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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 6, 1896.
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TIIK I.HT WEEK.
Ilni; 1'lRlior'M I'alatluz
IlinliOHeil l f.
This is tho lost wook o tho ex
hibition of Hugo Fisher's boauti
ful pictures. Although many of
tho paintings havo been Bold they
are still loft in the Pucific Hard
ware Company's rooms and will
not bo taken away until tho end
of tho week. Hundreds havo
visitod tho rooms during tho past
six days and no ono goes away
disappointed. Two or throe of
tho best pictures huve been
moved to a more suitable
position on tho walls,whioh brings
out their linest points much hot
ter. "Tho return of tho Flock," a
thnloh-roofed stono building with
a number of sheop impatiently
waiting whilo their mistross is un
fastening tho door of tho stable to
ndinit them, and "A Storm on tho
Atlantic Coast," the wild watois
raging m tho gale, angry breakors
dashiiig against tho rocks, nro two
pictures in which coloring and do
tail aro perfectly oxecuted. "An
Autumuul Seouo on Long Island"
is another handBomo picturo,
while a "Misty Morning on tho
Marches" is a little gem.
Thero was a cutting affray be
tween two of tho crow of tho
Adams on Saturday evening on
Nuuanu streot. James Norris, an
ordinary seaman, was stabbed in
the abdomen by "W. J. Ring, a
machinist, with a file. Norris is
in tho hospital and lling is im
prisoned on tho ship, ponding tho
result of the wound. It is expect
ed NorVis will recover.
THE FOURTH IN HONOLULU
tiic .sriuxr pauaku ak ciii:
Ulornrv I xercluc nt Inilouciiiioiico
I'arXc-Njmi'lHnntl Hull liiuic Ilio
Hunt Itncrit, i:ic.
The Fourth of July, 189G, was
ushered in, in this city of Hono
lulu, by tho firing of a national
saluto o lwentyono guns at (5
o'clock, whoso reverberations
aroused ven thooo who had re
turned from the bull an hour or
two before. Tho ilrst ovent on
the day's program .was tho six
oared sliding seat boat race be
tween tho Myrtle and Hoalani
clubs. CL B. "Wilson acted as
starter and Captain Sonlo and
George P. Denison us judges.
Tho water iu tho bay was as
smooth as a mill pond and tho
course free from obstiuotions.
Tho start was made atiG:14, tho
Healauis taking tho lead. Oppo
site tho light houso the Myrtles
settled down to work and from
thut time on lied things their own
way. Tho Myrtles crossed tho
winning lino in 1G:08, tho Hoa
lanis boing 1G seconds behind.
The whalo boat race between
tho police, jail and pilot boats un
fortunately resulted in a foul.
Tho race was a close ono between
tho police and pilot boats, the
latter coming in first. The raco
was awarded to tho police, how
over, their claim of a foul on tho
first half of the courso being al
lowded by tho judges.
Tho twenty-live milo rolay bi
cycle raco attracted a largo crowd
to tho Central Union church cor
ner and Union Square whore tho
finish took place. Tho start was
made at tho "Waikiki ond, tho
courso being from Tom Holliu
gor's to tho Central Union church
and return, the last trip being to
Union Square. Thoro were livo
relays ot thieo riders. Tho best
individual time was made by
Georgo Martin, 13:23, with Syl
vester next in 13:40. Tho timo of
the raco was 1 hi-.,' 14 rain., 3 sec,
the team captained by Georgo
Augus being tho winners.
t Long before half-past eight, tho
time sot tor tno parade, tuo streets
through which tho procession was
to pass wero thronged with an ex
pectant crowd of sightseers in
holiday attire. Tho procession
moved promptly, boing headed by
a dotaohment of police and the gov
ernment band of thirty pieces1'ho
Kamoharaoha School and tho Por-.
tugueso bands woro also out in
full force and did their best to en
liven tho occasion. Thero was
nothing now in the military por
tion of tho parade, and public
interest contored in tho display
made by tho Firo Department and
the floats and bioyclo parade which
brought up tho rear.
