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B- 2 ' EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 8, 1897.
m . EVERLASTINGLY FIGHTING thirteenth annual meeting
m ' ' .. wa tk Bawaiian - Jockey - Club iik
F xw?x june n' i897.
t' ' , jr' 1 1 lf'Js -, Illnoiljr Yenr of tlio End of the Ceutu
, wvs'WVHir $ w .J L '..k-rtr "" ry AlBrniluarl'niiilbllllleB In
p . SUc-" rSms ,,,cl,,t,,ro-
Ha Proved a Great Success in these Islands as
well as in the United States.
AVo quote from a letter recoivod lately from a gontleman who has
had rmicbTexporience with Windmills. Ho saya:
n "I 1ito tlkM'liidtulll erected and It works Uko a cuarm. I Uavo three makes or Wind
mills onthoKa&li, audtlio FEHKIN3 Rlvcs mo less trouble, than any of the otlar.
There I. -no dofc-f of It, beluga Fhut-clam Mill. tmoiiOLSl &).
" U. C. SEAULK."
Wo havo Galvanized Steel Mills, 8, 10 and 12 foot. Also, Wood
MillB, 10, 12, 1G and 18 feot. , ,.
Wo havo just erected a 12 foot Galvanized Steel Perkins Wind
mill at Moiliili at the foot of tho hill, on a woodon towor sixty feot
.'o would like to have anyone, who dosiros to purchase a Wind
mill, oxainine this one, or any other PERKINS MILL, and ho
will at onco bo convinced of its superiority. Wo havo also
GOULD'S PUMPS of various kinds and sizes. No better pumps
than these nro made and tho prices are very reasonable.
If you want a Windmill or Pump, or Galvanized Pipo of all
sizes for conducting water, please give us a call, and wo can accom
333. O. H1A.H.L
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
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WaT A omplute assortment of raolutf equipments
aT"dpeclul. We keep lu stook and sell only our own Manufacture.
Clrisholm & CougMin.
London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Com pa ii j, Incorporated 1601.)
Norwalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Company, Incorporated I85U )
t)& A policy written by the above
company la doubly cecum, as it repre
Kentn two of the large-t Fire Insurance
Companies buck of it.
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
'e Fort HtrcM ... tlonololn
THE - BON - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
ilotcl ami Union Htncta,
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Tally
Jloiton Coeoamit Col.u,
Original Fri'iuli llobi,
leu drum. Iccil tioiliu.
Km,, Kiu i.iv,
G, MILLER, Miiimj,'or,
& SON", Ltd.
J. J. COUGHLIN.
P. O. Box 322.
Our Hand Made
Whips from 25c. to $10
Loggias (all sizes).
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('otluK'oii MttKii.Inn Htreul In kwiiI
ordor. fdirtfo KroumlH well pluiitud
with fruit iiinl orimmiiiitul trees, Ex
culldiit hniiiicrv, utii. Apply, tulu
phono itither -01 or SOS. fo
Mll-lf JAMIW TA'LK.
SubRorlbo for Ihu Kvknino Bol
i.xtin 7C ceutu par month,
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v '5 2? wX 5
l g a If a BrSL - t
t -Esc r i " m i$
SfEB O j;
! E J'J n? C T It
AC r - a iu 'f
Tho world isn't through with
fighting yot, and wo don't see tiny
sign oE tho end of mankind's wars.
Thoro have already bocn bloody
years in tho last decado of tho
coutury, and nil tho chief powers of
Europe nro armed to tho teolb,
nwniting further hostilities. Up
on all tho continents of the earth
armies havo fought siuco 1890.
Siuco then wo havo had the war
between Italy nnd Abysaiuin,
which brought disaster to tho
expeditionary army under Gouor
al Baratiori, aud ended in n re
markable triumph for King Mo
Wo have hud tho crent war bo
tweou China and Japan, in which
powerful armies and navies fought
sanguinary battles upon land and
sua, tho consequences of which
were the humiliation of China, tho
loss of a part of hor territory, nnd
the paymont of an indemnity to
We have had tho oivil war in
Brazil, which ensued upon the
overthrow of tho Empire, and
through which tho new Govern
ment was shaken for two years,
but which ended in tbo success of
tho constitutional republic.
Wo havo had the war of France
upon Madagascar, the results of
which were tho capture of tho city
of Antananarivo by tho French,
tho dethronoment of tho Queen
and tho conquest of the country.
