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f B. L. FINHEV, Manager.
tftfelth iiual jMeeting
f Jockey - Club
June 11th, 1896.
lloccs to Commcuco nt 10 a. m. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued nt 20.
2-13ICYOLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Modal, vnlucd at $30.
3-HONOLULU PURSE, 8200.
Runniug race; milo dash.
Free for all.
4 MERCHANTS' PURS?'
Trotting and racing to har
11088. Best 2 in 3, 2:15 class.
5-OOEANIO S. S. CO'S CUP,
, 8150 ADDED. RunningRnco;
' 2 m'l dash. Hawaiian 13red.
6--ROSITA - CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 milo dash.
7 KAPIOLANf PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 2 in 3, 2:35 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, g milo dash for
Hawaiian brods, 150.
9-KALAKAUA CUP. 1 mile
dash for Hawaiian bred, S1C0.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and pacing to
harness. Hawaiiau bred 4
year olds or under. Purso S100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE-
'" MANN'S PURSE. mile
dash; freo for nil. $150 added.
All entries aro to be made with
tho Secretary boforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1890. En
trance foes to be 10 per cent, of
purso, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to bo run or trotted
undor tho rules of tho Hawaiian
All horses are expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on Juno 10th, 1896.
Gonoral admission. . , ... .50 cents
Grand Stand (oxtrn)
v cont8 and SI
Carriages (iusido of courso)
Quarter stretoh badges 5
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Just Received a conuignmont of
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I3T Speoial attoutiou oalled to tho last
nnmod to thoso who Mant n cood Piano at
a moderate price. We .soil Pianos on the
AVo innuurnctiire Iltibbor Stamps.
53, Island orders bolicitod. Give ns a
trloHmd we guarantee satisfaction.
Undo Her Life 3IIornlle, but Sho Is
ltenil tho testimony of Trt. II. O,
Jlonro, Coli u rK, A Ictorltt, xrhoao por
trait U 1 given t
"Sonjo fow years hko I sufTcroil
terribly with Indigestion and tpp
cral (lubillty. I could not bit ?
and my condition was nnr-li us tn
in.iko my life inlsi'iiiblc. Noim ci"
ttio many rcinedluH I tried did mo
nny good, and I despaired of over
Kettinr better. One of niv frh i d
ttilil nip of tlio bluod-ntirifjiiig ii'i.t
strpiigtli-Klviiiff properties of Ajci'it
S.ira.iparilla, and I bepnn taking it.
llcfoio I had finished the first bottlu
I felt better, and was thus onemir
tii.il. In all I used four bottles,
utd then was perfectly cured of tV
fT' levous tioublo which ha I a!lllf d
me. 1 now recommend, to anjoi.3
Miffeiing us I did.
fit a Splendid
Nerve end Blood Modiclis.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo ARonts for the Republic of Hawaii.
Cmports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JDNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory& Grono ';. 11,798
Aloet & Ghandon 9,G08
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louia Itoedoror 3,438
Perrior Jouot 8.286
Vo. Clicquot 2,378
Bt. Marcoaux 834
Krug& Co 270
Onus. Hoidsiook 355
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LEGISLATOR IN SESSION
THK OAMirOHNIA XtfSV. HI 1,1.
ASSH) TIIK Ni:.ATK.
Tl' Ilomo-of ItcpreaciitntlvemtlaUca
n Nliirt on tbc Ueuernl Ap-
EianTY-F.Tru Day, May 27tii.
HOUSE OF HEMtnSENTATlVES.
At yoslerday nftei noon's BeHsiou
Bep. Bond introduced a bill to i
increase the duty on sake and
wines mado from grape juice. Ho
acted in this matter ou the con
clusions of tho majority of tho
Tho following appropriations
were mado in tho loan bill:
Court houso ntKipahulu, 61000.
Honolulu firo stations, 600,000.
Wharf nt Wainkca, Uilo, S50,
000, increased from S30,000. '-
Punn roads, $25,000.
' Cross roads to Volcano road,
Boads in Waimca nnd Kohala,
Homestead roads in Kau.Si,
000. Encouragement of immigration,
Minister Cooper announced tho
policy of the Government to be
tho introduction of Portuguese or
other Euronenn familiGH. which
could bo effected nt a cost of S135 !
for each family. At tho expira
tion of their labor contracts it
was expected thoso immigrants
would become useful settlers.
