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DAILY BULLETIN J HONOLULU, 11. 1., JU2U3 lfi, 1690,
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In the Supremo Court of tlie
Uy vutuo of tlio power vested in
me by tlic 8l2d Section of the Civil
(lode, I hereby order n 81'ECIAL
TEEM of thu Siipiemo Court to bo
held in the Upstairs Com t room of
Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, on
TUESDAY, the 17th day of June,
ISiK), ift'lrt o'clock a. M., for the hear
ing of Rauco Ciues only.
,., Wltnecs my hand und noul
( ) of thu Sup'iemu Court, at
J L. K. Honolulu, thh JJlst day
( ) of Mav, J 800.
v- A. r. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
T II li
PMfU so unthrr Sect nar Pntty,
Hut i itaHisSnl for thr bntgl of ell. '
THl'RSDAV. .UW'K 12, 1810.
The ob.crvant and relleetive of
all shades of political faith beem to
lecosnUe that a chance in the ad
ministration ' neccsary in tlic
public interest; and, it may be
added, thii i- the only conclusion
they can reach without a positive
shutting of even to the most ptomi
ncnt features of tlio present situa
tion. But the nature and extent of
change ate tuattert that split into
picci public opinion. 'I'liere U no
apparent approach to unanimity on
tlie.-e point-, and' thcte is not likely
to be. It ir, a thing not to be ex
pected from a mixed community.
There is, however, one matter in the
vnnic connection that all intelligent,
honest men must, in tlic exercise of
intelligent honesty, agree to, which
k thU: none but a capable and re
presentative administration can sat
tety the national need, or secure
public confidence. Factions and
families mighl be pleased with inom
te3 of their own circles, regardless
of their fitness for the duties and
responsibilities of otilcc; but that
would not be in accordance with en
lightened public sentiment, nor for
the general good. It is utterly impossible-
for any Ministry to be
formed to suit everybody. "The
greatest good" to "the greatest
number" is the nearest nppioach that
can !, made to "the whole," and
an administration constructed on
this principle is the best that can
posMbly be done: and this is what
should be done. A Cabinet of com
petent men. recognised and ac
cepted us such, and representing as
jar as possible the various Interests
of a population of many mitiomdi-tie-,
is what the country needs.
Eiuniii Bui.u.irs: 1 eanViigieo
with the Bn.uiiN of the 10th inst,
that the Cnhinct should resign be
cause they are divided. That
would be a bud piccedent and a
bad principle, as it would put it in
the power of any member to dissolve
the Cabinet, simply by getting up
a disturbance. In i'uet, it would
put it. in the power of outside per
sonal eriemie-. to bribe or otherwiao
peisiiade one of the Cabinet to get
up a division ami thus oust the
Cabinet. I think the Cabinet
should hold on and answer their
accuse; , a lids community is
divided as well a the Cabinet,
upon some of Hie same points, i'et
if the I tuth can be made to appear,
all the better pan ol the community
would accept the truth. Sn let u
huvc the proofs as wel,an the accu
sations and denial5.
KAPIOLAHI MATERNITY HOME.
The Knpiolani Maternity Home,
to which reference was made in
Tuesday's Hri.i.r.iiN, will be form
ally opened on Satin day next, June
Mill. The premises Bccured for the
purposes of tho home are on Here
lania street, near Punahou, and were
at one time the icsidonco of the late
Princess Kckauliko. Tito opening
ceremony will be at ,'t o'clock, p.
in., and will be performed by Queen
' Kaplolani ; after which, and until 15
o'clock, refroMliments will be served
and the Hawaiian Jinncl will play.
Tho whole affair is to be public.nnd
the public are invited to attend.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
2d columns, purely local matter
Mailed to forelgu countxios, 5 per
Hawaiian Derby at Kaplanj
FINE DAY AND FAIR RUNNING.
Katnehnmeha Day, June 11th, was
celebrated at Kupiolani Park by the
Seventh Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club. Excellent
weather except its being rather
breezy was enjoyed during the day.