All the apparatus of tho deport
ment was in tho parado and
ulthough each company had vied
with tho other in decoruting their
"nuisheoiiB," tho palm wub oasily
carried off by Engine No. 2, de
coratod by Enginoer "Valtor
Bromloy and his assistants. The
Firo Commissioners wero ropro
souted by Chus. Orozior and An
drew Brown and secretary Sims
in n carriage, while Chief Hunt
occupied his usual rig and was all
alouo in his glory and had tho ex
clusive uso of tho shado produced
by his whito helmet. No. 1 on
gmo, although profusely decorat
ed, kept Btoam up in caso of ne
cessity, but happily thoro was no
alarm of firo during tho eiitiro
Of tho numorous floats in tho
procession tho ono that tickled
tho crowd tho most was tho take
off on one of tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Company's cars gotton up
by M. I. Silva, Jr. This old di
lapidated and dirty travesty of a
car, drawn by an equally dila
pidated specimen of a horse, was
greeted with roars of laughter
and vory generally voted tho first
prizo by tho spectators. Tho
commjttea, howover, givo it tho
Becond, awarding tho first to T.
B. Murray's float, "Tho Goddess
of Liberty," porsonatod by Miss
Jonnio Murray. Tho third prize
was givon to Hack 2G, driven by
A largo .float crowted with
young Hawaiian girls attrachod
much attention, as did the "White
hall boat "Protection" with Uncle
Sam at tlio tiller, which was
labeled on ono side "silver" and
on tho reverse "gold." Among
tho business floats that designed
by Messrs. Waller and Hoilbron
for tlio Metropolitan Meal Com
pany took first prize, whilo tho
diriolay of blocks of ice inclnMug
a pig, frozen fish, fruits and uitMit
by the People's Ico Company ob
tained second. Lewis ifc Co. woro
awarded tho third prize 'for their
grocery exhibit and tho fourth
wont to tho California Feed Com
pany. Other vehicles contained
displays of hardware by "W. W.
Dimond, who had three wagons
engaged, out of which woro dis
pensed bread, cakes and wallles.
Jim Uocld had a big display of
Enterprise Beer in kegs; McOhes
noy & Co. a dray load of Boap of
Hawaiian manufacture, tho City
Feed Store L. II. Deo & Co. a
gaily load of provender and tho
California Feed Company a load
Tho bicyclo parado was givon
under a disadvantage, tho wheel
men sometimes having to dis
mount from the slow paco at which
tho procession preceded thorn. If
it had boon givon at night with
illuminated wheols and lanterns
it would have beira a raro innova
tion and added attraction. As it
was thero was a cood turn out,
prizes boing awarded as follows:
First, Percy Lishman; second,
Tom King; third, Georgo Angus;
fourth. "W. Harris; fifth, Buby
Dexter; sixth, A. Cunha; sovouth,
G. Martin; eighth, Hawaiian boy.
Tho reception held by Presi
dent and Mrs. Dolo was vory gen
erally attended. Minister and Mrs.
H. Ei. Cooor assisted and a num
bor of society ludies were in at
tendance on Mrs. Dole. Tho mem
bers of tho diplomatic and consn
sular corps woro present together
with oflicors from tho warships
and tho usual sprinkling of gov
ernment employes. Major Potter
received tha callers, and Colonel
Sopor made the presentations.
Tho reception was ontiroly in
formal, there being no order of
precedence obsorved, although tho
representative of the United Statos
was thofirst to bo on hand.
Tlio Lltcrnry IWorclsju.
Thoro was a largo concourso at
Indopeudonco Park pavilion for
the literary exorcises in connec
tion with tho colobratiou of tho
ono hundred and twenty-first an
niversary of the Indopeudonco of
tho United States of Amoricu. It
is estimated that fully a thousand
pooplo wore in tho hall. Tho
spoakor's stand on tho sido oppo
site tho ontrauco was not used, a
temporary platform having boon
erected at tho lower end of the
hall. This did not turn out to bo
nn improvement, as it placed thoso
in tho back rows of soats at a
groat disadvantage for hearing.
