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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
t tfutelth iiiual JVIecting
June Uth, 1896.
UaccH to Couitncuco nt 10 a. in. Sharp.
1 BIOYOLE RACE. Prize:
. Gold Medal, valued nt S20.
2-BICYOLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued at 830.
3 HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Runuiug race; milo dnsh.
Froe for all.
4 MERCHANTS' 'PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness. Boat 2 in 3, 2:45 clasB.
Purso ftl 50.
5-OOEANIC S. S. CO'S CUP,
S1C0 ADDED. RunmngRaco;
'i milo dash. Hawaiian Bred.
6 ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 milo dash.
1 J KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
' Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 3 in 5, 2:30 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, g milo dash for
Hawaiian breds, $150.
9-KALAKAUA OUP. 1 mile
dash for Hawaiian bred, 150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and pacing to
harnoss. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or under. Purso 8100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S OUP. 1 milo
dnsh; free for nil. 8150 ndded.
All entries arc to bo mado with
tho Secretary beforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 189G. En
trance foes to bo 10 per cent, of
purso, unless othorwiso specified.
All Races to bo run or trotted
undor tho rules of tho Hnwniinn
All horses aro oxpocted to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on Juno 10th, 18'JG.
Gonornl admission 50 cents
Grund Stand (oxtru)
50 conts and SI
Carriages (iuBido of courso)
Quartor stretch badges. . . . '. . . .$5
Per order Committee,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
left Sun Francisco
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which ho hus tafcou grunt jminu to scloct
for plautution uo, they will arrive por
biuk It 1' Ilithet on or about Juno 1st, and
urn consigued to ,T N WriKht.Littlo Uritutu,
Houohilu. 1. O. Box GO.
J. N. Wright,
Irritating and Disfiguring
On the Face, Cuxod by
Rtnurlcajjlo ExjpotUsoo of Mill Dorothy
IlaheVTitiroy, Victoria, whose portrait
wo aro privileged to give bolow:
"1 tul.o pleusmo in testifying to
tbe jrrcat iKMii'lit I derived from
Ayrr's SurRii'inrilhi. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
irritating and cxatious nature.
For a considerable time I cxperi.
monted with various so-called blood
medicines but without any allevia
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsaparilla being strongly
recommended to mc, I began to use
it, and after t iking two bottles it
was most gratifying to see and feci
the effect in allaying tho Irritation
and reducing tho eruptions. "When
I had used three bottles tho erup
tions disappeared altogether, with,
out leaving n mark on my face, and
I have, never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
Sold Medals at the World't Chid Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents (or tho Republio ot Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
I ROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Murara & Co.' 6 extra
Pommory & Grono ... 11,798
Moot & Ohandori 9,608
Hoidsieok & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 8,4.38
Perrier Jouot ' 3.286
Vvo. Clicquot 2,878
St. Mnrcouux 834
Ohns. Hoidsieok 355
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Bolo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Uawniiau iBlunds.
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Japanese -:- Qoods !
On WEDNESDAY, June 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Iinniodin tely lifter the sale ot Bronzes I
will sell at i'ublio Auction, at my Sales
room, Qnuun street, a valuablo collection
of Japanobo Ware, comprising:
Elegant Vases and Urns,
Tea and BrcuMaat Soti, Inlaid Ware,
BoieeuH, Umbrella and Oauo Stiunls, oto.
C&u Goods now on iow.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME
thi: rnisr itf-ciiiii:xr tkam was
A I'ntr AttciidtiiKC Hut n lor lnme-
Errur Wore the Utile Iiiktcud
The friends of tho 1st Regiment
ball team turned out fairly well
on Saturday to give their ball
team a good send off, but after the
first innings thoir enthusiasm
died out. The lining wore first
tuo oat, ana scored eight runs.,
They wore not earned but securodj
by errors of their opponents. Tho
catcher of tho 1st Regiment team
was decidedly off; there were oven
those who wero unchuritablo
enough to say that ho was simply
and disgracefully drunk. What
ever was the matter with him it
would be well that he uliould bo
replaced in futuro games. Tho
ui ratio actions of Mr. Aiwohi
rattled tho wholo team, which
otherwiso would have mado a
ood showing. Following aro tho
etnils of the game such as it wns:
Knms Iht Knco was struck
out; Koki mado first on a hit to
right field and stolo second and
third aud came home on Kuunoi's
pop fly to pitcher, tho catcher
dropping tho ball at tho plato.
