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QFEMNti UF MMULU'S ICING SEASON EBIIIGS CROWD 10 KilPIOUIII Pffii TO-DAY TWELVE Lift EVtlllS WILL GREET THE THRONG IN H0.10R OF KAMEHhMEriA sr:4;4rK:?iJ4','4:!!':,:,K''r'''. !;vkssw;v;!;w:t;v;sj PERTINENT POINTERS. U "At midnight 'It looked tills way" U First Race Venus. U Second Hace Directress. U Third Hace Aliul Munu. fi Fourth Ilaco Leahl. fj Klftli Hace Antidote. U w Sixth Hace Irish Lnssle. fi Seventh Hace Cornwell's atnhlc U Eighth Hace No entries. ft Ninth Race Aggravation. ,' Tenth Ruco Weller. Consolation Hace Evcreth. Pertinent pointers from Saturday's Advertiser. First Hace Mnples. Second Race Sir CaBlmli. Third Race Vlorle. Fourth Race Albert M. Fifth Race Amarlno. , Sixth Race Weller. Of the aliove selections, Maples, Sir Caslmlr, Albert II, and Amarlno won and the other two ran good seconds. Concerning the unnamed winners on Saturday the Advertiser said: "The erratic Garterllne may show her true form and make a runaway race of the third," and "Aggravation will probably be better suited by a longer distance than half a mile." There was considerable Bpuculatlon about town last night on today's races and money told the following tale: Vlorls was a shade better liked than Venus In the first race, but both were well backed. Directress alone was mentioned In connection with tho second. Ahul Manu was heavily backed for the third, but tho Held was cageriy matched up, In certain quarters. Leahl stood unopposed for the fourth. Antidote was as good as 2 1-2 to 1 for the fifth. Irish Lassie had the call In the sixth but Violin was almost as well thought or. Cornw ell's stable uns sought after In the seventh. Venus opened favorite for the ninth at as good ns 7 to 5; with Prince David's stable second In demand and Aggravation, the outsider. The betting switched completely however and closed with Zollinger's mare a pronounced first choice, Venus second pick and the stable practically neglected. General Cronje was the chief medium of business In the tenth, with Weller selling nt two to one, and Antidote nt 3's. Later Weller was forced by public demand to the position of favorite, Antidote finishing n well-backed second choice, and the General bringing up the flnanclnl rear. KAPIOLANI PARK WAS A GAY SCENE Now Ur.iud Stand ot tho II a Waiian Jocke' Club Af- lords Kino View. Kaplolanl Park was a gay scene Saturday. Honolulu's first taste of racing for many months brought out un enthusiastic crowd which though not very large made up for lack ot numbers by an Intense enjoyment of the sport offered. The Hawaiian Jockey Club under the management ,of which the races wero conducted, had everything In good order. The accommodations wero excel lent; a brand-new grand stand gave a perfect view of the horses and excellent order was maintained. Tlils will be the big day of the year In racing circles. All over Hawaii Interest Is centered In tho events of the Kamehameha celebration. At 10 o'clock sharp this morning John Ouderklrk and Sam Parker, Jr., the starters will unfurl the flag for the pedestrian contest that opens the ball, The following are the officials of the Jockey Club whose skill and energy have made the meeting a success: W, G. Irwin, president; W. II. Corn-well, vice-president; G. P. Wilder, treasurer; Paul II. Isenberg, secretary. Dlrectois C. J. McCarthy, Clurenco L. Crabbe, Prince David Kawnnanakoa, Reception Committee II. Focke, Dr. M. K. Grossman, C. J. Folk. Judges A. N. Tripp, C. J. Cluney, W. B. Withers. Clork T. V. King, Starter John Ouderklrk, H. Parker, Jr Assistant. Timers L. Marks, L. II, A. Hart, J. L. Torbvrt. Clerk of Course T, P. Saddling Paddock Fred Harrl- MOW THEY RAN ON SATURDAY Seven Events That Tested the Talent and Mado tho I'eoplo Want More of Such. The local luclng season was inaugur ated on Saturday under the most favor able conditions and with the eclat lent by good horses anil n liillllant