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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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'iVelth .Annual YIeeting
Jockey - Olul)
June Hth, 1896.
Knees to Comraetico at 10 a. ru. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Medal, valued at $20.
2 BIOYOLE RAOE. Prize:
Gold Modal, valued at $30.
3-HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Running rnco; milo dash.
Free for all.
Trotting and Pacing to har
nesrf. Best 2 in 3, 2:45 class.
5 OOEANIO S. S. CO'S OUP,
SloO ADDED. RunmngRaco;
3 milo dash. Hawaiian Bred.
6 ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 mile dash.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 3 in 5, 2:30 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY OLUB
PURSE. milo dash for
Hawaiian brods, 8150.
9 KALAKAUA OUP. 1 milo
dash for Hawaiian bred, S150.
10-SPEOIAL RAOE. Maidon
Race; trotting and pacing to
harness. Hawaiian ' bred 4
year olds or under. Purse 100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP. 1J milo
dash; free for all. $150 added.
All entries are to bo mado with
the Socrdtary before 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1896. En
trance foes to bo 10 per cent, of
purse, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to be run or trotted
under the rules of tho Hawaiian
All horses are expected to stait,
unless witiuirawn by "J o clock a.
rn. on Juno 10th, 189G.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra)
. , 50 cents and SI
Carriages (inside of course)
Quarter stretch badges 5
Per ordor Comraitteo,
S. G. WILDER.
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Mr Norton left Sau Trancibco May
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which ho has taken groat pains to seloct
for plantation iuo, thoy will nrrivo per
bark It 1' Ilithet nn or about Jnno 1st. and
are consiguod to J N Wiight.Littlo Hrltnin,
Honoluln. 1". O. Box f0.
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Cmports of Champagne In
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FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
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Pommory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Phandon 9,608
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Perrior Jouot 3.286
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8t. Mnrcohux 334
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Ohns. Hoidsiook 355
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for tho'Bawniian Islands.
Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Japanese -:- Qoods !
TO-MORROW, .Tuuo 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Iinmclifttely after tho snlo of Bronf h I
will sell at 1'ubllo Auction, at my Sales
room, Queuu street, a alaahlu culltttion
of Japauoso Waro, comprising:
Elegant Vases and Urns,
Tea anil Breakfast Sets, Iulaiil Ware,
Screens, Umbrella ami Cnne Btmuls, etc.
CSV. Qooils now on iow.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
LAURENCE II. DEE AND nAItllY A.
JUEN havo this day entorod into partner
ship for tho purpose of enrrj lug on tho
business of tho CITY TEED STOltE at
lleretania and Punchbowl KtruQts in Hono.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 1, 1600. 225-0t
ITEMS FROM THE ORIENT
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Suleideora Ilrlllh Nnnl Cuniman
dr jMmiic Excluded From
ICorrn-A inert can I'leet.
By the O. & O. Btonmer Ooptio
tho Bulletin has Yokohama
papers as late ,ns May 29, from
which tho following interesting
items aro culled: , ft
When tho Coptjirrived at N
gasaki on the "17th, one of the
Chiueso passengers vrb found to
bo affected with a disenso r som
bling black plnguo. Tho pationt
was lmmpcliately removed to hos
pital, whero he died the samo day.
Many pestilential bacteria wero
found to exist in liis blood. Tho
steamor was detained in quaran
tine until tho 28th.
The P. M. steamer Poru lost a
Chinese coalpasser from tho
plague at sea and w'as dotaiucd at
Nagasaki eight days.
Lioutonant Honry Adair, com
manding II. B. M. 3. Pigmy, com
mitted s licido at Yokohama by
shootipg himself in tho head with
a service revolver. Ho had been
very reserved in his manner, and
suffered from loss of sleep for
8onio time. It is supposed he
worried himself into an unsound
stato of mind over little details,
this having been his first com
mand of a ship.