Bridges- mado first on Luuhiwa's
error at third, A. Pahau mado his
first, Castino mudo first and
Bridges camo homo. Makaimoku
took his baso and Pahau came
homo on a passed ball. Ahia
mudo first and with Makaimoku
camo homo qn repeated passed
bnlls. Louion. took his first on
balls, Koki made a baso hit and
brought Lemon homo. Kaanoi
retired his side ot first with eight
runs to tho good.
For tho 1st Rogimont Simorson
fanned out; Aiwohi "went out at
first on a drive to socond; Wood
went out on a high ily at second.
Second Bridges took fiist and
got second on an overthrow to
first; A. Pahau flow out to center
field; Castino got to first; Makai
moku wont out at first; Ahia took
first on a drive to loft field and
Castino camo homo on a passed
ball. Ahia was put out at sec
ond. Wood got first on a drive to
center field; Ncoloy took his baso
on bails; (Jarlylo wont out at first;
Buchanan fanned out and retired
Third Lomon got to first, B.
Pahau mado a bare hit and sent
Lemon to third; Koki ilow out to
ceuter field; Kaanoi struck out;
Biidges mado second on a drive
to center field and Lemon came
homo; A. Pahau fiow out to sec
ond. Scanlon was put out at first;
Simorson mado a baso hit and
Btolo second and third; Aiwohi
mado a baso hit and Simorson
camo homo. Wood and Aiwohi
wont out on a doublo play at sec
ond. FouitTii Castino struck out,
Makaimoku got first on a dropped
ily and stolo socond and third.
Ahia flow out at center fiold and
Makaimoku wont out at third.
For tho 1st Regiment Luahiwa
went out at first, Wood fiow out
to second, Neoloy failed to reach
Fifth Lomon mado his baso,
R. Pahau wont out on n high ily
to first,Koki flow out to right fiold
and cannoi did likowiso.
Carlyle mado second on a high
fly which was missed, Buchanan
mudo first and Carlylo got third
and camo homo on a passed ball.
Scanlon got his first and Carlylo
enmo in. Simorson got first, aud
socond and third on a passed ball,
Aiwohi got first and Simorson
camo in. W. Wood wont out on a
good pick up at first.
Sixth Bridges mado first, and
aftorwards camo homo on n wild
throw to first. A. Pahau How out
at right fiold, Castino mado a baso
hit, Makaimoku wont out at first,
Ahia fiow out to second.
G. Wood ilow out, Ncoloy got
his first by tho skin of his teeth,
Carlylo got his first, Buchanan
wont out at first leaving Nooloy on
SEvrxTH Lemon got tho first
three Imggor of tho day, It. Pahau
wont out nt first nud Lemon camo
homo. Koki Hew out to socond,
Kaanoi wont out at first on a good
pick up by Neeloy.
8canlon made a clean base hit,
Simorsou made pocond and Scan
lon got his third Aiwohi mudo a
drive to right full iud Scanlon
mid Simorson ciuno i. "WWbod
tow out to loft field, Lualiiwa
made first, G. Wood his baso,
N'oeley mado a drive to center and
Eunliiwn camo in. Carl lo Hew
on! nt riuht field.
imiTH Bridges mado first. A.
hau ilow out at second, Castino
tmade his first and went out try
jfrg to steal second. Bridges came
homo on a passed ball. Mukai
moku ilew out at center field.
Buchanan went out nt first,
Scanlon was called out on strikes
and Himerson went out at first.
Ninth Ahia was put out at
first, Lemon flow out at socond,
R. Pahau got first and Koki was
caught out at first.
With ton runs to mako to win
Aiwohi wns caught out on a high
fly at first, W. Wood sent a hot
liner to shortstop aud mado his
first, Luahiwa flow out to left
field, Georgo Wood
his Jjrothor third
right fiold. Nooloy
and W. Wood enmo
n hit to
got first and Wood
Buchannn How out to first,
Following is tho official
Tii r in ro a
Pahau; R.,cf,c. 6 1 1 1 0
Koki, S., 2b 0 1 2 -1 -1
Kaanoi, 0., ss.. . 5" 1 1 1 1
Bridges, C, 3b.. 5 4 4 0 8
Pahau, A., c, cf.. 5 113 2
Costina, J., rf . . . 5 1 2 1 0
Makaimoku, J., If 5 2 2 2 0
AhiaW., lb.... 5 1 115 1
n In ro
Lomon, B., p 5 3 3 0 7
Total 471517 27 21 5
Til R IB 10
Simorson, p . . . .
