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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 1897.
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports.
Following is the program of
sporting ovonts arranged by tho
Bub-committco having tho matter
in ohnrgo, for tho Diamond Jubi
lee, which takes pluco on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. Itobort
son, W.F. Lovo tuul H. K. Wulker.
All onirics to ho iu boforo noon,
Saturduy, Juno 19th, nt tlio office
of A. G. M. llobortsou; first nice
to start nt 8 a. tn.
1. Yitcht. Second class. First
jtrizo. -iCO; second prize, $'25.
Courso: Oil" Wiukiki and return.
2. Canoe, six - paddle. First
prize: $20; second prize, 810.
Courso: From start to first can
buoy and return.
U. Six-oared sliding-seat barge.
Frize: $50. Course: Spar buoy
1. Five-oared whuloboat. First
prize: SoO; second prize, 20.
Courso: Spar buoy and return.
5. Ton-oared barge. Prize: 550.
Courso: Bell buoy and return.
0. Surf-boat race lor ships' crews.
Course: Knuckle buoy aud return.
First prize, ifJJO, second prize, 815
Starting point for all races will
be off tho Inter-Island wharf.
At. Kapiolnni Park, commencing
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Committee: Thomas Wright,
Charles Crazier and Douglas Col
lins. 1. 100 yards dash for boys un
der 11 yeais.
2. 80 yards dash for girls under
3. Half-mile bioyclo race (free
for all) for boys.
4. Half-mile bicyclo race (free
for all) for girls.
5. 80 yards dash for boys undor
G. GO yards dash for girls under
7. Gl) yuuls dash for boys undor
8. 50 yards dash for girls under
9. 50 yards dash for boys undor
10. 50 yards dash for girls un
dor 8 years.
11. Hope skipping contost for
12. Ropo skipping contost for
13 Sack, raco for boys undor 14
14. High jump for boys under
15. Broad jump for hoys under
1G. Post Office raco for girls.
17. Wheel raoe for boys.
1. One mile bioycle (open).
2. Ono-milo running.
3. 100-yard dash.
4. 150 yards, wheelbarrow.
5. Half mile bicycle (open).
G. 120 yards hurdlo.
7. One milo bicyclo (second
8. llunning high jump.
9. Ono-milo bioyclo (uovico),
10. Threo-leggod race.
11. Half - milo bicyclo (second
12. Polo vault.
13. Putting lG-pouud shot.
14. Ono-milo bioyclo (tandem).
15. Half-milo run.
1G. Running broad jump.
17. 440 yard foot raco.
18. Sack race.
19. Two-railo bicyclo (open to
20. Ring throwing contest.
21. 100 yards dosh (for boys
under 10 years).
22. Novelty raco. One milo
bicyclo, one milo walking and one
mile running; u liberal inonoy
23. 220 yards clash. Special
prize Watch, suitably inscribed,
Excepting whoro other prizes
will bo given, gold medals will bo
awarded to the winners of the
foregoing races; silver medals for
Committee: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris, Jr., and
B. F. Beardmoro. All entries to
bo in before noon, Saturday, June
19th, and all entries to be mado
to Thomas Wright. C32-td
To Coffee Planter,
ALEXANDEK GAltVIE tins opened nn
Office in Loudon, England, nt 16 Henrietta
street, opposite Bedford street, V. 0., nnd
is prepared to receive consignments of
COFFEE and other produco, and obtain the
very best market prices for same.
A. G. has had six years' experience in
tho Codec trade in England and Scotland,
and knows the London market thoroughly,
A. O. is also prepared to act as agent
and buyer for all commodities suitable for
the Hawaiian market.
Samples of now goods will be sent out
immediately on being put on the London
A. O, was over live years iu business iu
tho islands first iu tho hanking establish
ment of Bishop ,fe Co,, aud latterly with
the Uawaiian'Sugar Co.