There was a full grand stand, the
Club house nnd private stands were
all thronged, and there were about
the usual ctowds on the adjacent
grounds. Thus the regular patron
age was diminished but a little if
anything from former meetings, al
though since last year the high fence
has been taken down from all round
tlio track, o that a free view of 'the
races could be had from all sides.
The King, Princess Liliuokalani,
and Rear-Admiral Drown, U. S. ?.,
were present. The Jockey Club, as
well as some of its members indivi
dually, handsomely cnteitaincd
'I no ollieers of the day were:
Judges: lions. J. Marstlen, S. Par
ker and A. Ilorncr; Starters: C.
It. Wilson and J. M. Dowsctt;
Stewards: P. R. Iscnbcrg Jr., J. 1.
Dowsett Jr., and E. Dowsctt: Time
keepers: lion. E. Mullcr. A. J.
Cartwrigiit Jr., II. Kockc ; Saddling
Paddock : Capt. Tripp.
The Judges gave general satisfac
tion with their strict leguli.tion of
the races and prompt decisions. In
the eighth race they fined Leonard,
rider of Traveler," $25 for running
foul of Duke Spencer. In conse
quence of the foul the Duke had to
be withdrawn from the eleventh
race, a one of his legs was in a
bandage. Hon. II. Itickard, its
owner, made a match, however,
with Hon. W. II. Cornwell, tojacc
Duke Spencer against Hancock on
July 12 for 2000 a side Thu re
sults of the races aro given below:
1st Race "QUEEN'S PLATE." 1G0.
RUNNING RACK. y. Mile Dnh.
J. A. Cummins' ? g Traveler, 1 yrs
115 lbs Leonard 1
Vatorford Slnbles b s Hancock,
aged, 120 lbs Kona 2
D. R. Miles c m Faiamma, ui;ed, 1 15
lbs Silva 3
Faiamma took tlio lead on a poor
start but was passed by Hancock.
The three came up the home stretch
well together, but near the wire Tra
veler forged ahead and won by
three-quarters of a length. Mr.
Cornwell protested on the ground
that Traveler was over four years,
but the Judges disallowed tiie pro
test. Time ol 1-5.
2nd R2CC-"FUTURITY STAKES." Sweep
RUNNING RACK. L' Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bred 2 year olds. Kntries
closed June 1, 1800.
Kealia Ranch b c Duke of Norfolk,
2yrpfU0 lbs Siha 1
Kealia Ranch c f Duchefs of Noi
folk, 2 yr, 107 lbs. . . .Uoweoii 2
Waterfoid Stabler b f Ladv Rlatichc
2 yw, 107 lbs ' ...J. Uu 3
Lady Itlanchc rin away before a
stait was made and completed the
circuit at top speed. She took the
lead in a good start but fell behind. 1
lhc Duku attd Duchess crossed the
wire in that order almost together.
Time 1 ::'G 1-5.
3rd rises "KING'S PLATE." $75.
TROTTING aud PACING. Ha
waiian bred horses, best 2 In a, to
J. A. Cummins' e g Emperor 1
Cha- Mahoe's h h Lightfoot 0
I.iuhtfoot broke repeatedly, in
fact, galloped nearlv all the way
round. Emperor, however, held
the lead and was awarded tho heat
and tho race. Time 3:7.
4lh rtzco "WAIKAPU RIULLEHnC CUP."
RUNNING RACR. ) Mile Dssh.
Kieo for all. Winner in beat thu
recotil uf Ilaueock, 1 :lfi).j.
r.ntrics Waterford Stables' Cu
inilla and J. A. Cummins' Johnny
Gray. Declared off.
5th Rscr "HAWAIIAN DERBY." Sweep
stakes S50 with Jockey Club Cu,i
RUNNING RACR l Mil.) D.-iMi.
ilHwuilati bred It yearoidi. Lntiirs
closed Juno 1, Ib'JO.