Aiwohi, C, c. ..
Iniuhiwft, J., 3b..
Wood, G., 2b....
2 2 0
Neeloy, ss 5 0
Carlylo, W.W.rf 5 1
Buchanan, If. . . 5 0
Scanlon, M. J. lb 4 2
Time o garao, 1
8 14 27 1 i
minutes. Baso on balls By
Lomon 1, by Simorson 2. Struck
out By Lemon 3, by Simerson 3.
Loft on bases Kamohamehas 4,
First Regiment 9. Tliroo bnso
hit- Lomon 1. Doublo play
By Kaanoi, Koki and Ahia. Pass
ed balls A. Pahau 1, Aiwohi
5. Umpires H. M. Whitney,
Jr., and M. Koohokalolo. Scoror
W. J. Forbes.
WANTS Itl'MAlltui: HOOKS.
I.ocnl IIiiNlnet ill en Decllno to llu
I'oolod A emu.
Tlio San Francisco people who
camo down to publish a directory
have mado auothor bluff. A third
party camo down on tho Warri
moo, who will work for them as
canvasser, thus taking somo more
money out of tho country.
lu thoir advertisement, tho co
operation of tho public is asked
for. That is just whore Mr. Fin
ney got ahead of thorn. Tho no
account directory of a ccuplo of
years ngo so disgusted tho sub
scribers that upon Mr. Finney's
asking patronage for the local
directory ho has mot with pro
mises of nssistanco in owry way
from almost every merchant in
Honolulu, Ho dares tho opposi
tion to publish a list of thoir con
tracts. Our mercantilo community
want n book which will bo reliable
and that is what Mr. Finnoy pro
mises and will supply them with.
English convicts are to havo
"tho mouotony of their lives ro
liovod" and thoir "moral tone
rained" by leoturos on "Koiontifio
and interesting, subjects."
TIIK NKNA1K IS ROW UAiriNU
ox tiie iiorsi:.
Itcrcriitn(lii'n lli-r.ir tlio
nnil I.oiiu mils to u
Committee of l'lc.
Ninety-Fifth Day, June 8th.
After tho usual preliminaries
Senator llocking from tho Passed
Bills Committee reported a list of
bills presented to thoPiesideut.
Ministor King reported thattho
President had signed tho bills re
lating to tho poruianont settlement
of Kapiolani park, appoals in
criminal cases and tlioso relating
to the recording of instruments
Tho bill relating to sako aud
still wines passed third reading
without a dissenting voico.
Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Cooper introduced an
Act making special appropriations
amounting to the sum of $3,830,
000 undor an Act entitled "An
Act to authorize tho consolida
tion of the public dibt of Hawaii."
This Act is mado necessary under
tho ruling that a separato appro
priation bill must bo passed be
foro tho money reajized from tho
sale of bonds can bo used. Tho
first section shows the bonds to
bo redeemed, and reads as fol
lows: Section 1. Tho sums borrowed
undor tho authority of an Act en
titled "An Act to authorize tho
consolidation of tho public debt
of tho Republic of Hawaii," shall
bo placed in tho Treasury to tho
credit of tho Loan Fund of said
Act, and to bo paid out for tho
following purposes and no other:
First. To recall and cancel all
bonds issued undor tho following
September 27th, 1876 . . S 3,500
ugust 5th, 1882.
October 15th, 1886....
August 16th, 1888 ....
August 6th, 1890
Soptomber 7th, 1892..
January 11th, 1892. . .
Socond. Expeiisos of
placing the said loan..
Thore being no furthor business
on hand, at 10:15 tho Sonato ad
journed for tho day.
Ninety-Fifth Day, June 8th.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Iu tho Houso this morning an
nouncement was mado of tho bills
presented to and signed by tho
Tho Judiciary Committee pre
sented a roport on Houso Bill 59
relating to holidaySj which was
tabled for consideration with tho
Tho Committee on Coraraorco
reported back tho bill regulnting
tho width of tiros with sovoral
On tho order of tho day
Houso Bill 59, rolatiug to public
holidays, was taken up with tho
roport, which recommends that
tho holiday fixed in the bill for
November 28th bo ohangod to tho
third Saturday in Soptomber.
