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VOL. IX. NO. 1339.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1895.
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attention paid to all kinds of repair
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HONOLULU IKON WOBXB,
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c00lbb8. ibom, brass ahd l(ad
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Machinery ot Kvery Description Made u
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ro he had at all hoars
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llif.u.tl Manaufir.
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tini.USTKR 00.,
IfAvU Agentu
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE
II A W A 1 J A N
JOCKEY CLUB
XkSiSXl
JUNE, 11, 1895.
Official Programme
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize: Meiln'.
trnro fce$1.50.
all.
vntticd nt $.'0. V..
1 inlludiioh Free for
2d BICYCLE RACE.
Prlte: Meilnl, vnlucil at fW. Kn
trnncu (vu Il.tU. 6 iiilluduoli. Frecfor
all.
8d-HONOLULU TURSE, S200.
Running Race; XA mile dash. Free for
all.
lth MERCHANTS' PURSE, J200.
Trotting nnd Paclnc. lo Harness 2:10
Class; mile bents, 3 in 6. Free (grail,
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
$250 ADDED.
Runnlna I! nee: 1 mllo dsh.
nine If nee; 1 mllo uash. Free for
nil. Winner of Cup to tent record of
Annie A (IM5 and receive ftO oxlru.
Gth-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
$250.
Trottinc? and Pacini? to Hamens; mll.i
heats, 3 In 5. Frcu for all.
7th-OCEANIO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
S150 ADDED.
Running Race; )l mile dash,
an Bred.
Hawaii-
8th-'PONY RACE, PURSE JlOO. 1
1 mllo tliuli, for nil Ponies 11 hands or
under.
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
$150.
Running Race ; 1 mile dash, for Hawaii
an Bred Hordes owned by members of
the Club Winner to accept $100 In
lieu of Cup.
Cup bci nie the property of t1 e person
winning it twli-u. Should the jicrn.m
who has won it once and again this
me-tlng, he wl 1 receive In lint of Cup
$U0 tocether with 160 adiled Win
uer of Cup llrst time will receive $150
and credit for one race.
lOth-JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
$150.
2:.V) Cass; mllo heats, 2 In 3.
all.
Free for
11th PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, f!50 ADDED.
Running Race, X mile dash Free
for all.
gtr All entries uro to bu made with
tho Socretnry before THURSDAY, Juno (I.
1UU5 Kntrauue feus to be 10 percent, of
puree, unless ollurwl-e sie(!llled.
tm- All Ruces to bu run or trotted
under the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club.
gw AH Horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 0 o'ekek A. M. on
June 10, 1815
(lone ul Admission M Cents
Urnnd Stand (Extrn) CO Cents and $ I
Cnrriugeu (Inside o' uoursu) eueli $2.MJ
(Juarter Stretch Badgf s $3
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary llauiillan Jockey Club.
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COWARDLY ASSAULT.
Qua Nul.on Attacks Captain Cook of
the Patrol nnd Gets 8lz Months
Carl Wichnrt to be heard on the
Same Charge
Captain Honry Cook of tho
mounted patrol disobarged two of
his men jestHrdny, Gus Nelnoti, bet
ter kuon'n in the department nn
'Tri.'ItV aud Carl Wichort. The
captain took his iiihu Id tho hanobnll
Xrouudft for tho usual daily drill.
Tho captain noticed that these two
moti wore under the influence of
liquor, hence the discharge. Tho
men returned into towu, douuvd
citizens' clothes and visited several
saloons. After 7. o'clock in the
afternoon the mou passed the Bulle-
' tin oQJco bending for tho Gumpher
1 lodf,MR homo where they roomed.
Captaiu Cook nnd a friend were
walking alouj; Merchant street with
the intention of going to the station,
when in front of W. G. Irwin &C0.V
warehouse Nelsnu rushed to the cap-1
tain and struck him with a club.
Tho captain was taken unawares but
ho tnanaKHl to ward the blow with
his left arm, receiving a wound bo
low tho elbow. 'I lie captain was
somewhat dazed and it was impossi
ble for him to say whether the
secoud blow ho received under the
1 right eye na from tho club or
T fist. Nelson then made good his
escape.
Tho cowardly assault was report
ed nnd the captaiu was taken to
Dr. Cooper's to have his injuries at- 1
tended to. Nelson's room at Gum-
pher's was searched and a Winches-'
tor rifle found. Otb'cers were sent '
out to arrest Nelsou and before 8
o'clock he was found in n restaur- '
tho Poll
aut ou Hotel street and nikou to
ca station whore he was
charged with as.iult and battery.