gathering. The proceedings commenced with a mile bicycle handicap, which was won In the easiest possible manner In the slow time of 2:41, by Ruby Dexter, who evidently still retains some of the form which enabled him to sweep the board a year or so ago on .Nuw xcaianu tracks. ne racing ptoper stalled with a half mile affair for maidens, tr. Posey's good (Illy, Ahul Manu, who, by the way, is leased to Clarence Macfarlane for the present season, was a hot favorite on the strength of stories of phenomenal speed shown In a work-out. Anul Mnnu's chances were extinguished by a series of at the post, In which shfe was tho principal su.ferer and Allegro the main offender, running a full quarter of a mile before the Mag finally fell. When at last they did get away the favorite showed prominently for a time, but was beaten easily by tho "dark" Naples. Venus llattored her supporters In the second race, a half mile dash, until reaching the head of the stretch, when she appeared to quit, and finally succumbed to Prince David's Sir Caslmlr by an open length. Vlorls and Garterllno were tho contenders In tho third race and the former being on her best behavior, made every post a winning one, and landed the coin In hollow fashion. Fred Krns was favorite for the fourth number on the program, the trotting and pacing, though Albert M. carried a lot of money on account of an eleventh-hour tip In his favor. Bros ran disappointingly and "dogged" It at tho finish, allowing Albert M. to take the race In two stialght heats. Amarlno nnd Antidote were tho only ones to face the starter In tho fifth, a live furlongs dash. Amarlno ruled a pronounced favorite until shortly before the race, when tho bsttlng switched nnd tho wise ones tumbled over each other to get on Antidote. Antidote got nway In front, but the bay soon overhauled him. Antidote came again a quarter of a mile from home, but could not pass Amarlno, who got the best of a driving finish by n neck. Aggravation, who had previously run third In the opening event, was pulled out ngnln for the sixth race, a mile dash. She took the lead before the first quarter had been traversed, kept It all the wny, and romped home In 1:47 from the fast coming Weller. ... SUMMARY OF THF DAY'S HAPPEP INGS The Actual Figures of tho Races From an Expert's Point of Vl9W. One mile bicycle race, prize, Steiling bicycle, prebented by C. J. McCarthy. It. A. Dexter, scratch, 1. J. F. Sllva, scratch, 2. Kmll Ulbrccht, scratch, 3. incent F. Sllva, CO yds., 0. Time, 2:41. The race was an unmitigated loaf until a quarter of a mile from home, when a general spurt was Indulged In. Tho winner toyed with his friends and passed under the wlro four lengths ahead of "Manoa" Sllva. No. 1. a-our furlongs; for all horses that have never won n race; purse, $100. Maples. 117 lbs. (G. Thomson) 1 Ahul Manu, 106 lbs. (J. Logue) 2 Aggravation, 110 lbs (Kaena) 3 Allegro, 117 lbs. (Joe McAullffo....Left Time 40 1-C, Fair start. Won by two lengths; same distance between second and third. Winner, J. R. Wilson's b, m by Manu killed, nt the post, throw her raco out. Mnples a sapient maiden. Not far enough for Aggravation, Allegro's boy admiring scenery when (lag fell. No. 2. One half mllo das.li; purse, $!S0. Sir Cusslmlf, 122 lbs. (Nichols) 1 Venus, 119 lbs. (J. Logue)..., 2 Time 43V4. Good stnr. Won by half n .ength, driving. Winner, Prlnco nnd Sam Parkor's lir. s, by Exile-Nettle's Last. Winner a good horse nt aurterliue left her temper In her stall today No, 4, -Merchants' Purse trotting four furlongs. Venus quit and can do belter. No. 3. Five fill longs; purse, $200. Oaiterllne, 117 mi. (J. Logue) 1 Vlorls, 117 lbs. (C. Richardson) 2 Flnmeief, U7 (James McAullffc).... 