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1st BICYCLE RACE.
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j T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
Jolly Japanese Have a Magnifi
cent Time There,
Incidents of the Celebration on Saturday
Address ot Honolulu Japanese
Thr literary portion of tho Japa
nosoipuaco ((lubration liulti at Intlu
pontlcucu park on Saturday nftnr
uoon waj of much iutfrest. Tim
hall had boon tastefully ducuratcd
with paltiiB, foruH, urei'iiory aud
lla'H, and was crowdtd to its utmost
whon Goro Narita, ehairnian of tho
commltteo on txeroiei, aroso aud
riad the following address to bo
forunnlod on bolialf of tho Japaueoo
citizens of Honolulu to tho Minister
of War ami Marino of tho Mikado's
"Since tho odict of war against
China issued by His Imperial Japa
nese Majosty, tho forces under your
respective departments, acting un
der a sense of loyalty aud of duly,
have not been deterred from press
ing forward from a fear of the loss
1 From the beginning of tho ardu
ous campaign at Gassau to Pinzan,
from tho historic Yalu river to tho
equally famous Wei-Hai Wei, neither
tho extreme heat of summer, nor tho
almost arctic winter, has for a mo
ment deterred tho brave men in
both army and navy from pressing
forward to conquer a just and honor
ablo peace. Tho valor of tho com
mon soldier has beeu equalled only
by the daring aud t-kill of their offi
cer). From the begiuniug no mis
takes have beeu made; everything
has been bo skillfully managed that
tho highest possible degree of effi
ciency has been maintained, aud
proverbially bravo as the Japauese
are, their valor has oven exceeded
expectation. Like a thunder storm
destroying the forest, tho army and
navy have pressed forward, paralyz
ing tho euwuy, leaviug him uo power
''Thus, by their valor and skill,
tho Japanese have won the respect I
and even the admiration of all for-1
eign nations, increasing tho effi-1
ciency of the Empire at home, and (
making it more respected abroad. I
Tho results aro in no small degree
duo to the virtues of His Imperial ,
Majesty, yet they could not havo .
been accomplished without your
high spirited co-operation and aid.
"Wo aro living in a foreign coun- i
try, and tnko no littlo pride in hear
ing tho praiso of the Japanose army j
and navy ou every side. In thus in- j
creasing tho good name and famo of
our dear country, your deeds stand
"We humbly bog loavo, therefore,
to join with you and with the ou
tire Japauese nation in rejoicing at
tho foregoing results and at tho
blossiugs of peace."
Three cheors wore then given for
tho Emporor and tho band played
tho national authem.
An imperial-edict was read by
Cousul Shimuu and addrossts of
various kinds were delivered as per
programme uoieioioro puoiinnuu.
During tho afternoon exhibitions
in wrestling, fencing aud Japanese
sports took placo which highly
amused tho orowd in attendance.
In tho evening thero was a display
of fireworks, magic-lantern exhibi
tion in the hall and a lantern pro
cession back to town.
UIROUIT COURT NOTES.
The Trial of Cullen Ends in a Ver
dict of Manslaughter.
Tho jury in the case of Patrick
Cullen, charged with murder,
brought in a vordict of manslaughter
in the third degree at a lato hour on
Saturday afternoon. This morning
ho was sentenced to fivo jears' im-i
prisonmont nt hard labor. f
'In tho matter of tho bankruptcy
of W. D. McWayne a petition for
disohargo has been filed.
Paul Neumann as attorney for V.
V. Ashford has filed a demurrer in
tho breach of promiso enso agninit
the latter. Tho grounds of the de
murrer are that tho complain', is
ambiguous aud unintelligible .mil
presents uo sufficient cause of ac
tion. fn tho matter of tho estate of C.
Mougersuu, F. A. Sohaofor, adminis
trator with tho will annexed, has
filed his accounts aud petitions for
a final order of discharge.
In the case of L. B. Kerr vs.
John Good, appealed from tho Dis
trict Court and tried before Judgo
Whitiug, judgment in favor of the
plaiutifT has boeu rendered for
$172.12 and costs, tho court holding
that tho failure of the defendant to
file in tho office of tho Minister of
tho Interior tho certificate required
by law has rendered him liable for
debts incurred by his wifo, whilo
conducting business on her own ac
count. Judgo Cooper and a native jury
is hearing ouo of tho criminal cases
appealed from the District Court of
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME.
Tho Kainehamehaa Wore Not In It
With tha Star.
The Kamehamoha basoball nine
were a most discomfited and dis
gusted lot of players after tho game
with tho Stars on Saturday after
noon. B. Lemon and Pahau consti
tuted the battery of tho Kameha
mehas and the Stirs had Lionel
Hart and Harry Wilder for a bat-
Thero was a pretty fair crowd of
spectators present, aud the senti
ment seemed to be in faror of tho
Stars, who it were thought, would
fall easy prey to the champions.
Tho game, hosvover, proved to havo
been chronicled vice versa, as it
ended as follows: Stars, 17; Ka
mohamohas, 9. P. Davis, first base
man of tho Kanis had tho wind
knocked out of him in collision with
E. Wodohouse, second baseman of
the Stars, aud had to retire. J. Aea
was substituted. The Stars gainod
tho load iu tho 'first half of tho
soveuth innings, and increased the
breach to the finish. The umpir
ing was satisfactory to both sides.
Tho Gobo of John Hnpa,
John Hapa, tho cowboy, was sen
tenced to six years' imprisonment at
hard labor for highway robbery at
i Moanalua somo time ago. It is un
derstood that tho punishment has
boon remitted, as Hapa was brought
up iu tho District Court to-day. Ho
was charged with assault and bat
tery on Wai Tai, at Moanalua, ou
Ju'y 21, 1891. This is tho same
Chinaman ho was supposed to havo
robbed of sovonty-fivo cents. Hapa
pleaded guilty and was sentenced
to ono month's imprisonment.
Judgo Perry is still
his bed with illuess.