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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1886.
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Meeting ofthe Trustee of (lie Queen
A special meeting of the Hoard of Trus
tees of the above institution was held
yesterday morning at half-past 9 o'clock,
in the rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce, on Merchant street. The meet
ing was called for the purpose of decid
ing the question of the transfer of certain
Hawaiian antiquities and curiosities left
to the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital,
under provision of the will of Her late
Majesty the Dowager Queen Emma.
The transfer proposed is to be made to
the Hon. Charles R. liishop, who pro
poses to establish a national museum.
Mr. Kunuiakea, one of the heirs to the
estate of Her Majesty the late Dowager
Queen Ftnma, and a part claimant
of the curiosities, has offered to transfer
his interest in them to the Hon. Mr.
BUhop, provided the Trustees of the
Queen's Hospital will do the same.
In consideration of these facts, the
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital de
cided, at the meeting yesterday, that
they would make such transfer to the
Hon. Mr. Bishop, for the purposes men
tioned, on the condition that all the Ha
waiian antiquities and relics left by the
late Hon. Mrs. Bernice Pauahi Bishop
be likewise transferred to the museum.
A JSrave I'olJeeman.
Yesterday evening, shortly after 5
o'clock, Policeman No. 2G, Mr. Puaa
hiwa, performed a brave action on Fort
street, and probably averted a disaster.
The circumstances were as follows: Mr.
George M. Raupp, of the Germania
Market, was getting into his brake in
front of his shop, when his horse sud
denly started on a dead run down Fort
street without his driver. The street at
the time was filled with hacks and bug
gies, some of them containing women
and children returning home. Police
man Puaahiwa, who was coming up Fort
street from King, saw the horse coming,
ran into the middle of the street near
Henry May & Co.'s store, and at the
risk of his own life caught the frightened
horse by the bit and succeeded in stop
ing him after being dragged some dis
tance. Mr. Puaahiwa received the full
force of the collision on his body, though
fortunately he escaped with a few severe
Tour of Itatiai.
Her Excellency L. Lanihau, Governess
of the Island of Kauai, is engaged in
making an official tour of that Island.
Last Saturday Her Excellency was at
Hanalei, where she was appropriately
received and entertained at a grand
luau given by the residents of that
place. The Captain and officers of the
steamer James Makee were present.
After the luau an enjoyable concert was
given. This week Her Excellency will
visit Wainiha, and it is understood that
the residents there will also entertain
Her ExceTlency with a luau. The Gov
ernessjf Kauai has been most enthusi
astically received by the people of the
Island wherever she has stopped.
The Steam Lauudrj to be Sola.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will sell,
on the 25th of this month, the Honolulu
Steam Laundry, by order of "W. C.
Parke, assignee of the bankrupt estate of
J. F. McLaughlin. The lease of the
property upon which the laundry stands
is for ten years, from February 1, 18S6.
The laundry is in good working order,
and can be examined at any time be
fore the sale takes place. A schedule
and other particulars are published in
STEAM BOOK AND JOB
f s prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial & Legal Work
CORRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH.
Having just Received a Complete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Experienced
and Tasty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
Kills Ol IHtfHK,
.Miipnlus Con tracts,
(In Hawaiian fc EnglUh
And in fact everything which a first-class
office can do-
X-I. K. Mclntyre & 13ro.,
IMPORTERS AN') IF.ALKRW IN
Groceriesj Provisions and Feed-
EAST lOKNER FORT ANT KING STREETS.
New Oooda received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe, jresh California
Produce by eery steamer. All orders fultbf oily attended to. and Goods delivered to any prt of the
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction (nir.ran:eed. Poioilice Box No. 15
Telephone No. 92. T6apl"
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill t'vrt Street. Irniorters and Dealer in
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
By every steamer from California, anil always on hand, a full anil complete line of
I3rovis oris, Etc- Etc.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box No. 297.
"EUREKA," "PAUAG0X" AND "RED CROSS
Cotton Rubber Lined
Rubber Hose, Hose t arts, II. and I Trucks and Fire Department supplies generally. Square Flax
Packing, Rubber Packing, etc., etc. Send for circulars and prices.
W. T. Y. SCHENCK,
5tlfet'V!:j 87; San Francisco, Ckl.