0 Time -1:02. Good start. Won by two lengths. Winner, W. II. Cornwall's 1. in. by Golden Vlorls ran sourly. Flameref no present nccount. and pacing, best 2 In 3: "-minute class; purse, JIM. Albert M. (J. Gibson) 1 1 Fiod Eros (MuMnntls) z - Time 2:20',i. 2:3V&. Both heats won aslly. Winner, s. g. by Illustrious lain by Altnont. Eros broke badly In the filial eighth of each heat. iio. r.. Five furlongs; Hawaiian bred; puise, $150. Amarlno, 121 lbs. (Kaena) 1 Antidote, 121 lbs. (Jas. McAulliTe).... 2 Time 1:00. Good start. Won by a neck; both diivlug. Winner, Robert nallentyne's b. g. by lloth rheumatic "crabs" of little account. If Antidote had a little more inline blood In him he'd bar; he will Jo belleif over a distance. The race had rough edges to It. Antidote got a rusty-looking ride. No. G. One mile; purse, $200. Aggravation, a, 121 lbs. (Vlaena) 1 Weller, 4, 122 lbs. (C. Richardson).... 2 Evereth, 5, 123 lbs. (G. Thomas) 3 Time 1:47. Good start. Won easily by two lengths, all driving;. Winner, Thomas Holllnger's bay mare, by Imp. Tho winner was well ilddcn and looks like a nailing good one. Weller ran sorely. Bvcreth is no flyer TUB ROS1TA CUP A lla.Mli of white, tho flag has fallen, In n bunch the eighth Is past Venus, Weller, then Vlorls; lying last, At the half the Cornwell colors In tho vanguard bravely show-Can tho good maro stand the racket With four furlongs full to go? Ah! She's shot her bolt; threo quarters, Sees game Vlorls In front, Welter's third and Aggravation Now Is Joining In the hunt. Down tho stretch they race together; llorkl The grand stand's deafening din; inus!" "Weller!" "Aggravation!" Aggravation tickets win. -- DIARRHOEA AT SANTIAGO. Charles II. Marks, while acting In tho capacity of nurso at the Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army Corp3 at Santiago do Cuba, used a few bottles of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea and found It to work Hko a charm. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd., Agents for Hawaiian Islands. FINE STRUCTURE 10 BE HOTEL Hi LING - & mi :iu ifis d s o fiwteMM s p wmm h r !g mm MHm n TOJS. rai&oEUsUc JO MEM wm?mmsmm'smmm "---- tba ua. in -' NEW OiilOERi CH03EN. Hawaiian Hoard of Missions lie organizes for tho Year. Friday evening at the Hoard rooms on IJeretanla stiect the Hawaiian Hoard of Missions effected a reorganization and elected officers for the ensuing year. J. II. Alherton was chosen president and the other o Ulcers were as follows: Henry Waterhouse, vice-president; O. P. Emerson, corresponding secretary; Rev. J. Lcadlngham, recording secretary;-W. W. Hall, treasurer; F. J. Lowrey, auditor. Some changes were made in the standing committees, the newly chosen committee chairmen being as follows: Foreign Missions H. Bingham, D. D.; Home Mission, S. E. Bishop, D. D.; Publication, W. D. Alexander, F. R. G. S.; Education, Walter F. Frear; Finance, W. W. Hall; "Morning Star," P. C. Jones; Appropriations, J. B. Ather-ton. The personnel of the committee on education was considerably' changed, the newly chosen members of that committee being J. Lydgate, W. R. Castle and AV. D. Westervelt. THE ENTLRE BLOCK. Pacific Hardware Co. Changes Announced. The business of the Pacific Hardware Company will shortly bo extended. The company has secured a lease of the whole of the Cummins block: at the corner of Fort arid Merchant streets and tho establishment Is to extend to the corner. This means that Roth the tailor will have to move, at6 Kruger the Jeweller, Col. Will E. Flaher the real estate agent, an express company and the parlors of a tonsorlal artist. The company's general office will be moved to a room back of Roth's, the main building being given over entirely to goods. As soon as those who have to move can find new locations, the above changes will be made. Tho Roth house and the company's main store are to be connected by an archway. It will take about six weeks to change things. -. Will Mako a Pump. The Honolulu Iron Works has been awarded the contract for furnishing the high lift pump for the Beretanla street water works. The Iron Works VIM manufacture the pump, Importing patented movements. The