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Vol. III. No. 632.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1897
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Bole Agouti) for the Republic ot Hawaii.
ii&vo 'ticw mark-ad down
all their goods ail invite
Tiksy guarantee tho
lowest prices and ssatis
fuctioa. New goods by erary
Old goods below cash
Voa Holt Block, King Street,
'& David Dayton,
Real Estate . Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
1 Surrey in fine order; price $200.
; House and Lot, 76x165 ft., on No. 71
' Young streot parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder arena o 100x300 ft., fenced.
Houbo on Beretanla street, near Fiikol
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
Architect and Superintendent
ISu Office: 305 Fort streot,
Sprockets' Block, Room 5.
JOCKEY CLUB MEETING
SNTRIKy, WITHDRAWALS AND
HANDICAPS I'OU THE RtCEH.
Itlloyeln Men Complain-of Cnndltlnu of
tli frock Hint Poor I'uraea
tlooil ItHrliiK Ananrcd.
Tho annual mooting of tho Ha
waiian Jockey Olub commences at
10 o'clock tomoirow morning. Tor
tho fiast day of tho mooting there
are two bicyclo and seven running
and trotting ovents, and for the
second six races, two for wheel
men. Entriosrfor tho horse races have!
been numerous as will'bo soon be-,
low, bat the samo cannot bo said
of the wfceolmon. Borne of the
latter who havo boon training for
tho races have withdrawn for
various reasons, among wnicli
imny be . mentioned tho sandy
condition of tho track and tho sizo
of the purses offered. They say
that a pair of racing tires costs
25 and they cannot be expeotod
to risk ruining them on a poor
track for a 20 purse, without tak
ing into consideration the loss of
time and expense incurred in
iEntries for this season's meet
iqg closed at '.2 p. m. on .Tuesday
but woro not made public until
today. They ore as follows:
FIIIST rtHCYOLE RAOE.
iHaU-mile dash. Prize: Trophy,
valued at S20.
Entries Bam Johnson, T. V.
King, J. Sylva, J. F. Murray, D.
SECOND OUOYCLE BAOE.
One-mile handicap. Prize: Tro
phy, valued at $80.
Entries W. Lylo, J. F. .Mur
ray, Bam Johnson, T. V. King, J.
Sylva, B.E.Bond, D. G. Sylves
ter. THIUD HONOLULU r-OIlBE, G150.
Running raco; lialf-milo dash.
Free for all.
Entries Amaranth (Kealia
Stables), Antidote (George Bo
diok), Lord Brook ,(W. H. Corn
well), Vernon (Gub Schumann.)
FOUB1MI MEltOUANTS' l'UBSE.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:35 class. Purse,
Entries J. Goldsmith (J. H.
Gibson), Watermelon Joe (Dr.
.Shaw), Directress (Wm. Norton).
FIFTH IBWIN CUP. T.UNNINO.
One-mile dash; for Hawaiian
bred horses; to bo won twice by
members of the JookeyCJlub. 3150
.Entries Magnet Shenandoah
Stables, Antidote George Ed
diek, Dako of Norfolk Kealia
SIXTH MULE BAOE.
One milo dash. Purse, $50.
Entries Spinning Dale O.
Bellina, Jennie F. Harvey,
Aina Nui Jim Kahea, Ohimmio
Fadden W...H. Corn well.
SEVENTH KAriOLANI TABK l'UBHE.
Trotting and pacing to harness;
best 2 in 3; 2:30 class. Purso,
Entries Johnny Goldsmith J.
H. Gibson, Gladys Wm. Cun
ningham, Balph Wm. Norton,
Watermelon Joo Dr. Shaw.
Between two of the heats of the
Kapiolani Park purso trotting and
pacing to harness raco, thero will
bo a match running raco botween
X-Bay, of tho Shenandoah Stables,
and J. D. Holt's Annexation.
EiailTH OCEANIC fi. 8. CO.'S CUP.
Entries Amethyst (Kealia
Stables), Billy 0. ( W. H. Corn
well), Antidote Geo. Bodiek,
NINTH PBESIDENT WIDEMANN's
Ono and quarter miles; free-for-all;
$150 added; to bo won twioo.
Entries Sympathetio's Last
Gus Schumann, Vernon Gus
Schumann, Lord Brook W. H.
FIRST PICYCLE RACE.
Half-mile dash. Prize: Trophy,
kvalued at 320.
Entries Sam Johnson. T. V.