ICcaliu Ranoh, h f Wilhelioina, .1
yrn, 113 lbs IlottKm 1
W.ituiford Klablcs.bc Troubadour,
3 yrs, US llu : . ICona 2
Troubadour got the belter of the
stall, but was overhauled at tlic
quailor never to recover, Willielm
ina leading all the rest of tlio course.
Time 1 :.r0.
Gih Race "WAIMAN'.LO PUTE." $50
TROTTINGiukIPACINC. 3 minute
t'lus, Rest 'J In 3, IV-i) for all to
hurnc3. Plate to hrvoine properly
of one whining Jitwiee.
P. P.. L'enberg Jr., b g Rlitz .... 1 1
J. A. Cummin;., n g Lmpeior ... .2 2
A. .llorner'rt Orion, b i, wan with
drawn. First heat- Blitz driven by Sjpely
Shaw led all thu way round. ICni
peror driven by II. l Hobbatd
broke repeatedly. Time 2:42 l-C.
Second heat This was simply a
repetition of tho first. Time 2 :55.
Mr. Iscnbcrg takes the plate, his
Millie having won it last year.
7lli Kacc-"LUNAMAXAAINANA PIATC "
RUNNINO RACE. A Mile Heats,
llest i! in '.!. Hawaiian hied.
J. A. Gummtno g g Surprise- aged,
117 lbs Noble 1 I
0. II. Mahoo g f Elett -1 ytt 113 lbs
Vierra 2 2
II. C.Ulukou bhAiinolcurjed, 120
lbs John II 0
First and second heats were won
in almost neck nnd neck running by
Surprise, by a neck and a length
and a half respectively. Anaolo
away behind. Tune fl sec. nnd
53 l-o sec.
81h Rac3-"RCSnA CHAttENQC CUP."
RUNNINO BACK. 1 Mile Dash.
Fieo for all. Winner to beat the
reeoid of "Anglo A.," 1:15.
Kealia Hunch bm Hosita, aged, 117
lbs Silva 1
Watoiioul Stables a h Littlo I'hil,
lyrb, US lbs Kona 2
V. 11.' RicknrdV b 8 Duke Spencer,
1 yrs, 118 lbB Duehalsky 3
J. A. Cummins' s g Traveler, i yri,
Ho lbs. . . , Leonatd -1
This was a pretty race. Eosita
behind at the start drew up, and all
four entered the home stietch very
close together. Hosita won over
Little Phil by about two lengths.
Time lM'J 'i-o.
PARK FLUE "
TROTTING and PAC1XO. Treo
for all. lh'it fl hi 5, to harness.
Watei ford Stable's, b
1 I 1
V. M. Cunningham's b g
Cairo 12 2 2
S. T. Shaw's b g Rlitz . ..333 3
First heat Prussian Hoy, driven
by K. 11. Miles, crossed the wire
first, but, as he was breaking al the
time, the heat was awarded to Cairo
that came in close with him. Time
Sccond heat Prussian Itoy won
in a clean irot, Cairo second, P.hu,
running, third. Time 2: !. v-.r.
Third heat Prussian Roy led all
the way. Time 2M0J.
Fourth neat Prussian Hoy lead
ing at the start was passed by Cairo
galloping, but he got ahead again
without breaking, and won the race.
Time 2:46 U-5.
IOIIi Race "OCEANIC S1EAMSHIP CO.'S
NOVELTY RACR. 1 Mile D.h.
Hawaiian bred. 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Quailer, 82." e.ieli; Last Quarter,
530 and Cup added.
Entered Lady Blanche, by Wa
terford Stables. Pechiitd oil'.
Fiee for all.
Watei fowl Stables h Littlo Phil, 4
yrs, IIS lbs Kona 1
Watetford Stables b a Hancock,
ag.'d, 123 lbs Wood 2
J. A. Cummins' g g Surpiise, aged,
120 lbs Leonard 3
E. R. Miles' c m Faianiina, aged,
US lbs Verra -i
An elegant tace, the hoisr.s being
well matched. At the half they ran
Hancock, Surp:isc, Faiamma, and
Little Phil. At the mile Little Phil
had passed Faianuna and was pull
ing down the others. lie noon got
the lead and tho wire was crossed
m the above order. Time 2 :50 4-5.
