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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1889.
Stmr (3 It Bishop from Koolau
Htmr Kutilii from Wnlanac and Walalua
Stmr Walinnnalo f romEwa and Wnlnnao
Sttnr Iwalanl for Lalmlna and llama-
kua at 10 a ni
Scbr Lnkalor Hamnkua
Schr Mdl Wnhine for Hamakua. Hawaii
tr'clfr Josephine for Cwa
Schr LaVlnla from Ewa
Programme of the nay's Events.
RkcUtta Rowing races 8 n. ra. ;
yacht races 9 a. in.
RirE Competition Hawaiian
Rifle Association range, 9 n. in.
Balloon Ascension Punchbowl
quarries, 9 a. m., Prof. Melville.
LiTEUAur Exhkcisks Hawaiian
Opera House, .10 a. in., with oration
by Rev. E. G. Porter of Lexington,
Athletic SronTS Mnkiki rccrca
tiorr'rouncls, 1 p. m.
1 ' r Reception His Excellency Geo.
W. Merrill and Mrs." Merrill, at
home from 2 to 5 p. m., United
States Legation. ,
Babebali. Matcu Honolulu and
Stars, at -3:30 p. m., Makiki re
Bali. Hawaiian Hotel, 8 p. m.
M. D. Monsarrat, D. D. G. Sie,
assisted by J. J. Lecker, P. G., A.
Mackintosh, P. G.,M. N. Kennedy,
-P. G., and F. J. Chapman, P. G.,
yesterday evening installed the fol
lowing olllcers of Excelsior Lodge,
No. 1,TL O. O. F.:
A. M. Mellis, N. G.
S. B. Rose., V. G.
L. L. La Pierre, Secty.
J. J. Greene, Treas.
C. Kaiser, Conductor.
T. Jones, Warden.
G. P. Castle, R. S. S.
Paul Isenberg, L. S. S. "
M. N. Kennedy (P. G.), R. S.
F. Gertz, L. S. N. G.
J. J. Kelly, R. S. V. G.
J. J. Lecker (P. G.), L. S. V. G.
Geo. Johnson, I. G.
J. T. Downey, Chaplain.
PROGRAMME OF THE SPORTS.
'"Following is the programme of
the sports on the Fourth of July,
commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., at
1st rmzE. 2d prize.
50 yard race 810
100 yard race 10
100 vara race w o
Sack race 10 5
Long jump 10 5
Three standingo'umps 10 t 5
Running bases 10 ' 5
Greased pit? to the one that
F. M. Hatch,
"' ' David Dayton,
W. L. Hoppeu,
3f. " Committee on Sports.
The Hon. R. F. Bickerton, Judge
of the Supreme Court of the Ha
waiian Kingdom, was in the city
yesterday. He endorses the recent
revolution, which gave' the Island
representative government, after
the pattern of our own. The climate
is beautiful, and he never knew
wbiit it-was to be sick. Annexation
to the States, ha thinks, is in the
near future. Montreal Witness,
, a oablTWonolulu?
John T.tWaterhouse of Honolulu,
one of the passengers by the Uma
tilla, which arrived yesterday, is
said to have made the trip this time
in the interest of an enterprise to
connect America with the Sandwich
Islands by cable, and that the move
ment is backed by a large syndicate
of American and British capital.
It is stated that this company pro
poses to act at once, so that it may
head off a similar enterprise con
templated by the Canadian Govern
ment: When this matter was first
conceived, the plan was to make
Vancouver the eastern terminal of
the cable, but while the subject was
brewing the Hawaiians naturally
asked why not San Francisco in
stead of Vancouver.
The Hawaiian Government has
greater commercial interests with
the United States than with any
other American nationality and
therefore is much more disposed to
a project connecting Honolulu with
this city than any other. It is un
derstood that the enterprise will be
aided to the extent of a half a mil
lion if thorcraaining million neces
sary to do the work cau be raised
by American capitalists,
A late issue of an Hawaiian
journal on the matter says: This
matter, involves qucstipus of such
great political and financial import
ance to tills country that it may well
be made one of Governmental policy
.and backed by the country as a
;wboe without reference to party
affiliations. Let a bold front and n
liberal policy be presented and the
desired object will be 'obtained. Let
us continue our past half-hearted,
'wailiag policy and wo will continue
to get promises and cables on paper
to the end of the chapter. S, F.
10CAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Heading matter on fourth page.
i m ' -
Kino Bros, have fireworks for sale.