In tho District Court to day Nel- j
son pleaded guilty. He declined
to say anythiug except that it was
his fault. Ho denied having used a
elub, but says it was a stick. Captain '
Cook aud Deputy-Marshal Browu
made statements. Judge Wilcoi
sentenced Nelsou to six mouths im
prisonment at hard labor. Nelson
tried to induce the Deputy-Marsh si
to allow him to leavo tho country, '
but the boon was refused. ,
Wichert tho secoud patrolman
who was discharged, was also placed '
uuder arrest lat night. Ho is be-
lievcd to have bten present whim I
the assault took place. The charge
against him is being present and
countenancing tho assault. Ho
pload uot guilty and his case was
continued until to-morrow.
9 m
Thrown From A B cycl.
Willio Chung Hood, the twolvo- , club yesterday evening for tho pur
yoar old son of Chung Hoon, met ' pose of discussing the forming of a
1 with an accident on Friday after- rowing association. Tho clubs wore
noou while ruturniug from school, represented as follows: Healaui C.
He was riding a bicyclo on Nuuauu W. Maofarlaue, A. L. C. Atkinson
stroot going homo when a native nnd J. A. Low; Myrtles A. G. M.
cowboy ou horseback collided with Robertson, A. W. Carter aud W. C.
I his wheel throwing him to the 1 Parke; Loilaui J. S. Low, W. H.
ground. Willio was picked up uu-' Mclnoruy aud G. E. Smithies,
conscious. Ho remained iu that j After discussing tho necessity for
I state until Saturday. Yesterday ' such au amalgamation a committee
Doctors Brodio aud Herbort romov-
I ed a pieco of bone from tho lad's
skull, and uow ho is resting easy. ,
I Tho boy will recover.
Amateur Athletic Club
!
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There was o fairly good attend
ance at the meeting of the Honolulu
Amateur Athlotio Club yesterday
evening, i no loiiowing were elect
ed cfiicers; C. S. Crano, president;
D. P. Thrum, vice-president; Henry
Hapai, secretary; W. P, Forbes, trea
surer; hoard of management. W. G.
Johnson, D. Crozier and IS. A. Jacob -
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sou. The ireo-lor-ail meet to tauo
place ou Juno 15 was the subject of
a short discussion.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES.
Adultery Cases, Probata Mutters and
Other Items of Interest.
In tho mnttor of the guardianship
of the Luk Sang minors, Henry
Smith, master in chanrory, has filed
his report on tho guardiau's account.
Th report shows total receipts to
be $8897,80, expenditures $0210.01,
leaving n balauco in the hands of
tho guardian of $2051.20.
Tho hearing of the ueti'ion for
letters of administration in the
estate of A. P. Peterson comes up on
Saturday; alf-o the hearing of tho
application ol tho estate of M. Na
hai fur the allowance of his accounts
and final discharge.
Judge Cooper has been engaged
this morning in hearing tho unt of
tho Republic of Hawaii vs. Kahakau
ila and Kiltkiiia who are cha"cd
with committing adultery in H u
lulu within one mouth pric I
October 1(5 ,181) t. Deputy Alton . y
Geuoral Robertson appeared for the
proecutiou nod ). It. Knulia mid J.
M. Poepoo for tho defendants.
Tho following jurj was empau
noled: W. K. Waiatnau, T. It. Mots
man, C. B. Dwight, J V. Mahelono,
C. A. Long, J. Nubia, J. U. Hawai
ian, Acid K. A lnii, II. Koloiuoku,
II. E. Cooke. J. Pniuiiani nnd C. P.
Kaiiakauui.
The proKeoution called as wit
nesses Moke, G. Kaouioii, D. Kaapa
aud D. Lfikana mid ottered in evi
dence a marriage crtificato of one
Hatch aud Karikiua.
Attorney Poepoo for tho defense
moved that tho defendants be dis
charged. Tho Court promptly over
ruled his motion and council ex
cepted. After introducing five witnesses
tho defense rested. Argument was
made by J. K. Kaulia for tho defense
aud Judge Robertson for tho prose
cution. Judge Cooper's charge to tho jury
occupied just seven minutes in its
delivery and translation nnd at
twelve miuutes past 0110 tho jury
retired to cousider their verdict.
After a) absence of fifteen minutes
tho jury brought in n verdict of
guilty, three dUsHitiug.
Tho next case to come up will bo
that of tho Republic vs. Katilii also
charged with adultery.
Court theu adjournod until 2:30'
p. in.
m 9
THE BOAT CLUBS.
An Amalgamation Committee Ap
pointed at Last Night's Meeting.
Delegates from tho Healaui, Lei
lani aud Myrtle boat clubs met iu
tho boathouso of tho last-named
consisting of A G. M. Robortson, C.
W. Macfarlano aud Georgo Smithies
was selected to draft rules and by
laws for tho proposed association.
The meeting then adjourned subject
to tho call qf the chair. A. G, M.
Robertson presided at the meeting.
There U talk Aiming members of
I the Loilani boat club about tho con
structiou of a new boathouse, mil
tho sentimuut is strong against hav
ing a social hall iu connection with
tho new building.
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tho tralllc that will pass over it J unit
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11. Last year tho Waikilu road had
his attention about this time.
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