Japanese subjects aro forbidden
by their Government from enter
ing Korea without oflicial permis
sion. A native paper says thoro
was very good reason for the
ordor. Li Shun Yo, grandson of
tho Tai Won Kun, and two ex
Ministers, Yu Kitsu Shun and
Oho Ei Yen, are in Japan and,
being annoyed because tho King
of Korea was stayiug in thq Rus
sian Legation, mado overtures to
a number of Japanese . acquainted
with Korea, for tho purpose of a
revolution tarestoro tho King to
the Pulaco and form a now
Cabinet. Tho Government got
wind of the movement and issued
the order restricting tho visit of
Japanese to Korea.
Three thousand Russian rifles,
and ammunition for tho same, ar
rived in Seoul on tho 9th inst.,
consigned to tho Korean Govern
ment. Mark Twain is expected shortly
A cruiser and two torpedo boats
havo boen ordered in Germany
for tho Chinese Government.
It is reported by tho China
Gazette that telegrams havo been
recoived which will chango tho
program of tho British squardrou.
In consequonco a largo gathering
of Britisli warships was expected
to rendezvous near the Saddles.
It is further said that tho Ame
rican and Gorman Hoots havo
also recontly recoived highly in-
iiuubuug imugrjipmo communica
tions from homo as to their move
ments. Thoro can bo no doubt
that the change in tho British
naval program is not unconnected
with tho uneasiness causod by tho
assembly of the huge Russian
fleet which at presents fills Naga
saki harbor until thoro is no
room for merchant steamors thoro.
Thoro wero six Russian men-of-war
in Chofoo on tho 5th in
stant, inoluding tho ironclads
Rurik and Dimitri Donskoi, the
two most powerful ami heavily
armed boats on tho station.
Captain Ribborsjlko was about
to sail from Yokohama for San
Fraucisco in a lifoboat ho bought
from tho Gorman steamer Schlio
mann. Tho boat is 20 foot long,
and tho captain, who takes two
Japanese sailors with him, expects
to mako tho voyngo in four or five
monthp' time. His object is to
lecturo in tho United States con
cerning his trip ovor tho ocean.
Lioutonant Commandor E. W.
Sturdy, lato executive officor of
the II. S. cruiser Olympia, has re
cently been court-martialed and
sonteuced to two years' suspen
sion and ton uumbors off his
grade, by Rear- Admiral McNair.
Tho Commander "wont homo by
tho P. M. steamship Poru,which
left hero on Friday last. Ho was
very unpopular with his crow.
Hi-J Expj'1'(1(v T ' TTp!rtr'linjg
has received orders fjoin P. I.iii to
return to China direct immediate
ly after Hio coronation of tho Czar
of Russia, without visiting any of
the other European capitals.
Tho Kissa Emigration Co. is to
despatch 300 emigrants to
Queensland in tho middle of Juno
next and 3000 moro to Brazil on
tho 8th of July.
It is reported that the British
Admiralty intend sending out the
Sov(n and Morcuiy (after having
bcou refilled with guus of the
latest pattern) to replace tho
Archer and Porpoise, the two lat
ter vessels being tho only eruisors
on tho station with guns of au ob
solete pattern. Tho battleship Re
nown, Bister ship to tho Centurion,
is also expected to arrive in tho
Far Eat before long.
Ovido Mushi'h concert party is
making an extromoly successful
tour through Jnva.
Tho U. S. cruiser Charleston
arrved at Yokohama from Kobe
on May 28.
Five Gorman men-of w ar left
Nagasaki on May 20.
uuinese reports aro to tuo oneott
that, tho plague is now raging in
Honam. It ib stated that out of a
household of twenty-ouo persons,
nineteen havo died within a few
days ot that disease.
Rain has seriously damaocd tho
Formosan sugar cano crop and
tho season's crop is estimated at
only 200,000 piculs.
The Standard nmc.
Quito a gathering of tho clanB
was witnessed in a jury which
mot under tho auspices of tho
Westminster Coroner to inquire
respecting tho domiso of a man
called Robinson. Twelve out of
tllO fniirtoftn mimmmirwl nnawnrnrl
i to tho namo of Smith. Tho read-
ing of tho list by tho coronor'B
tofheor occasioned much amuse
ment. By a curious coincidence
one of tho witnesses who gave
evidouco was also called "Smith."
