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"With. which is Incorporated the. "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 2G.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 17. 1895.
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LEWEHS & COOKE.
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AND Alilj KIND3 01? BUIIjHINO
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THOS. LINDSAY, '
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Kulcui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to nil kinds of repairs.
, Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
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ecuted nt Short Notice.
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Estato anil Furniture,
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Morckant Streot, Honolulu, II. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Store, my 13.
CITY DRAYQE Go!
W. F. SHARUATT, Manager
Stand adjoining II. Haokfold &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business douo.
in 7 If
VM. L. PETERSON.
Notary Public, Typewriter
Ofhc e: Ove r Goldon Rulo Bazaar
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of AVork in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand n largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given mid lowest prices assured. Tele
Kiiiiiu btreot near Punchbowl
Engrosser t. and - Illuminator
Tucifio Mimlwuro Co.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.-
Donlors in Lumber and Coal
and Iluilding Mutotinls of all
Qiteon clroot, Honolulu.
PIONEIClt STEAM CANDY
FACTORY mid BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Bakor,
No 71 H..to! Stroot.
Aloha Bath. House.
Noxt to Marino liiihvuy. Bath
ing suits on hand. "Patrons
brpught froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 5S5. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho promisest
.Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 15 7 I'll
Wholesale and Retail
98 "Foit Street, Honolulu
Telophoncr 2a P.O. Box 470
The SINGER Received
54 First Awauls for Sewing: Ma
chines and EsmuoiiiEUY Woiuc
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, III.
being tha largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
nioro than double tho numbor
givon to all other Sewing Ma
chines B. Beiujeuson.
my3l tf Bothel et.; Honolulu.
WING W0 TAI & CO
No 25 N-inniiu Stroot
llouolnlti, II, I.
CoimuiiiHiou Mofhunt, Importer') iiikI
Dealers in Amoral JJerchandiho, lino JInni
la Cigars, (IHinosu and Japnnoiu Crockery
ware, JIuttinyM. Viiscs of all Kinds, Cum.
P'.orwood Trunks, ltatt'iu ClmirH. A fine
nssortmontof l)rcs Silks, choicest llramls
of Ch'iicoO and JupnneHO Teas of Latest Im
)ortatinuc ffjiy Inspection of Now Goods lopcct
Hell Tel. 200.
v o. Uox ir.s
Vo havo just received direct from
Now York tho
Ever brought hero nt one timo.
Patterns of 1895
WILDEB & CO.,
F0KT AND, HOTEL ST8.
fleaflunartcrs Enterorfsc Brew Co
Largest Consignment of Beer
that over arrivod horo, now
J. D0DD, Prop'r
AT THE PARK.
DELIOIITKUL. AFTERNOON OK SPORTS
BY THD.H. A. A. C.
Lively Horse Race to Wind Up With.
No Ht'Hos of sports was ever
bftt'-r- oaried out lioie than thosp
of the Hold dy;)f tho Hoiioltrlu
Atautour Athletic Club at tho
awaiiu Jnoki-y Club's track in
Knpinluii P.ir. on Saturday.
Showers .f rain in town diuibtloss
ktpt many poopl away, yut there
wi.s a gomlly i! r.-ng in tho grnd
st-unl and tho prrvato stiuds, bo
aitlos tho ncoui'tiuts of almost if
not ahogotln v as many oariingus
as wero in the grounds on tho
Tho clioic" of ollicors of tho day
was particularly well made, uiul
tin entire absence of dnlav in
sturting evonts was very gratify
ing to the spectators. Titos.
Wright tu. "lit to havo tho chief
credit for this admirable featuro,
as ho never f.iiled to isauo ordord,
when one event was about to begin,
for flio contestants in the next one
to got ready. Tho oflicers who
acted wero as follows:
Judges, Thos. Wright and Dr.
J. T. Way son; eturter, L. "Ward;
referoo, J. W.Jones; time-keepers.
James L. Torbert und F. Kruger;
clerks of course, L. Snigor and J.