12tli.Raco-"HIS MAJESTY'S CUP." $100
RUNNING RACE. Mile Hash
Kealia Ranch b f Wilholmiiia, 3
yrs., J8 lbs Howson 1
.T. A! Cummins' g in Yum Yum, 3
yrs., U8 lbs , Leonard 2
Watciford stables b f Ludy filanche,
2 yrs., 75 lln J. U-u 3
Waterford stables g g Iago, aged,
11!) lbs Kona 1
E, R. Mires' g o Sonator Stanford,
3 yr.J., 103 Ins., Rafael. . 5
C. 0. Horger'ri ha Haxaar, agid,122
After the sis hor.-cs had settled
down to work it was a race between
Wilhelmina and Yum Yum, .so close
that' even money was given on Yum
Yum after they entered the home
stretch. She failed to overtako her
competitor, however. Time, ltol
I3lh nac2P0ST MATCH.
TROTTING mid PAfUNG. S0
Each. - Freo for all, To be driven
by member? of the llfwnilau ,1oe
Hth Race-" iAMEHAMHIU PLATE." S12E
RUNNING RACE. V, 5111.) Oa-h.
.1. A. Cummins' w m Ivory. ac.d.
118 lbs Noble 1
Kealia Ranch b i .luha S.f 3 yin.,
IKS lbs ... ... . Howson 2
E. R. .Miles' g o Senator .Stanford,
3 yrs.. 101 lbs Silva 3
Watciford tables b o Troubadour,
3 yrs., 101 lb L'-u 1
It was between Julia S. and Ivory
alter the mile nnd a quarter, but
Ivory overhauled the oiler and woti
easily. Time 2:M.
15tli rtjcu "PftNV RACE." $75 wlihriac
ing Ssddlo from lien. II. A. Wtiio
RUNNING RACE. J Mlln D.n-h.
For all Ponies It Immis mid uiider.
J. A. Cummins' g ni Yum Yum,
Waterford stablon' g g Hilly 0 2
W. H. Rickaid's b g Echo 3
F, Ilarvoy 'a b m Kuto 4
K. Perry's b i Haby 0
Eaby was obstreperous and stay
ed behind. Yum Yum was Iho
leader throughout. Time 1 :52 2-5.
Tho Hawaiian Tramways Co. did
well with their sharo of tho trans
portation service. Not only did
they i tin cpiiirler-hour cais each
way, but during the titnc3 of great
pressure- scut out can In' pairs.
They must have made a good har
vest of the day.
The stewards were dressed in uni
form suits of gray coals, buff trous
ers, riding boots, and straw lints
trimmed with red nnd cadet blue
ribbons. All three being superb
riders they added much to the ef
fectiveness of track scenes.
Tho Koyal Hawaiian Band uuder
Prof. Bctgcr played throughout the
day, adding an indispensable feature
to the enjoyment. Although resi
dents may scarcely notlcc its pre
sence, they would very quickly no
tice the absence of the band.
Many residents of Waiklki and
the Park showed great hospitality
during the day, keeping open house
and a plentiful board for their
friends. Among 3omo of whom
mention lias been heard in this ro
spect arc Hon. Win, G. lrwiu,. Mr.
Hamilton Johnson, and Mr. Anton
Bourbon Sf biskey ft EnglLli Ale
On SA.TUHDAY, Juiiu M,
.IT 1 O'CIOCK S(H)S.
At my Saleernom. I will sell at Public
Aiit'tfoii without leseive to eli-e eon
sjgnments 25 Casks BOURBON WHISKEY
40 Hdi Win. Yarioger & Cj.'s Hag, ki'
Ex. "Honowdilc' hi lli't this-,
order and condition.
run us cash.
