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All persons holding water prIvHcgcs,
or those paying water rates, nro hereby
notified that the waicr rates for the term
; ' ending December 31 18S7, will be due
and payable at the ofllcoof the Honolulu
Water Works on the 1st July, 1687.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are duo will be
subject to an additional ten per cent.
Parties paying rates will please pre
sent their last receipts.
OIIAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Woik.
Approved : L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. GO lOt.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Draw Exchange on the
Btvulc ol Calil'ornlti, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. ltothschild & Son, London
Tho Commoiolal Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bauk of British Columbia,
torin, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for the
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 67
Pledged to neither Beet sor Party.
Sit established tor the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1887.
THE ROAD TO HONOR.
We have frequently essayed in
our humble way to enlighten tho
uninitiated touching our method of
filling public ofllces, and what, in
the opinion of our Governmental
Head, are the necessary qualifica
tions for official positions. We aro
so convinced by a little circumstance
which occurred on the street corner,
last evening, that there arc still
some people here who are not suffi
ciently informed on this point, that
we feel justified in again reverting
to it. Tho "little circumstance" is
this: Several gentlemen were stand
ing and talking together, when ono
of tho number, a stranger from
California, said, "It seems to me
that you people in this country do
not consider character of any ac
count in your public men: ante
cedents of a questionable nature
appear to be no hindrance to hold
Quite right, stranger. But let ubi
explain a little. You will perhaps,
admit, in common with all who bow
to the laws of reasoning, that ' any
very prominent and startling feat
ure of a man's career or character
must be allowed to have a marked
influence upon Ilia progress in so
ciety, and must inevitably operate
ns an impediment or as a recom
mendation to tho attainment of pub
lic honors. For instance, a man
seeks a place of honor, trust, and
emolument. By tho fact of his be
ing successful, the appointing power
acknowledges that he is a fit and
proper person for the position, and
by so doing that same, power stamps
the seal of approbation and admira
tion upon his antecedents, his pre
sent standing, and his future reli
ability. Now, n man cannot be
both eligible and ineligible If his
whole course of life distinguishes
him from other men as more than
commonly fit for a certain position,
his antecedents must equally form a
great part of his claim upon public
estimation. Any particular episode
of his past life which does not serve
to exclude him from office must be
held as a claim upon public notice,
respect, and admiration. Therefore,
if a man presents himself for office
without any doubts or denial that
he is a felon, and the appointing
power with a knowledge of this ele
TAtcB him to position, it is clear that
JjB' felony, being no bar to his op
' pointment, must be included as one
of his qualifications for office, and
a pledge of his fitness for nn exalted
place in tho public service. Tho
conclusion, therefore, which wo
reach after watching tho proceed
ings of the King and Government is,
that crime nnd crookedness consti
tute claims to places of trust and
honor. If the stranger is nn am
bitious man and wishes to rise to
distinction in this kingdom, or in
rrVyrf-ll'fiTiiiii'riirrirrViT'pVrf- yt 1TF-1T1 jn iTrT" t'iITi-J-f"n f -fi-'nyfrtnim Tirn'i iiin';- "" -M' -""---- , irilwiTwYiyfiHWTTTrm
tlosirous of going bnclc to lite homo a
member of one of our distinguished
Royal Orders, lie should do n little
purloining or proceed without delay
to commit n felony of somo kind,
nnd he cannot fail to bo honoied.
This is one of the incongruities
of our Government which rcspccl
ablo people naturally object to.
They would prefer to sec nil places
of trust, from tho top to tho bottom,
occupied by men of unimpeachable
antecedents and rigid integrity.
We entertain hope that the day is
coming when this bar sinister shall
bo erased from "our escutcheon.
THE RIGHT OF PETITION.
Kditok llui.i.irm: In to-day's
"Advertiser," Mr. Gibson draws
tho distinction between petitions
in the nature of a persuasive appeal
nnd those presented as an ultima
tum, animadventing on the latter.
