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MONDAY, JUNE 9, 18J0.
OAUU RAILWAY & LAND COMPAhTS
A. M. 1'. .M.
Leave Iluuolulu :c0 2:00
Arrive- Mamma. ....... 0 : IS 2:18
Leave Miinmtu 11:1)3 1 :0U
All'iVO Honolulu Ui-lS 4:4S
A. SI. P. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu... 0:30 12:;0 0:00
Aillvo Jliumnu ...20:18 1:18 8:43
Leave .Mtui.tua.... 11:00 1:43 '1:05
AiilvuHmiottdti... 11:43 2:01 4:53
-.-. i "jj"wi;y,.jj'i..y;';'ii',.iV'.Mij1.'1, TIT"!
Am bk F S Thompson, 17 days from cnn
Scliv ilary fium Huuiilcl
fc'ehr Sarah & Hll.n trotu Iiooluu
Sch'r KnulbcaouH'lroui Kohulu.
Stun- Mlkulinln from Kauai
Stmr Pele from Huniakua
Stmr W..iulciilsfi'oiii Kauai
tttiurlwaliinl from llumuUuu
irchrLlliollho (ioiii Kauai
Echr Kualokul from Kool.iu
Am bkt G Wilder. T II Griffiths, 10
days fiom San 1-raiielseo
Stmr Llkellke for Maul nt 5 ii m
btmi'.I a . umuilns for Koultiu nt 0 a in
US ,i Adams, J U Given, for San
Stmr Mokollt for Molnknl at 5 p in
tstinr .las Malice for Kapaa ul 5 p ui
Bohr Ktiliimauu for Puna
Stmr W G Hull for Hawaii and Until at
10 ii m
, Strar Mikitlmla for Knual at 5 p in
i Stmr Wuhdea o for Kiluuea nnd Ilnna
' lei it '1 p m
Stmr Kulniiloa for Elce'e at 5 p m
lluw b4 Andrew Welch, W U Muiston,
fur S.tn Francisco nl 2 prn
From ban Francisco, per II M S S
Ztalundln. June 7 Julius Antlion, wife
and 3 eluldieii, U? K Aiild, .Miss M i
Auld. Mies L K nuutley, U A Brown,
wife, sou and maid. W li Brown, Mrs
U Collier, iliss K Collier. Ml3Dllllug
liain. J U B llebbaid and wife, .Ml&s A
L tJodge, nenry Hooper, Aliss Komo
ikeehucbii. 1 u Jones and wife, Aihs
AduJoues, ItL Keller, .Mrs Keenly
und maid, 31rs John Ldgule, J M Lyd
gate, is Murphy, E J ".vers. Dr A It
iCowataud wife, Mis Clara chiinbel.
Mu3 ICua Schnabel, Ernest -Sclinabel,
G .chumaii, Mls F U Smhcrl.iud, (leo
11 Yong, und 'ij in tiaubit for Aueklnnd
For the rolonies, per V. M S S Zca
landla, Juno 7 .Miss I.lslimaii, G T
llaggj, 3 btccr.ige, and DJ cabin ami S
From Humakua, per ftnir Iwnlani,
JunoH. Mrs.W H Itlekard and 4 ehll-
drecf, MisLPLumaliKihol, W Hannc-
' lieiL'. It T Rlckard, C Xotley, jr, nnd 3
children, and 30 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahaln, Juno
8 -U Lludeumin, Col 'A S fpjldiug, 11
Ho lie, Mrs II J Jollo, Miss Nolle, Capt
K').s, Miaies D and E ! edau, G C
Fa rehild. W R Mms, It A Maetle, jr, A
Fowler, J K hurley, J R Msiiim nt, J .
Buckley, f1 Laffey, K Kntsiini, J atulicr
land. .1 Mitchell and la deck.
For Royal Roads, Vancouver Island,
X per nk .Matil'la, June 7 It C Barnlleld.
F0REIJN V.St ELS PDRr.