contract calls for the pumps In live mouths. ERECTED BY ALEXANDER STREETS ON M'GREW HI'KCIAL IiKmt,ATUlie PrMHtfeht Dole laid yeMtfday that I, ! wmMritrlnif (lie nwemuty of hillMt n Mieclsl H'Mlon of the He Mid Mint he una not enroll! Hint mrli u cull would be Issued, but thit iri'fiiriitlon mere bolnjr made to exiwdlte tho matter If the necessity became apparent. "There arc several tilings that stem to urge the early meeting of such a body," itnld President Dole yusletdny. "Among thern are the enactment of unnltary laws. The Hoard of Health Is limited by Its position and assumes that It cannot go beyond limits In this diiectlon. The Board has done all that Is within Its Jurisdiction, but certain building and regulations have still to be attended to. The losses In Chinatown can only be handled by the Legislature. The Iomts In the sanitary fires want relief nnd it seems that In Justice to them this relief should not be delayed too long. "The Legislature If called, will undoubtedly net on appointments of officials made by me. I nm considering these appointments now nnd will probably announce the bulk of them before June 14." IK. mi miMM.UI.U. timtlicr HcpmT on Dimii's lvidiw I'll!-. 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You should get the same medicine which helped Mr. Cahlll. Seo that the full name DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS is on tho wrapper and any Imitation. Doan's Baokacho Kldne.' Pills are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at CO cents per box, six boxes $2.50, or will bo mailed on receipt of price by ho Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu, wholesale agents for tho Hawaiian Islands. ... RUMORED DEATH. NEW YORK, May 31.-A cable to the Sun from Manila, dated May 31, S:40 p. m., says: Major Peyton C. March of the Thirty-third Volunteer Infantry, who has been pursuing Agulnaldo, has successfully crossed the mountains of Northern Luzon and Is now at Aparrl. Ho reports coming up with tho supposed body guard of Agulnaldo north of Cogayan valley. During the fight which followed It was seen that an Insurgent omcer. was shot from off his horse. He was rescued by his comrades, but his horse and saddle bags wero captured. Tho saddle bags contained Agulnaldo's personal papers. The next day an outpost of the Forty-ninth Volunteer Infantry (colored) reported that a raft, containing a body with two soldiers guarding It, had floated down the Cagayan river, but that tho swift current had prevented Its capture. It Is thought possible that the officer shot was Agulnaldo and that It was his body which tho soldiers wero guarding. An insurgent Lieutenant and eleven nrmed rebels surrendered to the Twelfth Infantry yesterday. Sixteen mon of the Forty-eighth Volunteer Infantry yesterday captured tho Governor of Benguet. He Is an Influential rebel agitator and has been a fugitive for some time. MANILA, May 31. A number of rllles have been surrendered at Cuynpo and more are expected. Generals Grunt and Funston liavo detachments In pursuit of tho Insurgents who rushed the town of San Miguel do Mayomo, near here, Tuesday, killing five Americans, wounding seven nnd capturing Captain Roberts of the Twenty-third Infantry and two enlisted men. John 10. Bush Is to be the interpreter at the Maul term of the Circuit Court at Walluku, while H. H. Case will be the official stenographer. YOUNG BETWEEN AND ARLINGTON PROPERTY rtrrrTtf San Francisco Chronicle of Ma IR commenting on the proposed Alexander Young building from Hotel to King Tlin taking In the McHrow and Arlington Hotel property, sas: HS "In the troplo city of Honolulu, capital of tho Insular American Territory of Hawaii, a monumental structure. Is about to rise without Its peer on tho Pacific outside of Ban Francisco. Tho chaiuro In political and social conditions which It mark Ir great. Any community In tho ICuropeun portions of tho civilized world would bo proud