There woro several intonsoly
interesting surprises in tho events,
especially in tho bioyclo races,
whore champions were downed re
gardlessly. An event not on the
bill was a half mile running horse
raco, which was fur more amusing
than anything on the Hth. 15o
low is a complete rocord of tho
1. One mile bicyclo raco. handi
cap. Atkinson, scratch; It Dexter,
5 yards; H. A. Giles, 10 yards;
Geo. H. Angus, 11 yards; H. E.
Walker, '20 yards; Win. Chapman.
25 yards; Jos. Silver, 30 yards;
Norman Halstoad, 30 yards. At
kinson won in 2:-lG 2-5; Dexter
2. Ono hundrod yards dash,
hundioi Thos. Pryce, bciatoh;
Cris. Holt, 2 yards; J. L. Hans
mon, 3 yards; John D.ivis, 3 yards;
W. K. Levi, 3 yard-; A. Kaulukou,
3 yards, Thos. C. White, i yards;
W. Bolslor, 7 yard?. Won by
Pryco in 10 35 sooonds.
3. Putting 10-lb. shot, handi
cap. Jas. Spencer, Bcratoh; W.
Chamberlain, 4 foot; A. Kaulu
kou, 4 feet. Won by Sponcor,
1. Half mile boys, bicyclo,
handicap. II. Kluegel, scratch;
Arthur Giles, 15 yards; Chas.
Marklo, 25 yards; A. S. AVillis.jr.,
25 yards. Won by Giles iu 1:20
1-5; Willis second.
5. naif mile dash. O. A. Rico,
G. TV. Clark, Thos. C. Whito, W,
Bolster. Won by Clark in 2:40
4-5; Bolster second. It was a
slow race until near tho finish.
when the loaders put on a burst
of speed. ,
0. Running high jump. C. J.
Willis, Chris Holt, Jas Sponcer.
Won by Spencor, 5 feet; Willis
7. Two hundred twenty yards
dash. D. F. Thrum, Thos. Pryco,
Chris. Holt. Won by Holt in 24
2-5; Pryco second.
8. Half milo bicycle race,
handicap. It. Dexter, scratch;
Jiio Atkinson, scratch; II. E.
Walker; 7 yards; Geo. II. Angus,
7 yards; Win. Chapmau, 10 yards;
Joo Silver. 12 yurds; N. Hnlstead,
15 yaids. Won by Angus In
1:13 1-5; Dexter second. This
was , a good raco throughout, and
Angus made a fine rush at the
finish, with Dexter straining cvory
norvo olo-o behind.
!). Polo vault C. J. Wi.lis,
Jns. Sponcor. Won by Willis, U
ft 1 in. Spei.cer was not much
short of reaching the nine foot
lino. Tho final lofly flights of
Willis wero loudly appLuulcd.
10. Hundrod twenty yards
hurdle race. H. Ilapai, James
Spencor. Won by Hapai in 17
1-5. Sponcor was evidontly fagged '
out by his previous contests.
11. Ono milt- novico bicyclo
imco.Ii mdicap. Joo Silver, scratch;
A. Gilod, 100 yards. Giles was
awarded tho rac on account f -n
foul. Time 3:11 1-5.
This wus ono of the most ox
citing events of tho day. Silver
nearly usod up his little antagon
ist's handicap at the first quartor,
and thou hung on his rear as if to
raako the race an easy one. After
the half ho passed Giles, but tho
little fellow hung on tho big
racor's hind whcol until the threu-quart-r
pojt, when ho canio up
ovcu. Thorn was loud c'nooring
at tho pluck and endurance of
Giles.which increased to a univers
al roar of applatiso as the lad was
seen to bu giving tho burly youth
a hot push for the wire. Tho best
spurt Silvor put on did not give
him the load and when near the
distance post ho ran his machine
upon Gilos' ground. This un
sportsmanlike action had thu
effect of disconcerting Gilos
enough to impair his pace. Silver
cuino oven with him and pns-od
him at the wire just about ono
wheel alioad. Mr. Wri;bt imme
diately awarded tho raco to Giles
by a foul, a judgment that was
12. Qnartu- mile dash. Thos.
Pryco was left the laeo by tho
withdrawal of D. F. Thrum, C. A.
Rico and John Davis, and, al
though instructed ho neod only
walk over the course, ho jogged
over it in 1:0 3 5.