U S F S t harleslon, Rear-Admiral Geo
Blown, from ban I'rnneUco
H B M S Acorn, Geo X A X'ollurd, from
Esquhnaiilt, B O
U S b Mnbie, McCnrlcy, from Snmna
Br cblp Bonowdale, Guthrie, from
BktV.untir, Dow, from San Frincl'-co
Am 4-mtd frelir Go, den Shore, Hender.
eon, from Newcastle, N S u
Am bkt Robert Sudden, II O Ulberg,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am hk Colusa, Backus, from Newcastle,
Am miss packet Morning Stnr, G F
Garland, from South Sea Island-
Am tern Alcalde, A Smith, fioiu Tort
Am bkc S G Wilder, Griffiths, from San
, Fr.ui isco
Am bs F S Thompson, from Sau Fran
FOREICK VESSELS EXPCGTCIX
Bkt J A Falkenbuig. from 1'eriT, (for
Knliu ul) due May .
Br ship Blengllcld b:i!lcu-ol. Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 2i
Ger uk Adonis from Bremen '
Ger bk F.tust, from New York
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Bkt Ulsuowiy, McNeil, from San Fran
cisco, dins .May 11
Dr bk Blrker from Loudon, sailed Apr
15, due Aug'Ja
It M'ci S Zealandln. from San Francisco
cu route to the Colonics due June 7
Jap S S iMignmi Mam from Yokohama
due June 10
O&OS Lity of Peking fiorn San
Francisco dun June XI
Am bk W B Godfrey, It Dabel, from
Sun Finuclseo due Juno 11
m bk Ceylon, R Cuihr.un, from Sau
Fraucircodue Juiiit 15
un but S N Castle, L II Hubbard, from
tiun Fiuneijco, due June 0
Am bk S C Allen, T Ttionipson, from
San FraueUco due Juno 7
Am bkt W tl Dlmoiid, I' Drrw, from
iin Fi-ini'i-co (lue.luua 15
The Hawaiian balk Anihow Welch.
Caplilu W II Mnrstun, will fall to-m r
row afternoon with about ldji) tons of
The steamer Klnau will arrive to
morrow morning from windward poru.
Tho Rclu'ouer Golden bhoie U taking
in sugar tit tho OSS Co's whaif.
The fcteauici'rs Iwalanl and Pole
brought 4&U1 and 1!1'J0 biigH mgar le
bpectlvely Sundiiy from liiunnkua.
Tho steamer Mokolil brought &00 bags
sugar, 10 head cuttle, and '.'J fliecp
The steamer Wahi calu brought 31C0
bag sugar Sunday frdin Kauul.
The biirkentlne : G Wl dor, Captain
T II Grlfllths, ant veil this morning 10
days fiom Mm Fiaueisco with general
merchandise, 87 mules and 11) ho ses.
MALMGREN In Alameda county,
May 22, Kllrs M Malmgrun, a
nutlvo ot Sweden, aged 75ycais, 5
mouths, niiiin days. Hu waa tlio
father of Mra, A; Wcuner, of this
LOCAL & GENERAL KEV3.
A eiZTicn dog has been lot.
Dn. Hcnki AlcGasw
has it sinned
A. W. Rowat, V. ii. i ugnin prac
tising hi.i profession in Ilunoliilu.
A tit.ACK enunioled pansy luooch
bus been lot, nnd u inward is offered
for its! recovery.
Tun mail despatched per
Australia, J nni 0, conchtcd of
lcttois uud 2J-J6 papeu.
The regular train from Ihe dvpot
to Manniui will leave nt V:20 o'clock
on Wwducsdfy, the lltb ioatunt.
Mb. Wcuner w.u knocked down
and ne.uly run oer by n King eireol
ti'itnu'ur, Salutduy afternoon, while
gelling on aL the fioul plaifonn,
Tub St. Andrew's Chinch will hold
its rtgul.ir monthly meeting ul Iho
Uulhefliiil Kundiiy Schoolroom lo
nioncw evening, nt 7'bO o'clock.
Mn. U. A. Brown, who, alone; with
Mra. Brown, returned from a visit to
the United States by the Zealundiu,
on Saturday, hue tin tiihnkj of .the
Bulletin for n file of late ban Fran
.Tun latter p..rt of the Attorney
Gcnoial's speccli i much condeiued,
in order to cover tho whole giouml
in this issue. Next ietue n fuiier re
poit will begin nt tltu point wlioro
the condonsution begins.
Ox Saturday one of tho dolivciy
horses belonging Iti Henry Davis &
Co., diopped deud on the street. The
other cannot stand without support.
