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Vol. III. No. G42.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUKSDAY, JUNE 24, 1897.
PltlOE 5 CENT8,
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EKYGN I NG
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Now goods by every
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Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
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ffo. Office: 305 Fort street,
Bpreckels' Block, Room 5.
THE DIAMOND JUBILEE
Ultinsn RENIOKNTM HOBLT OAR.
BIT OCT TIIK SCIIKIUK.
In Fcnllc Hnll-ny Nolemn WorMilp
On Water and
Congratulations to tho British
residents are in order for tho suc
cessful manner in which the Dia
mond Jubilee colouration was
brought to a closo, in spite of tiie
fact that the weather was never
but threatening excepting for part
of tho time when it was aggres
THE OKAND BALL.
Probably tho rain that drizzled
profusoly just boforo the ball on
Tuesday ovouiug kept many people
away, yet Independence Park
pavilion was densely crowded at
tho opening hour. Still they
camo for some timo until not far
short of a thousand people woro
present. The recoption committeo
was worked hard.
Grand work had boon done by
the decoration committeo. The
chief pieco was composed of a
orown, tho monogram V. R. and
dates 1837-1897 done in colored
eloctrio lamps, over tho ontranco
to the dressing rooms. At tho
opposito end of tho hall, the front
of an elovated platform boro three
portraits of Queen Victoria ono
at her accession when eighteon
yearB of ope, another at tho fifty
years' jubilee in 1887, and tho
third a recent picture Flags, of
different nationB and marine
bunting woro tastefully hung aloft
and on tho walls, whilo palms,
vinos, plants and flowers were
liberally used with good effect.
Captain A. G. S. Hawos, H. B.
M.'s Commissioner, and. other
prominent guests occupied tho
platform in resting times. Presi
dent Dole, Minister Cooper and
Smith, members of the diplomatic
and consular corps, together with
officers of tho American and Jap
anese warships in port, attended
tho ball. Dancing began about 0
o'clock after a rather squeezed
grand march. For nearly an
hour the only light in the nail
was from tho colored design
abovo mentioned, tho white lights
having gono out through somo
break in tho connections. Tho
defect was repaired aB soon as
possible. The Government band
gavo a promonado concert from a
position in the grounds, and the
Hawaiian quintette club furnish
ed music for dancing which was
scarcely strong enough for tho
size of the party.
Supper was served about mid
night in the dining hall. It was
choice in quality but it ib to bo
feared that, owing to tho crowd,
many failed to got access to the
tables. For so largo an assembly,
this experience would suggest,
another system of serving refresh
ments should be adopted. How
over, in spite of little drawbaoks
inseparable from an ontortain
mont of such magnitudo, no sen
timents but thoso of satisfaction
woro hoard from tho people in
THE THANKSQIVINO SERVICE.
St. Androw's Cathedral was fill
ed with tho congregation that as
sembled at 10 o'clook yesterday
for tho Jubiloo thanksgiving ser
vice Clivo Davios, Henry Smith,
A. St. M. Mackintosh and H. M.
Mist wero the ushers. In tho
front pow wero seatod H u M's
Commissioner and Consul Gen
eral, Mr A G S Hawes, Prosidont
Dolo, Mr T 11 Walker, British
Vice Consul, and . Mrs Walker,
while on tho opposito sido. was tho
Quoon Dowager Eapiolani, attend
ed by Priuco D. Kawananakoa
and Mrs Nahaololua. Thero woro
also present Minister and Mrs H
E Cooper, Minister and Mrs J A
King, Miuistor and Mrs W O
Smith, Hon H M Bewail, Amer
ican Miuistor, Mr Shimamura,
Japanese Minister Resident, Sou-
hor Canavarro, Portuguese Com
missioner, Mous Vossion, French
Commissioner, mombors of the
consular corps Admiral Beardsleo
and the Captains and officers of
tho United States ships Philadol
phia and Marion, Capt Kurooka
and officers of H I J M Naniwa,
Mrs Alex Mackintosh, Mrs J Us
borne, Mrs Kitcat, Miss Gay, Mrs
Robinson, Mrs S M Damon and
Tho pooplo had tho ordor of
sorvico, printed in blue and gold,
placed in their hands. It opened
with the British national authotn,
and was boautifully rendered
by a choir of oighty voices,
which hud practised under
tho direction of Wray Taylor, or
ganist of the cathedral. A festival
Te Doura, by J. M. V. Young,was
sung with buaatiful effect, as was
oIbo a Jubilate composed by Mr.
