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BISHOP & Co., BA REUS
Honolulu, Hawaiian 1 mis
Draw Exchange on iiio
Bnulc ot Oulii'oi-nhi, tt. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HOMO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & on, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Bydnoy,
Tho Commercial Dank Oo. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand Auckland.
Chrlstchurch, and Well niton,
Tho Bank of British Colombia, Vic
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Traniaot a General Bankloi; Business.
LLGISLATURE OF 1888. "Tho Dnlly
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
only correct and rollablo reports of tho
proctcdings of the present Legislature.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888.
THAT FORT STREET NUISANCE.
That stream of polluted wnter
continues to trickle down Fort
street, extending from Goldberg's
corner to Macfarlane's corner. It
is a nuisance and an ai noynnce to
the business people along its course,
aud to those of the general public
who have occasion to do business
in that quarter or pass that way.
Carriage wheels in potion and
horses attached to bitching posts
frequently splash the side walk and
pedestrians with mud. The liquid
matter coines from mauka of the
Mclnerny block, and is said to bo
water in which washing has been
done. It is a nuisance which cer
tainly calls for prompt investigation
and removal, either by tho Itoad
Department or the Board of Health,
or perhaps both combined.
In the case of the man Trainor,
who died at the Queen's Hospital
two or thice days ago, from injuries
received by a fall from the steam
ship Australia, soma one seems to
have been guilty of inexcusable
neglect. Various reports were be
ing circulated yesterday, and a re
presentative of tho Bi lixtin was,
entrusted with the woik of investi-
eatinji, them, but ias unable I
to complete his task in time for our
last issue. Some of the most cx
tremo statements were discovered to
be exaggerations, but after elimin
ating these there is enough undenia
ble truth left to justify the charge
of neglect shameful neglect. Just
who is to blame, we arc unable to
state at present. The man was
taken to the Station House shortly
after the accident occurred, and was
left there for about 24 hours, when
he was removed to the Queen's Hos
pital. On arrival at the hospital
his body was teeming with ants.
Death ensued the following day.
Whether this man's life could
have been saved by timely care and
attention cannot be decided. But
if care and attention had been furn
ished, no one could be blamed for his
untimely death. That a man, badly
injured by a fall, has been shame
fully neglected is patent. Tho mat
ter is of sufllcient gravity to call for
investigation, that it may be known
who the responsible parties arc, and
the blame placed on their heads.
Editok Bulletin: I thank "D"
for calling attention to a sentence in
my letter which does not correctly
present my thoughts, aud is, unin
tentionally, liable to give offense.
In the use of the expressions "white
men" and "white labor" I wished
to draw the distinction between
trained mechanics of America and
Europe, and the "voluntary immi
grants" for plantation labor, and
wrote the word "white" in the
colloquial sense used in America.
It was not my intention to imply a
sense of "color" to tho Colonial
descendants of tho nation that may
still proudly boabt of possessing the
memory of Henry the Illustrious.
So far as personal reflections annoy
mously presented are concerned, I
will make no rclply.
CHALLEHCE FROM THE MIHD
READER. Mr. BiBhop, is reported to have
stated that ho had heard of a gen
tleman in town who was sceptical of
the reputed discomfituro of Labou
chorc pn the bank note number feat.
Ho was prepared, therefore, health
permitting, on Tuesday ovning to
stake any amount up to the 5,000
offered by Labouchere on his abil
ity to tell the nuaibH of a bank
note in a third party's hunds ; pro
vided, however, that" the stakes go
to public charity.
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A FigM Willi Lepers.
-, m . .-i.
m m '"
Several Close Galls,
Last Wednesday, dipt. Larsci
OftUer Reynolds, and two police
men Iron) llum-lulu, with S. Wilcox,
Sheiiff ot Kauai, C. 11. Willis,
Deputy Sheriff, Ashford Spencer,
Aukai, native sheriff of "Waimea
District, and five uutivo policemen,
went up to the valley of Hannpepe,
Kauai, to avrost some native lepers.
Several of the party went to a
house where the lepers were sup
posed to be, while tho others went
along the stream. Tho house was
found empty and tho lepers, a man
and a v.oman, were discovered
ciossing the river, and wero seen to
enter a cluster of bushes. The man
and woman, noticing that they were
detected, came out into :in open
space, the man holding a gun. He
was ordored by tho police party to
drop his gun, but he refused. He,
with the woman, retreated, and
reaching tho corner of a house,
opened tire on the posse. Two of
the foice, who had the lepers
covered with their rides all the
time, returned fire.