The hoise.s were at ilist thought to
be foundered, but novr Mr. Davis
thinks they have been poisoned. The
stomach of lb.3 dead liorso will bn
Tin Chicago Evening Post of May
5th him "notee of a journey from
Aueduliu to America, via Honolulu,"
written by Miss Nolly Sttickland,
(Mrs. Berry,) who played in our
Opera House with Miss llntiu Pul
nuni, cix or eiglit nionlhs ago. The
"notoa" aie eloquently deaeiiptivo
of Honolulu and highly flaUerins to
Mx. Allen Hutchinson'? latest pro
duction is now on exhibition at King
Brothers' art store, Hotel street. It
is a quarter-life size statuette of Dr.
Brodie'a five-year old stallion "Nym."
i'liirf ij a cl.isj of work which ii 'con
sidered tho most difficult In sculp
ture, nod the tu list in this) cneo has
successfully uccomplishtd the intri
cate lu-k, 'which any competent
judge will readily pctccivc on inspec
tion. EVENTJfTiiis" EVENING.
Band concert nt Emma Square,
Harmony Lodge No. S I. O. of O.
Meeting Staff and Line Olllcorsi
Honolulu Rifles, 7:S0.
Organ recital at Kaumakapill
Church, at 7:45.
The California Sugar Refinery ad
vanced tins price of refined sugar $
cent per pound on May 'iCtli. New
York quotation on the 30th was,
grnuulatcd, G cents.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square
commencing at 7:30 o'olock. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
Overture- Ilungariau Bela
Polka Ciivaller Fain bach
Finale lilvoiiHU I'ctiella
Reminiscences of Donizetti. ...Godftey
Llpollpo, Malanai, Maliina.
Medley 'flip to Coney Island... Tobani
Gavotte - Rhine .Sounds Latauii
Patrol Mount Guard F.ileuberg
Waltz Golden Shon er Waldteutel
TO-NIGHT'S ORGAN RECITAL.
The following programmo will be
presented at lliutwelfth organ recital
nt Knumnknpill church this evening
commencing at 7:45 o'clock. The
admission is twenly-llvo cents, and
tickets will be on sale at the door :
Olfei toire in B Hat major. . ,
Andante in n minor
6oug Ihe River of Years.
Mr, S. G W ilder
Pnfltornto In A
Solo-See 'tii the hour ( Lucl.O
MUs Caiile MiLainu.
Organ Fnutasla Lommens
Song The Lost t hurd Sullivan
Mr. R. C. Motitcagle.
War March fiom Athu ie.. Mendelssohn
SUDDEN AND SAD.
The uppermost topic of talk on
tho sticets, shortly uftcr tho Zealnn
dia came into port, on Saturday
afternoon, wns tho sad lato of Harry
Auld. On the SOtli May, a locomo
tive, taking a carriage full of pas
sengers witli it, plunged into the
water at Webster street, Alameda
county, California, while tho draw
bridgo was open. Harry Auld was
one of the passengers, and was
drowned in the car with many oth
eis. This sad news created a wide
spread feeling of aloom. Harry was
a clcik m tho Honolulu Custom
House, absent on leave, for the
purpose of bringing homo his two
sisters from school. He was one of
the most accommodating of the Cus
toms ofllciuls, as well us being ex
emplnrily affable in social life, for
whldh reasons he had a foremost
place in general esteem. So sudden
uti ending to ono so much liked uud
so full of prouiso U sad indeed,
DAILX .BULLETIN : ILOiN'OLULU, U. L,
Mcs'inr, ijuiii! U.
Tim House :ijoinblel nt 10 o'
clock. Prayer was offered by Rev.
J. Wahiuuiu, (.'linplaiii. Minuter
weru read by SeiTotar.y elm's. NVil-
cox and lnterpietcr W. L. Wilcox.
Miniater Aahford rose to a ijuci
tioti of privilege, in order to answer
the cliaruLij of Minister Thurston.
Rep. Biown lose to a point of or
der. The President having ruled
that Minuter AsJiford was entitled
to the floor on a question of privi
lege. Rep, llrimn appealed from
the ruli'iiy on Hie ground that the
Minister would hnvo un opportunity
of leplying when the answer of the
Min.stcr of Interior enmc before the
committee of the whole.