Undoubtedly there is n great and
just distinction between tho two
forms of petition, but both have
their legitimate place in movements
for constitutional redress only as
all history will show. The petition,
in the nature of an ultimatum has
its natural placo later on in the
movement, and when the gravity
of the situation has increased. Mag
na Chaita was wrung from a guilty
king by just such a demand. Says
the Historian "Within a few days of
the king's landing (after the battle
of Bouvincs) tho barons again met
at St. Edmundsbiiry and swore on
tho High Altar to demand from him
if needful by force of arms, the ob
servance of Henry's charter and of
the confessor's law." Nurs
ing wrath in his heart tho tyrant
bowed to necessity and summoned
the barons to a conference at Bun
nymede, And the English people and wo
their decendants obtained the char
ter of Liberties, because our sturdy
forefathers had the courage that
day to demand their rights and to
stake all for their good and the
good of thoso who should come after
What is more they made the king
for otherwlso he would have given
nothing they made him pledge that
he would "to no man sell or deny or
delay right or justice;" and says
the Historian as "it was not an easy
matter to provide means for tho
control of a king) whom no man
could tiust, a council of 2 i barons
was chosen from tho general body of
their order to enforce on John tho
observance of tho charter, with the
right of declaring war on the king
should its provisions bo infringed."
This happened 072 years ago next
month, and it seems as if it was
hardly necessary in tho 10th cen
tury wuen tlio rights or the people
have grown apace to define again
tho true moaning aud bounds of the
right of petition.
The "Advertiser" would convey
the impression that the public was
about to demand without first asking.
Those who know tho hlstorj' of tho
King since 1871 know better. And
first let mo say that the right of pe
tition is certainly not confined to a
body of men. Individuals may petition
in writing nnd verbally. Think first
how many prominent men of all
classes have argued and pled with
the King since 1871. Within a few
weeks honest men have been to him
and plod with him. Wo all remem
ber when tho King and Mr. Gibson
slapped the planter's delegation in
tho face when thoy respectfully ask
ed in 1882 for a removal of tho pre
sent Cabinet. -Mr. Gibson undoubt
edly rejoiepd in the insult those men
submitted to that day without
fully realizing that t'hnt day's
work might conio back on his
head some day. What body of men
felt that they could submit to any
such treatment again? Did not
every heart say that, when next we
go it must be in the way that faith
less men can only appreciate? When
tho King sent i message to tho
Legislature, calling for retrench
ment and plodging his support to it,
man' who knew the man too well
would not put themselves in the
way of after ridiculp and did not
join in tho torch light procession
and personal thanks to tho Kiug.
Many others did, to find that it ap
parently was u wanton prelude to
enlarged and premeditated en
croachments on tho public treasury
by the King and his followers.
The methods of redress must bo
measured to the man wo are dealing
with. There is no senso in direct
ing men to a method of redress
wholly inapplicable totho present
demands, simply because it was
used in somo other constitutional
struggle. Tho method must appeal
to our common senso aud there must
bo somo hope that the method is
adapted to nnd will attain the de
sired pud. Mr. Gibson says if our
petitions arc i of used, go to the bal
lot box, from which, bo it remem
bered, he shut out many whito jnen
last election, who, having tho requW
sites for naturalization woro still re
fused their ncccsfeary papers, in or
der to cut them off from polling
their votes. What man of common
sense but knows that the very ono
who tells us to go to the ballot box,
has himself hedged it around by
unconstitutional methods so ns to
make it impossiblo to uso it as a
check on tho King nnd tho Ministry?
Tho prinoiplo of "taxation with
out representation" evolved out f
tho American Revolution was but
faintly hinted nt in the English
charter of rights, but tho germs
were there, nnd tho Colonials with
tho genius of froomon. out of theso
germs, evolved a weapon of defense
suited to tho needs of that struggle.
So do wc say, the courso we pursue
and tho petitions wc innko must
meet tho temper of the men who nic
to be parlies to it, and the conditions
nnd needs of the times.
It is time, as Lord Chatham once
declared on tho lloor of patlinmcnt,
"that the throno bo addressed in
the language of tuilh." If this
community means n demand, let
them say so, as the barons did on
the plains of Bunnymcdc. It is
due the King that ho should know
tho truth when he makes up his
mind how to act. Yours truly,
A FoiiKtoxEii Rons ox the Suit..
PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS IN THE HANDS
Eniroit But.i.ivrix : I notice in an
editorial note in your yesterday's
issue, that the Begistiar of Public
Accounts states that the coin for the
repayment of tho ceitiflcales is "O.
