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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 3, 1897.
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4th of July
Saturday Evening, July
3d, 7:30 Fireworks and
Water Carnival, Hono
1. Boat illuminated morcbnut or
coasting vessel, $50.
2. Best illuminated steam
launch. . First prize, $25; second
3 BeHt illuminated barge (not
leas than G oars). First prize, $20;
econd prize, $10.
i. Best illuminated ship's boat,
(4 onrs) . First prize, $15; second
5. Best illuminated skiff, (2
oars). First prize, $10; second
0. Best illuminated canoe. First
prize, S10; second prizp, S3.
7. lieat illuminated flout. First
prize, S15; second prize, $10.
6. Bent illuminated catamaran.
First prizo, $15; second prize, $10.
Entries will closo at the Hawai
ian Nowb Company on Friday,
July 2d, id 12 o'clock fuoou. The
competitors in Nob. 2 to 8, inclu
sive, will assemble off tho Myrtle
Boat House on Saturday, July 3d,
at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Line will
then bo formed and tho procession
will move up the harbor, uround
tho tho can buoy off the O. S. S.
Co:'a wharf, thence to starting
July 5 Monday.
DAYLIGHT NATIONAL SA
LUTE. 9 A.M. PARADE
General Orders No. 1.
Tho following program iB horo
by published for tho information
of those taking part in the parado
of the morning of July 5.
The parade will form at 8:30 a.
ta. in order as hereunder men
tioned. The First Division will form on
Hotel street in roar of Executive
buildiug, with thoir right resting
n Richards street.
The Second Division will form
on Richards stroet,right resting on
Tho Third Division will form
on mauka sidoof Boretanin street,
with their right resting on Rich
The Fourth Division will form
on Miller aud Hotel streets, with
their right resting on Berotania
The formation of tho parade
will bo as follows:
Captain J. W. Pratt, Aide.
Grand Marshal W. H. Hoogs.
Chief Aide O. L. Orabbe.
Aides to Grand Marshal.
Colonel J. H. Fisher, command
ing First Regiment, N. G. II., and
First Regiment, N. G. H.
Mujor G. C. Potter, Aide.
U. S. Naval Battalion, Lieuten
ant Commander Briggs, command
'ing. THIRD DIVISION.
R. O. A. Peterson, Aido.
Battalion Mounted Polico and
Mounted Reserve, Marshal A. M.
File Commissioners, H. F. D.
Chief Engineer, H. F. D.
Houolulu Fire Department.
H. A. Wilder, Aide.
Decorated business and delivery
wagouH. ' .
Tho parade will start promptly
nt 9 o'olock over .tho following
lino of xntfrch.
LINK Or MARCH.
From Richards to Eing.to Fort,
to Kukui, to Nuuanu, to School,
to Foit, to Yineyurd, to Emma, to
Borotanio, to Alapai, to King, to
Union Square-, past tho roviowing
stand in Executive Building
grounds, to Alakea street, where
tho parado will bo dismissed.
W. H. Hooas, Gruud Marshal.
C. L. Crabde, Chief Aide.
Bicycles. Best decorated, $15;
second, $10; third, $5; fourth, $5;
fifth, $2.50; sixth, $2.50. Best de
corated tandem, $10.
Unofficial Floats. Best decorat
ed, $50; second best, $25; most ori
ginal, $50; second, $25.
Masquerade Character. Most
original, $10; second best, $5; third
Masquerado Squad of Eight or
More. Prizo, $30.
Hacks and Public Vehioles.
Bost decorated, $20; second, $15;
Business and Delivery Wagons.
Best decorated, $25; second, $20;
third, $15; fourth, $10.
11:30 a. m.- Literary Exercises
and Music at Opera House.
Prayer Rev. J. M. Monroe.
Song Chorus of 20 voices, by
tho DoEovon Gleo Club.
Reading of Declaration of Inde
pendence Prof. J. L. Howard.
Song Chorus of 20 voices.
Address Harold M. So wall,
United States Minister.
The United States Flagship Phi
ladelphia's baud will be in attendance.
12 M. NATIONAL SALUTE.
1:30 pm. Games at the Basedall
Park. Admission Free.
100 yards dash For boys under
14 years. First prizo, $3; second,
80 yardB dash For girls under
14 years. First prizo, $3; second,
80 yards dash For boys under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
CO yards da9h For girlB under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
GO yards dash For boys under
10 years. First prize, $3; second,
50 yards dash For girls under
10 years. First prize, $3; second,
Boot and shoo race. First prize,
$3; second, $2.
50 yards wheelbarrow raco.
First prize, $3; second, $2.
Greased pole. Prize, $5.
100 yards dash. First prizo, $10;
Running high jump. First
prize, $5; second, $2.50.
120 yardB hurdle. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
220 yards dash. First prize,
810; second, $5.