Mlnisler Asliford clninicd that u.
Minister Thurston Hpoke on n mat
ter of privilege, the reply to his
imniguu were equally a matter of
privilege. Tlteie were peculiar uir
eumsUtuoea in addition which de
manded tbt his answer should come
beore tho House. There was a for
eijjn mail leaving to-day. If the
statement ot the Minister of the In
terior went nhroid hy that foreign
mail without contradiction, ' would
lead people abroad to behove that
tliero was an insurrection fomented
in lhi9 country a') lato us April last
and that ofllcers of the Government
were concerned in it. He wished to
show that there was no tnMirroction
nor the slightest danger of one. It
was nothing to hiin if the lion, re-pre.-entatlvo
of the Fifth District
(R. 'W. Wilcox) wished also to reply
to the Minister of the Interior.
Rep. Kalua had looked over the rules
of tho House and had seen nothing
to forbid the Attorney-General from
replying now. Perhaps the only ad
vantage was in having the Attomey
Geneial'o reply come before tho
committee of the whole in printed
form with the other documents. If
tho Attorney-General was wrong the
whole Cabinet was responsible for
hiin, nnd if the other three were
wrong the Attorney-General Mioukl
be condemned witli them. It was
very mortifying to see the Minis
ters occupying tha time of the House
quarrelling among themselves. If
what the Minister of tho Interior
said the other day W119 true, then
the Attorney-General deserved im
peachment, and if what the Attorney-General
says ia true perhaps
some of the other members should
hu impeached. IIu agreed with
Rep. Brown that Hie Attorney
Geui'ial should state the points on
which he wishes to reply, as they
did not want him to get off (.everal
fathoms of speech on which the Min
ister of Interior might desire to
make another speech, and so on un
til tho House would ho kept for
weeks listening to those two Minis
Noblo.T. M. Homer thought it
would have been better for tho
llousu if the lion, member for "Wui
luku had spent less time replying to
himself. The simple point at issue
wu3 whether they should hear the
Attorney-General now or t a later
time. He thought they should hear
what the Attorney-General has to
say now. He wanted to hear it nnd
no doubt the House felt likewise.
Rep. Brown stated his difl'ercnco
with the ohair to be that, under par
liamentary law, when a member
wished to speak to a question of
privilege, he should stale to the
Chair what the question was
Noble Widemann said the ques
tion wus whether tho House should
refuse to sustain the Chair and thus
prevent the Attorney-General fiom
making his reply. He would read
a few words from this morning's
"Thunderer" (Advertiser): "What
has become of the Anglo-Saxon lovo
of fair nlav in the IlouseV" What
had become of it in view of such
a motiou as this? He had not seen
a member of the lloiue who had
tried to shut off the Minister of Hid
Interior, or tlie Noble from Maui
from bringing in his minority report
on Foreign Affairs.
Rep. Kaliookano believed the Attorney-General
should mako his re
ply becauso tho Minister of the In
terior went beyond the month of
April. Ho moved tho previous
question winch carried.
The ruling of tho Chair was &tis
tained almost unai.imously.
Minister Asliford began to state
Rep. Brown raised tho point of
order that there was nothing before
the House. A question of privilege
must bo taised ut tho time the mut
ter arises or within forty-eight
Minister Asliford &aid he raised
the question at the time, and in the
second place, this was a question of
privilege. Hu cited tho case of Se
nator Stewart, conveyed in last
mail, who was ullowed to raise a
Question of privilege in tho United
Stales Senate on a statement made
hy Major Powell, an outsider. (The
Chair again rules that the Attoruey
General has the lloor.) The Min
ister of tho Interior had replied by
admitting his violation of the law,
in that ho and his colleagues hail
advised and directed the Marshal,
who is under the official control of
The excuse of tho Minister of the
Interior was that tliero was reason
to believe tha', violence was intended
and that ho (Attorney-Geneial) was
conniving at the intended violence.