13. Oho milo raco. B.F.Beard
more, A. H. Rice, G. V. Clark,
Chas. F. Murray, W. Bolster,
Thos. C. Whito, Win. W. Cham
berlain, 0. Urowstor, Won by
ltico in 5:23; Chamberlain socond.
ISoardmore early tojk the lead
and dovoloped it until ho was H00
yards ahead of tho runnors next
bohind him at tho throe-quarter
post. Tho othors woro coming
along in groups far apart. As tho
home strotoh was cntorod, how
ovor, it was scon that Boardmoro
was losing his advantago gradual,
ly. Still nobody thought for a
moment ho would bo passed.
When about 150 yards from tho
finish two or threo of his followers
wore closo upon him and it was
ovident hu would ho pushed hard.
At this juncturo Boardmoro gave
an anxious glance ovor his should
er, wavered unsteadily from sido
to sido and dropped out of tin)
raco, Thon there was a roal raco.
Rico and ChiirnVrltiin with ex
hausted limbs and wild eye
s -urted hard for fir-t placo. lliee
crossed the wire about three yank
in front of his rival Murray ai
Whito canio panting sovernl yanli
bo' in third plnco.
1-1. Threo mile lap bicyolo rncs.
Jack Atkinson, II. Doxtor, H. A
Giles, Goo. H Angus, Win. Chap
man, Sylvester Garida. Iu thil
raco Hi" winner f o-ich lap if
given throo po:ntn, lln a coii
two points and tho tjiird one
point, but in tho final iap the
winnor gots four point.- Tin re
sult of tho raco whh as follows:
First lap: Gurida 3, Angus ?c
Second lap: Gandi 3, Dextar.
2, Angus 1.
Third lap: Garida 4, DoxterS,.
Aggrogite: Gatid-i 10, Dexter
4,Augus4. Dexter was awarded
second honors on somothing like;
tho Cieodmoor shooting rules, he
having improved his running.while
Angus did batter at the first thut
at tho last of thu race. Time,,
Garida's performance was i.
splendid illustration of tho 'dark
horse." All tho star wheelmen
woro loft completely out of com
petition with him from start to
fiuish. Atkinson stood woll fir
second place in. .tho first lap, 1-vil
unfortunatoly something got
wrong with his pedals and he ic
tirod 150 yards from tho wire.
15. Ono mile greenhorn bicy
clo raco, hand'cip. D. Crezior.
scraloh; F. G. E. Walkor, scratch;
Wi Vida, scratch; W. Nott, Gtf
yards; W. F. Schmidt, 90 yaids,
J. T. Wright, 125 yards; Ju
Sponcor, 125 yards; Chris. Holt
250 yards. Won by Schmidt
Walkor second, Crozior third.
Timo 3:7 4-5.
10. Ring tournament. Chat..
Rico and Harry Wilder tied with
fivo rings each out of a possible
iiino. Rico took two in tho de
ciding contest. Wilder missed the
first two, and their waived a trial
at the third. A, II. Rico took four
boing tho only one who took all
threo lings in ono tilt. Palmoi
Parker 4, J. McGuire.two tilts, 3:
C. K. llydo, 3; W. Schmidt, 2
17. Half mile dash for horses,
free for all, sweopstukod. This
event was not on tho program,
but it was ono of tho must divert
ing of tho day. Ttn.ro was a field
of fifteen orsixtoon horses, whicL
camo sweoping down tl)o, course
in a bunch to tho home strotch.
Thon it oimo to a contest between
threo or four. Willio Vida, who
hastily boriowed tho charger of
Captain Cook, mountod . police,
at tho last moment, camo un
der tho wiro first, Maguiro beinp
socond. Hurry Wildor's, blact
horse ran Well, hut Harry, should
have put a light boy on him in
stead of his heavy corporation
Timo, 58 eec. Mt. Wright wag
gishly posted it at 51, whoroat
unsophisticated spectators wert
loud in oxprossious of admiration.
Tuoro will bo eogor anticip
ation for the noxt fiold day of the
II. A, A.C., on tho part of all who
hnd tho ploasuro of boing at the
, park last Saturdar.
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