Running bases. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
Throwing baseball. First prizo,
$5; second,. $2.50.
Pole vault. First prizo, gold
medal; second, silver medal.
Option of trophy instead of
Eutries for all those events to
bo made to tho Clerk of the Courso
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
Crogrnm for tho celebration will
o published by R. L. Scott and
distributed gratiB. C45-5t
A New and Thoroughly Klllcient Des
troyer lor all
Dandruff in the Head.
Guarantied to Cine tho Scalp o( all Skin Di
sease Put up lu olu bUo bottle ouly.
Criterion Barber Shop,
Fort St., Onp Pantheon Stables.
Dr. Herbert hereuy gives notice
tliif. lit' Hill Iih uli-itiit irinii the city
until July the twentieth, riming
whlitli (line Mr. II. 8. Kwliig will out
with lib lull power of attorney, mid
la iiuUioiIzmI to Bottle all iiccniiiitfl.
June Ufa, 161)7. UG-lw
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Tho Roanoke is now due from
Tho Albert is receiving 2491
bags E P lugar from the W G
There are about 7000 bags of
sugar waiting tba Alden Besae at
tho Oceauio wharf.
Tho schooner Ka Moi will dis
charge 27G0 bags of Hamakua
BUgar into the Transit.
The Eaala arrived in port yes
terday afternoon with 1300 bags
of rice and paddy but brought no
Tomorrow, high tide large 6:27
pro; high tide small 7:00 a m; low
tide large 1:20 a m; low tida small
0:16 p m.
The harbor will bo a sight
worth seeing tonight, provided
tho clerk of the weather is in a
Capt Mosher of the Eaala re
ports that Laiewai rice planta
tion baa 2000 bags of paddy
awaiting shipment and that by
'Wednesday Hauula plantation
will have 2400 sacks.
The Rio de Janeiro, Wm Ward
captain, arrived and was docked
at the Uceauio wharf at noon to
day. Tho pursor reports, left
San Francisco on Juno 26 aud
experienced good weather. Tho
Rio brought very littlo mail and
only a few parcels of merchandise
for this port. liiiai
From Molokai, por stmr Moko
lii, July 3 J F Brown and fami
ly, and 20 on deck.
From Eauai, pir stmr James
Makoc, July 3 Miss Bermam,
Mr J Bast and 11 on deck.
From Eauai, per stmr W G
Hall, July 3 A Conradt, MJ
Soaros, T H Gibson, H Isenberg
aud wife, E P Cooke, D Conway,
J S McCandless, O Hosse Jr,
Father Leonor, Misses Hart
well and others.
From San Francisco, per P M
S S Rio do Janoiro, July 3 For
Honolulu: Rev R F Thomas,
Rev R F Springer, M O Mott
Smith, Dr Victor Riedel. For
Yokohama: Guster Eaemmer
ling, U S N, W E Bowditch, Her
man A Hezdt.
For Maui per stmr Eeauhou,
July 2 D Aiken, A O Aiken aud
wife, G B Scrhaeder, O Gilbert,
Young Song, W Norton, W H
Coruwell, W Vida, and 0 Long.
Viudat, July 3.
Bclir Ka Mol, from Hamakua.
Stmr Kaala, Mosher, from Oahu ports.
' Btuir James Makce, Tullett, ' frpm Kauai.
Stmr W O Hull, Haglund, from ports on
Btrar Mokolli, Bennett, from Molokai,
Maul and Lanal.
BUtn O C Funk, from Newcastle.
Btmr Kaena, Parker, from Oahu ports.
P M 8 8 City of Rio dc Janeiro, Ward, from
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex schr Ka Mol-2760 bags of sugar.
Ex sttnr Janus Makee 2553 bags sugar,
200 bans rice.
Ex stmr Mokslll 15 head cattle, 15 head
calves, 80 sheep.
Ex stmr Kaala 800 bags paddy, 500 bags
rice, 10 2 bai;s bran, TO pkj;B of sundries.
Ex stmr W (1 llall-J4UI bni;s sugar, 75
dors rice. 6 cow s, 0 calves, 1 horse, 82 pkgj
AT HAKLG IHI.ANU.
Pntrlutlc Alra for the Sunday After
dob Band Concert.
Professor Borgor has prepared
tho following program of patriotic
music for the Sunday aftornoou
band concert of tho Government
band at Makee Jsland,commenoing
at 3 o'olock:
Tho Old Hundred.
Finale Carmen BUct
Fantasla-M) Old Kentucky Home
Selection Ye Olden Times Bsker
Cornet Solo Ti amp.Tramp, Tramp
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
Medley Phi ntatlou Songs Contorno
runfrc Mllltalre (new) Aether
Finale American Melodies Uoier
"Hip Stn- Spangled Hanucr.