(Tho thirteenth juryman was
named "Jones," whilst tho four
1 teenth answered to tho call of
Tho Hawaiian circus will ropeat
their Saturday night program to
night. Tho show is ono of the
best ones seon in Honolulu for
somo time. Rowley, tho now ar
tist, is immense. Miss Nora Mar
tin and Bob Scott havo mado a
groat hit, and the wonderful Gon
zales sisters still continue to pleaso
tho people with thoir wonderful
feats of contortion, dancing, etc.
Sig. Leonardo does his wonderful
baTanco trapozo in a graceful and
finishod stylo. This act alone is
woll worth a visit to tho circus.
Secretary Wilder told a reporter
this rooming that thoro wero more
ontrios for tho races than wero ex
pected aud that everything was in
readiness for a good day'B racing.
Tho track is in good condition.
Tho bicyolo rooes will bo an
added attraction At tho request
of tho management, which has
sold tho right to publish tho
official program, it will not bo
published in the Bulletin until
tomorrow. For tho samo roason
tho entries in tho bioyclo races aio
not mado public.
JnpitiivNe Mnuifrt for Honolulu,
Tho Tachikawa Company of
Kobe, whioh has boon trying to
iuduco bomo steamship owuors to
open a regular lino to tho Ha
waiian Islands, has, it ib said, pre
vailed upon Hamanaka Ilochi
saburo, a 'ship owner of Ishikawa
Prefecture, to undeitako tho busi
ness, and his Bteamor tho Toyo
Maru loft Kobe for Honolulu on
tho 25th iustaut itli mails, (iOO
tons of miscellaneous cargo, 400
tons coal aud ovor 300 emigrants.
Tho next vessel of tho lino will
loavo about Juno. Japan Uorald.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION!
Kr.riiEM:.TAiivrs to cniiu:u
nlU'VNIWXI TIII1 ArrKRVODN.
Ti.o Nome i-..M tho i..t r tho
I.una mid Apiiroi.r.ntlon IIIIIa-No
I.lectrlc Ilnlltrny for Two Ver r. I
Ninety-Sixth Day, June 9rn.
After tho usual preliminaries
in tho Sonato this morning Min
ister King reported that tho Presi
dent had signed tho bills making
appropriations from current re
ceipts, deficiency appropriations
for tho Bureau of Public Instruc
tion, relating to Hawaiian mado
wines, postaiio from tho Lenor
Sottlomont, regulating tho prac
tice of medicine and Btirgory and
relating to land deleterious to
Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Cooper introduced an
act relating to tho naturalization
of aliens, which regulates tho
course of procedure in following
out tho provisions of Article 18
of tho Constitution. The bill
passed two readiugs and was
mado tho special order for tomor
row. Senator Waterhouso offered a
resolution to tho effect that tho
Olork should receive S10 per day,
tho sorgeant-atarraa S4 ond
tho janitor SI por day for
each day of tho present
session, and that tho Clork bo
allowed 65 days additional in
which to finish up tho work of the
Senator McCandless offered a
resolution requiring all roports to
tho Legialaturo to bo printed at
tho oxponso of tho departments
hereaftor, instead of being paid
for by tho Legislature.
In answer to tho remark by
Senator Waterhouse 'that no
money had boon appropriated for
tho purposo President Wilder said
tho departments and printers
could wait for an appropriation
to bo mado when tho work was
Senate Bill 56, making speoial.
appropriations for the consolida
tion of the public dobt, passed
Senate Bill 54, making special
appropriations provided for by
the Loan Bills, already passed
but on which tho final voto was
not recorded, was brought up and
passed with slight amendments.
Under suspension ot tho rules
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mittee on Public Lauds, to whom
was roforred tho report of tho
Commission on eleotno street rail
ways, roported that tho committee
agreed with tho propositions Bot
forth in tho report of tho Com
mission appointed at tho Bpecial
session and advising that the
Whole matter bo doforred for
another two years. Tho committee
say "thoro is not sufficient reason
for urging immodiate action" and
"that nothing would bo lost to tho
community by postponing for a
timo tho passage of tho proposed
act until eoino of tho moro im
portant streot widenings, oxton
tonsions and openings havo be
come accomplished facts."