K." at the big safe at the Treasury.
Now the Registrar is a gentleman
whose word and conduct arc quite
unimpcachablo, but nevertheless the
coin being there at the present mo
ment, docs not weaken the force of
my assertion that as this special
deposit U under the control of the
sumo Minister of Finance who prov
ed himself incapable of holding in
tact ns trustee for behoof of the
public, another "special deposit"
left in his charge, it is not unlikely
that lie may repeat the operation as
regai ds the special fund for payment
of certillcates, and lend tho govern
ment, part or whole of tho money
at a liino, when they happen to bo
pressed for funds.
Beforo slopping, I think it but
just to the public to point out the
loss that ma7 accrue to their pock
ets in another direction, viz. : "the
l'ost Office Savings Bank. In view
of the reckless and extravagant ex
penditure on the part of the govern
ment for some time past, I lay it
beforo the depositors to judge for
themselves whether they consider
their hard won earnings in their pre
sent place of deposit to bo as right
as tho Bank of England. Further,
seeing the manner in which tho
?2,000,000 loan isjspcnt, is it at all
problematical whether a financial
"burst up" may not take place with
the Hawaiian Government. Should
this event happen, the depositors
will be able to console themselves
vith some valuable assets such as
II. M. S. Kaimiloa.
Tito Bono 1'uumco.
THE EDITOR OF THE "ELELE"
Eunon Bui.m.tik: Permit me a
short space in your columns. I
am tho editor of tho native
newspaper, tho "Elclo," and
wrote tho' article of tho 18th in
stant, a translation of which ap
peared in your paper of the 23rd
instant. I have the entire editorial
management of the "Elele," and
can say positively that Mr. Gibson
does not write, dictate or suggest iti
any way a single line in tho paper.
Tho same can be said of Mr. IJay
selden, the proprietor. I have rea
son to believe that Mr. Gibson, who
as j'Oti can assure yourself, does not
hold any iutercst in tho paper, does
not oven read its articles, and has
less knowledge of its contents, than
evidently you have, Mr. Editor.
The "Elclo" is made up exclu
sively of native writers, without any
foreign revision whatever. I feel
assured that it is tho only native
papor, exclusively under native
management, and its articles are not
translations of foreign thought, as
may be said of oilier so called native
What I said in the article referred
to, I pnn&idcr an honest expression
of iiativo opinion, which in its native
dress does not impress the native
mind so strongly, as when translated
into n language unusually tho vehi
cle of n more moderate tone of
thought. But, let me say, sir, that
Hawaiians will not quietly permit
that their Ruler and Father, shall
have base epithets thrown at him,
and his kingly seat put in question,
upon tho affidavit of auy number of
avowed pagan lawbreakers; and
thpy not resent tho baso, unworthy,
cowardly defamation, Jf tho King
is silent, his people will speak for
him, through the columns of tho
"Elele," and elsewhere.
F. .7. Testa.
A LAW STUDENT,
DESIRES A POSITION AS OLEUK
or copyist, A. 1 Itofcroticcp,
Addiess II. A.
P. O. Box 441 10 1 w
A YOUNG MAN.
imppi.icn iiv tjait.wav Arm.
J ikut, wIbIioi a position ns wutcli.
nuii), or similur Uyht situation. Enquire
nt this allien.
AV ANTED TO PURCHASE.
A LOT 10 FEET FRONTAGE ON
King street, botwciu Bethel nnd
Fort. J. 13. BROWN &CQ.
HARNESS MAKER has moved to
No. 7 King street next to tho
Metropolitan Market. 01 lm
Cotlago to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furnlturo nt u bargain,
For particulars caqulro of Jno, Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 37 tf
On Thursday, June 30th.
At 10 o'clock n. in.
At the lcsldcncc of the lion W. (!.
Pmke, we will Bell at Public Auction
the entire Household Furniture, com
prising: Bureau nnd Sofa Hugs,
Upholstered Parlor Lounge,
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Large Ccnlro Hug,
Oval Centre Table,
I Light Clmmleller,
Blank Hair Cloth Chniis,
Port lew nnd Cornice Poles,
Elegant K(u Sideboard,
H. W. Bedstead,
Toilet 8ct, Bagatelle Tnblc,
Koa Extension Tabic,
Assortment of Slhcrplntc I Ware,
Black Wnlnut Chnlr?,
11. W. Marble Top Bureaus
Oik Bedroom Set,
Mutrcfc&c3, Mosquito Nets Ward.
