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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 2, 1897.
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1 4th of July
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Saturday Evening, July
3d, 7:30 Fireworks and
Water Carnival, Hono
1. Beat illuminated morchant or
coasting vessel, f50.
2. Beet illuminated steam
launch. First prize, $25; second
3 lSost illuminated barge (not
loss than G oars). First prize, $20;
second prize, $10.
4. Boat illuminated ship's boat,
(4 oars I . First prize, $15; second
5. Best illuminated skiff, (2
oars). First prize, $10; second
(. Ii"t illuminated canoe. First
prize. 5:10; second prize, $5.
7. i3ott illuminated lloat. First
prize, S15; socond prize, $10.
8. Dent illuminated catamaran.
First prize, S15; second prize, $10.
Entries will close at the Hawai
ian News Company on Friday,
July 2d, at 12 o'clock" ("noon. The
competitors in Nob. 2 to 8, incln
sive, will assemble off the Myrtlo
Bout House on Saturday, July 3d,
at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Liue will
then be formed and the procession
will move up the harbor, around
tho tbo cau buoy off the O. S. S.
Oo.'s wharf, thence to starting
July 5 Monday.
DATLIQHT NATIONAL SA
LUTE. 9 A.M. PARADE
General Oiideus No. 1.
Tho following program is here
by published for the information
of those taking part in tho parado
f tho morning of July 5.
The parade will form at 8:30 a.
m. in order as hereunder men
tioned. Tho First Division will form on
Hotel street in roar of Executive
building, with their right resting
on Richards street.
The Second Division will form
on ll'Vlmrds streetlight refitiri" on
Tho Third Division will form
on mauka side of Boretania street,
with their right resting on Rich
The Fourth Division will form
on Miller and Hotel streets, with
their right resting on Berotania
Tho formation of tho parade
will bo as follows:
Captain J. W. Pratt, Aide.
Grand Marshal W. H. Hoogs.
Chief Aide O. L. Crabbo.
Aidos to Grand Marshal.
Colonel J. H. Fisher, command
ing First Regimout, N. G. II., and
First Regiment, N. G. H.
Major G. O Potter, Aide.
U. S. Naval Battalion, Lieuten
ant Commander Briggs, command
ing. THinn DIVISION.
R. O. A. Poteison, Aide.
Battalion Mounted Police and
Mounted Reserve, Marshal A. M.
Fire Commissioners, n. F. D.
Ohiof Engineer, H. F. D.
Honolulu Fire Department.
H. A. Wildor, Aide.
Dec -rated business and delivery
Tho parade will start promptly
at 0 o'clock over the following
lino of march.
LINE or JIAUCII.
From Richards to King,to Fort,
to Kukui, to Nuuanu, to Sohool,
to Fort, to Vineyard, to Emma, to
Boretania, to Alapai, to King, to
Union Square, past tho reviewing
stand in Executive Building
grounds, to Alakea street, whoro
the parado will be dismissed.
V. H. Hooos, Grand Marshal.
C. L. Crabbe, Chief Aide.
Bicycles. Best decorated, 15;
second, $10; third, S5; fourth, S5;
fifth, $2.50; sixth, $2.50. Best do
corated tandem, $10.
Unofficial Floats. Best decorat
ed, $50; second best, $25; most ori
ginal, 50; eecond, 25.
Masquerado Character. Most
original, $10; second best, $5; third
Masquerade Squad of Eight or
More. Prize, $30.
Hacks and Public Vehioloa.
Best decorated, $20; second, $15;
Business and Delivery Wagons.
Best decorated, $25; second, $20;
third, $15; fourth, $10.
11:30 A. M.- LlTEKAHY EXERCISES
and Music at Oi'era House.
Prayer Rev. J. M. Monroe.
Song Chorus of 20 voices, by
tho DeKoven Glee Club.
Reading of Declaration of Inde
pendence Prof. J. L. Howard.
Song Chorus of 20 voices.
Address Harold M. Bewail,
United States Minister.
Tho United States Flagship Phi
ladelphia's baud will be in attendance.
12 M. NATIONAL SALUTE.
1:30 I'M. Games at the Baseuall
Park. Admission Free.
100 yards dash For boys under
14 years. First prizo, $3; second,
80 yards dash For girls under
14 years. First prize, $3; second,
80 yards dash For boys under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
60 yards dash For girls under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
GO yards dash For boys under
10 years. First prizf, $3; second,
50 yards dash For girls under
10 years. First prize, $3; second,
Boot and shoe race. First prize,
$3; Becoud, $2.
50 yards wheelbarrow race.
First prize, $3; second, $2.
Greased pole. Prize, $5.
100 yards dash. First prize, $10;
Running high jump. First
prize, $5; second, $2.50.
120 yards hurdle. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
220 yards dash. First prize,
810; second, $5.