of a building which may Jiihtly be tunned a monument to tho policy of American expansion as it found expression In tho annexation of tho Hawaiian Islands. Hut for t hut event In the history of this Nation nnd of the Hawaiian Republic, no construction comparable In dimensions, material and magnificence would have been projected and executed 4u the Islands. Its owner will bo Alexander Young, who took a prominent part In tho movements which resulted In tho overthrow of the royal government and the tlrBt and nborttvo offer of tho annexation of tho Hawaiian group to tho United States. "The Alexander Young bulld'ug wilt bo located In the heart of Honolulu, where Its mugnltudo and architectural beauty will throw In somborest shade tho largest and finest edifices, public and private alike. It Is to face tho Arl'ngton property an a new street, which will ba called IllBhop street In honor of the owner of the adjoining land, and will extend from King to Hotel street, between Fort and Alakea streets. Thus It will present Its magnificent facade of 4C0 fret to view, a longer frontage. It may bo stated, by forty-eight feet, than the Emporium building In this city. Its depth will bo Irregular, but tho general dimension will be 1M feet. In character the Alexander Young building will be composite, Tho ground Moor will bo dovoted to fifteen or twenty stores. Tho main body and the right wing, as shown In the lllus. tratlon, will bo arranged for offices, while In the left wing will be a hotel and a cafe-restaurant with a roof garden above tho s'xth story, tho latter protected by covering from the zenith rays of the ardent tropical sun. "Tho construction Is. to bo of Iron and steel, thoroughly fireproof, while tho walls will probably bo n stone frpm tho Island. There will be two entrances to tho building, that shown on the right leading to the elevators of the' office portion, and that on the left to the hotel nnd cafe-restaurant. Hint are nlso to be provided with these means of ascension. In keeping with the rllmnto of Honolulu, the ceilings are to bo high, tho offices and apartments large nnd the hallways wide, so as to obtuln natural ventilation, although, In nddlt'on. a ventilation plant will bo provided. The coat of such a structure will bo very large, but this Is a matter which tho owner desires to keep to himself, Alexander Young was formerly u resident of Oakland, and, naturallv, when lin determined to erect this monumental structure, he selected as the urchltect O. W. Percy, with whoso work ho was thoroughly familiar." The ortlcle olso contained tho following sentence: "Where In the memory of men still living, savagery reigned and cannibalism nourished " Mr. Young, whn seen, stnted that It was tho height of absurdity for a San Francisco reporter to write In such terms of the Hawaiian Inlands. "It Is proven that the Hawatlans are not and never were cannibals and liken them to s.ivagos Is most Incomprehensible to my mind," said Mr. Young, "It Is about time our fellow-citizens on the Mainland had some better knowledge of Hawaii, Itu people and former customs." f. , , A , j J fl 1 mi 1MI1 it A Blue Flame Wick-less Oil Stove, A Refrigerator, An Ice Cream Freezer A Water Cooler. See them In the large window display. The blue flame stove Is In operation and runs from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m. without jny attention. The fuel costs one cent pr hour per burner. JS'O SMOKE, !NO SAIICLL, HO J)ANGtCK. . w. DIMOND & CO., LIMITED mprnrters of Cro :kery, Ghss and House Furnisning Goods. Sole Agents for IEWEL STOVES, STANDARD AND PURITAN BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVES, PRIMUS STOVES. GUHNEY CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS, DOUBLE-COATED GRANITE IRONWARE. Only the highest frade or RED RUBBER Ib used In the Stamps mado by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 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