Thnlr confession was that th03diad
advised tho Marshal, assisting him
in defying tho law. The speaker
ror.d tde following extracts from
Chop. 8 of Laws of 1883: "Tho
Attorney-General bhall have tho
caie, supervision, and control of the
entire internal police of the King
dom, iubject to the piovisions of
this Act. Tliero shall he a Marshal
of the Kingdom, hereinafter named
the Marshal. l shall hu the Chief
of Police for the Kingdom, and shall
be responsible to tho Attorney-Gen-eitil."
Tho Minister of lnteiior had
n hand in pulsing that law. Tho
wont "reiponsible" could only mean
that the oHlocr mint he under the
direction and obey the instructions
of the Attorney-General, not to look
elsewhere or go beyond his own de
partment. "Responsible" mcunt
that lie was not to obey Hie orders
of any other ollh-inl but his superior,
uud if he could not .-ee his way clear
to obey I1b supriior his manifest
duty was to resign. When thu Min
ister of inteiior and other colleagues
Deduced the Marshal from his loyalty
and allegiance, they commitlud :i
vciy serious crime. That theio was
no armed collision us the result of
this inteiforcnco wa3 due to the
quietness of the other side, us thu
native populace iu particular were
very much excited over the matter.
Draw n compnri-oii between this De
partment and that of Forcin Af
fairs. Tho Minister of Foreign
Aff:ilr3 is at the head of the military.
Let them suppose that the Altoruey
General interfered with the house
hold troops, and sent tlieni running
through the taro patches of Palaiua
us the Minister of Foreign Alfuirs
nnd two colleagues did with tho po
licewould they not cull out: "Away
with hiin I Away with him! Crucify
him! Crucify him!" It was morally
ceituin that they would have raised
such a cry, nnd would have taken
no excuse for the interference. The
clamor for his official scalp would
have drowned all excuses. This
state of affairs they admitted and
sought to justify in this House. He
would therefore attempt to defend
The Minister of Interior had gone
hack to ancient history to show that
there was some imminent danger,
with which he connected II. W. Wil
cox nnd V. V. Asliford. He had
heard statements on the street, and
some pertons told him stoiies, but
only one name was given, and on
such statements thu Minister had
asked that two men be condemned
unheard. It. W. Wilcox had the
privilege of defending himself on the
lloor of the House, leaving to the
speaker to defend V. V. Asliford
who had not that, privilege. Minis
ter Thurston had acted as n detec
tive, as a judge, as a Jury, and now
ho wants to net as executioner.
Scripture said that all who drew the
aword would perish by the sword.
Minister Thurston had gone into se
cret history and he thanked him for
that opportunity, nnd proposed to
follow hi m and to dcstioy him hy
his own weapons. Thu spirit breath
ed all through the Minister of In
terior's statement wa that ho had
no feeling against V. V. Asliford.
He proposed to prove otherwise,
that this was entirely untrue, that
that they had teen in hostility, and
that this hostility began in the 'move
ment to found n republic hctc in
stead of a kingdom.
Rop. Rickard I desire lo ask
how far this statement is to ho al
lowed to extend.
Noble Widemann The Attorney
General has the floor.
Minister Asliford It ia to extend
as far as necessary lo prove my
case. Thu Minister of Interior was
allowed to go back to the Hood if ho
wished and I propose
Rep. Rickard again interrupts.
Minister Ashtord It extends to
this if tliis charge is maintained
against me it must be on every
point, and if I break down ono point
L break down the whole. And
thcreforo I deprecate any attempt
to choke me off.
Rep. Brown I iise to the point
of order that the Minister must con
fine himself to persons who have n
right to he heard on the floor of this
Minister Ashford--Did tho Min
ister of the Interior confine himself
to members of tho House?
Rep. Brown No; but neither
the President nor any member call
ed him to older. When this matter
is returned the Attorney-General
can talk from morning to night, hut
ho is now taking up the time of the
Hotiso against the lilies.
Rep. Bush contended that this
question had been settled by the
House, nnd the Attorney-General
should have the full benefit of the
The President I rule that the
Attorney-General ia not in older.
Minuter Asliford proceeded. Uo
said tho hostility between Mr.
Thurston and V. V. Asliford origin
ated in the League- that produced
the revolution of 1887. They wcro
both on a committeu of five to pre
pare a ticket of otllcers of tho Ha
waiian Republic. Mr. Thurston
ignored the rest of the committeo
and pioposcd a ticket mainly made
up or servants of C. Brewer & Co.