Tho bill to provide for condemn
ation of lands deleterious to public
health, if their owners neglect to
improve them, passed.
The bill creating tho Depnrt
raont of Public Instruction-iiSas
Adjourned at 4:50.
Thoro were sovoial empty scats
in tho House this morning.
Rop. ltycroft presented a report
of tho public lauds committee, on
petition from Puna for 815,000 for
a road, recommending that it bo
granted. Tabled for considera
tion wjth appropriation bill.
Tho Somite bill rolatingto poits
of entry passed third reading.
Tho bill relating to appoals
passed second rending.
Tho bill to provide for keoping
records of births, deaths and mar
riages, on second reading, was
considered section by section in
committee of thg whole, Pop. Ha
nuna in tho chair. On motion of
Rop. Kamauoha, the committee
roso and reported, recommending
tho passage of tho bill. Adopted,
and bill ordered read a third timo
when roportcd as typewritten.
Pep. Kamauoha moved to take
up tho appropriation bill for cur
rout receipts. Carried.
Tho now item, "Eoad from Pa
hoa to head of Pycroft's road,
15,000," was read by the secre
tary. Pep. Pycroft moved a suspen
sion of tho lules, lu lmvo tho bill
rend a first timo by title, nnd'thoji
to consider it item by item on Sec
ond reading. Carried.
Pop. RichardB moved to insoit,
"Pay of Portuguoso interpreter
for January, February and March,
189G, $225." Carried.
Miuistor Cooper moved to in
sort, "Suppression of rebellion,
S100," explaining that it was to
pay a printing bill in commotion
with tho insurrection of 1895.
Minister Coopor, on tho mili
tary items, said tho Auditor-General
had informed him that ho
could only draw pro rata monthly
on tho 30,000 for tho commis
sariat. This put him in an awk
Minister Damon interjected that
suoh a ruling was not suppoited
by anything in tho bill. Tho pro
rata paynionts only applied to
salaries and pay rolls. It would
be impossible to apply tho rule to
othor expenditures. For instance,
if a bridgo was built it might re
quire the payment of a whole ap
propriation nt onco.
It hoinj 12 o'clook recess was
taken until 1:30, Spoakor Naono
reminding members that this did
not luetvh 2 o'clock.
Eimm'-Firni Day, May 27tii.
v the senate.
Aftor the usual preliminaries a
communication was read from tho l
Houso transmitting two bills
which had passed.
Senator Lyman loported that
jointy'resolution 14, relating to
postage stamps, had been presont
'dHttho President for his signa
ture. Srtuntor Pnltlwin from tho Coin-
initio on Commorce reported
buck tho bill admitting California
wines duty freo without furthor
House Bill 12, nn Act to pro
vide for tho improvement of land,
deleterious to public health, wua
taken up ou fust rending and
pnssed. Undor subponsion of tho
lules tho bill was lead a second
timo by title and referred to tho
Committee on Public LandB.
House Bill 47, to oronto tho Dn
parhnont of Public Instiuction
and define' its duties and powers,
waB read tho first timo nud passed.
Under suspension of tho rules tho
bill was read n second timo by
title nnd referred to tho Commit
too on Education.
On motion Sonntor Brown was
excused from acting on tho In
come Tax bill and Senator Bald--win
appointed in his place.
On motion Senator Wntorhouso
was substituted for Senator Brown
on tho Conference Committeo on
tho Internal Taxes bill.
Sounto Bill 48, rolatinc to tho
importation of California wines,
was taken up on second reading,
with tho report of tho Committeo
Senntor Baldwin said ho had
asked to have tho bill Bent back
to tho committeo with tho idea of
ombodyinc in it some legislation
regarding sako and othor dolotor
Voub drinks. They had found
grunt difficulty in doing so, aud
tho only wny would bo to directly
attack sako. To do this would
involve thogovornmontin possible
trouble with Japan. They favored
tho bill as it was carrying out tho
idea embodied in tho prcsont law,
which raised tho duty on stronc
alcoholic liquors nnd lowered it
on weak ones. Tho only troublo
ho saw was in the consequent loss
of revenue. Howovor, ho should
favor the passage of tho bill.
