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Voi. VII. No. 1202.
Order of Procession
July 4th, 1899
The parade will form at 8:30 a. m. In
order as hereunder mentioned! The First
Division will 'form on Hotel street In
rear of Executive Building with Its rights'
resting on Richards street.
The Second Division will form on
Richard street with fts right resting on
The Third Division will form In Union
Square on the makal side with Its right
resting on Richards street.
The formation of parade will be as
Capt. W. C. Wilder, Jr., Aide.
Grand Marshal Capt. W. G. Ashley.
Chief Aide C. L. Crabbe, Aides to
v Grand Marshal.
Lieut. Col. S. M. Mills, Comdg. U. S.
6th Arty, and Staff.
Detachment of Blue Jackets from U. S. S.
Colonel J. W. Jones, Commanding First
Regiment, N. G. H. and Staff.
First Regiment, National Guard of Ha'
Lieut. L. T. Kenake, Aide.
.Marshal A. M. Brown.
Deputy Marshal H. R. Hitchcock.
Deputy Marshal Chas. Chlllfngworth.
Honolulu Fire Department. t
Capt. J. O. Carter, Jr., Aide.
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, 1899, their Grocery and Pro
vision business was absorbed
and taken over by Henry May &
Co., Ltd., and the Hardware and
Crockery departments by the
..Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we de
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
business will be continued at our
present stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1809.
A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
Decorated Buslnessand Delivery Wagons.
The Parade Will Start Promptly at 9
o'clock a. m.
LINE OF MARCH.
The procession Will form at Richards
and Hotel streets, and move down Richards
to Merchant, to Nuuanu, to King, to Fort,
to Vineyard, to Emma, to Alakea, to
King, thence along King street past the
reviewing stand at the entrance to the Ex
ecutive xrouh3s, beyomkwhlch the pro
cession will be dismissed.
LIST OF PRIZES.
Best decorated bicycle $15 00
Second best decorated bicycle 10 00
Third best decorated bicycle 5 00
Fourth best decorated bicycle 5 00
Fifth best decorated bicycle 2 50
Sixth best decorated bicycle.. . 2 50
Best decorated tandem 10 00
Best decorated t ?o 00
Second best decorated 2$ 00
Most or einai so 00
Second most original 25 00
Best decorated fire encine 10 00
Second best decorated fire engine... 20 00
HACKS AND PUBLIC VEHICLES.
Best decorated I 20 00
Second best decorated 15 00
Third best decorated 10 00
BUSINESS AND DELIVERY WAG
ONS. Best decorated $ 25 00
Second best decorated 20 00
Third best decorated 15 00
court 11 uesi decorated 10 00
PROGRAM OF THE FOURTH
National salutes at sunrise.
Parade at q a. ni.
Literary exercises 1 1 the Opera
at 1 1 a. ni.
National salutes at noon.
Sports at Maklki Baseball Grounds begin
at 1:30 p. m.
Baseball game at 3'-3o p. m.
National salute at sunset. '
Fireworks at 7:30 P. m. In the Executive
Ball In the Drill Shed at 9 p. m.
A PEN IS LAID fd REST
State Funeral of Lite Kaplolanl'Wy
Services at Kawalabao Church Witnessed
Great Numbers of People-Ho Delay
lo Start to Cemetery.
While tho miuuto gnus wero
booming forth frr? .''mo top of
Punchbowl Sunday afternoon the
prooesBion accompanying tho body
of tho lato Queen Dowager Kapio-
lani was wending its way slowly
toward the Royal Mausolonm in
Tho funoral sorviccs in old Ka
waiahao church began at about 2
o'clock. Thoro was lnrdly stand
ing room in tho placo. Natives
represented the largest number
tirceent but thero was also a good
y representation of foroiguers
among whom wero a groat many
friends of tho late Queen.
rue members ot tho olorgy of
the Anglican Church entered Ko
waiahao shortly before 2 o'clock
und took the places assigned thorn.
The Burpliced choir went to thoir
seat6 in the choir together with the
choir of Kawaiahno church. Onoo
seated a Boltction on the violin,
Handel's "Largo," wsb played on
tho violin by Dr. 0. E. Wall with
organ accompanimont by Wray
Taylor. Next came the invocation
by Bishop Willis who had chargo
of tho eprvicos and then a hymn by
tho combined choirs. This was
followed by a hymn in Hawaiian
sung by tho Kawaiahao choir. Tlio
Scripture loason read by Bishop
Willie, tho notes of tho orgnn
pealed forth tho first notes of the
hymn "Nearer My God To Thee."
Mrs. Aunis Moutugue Turner roso
und sang with great fooling this
most boautiful piece of sacred rau
pic. Tho services wore concluded
by the singing of tho hymu, "Just
As I Am Without One Plea" by
tho surplicod choir. Tho Clergy
formed in line and the caBket
bearers lifting tho coffin from tho
bier, bore it slowly to tho catafal
quo outside. Just as tho ca3ket
was lifted Wray Taylor played
Chopin's funoral march and as it
was being borno down the aislo,
"Home Sweet Homo" was played.
The procession had been formed
boforo the coffin left tho church so
that luero was no delay m start
ing. Tho head was p'ueed far
down King 6troet. Immediately
tho start was mada ibo waitings of
the uativos began. All was nctivi
ly. Tho baud led off with oue of
the bont known funeral marches
and ail the people in Hun took tho
Four Hawaiians dressed in
black with imitation feath
er oapos on thoir shoulders
ami bearing- kukui-nut torches
headed the procession. Next came
Arthur Brown, Marshal of tho
Ropublic, accompauied by Deputy
Marshal Chilliugworth and Cap
tain Parker at the head of tho
mounted nud foot police com
manded by Captain Spllucr and
Cuptain Holi, respectively.
