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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 1, 1897.
ii iilllft 1W
4th of July
Saturday Evening, July
3d, 7:30 Fireworks and
Water Carnival, Hono
1. Best illurninnted morcbaDt or
coasting vessel, $50.
2. Best illuminated steam
launch. First prize, $25; second
3. Best illuminated barge (not
loss than G oars). First prize, $20;
second prize, $10.
4. BeBt illuminated ship's boat,
(4 oars) . First prize, $15; second
5.- Best illuminated skiff, (2
oers). First prize, $10; second
G. Bent illuminated canoe. First
prize, S10; second prize. 85.
7. Best illuminated float. First
prize, $15; second prize. $10.
8. Best illuminated catamaran.
First prize, S15; second prize, S10.
' Entries will close at the Hawai
ian Is'owh Company on Friday,
July 2d, at 12 o'clock "noon". The
competitors in iSob. 2 to b', iuclu
eive, will ussoinblo off the Myrtle
.Boat House on Saturday, July 3d,
at 7:30 o'clock uhnrp. Lite will
then bo formod and the processiou
will move up the harbor, around
the judges' bout, theuco to starting
July 5 Monday.
DAYLIGHT NATIONAL SA
LUTE. 9 A.M. PARADE
Line of March Passing out of
the King Street Gate of the Ex
ocutive Building Grounds, down
Merchant Street, to Fort, to
Hotel, to Alakea, to Emma, to
School, to Fort, to King, to tho
Bioycles. Best decorated, 815;
second, S10; third, 85; fourth, 85;
fifth, 82.50; sixth, 82.50. Best de
corated taudum, 810.
Unofficial Floats. Best decorat
cd,850; second best, 825; most ori
ginal, $50; second, $25.
Masquerade Character. Most
original, $10; second best, 85; third
Masquerado Squad of Eight or
More. Prize, 830.
HackB and Public Vehicles.
Best decorated, $20; second, 815;
Business and Delivery AVagons.
Best decorated, $25; second, $20;
third, $15; fourth, $10.
11:30 A. M. LlTKHAltY EXKllCIBES
AKD MUSIC AT Ol'EMA. HOUSE.
Prayor Rev. J. M. Monroo.
Sonp Chorus of 20 voices, by
the DeKoven Gleo Club.
Reading of Declaration of Inde
pendence Prof. J. L. Howard.
Song Chorus of 20 voices.
Address Harold M. Sownll,
United States Minister.
Tho United States Flagship Phi
ladelphia's band will be in attend
12 M NATIONAL SALUTE.
1:30 pm. Games at Tim Baseball
Pauk. Admipsion Fiiek.
100 yards dush For boys uuder
14 years. First prize, $3; second,
80 yards dash For girls under
14 years. Fiiet prize, $3; second,
80 yards dash For boys under
12 yeurs. Firdt prize, $3; second,
GO yards dash For girls under
12 years. First prize, 83; second,
GO yards dash For boy uuder
10 years. First priz-, S3; second,
50 yards dash For girls under
i0 years. First prize, $3; second,
it. ' ...
Boot and shoo race. FirBt prize,
$3; second, $2. ' .
50 yards wheelbarrow raco.
First prize, $3; second, $2.
Greased pole. Prize, $5.
'" ' - ' " -'i 3i fVianljiin i
100 yards dash. First prize, 810;
Running high jump. First
prize, $5; second, $2.60.
120 yards hurdle. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
220 yards dash. First prizo,
f 10; eeond, $6.
Running bases. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
Throwing baseball. First prise,
$5; Bocond, $2.50.
Polo vault. First prizo, gold
medal: second, silver medal.
Option of trophy instead of
Entries for all those ovents to
be made to the Clerk of the Coarse
at the track.
3 p. m. Baseball.
Stars vs. St. Louis (Postponed
regular League game).
Ball at Independence Park Pa
vilion. The official and only authorized
program for the celebration will
be published by R. L. Scott and
distributed gratis. G45-5t
Hrendt Jeffress & Co,,
King Struct, near Alakea.