Tho platform was handsomoly
decorated with Hags and buutiug
of red, whito and blue, aud upon
it woro seated tho following named
functionaries of 'tho day: Ellis
Morns, reador; Geo. W. Smith,
chairman ot tho general commjt
tee; "W. It. Farringtou and Ed.
Towso of tho litorary committee
and Dr. J. S. McGrow.
President Dolo having arrived
closo on one o'clock, tho oponing
hour, Mr. Smith called tho as
semblage to ordor and introduced
tho president of tho day. Mr.
Milb dolivorod a brief oponing
address of welcome, then proceed
ed to call off the program. ";'
"Columbia," tho qpeuing song,
was sung as a solo by Miss
Eichards, tho piano accompani
ment boing played by Principal
Afllla ITiiitnl Sfntno f.l.n....n ! t
...., u....t.. (J ,w0 v,,.bU ,, .n j j0 .)0Oplo ot tll0 United
aire8aKlu(iusmuenorai,incsiiionwj1IojJoliovca thoro WftM uo
oiuiouiiy; H.x-ocroruoya.wepnm for Horioiw apurafconsion of a
wuubiii wuuoiiw, iiiujiir n. jv. 0vil rosulting fiqhi an
rBmV n , ' V of woaltli in the United
j.uv. x. x-mjiuyui, ujiimuuu: .(V. iJ. MM.,,
Theo. llichards of Kamohamoha
Soliooi. Tho soloist Bang in a
beautifully clear voice, with a de
gree of tromulousness that, how
over, did not detract from tho
ellecL Tlio andiiMioo picked up'
tho choius, "Ihroo cheeis for the
red, whito and blue," iu yiaud
Jtov. T. D. Garvin, in clear and
ournest tones, offered an opening
Mr. Morris read tho immortal
Declaration of Independence with
fine olocution, but liis voice was
iuaudiblo to those seated back of
tlm lino of the main entrance.
This was owing n groat dual to
tho mi-( of people walking in and
out. Tlio Hawaiian band played
"Star Spangled Bannor."
Mr. Paugborn was thou in
troduced as tho orator of tho day.
His address was an excellent liter
ary effort and delivered in a moBt
pleasing maimer. Although not
seeming loud tlio speaker's voico
easily penetrated to nil parts of
tho hall, tho uoi' about tlio' door
having been allayed to a respect
Tho orator referred in opening
to tho pleasant natural conditions
of these islands, which enhanced
tho enjoyment of Americans hero
in celebrating tuo birth
of their j
republic. "To those who aro citi
zens of this tho latest born of the
republics of tho world," he pro
ceeded to say, "and to dwellers
beneath tho Hawaiian flag, this is
nlso an anniversary that affords
ample occasion for happy present
congratulations and high hopes
of n prosperous future for Hawaii.
To Americans and Hnwaiiaus
aliko this July Fourth is, by com
mon consent, a conspicuous mark,
it signal tower in tho onward and
upward pathway of popular, freo
Greece and Bomo had mado
unsuccessful experiments in re
publican institutions, but "it was
loft to tho founders of tho Repub
lic of tho United Statos of Ameri
ca to discover and announce tho
basic idea of real independence
for tho people, and to establish
upon a sound foundation a gov
ernment fhatflliould bo at ouco freo
and thoroughly representative of
tho popular will." Hnvinc enlarg
ed upon this idea tho
described the enormous dovolop
nient of the nation, from tho thir
teon original colonies that won
thoir independence to tho forty
fivo independent, solf-govorning
communities extending from tho
northern lakes to tho southorn
gulf, and from tho Atlantic to the
Roforring to tho question of
territorial ' acquisition ho said:
"It may bo that in tho future tho
pooplo of tho United States will
see fit to extend tho jurisdiction
of tho Itopublio beyond tho pro
sent continental shore limits; but,
in any such case which may arise,
this will only bo dono in accord
ance with tho desire and with tho
full and freoonsout ot tho com
munities that would bo affected
by tho change."
