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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 1895.
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
JUNE, 11, 1895.
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize: Mriln. valued at $20. En.
trnoo feefl.'O! lrulledash. Freefor
Prize: Mrrinl, rained at $30. En
trance fee $1.10. 6 lullodnsh. Freofor
3d HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running Race; mile dash. Free (or
4th MERCHANTS' PURSE, $200.
Trotting and Pacini;, to Harness: 2:40
Class; mile heats, 3 in 6. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
Running Race; t mile dash. Frcn for
all. Winner of (tap to heat record of
Ancle A (U45J4) and receive $50 extra.
6th-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing, to Harness; mils
heatt), 3 In S. Free for all.
7th-OCEANTO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
Running Race; mile dash,
6tts PONY RACE, PURSE $100.
1 mile dash, for all Ponies 14 hands or
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Running Race; 1 mile dtish, for Hawaii
an Bred Horses owned by members of
the Club. Winner to accept $100 in
lieu of Cup.
Cup bfcnnies the properly of tho person
winning lttwl-o. Should tho pm'i
who has won it once aud again this
me-ting, ho wl 1 rece ve In llfii of Cup
$110 touetber with JIM) added Win
ner of Cnp first tlmo will receive $150
and credit for one race.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:G0 Class; mllo heats, 2 in 8.
11th PRESIDENT WIDE,
MANN'S CUP, 150 ADDED.
Running Race, i mile dash Free
All entries r to be made With
the Secretary befoie l MUltSAY, Juno .
IH95 Kntrance fees in 10 i vr cent, of
pureo, unless otli rwi jno.lleil
gmr All Races to h- r.m or trotted
ander the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
mr- All Horses are exp-, tfd Ut tilart,
unlets withdrawn b l o'cl ik a. m. on
lone 10. 18
Bene al Admission -.50 Centa
Brand Stand (Hxtrx) GO Cents and $1
Carriage' (insidro' course) eauh $2.50
Quarter Stretch Dadg $5
S. Q. WILDER,
Becretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Yielding a safe Income. Address
Oity Oabriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Mu
BOTH TELEPH0NB8 113 -
Pino Carriages & Civil Drlvera
To ba had at all horn
BOOMS AND BOABD.
ROOMS AND BOARD
for a few persons ean be
had at Ilanlwal, on tb Wai
klkl bcaoh. i
W. 8. BARTIiKTT,
Maui Racing Matin
1st RUNNING RACE.
1 4 mile dash for Mnui 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. Weight for
5th RUNNING RACE.
(Corinthian race.) 1 mile
dash. Members of tho Asso
ciation to ride. Welter weights.
Cth RUNNING RACE.
i mile and repeat for Hawai
ian bred horses.
7th RUNNING RACE.
3 mile dash, free for all.
The above is subject to change.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Secretary Jfaui ltacing
You may have
mjusy hours of comfort by not
j haying worn
( good reliablo
1 PAIR OF
JTako tho hint. Don't buy
TVU1UNQ MY ABSENCE FROM THE
XJ Hnwaiinn IslnndB, Mr. Wour Wa
Foy will act for mo in nil matters by full
owor ot atioraoy. ijau uuujnu,
Dated Ilonoluln, Juno 1, 1805.
A HORSE. BItAKEAND HARNESS
A for 8100. Apply at this Oilico.
The New lroc?4.
In a warm climate like ours the
people arc always striving to get a
fuel that will bo economical and at
the same time effective.
The objection to gasoline in this
country has always been the danger
of explosion, and the objection is
based solely upon the fact that two
accidents occurred here some years
ago from its ufc. The idea that
improvements could be made in
gaboline stoves does not seem to
have occurred to some of tho people
here, but such is the case. There
is no more danger in using a New
Process gasoline stove than there is
in using one that burns wood or
coal. You couldn't explode, one
try as hard as you may, because the
manufacturers have provided
against any such contingency. C.
V. Sturdevant, agent for the New
Process in the Waring Block, has
one of the old style which ho exhi
bits for the purpose of showing cus
tomers the difference between the
old and the new. He has twenty
different styles and sizes of the new
r stoves which ho sells at surprising
ly low prices.
Suez Canal Trafllc in 181)4.
Suez Canal traflic for 1894 is re
ported by Consul-General F. C.
Penfield, of Cario, as follows: The
number of vessels passing was
3352, 10 in excess of 1893, and tho
amount received from toils was
$14,770,081. In 1874 only 12G4
vessels used tho canal. Tho year
of largest business was 1891, when
4200 steamers passed through. By
reason of the application of electric
light nearly 95 percent of the ves
sels usiug tho canal in 1894 were
enabled to travel at night. Only 5
American ships passed the canal
war ships and yachts. The British
ships numbered 2394 of 0,00G,902
aggregate lonnnge. Ocrmany sent I
294 ships through. France 184,
and Holland 188. The aggregate
net tonnage of all ships in 1894
was 8,05P,10G tons.
ii.. m .
Should be ueed in attempting to
cure that very di?nijr'oable disnaso,
catarrh. As 'catarrh originates in
impurities in the blood, local appli
cations can do no prrmauout good.
Tho common boiisb method of treat
ment is to purify tho blood, aud for
this purposo there is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla'.