New Zealand onions at Gonsalvcs
Government offices closo to
morrow. The Daily Advertiser will not be
issued to-morrow morning.
The Oaliu Railway and Land Com
pany will meet on the 18th inst.
The Tramways Co. advortiso their
special scheduleof cars for tho fourth,
Bishop & Co.'s and Claus Sprock
ets & Co.'s banks closo all day of
Mil. A, Fi Cooke was discharged
from his debts before Judge Preston
Shipwrights will observe in this
paper a call for tenders for repairs to
I. J. Levey's store will bo open
for the sale of fireworks from 7 to 10
The Daily Bulletin stall will ce
lebrate the glorious fourth, therefore
no paper will be issued.
Messrs. J. W. McDonald, R. Cay
ford and C. B. Wilson's blacksmith
shops will hereafter close at 1 o'clock
Owing to its falling on tho Fourth,
tho monthly meeting of tho Hono
lulu Firo Department is postponed
for one week.
The show of tho Sumoan warriors
was well patronized last night and
tho warriors, who are gradually get
ting over their homesickness, danced
It being reported that tho Samoan
warrior3 arq excellent oarsmen, tho
regatta management might get them
ti boat to participate in the aquatic
sports on the 4th.
The drought still prevails at Ewa
and alone that way, and dead cattle
arc not uncommon. At Koolau tho
country is beautifully green and the
cattle are butter fat.
In commenting upon how large
fortunes can bo most easily disposed
of in the shortest time, a foreign
journal recommends a newspaper
that cannot support itself.
Le Pantheon de L'Industrio, offi
cial journal of tho Paris Exposition,
devotes a whole page to the Hawai
ian exhibit, being very compliment
ary to the Board of Education's por
tion. An engraving of the Hawaiian build
ing at the Paris Exposition, showing
tho national arms on the facade, with
a brief description of the exhibit,
both clipped from L'Univers, is hung
in tho Hawaiian News Company's
Willie Soper, son of tho Marshal,
had his arm broken in climbing over
a fence at the Fort street school this
morning. Dr. Wood attended him
and found the upper bone of the
forearm fractured, and possibly tho
lower one which is at least bent.
The show of prizes in the citi.ens'
rifle match made in E. O. Hall &
Son's corner window is an attractive
sight, and will doubtless induce many
good, bad and indifferent marksmen
to try their skill in that event. Four
targets have been provided for this
match, so as to give ample time for
A very pleasant surprise party was
given last night at Waikiki Villa, Mr.
H, Johnson's placn, in honor of
Misses Blake and Elliott and Mr. C.
0. Shields of Denver, Col. Thirty or
forty ladies and gentlemen were pre
sent and mado merry "until one
o'clock. Entrancing music was fur
nished by tho Hawaiian Quintet
At a meeting of tho Queen's Own,
Kamehamcha GuardsTuesday night,
a resolution was passed calling uii
Adjutant Wond to state his authdr
ity for presiding at a meeting pf tho
command on Juno 18th, when the
regularly elected officers were re
placed with others. Also, a resolu
tion declaring the now election null
and reinstating the old staff.
The "at home" of Bishop and Mrs.
Willis at Iolani College yesterday was
very pleasant in every way. It was
attended by many distinguished re
presentatives of royalty and church
and state, together with officers of
the British and Chilean warships.
Refreshments were served on tho
grounds of which and tho buildings
the visitors had tho full freedom.
EVEHTS THIS EVEHINC.
Servico at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30. Choir rehearsal, at
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., t
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Service at Central Union Church,
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Engine Co. No. 1, regular meet
ing, at 7:80. Election of olllcers.
Monthly meeting' Protection Hook
and Ladder Company, at 7:30.
Engine Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing, at 7:30.
TVf R. DODD has just received ox
IVL " Uiuutilla" another lot of thai
"PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER"
in kegs, which ho is offering to his
customers. 287 lw
JAlLY B.UIJLHITtN,! HQ&OLtJJLU, &., IM
ENTRIES FOR THE REGATTA.
Six-oared gig race. Sliding seats.
Free to all. Prize, S40. Donated
by the -1th July Celebration Com
LUiuokalahi White it blue. ....
Alico M Itcd & white . . II. Gunn
, SECOND RACE.
Galley or gig raco. Six oars.
Stationary Seats. Free to all. 1st
prize, SCO; 2nd prize, S25; 3rd
prize, saves stakes. Donated by the
4th July Celebration Committee.