Board per Week $4.60
Blugle Meal 25o
TVu. Cullee, Clio.olutu uml Cuke. . A0a
Ice Cream and Cake 16c
gS Lirpc't nnil Coolest Dining
Room in the city. Open eveulugs.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Otil Stand.
Reopens WEDNESDAY, June 30.
First Class JVIeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now Waiteis,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABUJRY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit of the Hawaiian Island.
Iu Probate. lu the mutter of tile Ed
late of ACHEVV, late of Wtiiluku,
Mnui, deceased. The petition aud act
counts of the Administrator of the
Estate of said deceased, wherein be
arks that his account-, bonxumlned
aud approved, and that a filial order
be made of distribution of the pro
perty remaining In his hunds to the
persons thereto entitled, and dlccharg
Ins him flora all lurther responsibi
lity as euoli Administrator. It la or
dered that Monday, the 19th day of
July, A. D. Ib07, at 10 o'clock a. ra., at
Chambers, In the Court House, at
Honolulu, be and tho came heteby Is
appointed as the time unci place fur
hearing Mild petition and accounts,
aud that all persons Interested may
then and there appear uud show
cauge, if any they have, why the same
should not be grauted.
By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1897. 637-3t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F1KST CIK
cult of tho MuwaiUn Islands, iu l'robute.Iu
tho matter of the Estato ot John Konnedy,
lato of Honolulu, Oabu, deceased, Intes
tate). Petition having been tiled by George
Andmwx, a fiiond of paid intestate, pray
ing Hint letters of Administration upon sold
estuto be ikstiod to George Andrews, notice
U hereby given that Mondny, llio lutn day
of July, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'cloak a.m.,
in the Judiciary Bi tiding, Honolulu, is
appointed the time and place for hearing
uuid petition, when and where all persons
concerned may appear nnd thow canse, if
any they kavo, why haid Petition should
not bo granted.
Ily tho Court:
GEOHQK LUOAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1897. C37-.1t
We, the undersigned dairies, hereby
notify our cuotomers that on and after
July 1, all milk will lie delivered from
the Depot of the Dairymen's Ai-s.-o-cUtlou
Co,, King street, Lincoln
Block. Telephone No. 01(9.
Dr. Herbert hereby gives notice
that ho will he abneut trom the city
until July the twentieth, during
which' time Mr. H. 8. Ewing will act
with his full power of attorney, and
Is authorized to settle nil accounts.
G HOUGH HERBERT.
June 8, 1S'J7. 04(i lw
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MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Wo havo to thank Pursor Wal
ton of the Mariposa for courtesies
The bark -'Albert it receiving
3500 bags of P M sugar from the
Waialeale this morning.
The Manna Loa is expeoted in
tomorrow morning with sugar for
W G Irwin & Co and O Brower
Tomorrow, high tide large 5:18
pinjhigh tide small 5:10 a m; low
tide large 10:10 a m; low tidu small
0:24 a m.
Tho Waialeale, Capt Gregory,
arrived in this morning from La
haina with 3500 saoks P M BUgar
for H Hackfeld & Co.
The Keauhou will discharge the
3940 bags Honokaa sugar whioh
sue brougbt lor Jb A oobaeier &
Co into tho Aryan tomorrow
The P M S S City of Peking
was detained nntil 10 o'clock a m,
in order that the dispatches
brought by tho Mariposa might bo
The Aryan has hauled to tho
Pacific Mail wharf to complete her
cargo, most of which is awaiting
her in thoQuoonstreot warehouse,
from whence it will bo dragged.
The Alden Bprso arrived yester
day, 19 days out, and was docked
at the Fishmarkot wharf. Sho is
consigned to Irwin & Co, and has
a cargo of general merchandise
amouuting to 1100 tons.
Tho Oceania wharf presented a
very nnimatod appearance for over
an hour beforo tho appointed time
for the Australia to Bail yesterday.
Capt Borger's band and also tho
Kamehamoha baud onliveued tho
scene already bright with leis to
Tho O S S Co's Mariposa, Hay
ward commander, arrived this
morning, and was docked at 7:30.