I WILL not b iepmi'iblo for any
bills ng.iiii.u the ijteainor "Aka
mal'' imle-o Iiieurred bv my willtcu
order. G. P. CASTLE.
Honolulu .lime 7, IS'M. H75 tf
N uccoimt of the oxciiimoi, train of
J the Central Union Suad.iy School
leaving the depot al U o'clock . 31., on
the llih of .lime, the time of depariure
of Hie regular train is postpouid until
0 :30 o'clock for that day. r70 '.'i
C- OVERNE-'S requires situnilou in a
7 tanitty, thoioiigh English, muc
and draw lug. SixyciineNpurieiieo und
excclleni refereuces. Forarldnst apply
GUtL to do light hoiiscwoik ami
to look after a couple of childieu
None without helng well recoiiunciided
need apply. Call on Mis. C. O. Iteiger,
corner Rerctanla and I'uiiahoii stieei.
l'wo Poitiigue(i Lads, nptdrvs
nccllvelv 'lo and 10, als,o by a
Young Woman to do hoiisowoik or
wo'-U on a powIiij; nrichliic, also by u
Girl. 12 yea is old, to attnul childieu.
Anyone tlesblng any of lbe above help,
ple'ise call at the '"Aurora llawaiiaim's"
Oilice. corner Metelriut and Richard?
streets 577 ll
13UGS ftir SETTING.
I7ROM Finest Bred Rrown 1 fghoiti
1? Fowls. SI i)or doyen. Apply to
At ,1. T. Watei house's crockery fi.ne,
Queen street. W lw
isGGSjiiir SKTTf XG.
JJARTIES di'Mrous of Inipioving the
breed of their fowls can pioeuto
Pine Plymouth Rock Eggs for setting
nt Lewis A Co., Port stieet. The Egg
aie noi Impoited and coiiHsiitenily
ftale, but are taken fresh from the nest
at Kipahulii Ranch, where they can bu
Inspected and guaianteed. r73 lw
PARTIES ileshing Avocado Peais in
qiuintlilos of not le tliun 00 will
T BETWEEN Nuiiauii avenue and Wui
J klld a lilaek Jhiauieled Paiuy
Hiooeh, with (llamnml In center. A
suitable lew aril will bo paid to the
party ie turning aiuo to Win. G lrwiu.
,. Liver-colored belter
If" xY. Hog with white pot
Kiy on MetiBt. H auout fovcii
r months old and answers to
"SsfAss name of "Uo.-'n." A re-
waul will bo Riven to any person re
turning said dog to this olllee. 570 lw
Stock Curtiflcnto Lost.
MR. Alex. MoHmlo gives milieu that
cerilllial'i of stock in the lntcr
lsli.nd Steiim Navigation Co. No. 251,
dated ilautuiry 11, Jbrtit, iiehl.s lavor, bus
been lust, and puianns are hereby
warned ngaim't negotliilltig thu siiiue.
Any lufoi matlnii HMpcctlng this certifi
cate choiild bo gent to Mr. Slcliryde, or
to Theo. II. DavlCd & Co. 672 2v
( . TiamM
Auction Sale of
Clash Assets, : : : : :
UHIJIAU!) A. Mi'CUKDY. I'tcniilent.
I' For full particulars apply to
Jumbles, Coffeo Cakes, Crackers,
fJ&T And will be DELIVERED FREE x.i CHARGE to any
CotVf, Tea, Chocoktc & Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fuh, Ham &. Kggs,
rrniTiim nrr1 jthfttt irvi unm in in n riiurMitnr-ri ----w "wwiaMMiMnt " m
TAHITI LEMOMADE WORKS G0MPA1Y.