Mr. Pnngborn was loudly ap
plauded when, aflor referring to
the progress of tho nation in in
telligence and wealth, ho spoke of
tlio prominence givon to tho edu
cation of tho poople, concluding
with tho remark thnt tho public
schools "will remain not only
freo, but secular in their char
acter." As to material wealth, tho show
ing wttf surprisingly croditablo to
systom of government could
not bo claimed to bo llawloss, as
nil now oxperimouts in that lino
must bo subjected to tho tests of
oxporionco sometimes sovore. Tho
United Statos boon been subjected
to some such tests audit could not
bo denied that tho results thus far
had been and woro gratifying to
all patriotic citizens. They had
successfully resisted assaults both
foreign and domestic, and iu ovory
caso tho nation had emergent from
tho trial with increased strength,
vigor and cohesion. Tho peoplo
Coniinueipn Sth Paje.
SPRECKELS' PARK RACES
Tin: iioML.it,u ii:li.iatiox utn
A ioon Tint'.
lot" l'rorm n Niirprloo In the lMrt
Itnci' I.lit orilio Winner IIcui y
Trade on Account if Itnlu.
ThoJBuxiiirm's special reporter
furnishes tho following concern
ing tho Jonth annual meeting of
tho Mnui Racing Association, hold
at Spreckols' park, Kahului, on
Honolulu visitors to tho Maui
races had a fino timo going up on
the Hall on Friday, arriving at
Lahaina at 8:10p.m., where a stop
of an hour allowed timo for n run
ashore. Maalaoa was reached at
10:30, where carriages wore at the
wharf to convoy tho travelors to
Tho morning of the Fourth was
vory rainy and tho pooplo of "Wai
luku and Wuikapu thought the
races would not como off, but
nlinnt 10 n'nlnnfc lk nlnnrnrl nn nml
jt W(lg decided to commence the
races at noon, two hours
than tho program called for.
For tho first race, the Kula
purse of SCO; running race, oue
milo dash; for ponies fourteen
hands or undor, thoro woro soven
ontrios. Before tho horses mado
their appeoranco on tho track
everybody was favoring Sunrise,
but when Pet cumd'out they com
menced to hodgo and with good
reason, as Pet took tho raco oasily
Tho second rnco, a match bo-1
twoen Manu, Frank S. and Kimo
for S30 did not come off, but a
trotting match between Alvona
and Jack was substituted. Tho
latter won yi two straight heats.
Timo: 3:05? iuid3:02.
For the third raco, "Wailuku
purso, S75, running race, half
milo and ropeat, freo for all Ha
waiian bred horses, thero woro
three entries: Bushwhacker,
Parolo and Sarah H. Parolo, own
ed by Honry Vida, took both
i heats in 0:58 and 1:01.
Tho Waihee purse of S150;
trotting aud pacing to harness,
one mile heats, best three in fivo,
for horses without .a record of
2:30 or better, wont to Ralph,
owned by W. Norton. Time of
tho two first heats: 2:50!j and
For tho Kahului purse of $150,
running race, ono mile dash, freo
for all Hawaiian bred horses, thoro
woro four entries, viz: Wiufiold,
Emiu Bey, Antidote and Billy C.
Tho raco was won by Billy 0 in
2:02, the ;low timo boing account
ed for by tho muddy condition of
In the" sixth raco, tho Sprockels
villo purso of S100,n running raco,
ono milo dash, $25 for ouch quar
ter, freo for all Hawaiian bred
horses, much timo was consumed
in getting tho horses off. Tho en
tries wero Bushwhacker, Parolo,
Sarah H. and Antidote. Parolo
took tho first quartor aud An
tidote tho other three. Timo 2:11.
There woro fivo entries in tho
mule raco for a purso of S50, a
one-mile dash, catch woights, freo
for all. Thoro was more fun than
enough in this raco and tho boys
had all thoy could do to keep thoir
mules in tho track. Noar tho quar
ter one of tho animals collided
with tho fcuco 'and fiom thouce
took tho 'ar of tho procession.
Tha nice was won by W.JL.Moy-
For tho maiden pony raco for a
purso of $40, running raco, half
mile dash, freo for all, thoro wan
six ontrios, including V. H. Mey
er's Pot, who had to carry 12
pounds over-weight, having won
tho first raco. Tho oxtra weight
did not provont him from winning
the race in 1:04.