The people never knew how near
they wero to having Mr. Daniel
Foster as Pretident of tho Hawaiian
Republic. Tho insurrection of 1887
planned by It. W. Wilcox was only
a continuation of a scheme of thu
Ministers to replace the King on the
throne by his sister, Princess Liliu
okalani. One ot those implicated
with Wilcox was kept in a most lu
crative ofllco by Minister Thurston,
and Wilcox wan only allowed to
esoapo prosecution becauso Mr.
Thurston did not want to prosecute
JUOTii 9, lbtfO.
rM'r.Mr... ?u tnA.tait jwt,
this ofllcer of his department. A.
9, Ilartwcll, the particular friend of
tho majority of the Cabinet,
had expressed his contempt for
the treatment of V. V. Asli
ford, abusing him uftcr going
on their bellies to him for protec
tion when in danger. Thu Minister
of Interior, contraiy to his state
ment, had interfered iu tho Col
onelcy election. He hud made bil
lets for Cupts. Langley and Fcrrcira
to get their otos for Mujor Heh
li.inl, another ofllcinl in thu Interior
Department, but he didn't get their
votes after all. As to July 30 the
Cabinet v. etc In the boncyurd when
the sun rose, and they were resur
rected becauso V. V. Ashford's
heart was In his work. The Minis
try was to blame for that insurrec
tion, and the police department
shared in the blame because of that
"rotten reed" in the Station, John
II. Sopur, MarEh.il. Tf V. V. Ash
foul was with the conspirators why
did thu Government organ in its
"steamer edition" of insurrection
news, give him lirat credit for put
ting it down? The sneaker quoted
the passage from the Adveitiscr to
that effect, also the advertisement
of thanks iroin tho Cabinet to V. V.
Asliford and olhcru, published "by
authority iu the Bulliiix.
At 12:08 Minister Asliford moved
the House took a recess till 1 :30,
when he would resume hi 3 remarks.
A STAR THIUMPH.
liontiintn fcrintcit Htxtrcn to Xtno--.Vrlilcxit
uciil It. ill V.'i'tuliHi'.
The Star defeated the Honolulu
Club before a largo ctowd, Satur
day, by it score of sixteen to nine.
Play was spoiled for both sides, and
once or twice suspended, through
rain falling. While the Star was to
bat in the first inning Hay Wode
house, catcher for thu Honolulu,
running to catch n liall, slipped and
struck' his head against the backstop.
His forehead was badly bruised and
the skin over the left eyo broken.
The shock almost stunned him and
made the rest of the game n severe
trial to his fortitude. Winter made
a three-base hit in the second inning,
nnd Chan. Wilder a home run in the
seventh. Below arc an abbreviated
sketch of thu game aud the otliciat
1st Chandler, first on error, aud
Chan. Wilder, first on balls, scored
for Star. Whitney, first on error,
scored on a wild throw for Hono
lulu. 2nd Winter, threc-baso hit,
scored on Carter, who- was third
out, at second. Desha, base on
balls, scored on W. Lucas, two out
between them. G. Lucas making
a lly to centre, left W. Lucas and
II. Wodehouse on bases.
3rd Chandler, strikes ; Chan.
Wilder, lly to centre ; J. Perry, out
at first. Whitney, baso on balls;
Fredenberg;' second on wild throw ;
Desha, basu hi I, and Parker, baso
on error, nil 3eored.
lth E. Wodehouse, baso hit, out
stealingthird;Chas. Wilder, strikes;
A. Perry, base on balls, scored on
Wild throw. Geo. Lucas and Whit
ney, out at first; Fredenberg,
oth Winter, base on balls ;sccond
on Carter's out at first; home on
Chandler; Chan. Wilder, foul fly,
and Chandler put out, stealing base.
Desha, base on balls, and Parker,
on hit, both scored.
Gtli J. Perry, first on error, E.
Wodehouc, on balls, and Chas.
Wilder, hit, all scored; then A.
Perry went out at first, and Conradt
and Winter wore, put out by Whit
ney's lightning double play with
Parker. u. Luca9, YUiitney, anil
Fredenberg went out suddenly on
two Hies uud a foul.