Chilean Pilcomayo -White cups
. . . s .... i Lieut. Espinosa
U. S. S. Alert Blue. Lieut. Uarinody
Kapiolani Blue caps ......
. .' i.QarL Widemann
Puaala Red. . .11. B, M? S. Espieglo
Yacht race. Open to all yachts
over 5 tons and not exceeding 10
tons in measurement, provided,
however, that this limitation shall
not apply to yachts now in Hawaiian
waters and that enter for tho race
this year. Prize, Hawaiian Chal
lenge Cup and pennant for 1889.
Kahihilani, 8.14 tons"-Wliito fe
green W. Williams
Spray, 0.07 tons Shamrock white-
i.W. C. Sproull, for owners
Healuni, C.29 tons Hawaiian flag.
C.Brown, F.M..Hatch, C.P. Iaukea.
Hawaii, 0.95 tons While
Hclene, 12.22 tons White maltose
cross, blue border
W. H. Baird, for owners
Yacht race. Open to all yachts
below 5 tons measurement. 1st
prize, S75 ; 2d prize, 50 ; 3rd prize,
525. Donated by the 4th ef July
Kaobinani, 3.40 tons White bur
gee, red letters. . . ,W. W. Dimond
Park St., tons White it blue
S. 11. Priestly
Laura, 1.75 tons Blue
Hingley and graham
Pokii, 1.91 tons Blue W in ceter
Laura Doonc, tons Blue,
yellow it i cd S. B. Dole
W. L. Wilcox
Edith L., H tons Red. . .Alex. Lyle
Onward, tons Blue with M.
P. in white J. A. Magoon
Boat boys' race. Open to all
licensed boats. 1st prize, $10; 2nd
Flying Fish Ameiican
Fair Play ; Yellow
Alameda White it Blue
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BEFORE MC'CULLY J.
Wednesday, July 3.
The Kinz vs. Marcus Colburn.
Obstructing Customs Officer. Ap
peal from Police Court, Honolulu.
Hearing begun before a Hawaiian
jury. C. Crcighton for prosecu
tion, A. Rosa for defendant.
After the "contempt" proceed
ings elsewhere reported, Mr. Creigh
ton expressed to the Court his doubt
of the propriety of his going on
with Crown cases, while the Attorney-General
from office by the sentence of the
The Court while not conceding
the point was willing to relieve
counsel from embarrassment by de
ferring further hearing of the case.
Mr. Rosa protested against the
suspension of the trial, demanding
that it proceed or defendant be dis
charged. The Court Oh, the defendant is
not in custody, but you can make
The jury was dismissed and the
Court adjourned at 2:10 till 10
o'clock Friday morning.
FOR tho 4lh of .Inly!
An Extra Fine Batcli
of Pies, Cream and Fancy
Cakes, Fine Ico Creams,
Sherbets and Candies.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Cars will run TO-MORROW, July 4th,
From Hide ltango for Lillha street,
every hulf hour; 1st car, 0:27 a. in.; Inst
car. 11:00 p. m.
Ultle liauge for Waikiki, every half
hour; 1st car, 0:27 a, m ; last car, 0:07
Lililm street for Waikiki, every half
hour; lbtcnr, 7:00 a. in.; last cur, 0:150
Waikiki for Llliha street, every half
Lour; 1st car, 7:07 a m,; last car, 10,07
To and from Llliha street and Rifle
Itange, every U hour from 8:00 a. in. to
0:10 p. m.
KamclianicUa School Curs meet at
Llliha street every half hour cars for
Bine Rnnco and Waikiki, from 7:150
a. m. to 0:30 p. m.
NUUANU STItBET LINE.
Every half hour, leaving Esplanade,
7:07 a. in.; Pauoa, 8:20 a. in, Lust car
from Esnlunade. 8:27 n. m.: Pauoa.
9:00 p. ui, 291 It '
Semi-Aniiual Competition !
To bo held on their Range, on King
street, opposite the Govern
Oil THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued at 3100. for the highest aggre
gate score In matches Xos. 1, 2 and :t,
to become the property of the marks
man whining It three times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July S, 1SS0, by J. Brodle, M.l).
Won January 1, 1887, by Win. Unccr.-
"Won July 23, 1887, by J. Kothwcll.
Won January 2, 1888, by C. B. Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, by P. Hustacc.