Shots were again exchangedj and
although the calls were close no one
The lepers retreated. Two of the
force on horseback attempted to
head them off. Getting another
sight at the fugitives through an
open space, another volley was fired
at a distance of about one mile and
Finally Sheriff Wilcox got within
speaking distance of the man and
woman and tried to persuade them
to give up. The sheriff said he did
not waut to kill them, and they
might as well surrender ; they could
not escape. The man, throwing
down his gun, said he would not
give up ; he was not afraid to die ;
and the sheriff could shoot him if he
During the conversation the two
policemen from Honolulu had suc
ceeded in getting behind the lepeis,
and pouncing upon them suddenly,
The rifle used by the leper was a
12-shot Winchester. During the
firing between the two parties the
bullets plowed up the soil at the feet
of those aimed at, on several occa
sions, while some shots passed close
to their heads. The captured wo
man was thoroughly terrified, but
the man was defiant to tho last.
The next day the party went to
Waimea in search ot more lepers,
but on their anival there they found
that the people uau been warned
and 17 lepers, well-armed, had es
caped into the mountains. The
police got one woman who was left
behind because she was too feeble
to follow the otheis. She'confessed
that they had been warned and that
the 17 were armed uith rifles and
pistols, aud would fight to the bitter
A man had also been caught the
day before by the sheriff, and made
the fourth person captured. Three
rifles were taken. All of them were
good. One wasmaiked A. R. The
Honolulu police stood the fire well,
but two Kauai policemen would not
go on after the first shot.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
nt G :30 P. M. Come and bring a friend.
Kawaiahao Ciiukch. Rev. II. H.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
x. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Mormon Ciiukch. Services in Ha
waiian at 10 a. 3i. Sci vices iu English
will be held at 2:00 r.M. All arc in
vited. Qor.EN Emma Hall. Gospel and
song service for Hawailans ho spenk
English at at3 i. m. Good fciujjing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Service : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7:30 r. 31., Iu the Japanese Y. 31. O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Beretania and Nuuanu streets.
Central Union Ciiukch. Kcv. E.
G.Beckwith, l. D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:13 a. m.
Sei vices at 11 A. li. and 7:30 v. si.
ICAUMAKAriLi Ciiukch. At eleven
o'clock Sunday morning the new church
will be dedicated, lollowlng is the
oider of tervlco:
Organ Voluntary Kaumaknpili
March Wi ay Taylor
Anthem The Heavens nro telling
f Ci cation) Choir
Prnyer Rev. J. Kauhuue
Hymn No. C01 Choir
.Scripture Reading Rev. A. Pall
Prayer Rev. J. H. Muhoe
Anthem How Beautiful Upon
the Mountains Choir
Reiidlugof Addteis from the King.
Organ Volim-i Berceuse lu A. Delhi tick
tniics. Andante in G. ...Batiste
Addicss Hou. Henry Waterhouse
Address Rev. Dr. Lowell fcmith
Hymn No. 005 Choir
iferinon Rev. J. N. Palkull
Rev. O. M. Hydo.D. D.
Hymn No. 000 Choir
Benediction Rev. S. Walualolo
Organ 1'os.tlude War Mai ch (Atha-
Roman Catholic CATHKnitAL.
0 and 7 A. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion, fc'ervlees In Eugligh at 7 a.
h. j and at 10 a. m., hlt'li mass, with
sermon either in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alteriuitiiiir according to the
three principal dlucreut nationalities of
tho chinch; 2 l. m., tosiiry anil cate
tlsm; i:'M i. m., Institution mid bene
diction of Iho Blebscd Sacrament.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
advertiae it la the Daily Bulletin,
DEA1H GF REAfc-ADMIRAL HIWETT.
The following is clipped from tho
Sydney Htratil. Admiral Ilewctt
was first cousin to our respected
townsman, Mr. A. M. Hewett.