Tho ninth nud last race, tho
AVaikapu purso ot $75, running
race, ' milo dash, for Hawaiian
bred horses owned by Mauiitos,
wont to Billy G. in 1:30 with
Emin Boy a good'second.
Continued on 5th Payc.
AT INDEPENDENCE PARK
hvr.sy.H at tiii: ni.i. o iiu-
AtxiiitSIx Ilmiilrcil Attend tile Hull or
the Atiii-rlciiii Celebration -1'rc-
olileiit nnil 1'uMnet A li.ent
Tho ball nt Iud peudenco Park,
which was the first number on
tho program of tho American cele
bration, was un unqualified suc
cess in nil respects but one, tho
absence of President Dole aud the
mombers qftthe Executive Coun
cil. Whilo' this, of courso, did not
prevout any ono from enjoying
themselves to tho utmost, it was the
occasion of much uuf rtvorablo com
ment,while ho committee in charge
of the dance took the nbsonco of any
roprosoutativo ot tho Hawaiian
Government vory much to heart
President Dolo said to a- Bulle
tin representative during the 10
coption yesterday that ho had
fully intended to bo presont, but
when tho time came was not feel
ing well enough. United Slates
Charge d' Affaires and Consul
Gonoral Ellis Mills and Yico Con
sul AY. P. Boyd, British Commis
sioner HawoB and Yico-Cousul
T. R. Walkor, the representatives
of France, Portugal, Italy, Ger
many, Austria aud Moxico woro
all presont. Tho three warships
in tho harbor each sent delega
tions ot oihcer8, who received
much attention aud appoared to
thoroughly enjoy themselves as
only naval oflicors can.
Thoro were fully hvico as many
presont as the committee had ex
pected but that made no differ
ence. Atter the second danco of
tho regular program Dr. Gross
man, on behalf of tho floor com- .
mittee, announced that the inten
tion to havo one bnnd play pro
menade music between tho dances
would bo abandoned and that an
extra dance would bo given by tlio
Kawaihuu Club band nfter each
regular dnnco. This mado a pro
gram of twouty-oight dances iu
all, aud yet there woro hundreds r
who never missed ono of thorn.
Tho uso of two bands was a.
wiso provision, as it would havo
been impossible for ono baud to
have fi od the b 11 Both hnnds 4r,
vied with eaoh other in doing
their best, but the Hawaiian airs
and lively singing of the uativo
boys seemed to meet with tho
most favor among tho dancers.
Tho hall was npatly but not
gaudily decorated by G. W. R
King. Tho shiolds at either end
of tho hall bearing tho figures
"177G" and "189G'7 in colored
electric lights woro beautiful, bo
sides adding thoir brilliancy to
tho other lights. -M
manager iytoubo or. mo Arling
ton had ohargo of the refresh-
mentB, and it goes without saying -
that thero wnBa plenty for all. All
his arrangements for seating tho
guests, howovor, wero upsot, as it
was impossible to accommodate
tho number presont in tho dining
rodm. Tho ladies remained in
tho hall whilo tho gentlemonw
waited on them, an arrangement
Uiat gave general satisfaction. All
tho delicacies of tho season, top-
ped off with delicious ice-cream
aud coffeo, wore provided, whilo
lomonade was dispensed at oither
end of tho hall throughout the
Tho committee in chargo of tho
affair woro tho recipients of much,
praiso for the success of their
efforts during tho ovoning.Measrs.
Thoo.F. Lansing, Dr.M.E. Gross
man, W. Portor Boyd, Walter F.
Dillingham, Geoigo O. Potterf,j1y
George H. Paris, Dr. O.B. Cooper
and F. J. Sommes of tho U. S. S.
Adams comprised tho committee.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S.,
oflico Cottngo No. 100,
stroot, telophono No. 615.
hours 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Bonjainin H. Bristow, Soorota
ry of tho Treasury during Presi
dent Grant's term, died at his
homo in New York on Juno 22.
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