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B. L FfHHEV, Manager.
tftfelth .Annual Meeting
Jockey - Club
June 11th, 1896.
llnces to Coinmenoo at 10 a. m. Sharp.
1 BIOYOLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Medal, vnluod at 820.
2-BICYOLE EAOE. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued at 30.
3-HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Rannintr race: A miln final.
Froe for all.
4 MERCHANTS' PURSE,
. Trotting and Pacing to hnr-
. ' ,,ne83. Best 2 in 3. 2:45 nlnsH.
5-OCEANIO S. S. CO'S OUP,
$150 ADDED. RuuningRace;
mile dash. Huwaiiun Bred.
C ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 mile dash.
7 KATIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting id Pacing to har
ness, best 8 in 5, 2:30 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PUR8E. g mile dash for
Hawaiian brods, $150.
9 KALAKAUA OUP. 1 mile
dash for Hawaiian bred, $150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and pacing to
harness. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or undor. Purso $100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S OUP. 14 mile
dash; free for all. $150 added.
All entries aro to bo inado with
tho Secretary beforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 189G. En
trance fees to bo 10 per cont. of
purso, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to be run or trotted
undor tho rules of tho Hawaiian
Jockey 01 ub.
All horses aro oxnoatnd in ufm f
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on Juno 10th, 189G.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra)
, . 50 cents and $1
Carriages (iusido of course)
Quarter strotoh badges $5
Por order Committeo,
S. G. WILDER,
Seoretary Hawaiian Jookoy Club.
Mr Norton left San Francisco Moy
36 Head of Choice Mules
Which he hail taken great pnins to select
for plantation use, they will nrrivo por
bark It P Itithet 011 or about Juno 1st. and
urn consigued to J N WiightJJttlo Ilritiiin,
Honolulu. P.O. Box 60.
J. N. Wright,
Mado nor Llfo Mlncrnblo, but Slio Is
Itrad the testimony of Mm. K. O.
Mnnrn, Coburg, Victoria, whoso por
trait U alio given I
"Somo few yoars tifjo I Buffered
terribly with indigestion and iren-i-ral
debility. 1 could not sleep,
mill my condition was sueh as to
iniilce my llfo miserable. Jsono of
tho many remedies 1 tried did ii-u
any pood, and I despaired of ever
totting better. One of my friend-,
told mo of tho blaotl-ptirlfjliig ard
RtreiiBth.giving properties of Ayor's
Siirenpiirilla, and I began taking it.
Heforo 1 had finished the first bnttlo
I felt better, and was thus cncoiir
ng'd logivo tho inedleino a thorough
til-il. In all I used four bottles,
'ind then was perfectly cured of tho
.grievous trouble which had afflicted
me. I now recommend, to anyone
suffering as I did.
At a Splendid flcrvn ancf Blood Modlelae.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Asrenta for tho Republic of Hawaii.
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B. L. FINNEY.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1896.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
SENATE AJiU IIOL'HK AT I.OaOEll
IIEtllN ON MIIE TIKES.
The llonne 1'ninca the Itcriimtlus ami
I.01111 ntlla on Thlnl KeadliiK-A
Vlcc-Conanl For Rimenniln.
Ninety-Seventh Day, June 10th.
Ton Spnntors answered to their
names today. After roll -cull and
reading of tho minutes Senator
JUyraan from tho Committeo on
Passed Bills repot U-d. tho bills
presented to the President for his
Tho usual communication was
received from tho House detailing
tho passago of bills, etc.
Minister Cooper's bill regulat
ing tho procedure in naturaliza
tion of citizens was read tho third
timo and passed.
Senator McCandless' wide tires
Act with tho Houbo amendments
thereto was taken up. Af tor con
siderable discussion a motion to
non-concur in tho amendments
brought out a tio vote. President
"Wilder voted in favor of tho mo
tion and the bill wont to the fol
lowing conferonco committee:
Senators Lyman, Baldwin and
Minister Cbopor'a bill to sot
apart national holidays, as passed
by tho House, was road tho first
and second timo. A discussion at
onco arose on Regatta day, which
it was Btated was only to gratify a
few people in Honolulu and would
interfere with plantation work all
ovor tho islands.