The denth Is announced of Rear
Ad ml ml Sir William N. W. Hewett,
("lhu late Rear-Admiral Hewett
was bom at Brighton in 1884. Ho
entered tho Royal Navy in 1847,
and became Lieutenant in 1854,
Commander in 1858, Captain in
1862, and Rcar-Admirnl in 1878.
lie survi'd with the nnval brigade in
the Burmese war and in China, and
also in the Russian war of 1854-5,
for which he received the Order of
the Legion of Honour nnd the Sar
dinian war medal. Tho Victoria
Cross, with two dates, was also con
ferred upon him for conspicuous
bravery in tho field before Sebasto
pol and Inkcrman. For the gallan
try exhibited on this occasion tho
Board of Admiralty promoted him
to the rank of Lieutenant. He com
manded the Beagle at tho capture
of Kcrtch and Yenikali, and in tho
Azoff expedition. During tho As
hautce war of 1873-1 he was commo
dore on the west coast of Africa,
and ho was present at Amoaful and
the capturo of Coomassie. For his
services he was created a Knight
Commander of the Order of the
Bath (March 31, 1874). Subse
quently he severely punished the
Congo River pirates for outrages
(1873). lie was appointed Commander-in-Chief
on the East India
station in 1882, and iu the same
year for his services when in com
mand of naval forces in the Expedi
tion to Egypt he received the thanks
of Purliainent. He was created a
Knight Commander of tho Order of
the Star of India in 1882. He was
charged, in 1881, with a mission to
King John of Abyssinia, in order to
induce that potentate to aid in the
relief of the garriBon of Kussala.J
London, May 14.
Xotlctt under tU head etc ehtrgtd 10 ce-U
per hue for the fiat insertion, and 6 cents per tine
eiery additional inertton.
rPHE 11th of Judo is near at hand.
JL We would advise all our friends
to go to Mclncrm'H and procure some
if Jils Elegmt Linen Dustirj and his
.Elegant Pe.irl Grey Ping Hals, latest
styles. Evervono who expects to win
will own one of these Fine Huts. 01 2t
liter on ice nil lhu way from St.
Louis, for sale at the Pantheon. 07 If
ANOTHER lot of Draught Bcr-r
on ieo all tho way from St. Louis,
lor sale at the Pantheon. 57 If
CLEAN RAGS aud becond hand
clothing will be gratefully receiv
ed for the use of the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Ifaknako,
or nt the Leper Scttlment nu Molokni,
if left with J. T. Walurhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. tfcf tf
IF YOU really want jour money's
worth of tho finest Houie-Mtule
French und Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes call at the Pioner Steam
Cindy Factory, Bikeiy unit fee Cream
Parlors. cttiihliMieil 1803, Hotel, oppo.
site llelhcl street. F. Horn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook nnd Orna
nienter P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. IS tf
"17 OB SALE at the Reformatory
j bcuooi, uy uie uaic or ton.
W. G. NEEDHAM.
PAIR of Eye Glasses with Gold
Rims, in a eae. Finder will be
rewarded on returning name to Ucu
IXTIN office. Ga 3t
THIS morning bolween the Bleamer
Likclike Wharf and the "White
House, a. Scotch Tweed Sack Coat. The
finder will be rewarded ou returning
same to Mr. D.iniel Lyons, "Elcle''
olUcc. C5 It
A SPECIAL meeting of Pacific IIos
Co. will be held THIS (Saturday)
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. A full
uttcudanct is icqucsted as business of
importance will be brought up.
J. W. MCDONALD,
t'5 It Foreman.
MB. Jas. nunt, of the Pantheon Sa
loon, has received a barrel of the
Genuine Cultnbacber Beer, from the
AuheuEcr.Bufch Brewery, of St. Louis,
which he will dlpono to his patron) on
MONDAY. June 11th. This will be a
rare treat for nui ucuiiuu i'rii'ridc. 05 It
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.
Gi'.STLKUEK: I have made a chomi.
ral examination of the cample nf Taro
Flour which you have submitted to me
und llml that Mime is entirely free from
any Injurious BiibMunco whatever.
Yours ery truly,
GEO. W. SMITH,
Honolulu, June 1, 1888. 05 3t
Just received a line of
Eastern Fireworks !
JLaitcsL Novel ilc.
The above ate ot tbh year's manufacture
aud from the leading factories
r f tho East.
G, W. MACFARLANE.
FOR SAN FRANGISOO,
Tho well-known and favorite AlBark
Cousin, : : MiSTEn.
Will leave for the abovo port
On or about the 19th instant,
JSTFor freight, or passugo having
SuPBition Cabin and SrKKiuaii Accoiij
uodatiohs, apply at the office of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
NEW GOODS !
