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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 21, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 21, 1897.
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60 inch at
56 inch at
Former Price 8B3 per Dozen;
Temple of Fashion,
1YL G. SIK.VA,
50c. the Yard.
65 inch at 60c. the Yard.
40c. the Yard.
60 inch at 45c. the Yard.
All Colors at 15c. the Yard.
Selling at $2.
NEWS OF THE SEA
MARINE MOTES OATHKHKD ON THE
Sugar-laiUa Yesaela Outward Boand
-Mleamer Maun Lua Arrival
from Hawaii and Maul.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 8:52
pm; high tide small 9:45 a m; low
tide largo 3:20 p m; low tido small
The steamer Mauna Loa arrived
shortly after one o'clock this after
noon. Sho brought a large freight
and passenger list.
Four sailors of tho ship Wil
liam H. Mncy deserted iust night.
They jumped overboard and swam
On the arrival of the steamer
Holeue this morning, Captain
Freeman was removed to his home,
boing very sick. Tho steamerwas
brought into port by Mate Lane.
The barkentino Newsboy and
schooner Robert Lowers sailed to
day for San Francisco with car
goes of sugar. Thero was a fair
wind out, which did the tow boat
out of a job.
Tho steamer Iwa has been
launohed from the Marine Bail
way. She loaded freight for
Honoipu today. Tho yacht Edith
L is on the ways, preparing for
the coming regatta.
From Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Mauna Loa, May 21 M F
Scott, W J Yates, R Zeigler and
wife, H G Wait, Master Wallace
Scott, Gilbert Hall, H H Webb,
H Isles, Judge J H Waipuilani
and wife, Wm Thompson, L M
Whitehouse, Ghas Thompson and
wife, Thos Silva, H L Evans, F R
Greonweli, J Kuwabo, Miss Anna
Paris, Miss A Bertlcmann, Miss
Maggie Kainaina, Mrs N Fornan
des, Mrs Gapt Chaney, Miss Nu
nuha, Miss Louisa Akio, Miss Ah
Moi, Mrs Fereira and GS dock pas
sengers. THE TRANSVAAL MITUATION I
The Boer Polmater General Najra
Ultlantlers are Inalneere.
I. van Alpen, Postmaster-General
of the South African repub
lic, now in tho United StateB as a
delegato to the Universal Postal
Union Congress, was interviewed
at tho Holland House, New York,
touching affairs in the Transvaal,
"The South African republic
desires nothing but tho most
friendly relations with Great
Britain, with whom we have an
agreement by which Great Britain
guarantees the independence of
the South African Republic
"Since the Jameson raid, in
December, 1895, we have taken
measures to protect ourselves
from a repetition of the affair, as
well as to repel uprisings of the
natives. When I left Pretoria,
several months ago, four forts,
equipped with the latest modern
implements, wero Hearing com
pletion, and we have imported
cannon, guus ana ammunition.
Wo must be prepared for any
"The Government has always
done everything in its power to
meet the requirements of the min
ing population, and further con
cessions were in course of com
mission when 1 left. A local
committee in Johannesburg bad
been elected which will see that
tho Euglish language is taught iu
schools where the English speak
ing communities predominate.
"Instead on tno former Govern
ment Commissioner in that city,
the people now have the privilege
of electing their own munioipal
officers, with tho exception of tho
Mayor, who is appointed by tho
Government. Notwithstanding the
Uitlandors' complaint that they
have no voting power, few of
them seem to. care to avail them
selves of their right to become
citizens. Out of 60,000 in Johan
nesburg only 2000 have renounced
allogiauce to their native land and
become citizens of tho South
City Carriage Co.. J. 8, And.
rado, manager. If you want a
haok with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telophone 113,
o6rner of Fort and Meronnnt
streetp. Hack at nil liniim
Friday, May 21.
Btmr Manna Loa, 81mcrsn, from Hawaii
Btmr Keauhon, Thompion, from Kahuku,
8tmr Hclenc, Freeman, from Hawaii.
Friday, May 21.
Btmr Kauai, Brnbn, for Makawell, Walmca
Am bktn Newsboy, Molletad, for Ban
Am schr Kobert Lowers, Goodman, for San
Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, for Kabuku.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Uclcno-10,078 bK ugar,
Ex stmr Mauna Loa-10,94 1 bK sugar, 87
bas coffee, 112 bnp;a awa, 80 bend cattle.
vkssi:lj in tout.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, Sau DIcro, Apill
U 8 S Marlon, Greene, San Dlceo, March 13.
11 1 J M 8 Naulwa Kan, Kurooka, Japau,
II B M d Wild 8wan,Naplcr, South Seas, May
U 8 8 Adunu. Gibson, llllo, May 19.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Gcr bk Paul lscnberg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship W II Macy, Amuburv.S F.Aprll SO.
Am scar w u raiDoi,uiuum,wceipori,;nBji.
Am ship Susquehanna, Scwall, Japan, May 0.
Am bktn Irmeard.tichmldt, 8 F, May 10.
Am fclir Kobert Lowers, Goodman, 8 F,
Am brjst W G Irwin, Williams, 8 F, M,ay
FOREIGN VPBSEL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where from Due
Schr Louis Newcastle
8clir Novelty Newcastle
Schr Golden Shore. ..Newcastle
Schr Echo Newcastle..
Haw bk Iolaut New York
Hk Nuuanu New York....
, May 31
Am bktu Amelia, .... . .Puget Sound, ....
Grshlp fl F Glade,.... Bremen July SI
88 1'tru Yokohama May I!!