On tho motion to adopt tho ro
port Rep. Haia said ho could not
seo why Novombor 28 Bhould bo
striokon out. That was tlfo day
as near ns could bo ascertained
when Hawaii was first recognized
as a nation, and it had always
boon kopt as a holiday. If tho
boat club wanted a holiday on tho
third Saturday in Soptombor ho
would not opposo it, provided tho
28th of Novombor was rotaiued.
Rop. Riohurds agroed with tho
Rop. Robertson said tho objoct
was purely soutiincntal. A holi
day which was not celobratod was
worso than nono at all. Poo
plo wandorod around with
thoir hands in thoir, pookots
looking for something to do. lu
Kalakaua's timo his birthduy was
always kopt apart for aquatic
sports, but since his death thore
had boon difficulty in getting a re-
atta day. These sports wero in
anger of falling into innocuous
desuetude for want of a special
holiday. Tho 11th of Juno was
colebrated asKamehamoha's birth
day but no one really knew whothor
it was or not. That day was de
voted to the Jockey Club and tho
4th of July to tho usual sports and
oxorciBeM appropriate to tho day.
Tho two holidays in January
were both unsuited to boat racing
on account of tho shortness of the
dnys nnd the timo of tho yenr. Ho
thought the request of tho boat
o'ubs q have n regatta clay fixed
arbitrarily was reasonable aud H
had the approval of the Executive.
Rop. Richards said tho feelings
of tho natives who had always
celebrated tho 28th of November
should bo considered. Ho would
favor both holidays.
Rep. llycroft suggested making
it tho 20th ot M y instead of the
third Saturday in Soptomber.
That was tho anniversary of the
first sitting of tlio first legislature
of the country. Ho undorst oa
tho boating pooplo preferred May
Rep. Robertson suid that was
so, but to place tho holiday in
May would bring three holidays'
too close together. The objection
to November 28th was that it
would conflict with Thanksgiving
day which was usuully celebrated
in accordance with tho President's
proclamation. It would not do to
mako too many holidays, as tho
planters would object and tho bill
would not pass tho Sonato. It
was also suggested that tho 20tli
of September would bo n good
day for Arbor day.
Rep. Rycroft said tho spring
wub tlio proper timo for Arbor
Rep. Robortson said it might bo
so iu Puna, but it was not here
whoro rain wus not so plentiful.
Rop. Robortson for tho comrait
too said ho would accept tho pro
position to retain both days and
an amendment to that effect was
Tho bill thou passed second
Tho Senate bill authorizing tha
government to obtain control ot
tho waterfront of Uilo and sat
apart a portion thereof for paii.
purposes camo up on second read
ing and passed.
Sonator McCandlesB' wido tire
bill was next in order on socond
reading. Tho roport of the com
mitteo recommended in tho caso
of one-horse dump carts without
Bpriugs tho width of tires shall bo
at least ono and ono-half times
tho dinmeler of the axlo. In tho
case of all other vehicles without
springs tho width of whool tires
shall bo at least doublo tho dia
meter of tho axle, oxcopt goose
nocked drays, in which caso tho
width of tiro on tho front wheolfl
need not bo over one nnd ono-half
times tho diameter of tho axlo. la
tho case of vehicles with springs
tho width of whool tires shall bo
at least ono and ono-half times
tho diaraotor of tho axlo.
On tho motion to adopt the ro
port Rop. Winston said ho
had beon told that tho dray
men would circumvont tho
law by putting springs on their
drays. Ho know of nu instance
iu which a dray had already beon
built with that oud in view.
Rop. Robertson explained the
amendments to tho bill and thoir
objoots, and after considerable
discussion tho roport was finally
Rop. Bond wantod tho socond
section of tho bill stricken out
but could not iiud a second to his
Tho ainondmont of tho commit
too making tho time of tho change
1901 instead of 1903 was adopted
and tho bill passed.
House Bill 51, rolatiug to sake
and similar wines, with tho Senate
amendments thoreto, was roferred
to tho Committee on Comraorco,
Sonato Bills 18, 19, 20, 21 and
55 relating to refunding and tho
now loan woro loforrod to a
Bpocial committoo of fivo, consist
ing of Reps. Robortson, Rycroft,
Richards, Winston and Ham.