The undersigned call the attention of
tho public to
New Lines of G-oods
Just received ex late arrival?,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Bun Ball GooitH, Novels,
Bound Story Books
A, complete line, of
Plain and Fancy Stationery !
Together with cverythlnc to be found in
a well-appointed stationery store.
INSPECTION IS INVITED-n
A. M. HEWETT,
05 Merchant Street.
Hill of JUNE, 1888.
-On Juno 11th-
Hart k Co., of tie "Elite,"
Have secured the privilege to serve
First-class Lunches and Refreshments
At the GRAND STAND, in Kapio.
About your Lunelle? and Refreshments
for the 1 lili, but leave your
Hart & Co., of the " Elite,"
And you'll have everything delivered
of First Class Style at your
04 private sUntl. 2t
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
WILL be closed during tho months
of July and August. 04 1w
A MAM of irreproachable character
and habit-, who is well acquainted
with tho residents an l localities of the
city, unJ willing to accept a moderate
balury tofccure a dcblraLle and pcrrna.
nent opening may address Post office
Box No. 351, with references, staling
age, experience and sa'ary required.
None other notice'd. fi4 8t
WILL be received at the office of
Wilder & Co. for the addition to
the Armorv, on Beretania s rcet, until
TUESDAY, Juno 12th, at 13 o'clock
noon. Plans and specification may be
seen at the same place.
H. F. HEBBARD,
E. F. BISHOP,
04 8t Armory Committee.
7 ACHES of lind fenced.
Good for gardon, rice or
cuttle feed abundantly Bup.
plied with water, next'Puna.
hou, Honolulu. Apply to
O. T. OULICK,
rpo LET (on account of
JL departure;, a residence,
with six rooms, closets, pantry,
kitchen, stables, etc., on a nice lot, near
Punahou, Honolulu. Moat moderate
rental, to a yearly tenant. Water in.
eluded. Apply to
O. T. GULIOK,
04 lw Merchant street.
SHIPPERS of Freight by
tho Btenmer " W. G.
Hull " arc hereby notified,
Unit no freight will be received after 8
o'clock A ii.on the day of nalllnc
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1838
COTTAGE, at Creigsldo,
Nuuanu Valley, con.
tainlng six rooms, with out
buildings, (tables and every conveni.
ence. Address, "COTTAGE," Bulletin
office. 63 lw
SITUATION as driver, in a private
family. Thoroughly understands
horses, etc. Reference given
tO "A. 11. U.," UDIXKTW OIIICC
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. O. AOUI.
Honolulu, April t, 1888. V'. tf
ONLY READABLE PA
IR In the Kinedom-"Tho
X PER In
Dally Bulletin," 00 cents per month,
On tho above dato will bo
W. 3. Gilbert's 3-Act Comedy,
w jsnsG-jt-A icjy 1 '
Tho cast will Include Ihe following
ladles and gentlemen:
Mist Rernicc Parke, Mist Rose Mnkeo,
Miss Jauo Hare, Miss Annlu
Walker, MIbi lllnnlo
Mr. F. P. Eastlngi, Mr. E. F. Bishop,
Mr. J. F. Urown, Mr. W. M.
PRICES OP ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Bos plan for reserved scats open at
the office of J. E. Brown & Co , Mer
chant street, on Thursday, at 10 a. m.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
On Monday Eiening, Jnne 11, 1888,
At 8 o'clock, by lhu
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB.
Features entirely new. Boxing and
Sparring by both local and ship favo
rites. VTrct-tling, Srrlt-comic tiongs and
Clog und Jig Dancing.
Programme Fart I.
The Performance il commence wl'h
1 Light Wtijht Set-to between Mcrsra.
2 Doublo doug and Dance by Messrs.
Cain & Cannon.
3 Middle "Weight Set to bet. Mcssra.
Brennan & Sweeney.
4 Lancadtert-htrc Clot; and Breakdown
by Mr. Steve Fitzfiibbon.
5 LlRla Y eight Boxing Match between
Messrs. Leonard & Hley.
-Intermission tf 15 minutei-
Muslc by the Hawaiian Band Orchestra
Will commence with
1 HcaTy Weight Boxing Uatch bet.
Messrs. Snoeny A Deery.