N. U. For further information, apply to
tho above address, or to Kobt. Catton, or
W. II. I'alu, Honolulu. 638 3m
Iu the Circuit Court of ., 1
tho First Circuit, Hawaii-1 STAMls
an Inlands. James J. Byrno vs. John
Allen, H. Allen nntl other, at Cliuin
bent. The Republic of Hawaii: To
tho Marshal of the Hawaiian Islutuis,
or his Deputy, Greetlug: You are
hereby coimnuuded to hummon John
Allen, Henry Allen. Huury Rhodes,
W. H. Lambert, A. Feek, B. F. Dil
lingham anil Ouliu Railroad & Laud
Co. to appear teu days after service
hereof, If tlioy reside on the Island of
Oaliu, otherwise twenty days after
service, before suoli Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit as shall
be sitting at Chambers iu the Court
Room, at Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Building, to answer the annexed bill
of James J. Byrne. And you are f ur
ine r commanded, by order of the lion.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that process
be served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feek and that
a temporary injunction issue as pruytd
tor agaiusi ine uauu Kan road & Jjtnu
Company, A. Feek, bis Attorney,
Agents and Factors, and have you
then there tbis Wilt, with your re
ioi..T Witness the First Judge
BbAltot the Circuit Couitof the
rlrst Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1890.
(Big) GEORGE LUCAS,
I 1160, Civil Code. The tlmo with
in which an act Is to be done,
shall be computed by excluding the
iirst day and Including the last. If
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original summons in said
cause, and thalsald Court ordered that
service be made uiou said uon.resl
dent defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of the same and continuance of
said cause until the 128tu day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit of tho Hawaiiau Islands.
In Probate. In the matter of the Es
tate of ACHEW, late of Walluku,
Maul, deceased. The petition and ao
counts of the Administrator of the
Estate of said deceased, wherein lie
asks that his accounts bo examined
and approved, and that a final order
lie mado of distribution of the pro
perty remaining in his hands to tire
persons thereto entitled, and discharg
ing him from all further responsibi
lity as such Administrator. It is or
dered that Monday, tho 19th day of
July, A. D. Ib97, at 10 o'clock a. in., at
CiiambHrH, In the Court House, at
Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the tlmo aud place for
hearing mid petition and accounts,
and tliat all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, If any they have, why the samo
should not be granted.
By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1897. 037-3t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST OIK
cuit of the Hawaiiau Islands, in Probate. In
tho matter of tbo Estate of John Konnedy,
late of Honolulu, Ouhu, deceased, intes
tte. Petition having been iilcd by Goorgo
Andrews, a friend of said iutostato, pray
ing that letters of Administration upon said
estate be issued to George Andrews, notice
is hereby given that Monday, the 19th day
ofJnly, A. I). 1S97, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
in the Judiciary He ilding, Honolulu, is
appointed tho time and place for hoaring
said petition, when and where all persons
concerned may appear and t-how cause, if
any they have, why stld Petition should
not be granted. '
Ry the Court:
GEORGE LU0AS, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1807. 037-3 1
STEAMER FROM 'FRISCO
NAVAL AND OTHKK PACIFIC
Voyage of the Australia and Her
1'atienKen Local Marine
U S S Philadelphia is coaling.
S S Aorangi should be here at
Tho Robort Searlos has finished
Two barks were reported out
side at noon.
Tho U. S. eruisor Brooklyn has
arrived in England to take part in
The U. S. battleship Oregon is
ordered to Victoria, B. O., to take
part in tho Jubilee festivities.
Tho ship Commodore, at San
Francisco from Baltimore, comes
to Honolulu to load sugar for New
Tomorrow, high tido largo 0:20
pm;high tide small 9:45 p m; low
tido largo -1:30 a m; low tide small
G:25 p m.
The bark Colorado arrived this
morning after a fine weather voy
ago from Newcastle. She has
1CG3 tons coal for W G Irwin &
Tho missionary steamor Morn
ing Star has been taken off tho
ways in Oakland creek aud towed
to tho coal bunkers to tako a sup
ply of fuel aboard.
S. N. AiMtrnlln.
S S Australia, voyage No L1J5,
II C Uoudletto commander, loft
San Francisco June 15, 1807, at 2
p m, with 50 cabin and 7G steer
age passengers, and 56 bags mail.