Sola Proprietors of
Binirfip Mil Hrni Me. RrenfliliiiR. fiasn
"Oib"' "4UJ "wi" ',l wv -
VSr All rmmmiiileathms
1-1 - 'Mniiiirt i wii iiiw
TUr I !S(,-U:-.tMl
Will l.vo Ho o'u
tlil rtb'iVr fCIOi
S 0 It
tgTK'f fi.'lptil or f !:, hi! Ing
n'l rr'mr i nh'n mI t'.c.ije iieconinin
i.iihmt, 'ip;ily n
':n. 0 IRVV1H vi Co.,
Electricity is Life !
ANY persons find a moderate ap
L L plication of Electildty Uenctlelid.
Eleetiielty soiiietlnies ernes and nearly
always bum-fits Kliemmitisui, Neuialghi.
Indigestion. Etc.. and uet-i like a tonic
Hiid Is verv benenclal in caw of General
Debility. Go lo
On riui-on Street,
And get an Eleetile .Shock by dropping
a Nicei In thu 'lot. Can bo regulated
to r-ult the delicate as w ell as the Htrong.
There Is also one of ihe'c Eleetile
.Muelilnes at Young Nap's, corner of
hlug and Re.il.el sttLt-tP. fi"l Jm
A R. ROWAT. V.
,S h.w resumed
IX. piaetice. Odlee at the Hawallau
Hotel .Stable. i"7C lw
Dr. HENRI G. McGREW.
AriT.lt an absence of four j-ears In
I'arN, has returned to his home
on the Islands, for tht: puipOKUOfrc
sinning the pia.-tlee of inedhlne. Ho
may bo found at his old olllee on Hotel
street between Fort and Alakea streets.
Ofllee hours finm fi to 11 a. M., and 'J to
I and (! to 8 i'. M. fi"0.1in
l'owoH'.s lliiKiiiifXO Express.
J AS. POWELL, formerly employed
at Union Peed Co. for several
years, having gone. Into the baggage
express bu-lne.is, solicits patrouago.
Stand, coiner of King and Retliul
strt-cte. Onlei-H can Uu leit at l oung
Nap's cigar stand. Raggago dullvcreii
wlin promptness and euro 10 any part
of city. . Juuo7-50
ISSUED BY THE
stssy uiSe i ll
ALWAYS O.N HAND AND TO ORDER
, Pies, Buns Rons,
9 i 9 0
Ufi-,1 ol FAUKi
from 1.1:30 a. m. to
M ANUFA CTU K 12 KS
BAILEY'S &ABGAPAEILLA &
jidi, Sarsaparilla, liimral Wilim, Etc.
1ELE PHONE 2S7.
mul. onlrrs feliouUl be ,'uUlresfiOtl lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
n mrarjiizs. ;JEj.uAT5yggMn3ectrapoea
Having removed our SODA WORKS to moie commodious quartorp at
"IVo. SO SJ,Oi"5X, 'XMR.STX1,
(Near the Custom House)
We ae now pjcp.ircd to furnish at nhoit notice, and of piinio quality, any
ot the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Plain, Sral,-Lemon, stnwtarrr or Grsam Sofia,.
Sareapavilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
U.-ing exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS
SXT No. 2 Patterns alike.
Without a Rival
One-third the Frioo of the
,V Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS,
HENRY DAV3S & CO.,
0.11 Cm Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islamic.
Dr. A. II. CARTER
HAS removed bis offlco to No. .13
Ueietanla, between Foit and
Nuuanu streets. Ofllee hours: 0:30 to
11 a. M., and 2 to i. and 7 to 8 p. Ji.
I Mutual Telephone No. 303. 67U liu
Agent for the Hawniian Inlands.
pint of the city.
Stew, Soured PigV Foci, Elo.
Chas. J. FBSEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel tie.
FaMiionablo Diesemaising upstairs Jj$
in Price & Quality 1
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and Quality Iho Very Beat, gg
Dr. A. LUTZ
WHJ. have ofllee hours from 8 to r,
a. m. ami 4 to 5 i si., at -No. 3b
Dcretanla, between Port ami Niuianu
streets. Mutual Telephone No. 302
and 170. . 070 la