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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1895.
ED. C. ROWE,
House, Sign and
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Plating.
C20 King Street,
ELMKHTH AMUAL IBRTIK
JUNE, 11, 1895.
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Fiire: Meda . valued at 20. En
trxneefeetl.SO. lxniledash. Free for
Prize: Medal, valued at $30. En
trance fee J1.60. 6 mile dash. Fieefor
8d-HONOLULU PURSE, 1200.
Running Race; i nillo dash. Free for
4th MERCHANTS' PURSE, 1200.
Trotting and Facing, to Harness: 2:40
. Class; mile heats, Sin 6. Freforall.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
Running Race; 1 mile dash. Free for
alt. Winner of Cup to beat record o
Angle A (1M5) and receive $50 extra.
r' 6th-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing, to Harness; mile
heats, 3 in 6. Free for all.
. 7th-OCEANIO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
Running Race; mile dash. HawaiU
feUi PONY RACE, PURSE $100.
1 mile dash, for all Ponies 14 hands or
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Running Race; lmilodssh, for Hawaii
an Bred Horses owned by members of
the Club Winner to accept $100 in
lieu of Cap.
Cup becomes the property of the person
winning ft twice. Sboald the person
who has vitro it once and again this
meting, he wl'l receive hi lieu of Cup
UK, tosetborwith J 160 added Win
ner of Onp first time will receive $160
and credit for one race.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:50 Class; mile heats, 2 in 3.
11th PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, flBO ADDED.
Running Race, 1J4 mile dash Free
All entries lire to be made with
the Secretary beforo '1 UURSDAY, Juno 0.
1895 Entrauco fees to lie 10 per cent, of
purse, unless othTwi e specified.
fjur- AH Races to b run or trotted
ander the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
tm All Horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawu by 0 o'clock a. k. on
luno 10, 1895
Bene'al Admission 50 Cents
Brand Stand (Uxtta) 60 Cents aud4l
Carriages (insula ol course) eaoh $2.50
Quarter Stretch Badges : . . $5
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
)wy Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bu
- BOTH TELEPHfiKES 113 -
Flnu Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours.
J. S. AOTRADE,
The Evening Bulletin is the lest
medium for advertising.
TpUJtMTUKE CONTAINED IN Ai
1 ' Cottnge nt Pnlamn. Cottngo mny
bo rented. Also, n Uny Saddle JInre.
Inquire nt Bulletin Ofllce, GOO King
ASK YOUR GROCER
Foil Patent Excellent Flooii.
Highest grado Flour on the market.
Cost the same as all other first-class
The Celebrated Bayswater Bullion
Alto the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
By "Ivanhoe" are (or sale. Apply to
QBORGB HOUGHTAILING. '
1301-tf Day Norse Stable.
C. 31. OOOliIjXfcTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no "ounection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOh
Fnndert, Daxhrs, Btorru Aprons, Bto.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Best.
I u FIrst-clnm MHlerlnl of my own tiu
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds ol
Workshop 210 King Btrt-et neRr Maumken
V. O. Box .
Maui Racing Association
1st RUNNING RACE.
1 4 milo dash for Maui bred
Ponies, 14 hands and under.
2d RUNNING RACE.
1 mile dash, free for all.
3rd -TROTTING and PACING
3 minute class, 1 mile heats
best 2 in 3.
4th RUNNING RACE.
(Maiden race). mile dash.
for all Maui bred. Weightfor
5th RUNNING RACE.
(Corinthian race.) t milo
dash. Members of tho Asso
ciation to ride. Welter weights.
6th RUNNING RACE.
4 milo and repeat for Hawai
ian bred horses.
7th RUNNING RACE.
J mile dash, free for all.
Tho above is subject to change.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Secretary Maui Racing
MR. THURSTON'S SUCCESSOR.
Tho Promotion of Mr. Hastings
Would be Satisfactory to the
A Statement as to tho Feeling About
Thurston by a State Depart
Acting Secretary Uhl has receiv
ed telegraphic advices from Minis-1
ter Willis at Honolulu, mainly cor
roborative of the press dispatches
published, says tho Washington
I Rfn nvnmW 41in lliov firmlnin lin
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reference to the probable appoint
ment of Mr. Hastings to succeed
Mr. Thurston as Hawaiian Minis
ter to the United States. Tho offi
cial dispatches were taken to the
White House by Mr. Uhl, and were
considered at to-day's cabinet
meeting. With what result, how
ever, has not yet transpired.
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT.
The following statement in re
gard to the demand for Mr. Thurs
ton's recall emanates from tho
Stato Department and therefore I
may be accepted as the official view
of the subject:
A prominent official of the State
Department, after reading the press
dispatches from Honolulu last
"It is not true that the Hawaiian
Minister's recall was based upon
tho mere fact that that official gave
to the press information relative to
occurrences at Honolulu. Tho
truth is, Mr. Thurston has inspired,
during the last year and a half,
newspaper criticism of the adminis
tration's action in Hawaiian ailairs.
