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EVENING BULLETIN', JULY 3. LH97,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bicyclo races at 2.
Basoball at Makeo at 3:30.
Band concort at Emma square
Henry Smith, trustee, has
money to lend.
Fireworks and water carnival on
the bay at 7:30.
Parade notice to tho First Bat
talion appears elsewhere.
The Morning Star was expected
to sail for Honolulu last Tuesday.
There are in all 227G pieces in
tho fireworks to be set off tonight.
Dancing at the Hoalani and
Myrtle boat houses during the
The Mohican whon repaired
will probably relieve the Marion
Monday boing a national holi
day no paper will bo published
from this office.
There are in all sovon bicycle
events for this afternoon's meet
ing at Eapiolani park.
Judge do la Yergne imposed tho
usual fines on four gamblers and
one drunk this morning.
The annual meeting of the Pio
neer Building and Loan Associa
tion will bo held on Tuesday oven
ing. A number of Honolulu people
left on tho Keauhou yesterday to
ako in tho Maui races at Spreck
elsville. The finest of breakfast sausages
are to be had at the Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Tho arrests mndo this morning
were a Ohinaman for RBsault ana
battory and a native for deserting
The Pacifio Oyclo & Manu
facturing Go. have on hand a stock
of shotgun ammunition for tho
opening of tho dove season.
For assaulting und battering
Joo Brown one Joe Laca was
severely reprimanded by tho Dis
trict Magistrate this morning.
This afternoon ball game is
between the Regiments and St.
Louis. On Monday afternoon the
Stars and St. Louis teams play.
F. Godfrey has issued programs
of the postponed Jubilee bicyclo
races to-be run this afternoon.
They can be obtained at the park.
An exchange says tho Princeton
precedent should settle tho ques
tion of tho title to bo given an ex
Presidont. Make each of them an
LL. D. and call him doc
On July 1 thore was inaugurat
ed in Paris a service of COO moto
cycles for public use. They aro to
run throughout tho city and the
faro is to bo one franc
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Young Men'B
Christian Association will be
Jostponed from Monday might,
uly 5, to Monday night, July 12.
Court Lunalilo, No. GCOO, A. O.
F., installed officers for tho ensu
ing term laBt night. The installa
tion ceremonies were followed by
a banquet and general good
There will be special services
and sermon at the Central Union
church tomorrow evening, with
appropriate music by an enlarged
choir, to which all Americans are
It is impossible to smash a
bioyole so badly that the Hawaiian
Cycle & Manufacturing Co. can
not mako it as good as now, as
they understand building and re
pairing thoroughly in all its
United States Minister Bewail
and Mrs. Sowall will hold a re
ception on Monday afternoon
from 3 to 6 at tho Peacock resi
dence, Waikiki. A cordial invita
tion is extended to the publio
The Supreme Court of Califor
nia has dissolved tho injunc
tion against the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Company.
Held, that tho foreign court had
jurisdiction of tho matter, and
that it was properly comraonced
Tho following is found in a
New York dispatoh of Juno 17 :
"The engagement is announcod of
Mrs. Graham and Artist Hubert
Vos. Mrs. Graham was, priorto
hor marriage, a Hawaiian prin
cess. Vos came to this country
for tho Chicago Exhibition and he
has since romained."
PROGRAMME FOR MONDAY!
THE MOtirU TO HE TAKfcN BY
Exerclnen at Independence Park
(Junes In the Afteraooii nd
, Ball In the Kvcnlnir.
Tho firing of a national salute
of 21 guns at daylight on Monday
morning is tho first ovont on tho
program for Monday's colobration,
but Honolulu people need not get
up at that early hour unless they
wish, for they will have until 9
o'olock to get breakfast and get
down town to seo tho parade. This
will start from the Executive
building sharp on the hour named
and will proceed down Richards
street to King, to Fort, to Eukui,
to Nuuanu, to School, to Fort, to
Vineyard, to Emma, to Oerotania,
to Alapai, to Eiug, paBsinc review
ing stand in front of Executive
Building, to Alokea street, where
it will be dismissed. After pass
ing the reviewing stand, the
National Guard will be lined up
on either side of Alakea street
while the rest of the procession
passes between tho lines. This
will give the men a chanoe to see
the parade themselves. They will
thou escort the naval battalion to
the boat landing before being
The Literary Exercises at Inde
pendence park commence at 11:30
a. m! and, will be. short. They
win consist or a prayer oy itov.
J. M. Monroe, the reading of tho
Declaration of Independence by
J. L. Howard, an address by
United States Minister Sewall
and tho benediction pronoutffeed
by Rev. D. P. Birnie. Betweon
each of these there will be patrio
tic songs by the Do Koven Gleo
Club of twenty trained voices and
music by the excellent band of
the flagship Philadelphia. There
is such a very general desire to
hear Minister Sewall, whose
reputation as a publio Bpoaker has
preceded him hero, that those
desiring good Boats will do well to
At noon national salutes will be
fired from the Government bat
tery and all the war vessels in
The games at the baseball
grounds commence at 1:30 p. m.
and will be ovnr in time to com
mence the bull game between the
Stars and St. Louis teams at 3
o'olock. Admission to the grounds
and ball game is free to every
body. Many private dinners will be
given in the evening by prominent
citizens, but at 8 o'clook every
body will bo wending their way to
Independence pavilion again, to
take part in tho grand ball with
which the Fourth of July festivi
ties will be brought to an end.
Two bands will alternately furnish
musio for the dancing, so that all
will have a chance to indulge in
In Chicago there is a hospital
for sick and wounded biids.
It took the Australian court
just three days to try and convict
the murderer Butler.
For Sale One Columbus phae
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the very finest vehicle ever
brought to this country, guaran
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Honolulu roads; can be inspooted
at the Club Stables.
W. L. Howard will lead the
gospel meeting at the Young
Men's Christian Association on
Sunday evening, July 4. Subjeot:
"God's goodnesB to us and warn
ing as a Nation." Reference;
Dsut. 8, 5-20. These meetings
are specially for young men and
they are invited to be present.
At the Christian church tomor
row, both morning and evening
sorvices will bo of a patriotic
nature. Morning subjeot: "True
Liberty; Its sourco and Nature."
Evening: "Government by the
People; What is Its Origin?
What Will Its Future Be?"
Thero will bo patriotic musio at
the evening service undur the
direotion of Prof. Cook.
The Biennial Meeting
Of the Members of the Queen's Hos
pital Corporation will be held at the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on THURSDAY, the 20th of July,
1897, ut 10 a. in.
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