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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 5, 1895.
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING
JUNE, 11, 1895.
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Frlze: Mpiln', valued nt $20. En
trance fee ?1.60. 1 mllodaah. Freofor
Prlr.e: Mtdal, valued at $30. En
trnnco fee $l.tO. Suiledasli. Frcofor
8d HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running Knee j H mile dash. Free for
4th MERCHANTS' PURSE, $200.
Trotting and Facing, to Harncsn: 2:10
Class; mile heats, 3 in 5. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
Running Race; 1 mile dash. Free for
all. Winner of Cup to beat record of
Angle A (1:45H) ont' receive $50 extra.
Glh-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing, to Harness; mlla
heat?, 3 in 6. Free for nil.
7th-OCEANIO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
Knnnlng Race; fi mile dash,
6th PONY RACE, PURSE 100.
1 mile dash, for all Ponies 14 bands or
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Running Race; lmlIodsh, for Hawaii
an Bred Uorrea owned by monitors of
the Club. Winner to accept $100 in
Ilea of Cap.
Cap becomes the property of the person
winning ittwiro. Sboalrt tho prn'ii
who bas won it once and again UiIb
meeting, he wl'l receive In Hru of (!up
$110, tocotfter with $110 added Win
ner of Cp first time will receive $100
and credit for one race.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE.
i:50 Class; milo heats. 2 in 3. Free for
11th PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, P150 ADDED.
Running Kace, 1 mils dash
All entries ir? to be mario with
the Borretary before '1 HUK8MAY, .Innu 0.
18U5. Entrance fees ! in. 10 rercetit. of
parse, unless oth-rwl 'pc tied
jemr- All Ruues to ! rmi or trotted
under tho rules of the Huwuiiau Jockey
A"" All Horses are exported tit Blurt,
unless withdrawn by 1) o'ul ck a. h. on
lano 10, 18
Qeae-al Admission SO Cents
Brand Stand (Kxtn) CO Cents nnd $(
Carriage' (insldn o course) eaoh $2.50
Quarter Stretch Badg s $S
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Estimates Given on
Brick, Stone & Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
73 Kin? Street, Redward's Old Stand.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
HHA FJSIUUl Y
ViQldlug n enfo Income. AddiuM
l.fJin llPiiLirrirf Olllcu.
1st RUNNING RACE.
1 4 mile dash for Maui bred
Ponies, 14 hands and under.
2d RUNNING HACK.
1 mile dash, free for all.
3rd -TROTTING and PACING
3minute 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
dash. Members of the Asso
ciation to ride. Welter weights
Gth RUNNING RACE.
mile and repeat for Hawai
ian bred horses.
7th RUNNING RACE.
Jl mile dash, free for all.
The above is subject to change.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Secretary Maui Racing
i You may have
may hours of comfort by not
1 PAIR OE
tho hint. Don't buy
DUHING MY Al'jSKNOK I-'HO.M THE
Ilnwniiiui iHlnmls, Mr. Wojik Wa
Vny will nut for inn in all mutters by full
power or ntiormiy. LAU OUONG.
Dated Hoiiohilu, Juno U8D5. 10-IH
A UOItail, 1IUAKK AND IIAHNJiSH
i for 9 lou.
Apply nl tlilR Olllco.
-. i'"v-i.rK7aV ,..Z- I
The Aloha was to lotvo
Francisco on May SUt.
The Andrew Welch eommonced
loading tit Han KnmciwM on May
The Arawa was to leave Sydney
for London on May :ilst with a
cargo of frozen mutton.
The hawser that fouled the Aus
tralia's propeller when she Railed
last month was removed by divers
a ... r :
OiUI P I UIIUIMJU.
The little schooner llinun Hing-
hnm sailed into port to-dav from
i J., i.1... .,..:,. c:i. v... ..i:
uuii x- imii;ici:u. jiiu uu-s u :ituuuu
engine for use in calms.
Tim Amonnnn cnlmnnno If P
Wright has been chartered by J. 1).
Spreckels it Bros, for passengers
and freight to Mnhukona.
The American schooner 0. M. K.
Kellogg, 07-1 tons, now at Cray's
Harbor, haB been chartered by the
E. K. Wood Lumber Co. for Hono
lulu. The ship Tillie Starbuck has
hauled in to the Fort street wharf
to discharge ballast. She is re
ceiving a fresh coat of paint in tho
Further details have been re
ceived of the loss of tho Spanish
steamer Gravina, wrecked off Ma
nila, I'hillippine islands, during a
typhoon, showing that 1G8 persons
were drowned. Only two of those
on board aro believed to have been
On her last trip to Queonstown
tho Cunard liner Lucania beat her
daily average speed record. Her
best previous daily speed record
was 21.89 knots made in June,
1894. On this last trip she aver
aged 22.01. Her daily runs were
431,405, 524, 522, 517 and 388
The German steamer Taicheong
caught fire at Ainoy about the last
of April. She was loaded with
kerosene and a goneral cargo. The
nrnw ,.f fl, TlnWo.l .,, l.!n
Machias saved the vessel and cargo.
The American blue jackets boarded
the steamship in small boats nnd
worked at tho fire all the afternoon.
The regular monthly concert at!
, , , , , , , . , i
kco Island takes place to-night.