Experienced, tho first 24 hours,
strong N W winds. Thence to
port, light to modorato trade
winds, and fine weather all tho
wny. Arrived Juno 22 at 9 a m.
Time G days, 17 hours, 45 minutes.
June 21 at noon, passed S S Bel
gic, bound north.
Orders from tho Secretary of
tho Navy wero received by the
war ships Monadnock and Mon
terey, at San Francisco, to pro
ceed to Portland, Or., arriving in
time to participate in the Fourth
of July celebration at that place.
Sailing was postponed until Tues
day, tho 22d, due to tho expected
arrival of Captain William Whit
ing, U S N, who will relieve Cap
tain George W Sumner, U S N,
in command of tho Monadnock,
and of the cadets for each of the
monitors, who would report on
From Port Blakely, per bk
Diamond Head, June 21 Miss E
Whitman and Sam Dowsott.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mnuna Loa, Juno 22 T C
Porter, S T Alexander, T 0 Wills,
E Lazarus and wife, E E Bobbins,
GG Kinney, M GSt Anna and
wife, F Koehler, L Vasconsalves,
DrAR Bowat, W Borlowitz, J
Smith, A Enos and wife, Mrs
Mary Alapai, Miss M Eiloweli,
Miss Annie Kileweli, H A Heen,
Mrs Eltnyra Iumnu, Mrs S E
Suuter, Mtb J Courper, Mrs F D
Wicko, Lau Tang, and 59 on deck.
From San Francisco, per S S
Australia, June 22 Mrs Admiral
Beardsloo, M G Beckwith, M
Brasch, T M Carnegie, G A Car
nogie, C J Falk and wife, Miss
Rose Goldsmith, W W Harris and
wife, Hon Win Haywood, wife,
two children aud nurse, Mrs T W
Hobron nnd child, H A Jnoper,
Miss A Jones, Miss D Kerr, Wm
Kerr, Mjbs T Kinney, F L Lam
brechtseu, Miss Jennie MeOrum,
Mrs E M Palmer and two chil
dren, E H Paris, Mrs Pock, Miss
Pock, Misto E Peck, Miss M Peck,
Mrs A Pfoteuhauor, Mies E
Pomoroy, Thos Pratt, Miss Ivy
lucharclBou, Win U SuIImon, J F
Sopor, Mrs Lieut G M Stonoy,
two childreu nnd nurse, Mrs M E
Tonney, Mis A Montaguo Turner,
JO WasBon, Mrs WD Witham,
Mrs H P Wood and child, MisB
Wood, D G Caraarinos.
For Knuai, per stmr James
Makeo, Juno 21 Mr and Mrs S
G O King.
New suitings and pants patterns
are arriving by every mail steam
er for L.B.Kerr. Ho sells a single
yard at wholesale prices.
Tuesday, June 22.
' 8 8 AuttralU, Houdlctte, from 8u Fruu
Am bk Colorado, Molrae, from Newcutle.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Sltacrton, from Hawaii
and Maui. t
DK PA It'll rfKH.
Tuesijat. June 22.
Btmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr W G Hall, Unund, for ports on
Stmr Kllauca Hou, Weir, for Honoblna,
Hakalau, lionomu, I'ohakumanu, and Pepee
Keo. StmrNocau, Peterson, for Lahalna, Ilono
kaa, and Kukulbacle.
Stmr Kcanhou, Thompson, for llonokaa
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Manna Loa 10,1)78 bacs nucar, 88
bags cnlfeo, 57 bags nwa, SO head cattle, 2UU
bills tildes, 75 pkgs sundries.
VKSSKI.J TN PORT.
U 8 S Marlon, M'.ok, San Diego, March IS.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, Sau Dlcgo, April
II 1 ! M 3 Nanltvn Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(CoaMcrs not Included In this list.)
Am sldp Loil.uia, IUtcrow, Newcastle,
Am flap A J Fuller, Matthews, Nagasaki,
Am sell Robert Searlos, Plltx, Newcastle,
Am bktn Kllkltal, Cutler, Port Gamble,
Am echr Louis, Hatch, Newcastle, Juno 13.