7th Chan. Wilder scored when
Carter, fly, and Chandler, at first,
had been put out; J. Perry, fly to
centre. A. Lucas, fly to first;
Desha scored after getting base on
error; Coyne and W. Lucas, left on
bases by II. Wodchouse'a foul tip.
The sides were then tied.
8th E. Wodehouse, out on a
running catch of fly by George
Lucas; Chas. Wilder out ou a
running catch by Hay Wodehouse;
A. Perry, base on balls, scored ;
Conradt, first on a throw from third
at Perry, also scored. Winter, baso
hit; Cuiter, first ou error both ad
vanced a base by Chandler, hase on
halls; three left on bases by Chan.
Wilder striking out. G. Lucas,
baso hit, out at third ; Whitney, first
on ball thrown lo third, left at
second by Fredenberg, fly to left,
and A. Lucas, foul tip.
Oth J. Perry, base on balls; E.
Wodehouse, on wild throw; Chas.
Wilder, second on error; A. Perry,
first on error, anil Conradt, running
on three strikes, all scored. Winter
aud Carter, out ut Hist ; Chandler,
by running catch of Whitney.
DcsIm, tly lo short, and Parker and
Coyne out nt first from Caitcr, end
edlhc day for Honolulu, seven behind.
KAJir.S, t. it. n.ii, o. a. r..
Chandler, p. Ti 1 0 I J 0
Wilier, Chan, c 12 10 0 1
Perrr, J. r. I 12 O 0 0 0
Wodehouse, E till. 1 2 1 2 2 5
Wlldi-r, ha, s.s. fi 2 2 3 3 2
Perry. A. Istb... 3. 3 1 13 0 0
Conradt, c.f I '-' 1 10 0
Winter, l.f 4 2 1 10 0
Caiter, 2d b "i 0 10 4 0
Total 33 10 8 27 13 8
T. 11. 11. It. O. A. V.
Luca?, G. s.s
I.iiimh. A. r.f
Coyne, e f
Lucas, W p
II !) 7 '.'7 17 7
J 1 0 1 1 i! 1 2 510
1 14 0 2 0 10 00
Earned runs Stat':! 3.
Two-bisu lilts A Lucni.
Three-bdsu hits J. Wiutcr.
Home i tin Chan. Wilder.
Double plavs Lucas W. to I'arkor;
Whitney lo I'arkcr
Bases on b.ilh-Dosha 2. Whitney,
Chandler, Chin. Wilder, J. Perry 2,
Com. ult, A. Pony. Win! jr.
Struck out l'lii'ileuh.M'g, W. Lucas,
Chandler. Chan. Wilder, Cha. Wilder,
Paed balls Wodcliouse 3.
Wild pitches -Lueas 3.
'I line of giuni!-2 houiv, i
Umplies W. A. Wall aud Morr! K.
Scorer Sam. Loulson.
SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
slay, June 11, 18
Eiocs t3 Oonmccn at 10 0'dxk SLup.
hi Race "QUELN'S PLATE." $100.
2nd Race "FUrUlllTY STAKES." Swsop
RUNNING RACE. ? Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bred 2 year olds'. Entiles
closed Juno 1, 1800.
3rd flics '-KING'S PLATE." 575.
TROTTING and PACING. Ha
waiian bred hoises, best 2 1u3, to
4!h P.aco "WAIKHPU CHALLENGE CUP."
RUNNING RACE. ? Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the
record of Hancock, l:10).
5!h Itase "HAWAIIAN DERBY." Sweep
itako $50 with Jockoy Club Cup
RUNNING RACE. 1 Milo Dash.
Hawaiian bred 3 year olds. Entries
closed June 1, lb'JO.
TROTTING and PACING. 3 minute
class. Best a In 3. Freo for all to
harness. Plate to lieeouie propel ty
of one winning ic twice.
RUNNING RACE. i Milo Heats.
Best 2 In 3. Hawaiian bred.
8th Race-"R0SITA CHALLENGE
RUNNING RACE. 1 Mile Dah.
Freo for all. Winner to beat tho
lccord of "Anglo A.," 1 :45.
Olh nacc-"KAPICLANI PARK PLATE."
TROTTING and PACING. Freo
fur all. Best 3 hi 5, to harness.