The Hawaiian band will
March .Mystic Shrino Holot
Overtuto Eliza aud Clmulio
Biillad-Oii tho Sea Schubert
Selcciou TLo ItivalH l'ottco i
Medley Muisicnl Review IHviero
Unllnd Ln Pnloma Yrndio
Waltz Wnikiki Ueacli Uorger
Two Hawaiian Airs
fa) Ahi Weln (b) Eleile
Having used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family and
found it to be a first-class article, I
take pleasure in recommending it
to my friends. J. V. Fostek, M'est
port, Cal. For salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & CoT, Agents for
Stieral Collages at Sweraio HtDhL
FOlt SALE OH EASY TERMS.
Houe Mil, inllns from l'nt unite, on
nJ nrr KillR StrcW, l-w tfip
bytni tliti Kh . -li m lm
'Ub.. Tti'. ilVrs u jjooi rlmnutt wi r irt
1IodioUi1 nt ino.ierMlH prlcr v. M, mi
nzat.u nsiiri'(l In (he nt-nr dilii'-
ill IU0 lOt to liuxr tllO liiMini T'll.;!
ferns wo o( tlm inuH u.-tlrulilu Invcil
luonta for a umill emu of mutiny.
p.. C'uroritlaMH or uuyin.t- 'i--i-(nu
to Invent In Lurid Trxi-ti ul KnlinrliK
Land ti) lw accoiiiiiidilrtlnl ut rnfi-.iiii.li
Ukums wllli Trout of fnmi S, 10 u M)
r I.il on the ntlmr Mitiitls, In
Triwa MiiUtlilu for u Dairy, IIpk IUiiuIi o
Colfoa tul Hlnnl I'luiitiitinii for ml" or
ItmMt. Knnalro of
JA2-8IU K. M, NAKUINA.
Uvi:.MMi Ihu.i.r.TlN, CO oonln per
isilors that for varioty
of goods, quality and stylo, the
shops ol Honolulu coinpurn
favorably with those in the
largest cities in tho United
States. These remarks are not
strange to us because wo are
familiar with the needs of tho
people, we know that their
tastes are the snmo as other
people, though they aro to a
degreo isolated from the rest
of tho world. But they aro a
reading people and they aro
apt scholars; thoy liavo tho
same amount of ability to
copy the ideas of others or
create now ones as tho ladies
of Now York or Boston. To
cator to the tastes of the
different people hero requires
tact, ability and coin; in tho
selection of goods, both as to
design, quality and prico, all
of tho business qualilfcations
of man aro brought into play.
If wo did not exorcise it in
our cornor of tho mercantile
world how could wo offer all
shades of genuino woolen
goods, not shoddy, but woolen
at fifty cents a yard, when
every other dealor in Hono
lulu sells tho identical goods
for sovonty-fivo coats nnd a
dollar. Nor do we confine
ourselves to a single shade
wo have them in endless va
riety. The same may bo said of
our stock of all-wool flannels.
Who ever heard of them going i
for less than fifty cents a yard. ,
Thoy bring that because thoy I
are worth it to any ono who '
wants them, but wo let thorn
go to you at thirty-five conts j
a yard, or three yards for a
dollar. You can't realize it j
but wo can prove it to you as
easy as wo can show you the t
largest and handsomest collec-1
tion of whito goods of ovory i
j description ever shown in I
j Tho Roods are hero and tho
wearing qualities aro guaran-
tUfll, WO ill U il&IIUIIlUU LU JIIUII-
tion tho prices out of consider-
i ation of the feelings of our
! rivals; they're low enough of
, that 3 on may bo assured.
A drive in shoes intorests
every ono our stock includes
all sorts and conditions for
me1n'. womc a"(l Children,
and to go with tho shoes we
have a wonderful collection
of hosiery for ladies.
IBB TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Looh Out for the Best ! !
Aud wheu found make a i:ulc on.
Wo have a place, now where wo can
show our Furniture to ndvauta(;c, wo
can nut it in a position whero ou will
hco just what it will appear in your
homo. If you will look in nt our win
dowH in tho Waiiiso Block, l-'ort and
Uorotanin Streets, you will see what wo
BEDROOM, TAHLOlt ani
LIHKAKY SUITS ....
nnd nil kinds of Ftirnituro ready for
your inspection nnd delivery to your
THE OITY FURNITURE STORE
Anil Umli-rlnklnic i:lnlillliiiii'iit.
Cur. Fort and Itorutaiiia Sts.,
(Wlia II. II. Wim.iamh, MinniKer.
HOOMB AND HOA.IID.
ROOMS AND JIOAJUJ
fur it fw iKTkOim pn lx
liml At UhiiIwhI. on th Wl
ktWl lieuuli. . KUW&fi
w. u. nAUTi.it rr,
V vo'" 'S-
Eleotrio Light Provided by Ha
waiian Elootrio Light Company.
WM. 6. IRWIN S GO.
- OFFER FOR SA LK
ALEX. OROSB & BONB'
Celebrated Hlga Giads Cans XajiQicL
We are alio prepared to take orders for
AKara. XT. Otaorndt Ja O0J1
Insuring prompt delivery.
Thli ! a inperlor Paint Oil, oon-
inmlng leu plement than Llnieed Oil, and
KlTine a laatlne brllllanov to colon.
Hied with dilei It eirei a ipUndid floor
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
Filrbuk Canning Co.'a Gornoi Bed
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'B
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
IiiS'i Patent Steam Flpi Oonrlrjt.
JarboDa' Diamond, Enamol A Ever-
Kijieciftlly deMignril lor Vacuum i'Ani, "