Wo uavo bad tbo sanguinary
wars of England in South Africa,
through whioh vast regions have
boon added to the dominions of
Queen Victoria, at tho oxponso of
the lives of tens of thousands of
We havo had tho shameful wars
of Spain against her own colonies;
her long war in Cuba, if butchery
can be called war, and her year of
war in tho Philippiuas. The
Spaniards say they have crushed
tho Philippino insurrection, but
Cuba is yot in arms for liberty.
We havo had small civil wars in
five or six of the Spanish Ameri
can republics, tho most important
one of which was that in Ecuador,
whioh ouded in tho victory of tho
revolutionary party. There is a
fight now going on in Uruguay,
and there is a squabble in Hon
duras. Wo had carnaco upou a vast
scale in Armenia last year, but
that could not be called war. The
Kurds nnd Turks met little resist
ance during the period in which
they were engnged in slaughtering
the terrorized Christians.
Now we havo tho portentous
war between Turkey and Greeco,
about the results or tho conse
quences of which there may well
We also have the English mili
tary expedition up tho Nile, which
has not yet been tho occasion of
much fighting, but which may be
the occasion of a protty hot war
before England gets to Khartoum.
As for tho belligerent aifairs of
an unimportant character, in
many countries, duriug this de
cade, wo could not count them.
Tbo largest of them was perhaps
tho Mohammedan revolt in north
western China. Franco has hud
trouble in Sinm; Japan has had
Bonio fighting iu Formosa; Zan
zibar was tho scono of a rumpus;
Spnin threatened Morocco; Eng
laud captured tho negro King of
Ashantee and grabbed Lib coun
try; thore was a fight last year bo
twoou a mob of English filibusters
and tho gallnut Boors of tho
Thoro has boon dangor that u
numbor of tho wars hero spoken
of would be tho cnusoof other and
yet louger wars. Uussia, Franco
nnd Germany camo vory noar qimr
roliug with Englaud at tho eud of
tho Htrugglo between Japan nnd
China. Thoro wns dangor of
troublo botweou this country and
Enulnud when tho Enulinli invad
ed tho torritory of Venezuela. Tho
Turko-Greoiuu war is it peril to
tho peitco of Europe,
Truly, tho years of tho lust do
cade of the nineteenth coutury
huvu boon bloody yours, Mankind
mo Ht ill lighting as limy fought in
tlni days when Ainulok mill -Ionium
wont to wur, when Aloxitml-
Kuocr Will Coinmonco At 10 A. M.
Shurp ou the 11th.
Itaces Will Commonco At 1 P. M.
On tho 12th.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
FIRST BICYCLE RACE.
Half-mile dash. Prize: Trophy,
Wlued nt 20.
Ono-milo handicap. Prize: Tro
phy, valued ut $30.
Running ruco; Imlf-milo diisb.
Freo for nil.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
bcst2in3;2:35olus3. Purso, $150,
FIFTH MULE RACE.
One mile dash. Purso, $50.
SIXTH - ilitt IN CUP. RUN
NING. One milo dusli; for Hawniiun
bred horses; to b. won twice,
SEVENTH - KAPIOLANI
Trotting and pnoing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:30 class. I'ttrso, $150.
EIGHTH OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S
CUP. $150 ADDED.
Running n.co; three-fourths mile
dash; Iluwiiiiuu bred.
NINTH PRESIDENT WIDE
Ono nnd n qunrtor miles; froo
for all; $150 addod; to bo won
SATURDAY, JUNE 12.
Nos. 1 and 2 same as Juno 11th.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY
Fivo-eightbs of u mile dash; for
Hawaiian bieds. Purse, $150.
Pacing and trotting; free for all;
best 3 in 5. I'uiso, $150 with $50
FIFTH ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, $200 ADDED.
Running ruco; ono milo dash.
SIXTH MAIDEN RACE.
Half mile dnBh. Purso, $100.
SEVENTH SPECIAL RACE
Puoing nnd trotting; hundicap;
freo for till beaten horsed. Purso,
All entries are to be mode with
the Secretary before 2 o'clock
Tuesday, June 8, 1897. Entrance
foes to bo 10 por cent of purso
unless otherwise specified.
All races to bo trotted or run
under the Rules of tho National
Trotting Association and Blood
All horses are expoctod to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock
a. m. on Juno 10, 1897.