10th Race "OCEANIC
NOVELTY RACE. 1 Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bred. 1st, 2ud and 3rd
Quarter, 25 each; Last Quaiter,
$00 and Cup added.
Itth Race "VICE-PRESIDENT'S
Free for all.
J! Mile Dash.
12th Race-"HIS MAJESTY'S CU?."
RUNNING RACK. Mile Hash.
13lh Race POST MATCH.
TROTTING and PACING. S20
Each. Free fur all. To ho driven
hy members; of thu Hawaiian Joe
14lli Race-"XAMEHAMEHA PLATE." $125
VA Mile Dash.
15lh Racc"P0NY RACE." 575 with Rac
Inii Saddle from Hen. H. A. Wide
RUNNING RACK. I Mile Dash.
For nil Pomes 11 hands uud under.
All entries to eloso at 12 o'clock noon,
on Wednesday. Juiiu 4, 1800, nt the
olllco of thu Secretary, und nil eiitriiucu
fees to be 10 per cent, unless otherwlso
All races to be run or trotted under
tho rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All horsus are expected to start uhless
drawu by 12 o'clock noon, ou Juuu 10,
All hordes are expected to appear on
tho track nt the tap of tho bell from tho
Judge's Stand, nthcrwUo will be lined.
Admission , 50 cts
To Grand Stand, extra.. 50 cts A $1
Carriages, Inside of course. ...d'J.fiQ
Quarter Stretch Badges 5.00
C. O. IsBKGER,
500 td Secretary H.J. O.
DURING my absence from tho King
dom J. Holing, Esq., holds my
power of attorney.
E. S. CUN11A.
Honolulu, May Ul, 1390. Stt 2w
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Tha romplct sloryrf RUnlcy's rccont tbr'Ulnt
ft Ivcrnturrfl n il tio d.c1o itu uf hM lm;.3ttant
OUj ,vcr! 'i will appear f nr thi lint lira, la tb
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Afrla " l i n jt bo ilc?lr I by my o( tho to
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And Hut tlio canru'.nj a;iiit urtUa a cotlincato
U u;tucy fiom us
132 POST 51
General Ag:n:3 for tho Pacific Coast-
J. W. Chamber!. n.
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Ktugdoai.
IN UALTM'OUXD I'AVB.
Is the Finest Table Butter sold lu tho
City of Honolulu.
TO HE HAD OF
Henry Davis & Co.
Manufacturer of Liuhos'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN SllfcOS MADE TO OIU1EH.
I'etrneil or Hewed; also, HwldlfN.
C3 Nuuanit St., :::!'. O. Box 2US.
GOO KIRfl & CO.
No. 50 Nnuanii St., Honolulu,
And dealers hi all kinds of
CnMHlnteri'rt ami Fui'iilxliliij; Cooda.
Also, n full stock of Dry aud Fancy
Gooda. Good lit guaranteed. 547 3iii
"V Front Room, at No. 4
1 Ail.iiiii Lane. 570 lw
TO LET or LEASE
rifMlE Residence of Mrs. A.
i. Lotur, iu Pation Valley,
i Apply to
WAV ll IWVIU.V,
01 Klut; St., over.. Nolt's storo.
TO RENT or LEASE
THAT desirable Premise
ou Fort stnot, in tho
"Melnerny Block," recently
occupied hy J. N. S. Williams suitable
for olllco or t-toro. For information
apply to othVe Union Iron Works, Es
planade, or to
5.VI I m J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
EGGS for SETTING.
TjUtOM Finest Bred Brown Leghorn
JL low is. ! per oozt'ii. Apiuj
At J. T. Watorhouse's crockery store,
Queen sheet. 672 lw
EGGS for SETTING.
I PARTIES desirous of Improving tho
breed of their fowls can procure
Puro Plymouth Rock Eggs for settlug
nt Lewis it Co., Fort street. Tho Egg
are not imported and consequently
stale, but urn taken fresh from the nrst
at Klpiihiilu Ranch, w hero they can bo
Inspected aud guniaiitced. 573 lw
ON account of Ul health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of his ofllcu
until Ills l etui n. 517 tf
uot bo responsible for auy
a-Mlnst Iho Steamer "Akn-
mnl" uulo3s incurred by my written
order. G. P. OASTLE.
llouolulu, Juno 7, 1SIH). 07i tf
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