Hood's Pills euro constipation by
restoring peristaltic action of the
V IN TOWN!
I am now prepared to Move Furnituro I
in better Biinpo man any other express
concern in tho city, as 1 have a WAGON
InrRo enough to move a whole liouso full
of Furnituro nt one load. -
I liavo tho latest PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and uunrnnteo to move
Pianos without scratching, to any part of
tho city for S2.&0. I am a rustler and
don't caro who knows it;, am always to
bo found at my Stand,
Cor. Nuuanu & King Stroots,
tSTl movo ray Furnituro SO FAST
that it mnkeH my competitors SWEAT
to oveu look at mo.
Yours for liueiueps only,
(SuccehBor to Chas. Hummer.)
Kino and Foiit Stiieets,
Is prepared to manufacture, all kinds
aud grades of Hand-mado Harness at
LOWUhT OK I'KICKS I'tlll CAKII.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving tho shop. Mm
TT HAS HEEN REMARKED i
by visitors tlmt tfr viu -ioty
of goods, quality and stylo, tho
shops of Honolulu compnro
favorably with thoso in Uu
largest cities in the United
States. These vein arks are not
strange to us because we me
familiar with tho needs of the
people, we know that their
tastes arc the same as other
people, though they are to it
degree isolated from tho rest
of tho world. But they are-a
reading people and thoy are
apt scholars; they have tho
samo amount of ability .to
copy tho ideas of others or
create new ones as tho ladies
of New York or Boston. To
cater to the tastes of the
diuornnt people horc reonires
tact, ability and coin; in tho
selection of goods, both as to
design, quality and price, all
of tho business qualifications
of man are brought into play.
If wo did not exorcise it in,
r 1.1. i!i.
urn cumui ul uiu uiuixiiiibiiu
World h0W Could WO Offer all
goods, not Shoddy, but woolen
i f(.,T .r. o n,.l ...l.n.
at titty COlltS a yard, When
every other dealer in Ilono-
lulu sells tho identical goods
for soventy-fivo cents and it
dollar. Nor do we confine
ourselves to a single shade '
wo have them in endless va
riety. The samo may bo said of
our stock of all-wool flannols.
Who ever heard'of thorn going
for less than fifty cents a yard. ,
1 hey bring that because thoy
are worth it to any one who
wants them, but we let them i
go to you at thirty-five cents
a yard, or three yards for a
dollar. You can't realize it
but wo can prove it to you as
easy as wo can show you tho
largest and handsomest collec
tion of white goods of every
f ascription Over shown in
Tho coods are bore and tho
woaring qualities are guaran
teed; wo are ashamed to mon
tion tho prices out ofconsider
ation of the feelings of our
rivals; they're low enough of
that ou may be assured.
A drivo in shoes interests
every one our stock includes
all sorts and conditions for
men. women and children,
and to go with tho shoes we
have ti wonderful collection
of hosiery for ladies.
THE TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Look Out for the Best!
And when found make a uoto on.
Wo havo a placo now whoro wo can
show our Furnituro to advantage, wo
can put it in a position where you will
reo just what it will appear in your
homo. If you will look in at our win
dows in tho Waring Block, Fort and
Reretania Streets, you will see what wo
REDROOM, PARLOR anu
LIBRARY SUITS ....
nnd all kinds of Furnituro ready for
your inspection nnd delivery to your
THB CITY FURNITURE STORE
Ami UmliTlnkluK KxtrilillHlimfiit.
Cor. Fort and Bcrctauia Sts.,
II. II. Williams, Manager.
ASK YOUR GROCER
Foi: Patent Excellent Flouh.
Highest grado Flour on tho market.
Cost tho samo as all other first-dims
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
fOE THK CKMMIATBD
FROM THB WOKKB OF
Burham, Williams Se Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
recetre Orders for these Bnglncs,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARK NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapiod for pjanjation PnrpoBOO
a numDer oi wnicn nave recently I
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and wo will have
Pleasure In furnishing plantation agenta
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
9vcr oil other makes Is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout tho
WBI. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Bolo Agents for the Hawaiian Island.
xm. i 1 c i u
Wll0lflSM8 $P RO fa .
- FULL LIN OF -
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
to., Ito., ate., Ite.
Wi, linen and Crape Shirts
OF OOMPLKTH BTOOK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama,
Btf When you are In need of any Una
ot Japanese Goods, give ns first calf and
are tolng all around town.
aoa 3Toxt St., juuCuntsm 2To it
'ha Best Lnnch in Towi.
4.T ILL UOOBJ.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Oigars and Tobacco
U,W1T OM HAMU.
a. J. yroTrras. Prop.
Fort, near Hotel Bts.
Chab. J. McCaktht, Manager.
Papular Braais of Straight Goo&i
ALWAYS ON nAHD.
letiwr Tiir Biowuir
Cocktail a specialty ith this resort.
dkfot or in
Famous Wieland Lager Boar.
Consolidated Soda Water Co,,M
Cor. AUea It Fort Sts., HeBolura.
HOLTaTSTEH & CO.,
HO YEIS K.ISB & CO.,
i Rnnann Btreat
rinmiths, Flnmbino, Etc
J XTOJXA.N. fc
0K00KEEY and GUAB3WAKB, j
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