Taylor himsolf. In tho hitter Mrs.
E. D. Tenney sang the solo with
improssivo clearness and purity of
notos. Bov. V. H. Kitcat intoned
a portion of tho service, aud Rov.
John Usborno road tho lessons.
Hev. Alex. Mackintosh preached
from I Samuel v., 21: "And
Samuel said to all the people: Deo
yo hiui whom tho Lord hath
chosen, that thero is nono like
him among all tho people Aud
all tho people shouted aud said:
God save the King." lie spoke
of tho practically universal re
joicings over tho provMonco that
had granted Queen Victoria so
long to reign. Saul's good begin
ning but bad ending was contrasted
with tho steadfast goodness of
Victoria for all these sixty years.
Her whole thought, as that of her
lamented husband Prince Albert,
was for tho welfare and happiness
of her people. Under the rulo of
Victoria arts and sciences woro
promoted, religion was emanci
pated, public life rid of corrup
tion. Some of tho troubles
of tho nation daring the
reign wero mentioned. At
tho first murmur of a foreign
invasion of England's shores, tho
whole manly youth of the country
throw thomeelvos into arms aud
made that splendid army of volun
teers which has for its motto, "Do
fenso not defiance." Tho lesson
tho preacher aimed to impress, in
tho conclusion of his eloquent dis
course, was that tho British poo
ple should show by their public
and privato lives that they appre
ciate tho innumerable blessings
that all can share
The congregation joined in sing
ing tbo hundredth psalm in the
concluding part of the service, and
upon dismission the organist play
ed "God Savo the Queen."
SrOHTH Or THE DAY.
Following aro the winners in
tho various events:
Yaobt race The light souther
ly wind prevailing was bad for
tho yachts and thoy were all of an
hour getting out of the channel.
Aftor being out five hours and a
half tho ruco was declared off.
Tho Rescuo got in first about 3:30,
tho Edith L. being a close soo
ond. Six paddlo canoe Won by Ka
kaako crow in 7:08, Waikiki sec
ond in 7:20.
Six-oared barge Won by Myr
tle crew in 15:21. Timo of Hea
lani crew 15:59. In this raco
Porter, stroke of the Healanis,
slipped off his seat and several
lengths wero lost before ho got into
position again. Tho Healanis
had no chance from the start,
however, against tho more oxpor
iouced crow, of tho Myrtles.
Five oared whaloboat Won by
tho police crow in 20:30. A dis
pute arising over second place in
this raco, tho judges ordered tho
boatboys and U. S. S. Marion
crows to row over again, tho boat
boys winning in oxactly tho Baruo
timo as that mado by tho polico
Ton-oared bargo Won by U.
S. B. Marion in 28 minutes. U.
S. S. Philadelphia second.
Surf boats for ships' crews
Won by Kiuau's mon m 18 min
utes; Mokolii second 18:30.
Tho officials in charge of tho
races woro: Judges: 0. B. Wilson,
A. G M. Robertson and S. E. P.
Taylor; time koepor W. F. Lovo;
starter C. B. Wilson.
100 yards dash for boys under
14 Tom Maov, first; Fred Platts,
second; Geo. Kekili, third.
80 yards dash for girls under
14 A. Lycott, first; M. Wright,
second; j. uusnnel, tuird.
Half milo bicycle raco for boys
Higgius, first; Crabbe, second;
Quarter mile bicycle raco for
boys Ned Crabbe first.
80 yards dash for boys under 12
F. Hughes, first; Tom Fow, sec
ond; J. Sousn, third.
' 1.0 yards dash for girls under 12
M Salter, first; L Costa, second;
E iUaguire, third.
(10 yards dash for boys undor 10
Pulau, first; J Kanaka, second;
H Bushuell, third.
50 yards dash for girls under 10
15 Murray, first; M Costa, sec
oud; M Turner, thitd.
50 yards dash for boys under 8
A Yiorui, first; Kama, second;
High jump for boys undor 1G
J Whito, first; L Wong, second;
Ohong Hoou, third.
Broad jump for boys under 10
J P Kuiua, first; J Kali, socond;
W Hiehi, third.
Running raco for boys under 5
B Nott, first; D Mitchell, sec-
Running raco for girls under 5
N Baird, first; Vieira, second.
Boys' dash- Em Su, first;Brick
wood. second; Koli, third.