36 California street.
We G. Irwin & Co
OJTFEIl FOR SALE
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO,
" naif Barrels,
A nd 30-pound Muxes.
In Half Barreis
And 25-pound Boxes.
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN C. (COFFEE;
In Half Barrels
And .'iC-pouinl Union.
Case Corned Beef
FAMILY '.In quarter sacks),
BAKER'S EXTRA (li half sackai.
Cs Medium Dread.
' Lubricating Oils.
Lime and Cement.
Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makviia, Mahu
tfona, K awaibae Laupnboeliue. liilo and Keaubou:
Commencing on MONDAY'. July 26, 18S8, and
on every alternate Monday at 4 p. m., the Kinuu
will make the VOLCANO TRIP, reaching Keau
bou on Wednesday morning, where horses and
carriages are in wuiting to convey passengers to
the VOLCANO HOUSE (five miles in the saddle
and nine miles by carriage).
Passengers by this route will have two days
and two nights at the VOLCANO HOUSE.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUN O TRIP TO THE
VOLCANO, FIFTY DOLLARS, WHICH PAYS
The Kinau will arrive In Honolulu Sunday
mornings on Volcano trips. On H;lo trips, will
leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday
PASSENGER TRAINS will connect with the
Kinau at Mahukona
The Kinau WILL TOCCH at Honokaia and
Paauhau on down trips from Hilo for Passengers
if a signal is made from the shore.
Leaves Honolulu every Monday at 5 p. M. lor
KbUiiakakui, Kahul, uiHuelo. Hana and
Kipahulu. every week: Keanae, Mnkulau and Nuu
every other week. Returning, will stop at the
above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings.
For mails and passengers only.
STEAMER KILAUEA HOD,
Will leave regularly for Lahainn, Paauhau, Ko
holaleie, Ookala, Kukalau, Honohina, Lanpauoe
hoe, Hakalaii and Onomea
Leaves for the following ports every-alternate
Monday at a p. ni.:
Commencing August 2 To 1 ana!. Kamalo, Pu
koo, Lahaina. Olowalu. Iteturnlng to Lahaina,
Pukoo, Kamalo, Lanui, arriving at Honolulu Sat
Com.nencing Augusts To Kaunakakai, Kama
lo. Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Pelekunu, Kalaupapa,
Returning to Pukoo, Lahaina, Olowalu, I-ahuina.
Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai, arriving at Hono
lulu Saturday morning.
UalvnnUed Corrugate! Iron Koofins,
6, 7 and 8-foot lengths.
BTbe Company will not be responsible for
any freight or packages unless receipted for, nor
for personal baggage uniess plainly marked. Not
responsible for money or jewelry unless placed In
charge of the Purser.
AH possible care will be taken of Live Stock, but
the Company will not assume any risk of accident.
SAM'L t. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets.
fi-ly Mar 80
INTER-IS JAN D
Steam Navigation Co.
Seed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
25 "A TENTH, (suitable for camp
ing and surveying parties.)
STEAMER V. G. HALL,
BATES Comma nde
Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maul, and Kona
and Kau, Hawaii.
Will run regularly to Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele
and Waimea, Kntiai.
; JOHN COOK, STEAMER C. R. BISHOP,
HOUSe Camenter & Iillilder, Will rim regularly to Ilamoa. JtRiii. and Kukul
11 vjiiov v 1 - haele, Honokau and Paauhau. Hawaii.
31 Alakea Street,
Will lurillWll rauijinirn mi ".: w v ,r. .v i
any description of wood buildings. i
Jobbing of all kinds done, and satisfaction !
STEAMER JAMES MAKEE,
WEIR Com ill an d er
Will run regularly to Kapaa. Kauai.
Charges as low as the lowest.
E. E. Mayhew,
CONTKACTPK AND IU'ILDKII,
86 Hotel Street. Honolulu. II I.
(Opposite Fashion Stables).