2 Planutiun Soag a id Dancluc by tha
renowned and siUe-splllting expo.
nent of negro character,
3 Middlo Weight Boxiag Match bat.
Messrs Powell Brennan.
4 Ce-llir.and.tl bow WrenllB? Match
let. Messis. Leonard & Ilaley.
The Performance Mill conclude with
5 Six-Round Glove Contest between
Mciih. Pat Ityan, of Honolulu,
and Pat Deery, of "Van-
Admission, : : 50c, 75c. & SI.
Box plan now opened for aala rf rr
nerved seats at J. JC. Brown A Co.V,
Menhant street. 05 It
OPERA HOUSE I
Washington Irving Bishop.
In aid of the British Benevolent Society,
the Aincricin Benevolent Society
und the LUiuokulani Educa
May Evening, ffiiM.
, A few Boats only are still available.
To avoid disappointment early applica.
tion will be necesarv
03 Gt J. E BROWN & CO.
At Less than Auction Prices 1
Prlvalo Sale ol Household Goods.
PUOP. Van Slyke, of O lhu College,
l'unabou, offers for sale (on ac
count of departure), at very low prices
a few choice articles of furniture, in
cluding two large handsome Easels, a
B. W. Secretary and Bookcase, com
binedjaB. W. velvet-upholstered Easy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, several
10-feet Cornlco Poles with flxtuics, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very little
ucd), a Bed, boring and Hair Mattress, a
very nice aud handy B. W. Music Back,
several small Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &c. Also, a young llrst.
class HorBc, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brake (nearly an good as new),
and a Single Harness, 1 Lid lea' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Baddle. These articles can
be examined and purchnstd at anv time
beforo June 27th. 03 2w
IN LARGE VARIETY !
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
tyPrices lists furnished on applica
tion. Of lm
MR. M. N. Saunders has full power
of nltornty to act for me in all
matters of business during my absence
from the Kingdom.
00 lw A. MORGAN.
HIS Ex..T. 0. Domlnia is authorized
to tram act my private business
during my absence from tho Kincdom.
60 lw J. H. BROWN,
Sale of Liquors
ByorlirofW P. Allen and A J Out.
vtiigln, A'Mgnu of tho Kstato
ot F Brown, 1 will tell
at I ubllc Auction,
On THURSDAY, June 14, 1888,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. J!..
At the Mot i of Drown & Cu , Merchant
strict, a General Assort
Ales, Wines ai Silts,
Gins, in red,.green and blue cs.
Stallion, Key nnd other brands, in
Gins, in Bulk !
Scotch, Irish and Amerlraa
In Bulk and Cases,
All- finalities of BRANDIES 1
In Bulk nnd Bottles,
Sherry and port Wines I
In Bulk and Bottles,
Madeira nnd Malaga AVinca,
In Bulk. A large Assortment of
In Cases. A variety of flno
White and Red BURGUNDY !
An Assortment of Liqueurs, Chas.
Farre, Goulet and other
ClaniBapeJtc., Etc., Etc.
8rThc Liquois will be sold in bond
ami duty paid, nnd comprise a general
assortment of the regular clas and
kinds kept for sale.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
Landlord's Hotice of Sale of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS, Kconi (k), of Honolulu,
has made default in the payment
of rent of certain premises situ iu don
Smith street, in snid Honolulu, and has
allowed ihe same to become in arrears,
and whereas tha undersigned has dis
trained the gooUs and chattels of eaid
Keoni (k) to satisfy such arrears: Notice
is he eby givtn that raid goods and
chattels, to wit: 1 cirrlage, will be Bold
at public auction at the Salesroom of
J. F. Honran. auctioneer, ou Queen
street, in (aid Honolulu,
On Saturday, June 23, '88,
AT 13 O'CLOCK MOOS,
Dft'erl Honolulu, June C, 18S8 ( 2 liit
The Agents of the
Oceanic S. S. Com'y
Have arranged for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing to visit
the Convention of the
Held in San Francisco,
July 1 fth to SOtli.
Rojnd trip ticket) from Honolulu to
San Francisco and return:
Which includes the initiation or mem.
bership fee and all the privileges
of the Association.
8QTFor further particulars apply to
W. G. IRWIN & CO.,
69 Agen's, 0. 8. 8. Co. tf
Parlies wishing to
Refreshment Stands !
In Kapiolani Park, will apply to
Walter M. Giffard,
At the office f Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
A. S. OLEGHORN,
President, Kapiolani Park Assooia.
