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TO II K IIKt.D AT
November 29, 1894
Commencing at 2 O'clock P. M.
1-1 Mile; Maiden (scratch); M and 2.1
2 Ji Mtlr J Own (scratch)! prize,
a-i Mlloj Novice (luuidlnip); lt mid lid
4-1 Mile; Open (linudlcap), 1st nml M
5 Jj Mile; Hoys under 15 )eari; 1-t mid
0 W Mllo; 0Hn (scratch); Inl prize.
71 Mile: .T-mlniite elans (scrnlchji litnnd
y a Mile HiTftlrh, 1st prize, luin.bler Tro-
tiny; -m prize, uoia .
.Modal; :!fil prize,
The entrance fee for Hid CI, 4th mid (itli
rapes l o0, all tliu others $1.
KrilrlrM ran now be mail nt tho Cyolery,
107 KIiik street, where blanks for the pur
ins van be obtained. Tim entries will
close on WKDNKSIIAY, November 21,
1KH, at 5 o'clock I-, m.
Full inrttoillnra ot I lie ID Mile Itoail
Hare to inku iilaiuon Baiitnlny afternoon,
NovcmlwrL'llli.will beKiven luier. lla'J-tl
HOP HING & CO.,
402 HOTKI, BTltKKT,
Wholeiale Dealers In
Liprs anfl Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Hat OIU, Klce, Matting,
Chinese Bllka, Teas, Kte.
EatUik ul Aaericu Groceries
lly Kvery Coait Btcamer.
MUTUAL TKLF.I'HONK 147.
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTviuainu Qtrt.
gngllsti, Scotch and American Goods.
Htyle and Kit Oiiaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
lotoil Tele, 668. P. 0. Box 144.
C. It. COLLINS,
Fine Harness, Saddles
Carriage Tops, Cushions,
Fender, Dashes, Htorni Airnnn, Lie, Klc.
210 King St. P. 0. Box 496.
IHLAND OHDIIItH HOLIC'ITKP.
Rigger & Stevedore,
HTIMATKH AND OONTKAOTB ON
ALL KINDH OK WOIIK
UeKlnnliiK Mnmlay, Oct. '.!, wllUuiluto
r u ever
I. lime win
r u every .Monday for Jtauupepe, holim.
Inquire at ollice of J. H. Walker.
over Hpreekeln' Hunk, Fort btreet, or on
board to Wm. Da vies, Master and Owner.
Bulletin Supplement, November 24,
PKUDH8 OK THE PROWL.
Suggestions na to tbo ltltfht of tbe
Statu to Inturforo with Individual
Horo Is wlint tho London Daily
Telegraph, tho paper with tho
largest circulation in Loudon, which
for a week or mare printed n page
of letters daily discussing tho ques
tion of what is known as tho crusado
of tho purists against tho London
music halls, under the heading
"Prudes on tho Prowl," has to say
about tho crusade:
"I'urists so called by a title
which seouis to suggest that their
purity is a cloak for self-advertisement
have done us ono piece 'of
good which they probably little in
tended. By their recent action in
referonce to music halls they have
forced all thoughtful men and wo
men to consider the scope and valid
ity of certaiu broad principles which
aro of incalculable value in tho state.
Tho widest principle of all is tho
right appertaining to Individual
liberty, which none of us would wish
to see interfered with or hampered,
i except under the most stringent
compulsion of public expediency.
What was settled, once for all, when
England became a freo common
1 wealth, was that each man or wo
man should have the power to order
his or her life as each might will, so
lo . c ho equal Uteri- .it .vorjoiio
else is respected. Now, this is tho
first thing which our "I'ruuos on tho
Prowl' want to upsot. Wo will say
nothing horo as to their general anil
wide-spread ignorance of tho facts
with which they have tho audacity
to deal. Tho absence of a critical
judgment is tho normal Idiosyncrasy
of those who waul to set right tho
world from tho standpoint of their
own grass plat.