King, J. F. Murray, J. Sylve..
SECOND rBIOYCLE RACE.
One -mile, handicap. 'iPrize:
Trophy, valued at S30.
Entries D. G. Sylvester, Sam
Johnson, J. Sylva, T. V. King, J.
THIRD HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Fivo eighths of a-mile dash; for
Hawaiian breds. Purse, oLC'U.
Entries Amothyst Kealia
Stables, Antidoto Goo. Bodiek,
Billy 0. W. H. Cornwall.
LrOURTH ENTERPRISE BBEWINO
Pacing and trotting; free-for-all;
beat 3 in 5. Purse, -S150,
with S50 addod.
Entries Balph (Wm. Norton),
Billy Buttou 4(J. F. Humburg),
GladyB (Wm. Cunningham).
iEirTH BOSITA OHALLENQE iCUP,
Bunning raco; ono-milo dash.
Entries Amaranth (Kealia
Stables), Sympathetiq's Last
doah StableB, Lord Brock W.
H. Cornwoll. ,
SIXTH MtlDEN RACE.
Half-mile -daBh. For horoee
that havo not previously started.
Entries Mikado Shenandoah
Stables, WikiwiL-i W. H. Corn
welin. X Bay, Shenandoah
All races aro to bo run or trot
ted under tho rules of the Na
tional Trotting Aesociation and
Blood Horse Association.
From tho above entries there
have boon withdrawn within the
time allowed 1) o'clook this morn
ing the following:
Tho half mile dash, Antidoto.
. From tho maidon raco, X Bay.
Henry Giles has been given the
thankless job of handicappor in
tho bicyclo races and has mado
tho following assignment of dis
tances: Manoa Wonder and
Johnson, scratch; Sylvestor and
King 25 yards; Bond 35 yards;
Lylo and Murray 50 yards.
Dcet ttugnr In New YorU.
Binghamtou, N. Y., May 28.
Charles A. Wisting, State Com
missioner of Agriculture, was in
tho city yesterday to establish an
experimental station hero for tho
cultivation of beot sugar. The
Stato has appropriated $25,C00 to
stimulate the industry, and 10 per
cent of this sum will bo devoted
to paying tho cost of the experi
ments. Agriculturists are very
much intorestod in tho outcomo.
Experimental stations will be lo
cated at Binghamton, Buffalo,
Brockport, Boohester, Syracuse
and othor points.
ItcmlugtiMi 11 nlc Racer.
The Bomington whools aro bo
coming inoro and more popular.
They have proved themselves first
olaBS both in material and finish.
Throe of these whools will bo in
the 11th of Juno races. The ridors
who hopo to got thoso whoels
under the wiro first aro John
ray and T. V. King. Tho Pacific
Cycle & Manufacturing Co., Lovo
Building, aro tbo agont, for this
The Pacific Hardwaro Company
displays two show windows full
of specimens of handsomely paint
ed chinawaro, the handiwork of
Miss Holmes, an artist in that
lino and her class, consisting of
Mrs A F Cooke, Miss F J Nolte,
Miss Agnos Molntyre, Mrs Sam
Allon, Mrs Goorgo MoLeod, Mrs
O H Athorton, Mrs J McCandloss,
Miss Carrio Oilman and Miss
The largest gold-mino ownors
in tho world are tho Botheohilds.
HACKS WITHOUT HORSES
1'IIWKH BOTTLKD IK NEW YORK
AMI rAKKN TO CHICAGO.
Ono It.itele l Power III 'rrr T
Jim uiid th! Citrrince fur I
Operated by power bottled in
New York and brought to Chicago
half a dozen or uioie comprebsed
air motooyelofl will carry passon
gors up and down Michigan
avenue next month, says tho Chi
cago Becord. Tho horseless car
riages are under construction in
tho shops of tho Hartley Power
Supply Company, whore ono of
Fred S toll's pnoumatio letter-collectors
runs over tho doors.
Tho motocycles which will bo
turned loose next month will be
tho first to be operated by a com
pany whioh intends placing tho
rubber-tire; aolf-runniug wagouot
tes iu all the city parks. Tho
system of supplying them with
powor is novel, as applied to
motocycles, for tho compressed
air will be bottled at a coutral
pover station and sent to tho vari
ous raotodycle stands by a com-presBed-air
Tho first "bottles" will bo
charged at 2000 pounds pressure
to the squaro inch in Now York,
for tho company will not havo its
aircompresBing plant in oporation
for several weeks. The ''bottles"
are of stool, mado seamless out of
a steel ingot, and are about the
sizo and shape of a five-gallon
minoral water bottle. The skin of
tho steel bottle is enormously
strong, so that the portable power
reservoir will safely sustain an
interior pressure of ono ton
to the square inch. This bottled
energy will furnish enough power
to a small tnotocycle capable of
carrying two mon, or a parcel-delivery
wagon, to permit it to travel
tweuty miles at agood road speed.