"on- 61 tf
ALL amounts due tho firm of Brown
, rr & Fl' ,no sP,lts Merchants,
of Honolulu, that wero contracted pre.
vious to the 30th day of March last, if
not settled before the Oth day of June
next, will bo placed In tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
suo for, and recover at once.
A. J. CARTWltlOHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees ot Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 168?. 48 lm
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island subscription, Hi per annum.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
NOTICE Is hctcby given that tho final
entile fur ttic UawnlluiiDcihy,
fi mile dash for 8-veor old. Hatha f
bred, to be rnn under tho uuaplce ot -th
Hawaiian Jockey Club on tho lltb.
of June, t889, will bv cloud ou the 80th
of Juno, 1SSS.
Aleo, that nomination for the follow
tngracisnuutbohandid to thuBtcie
taiy, accompanied with entrance fee,
on orbefoia the 80th of Juno, 1888:
"Hawaiian Deiby," lSOtifoa a of
18S8 Swcemlaki sol 8C0 added. To bo
ilhidcd as the Club mny direct ? mile
dtrsh for 2-year olds, n.ilUe bred, 910
to hep tid on uonilnatlou, nnl 81Con
orbefoic the 30th ol June, 1889, foifuit
unless filled by payment of tho rciuulu
inc $25 on or before June 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockey lab Cup," for
1S89 Sweepstakes of $25 added. 1 mile
dash for U-ycar olds, native bred, 810 to
bo paid on nomination, foifcit unless
tilled by payment of remaining 815 on
or oeiore June l, iuhu.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of $C0 added. To bo
divided as tho Club tuny direct. 1 mllo
dash for 3-ycar ol Is, native bred, foals
of 1887, 810 to bo paid on nomination,
and 815 on or before tho 30th of June,
1889, forfeit unless tilled by payment of
tho lcmaluiuir, 825 ou or before Juno ,
"Hawaiian Jockcv Club Cup," for
1891 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
be divided as the Club may direct. 1
mile dah for 3-year olds, native hied,
foals of 1888, 810 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 315 on or bcfoic Junu 30, 1889,
and 825 ou or beforo June 30, 1890, for
feit unless filled by payment of the re
inalnlnc 850 on or beforo June 1, 1891.
KaT" Entries made after above dates
must' pay double.
C. O. BERGEn,
Secretary, Haw. Jockey Club.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
MONDAY, Jin 11, 1888
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
Ist-QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
RUNNING RACE J Mile Dah.
Free for all.
2nd-HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 addod.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd-KING'S PLATE, $7.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Uawalian bred horses only to
harness Mile pleats, best 2 in .
4IH-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE,' $100.
RUNNING RACE 1J Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one starts to ,
beat 2 :C0.
5th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE,, $150.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mllo Heats, best 3 in 5. JFrce for
all. All horses having a record of
2:30 or better to go to wagon.
6lh-H0N0LULU PLATE, $75. " A
RUNNING RACE Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian,
bred horses only. sr
7th-P.0SITA CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat, the le
coid of "Angle A," 1:45J. To bo
nin for annually.
8lh-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND-CUP added.
RUNNING RACE-J Mllo Heats,
best 2 iu 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
. Cup to become tho piopeuy of tha
winner two consecutive years.
Olh-JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SweepstakksJop 823 TROTTING
and PACING RACE Mile Heats,
best 2 in 3. Free for all hoi-ses that
have not a record of 3 minutes or
better to be driven In Frazler road
carta ny members of tbo Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PURSE, $75.
RUNNING RAOE-J Mile Dash.
Free? for all.
IHH-POnY RACE, $75.
Open to all ponies 14-hands
under, and 3-year old or over.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on WEDNESDAY, June Cth, 1888, at
the ofllco of tho Secretary, and all en
trance fees to be 10 per cent, unless
otherwise specified. All races to be
run or trotted under the rules of tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
t&T Rules regarding entries and
stinting are suspended in races against
Admission.. ....; 50 cents each
'lo Grand Stand, extra.. 50 cents and 81
Carriages inside of Course... 82 50 each
Quaiter Stretch Badges 85 00 each
C. O. BERGER,
Secretary, H. J, O.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladles' and Chlldrens
And a full line of-
Sateens, All Colors,
FOIl HALE AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
M No. 10 Store. 2vr
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