Running bases. First prize,
$10; socond, $5.
Throwing basebnll. First prize,
$5; second, $2.60.
Pole vault. First prize, gold
medal; second, silver medal.
Option of trophy instead of
Entries for all these events to
bo made to the Clerk of the Course
at the track.
3 i'. m. Baseuall.
Stars vs. St. Louis (Postponed
regular Loaguo game).
Ball at Independence Park Pa
vilion. Tho official and only authorized
program for tho celebration will
bo published by R. L. Scott and
distributed gratis. G45-5t
We, the undersigned dairies, hereby
notify our customers that on and after
July 1, all milk will e delivered from
the Depot of the Uulryruvn'H Ass?o
cUtion Co., Klntf ctriet, Lincoln
Block. Telephone No. G99.
M. A l!Alri8TA,
Dr. Herbert hereby Rives notice
that ho will be ab-ent from the city
until July the twuotleth, during
which time Mr. II. S Ewlug will act
with his full power of attorney, nud
Is authorlzul to eetllo nil accounts.
June 28, 1897. 040 lw
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Tho Transit will haul across
to tho Railroad wharf on Saturday
Tho Louisiana sailed at 11
o'olook this morning iu ballast for
Tho Aryan is recoiving sugar at
the Paoifio wharf today, 3940 bags
H S Co from tho Kcauhou.
The Giuseppe has been receiv
ing sugar at tho Railway ware
house for tho last two days.
The Mauna Loa is discharging
the hulk of tho H A Co's and Hut
chinson's sugar at tbo Oceanic
Tho congested state of the Rail
way warehouse has been rolieved,
and weighing has commenced onco
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:25
pm;high tide small G:05 a m; low
tide large 11:10 am; low tide small
05:4 a m.
Tho Palmyra will haul across
to tho Railroad wharf this aftor
noon, where she will discharge
cargo consigned to the O R & L
Tho little steamor Eaena arrived
in port last evening with 500 bags
of paddy, and sailed again at 10
o'clock this morning for Oabu
Capt Harry Evans captured 4
deserters from tho Louisiana nt 2
this morning. They were placed
aboard before the ship left. Sho
suils with her full crew.
Schooner Mot ha Nelson, 399
tons, now at Tacoma, lumber
thence to Honolulu chartered by
Barkeulino Katie Fliokinger,425
tons, coal from Departure Bay to
Kahului chartered by Charlos
Ship Commodore, 1828 tons,
ballaBt to Honolulu and sugar
thence to New York chartered by
J D Spreckels & Bros Co.
Schooner Hubert Lewers, G09
tons, lumber from Gamblo to Ho
nolulu chartered by Popo & Tal
Mark R. P. Rithot, 1025 tons,
returns to Honolulu in the Plan
Bark Annie Johnson, 977 tons,
returns to Hilo in Spreckels' Line.
Haw bark Santiago, 902 tons,
returns to Hilo in Spreckels'
Brigantino W G Irwin, 331
tons, returns to Honolulu in tho
Schooner Anna, 228 tons, re
turns to Mahukoua in Spreckels'
From Hawaii, per strar Hawaii,
July lO W Johanson, 0 Gibson
and 2 on deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa, July 2 Mr For
rest and wife, Capt Lo Clair, E F
Potter, J 0 Lemhart, W 0 Crowell,
S A Atnalu and wife, J Kealialio
and wife, J E Eekaiula and wife.
J A McCandless, B S Baldwin,
Geo Clark, A L Colsten, G E
Rosencraus and wife, W E Reaves,
H T Mills, Sam Pedro, M Mahu
kano, A J Wilson, Mamakana.Mrs
Holii and children, Miss J E
Eamraer, Mrs Patter, Mr Aku,
Barker and children, Miss Axtoll,
M Chamberlain, M Ellis, Laura
Pali, E Toomoy, Mrs Davis, Miss
R Eahaulelio, 0 Eahaulelio, Mrs
J K R Amalu and G2 on deck.
TlIUKSDAT, July I.
Stmr Hawaii. Weir, from Hawaii.
8tmr KacDtt, Parker, from Oaliu ports.
Ficidav, July 3.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Simcrson, from Hawaii
Strur J A Uummlnt, Scailc, from Oaliu
Fhiday, July 2.
StmrWalaleale, Gregory, for Hanamaulu,
Kllauea, Kallhlwal ami llanalel.
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, for LaUalua
Stmr Kacna, Parker, for Walalua, Puulkl
Am ship Louisiana, Halcrow, for Port
GARGOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex stmr Kacna 500 nogs of paddy.
Rx stmr Hawaii 5525 bags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 06U bags rice.