In the polico court this morning
Seo Tim was given eight months
on the' reef and On Wo five
months for larceny. Thoy took
advantage of tho recent firo to
steal a quantity of Hour and othor
groceries during tho excitement.
1776 1894 1897
J. M. Webb rocoived per
"Australia" and has now dis
played an ologant lino of
American Flags in Silk, Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Muslin,
Large Shields, New Hawaiian
Flags made to order from the
official copy, Red, Whito and
Bluo Tissue Paper for
festooning, Fancy PoleB for
silk flags, Large Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Garfield and President
Wm. MoEinloy, Jr.
All Prices Just Right !
No. 316 Fort. Street.
Ar-Endt jBffress & Gn.,
King Street, near Alakea.
Board per Week $4.60
Single Meal 25o
Tea. Coiree, Cliocolato unit Cake. . .10c
Ice Cream aud Cake ISo
Lirueftt anil Coolest Dining
Koora in tile city, upon evenings.
FAMILY LUNCB ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
Reopens WEDNESDAY, June 3a.
First Class Weals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Waiters,
New Furniture aud Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
The undersigned having been appointed
Administratrix ol tho estuto of Nunc; S.
Ellis, late of Honolulu, Oahu, d-cetod, by
order of the Honorable A. I'erry, Cirouit
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, hereby
noiifies all persons huvlcg cImIiob against
said ostato to pieseut thj sua-e with vou
chers duly authenticated, even though tlie
same be secured by mortgage upon real
ostii e, to her tit the office ot J. Ahred Ma
goon, Honolulu, Oahu, within ill (G)
months from the ditto hereof, or such
claims will be forever burred. All persons
indebted to said estate a o also notified and
directed to pay such debts to the adminis
tratrix. VICTORIA S ELLIS,
Administratrix of the Estate of Nancy S,
Dated Honolulu, June 20, 1897. C44-U
By virtue of a Writ of Exeeution issued
out of the District Court of Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, on the 26th day of June,
A. D. 1897, against Ynn Fook Suing (Oh),
defendant, in favor of Yong Seong (Oh),
lalntiff, for tho sum of Forty oue 15 100
lollnrs, I have lowed upon and shall ex
poeo for pnlo nt tho tntinn House, Knla
kaua Building, in the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oniiii, at 12 n'clook noon of
Monday, the 20th day nf July, A. D. 1897,
to tho highest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of the suld Yun Fook Suing
(Ch), defendant, in and to the following
proporty, nnlest said judgment, interest,
costs, and my exponscs bo previously paid.
List of property for salei
1 Carriage known as Iluok No. 49.
U. It. HITCHCOCK,
' i Doputy Marshal Kopubllo of Hawaii.
G44.6t "rr ;
Notice is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect all accounts owing
the Honolulu Dairy, andall
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present the same at
once at tho oflico of Jumes I.
Ppwsett, Queen street,
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
A Cottago ou muultii biilo of King
sheet, near IjIIUiiv alreot. Possession
given at once. Apply to
1D If A. V. GEAR & CO.
1776 THE &LORIOTJS 4th
THE I. X.
Open Friday, Saturday and
Monday Evenings, July 2d,
3d and 5th, till 10 o'clock.
HHwB- LV v ILv ' iLBLLBi
THE G-LORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,,
American and Hawaiian
Krom 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (New Style) 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 be sold at the lowest cash price.
" Assorted Cases of Fire Works for part'es: $7.50, $10,
$15, $20 and $25.. " ,v
Island .orders solicited
S. W. LEDEHER,
P.O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republics of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, MoloUal, II. 'I.
Abstraot and Business
Having been entrusted from busi
ness men all over tbe Islands (or tke
past years, I am preparod to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds In a most
thorough, accurnto and complete man
ner, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lauds belouglug to Uiojo who ure re
siding at the Settlement on short no
tice. '' 633.3m
Neat Cottage and grounds on Nuuanu
ucar Kukui stnet, only two minute wtilk
from tlio busluem portion of tho city.
OU-U A. V. CEAll if CO.
and promptly filled.
Corner King and Nuu
anu Stx. .
Comer King und Alakea Streets.
Houolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. Sclmictoi, Pronrietress.
Rooms Ensulto ami Single, with
Board, from $5 60 per week, according
to requirements of tbe guests.
The only Roof Promenade Garden
in the city. GEO. OAVENAGH,
Telephone 064 : : : Manager.
To bo kt Willi llw Fixtures therein Hie nor.
tlon of tlio Wuvcrloy llloclc, on Bethel etreet
now occupied by CuloiJ & Comiiauy. Ap
ply to "
B-ot HENKY WATEIUIOUBE.
Booms To Let.
Suitable for two munll fntnllli.a l
separute buildings; euoli prtlully fur
nished If leiiulred. fnqulro of
, . . N. R IIUKOKSS,
W7-tf 18J Miller BtretiU