Boys' dash Briekwood, first;
Bruus, second; Schnack, third.
Half milo bicycle race for girls
Sophie Jiuld, first; B Lycett,
Bccoml; M Gertz, third.
Boys' dash Shoddon,first;Ross,
Boys' daBh Briekwood, first;
Previous to calling the first
evont on the afternoon program,
tho whceltnon who had ontered for
tho bicycle events got together
and decided they would not race
owing to the muddy condition of
the track. Tbo judges tin ally call
ed tho bicyclo races off, after send
ing two of their number around
the track. This was a great dis
appointment to many who went
out expressly to view these races,
and it was the general opinion
that tho races should havo been
pulled off anyhow. Judging
from tho timo made later
in tho afternoon the track could
not have been vory bad.
(Juo mile run Walcott, first;
Kiwa, Bocond. Winner'8 time
Puttiug lG-pound shot Sproat,
first, 33.3; Cockett, second, 31.11.
100 yards daBh Mooro first,
Hi seconds, Vida Thrum, second;
150 yards wheelbarrow raco
Owing to the number of con
testants in this race two heats had
to bo run. In tho first, the two
wiunors wero disqualified, being
able to seu through tho coverings
supposed to blindfold them. Hao
took first prize aud Pakolo sec
ond. Running high jump Sproat,
first, 5 foot 5J inches; Coleman
Hulf milo run Walcott, first;
Kiwa, second. Timo 2:20 J.
120 yards hurdle race Hapai,
first; Kau, second. Timo 22$
Throe legged raco Thrum and
Willis, first; En Chang and Gum
ihings, second. Time 13$ seconds.
1()0 yards dash for boys under
1G Kama, first; King, second.
Novelty race, ride a milo on a
bicyclo, walk a milo and run a
milo This raco created the most
intcrost of any on the program
but tho intcrost would havo been
greater still if more of thoso on
tored had shown up. As it was
out of thirteen ontries only Syl
vostor, Wulcott ond Clarko mado
thoir appearance Sylvester took
tho lead on his wheol and mado
his first milo in 2:47, Clarko bo
ing nearly an eighth of a milo be
hind and Walcott still furthor.
In tho walking mile Sylvostor
still maintained his long lead,
making tho milo in 10:20, Clarko
ond Y alcott crossing tho tapa to
gether somo 200 yards behind,
lu tho runuiug milo Walcott
soon passed Clarko and mado on
ovidont effort to catch Sylvestur,
gaining steadily on him until tho
three quarter post whero ho gave
up tho effort and jogged in slowly,
just keeping enough ahead of
Clarke to hold second place. Syl
Tester's timo for the running milo
was 5:50, and tho time made by
him in tho three milos, 18:l7$,will
bo nam to beat. Unas. IS. Wilson
and otlior good judges considered
Sylvester's run a splendid perform
ance. Ring throwing contest A
Howe, first; Louis Reynolds, sec
ond. Polo vaulting Coleman, first,
9 feet G inches; WMHb, second.
Running broad jump Sproat,
first, 19 foot 8 inches; Coleman,
Tho 220 yards daih for tho gold
watch aud chain offered by Com
missioner Hawes was won by
Mooro in 24J seconds, with Thrum
a closo second.
Consolation raco, quarter of a
milo Won by B. F. Beardmoro.
Quarter of a milo race En
Chang, first, Kinuoy second.
Tho. sack raco was wou by Ke
pano in 33 seconds, Cummiugs
During the afternoon W. W.
Wiight distributed bags of candy
among tho children, who passed a
merry time with tho swings, see
saws uud other amusements pro
vided by tho committee
At the conclusion of tho races
Mis. T. R. Walker distributed tho
prizes to tho winners iron tho
Jockey Club stand.
Why people come long distances
to buy at tho Paluma Grocery.
Reason No. 1 Becauso ono cus
tomer tells another how much
thoy saved by dealing at this live
and let livo establishment. Rea
Bon No. 2 Because tho saving
from thoir grocery bill helps them
to pay their house ront. If you
don't believo what our customers
Bay, juBt givo us a call and bo con
vince Haiuiy Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tel. 755, every timo. Goods de
livered. I'ur'll Concert.
A farewell concert to Mrs.
Montague Turner, who returns to
San Francisco in tho Australia
next Wednesday, will be given
Monday or Tuesday evening at
the Hawaiian Opera House Be
sides Mrs. Turner, assisted by
local talont, Maurico Beckwith
will contribute his voico to the
program. Ho has returned to his
native land after an absence of
eleven years in the United States
where ho won appreciation as a
buritono singor. Furthor parti
culars will be given later.