The pursor reports a fine passage
Spoko the steamer Gaelic on Sut
turday, Juno 26. Tho Mariposa
has brought down a large number
of island people. Only 12 tons of
cargo for Honolulu.
From Maui, per stmr Waialeale,
July 1 Mr Goo Sip and 4 on
From Hawaii, per 6tmr Keau
hou, July 1 Mr Lam Kwai and 5
From San Francisco, per S S
Mariposa, July 1 A O Aiken and
wife, P J Aiken, A D Baldwin, F
F Baldwin, Miss H S Billings,
Prof E E Brown and wifo.P Cald
well, Dr A B Carter, wife, four
children and two servants, Honry
Carter, Thos Carter, Win Carter,
S CaBtle, Miss Eloise CaBtle, Miss
G Clark, Mrs H O Coleman, Thos
Ena, Dr M E Grossman, Mrs F J
Haslaohor, Miss HaBlacher, Lee
Cheu, G Leon, llobt Lowers, Miss
F Manson, J Marsden, Mrs Mc
Donald, G H Mead, wifo and son,
C F Merrifield, Miss I It Robin
son, Miss D Sheohy, E Stopp, A
T Swine and wife, FD Van Buren,
W P Whitley, Miss M P Winne,
Dr aud Mrs Cooper, and more
than 30 for tho Colonies.
Wednesday, June 30.
Am bk Alden Bease, Potter, from San
' Tiiuksuav, July 1.
Strar Waialeale. Gregory, from Lalialna,
8tmr Keauhou, Thompson, from Ilarrmkua,
O S Si Marlpoaa, Hayward, from San Fran
Tiiuiisday, July I.
OSS Marlpoea, Hayward, for tho Colo
OAROOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Waialeale 3500 bags sugar.
Ex .tiur Keauhou 3910 bags Ilouakaa
uar and SO pk eundriea.
Ex S 8 Mariposa 10 tons Ico house goods.
Per OSS Australia 14,775 btes siiar, 510
liai; rice, hit I boxes pineapples, MS boxes ba
nanas, iLVJ'J bunches bananas, 11U0 bundles
hides and 1U5 bundles of plants.
HUSH At Honolulu, Juno .10, to tho wife of
John K Hush, a daughter. Weighs l
Tho Supromo Court is adjourn
ed till Tuosday.
U'. "' $ jfnuhimjiuVn
lMtOThST OF Jtl'AX.
She l'onr Hie Lo ot Her 1'rlvllcnen
In Hie IslnniN.
Washington, Juno 16. -Before
the final signature of the troaty
to-duy the Sccrotary of State was
presented n formal protest by the
Japanese Government through its
legation hero. The protest is un
derstood to bo basod on appre
hension that the special treutios
now existing between Japan and
Hawaii, under which the Japa
nese enjoy advantages, will bo
affected injuriously by complete
Minister Hoahi of Japan do
olined to be scon to-day about the
Firotest, and Secretary Matsu re
used to discuss the mutter in
any way, hut it is learned that
tho Japanese protest wns mado In
Eerson to the State Department
y Minister Hoshi.
The nows of the protect was a
great surprise to the Hawaiian
Locution, and us soon as intelli
gence of it was obtainod, Minister
Hatch started out to loarn the
particiilnrs. Tho oesfntlal point
as to tho protest, it is sud nt tho
HJlwniinu Legation, is whether
tho protest is ugainst the annexa
tion of Hawuii, or is simply a
protest reserving to Japan alTher
rights undor tho existing troaty
with Hawaii. It is believed to bo
Tho Japancso treaty with Ha
waii was made in 1871 and pro
vides that uativus or citizens of
one country shall havo the un
interrupted right to outer into, ie
sido and truilo in the othor coun
try, uud sliiill also have the rights
and privileges enjoyed by the
ponplo of any othor country un
der treaty stipulations with Jupan.