Kx stmr Mauna Loa 10.1-J7 liaise gui;ar, 4S
bugs awa, I) bas coffee, 25 bdU hides, b5 pkgs
sundries and 27 head cattle.
Tlie Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
1,1:1 rut or nm Hin:itn.i.v.
Continued from 1st Page.
Franco, of Florida by Spain or of
Alaska by Russia, it is tho more
requisite when the act is not ces
sion, but union, involving the
complete incorporation of an alien
sovereignty into tho body politic
of the United States. For this tho
only precedent of our political
history is found in tho uncom
pleted treaty concluded during
President Grant's Administration,
November 29, 18G9, for the annex
ation of the Dominican Republic
to tho United States.
Following that example the
treaty new signed by plenipoten
tiaries of the United States and
the Hawaiian republic leaves to
the Congress of the United States
tho determination of all questions
affecting the form of government
of the aunoxed territory, the citi
zenship and elective franchise of
its inliHbitunts and the manner iu
which laws of tho United States
are to be extended to tho islands.
In order that this independence
of tho Congress shall bo complete
and unquestionable and pursuant
to the recognized doctrine of pub
lic law that treaties cxpiro with
the independent life of the con
tracting state, there haB beon in
troduced out of abundant caution
an express proviso for the deter
mination of all treaties heretofore
concluded by Hawaii with foreign
nations and the extension to tho
islands of the treaties of theUnited
States. This leaves Congiessfreo
to deal with such emiecial regula
tion of tho contract labor system
of tho islands as circumstances
There being no general pro
vision of existing statutes to pro
scribe the form of Government for
newly incorporated territory, it
was necessary to stipulato, as iu
tho Dominican precedent, for con
tinuing tho existing machinery
until provision shall be mado by
law for tho Government, as terri
tory of tho Uuited States, of tho
dominion thus incorporated into
the union, but having in viow
the peculiar BtatuH created
in Hawaii by laws enacted in exe
cution of tho treaties horetoforo
concluded between Hawaii and
other countries, only such Ha
waiian laws are thus provisionally
continued as shall not bo incom
patible with the Constitution or
the laws of tho Uuited States or
with the provisions of this treaty.
It will be noticed thut express
stipulation is mado prohibiting
the coming of Chinese laborers
from the Hawaiiau islands to any
part of our national torritory.
This provision was propor and
necessary in view of tho Chinese
exclusion acts, and it behooves
tho negotiators to sea that this
troaty, which iu turn is to becomo
in due constitutional course a
supreme law of tho laud, shall not
alter or ameud existing law in
this most impoitant icgard.
Department of State, Washing
ton, Juno 15, 1897.
Printed (lucks are just as good,
if not better than anything elso
for boys' shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two vory important
considerations. Eerr has them in
a largo variety of pattornB at eight
yardB for one dollar.
iirendt Jeffress & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea.
Board per Week $4.50
Single Meal 25o
Tea, CnfJVe, Chocolate ami Cake. . .10o
Ice Cream and Cake 15c
tW largest and Coolest Dining
Room in thu city. Open evenings.
Woman's Exr-hanjro Old Stand.
Reopens WEDNESDAY, June 30.
First Glass jWeals, - - 25c.
Now Cooks and Nev. Waiters,
Now Furniture ana Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
1776 THE GLORIOUS 4th 1897
THE I. X.
Open Friday, Saturday and
Monday Evenings, July 2d,
3d and 5th, till 10 o'clock.
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 Stylo) Button-hole Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hawaiian Silk Flags,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flags,
Decoration Bunting, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Will bo sold at tho lowest cash price.
E Assorted Cases of Fire Works for parties: $7.50, $10,
$15, $20 and $25.
tS Island orders solicited and promptly filled.
B. W. LEDUHEll,
P.O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republic of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Oi'Fici:: Kalawao, Molokul, II. I.
Abstract andu- Business
Having been entrusted from busi
ness men all over the Islands fur the
p&Bt years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds iu a most
thorough, accurate and complete muu
ner, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to tlioio who are re
siding at the Settlement on short no
Neat Cottage and Rronndb oaNuunnu
near Kukui street, only two minutes walk
from thu bubluew! portiou of tho city,
004-rf A.V. fiKAUiCO.
Comer KiiiR nnd Nnu
Comer King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. Sduncflen. Proprietress,
Rooms .Kneulte and Single, with
Board, from S SO per week, according
to reqlilrc-inents of the guests.
The only Roof Promenade Garden
in the city. GE J. CAVENAGH,
Telephone G54 : : : Manager.
If you are interested in the sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your while to see tho )
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. They can't bo beat."
If you contomplato ordering a
portrait enlargement wo invitfl .
your attention to tho superior -'
work wo oilor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship boforo placing your
order. King Bros,, Hotol Btreot, ,
,1 J?Z,.juA.MJ., ., m tta ' 'rf