Senator Northrup favored
Begatta day and said that it would
make no difxoronco to plantations.
From his experience on planta
tions holidays wore not obsorved
when they interfered with work.
Senator Baldwin said tho timo
sot apart was not in grinding sea
son and for that reason ho had no
objection to it.
The bill paused second reading.
A communication was roceived
front tho President containing tho
nomination of Mr. .Tnlin Mnrlrnnn
as Hawaiian vice-conBul at En-
senada, California. The Sonato
then wentinto oxocutivo session
and unanimously confirmed tho
Tho Sonuto then adjourned to
Ninety-Seventh Day, June 10th.
house of representatives.
In the House yesterday after
noon tho special committeo of
fivo presented a favorable report
on tho refunding and loan bills
and they woro road a first and
second timo and Bussed. Snrmfn
Bill 54, making appropriations
from tho now loan was referred
tp the Financo Committeo.
In tho Houso this morning tho
Financo Committee presented n
favorablo report on Sonato Bill
54, making oppropriations from
tho now loan, ltoport tabled to
bo considered with tho bill.
Sonato Bills 18, 19, 20 and 21,
providing for tho refunding and
now loanSj woro taken up on
third reading and finally passed.
Sonato Bill 55. doficioncv nn.
iropriations for department of
Education, took tho samo course
Communications were road
from tho Sona'to stating that tho
naturalization bill had passed
tmru reading tins morning nud
that tho Sonato refused to concur
in tho amendments made by tho
House to tho wido tires bill.
A resolution giviug tho Clerk
of the Houso fifty - six days in
which to finish up his work
was roforrod to a committee.
Sonato Bill 54, with tho roport
of tho Finance Committee there
on, was takon up on second read
ing and passed, and made the
special ordor (or Friday.
Sonato Bill 50, apinopriating
tho money for rofundhig bonds,
pnnBod second roading and waB
placed on tho ordor of tho day for
Senate Bill 57, prescribing tho
proceduro in cases of naturaliza
tion, pmppd first reading nnd was
reforro-l to thoCoiuinmoa n For
Tho Senat Concurrent Resolu
tion concoruiug tho payment of
the printiug of yearly d-part-mont'il
reports, bmught'up a dis
cussion in which nearly all tho
members and Minister Cooper
took part. After talking about an
hour and a quarter on tho matter
further consideration was post
poned until jj'rmny.
Tim Speaker appointed Bops,
ltohuitbon, Eycroft and Ilnmiim
on tho Conferonco Committee on
tho wide tires bill.
Adjourned to Friday nt 10 a.m.
A .Warble rtrltlsc.
The now briilgo to bo orccted
ovor tho Tennos8eo lliver nt
Knoxvillo will bo a novolty. It
is to bo built entirely of pink
marblo. It will bo 1000 feet long
from "out to out" of abutments,
and will bo 240 feet long in tho
main spans of arch, which, it is
claimed, is 20 foot longer than tho
longest arch in tho world. It will
rise at tho crown of tho
channel spans 105 feet abovo
tho wator, making it a de
cidedly imposing structuro. It
is to bo a Bolid marblo bridge
from sido to side, with a 500-foot
roadway 100 feet abovo wator.
Tho arches will bo 8 foot deop at
tho keystone, 15 k-et at tho skew
backs or spring linos, and will
spring from piers 30 feet high and
40 foot wido. Tho piers go to
solid rook, tho substructure lime
stone, 12 feet below the water
surface at tho bridgo site. Tho
arches and spandrel filling will
be constructed of concrete. The
parapet walls will bo constructed
of sawed marblo slubs, with heavy
blocks on pilasters every 15 feqt,
projecting above the wall propor
and giving' n Borai-castellated
At the Clrruti.
There was a small attendance
at tho circus last evening, but tho
performers did thoir best, uovor
theless. Eulolia, tho slack wiro
artist, easily outdoes any of tho
others in that line who havo per
formed hero during tho pnBt year.
John Hayes rodo tho best of any
timo yet. Ho shows a marked
improvement each week and will
doubtless mako a famoiiH ridm- in
timo. Leonardo has added somo
now business to his trapozo work
which is thrilling and difficult.