On tho suggestion of Minister
Cooper thovoto on Sonato Bill 56
was reconsidered for the purpose
of adding a necessary amondmont
regarding dates, and tho bill pass
ed ovor nguin.
A motion to adjourn to Fri
day was defcuted and at 11 :10 tho
Senate adjouined till tomorrow.
Tho nouso of Representatives
met at tho usual hour and took a
recess until 1:30 p. m , at which
time tho Special Committoo on tho
Refunding Loan and Appropria
tions Bills wero to report.
Somo idea of tho number of
Japanoso residents in Hawaii who
desiro to bo kept au courant with
tho general run of human events,
may be gathornd from the fact
that no loss than four Japanese
papors aro published on tho isl
and, ouo of them, tho Kazan,boing
a daily papor. Japan Herald.
DROWNED IN THE HARBOR
a m:s::i:iiN4i maii.uk viton rut:
s!:tt j. it. THOMAS.
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Tho ship J. B. Thomas,
which has boon unohored
in tho stream for a tavr
days past, gotting ready to Bail
for Now York with a cargo of
sugar, has furnished tho sensution
of tho day in police circles. The
crow of tho vessel havo given tho
police a good doal of troublo since
alio has been in port and they will
bo glad to eeo tho last of her.
Sinco bIio has been lying out in
tho stream a special watchman
named Fogarty has boon employ
ed by ordor of tho Marshal to
watch tho vessel aud eeo that
nono of tho crow got away,
but it iB ovidout vhat Mr. Fogarty
was not paying very strict -attention
to business last night and
tho consequonco was an inquest
Shortly nfter dark lnsl night
four of tho crow concluded to
mako a break for freodom and
endeavor to gain tho shoro. Two
of them could swim woll and had
no difficulty in making tho trip,
but tho other two could not. It
was arranged that tho poop lad
der should bo stolon and thrown
overboard for tho two men who
could not Bwim to uso as a raft,
tho two who could swim propel
ling it towards shore. Tho at
tempt was made and nothing fur
thor was known of it until 6
o'clock this morning, whou tho
mon and ladder wore discovered
to bo missing from tho ship and
the police notified.
At 6 o'clock this morning Boat
man Wally Davis found tho corpse
of a whito man floating in the
harbor and towed it nBhoro. It
was taken to tho police Btation and
afterwards identified as being that
of, John Smith or Schmidt, ono of
tho missing mon of tho J.B.
Thomas. At tho inquest it was
shown that ho waB quo of tho two
mon who could not swim. He
was 30 yoars of ago and a native
of Germany. Tho captain of the
vessel Bays ho was ono of tho beat
mon on board and had novor be
fore mado any trouble.
Tho thoory of tho police is that
when tho poop ladder was thrown
overboard it was found that it
would not support the weight of
two mon and that Smith was
oithor abandoned to his fato or
thrown off tho ladder by the
othere. From information ob
tained by tho polico this morning
it is kuown that tho othor threo
mon wore in a house on Punch
bowl last night and wore talking
together about tho man who had
boon drowned. Captain Harry
Evans of tho waterfront polico ia
on track of tho mon and has good
reason to boliovo ho will got them
Tho inquest held by thodoputy
marslml this morning was post
poned to await tho statements of
tho throe compauionn of tho de
ceased, and it is yet a question
whether thoy will not be hold on
a ohargo of murder.
Tha Oriental Mcniilern.
Says tho Japan Herald: "Tho
fact that all oastbounu stonmera
of tho P. M. and O. & O. lines
will henceforth call at Honolulu
moans a dolay in Amorican mails
that must throw a lot ot bubiuoss
to rival linos. Tho Hawaiian
Government ordor that not move
than 700 Japanese emigrants bo
landed in tho ropublio irora ono
steamer iB doubtless what gayo
rise to tho chango of Bohodulo,
Tho diamond tiara which had
boon worn by at least two Duchess
es of Manchester was sold the other
day by order of tho trustoos of Iho
coveiiih Duko and biought $5450.
A row of nearls. somo four nr fivn
j dozen in number, wout for $8000.
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