This motooyclo "will carry two
bottles, so that a distanco of forty
miles can bo covered before tho
pressure 'is reduced bolow tho
Tho engine whioh will bo usod
on tho parcol-dolivery bicyclo or
tho mail motooyclo is a compact
contrivance which weighs twelvo
pounds and which dovolops two
horsepower. By tho arrangement
of doublo piBtons tho effect of a
compound engine is secured, and
all vibration duo to reciprocation
of the parts is dono away with.
If the plans aro carried out Chi
cago in a short time will havo
hansom cabs operated by com
pressed air running noiselessly
ovor the stroots. In every moto
oyclo is an auxiliary resorvoir, in
to which the compressed air from
the bottle is fed, so that tho initial
storage prcssuro is reduced to a
working pressure of from thirty
to fifty pounds. Under thia re
servoir is an oil firo, whioh heats
tho air, expanding, it so that moro
prosBuro is obtained. In caso tho
air gives out at points whore tho
bottled powor cannot be obtained
this auxiliary reservoir can bo
transformed into a steam boiler,
for the engine is fitted for either
air or steam.
It is said that a mail collector
on his air motooyclo will bo ablo
to make fifty miles a day with
more comfort than he can mako
thirty-five milos with horso and
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from the Coast, is located at
tho Eaglo Houbo, Nuuanu street,
whoro Bho is prepared to por
mauontly remove moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by oloctricity.
Bho has also for sale an oxcellont
faoe bleach, warrantod not to in
jure tho skin. Madam Yulo makes
a spocialty of eloctrio treatment.
When you havo a portrait en
larged boo that you got your
monoy's worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to $5.00, $0.50,
$7.50 and $10.00 for work that
thoy guarantee to bo firstolasB.
Thoy invito comparison.
TO.tin or MTKVKNNON.
CtiaraelerliitleltMierllillon nictated by
the Author In Llle.
Work haB begun upon Bobort
Louis Stovonson'8 tomb at Vai
lima. It will consist of a plat
form of Saraoan granite, about
twelvo feet square, with a sarco
phagus raised two feet from tho
floor. This will bo ornamonted
with bronze castings, made in
San Francisco and suitably iu
Bcribed. On ono siao will bo
Stevenson's favorite linos from
Itutli, beginning with "My coun
try Bhall bo thy country; my God
shall bo thy God." On the other
side will bo a vorso written by
Stevenson and ordered placed on
his tomb. Tho lines aro as fol
lows: Under' the wide and starry sky,
Dig the ifravu and let me He.
Glad did I live and gladly die,
And I laid rae down wlttia will.
Home Is the hunter,
Home from tbe till 1.
And the sailor Is home from the
Begarding tho saro of Steven
son's works, Lloyd Osbourne, tho
stopson and collabotatour of
Stoveneon, says that tho demand
is increasing from mouth to
month. In the United States es
pecially tho demand is extraor
dinary and indicates tho esteem
iu which Stovensou's genius is
held thero. Tho stories have boon
translated in several languages,
aud in foreign countries the do
uiand is gradually assuming great
A JVUILEK COIN.
A Crown lMcco With nn Inscription ou
There has just boon issued a
coin which for a few thousand
years to como will be conaidered
ono of the most prized of Queen
Victoria's silver curroncy. It is a
crown piece bearing the bead of
hor Majesty, as nsed for a few
years past, with the ordinary in
scription, but carrying on the rim
"Anno Begni LX. Decus ot
Tutamen,1' the first timo that
such an inscription has appeared
upon any British coin, probably
upon any coin whatsoever, for tho
fow monarohs of formor times
who attained their sixtieth year
upon the throne did not record it
upon their coins. For somo un
known reason the jubiloo crowns
issued ten years ago havo only a
milled edgo and nothing npon
them to show for what particular
purpose they were struck. There
is tho date, 1887, of course, but it
is not everyone who can connect
it with tho interesting event it
Emamlue Your Vive Dollar and Half
Dollar Amerlcmu Colne.