Tho President and Secretary of
State put up with this, but Minis
ter Thurston exhausted the pa
tience of Mr. Cleveland and Mr.
Gresham when he inspired tho
newspaper assault on United States
Minister Willis for tho action of
that officer, under explicit instruc-1
tions of the department, in looking
after the interests of American citi
zens charged before the military
tribunal at Honolulu with com
plicity in tho alleged insurrection.
"In other words, Mr. Thurston's
recall was demanded because ho
attempted to discredit Mr.' Willis
before the American people for do
ing his duty to American citizens
charged with a capital offense in
But Mr. Thurston's friends have
a different story to tell, one which
agrees in a measure with tho first
accounts published. It seemB that
among the ex-minieter's friends was
one who was closely connected with
a news syndicate. His intimacy
with Mr. Thurston was marked and
ho was envied in his position of
obtaining Hawaiian news from first
hands. Upon one occasion, just
after Mr. Thurston had received his
foreign mail and really before ho
had time to give it hiB close atten
tion, his friend of tho press called
for news. While Thurston was
reading a letter he referred the cor
respondent to a lot of letters spread
out upon his desk and told him to
"look them through." They wero
mostly, if not all, from private cor
respondents and could in no way
bo considered official. It seems
that some special matters caught
tho eyo of tho correspondent and
rising from his chair bade the min
ister good-byo and hied himself
immediately to his other friend,
Gresham, and told him of hiB
knowledge obtained through his
reading Thurston's private corre- I
spondencc. It was then that Ores
ham, and the administration gen
erally, grew angry and the unplea
sant episode in Mr. Thurston's
Mil. IIASTING'S I'UOMOTION SATIHl'AC
TOItY. It is also semi-oflicially stated
that the promotion of Mr. Hastings,
as Hawaiian minister, would be '
particularly acceptable to tho Stato ,
Department, where he 1b well known '
and very popular. Before entering
the service of Hawaii, Mr. Hastings
served tho United States very ere- !
ditably in a diplomatic capacity for i
many years. i
He has arranged to leave Wash- !
ington in a few weeks and the lega- j
tion will be cloed until next fall,
unless an extra session of Congress
should bring him back. There is
said to be no significance in this, as
most of the diplomats take summer
vacations. Recent events in Hono-
lulu, However, may necessitate a ;
change in Mr. Hastings' plans, and
he may be obliged to remain in the
city longer than ho had anticipated.
If you want your watch repaired i
If you want jewelry made up neat-1
ly. If you want souvenir spoons, ;
or anything in tho jewelry lino. II. j
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort
street, is your man. Ho was for
ten years tho practical watchmaker j
for Wenner & Co. I
A chnuco to get n
PAIR, OF SHOES
Ten Minutes' Work!
Tho quehtion nmonj; tlio businctm men
of Honolulu is:
To solvo tho problem as well iih to
ascertain whether advertisement at- i
trnct tho ntteution of newnpapor renders,
we oiler n pair of our best 5.00 shoes i
(SC.50 nuywhero elso) to tho poreon who ,
Bendn us, under tho liciul of " Wanted,"
tho eioverint Advertisement of our hIiopb.
It must bo oriirimil, concise, nud to tho ,
point. It must not bo loiisor tluin miy i
ordinary want nd. found in the daily
Advertisement to bo written on ono
sido of wliito paper and binned by tho
competitor'H full nnrao and nddres. I
Stato tho name of tho pnpor in which
you saw this notice nnd enclose your cf
foit in an cnvelopo marked:
Mclnerny' Shoe Store,
Tho attention of out-of-town Bub
Bcribers is particularly called to this
competition Wo want your nd.
Honolulu competitors may drop their
envelopes in the box just iusldo tho store
Competition Glosos at Noon,
June 15, 1895.
Competent judges will decide who is
entitled to tho prize.
Mclnerny's . . .
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Muuanu 8tret, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer
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Agency, ii nun ni Ajurt'iiauf i xvmi.r
Hau Francitmi. California. wbrr i.onlni
tor advertislur " rosJ fo it.
The undersigned having been appointed
Soto Ants for the Hawaiian IsIaMs
FOR TUB CKLIBIATID
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ABE NOW MANUFACTURING A
BTYLK OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adaptor! for Plantation Pnrpoios
A number of which have recently been
received at those Islands, and we wiA have
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotive
oyer all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sols Agent lor the Hawaiian Ialaite.
Coasolifated Soda Water Go,, I'd
Oar. AHm k Prt tta., Burials.
Fort, near Hotel Su.
Cbas. J. McCabtiit, - Manager,
Popular Braids of Straight Goodi
ALWAYS OH nAKD.
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Cocktail a specialty with this reiort.
drtot or thk
Famous Wieland Lager Beer
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ata. Ito., ItO.. ItO.
ilk. Linen aud Crape Shirts
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MV When you are in need of any Una
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