IlHiid Concert Till Evening.
Tho Govornmont band will play
at tho Hawaiian hotel this evening
at 7:30, with tho following Belec
tionB in tho program:
Overture Joan of Arc Verdi
Waltz My Krlcnd (latMier
Tho Diamond Jubilee, (by request) ..Kajipoy
Bolo by Mr 1) Moe.
Cornet Solo-Lullaby Emmet
Medley 1'lantntlou Bonn's Coutvrno
Intcrmtzzo Ituulan Franke
Votal Galop Queen Vietttria, (by request)
Han all l'onol.
No Hleaimhlpi to Tahiti.
Tacoraa, Wash., Juue 8. Con
sular Agent Tyson said tonight
that tho proposed Tacoma-Tahiti
steamship lino was a myth. Ho
had misiutorproted instructions to
call for bids for carrying French
mailB to mean tho establishment
of tho lino. Tho rest was tho re
sult of an imaginative newspaper
Wo don't oxpoct you to givo us
tho preforonco if what wo have to
soil is inferior or our prices high
or thau our rivals, but when wo
offor a Btiporior artiolo for loss
mouoy, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into tho mutter.
Call ond sco our samples of
portrait work. King Bios., 110
THREE NEW COMPLAINTS
JAPAN'S UjlLlttllrm HllltVAXCEl
Morn About llir
An i xhIIiiii lienty
Xiiu Rpfiirr ilm
Washington, D. O., Ju't 11.
The Hawaiian legation in Wash
inRton is advised of tl..- new
complaints filed ngrtiufet ihu Ha
waiian Govurnnirut by Japan.
Ono of theso charged the Hawai
ian customs officials with dis
criminating ngaiust Japanese wino
in favor of the California product;
another takes exception to an
ordor of tho Hawaiian Board of
Immigration to tho ownors of
plantations, requiring them in
making contracts for Oriontal
labor to. mako these contracts for
two Chinese to ono JopaneBO in
overy case. Tho third couiplainB
of an ordor displacing a Japaneso
physician on n plantation. Tho
legation is also iufoimed that
thero i no abatement of tho Jap
aneso demands on account of Ha
waii's position with reference to
JN'OTE The first of the abovo
grievances has reference to tho
alleged discrimination of Hawaii
against Japanese soke iu favor of
California wines, and arises from
the law passed by tho last Legis
lature raising tho duty on sake
abovo a cortum alcoholic strength
after July 1 of this year. As the
law is a general one aud tho word
"sake" is not mentioned therein it
is doubtful if tho objection will
A Washington dispatch of tba
Bauio dato gives tho following as
the terms of the new treaty:
"Hawaii surrenders nil territory
to the United States and becomes
part of the United States under
the name of tho 'Territory of Ha
waii.' Tho United States assumes
Hawaii's debt up to S4.000.000.
All citizens of the present lepublie
become citizens of tho United
States, except thoso Asiatics al
ready excluded from the privilege
of Uuited States citizenbhip, and
Chinese now in Hawaii ore for
bidden to migrate to tho United
States. The present Government
ond laws of Hawaii are to continue
iu force, except as may directly
conflict with tho constitution of
the United States, until Congress
has time to framo new laws for
A complete dotailcd statement
of trado with Hawaii has been
prepared by the treasury for the
use of the Senate in considering
the Hawaiian treaty question.
With the Hawaiian treaty in tho
hands of tho United States Senate,
tho political complexion of that
body will be of undoubted interest
to tho Bulletin's readors. Hero
it is, taken from a recent lasuo of
tho Washington Post:
With the swearing in of Sena
tor MoLauriu tho political com
plexion of the Senate ii establish
ed for some timo to come It is
Domocrats , 31
Populists , 7
Silver Republicans 5
Vacancy (Oregon) 1
Necessary for a majoi lty 40
lliiKclea and IMmfloiit,
Gus Schumon begs to inform
tho public that ho has on hand a
fiuo now lino of Surroys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons and Curtfe;
Doublo aud Single bu'gy, Ex
press and Hack HtirwHi made
specially for tho Hawaiian trade.
Those goods aro now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
The finest of broakfu! snqsApeg
aro to bo had at tho Oftitnil Meat
Market on Nunuuu awuuii, Tl