Gonoral Admission 50 Conts
Grand Stand (extra)
50 Cents and $1
Carriages (inside courso), eaoh
Quarter-Stretch Badgos $5
Por Order Committee
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Eagle -:- House
Mrs, Harry KlBmmB, - - Prop
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INCLUUINO MANY ....
Palatable German Dishes.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 KiiiK Htrcet.
A Quiet, Iloiuollko I'lnro, whero Tmlnod
NurM'H, MftHbup, "HwuiMhIi Muvoimmt,"
Until. Kluutrlolty mul l'liynluil Traliilnu.
limy io obtiilniil.
l H, lirXUHKl, M, J)
'IVlul'liunt) UU'J, K'iiurlntuml(iuli
Steamers of the above Ian running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W ond cnllin nt Viotoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
uauTEB 3DTTE A.a? HOSSTOIjTJIj-Cr
On or about tho detes below stated, viz.:
Krom Sydney anil Sunt, fur Victoria and
Vancouver, IS. O.t
Stmr-'WAIIBIMOO" June 24
Buur"MIOWEKA" July 24
Strar "AOBANGI" August 6
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Knrope.
FltKlOUT AND rABSSNOElt AGENTS!
D. MoNiooLi,, Montreal, Canada.
IioDEiiT Keiir, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, Cal.
Q. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino rauoonRer Stcomoro of This Liuo Will Arrive at and
Leave This Port as Herounder.
Prom San Pranoisco:
AUSTRALIA JUNE 22d
MARIPOSA JULY 1st
AUSTRALIA JULY 20th
MOANA JULY 29th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 17th
ALAMEDA AUG. 2Gth
In connection with tho sailing of tho above stoatners, tho Agonts
aro prepared to issue, to iutouding passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to nil points in tho
United States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Rofinery Co. of San
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Fhlln.
delphia, Puu.. U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N.Oliluudt A: Co'r Chcwirol Fertilizers.
Alex Cross & Suiih, high grade fertil
izers for Cane aud ColIYe.
Reeds Steam 1'ipo Covering
Offer for Sale
Porafflno Taint Co'b P fc B Paints nnd
Papers; Lucul and Liueod oils, raw
Indurine, (a cold water paint) in white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, President and Manager
Glaus Spreokels, ... Vioe-Presidcnt
W. M. Oiflard, - Secretary aud Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter, ... Auditor
AGENTS OP TUB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FKANCISOO. OAlI.
Imported : JeiAetoy
Per "Australia" by
EL Gr. BIART,
404 Fort Streot.
Quality, Stylo and Finish
tW RopalrliiK a specialty,
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
From Victoria anil Vancuuverf K. 0 !
Suva and Sydnevi
Stmr "AOKA.NOI" .......June 18
Sttnr "WAHRIMOO" July 18
Btnir"MIOWEItA" August 16-
t3T For Freight nud PiiBsnge nnd all
Genorul Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands.
For San Francisco:
MOANA JUNE 24th
AU8TRALIA JUNE 30tk
ALAMEDA J ULY 22d
AUSTRALI V JULY 28th
MARIPOSA AUG. 19th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 25th
fkh Steamship Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Sec
Copt. J. A. KINO, PortBupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a.m., touching at
Lnhaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawalhao aud Lan
imliooho the following day, urriving at
Hilo the same evening.
LAV8 HQMOl DI.D. ABBIVK8 IIONOLULV.
"Tuesday... June 8
Friday Juno 18
Tuesday June 29
"Friday July 0
Tuesday. .. .Juno 15
Fridoy June 25
Tuesday July 6
Friday. July Hi
iteturuiuy, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
f. m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Knwalhae same day; Makena,
Maaluea Bay and Luhaina tho following
OflV! ATrlplni? nf rTnnnlnli, tl.a nftA.nAnMs
of Tuesday aud Fridays.
Will null nt Tl.ll! D-.
fJBTNo Freight will' be received after
12 noon on day of sailiug.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p.m.)
touching at Kahului, Hana, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
'Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
No Freifiht will he recoived after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reservos the right to
make chances in the time of departure and
arrival of its Bteumors without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight aftet
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requcbted to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional,
chargo of twonty.livo per cent.
Hotol St., nenr Fort, Tel. 8C2.
JAS. P. MORCIAN,
AU0TIONKE11 AND STOCK HKOKEK
No, 45 Q,iutu Street.
Export ApjiruiHDUiont of llonl
Eatuto (uul Fuvnllure,
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