Tho only Bowloy carried tho
houso with him in his specialties
and inimitablo songs, as did Bob
Scott. Judging from tho finished
maunor in which ho handles tho
paddle used to punish tho scholars,
in tho aftorpieco Bob must havo
beon a schoolmaster at Bomo timo
or another; probably another.
All of tho juvenile mombors woro
up to thoir usual standard, while
Prof. Brothers, pianist, played in
a brilliant manner which brought
him lots of npplauso.
Suuilny Ntiiool IMciiloa.
Tho childron of tho Central
Union and Methodist Church
Sunday schools will havo a joint
picnic on tho Oahu col loco
grounds. Extra tram cars will
leave tho church at 8:30. 9:10 nnd
9:30 a. m. Tho childron of tho
Christian Church Sunday school
will go to Pearl City by tho morn
ing train for their outing.
It is geuorally understood that
tho caucuB of tho Sonato hold
after tho morning session was for
tho purposo of fooling how tho
Sonators stood on tho proposition
to knock out tho uow Registration
Act. Tho opinion is frooly ox
pressed that it will bo repealed
boforo tho end of tho session.
Tho property of tho Salvation
Army in the United State is
valued at nearly $5,000,000.
TO TAKE THE CENSUS
IN NEW NCIIOOI. IIOl'NUS
Tho Jlamitnlit .lco- to JIahutniiicd
four Iluuilred Cblutue C'ontrnct
Alatau T. Atkinson, lato In
spector Gonoral of Schools, has
beon appointed Superintendent of
Census by tho Board of Educa
tion. Being a proficient statis
tician Mr. Atkinson nrny bo ex
pected to mako a thorough and
oxact work of tho consus. Dr.
Rodgors, tho now Secretary of tho
Board, superintended tho consus
of 1891, and from his experience
is likely to give valuable assist
ance in tho compilation of returns.
Tho consus will bo takon beforo
tho close of this yuar.
Assurance has been given to tho
Board of Education that, imme
diately aftor tho Loan Act bo
comes law, money will bo avnil
ablo for tho building ofnowschool
houses providod for in that moa
suro. This is good uows for me
chanics. Thore is n meeting of tho Board
of Education being hold this after
noon, IuBpoctor-Uoneral Town
send being in attendance.
Something like the mountain's
going to Mauommed happenB this
nfteruoon. A nativo widow named
Kaili Kakoi petitioned tho
Circuit Court for release of
dower, and tho hearing was ap
pointed for today. Petitioner,
however, was too ill to go to the
Court, but tho Court, in tho
plenitude of its mercy torn poring
justico, wont to tho petitioner.
Judge Perry for tho nonco trans
ferred Circuit Court in Cham
bers to tho sick chamber of
tho widow at Eapuukolo, a locali
ty near tho Bite of tho former
Judge Carter is hearing tho ad
miralty case of Bowlor vs. Ahlo,
concerning tho sohoonor Mahi
mahi. Tho Supromo Court will open
in June term noxt Monday, when
tho oil portrait of tho lato Justico
McCully will bo unvoiled.
Unexpected advices havo boon
received by Socrotary "AVray Tay
lor of tho Bureau of Immigration
that tho steamer Gaelic would bo
hero on tho 19 th iust. ( Friday af
tor next) with 400 Ohineso con
tract lubor immigrants.
I'araicrnph About People.
m Tho Emporor William is par
ticularly fond of card tricks.
William Black, tho novelist,
was onco a loader writer for tho
Tho Pope has contributed
1000 toward the construction of
tho now Westminster Cathedral.
A. J. Balfour has played Shako
spoaro as an amateur, his roles
being those of Romoo and Ham
let. Longfellow sold hi 1 oarly pooms
for a song, but ho livod'to receive
W.000 or $20 a lino for "Tho
Hanging of tho Crauo," aud whou
ho diod ho was worth $350,000.