Senator Lyman said tho Senate
should remombor that tho Liquor
Commission had reported threo
hills which covered tho ontiro
question. This bill should bo
considered in connection with tho
Sonntor Schmidt said tho pres
ent bill had nothing to do with
any of tho others. The sako and
beer issues should not bo dragged
into tho prosont discussion.
Senator Rice suggested that as
the matter was in tho nnturo of
an experiment, tho timo of tho
free importation might bo reducod
to two years instead of iivo. ,
Sonator Holstoin said tho bill
would woik n hardship to Hawaii
an wine-makers, who under tho
prosont law havo to pay storage
aud othor chargos, which import
ers of California wines escape
Senator Baldwin said thero had
beon laws on tho statuto book for
years to boueflt tho Hawaiian
wino makers, but thoy did not
seom to have xirosporcd to any ox
tont. Tho reason wns thoy woro
too near to tlio California market
whoro a better article could bo
produced at a lower cost.
On motion tho bill passed tho
second reading without a dissent
ing voto, and wiib mado tho special
order of tho day for Friday on
At 11:15 tho Sounto completed
nil tho business on the tublo and
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards nt tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Bergorsen, agent,
King and Bothol streots.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
I'ltKNCII CAPITALISTS IIUY
tiii: ouriAN DiniT
Itrni I'rom Four CoiilliionCn Son.
tonccw or JoliaiincMbltrc 11 n for-
mom Mill In Doul.t.
Lieutpunnt Peary,tho Arctic ex
plorer, is going north again thie
Bummer, it is believed his object
is to secure for tho Philadelphia
Academy of Sciances tho forty- ton
moteprito noar Capo York which
ho discovered last year.
Clifford Schmidt, tho California
violinist, died in Now York from
tho offoots of an electric car acci
dent. Ho was in his thirty-fifth
year and hnd Avon a fine musicnl
A firo causod by spontaneous
combustion started in a coal
buukor of tho U. S. S. Indiana at
th'e Brooklyn Navy Yard. Visit
ois woro hurried ashore and tho
sailors put tho firo out. Tho wnll
of a magazine containing tho
8 inch guns' ammunition was
heated by the fire.
Thero aro signs that McKinloy
will be nominated by acclamation.
Mnuy ordorB for oxtrn cars to St.
Louis lmvo boen cancelled.
A Washington dispatch says
the President has boon informed
that tho silver men will rulo tho
Democratic National Convention.
Southern California police dis
covered a serious plot to wreck
trains, but tho loaders escaped bo
foro any arrests could bo mado. It
i? feared that tho criminals may
Sonntor Quay Bays ho is in tho
presidential nomination raco to
At a session of tho Houso
committeo on oon- pi
May 19, tho prospects Wor
Government aid to a Pacific cable
wero discussed, but without defi
nite result. An ngrccniout wns
reached, howover, to report a bill
introduced by Wellington of
Maryland, which provides that
tho Bhoro end of any submarine
cable to bo established after tho
p'assago of tho act which may bo
protected in nny foreign country
by exclusive lnndiuu rights or
Bpecial privileges of franchise will
not bo permitted to land or bo
operated on tho territory of tlio
United States until permission
has beou obtained from Con
M. Horbotto, French Embassa
dor to Germany, has been recalled
and will bo succeeded by M. Ca
bon, Minister to Turkey.
Moscow is brilliant with recep
tions of royul and othor disting
uished personages coming to tho
coronation of tho Czar. Tho
Nihilists havo resumed activity,
putting tho authorities on tho
alert. A manufactory of bombs
has boon discovered uudor a street
through which tho coronation
procossion is to pass. Several
workmen on building preparations
havo beon arrested on suspicion.
It is roportod that tho Czar will
grant pardons and commutations,
wholesale, to Siborian exiles; also
romovo disabilities from Jows,
remit arrears of taxes to tho
peasantry, nnd grant freedom of
Thirty-two of tho forty-sovon
socialists placed on trial in Bor
lin for violntion of tho laws of as
sociation havo boon acquitted.
Horr Bobol says of tho result:
"Tho political polico novor sus
tained such a crushing dofeat,and
certainly tho main result of tho
trial is to provo tho utterly an
tiquated naturo of tho Prussian
laws of association uud tho im
perative necessity for fresh legis
lation." Tho Dnmarlauds credits pass
od second reading in tho Gorman
Reichstag. This is an oxpression
in favor of maintaining Gorman
rulo in Southwest Africa.