Japan uuder the tieaty conse
quently hus a perfect right to
havo her immigrants enter the
Hnwuiian Islands. Under the in
ternational Inw the annexation of
Elawaii to tho United States
would abrogate this treaty. More
over, a new treaty between the
United States and Japan made
some time ago and to bconnre
effective in 1899 provides that the
United States may exciudo Japa
nese. If Hawaii is annexed the
effect would bo to permit tho
United Stutes to exclude the Japa
nese from Hawaii.
At the Japanese Legation the
dooument riled by tho Japanese
Minister is not regirded na a pro
test against the Hawaiian treaty,
but is considered s a request for
official information. There ap
pears, however, to be no doubt
that, as soon ns Jupar is notified
officially of tho signing of tho
convention, tho Government of
tho United Statos will bo inform
ed that Japan expects nnd de
mands their recognition of all tho
rights and privileges which she
now enjoys undor tho existing
troatios with Hawaii.
Whilo pouceful annexation of
tho Hawaiian Islands would abro
gate tho existing treaties of that
country with foreign powers, Japan
orobubly will contend that tho
United States must aasurao and
rospect Hawaii's obligations to
NIUN1.I) AMI NDimirTED.
Continued from 1st Page.
road to tho Senate. They wore
attentively listened to.
In one part of tho chamber
there was a group of Senators who
bittorly opposed the ratification
of tho treaty. Among thorn wero
Gray, Mills, Pasco, White, Oaf
fory, Pottigrow and McEuery. As
soon as the reading of the docu
ments was completed Senator
Davis, chairman of the Committoe
on Foreign Relations, moved that
the moBsago and .the troaty be
Senator Gray objected to a voto
on the motion aud, under the
rules, a single objection carried
the motion ovor until tomorrow.
Sonator Davis gavo notice that
at the next oxecutive session he
would renew the motion for pub
lication, as all tho ossontial facts
and .almost a verbatim copy of
tho' treaty had been published in
the" press of tho country.
There was sorao discussion as
to whon tho treaty might be con
sidered and Senutor. White asked
if it was tho intention to press it
at this session, andupon tho reply
being made that it was possible,
the' California Senator said: "I
desire to announce that I am pro
pared. to stay hero all summer to
prevent tho ratification, whioh I
consider a very bad proposition."
"I'll join you," said Senator
j Pettigrew of South Dakota.
1776 THE G-LORIOTJS 4th-
THE I. X. L STORE
Open Friday, Saturday and:
Monday Evenings, July 2d,
3d and 5th, till 10 o'clock.
HmH' flfli '' Jm! ikMwiliBi
THE G-LORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian .
ITroin 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (Now Stylo) Button-holo Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hnwaiinn Silk Flags,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flogs,
Decoration Bunting, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
n Will be sold at the lowest cash price,
f Assorted Coses of Fire Works for park'es: 7.50, 10,
$15,) $20 and 25.
I3P Island orders solicited and promptly filled. n
S. W. LEDEKER,
1894 Hurrah for the Republic of Hawaii 18Q7
Tommy ,K. Nathaniel,
Offiok: Kalawao, Mololtal, II. I.
Abstraot and Business
Having been entruuleil from busi
ness men all over the Islands fur the
past yearn, I am prepared to nibke
Abstracts of Titles or DeedH In h most
thoiougb, accurate aud complete man
ner, and to negotiate nulea or leases of
lands belouglug to tbojo who aro ro
Biding at the Settlement on Hhort no
Neat CottnRO nnd RronndS on Nuirnnn
near Kukui street, only two mluutox wulk
ifrooi tho btibluess portion of tho city.
COM A. V. GEAlt L CO.
Corner King nnd Nnu
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Schmeflen, Proprietress.
Rooms Knsulto and Single, with
Board, from $5 60 pur week, according
to requirements of tbe guesta.
lThe only Roof Promenade Garden
In the city. GEO. CAVISNAGH,
Telephone 051 : : : Manager.
If you uro interested in .tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
ba worth your -while lo soo tho
samples at King Bros, at prices
rouging from S5.00 to S10.00
frames and all. They can't be boat.
If you contomplato ordoring a
portrait enlargement wo invite
your nttontiou to tho suporior
work wo offor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship beforo plaoiug your
order. King Bros., Ilotol street.
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