Mrs. Olnoy, wifo of tho Socro
tary of Stato, is already woary of
Washington life, and says bIio will
be glad to return to her Massa
chusetts homo at tho oxpiration of
hor husband's career in tho Ca
binet. Gladstone, in a recont spoech
to a gathering of his neighbors,
said: "I am a Scotchman by
blood; I am a LancaBhiroman by
birth. I am a kind of Londoner
by living bo long thoro. I boloug
to most parts of tho country, but
my wifo, as most of you know, is
a good Welsh woman, and I think
to a great oxtont has infected mo."
' Willie Wostsido Is thoro any
thing I can do to provo my lovo
for you ?
Jenny See Yes; full in lovo
with another girl. - Buffalo
Piuoe 5 Cents.
THE nilOUNED 9AILOII.
Cnpture of III Three Compauloktn and
The threo sailors who desorted
the ship J. 13. Thomns with Smith,
tho man who was fouud drowned
yostorday, woro captured on the
higher slope of Punchbowl last
night by polico captainB Evans
aud Reukon. They gnvo tho numes
of William Koster, Joseph Grover
and Henry Reiff. Tho latter
could not swim but reached tho
ladder as detailed in yesterday's
Bulletin and mado his way to tho
Bhoro. Ho claims that Smith fol
lowed him but fuiled to reach the
laddor and wus drowned. As ho
could not swim ho could do noth
ing to help him. Tho other two
sailors deserted about half an hour
aftor tho first two. Thoy claim
thoy would not havo tried to leove
the ship had not tho manifest in
attention of tho watchman to his
dutios showed how easy it would
bo to get away unseen.
At tho adjourned inquest this
morning Honry Reitf gave similar
testimony to tho nbovo statement
and a verdict of accidontal drown
ing was returned. Tho threo
sauors will bo detained in tho
polico station until thoir ship
Kxerclte it Neccnnlty.
Boyond tho ago of 40 at u po
riod when so inmiy aro physical
ly Inzy tho superior value of ux
eroiso is apparent, but ordinarily
this is just tho timo when the
hygiono of athletics is neglected,
antlv observes the Rv. F. S. Tkmi.
Tht-ro is no reason why a puuob-
ing Dug, rowing machine, pulley
weights nd other appnratusBhonld
bo rolecated tO aollonm Imco nnri
olorKB. But, having done u good
ueai 01 worK in ins time, it is al
most impossiblo t persuudo a
business or professional man turn
ing 40 to give tiny sort of attention
to physical culture If snob train
ing Lius beon previously neglected.
It is an inuxoraole physiological
law thut wo can only retain our
bodily or mental praters by pro
perly naing thorn. Exorcise is not
a mattor of choice, but of necessi
ty. No NI11 11 or In Japan.
The difficulty with tho Jnpiinoao,
ospooially with womon of tho up
per clos8, a lady missionary saya
in tho CM. Gleaner, ia to mako
thorn bolievo that thoy aro sinners,
and sho gives this instance: "f
was tulking ono day to n dcur
little woman of vory good family,
un officer's wifo bore, and was
telliug her that boforo tho ono
truo God we aro all sinners. Sho
listened politely, and thon, cover
ing hor faco with her hands, sho
burst into a peal of quiot laughtor.
'I do beg your pardon,' sho said,
but J, a sinnerl tho idea is too
ridioulnns You soo it is firmly
boliovod in mnny enses among
men, and women too, that othor
nations may need a Saviour, but
not Japan; Japan ia tho country
of tho gods, tho Japaneso tho
childron of the gods, and there
fore thoy cannot sin."
Suffering Customer Have you
nnything that will euro noural
gia? Chemist No, sir.
Custoinor Givo mo your hand.
It's somo compensation for bovoh
toon years of misery that I've
found ono honest man at last.
"What's Jim a-doin' of since ho
"llo's a-workin' for tho man
that wrote his graduation Bpeoohl"
Detroit "Freo PresB."
"Is ho a solf mado man ?"
"Not oxactly. Ho usually makes
an nsa of himself." Detroit
"MuBt you go out nguin to
nicht?" asked tho sand flat. "Ynn
I must," ttiisworod tho tido," and
whon I come in I'll bo full. See?"
"High sea," was tho Bad roply,
"why don't yon .fill up on Soattlo
boor, tho stuff that don't ine
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