Tho Spanish authorities rofuso
to surrender Martin, alius Mon
doza, accused of swindling August
Belmont it Co. out of $24,000 by
means of a forged draft. , .Ho w
in Havana, and papors nsking for
I ins oxtrntiitinn to Now York, sign
ed uy uovornor Morton and iieo
rotary of Stato Olnoy, wero pro
pontod thero. No reason is gives,
for tho refusal.
French capitalists have bought
Un tlio hull- nt flnlinn hiiirla th,
amount being upward of $27,000,
000. Tho object of French buyore
in soeking control of tho Cuban
debt is said to bo to obtain from
Spain diioet iulervoution in the
Cuban Treasury Department,
placing n ropresontalivo of their
syndicate in ovory custom-house
on tho island to poo thnt thoso be
honestly administered and thus
insure tho prompt payment of the
interest on tho debt.
Cubans mistrust Gonoral Wey
lor's offer of nnnesty to robele
who surrondor thoir arms and
swear allegiance to Spnin. It ie
snid that after ono takes tho oath
ho is ro-arrostod on n charge of
incondinrism, tried by n drum
bend court tnnrfinl mid cnninnnmT
to bo shot tho following morning.
Thoro is said to bo an execution
nt every sunriso'iu Cobanas.castle.
Gonornl Victim i"b dond.'of vol
low favor nt ' Corral Fajpo," in
Matauzas, whoro ho has boon sick
for Bovernl days past. His body
will bo buried in the city of
General Boriml will tnl.-n cnm.
mand of Gonerul Vicuna's columt
of troops, and ,. has been ordered
tp opposo tho invasion of Havana
I'iuwui-u uy '.duntimo uomez,
whoso intontion it is to forco the
It is ronortnd horn tlinf. Prnni
dent Santa Lucia has been desoit-
ed by Cahxto Garcia and Jose
Maceo, who refused obodionco t&
the orders of tho President.
Genornl Woylor has issued an
edict forbidding tho Joxport of
tobacco from Cuba. Tho United
States may usk for nu extension
of timo, ob tho prohibition will
closo tho cigar factories of Florida.
A Washington dispatch says:
Tho attention of tho Stato Depart
ment has not beon officially direct
ed to tllQ nuhliciltion in rnrtaii
Spanish newspapers over tho sig
nature oi jjieuionnnt aoornl, tne
Iiaval attache of tlio Snnninli T.nm.
atiou in this city, setting out the
uotonsoioss condition of tho sea
coast of the Unitod States.
It is reported thnt tho Sultan of
Turkey is ready to make torms of
reconciliation with the Armen
ians. A. W. Torrill, U. S. Minister to
Turkey, now homo on leave of
absouco,is formally charged by th
American missionaries m Tnrkoy
with unbecoming conduct and in
capacity for his position. Ho k
accused of low and gross habits,
of using profnno nnd vulgar
latiguago, nud of blustering, do
mineering manners, which nre
said to bo oxcoodingly offonsive
to tho Turkish offioialB nnd to oil
who havo boon at tho Logation.
TIIK DAItIC CO.NHNCNT.
Tho romaiudor of tho Itnliaa
prisoners in Tigro territory have
been handed over to Gonoral
Moro dofoals of tho Matabolf
A Pretoria dispatch of May J6
says: Tho oxecutivo council t
day decided that tho punishmont
of Colouol Francis Rhodes, Lionel
Phillips, Georgo Farrar and
John Hays Hammond, tho leaders
of tho reformers, who wero sen
tenced to death, shall bo fifteea
yours imprisonment. Tho hope
is ontortninod thnt tho sentences
will bo modified. Tho decision oE
tho sentoiices of tho othor in
formers is Btill awaited.
A lator dispatch says tho sen
tences aro as yot undecided.
In un oditorinl tho Londo
Times says tho severity of tho sen
tences will ckubo a painful sur
prise, nud tho onding will bo to
porpotuato political stufe.
It is likely that tho motion in
tho Capo Parliament to rovoko tbc
charter of tho British South Afri
ca Company will bo defeated.
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