Hnnging and Bracket Lamp?,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
Ment Safe, Rtfrlgcrntor, Hay Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and an assortment of
Kerns, Palm', nnd 1'hnts, Garden
S nnds, Flower Pots, Etc., Etc ,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 ill Aumionccis.
I nm instructed by Mens. Henri Fecr,
Fro-iuli Commissioner, to roll nt publlo
miction (on account of Depirturc) nt
his lcsidciice, on Buri-tntita strco', ud
joining Fort street Church,
At 10 o'clock n, nj.
The whole of hit Ilotisi hold Furniture
1 PARLOR SET,
Dining Table and Chnirs
SEVERAL BEDROOM SETS,
Chairs, Tables nnd Hocking Chairs,
Chandeliers nnd Lamps,
Croeltcry niul G1uhviiio
Curtains nnd Lambrequins.
Kitchen Stove nnd Utcmits,
Ladies' nnd Gent's Saddles etc, nlso
Ono 2-Seated Family Carriage
LEWIS. .T. LEVEY,
71 v Auctioneer.
Ladies' Fashionable Hair Dresser and
Also Combing-! mmle up in tho latest
styles nnd nt
Will go to lpsldcncc If desired. Apply
L. ADLER'S thoe ttore, No 13 Nuu
To bo given by the IOLANI GLEE
QLUB for tho
Benefit of tho Eaumakapili Church
Under the patronage of Ills Majesty tho
Tuesday, Jane 28, 1887
HAWAII'N OPERA HOUSE
Under tho innnngemont of CAPTAIN
It. FARKElt WaIPA.
Btdf Box Plan for reserved seats will
open nt tho olllco of J. L IlKOWN &
CO., on Monday, Juno 27th, nt 0 n. in.
A SMALL WHITE DOG, WITH
yellow tpots, answering to the
n iiiio of Toots, Anyone returning tho
same or giving information of whore,
abouts, to No. 110 King street, will bo
Oil. JUIES TAVERN I ER.
rPHE UNDESIGNED HAVING
JL been appointed Assignees of the
Estate of Ka Hut Kiiter-no Nuwalelun, a
Company doing business in Wnlhco
Maul, Bankrupt, all pcisons indebted to
Mild estate mo hereby notified to pay
tlio suuhi Immediately to tho undersign
ed. W. 0. l'AKKE.
- Assignees of tho Estate of
Kn Hut Knlepno Nawnioluu.
Honolulu J line 2G 1837. 71 4t
CEVERAL -SEWING GIRLS.
kj Apply at oneo nt
COSt, K lug street.
YOUNG WOMAN TONUH8EA
liowlv born bnbv. Annlv to tli
Bulletin Office. 00 8t.
Hell Til. .11H. Mutual Tel, 180
, General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Premises on Judd Street, at present occu.
pled by J. Eminelutli. Overiincies
In extent; substantially enclosed,
graded, planted with fruit trees both
loielgu nnd native; durable buildings.
Promises near Thomas Square. Kulaokahun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School nnd Fort
streets opposite tho Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort strict.
123 feet on School street; ono 12-rooiiK.il
Lot of Land InKiilihl Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Corner," sltualo on the east cor
ner of Nuiiiinu nnd Quern streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsucola nnd Wilder
Avenues, MaUiltl,!3ncrcs morn or lo.'s;
may bu divided up for small home
steads. To Let 'Hint ery convenient and de
sirable cottngi! on Mercbnnt sireet
oprosito ihu Mutual Telephone build
ing. Fifty Acres (more or less) In IlaulKI, cast
of Mnanalua; llacicsof agricultural
laud; '!.") ncies nil together suitable
for tbu cultivation of rice, taro oi In
nanus. All the uiocsuiry buildings;
Artesian wen, ttc.
Lcaso oi Fish Pond at Wnlkilo. A tare
opportunity for a profitable Invest
ment. Caltlo Ranch nt Knannpnll, Mnul, suitable
for a lunchmau of limited menus.