Am sclir Esther Uulnie, Anderson, Eureka,
Am bk C D Ilryant, Colly, Lay son Island,
Am ship Aryan, St Clair, Japan, Juno 15.
Am hktii Atelier, C'alliouti, S V, June 17.
Am bk Albert, Orlllltlu, S V, June 17.
Hnw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, Newcastle
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Pui:el
Sound, Juno '.'I.
Am bk l'aluijra, Keller, Pugct Sound,
Am schr O A Thayer, Lllyqulst, l'ugct
Sound, June 21.
Am bk dins I) Kenny, Anderson, New
castle. June 21.
8 S Australia, Houdlctte, Ban Francisco,
Am bk Colorado. Moltnc, Ncwcastlc,June 22,
MJUAH soi!i:iULi: M:rri.t:i.
NnriirlHliiir Sentiment In (lie Sciuile
Washington, Juno 8. The Bo
publican Senatorial caucus today
voted to stand together on all
schedules iu tho tariff. Tho cau
cus instructed tho Finance Com
mittee to report a new sugar sche
dule, to bo all specific and on all
sugar which has gone through a
process of refining, 1.95 cents per
pound duty, instead of 1.875 cents
per pound, as provided by the
House. Coareo raw sugars from
tho Philippino islands and Java
are to be admitted at one-tenth of
a cent less than other raw sugars.
The abrogation of the Hnwaiian
treaty was discussed, but no con
clusion had boon reached when
tho cnucus adjourned.
"There will be a treaty of annex
ation before there will bo a re
formation of the present treaty of
reciprocity," said Senator Davis
of Minnesota today, after tho Re
publican caucus on tho sugar
schedule. And this was tho ex
prcsspd sentiment of a dozen of
those who took part in tho discus
sions of the caucus.
Several membors of the Finance
Committee who framed the bill
with the Hawaiian clause left out
say they aro surprised at tho ex
tout of the annexation sentiment.
Why people come long distances
to buy at tho Palama Grocory.
Reason No. 1 BecauBO ono cus
tomer tolls another how much
they saved by dealing at this live
and let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 Because tho saving
from their grocery bill helps them
to pay their house rent. If you
don't beliovo what our customers
say, just givo ub a call and bo con
vince. Harry Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tel. 755, every time. Goods de
livered. The finest of breakfast sausages
aro to be had at tho Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenuo. Tele
If you contemplate ordoring a
portrait enlargement wo invite
your attention to tho superior
work wo offer aud would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship bofore placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
It's one thing to tako an order
for a portrait aud quito another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have, always been known
to givo satisfaction aud now that
tlioy have reduced their prices so
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. See what they have bofore
J you invest.
-THE G-LORIOTJS 4th-
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian
From 6 to 25 Feet.
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (New Style) Button-holo Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hawaiian Silk Flags,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flags,
Decoration Buuting, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Will be sold at the lowest cash price.
Ejp Assorted Casc3 of Fire Works for parties: $7.50, $10,
$15, $20 and $25.
Island orders solicited
8. W. LEDEIIEB,
P.O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republio of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office:' Kalawao, Molokal, H. I.
Abstract and Business
Having been eutruated from busi
ness men all over the Islands for the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds in a most
thorough, accurate aud complete man
ner, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to those who are re
siding at tho Settlement on short no
Neat Cottage and grounds on' Nuuanu
near Kukui Rtreet, only two uiiuutou walk
from the businosa portion of the city.
604-lf A.V. GEAlt A CO.
I. X. L
and promptly filled.
Corner King and Nuu
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. ScMen. Proprietress,
Rooms Entmlte and Single, with
Board, from $5 50 per week, according
to requirements of the guests.
Tho only Roof Promenade Garden
in the city. GEO. OAV13NAGH,
Telephone 654 :: : Manager.
If you nro interested in the sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your 'while to see the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to S10.00
frames and all. They can't bo beat.
Boforo giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros
have to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can give you the
best value for your money or
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