8 8 Warrlmoo Sjdney May SI
8 8 Australia 8 F May 25
8 8 Marlpota Colonics May 27
Bk Colorado Ncwcastla
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Bk Helen Denny ...Noncastle
Ship Loulana Newcastle
Bktn OO Funk Newcastle
Ilk Cliaa B Kennv... Newcastle..
Han bk Andrew Welch. ...8 r .,
Am bktn S O Wilder 8 F.
Am schr Aloha 8 F.
Am bk Mohican 8 F.
Am bktn W 11 Dlmond ,...S F.
Bk Palmyra, Pt Gamble.
Schr Jesslo Minor Eureka.
CROWELL-In this city. May 20, 1897, to the
wife of John Crowell, a daughter.
THE CIKNEKAL COMMITTEE.
Arrangement! Made for IU Fourth
of July Celebration.
The General Committee on the
Fourth of July celebration held a
meeting last night to consider re
ports of the sub committees.
From the Finance Committee
treasurer Andrew Brown reported
From the Committee on Bands,
Parades and Salutos, Major Mo
Leod reported that the parade
would be muoh more elaborate
than last year. The Fire depart
ment's display, ono of the leading
features of last year's parade,
would bo much improved on, more
money having been appropriated
for decorating than last year.
From the Sports Committee
Major Jones reported the program
From the Committee on Decor
ation of the Executive Building
Captain Coyne reported that tho
building would be decorated for
tho day only, the illumination at
night being dispensed with, as
the fireworks display would be
held at night.
From the Committee on Fire
works J. A. Kennedy reported
that the display will be made in
the harbor from a point oqui-dis
tant from the cau buoy, Brewers'
wharf and tho present moorings
of the U. S. S. Philadelphia. The
committee will expend more than
twice as muoh money as last year.
Inducements will be offered for
the illumination of boats, and
something in tho way of a water
carnival will be ono of the feat
ures. In this a great deal of help
will bo looked for from the men
of tho Philadelphia, who have had
experience at tho water carnival
in San Diego, Gal.
W. H. Hoogs was eleoted grand
Marshal of the parade with power
to soleot his aides. The right to
issuo tho official program was
given to R. L. Scott.
Invitations have been extended
to all the warships in port to par
ticipate, and the Government, Ka
mohamoha, St. Louis College and
Portuguese bands will be in the
parade, which, it is expeoted, will
exceed in length anything of tho
kind ever hold horo.
the board or education.
Continued from 1st Page.
ment of Wm. Callow as teacher at
Waialua. Referred to the Com
mittee on .Teachers.
An application from W. E.
Thompson of Dayton, Ohio, for a
position under the' department
was referred to the same commit
tee. Minister Cooper said he bad re
ceived a visit from Mr. Lightfoot,
principal of the Night School,
asking for the privilege of start
ing a separato class to prepare ad
vanced scholars for the coming
examinations. Thero would be
no expense connected with the
class, which simply involved extra
work for Mr. Lightfoot without
Mr. Bowen asked if this might
not be termed a "cramming" class.
Ho was opposed to "cramming"
on general principles, especially
Mr. Cooper said as ho under
stood it tho proposed class would
consist mainly of teachers who
were a little rusty in some of their
studies and dosirod to go over
them again with Mr. Lightfoot's
assistance. They had no time in
the day to do this.
Professor Alexander thought it
would really be establishing a
Normal olaBs in a night sohool,
which was contrary to its purpose.
Mrs. Dillingham wanted to
know what the Summer school
was for, if it was not to fit just
such a case as this.
The matter waB finally left to
the Minister's discretion.
Mrs. Hendry, assistant teacher
of the Practise school, put in an
application for increase of salary,
basing her claim on the arduous
nature of her work. Armstrong
Smith also applied for a raise,
basing his application on tho
statement that ho had 380 pupils
in attendance at the Fort Street
Bchool. It was decided that
nothing could be done until the
new classification of salaries was
adopted. Under this Minister
Coopor thought both applicants
would receive a raise on account
of their length of service under
Minister Cooper said the govern
ment waB desirous of building a
courthouse at Eoloa, Eauai. There
wab a vacant sohool lot thero on
which tho government wanted to
build the courthouse, giving in
exchange a lot equally as good for
the school. Minister Cooper was
given tho power to act in tho mat
ter as he saw fit.
Miss Sarah Harker's application
for a school was referred to the
Teachers' Committee and the
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Editor Bulletin: I notice
the Committee on the Fourth of
July scorns to be in doubt as to
whether the celebration should bo
held on Saturday, July 3,
or Monday .July 5. There should
be no doubt or even discussion on
In the United States when the
Fourth of July falls on Sunday it
has always been celebrated on tho
Monday following. Is there any
reason why the Republio of Ha
waii should follow any different
course and necessitate two cele
brations, one on Saturday and one
The American celebration will
surely be held on the day it is
kept in the United States, that is
on Monday, July 5, and I under
stand it is already decided to have
tho ball on the evening of that day,
so that the dancing will not run
Lot the matteu bo sottled in
favor of the workingman and ac
cording to time honored custom
in the United States, not accord
ing to the views of a few employ
ers whoobjeot to the celebration on
Monday because thoir employes
will got a full day's holiday in
addition to the usual half holiday
on Saturday. A Worker.
Thero are two reasons why
people are now paying car faro
all the way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery and back. Koason
1. It is the only plaoo on tho
Islands where the celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. . Reason
2. After paying car fare both
ways patrons find they aro ,money
in pooket by dealing at this "livo
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head and Mpanalua freo.
Opposito Railway dopot, King
street. Tol. 755.