P. O. HOX 3I.". BELL TELEPHONE 03.
AH work In my line faithfully done. Plans and
specUcatlons tnede. Jobbing In all details done
at short notice. Good work and low charges Is
my motto. 3fi-i-dec3-S5
T. R. FOSTER, President.
J. Exa. Secretary. ?3-ap7-ly
:. CUR BY & BROTHER,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN SIIOT
gims. Rilies and Pistols, Colt Winchester,
Kennedy and Martin Magazine Rifles. Remlng
ton, Sharps and Ballard sporting Rifles. Agents
for W. W. Ureener. Colt, Parker and Remington
Breech-loading Double Uuns, Colt and Smith &
Wesson Pistols. N. CURRY & BRO., 113 San
some street, San Francisco Cal. S86-ly
PQiluprter anfi Manufacturer JJ
Of all Descriptions of
reorders from the other Islands solicited.
No. 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
Tlie Hi Bred Mm Sta
Will stand forjthe Season of 18SC at the Hotel Stables,
of nervice. ? .
TERMS, $50, payable at the time
SPECULATION, JR., is a black horse, 15 i hands hitrh, and weighs about 1.0GO
pounds. He has a small head, large full eyes, clean cut throttle, hatulome arched neck,
strong oblique shoulders, great depth of chest, straight, strong back, smoothly coupled
to Ions, HTnimetrically turned hip, a handsome croup, elegant flowing tail, powerfuljand
well finished quarters, Ioiik, stroug joints, short in cannon bones and pasterns, and the
best of feet. He is indeed a horse, of great beauty and rare symmetry of form ; is very
stylish iu harness, an extra fast walker, a prompt driver, disposition perfect, and last, but
not least, is very fast.
ZZZ SPECULATION, JR., was bred by E. C. Gillispie of San Francisco, Cal., and was
foaled in 1S78. He was sired by Colonel Sprtckels' celebrated trotting stallion Specula
tion ; he by Rysdyk's Uambletonian, the greatest progenitor of trotters that ever lived.
Speculation, Jr.'s, dam was sired by Easton's David Hill, the sire of Geo. Treat, record
2:25?i : also, liiack Swan, 2:28, and" a number of other fast ones. Speculation became
very noted several years since as siring the two celebrated trotters, Oakland Maid, record
2:22, and Crown Point, 2:21, two as game trotters as are often seen on a race track.
It is a fact worthy of note that the breeding of Speculation, Jr., is almost identical
with that of the great champion trotting stallion Maxey Cobb, whose record of 2:13,
made only last year, stands at the head of the list of all stallions. Maxey Cobb was by
Happy Medium, he by Old Hanibletoiiiiin, and his dam was by Prince Nebo, sou of old
Long Island Black Hawk. Speculation, Jr., by Speculation, he by Old Uambletonian, and
his dam by Easton's David Hill, who was also a son of old Black Hawk, making them
bred exactly in the same blood lines. This is a fact that should not be lost sight of by
breeders, and to say that he will sire fast hoists, when coupled with good mares, would
be superfluous, as if he should fail to do so it would bo t trictly against the law of Nature
that like produces like, or the likeness, of some ancestor.
SPECULATION, JR., in addition to his tine breeding and great individual excellence,
is a fast and game trotter himself. He lias never been trained or prepared in any man
ner, having been kept as a private roadster by.his owner, so that his speed is only purely
natural and undeveloped. He was never iu but one race, and that was last year. His
owner started him iu a matinee trot to see how he would behave in company. This was
against the p.dvice of his friends, who stated that it was dollars to a rotten egg that lie
would get the flag in his face iu short order ; but contrary to their expectations, aLd to
the surprise of everyone, he went off and beat a large field of old seasoned campaigners
with such ease, and apparently with such little effort, making a record of 2:36, that it im
mediately stamped him as being nothing short of a trotting wonder, and making it doubly
certain that, could he have had the advantage of the long continued, careful training
from day to day, week to week, month to mouth and year to year, that is given the great
turf performers, he would long ago have placed a sensational mark to his credit, perhaps
equal to th.tt of his celebrated brother in blood, Maxey Cobb, whose untimely death early
in the present year was so greatly deplored by all horsemen iu America. His owner, Mr.
Cohufield of New York City, refused if CO, 000 for him a few days before his death.