Tho United States Government
Secrot Service agents aro greatly
alarmed ovor the increaso in the
circulation of spurious half-dollars,
which aro coined of pure
silver. These coins are most
difficult to distinguish from the
gonuino article and it is said that
nearly $1,000,000 of thorn aro in
circulation. Evon tho banks
handle thorn without discovering
thoir true character. Tho detec
tives think tho bogus mint is loca
ted in Mexico, but as yot havo
boon unablo to find it.
Auothor daugorous counterfeit
is a 85 lead piece, heavily plated
with gold, whioh can be dotected
by a fatso ring aud can bo easily
bont by a strong pair of fingers.
Both of theso ooins havo boon
freoly circulated iu San Francisco
and aro likely to mako thoir ap
pearance horo at any moment.
Una-glee and l'baetoui.
Gus Sohuman bogs to inform
tho public that ho haB on hand a
fino now lino of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Boad Wagons and Carts;
Doublo and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Haok Harness made
specially for tho Hawaiian trado.
These goods aro now on exhibi
tion at tuo Club Stables.
thrown Under Htreet Car While -Nivalin-
a Hide Lait Hixhl.
At dusk yesterday evening a
little Portugueso girl stealing a
rido on the rear stup of a U ere ta
li ia street car had a narrow escape
from death. A man wtin stepping
oil tho car and, uoi, seeing the
child, he stumbled ugaiust her,
when sho in trying to get out of .
the way wn rt(run under tho
platform. Bho Lupt hold of the
baud rail, howevoi, aud tht man
diugged her by sheer strength
from her perilous situation. Atter
being set down the child limped
to tho sklowalu aud, ut'yiug with
puiu and fright, leaned aguiust a
fouco. A lady passing by, who
saw tho occurrence, went to the
child and found her sufferring
from a severe cut across tho knee
cap. The child was able to walk,and i
one of her playmates was directed
by the lady to escort her homo y
and inform her mothor that she
had been hurt riding on a car. It
was only that very day that the
writer of thia item Baw a little
girl riding on tho stop of a car
running down Fort street." Tho
wonder is that children aro not
frequently killed or at least maim
ed iu stealing rides on the cars, as
the practise is carriod on every
day and night in tho year.
M'lT FOB PARTITION
Other liovi Vnmtm Plled-Aiiiiwor to
Libel for Divorce.
Maria Ena and othors, heirs at
law of tho late Mary Lane, havo
brought a bill in equity against
Lot Kamehameha Lane for the
partition of various lands. Hum
phreys & Macdonald are solicitors
for tho complainants.
John D. Sprockets and Adolph
B. Sprockets have brought a suit
of ejectmont against F. M. Hatch,
trustee, for land at Waikiki. Kin
noy & Ballou for plaintiffs.
Eliza Bichard nee Meek has
brought a bill in equity against
Geo. S. Houghtailing for tho can
cellation of a deed. Kinney &
Ballou for plaintiff.
Foster A. Davis has filed a de
nial, general and specific, of tho
allegations of Isabel E. Davis, in
her libel for divorce. Ho is re
presented by Kinney & Ballou.
KAI.AWtO BAND BOYN.
Nnbwcrlptlnna llecelved to Frovlda
Them with Uniform.
In responso to the appeal of tho
local press, tho following sums
havo been reooivod at tho Bulle
tin office, and more promised, to
ward the fund for providing the
leper band boys of the Baldwin
Home, Kalawao, with uniforms :
Justico W. F. Frear $10 00
Judge A. W. Carter 10 00
Judge A. Perry 10 00
Evening Bulletin 5 00
H.W.Green 2 00
Moses K. Nakuina 1 00
Cash 2 00
Cash 2 00
Total $42 00
The now building at tho corner
of King and Alakea stroots, which
haB attracted so much attention
on account of its peculiar stylo of
architecture, will D9 opened up as
a hotol in a fow days by A.
Schmedon. There aro a largo
number of rooms in the building
for tho accommodation of lodgers.
A restaurant will bo kept ou the
ground floor by another party.
Schmedon is well known about
town, having boon employed by tho
Custom Houso for two or three
years past. It iB to bo hoped ho
will be successful with his now
enterprise. Tho hotel will bo
known as the "Occidental."
If you are interested in tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
no worth your while to soo tho
samples at- King Bros, at prices
rauging from $5.00 to S10 00
frutnes and all. Thoy cau't bo beat,