw.Mvja -a- ii.Mi.. n'n tt j-ii. .'. V.U1H-
pantry, kitchen, 2 bediooms, bathroom,
etc. Apply nt
rPHE w-ell known Delicious Mince
X l'ies for New Year, at tbe Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory it Bakeiv.
FOR RENT or LEASE
THE Store and Offices on
Nuuanu street, now oc
cupicd by Chilian & Co. Pos
session given in .Immnry. For teims
apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
child. New to
'vcrsiblc child's saddlo
with bridle. All com.
plcte. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
ONE Thoroughbi cd
Huieford Bull, im.
polled from New Zea
land; about S years old.
Can be seen in tho paddock opposite
Puimbou. Inquire of
O. II. .TUDD,
114 1m At A. J Cartwrigbt's.
RS. GASCOYNE is prepaid! to
iccclvo orders for Dyeing all
clafses of Goods at the Ihompson's
Celebrated Dye Works of San Fran
cisco. Hampli-s of the Dye in all tho
various colow and Blindu can be seen
on application to Mis. Gascoy lie's Dioss.
making Hooniy. Ordeia promptly at
tended to. 1091m
Christmas & New Year's Cards
Just ltccelved nt
A. L. SMITH'S STORE,
I'iU'KUiit AwNtti'tmuiit oi Otmln,
All New Patterns; and must be teen
to bu appreciated. Also
a Choleo Lot of
Dolls, Dressed & Undressed,
l.aruu ami Small Dolls, with kid
bodies, that will fit down, liu down,
etc., Chlldrun'a Building Blocks,
Ludlos, Lop Boards, Dress Forms,
And Skirl Forms, very nice; etc,
At my Hiilcsrooiii, ()iinen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, an
I-2olily O oods
Embroldod & Hemstitched
Pongee Pajama Suits,
White Silk Pajama Suits,
Japaticso Tea Bets,
DECORATED DINNER SETS,
Japaucso Punch Bowls,
Embrd. Wool Shawls
Ladies Dress Goods,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
bo sold at nuy price.
this siod; must
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
ALL pei son found trespassing or
bhocitinjr on thc lands of the un
dersigned in or fccir Pulolo Valley, will
be pro rental according to law.
Palolo, December 1, 1888. 127 2w
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dcrsigned, Administrator of the
Estate of Frank Antone, late of AVai
mano, Ewa, Oahu, deceived, will sell at
public auction at snld Waimnno, oppo
site tho Court House in said Waimano,
On Saturday, Jan. 5, 1S89,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M..
2 Wooden Houses, 8 Working Bullocks,
12 Stucis, 18 Cows and 11 Calves, 3
Hors-cs, 3 Mnrci and 2 Colts, 1 Bullock
Wagon, 1 Milk Wagon, 2 Plows, 2
Yokes, 3 Ohalu?. 1 Clock, 1 Watch, 11
Goats ar,d a lot of Household Furniture.
Administrator of thu Estate of Frank
Honolulu, Drc. 21 188S, 130 lit
Hay's Ginger Cbipape
Delicious Non-Intoxicating and
Invigorating Tonio Beverage.
This Sparkling, Exliilaratmg if- Jic
frcslu'Hg Drink, while being lar more
agreeable in bouquet ami flavor than
the Pinest Chamfagne, is, at the same
time, unlike it,
Free from Alcohol !
"An excellent and most agreeable
beverage.'' Thc Lancet.
"Ouo ol thc most delicate and whole
somo di inks in thu market. Tliocreami.
ncss, color, and oven thc aroma of cham
pagne arc precisely imitated, and tho
after-flavor of tho Ginger Essence is
peculiarly grateful." Medical Press.
Price, $2 & $2.50 per doz., delivered
FOK UXI.K OXIV BY
X E. BROWN & CO.,
132J 28 Merchant Street. 1.1m
Tlio Xlupon Yuhcu KalMlia'rt
Will leavo for above ports, posi
January 2nd, 1889,
Chinese Passengers for Hongkong
will bo transferred ot Yokohama to tho
Hongkong steamer without extra ex
pensc. All baggago whilst awaiting
transfer will bo propeily cared for nnd
protected by thu Steamship Co.
Tlie undersigned call the special atten
tion of excursionists to tho fact that tlie
'S. 8. Takusogo Maru" will return to
this port in March, which will allow
lounil trip passengers about a mouth or
six weeks to visit Yokohama, Shanghai,
tlio Inland Sea and other places of in
terost in Japan.
Round Trip Faro to Yokohama:
lHt Cabin, 50;
and Onbiii, 8120.
CrFor Freight or Passage, having
Superior Cabin aud Hteerago Accommo
dations, apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO,,
CATTLE and HORSES
JBi. J. IOJLiTirES
Has .Tuit llcrolvcd a Lirgo Lot of tho Finest llinnds of
6T ESPECIALLY for
CIGARETTES ol llio following Well-known
Richmond Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc!
A! an Assortment of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
of North Cnrolinn,
Our Boys, Rifle,
Gem, Lone Jack,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
icGo oi ine
A LARGE VARIETY OF-
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
mi Briar Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, &c, &c. rim
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
Just Arriveil Ex. "Australia"
Fisk Chuk & Flagg's Scarfs
Leather Toilet Sets,
-GREAT VA1UETY OF-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
"liio fcUllc IJtiiiaiux-liiolV),
Tine Fancy Socks, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latest styles in Collars & Culls. Latest novelties in fine full
Dress Slils, Pepe lit PlaM Front !
-FINE ASSORTMENT OF-
BEST QUALITY OF
Visit Our Store and Get Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sain every customer purchasing tlio amount of $2,50 worth
will received a hundbome
Silver mJ Silver
Present fWf5"" P
Coino and oxnmi.no our Now Goods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in price thon elsewhere. It is our unalterablo dotoiininatioa to
havo no recourse to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advertisomont
truly ropresonls the Goods wo offer for salo.
Over 120 doz, of Ladies' Fine White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
gC'Look at our Hotel Btreet window and seo the fine display of Silver
ware suitable for tho Holidays.
Tho near appioach of tlio Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo make the most radical and swooping changes in our prioos,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
patious can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which hao never been equaled.
Hosiery ! hosiery I Hosiery ! Hosiery I
gjtT Tm is tho Heaviest Cut in Prices ovor attempted.
S"T"yo will niako reductions in all our dopaitments.
tbe HOLIDAYS -a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ol the following
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
.blc, .Etc., Ifito, Etc.
tlis Tew Best Manilas !
Mam for Hollar Gilts
it Fino Silk Suspenders,
Plush Toilet Sets,
STFSAW HATS, ETC
Etc., Etc., Etc.