SPECULATION, JK., and Maxey Cobb are not the only horses of this famous Ham
bletoniau and Black Hawk cross that have won distinction on the turf. Some years since
there appeared at every meeting through the Grand Circuit in the East a little brown
horse named Gloster, that literally swept everything before him. He would trot around
on the extreme outside of a large field of horses the whole mile, and win with such ap
parent ease that it was plain to everyone that he had several seconds of speed in reserve
every time. At the end of the trotting season he had made a record of 2:17, won in a jog,
and had earned the title of the trotting whirlwind of the East. Shortly after this he
was suddenly taken sick with lung fever and died, and it was then that his owner, Mr.
Goldsmith, unbosomed himself concerning him, and declared that if the horse had lived
he would certainly have trotted a mile the next year iu two minutes, as there really
seemed to be no limit to his wonderful speed. The whole country was then anxious to
learn his breeding, which was as follows : By Volunteer, he by old Old Hambletonian,
dam by Stockbridge Chief, son of Old Black Hawk, being identically the same combina
tion of blood lines heretofore alluded to. A mare called Molly, by Old Black Hawk, pro
duced by Old Hambletonian the two mares, Effie Deans, 2:25H, and Lottie, 2:28.
In California we have another instance of the value of this cross in the two fast
mares, Sister, record 2:21, and Huntress, 2:28 ?4, full sisters, their sire, Admiral, being by
Volunteer, he by Hambletonian, their dam being by McCracken's Black Hawk, a son of
he old original Black Hawk. These mares have a full sister (younger) called Nona S.,
that is said to be faster than either of them, and will no doubt be driven to a fast record
soon. Their sire, Admiral, although bred to a great many fine mares of other blood, has
never produced any other trotters with records. Other instances ci-uld be cited, but these
are sufficient to establish the fact that horses possessing the blood lines of Speculation,
Jr., stand at the head of the list as producers of extreme speed.
For further particulars, apply to
MILES & HAYLEY, Proprietors.
Honolulu, September 1, 1886.
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Astronomical, Civil & Ecclesiastic'! Calend'r
FOR THE YEAR AX-
Official and Business Directory of Honolulu
Full Statistical and General Information
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make this Almanac and Directory the most useful and comprehen
sive work of the kind ever published in the Hawaiian Kingdom. It
will be found invaluable to men of business, travelers and tourists,
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THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
JInve 4-ouiiltel ami ollVr lor snle 111 following- IloilTH. via: '
1 PAIK COMPOUND STEEL POILEI.S
1 Combination Boiler, 12 ft. x 5 ft. 6 in.
1 Combination Steel Poiler, 12 ft. x 4 ft., also
1 Second-Hand Tubular Boiler, 12 ft. x 4 ft.
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1S76. GEO. AV. LINCOLN, 1386.
Draftsman. Builder and Contractor,
75 and 77 Kinp- Street,
K N T A It I, I !" II K 1 I H 7 .
Respectfully intimates to his numerous Piiticns ami tin- i:eniileutuof Honolulu mid its
vicinity, that he is prepared tosnpply DeKiim, l'l.uih, SpooififiUioim. etc., for buildings of
any kind or description at the most reasonable rates, combining
Excellence of Material, with (iooil Workmanship.
Ami 'onwtaiit mimI IeroiiRl Kiiprrvitiou.
Without, layinpr claim to more than ordinary aichheefural skill, the many MANSIONS,
VILLAS. COTTAGES and STORES around Honolulu, built and designed l.v him, inaT
speak favorably of his taste and ability, and lie is Mis to refer with pride and satisfaction
to the continued and extended patronage, and recommendation of some ot Honolulu's
best and wealthiest Citizens and Merchants.
Bell Telephone Xo. 275. Mutual Telephone Xo. :.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
LOCKS, KNOl.S, PADLOCKS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, a full lim" of
Eddv's it Jewett's Refrigerators,
Water Filters and Coolers. Ice cli. sts, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, new Pattern. Kkh' Iak
pV'nt7r,.K'r Wate-"""' ""1 Arrows, Axe, H.,e, 1 i, k ol Km k I landleN. Kn-Li, Z,
Planters' Hoph, a superior article. ut-lown Muskets, IV.wiW-r. NIm.i ami t'ais.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Manila and Sisal Rope. The latest Novelties iu Lump (;m1h. The very t.eM and seeond grade.
Kerry liros. Furniture Varnish. For sale at the lowest market rates by the
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