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
Valued at 50; also" sccoud pilze,35;
third prlc, 2.b0. Conditions of the
match : Open to all members of the As
sociation and members of the regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become the property of the
marksman winning it three times at the
regular meetings of tho n. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military lille under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance, fee, $1.
Won January 1, 1881), by Win. linger.
"Won July 5, 188C, byC. B. Wilson.
Won January 1. 1887,by C. B. Wilson.
. Won July 23, 1887. by T. McDerrnott.
Won January 2, 18o8, by Dr. Brodie.
Won July 4, 1S88, by J. II. Fisher.
Won January 1, 1SS9, by J.H. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at $100; also, a second prize
of 5; thltd prize, 2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning It three
times at tho regular meeting of the II.
K. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yaid ranges; any military rlllc under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Kntrmieo fee, 31.
Won July 5, 1880, by J. Brodle, M D.
Won January 1, 1887, by W. C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Kothwcll.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won Julv t, 1888, by K. Hustace.
Won January 1, 188'J, by J. W. Pratt.
III. II. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitors limited
to meinbeis of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and COO yauls; 10 l omuls at each
distance; any military rifle under the
mles; to become the property ot tho
maiksmau winning It three times at
lobular meetings of the II. If. A. En
trance fee, $1.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Assodhtiou Badge. To be w orn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any tegular meeting of the 11. K. A.
Limited to members ot the Association;
10 rounds at COO and GOO yards. En
trance fee, 91.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. Kothwcll.
Won January 20, 1S89, by Lieut.
Ashe, Il.B.M. S. Hyacinth.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by Hon J. A. Cummins,
To be shot for at 200 and COO yai ds. 10
shots at each distance. Open to mem
bers who have never won a first class
prize. To become the property of tho
marksman winning It tluee times. En
trance fee, 91.
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt
VL HYACINTH CUP.
Presented by Lieut. E. P. Ashe, Dr.
It. K. Yeo mid Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the property of
the marksman winning it tulco. 7
shots at 200, 500 and 000 yards. Mili
tary rlllo; any position. Eutrauee fee,
81. No flighting shots allowed.
Won January 1, 1889, by C.B. WIIboii.
VII. STANDARD AMERICAN
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
illle. Unlimited cnti!c. Nohalrorsct
triggers allowed. Entrance fee, 91.
Fiistpruo, 920; 2nd, $10; M, $5,
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable prUos, and a
prio for everybody. Any illle; 0
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
set triggers allowed, Kntrics unlimited.
Entrance fee, 91.
No entries will bo made before the
day of the match, and pernous will
shoot according to the number on their
All iiembcrs of tho Association who
havo mado over 80 per cent, at any gen.
oral meeting of the II. K. A. will not be
allowed to compete.
Committee on CitUens' prl.es:
J. II. fiOI'KIt,
J. BRODIE. M, D
Secretary pro Urn, 283 Ot
JULY 3, 1889.
Regatta ! jjk Regatta !
TO BE HELD ON
JUL3T 4tli, 1889.
Under tho auspices of tho
Ma. YacMii & Sowing
Commoncing at 8 o'clock a. m.
omcial List of Races and Prizes:
1 SIX-OARED GIG RACE. Slid
ing Seats. Free, to all. Prize,
$10. Donated by the Ith July
Celebration Commit teo.
Course : From starting lino out the
channel (keeping between the buoys),
leaving Spar Buoy on port side,
thence to and around Bell Buoy,
keeping same on port sido in round
ing, and back to starting point, keep
ing Spnr Buoy on starboard side.
2 GALLEY on GIG RACE. Six
oars. Stationary Seats. Free to
all. 1st prize, $50 2nd prire,
$25 ; Urd prize, saves stakes. Do
nated by thelth July Celebration
CoultsK : Samo ns in No. 1.
3 YACHT RACE. Opon to all
Yachts over 5 tons and not ex
ceeding 10 tons in measurement,
provided, however, that this limi
tation shall not apply to Ynchls
now in Hawaiian waters and
that enter for tho race this vear.
Hawaiian Challenge Cap "
Pommnt for 1889.
Donated by tho H. R. A, Y. A. to bo
sailed for conditionally and annually
under its auspices. In addition to tho
nbovo prize the '1th July Celebration
Committee have donated the sum of
$50 to the boat taking second place
at the finish.