"When, however, their silly lucu
brations affect in a greater or less
degree ono of tho permanent priucl-
pies of all healthy commonwealths- I
tho principle 01 individual liberty
it is right to make a strenuous and
energetic protest. What the state
insists on is tho preservation of pub
lic order. If a man gets drunk in
tho streets, our police arrest him; if a
bully or a pickpocket plies his trade ,
in our thoroughfares, ho is sent to
firison; if a fallen woman annoys or
usults a passer-by she comes under
tho cognizance of the law. In tho j
case before us, however, there was I
no exemplification of lids kiud of
public olrousi) and scandal.
nm:si: tiik .show at tiii: i:jii'IUe,
'Tho promenade of
theater is not a scene
on tho contrary, there is nu eilicieut
control aim supervision avowedly
exercised on purpose to prevent any
offensive exhibition whatsoever. Wo
observe, nevertheless, that our
prudes are not satisfied, as the statu
Is, when tho external and necessary
propriety of civic life is secured.
They want to look beneath tho sur
face; they desire to reveal every
kiud of festering sore; they confuse
altogether tho province of the execu
tive and tho personal ministrations
of on apostle.
"Will they contend that the women
who frequent these places of outer
taiument are to bo debarred from
tho ordinary rights of citizenship
eating ami drinking and talking?
Aud do they think that they will
prevent, as the saying is, 'young men
from beiug young men' by all their
iudlguant and, wo will add, offensive
rhetoric? Is it right, iu the first
place is it possible, iu tho second
jilaco -to pull up tares, iu a fit of
righteous and extremely unpractical
zeal? Or have we not been told on
the highest authority that both
tares aud wheal should be allowed
to grow togothor till tho harvo&tT
"llio chief magistrate at Bow
street police court has made his
voice heard aud with no uncurtain
utterance, in this most serious mat
ter serious, because tho imperti
nent and uncalled-for interference
of half a dozen noisy male aud
female Paul 1'rys with thiuus which
do not concern them is meuaciug
huudreds upon hundreds of respect
able and hard-working folk with loss
of employment, which to many of
them will meau positive loss of
"The loug experience aud tho
umiueutly judicial mind of Sir John
shohld hoar in mind Unit people
who have been in Ibo (lento' Fur
nishing and Tailoring for u life
time come very near knowing
in the chape of properly made
clothing. Mr. Storey, was for
years the cutter for Adams, the
fatuous San FriinrNen Tailor.
We hac a fresh line of Moods
We aro nlo way-up in the dents'
Furnishing Line, and keep con
stantly on hand a full supply of .
the very latest Ties, Dress Shirts, '
Fine Underwear, Kto., Klc, nml t
we intend to compete both in
price and quality with any similar
store in Honolulu.
Ut CAMP, JOMISTOH STOREY.
113 Kurt Blrcct.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T TIIK ADJOIUtNKD ANNUAL
Meetlnuof this t.oiunauv held Nov.
Ilith, IXM, tliu following Oilleen were
ell,-,,Ml 'or f oihiiIiib year:
Win (I. Irwin I'rralilunt
Cecil llrown Yke-I'rerldenl
Ill RKf Toll.
James Cnuiplicll, llodfiuy llrown.
Wlileiniinn, J. K. llrown ninl
At Directors' meeting "' Nv. '.II, Iflil,
iimIit ilie lly-liiuh of tin Cnmiiniiy, fur
ther elections were mnde at follow:
J. F. Ilniwti Kcnrelnry
Uodfrcy llrowi Truiwurer
U. O. iWer Amlllor
.1. F. llltOWN,
ll":t-lm Beeretu-y Mutual Tel. Co.
iii-IE&Ponter Pops For Sale
oi uisc ruor, r
Dam Honolulu Italic (ixdlil
wli'ise. iltini wiin Vera. Iiv
r.. Hake ol Vernon lmortfd),
im hlro ol llonolula (telle win '
(lulitieirfli w 1'n wat liiiiurtel (n in DiuUtnl
at ueott ol $HMl. Tne elm of thine imiis
l llnnnlii ii Kuke iluiMiriuil) friini the
Hlinlmriiu Keiinrlh, OIIhwm, III. 'I'll lireeil
IiK "' iliem iiii4 raiinot he livut on the
WIuiiIh Father ninl n,otli-r loth lirotun
to hunt. AIo two (lor, ion kel'eri. nkeiy
iimrktl,: inoinlu old For further par
Italian, iil to
V. M. Vl'NNINHIIAM, i
IliU-lm Anchor Buloon.