Lcaso of Cottage and Lot with largo sinble
accommodation, ou Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, Cm niched and do
ing a piotltnblo business. Situated ns
At the foot of Punchbowl streit;
On Alnkcu, nbovo King street ;
On Until, bctwcLii Nuuiiiiu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd large lot above Kinnu
sti ret, on tho Hank of Punchb vl hill.
Buildings new und in good condition.
Healthy locitioii; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Eq.,
Kiiliiokahnn. A very desirable resl-
dence, fully appointed.
A1m, a van nit building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Bcretnula
street, m.iknl of Piiunbou, 2Vf n.lles
from the Post Ollleu. Together with
grounds nnd iulc;ln ull. These
pittuj-cs uro fully uppoin td nnd ery
convenient for a large family, nnd me
furnished with servants' quarters, car
nage house, stabics, ttc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottago, on tho flank of
of PunchbowJ, yx miles from tlio Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience tor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottago, with largo ynid accommo
dation, corner of Lllihn nud King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ato family; tlvo minutes' walk from
tho Post Ofllu)
fen Acres (wore or less) of good iinsturo
land situate on the Government road
in Kullhl Iwo miles from town.
A 5-Room Cottage with kitchen and bath,
within n half a mile of the Post Olllce.
By a Lady, ns nurso or housekeeper, who
has had many yean experience nud
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-kcopcr nud general business
man, who is acquainted with nil
branches of nieicnntllo butiness.
Wages not nn object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
beit of lofercnccs it desired.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business in nil
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has bctn muny jenrs u resident of
By Several Men who will make them
solve i useful in doing tho chores in
pi lvnto families; taking catu of horses
and carriages, etc.
Pull pirtlculais glvcii with logard to
tho foregoing Items on application at
tlio Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMEU
Has lecelved a full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Luces,
llihboiiH, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO J
Go inspect Mr, Pishel's New Goods I
Leading Millinery Houso.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X. advcrtlsclu tho Daily Bulietin.
Tie Dion Lilly Hat!
FROM THE FIBM OP
Hoffnung & Co,, Sydney,
These goods comprise every description
Notions ami Novelties!
Ladies' &. Gent's Saddlery, &o.
Will bo sold nt
In (iiinntltlcs to suit.
Tlio goods nro now on salo In tho room
Over Yates and McKenzie's,
Opposite tho Oceanic Go's Wharf.
A Two-Story Dwelling House
With 8 rooms, le.Mdcs kitchen, pantry,
bath room and closet, with servants'
loom, nnd superior barn nnd ttnblc nc
coinmodntlons, situated on Upper Nuu
nnu Avenue, in the most delightful and
healthy portion of the subuibs. Or a
With 0, rooms, besides kitchen, pnntry,
store room, nnd servants' rooms; also
barn nnd stable accommodations.
The nbovo houses nro furnished, und
will bo ready for occupation in a fjw
weeks. Inquire of
07lf W. W. nALL.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE, containing flvo
rooms, besides dining room,
kitchen aud nnntry. and every
convenience for n family; ono acre of
ground, well shaded with algcroba trees,
situated on Klnau street, between Ala
pal and Knplolnui Ms. Apply on the
premises to Thos. Newcastle. 07 lw3
ikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS having tiken
charge of the Waikiki Bath House,
begs to Inform the public that ho will
run tho place as a Urst-class bathing
MBS. CROOKS will nttend to tlio lady
patrons of tho place, and every effort
will bo made ta make it attractive.
Fooled Angus Stcok
Bull Calves from 10 to 13 months old.
Heller Calvos from 1 0 to 13 months old.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, .rune 24, 1887. 70
LOST OR MISSCARRIED.
ON THE OCEANIC Co., WHARF
of Mny aist, on arrival of Austra
lia n laigo black leather vallso tightly
strapped handle brokm and hemp cord
substituted. Any person delivering
same at Paul Neumanns ffa:ewlll bo
02 tf PAUL NEUMANN.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
take place at tho rooms of the Chamber
of Commerco In Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th next at 11 a. m.
JOHN II. PATY.
f7 If Secy, pro. torn.
COCKSFOOT, BYE G1USS ENG
LISH RED CLOVER, COW
rpilE ATTENTION OF ALL INTEK
X estcd In Improving tho pasture
lands of tho Islunds is called to tho
above valuable) seeds, which wo offer for
s'lle In lots to suit purchasers.