Coursk: 1. From an imaginary
line drawn from tho Honolulu Har
bor Light-houso to the Immigration
Depot wharf on tho east side of the
harbor, out the channel, keeping be
tween the Spar and Barrel Buoys at
the entrance to tho harbor.
2. From the Spar Buoy, passing
outsiik of the Bell Buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored in
the Bay opposite the residence of
W. G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
'). From this stake boat) passing
insidi: ot tho Boll Buoy, to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored ofl'
tho reef, about half-a-milc south of
the entranco to Pearl Harbor, at a
point whore tho north end of the
Wiuanuo Mountains comes in lino
with an1 old house t-ituatc iii n grove
i. From this stake boat, to and
tacking around tho Bell Buoy.
5. From tho Bell Buoy, passing be
tween the Spar and Barrel Buoys,
and finishing at and across an imagi
nary lino drawn from the Can Buoy
in the harbor to a White Flag on the
O. S. S. Co.'s whari.
1 YACHT RACE. Open to all
yachts below 5 toiiB, measure
ment. 1st prize, $75; 2d prize,
$50 ; 3rd prize, $25. Donated by
the 4th of July committee.
Couitsu: 1. From an imaginary lino
drawn from tho Honolulu luubor
lighthouse to tho Immigration de
pot wharf on tho east side of the liar
Iwr, out the channel, keeping be
tween tho Spar and Barrel buoys at
tho entrance to the harbor.
2. From tho Spar buoy passing
otiTSiDi: ot tho Bell buoy to and tuck
ing around n stake boat anchored in
tho bay opposite the residence of W.
G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
3. From this stake boat, passing
i.vsidk of tho Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored oil'
the Quarantine Grounds.
J. From this stake boat to and
tacking around the Bell buoy.
5. From the Bell buoy, passing
between tho Spar and Barrel buoys
and finishing at and across an imag
inary line drawn from tho Cau buoy
in the harbor to a while Mag on the
O. S. S. Co.'s dock.
All races will be governed by the
rules adopted by the Association.
In all races wheio two prizes are
given, three boats at least must start;
where .'I prizes are awarded 5 boats
must stait. In having stakes -1 boats
Two or more boats nnibt start to
make a rac'o.
Kowing boats will bo first called in
lino by tho firing of a gun and will
Htai t in tho various races by the
Tho yachts will make a Hying tnrt.
Time allowance to be computed in
nccordnncu witli tho rules of tho
Association. No restrictions as to
quantity of sail.
Boats and yachts not kcopiug to
the designated course will be disqual
ified. No one will bo allowed on tho
Judges1 stand except by special per
mission of the committee. '
Each boat and yacht must bo pro
vided with a distinguishing color.
Positions will be assigned, to tho
coxswains of rowing boats by tho
Bowing boats in Itaco 1 will assem
ble at the starting point at 8 u. m.
sliarp, and those in Itaco 2 at 8:30.
Yachts in Itaco 3' will assemble oil"
tho Pacific Mail dock at i) a. in. A
preparatory gun will bo fired on tho
Judges' boat at 0:15 a m. Tho start
ing gun will bo fired at 0:30 a. m.
Notice to assemble tho yachts in
Kaco -1 will bu given by tho firing of
a gun from tho Judges' boat,, ono half
hour beforu tho starting gun.
Printed rules and regulations may
lio obtained of tho Secretary on and
aftor Monday, tho 1st prox.
0T List of entries will bo opon
at tho oillco of tho Haw. News
Agency on Merchant street, until 0
n, m the oul inst.
O. B, WILSON, )
(!. P. IAUKEA, "eBa"a
J. M. DOW8ETT, ) Coramitoo.
W, M. GIFPAKD,
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Over. 1,000 Pieces of White. iFaBcl.liiliroideries,'
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Triiigg !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
S3 Iinnxeixse ItedLnction ssM, j
Gieat Bargains can bo obtained by calling nt tho Templcof Fashion for tho
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St- EG-AN
:8 OIURAJPEU THAN KVKB -:
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold duriiig the Month of Juno
AT -25-PER -CENT-BELOW-COST
HOLLISTER & CO
100 FOKT STREET, HOXOLUIiU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
88 Sz, 80
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles g0 Latest Designs V . All Prices.
B. J. EHIEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
V$'g0m N. B.On and after' May
of our DrossmakiuKtRooms.
& FORT STREETS. ?1
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
P. 13. sklTIL Aireut.
lfitli, MISS OLARK Will have chaw
5 Tj".i - k
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