Machioery Fur Said!
I KNdlNK. Double ('yliiiiler. Hliurle Ac
tion, iixti Oyllmlcr, li liorcu Power.
1 VKHTIOAL TUlllll.AKUOlLKIl. Meet
itiiii:, 40 liiul en diameter, eo'ctan n
Km '.'-Incli tildes; wl I Hiiity yteam for
!) Horse I'ouer Kok lie.
1 KKKI) 1'UMl' with nil coiiiiectloim.
TIih above urn all in good order aii'l can
he li-il n' a lmr;oln uy uiplylii(! to the llu
ilernluiinl. nu im Union Eeed Co., Ltd.
WILL OIVK MUSI0 LKbSONS ON
all titrlliKed linlriiioent-, lu eliluir
Knulixli, Frenufi, Hpuiiinh or l'orliiKUiiwe
UnmiUKHS. Aildrimi lii(ilirleii in IIul-
i.i:tin Oilier. lll-2w
rpilK WINU ON TAI CO. WILL 1)0 A
J. (IhmohI Ketait MerruntllH HusliiuhH
ut Uouolulii, IhIuim of UaIiii, aii'i Linn
Kaiii i hill is the Minuter of euld IiusIiicks
iii.d him full uiithorlty to siuu the linn
uuiiie In nil nuitlira aipertafulii; to uaid
WI.SO ON TAI CO.,
ll'JJ-'Jw Klin; Dtreet.
Mutual Telephone 507.
Bell Telephone 460.
The Best Lurch ii Town.
Tea a.n.d Oom
At ALL HOUI
THK KINKST BRAND OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATI OH HAMD.
H. J. JTOLTB, Prop.
Coment Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kitliiialc kIvod on all kinds of
dTONK.CONUKKTK ft 1'LAHTKH WOKK
tHkv rrmciiTB a hmcultt &
JOHN F. BOWLER.
People's Baggage Express
i um ,.,,'',.,,, Wll
ANY 1'AUT OF TIIK
UKlAOK. All ItavKuxe
he Immllril with earrt
imieli. Winik'oiis will be on the
Wliar! to meet all loreli-ii aud Inter
I eland Hteaiuer. MovIiik l'lanoa and
Fiirnltmu a Bjx-clnlty. Oltlee -United
OiirrluKe t'o. aud I. Ivory Htablea, corner ol
Kiliuaud Fort Htreeln. next to K O. Hall
,V Hon. lliuh Teleiihnneii '."KJ.
lloUm SI. T. MAKHHALL.
9rm Itft tit th VKHftc flwvM
Campntiti' 9tava mHTI h
yramiitlv MrtmtfM .
lotli Telaplionna 10.
A. Kcbtxilly- Hotel.
Hfkl'ML MONTIII.V RKTIH.
The Ileal ol Atumdinee, the Hm-tHltuttUon
and the Fluent Mutt Is lu the Olty.
T. KR0USE, .... ProprUtor.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
3ST. F. BTJIa-HJSS
' la ni;nlu jirenarud to repair Urden Hone,
nprniKierM, wuntr nip-, ei-.
mid hII kiiul of TihiU fcluruned, IikiIiuI
um (Jitrvinu Knlven nun HolhrorH; ljwn
, Mower h epecla t J alxo Bettlni lllann; In
i fai'tali kln.ln of JoIiIiIiik. Work culled for
nil retiirreU Itiun up va MutuariVln
phoim any tlmo before ti a. u.
SUN TAI KF.K HAH HOLD HIH FKK
Biiuple with Tun IIoiibh and over
Hue Amu Itice I.hikI to Bin Mul.at Kahhl
whI, Kauai, uud all Ii1h ilt-litv will bu set
tled by bun 'inl Ken. Date of pale, Kept.
SI, lb'll. SIN 4101.