Wo have nlso on hand samplo lots of
White Clover, English Alsyko, Tlmo
thy, Rib Grass, Crested Dog's Toil, Tall
Fescuo, Italian Rye Grnss and Luccrno
fowls, which wo offer In small lots for
trial, and will nlso rccolvo ordeis for
quantities of not less tlinn half a ton
weight, and execute sumu with dispatch.
WM, G. IRWIN & CO. .
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mtiroj perfectly
Bafo to drive by ladies
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
nnd Lunalllo Sis., which can bo
dividcu into two or more building lots.
Euquiro of G. WEST,
To bo held at their Rango on King St.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At I) o'clock, n. in.
GOVERNOR DOM1NIS CUP,
Valued at $100, for tho highest aggre
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 nud a to
become the property of tho marksman
winning it thrco times at regular melt
ings of tho H. R. A.
Won July C, 1860, ly J. Brodle. M. D.
Won January 1, 18bf, by Win. Ungor.
I. THE BROD1E MEDAL-
Valued at $G0; also second prize of $5;
third prizo $2.G0. Conditions of the
match: Open to nil members of the As
sociation, and members of the regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom; to become the property of
the markbman winning it three Unit s at
regular meetings of the II. R. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; nuy
military rifle under the rules; limited to
ono entry to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, 188C, by Wm. Unger.
Won July C, 1880, by 0. B. Wihor.
Won January 1, 1887, by C. II. Wilson.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND TARO
Valued $100; also a second prize of $r
third prize, $2.00. Conditions: Open to
all comers; to become tho property of
the marksman winning it three limes at
regular meetings of tho H. H, A.j 10
rounds each at tho 400 and GOO yard
langes; any military rifle under the
rules; limited to one entry for each com.
petitor, Entranco fee, 81.
Won July 5, 1880, by J. Btoilo, M. D.
Won January 1, 1847, by W. C. King.
III. H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 81G0-. Competitors limited to
members of the Association. Condi.
tions: For tho highest aggregate scote
at 200 and COO yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rifle under tho
rules; to become the property of tho
marksman winning it three times nt
regular meeting of the II. R. A. En,
trance fee, $1.
Won January 1, 1880, by F.J. Higgins,
Won July G, 1880. by J. Brodle M. D.
Won January 1, 1887, by Wm. Unger
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely; 25, IB, 10
and 10 per cent, of the net receipts.
Conditions: Open to nil marksmen; any
military rifle under the rules; lOioumlsj
distance, 2uQ yards. Entrance fee, $1. '
V ASSOCIATION "SECOND OLASB
Open to all members of tho Associa
tion who have never made a record ex
cecding 75 per cent at any regular meet
ing of the H. R. A. First prize, u SiK
ver Medal; Second prize, one dozen
Photographs, presented by J. J. Wil
liams, Esq. Conditions: Rounds, 10;
distance, i00 yards; any military rifle
under tho rule. Entrance fee, $1. En
VI. ASSOCIATION TniRD CLASS;
Open lu all members of the Associa
tion who havo never mudo a record ex
ceeding 05 per cent nt any regular meet-,
ing of tho II. R. A. Fhst prize, a Sil
ver medal ; Second prize, Woven Cart
ridge Belt and one hundred Cartridges,
presented by C. II. Nlcoll, Esq. Condi
tions same ns in Match No. G.
Four cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10
nnd 10 per cent of tho net receipts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen who.
havo never mndo a record exceeding 70
per cent nt any meeting of tho II. R. A.;
rounds.fi; distance,200 yards; any mili
tary rilles under tho rules. Entranco
fee, GO cents. Entries unlimited.
. VIII PISTOL MATCH.
First prize, ono Smith & Wesson 38
callbro nickel plated .Revolvtr. Condi
tions: Open to all; rounds, 10; dUtuncu
100 feet. Entrance fee, CO cunts. En.
Entries can bo made to tho Secretary,
or at tho gun storo of Mrs. Thos. Lnok K
at any time beforo, or at tho Range on
tho day of the match.
Extra guns and cartridges can be ob
tained at the Range.
J. II. FISHER,
J, DHODIE, M- D-,
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