A large body of sludenta from
Kumehumeha school wero next to
tho police. The boys wero in tho
gray uniforms of tho school. Im
mediately following was a largo
body of girls from St. Androw's
Priory and then about throe hun
dred Portuguese of two benefit
societies, carrying thoir banners,
A largo number of Hawaiian
women of various societies nud
uumboring about fivo hundred,
was tho noxt in lino. Tho matron
of Eapiolani Maternity Homo and
members of tho society and tho
tenants nnd retainers of the late
Major Potter Grand Marshal
and aides, wero followed by tho
Portuguese band with Rev. Father
Valentino lending. Tho Aiti lery
men from Camp McKiuloy made
a vory fino showing. Col. Mills
was in command. Thoro was
quite a detachment of bluojnekoto
from tho Iroquois and thon came
the Govommfcnt band with Cap
tain Merger lending. Tho N. G.
H. was commanded by Col. Jones
mounted. Accompanying him
woro his aides,
Tho catafalque boaring tho caB
ket was a hambomo ono of black
draped in fhe samo color and sot
on small wheels, Drawing it
wero two lines of nativo poolas
dressed in black sweaters and
white trousers and weariug imita
tion feathet capes on thoir should
ers. J. KyKaalia was in com
mand of tho mon and his captains
add lieutenants woro placed both,
iusido aiiril outside tho ropes.
Thero werp over 450 poolas.
Preceding the poolas wero John
T. Baker and another Hawai
ian bearing the decorations of tho
late Queen. About the catafalque
wero thebonrers of tho largo and
small kahilis aud tho following
pall-bearorb: J. "V. Bipikano,
W. P. Lamaheihoi, Prince Albert
K. Kunuhikea, Wm. Auld, E. K.
Lilikalam, Major 0. P. Iaukoa, S.
M. Kanakanui, D. L. Naono, J. L.
Kaulukou, Geo. C. Bookloy, Sam
uol Parker aud Minister E. A.
Immediately following was Sam
uel Parker, Jr.. boarins the mi-
loulou or tabu stick of the Oueon.
Following' (ho catafalquo were-tho
carnages as already announced.
Tho Hrrivl nt tho cemoterv
was very quiet. The various
parts of the procession wero as
signed their places nud tho caskclJ
was borne into tho mausoloum by
Thero tyero but vory fow people
iu tho mausoleum. The commital
servico of the Church of England
was road and thon the ohoirs sang
a hymn. The benediction was
said by I ho Bishop and as the
people filed out Wray Taylor
plnyod "Hawaii Ponoi" on tho
Major Potter deserves great
oredit for his handling of the pro
cession. His management of
affairs waa without fa.ult.
Wunled t uo to Manila.
A trunk, baud boxes and sever
al bags of clothing intended by
their owners as baggago on the.
transport Zealandia were noticoa
bio on the Ooeauio wharf yoator
day morning. It appears from
officers of tho vessel juat boforo
her departure that a man and
throe women had attempted to so
oure a passage to Manila aboard
tho Zealandia. Second officor
StovenB found thorn on tho voaol
at an early hour in tho morning
aud eiloctsd thoir return ashore.
It waB reported later that Russell
Colgrovo, Mrs. Berliner and Rosa
Borliner, the actress, and untoher
woman, wire tuo parties.
Oil lloreri from Ilia Mainland.
H. J. Welch, Scott Wright aud
Wra. Showaltor, throe practical
oil woll-borers from Yonango
County, Ponneyl7auia have arriv
ed in Houolulu under contract
with tho MoOandless Bros., aud
will go to Ewa plantation today
whom work will begin on two
Freighter Port Albert.
Tho Port Albeit tho largo G00O
ton froightor of tho BritiBh-Amo
rican Lino, is at tho Oceanic
wharf with a genoral cargo from
Seattle, including merchandise for
local firms aud coal for tho Oahn
Railway. Sho is on Inr maiden
trip to Hawaii.
It I NeCrefary liny,
D. A. Day, who is referred to in
reoent despatches ns on his way
to Iluwaii to investigate tho labor
problems, proves to bo D. R. Ray
who was secretary of the Hawai
ian Commission. Mr, Ray is not
a member of the Interstate Com
As tho Bulletin goes to press
thoro is a bark about ton milos to
enstward with hor foretopgallant
maBt gone. Hor name has not
boon ascertained but sho is ono of
tho string of vessels from the
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3, 1899. Pmoh 5 Gents. j
H a a W M"W l"i Mi ii llillMIIIHf QB
PARDONS FOR PRISONERS VOTING MONEY FOR WAR m
Action of Cabinet and Council of Slate
Herlog, Lynch and Malsuda the Men V
Breathe Air of Free Tomorrow
Other Hatters of Importance.
Tho Cabinet mot this foronoon
and considered tho application of
fVloxandor & Baldwiu to tho effect
that tho Nahiku Sugar Co. bo
granted tho right to build a wharf
at Nahiku. This was aoted on fav
orably on condition that tho pub
lie bo givon freo uso of tho wharf
and that the Government reservo
tho right to takoover tho wharf on
giviug six mouths' notice and pay
ing tho valuo of it iu tho usual
way. Tho Nahiku Sugar Co. has
tho right to chargo for tho hoist
ing of freight for othors if a stoam
crane is put on the wharf.
When tho consideration of this
matter was comploted it was timo
tor tho meeting of the Council of
State. At this session thero wero
twt'lve in nil prpsnt. Tho mst
ters referred to this body for con
sideration wero tho pardons of
Hering nnd Lynch. It was re
commended by tho Cabinet that
these two mon bo pardoned on tho
fourth of July. Tho Council of
State acted favorably on tho re
commendation of the Cabinot.
Tho caso of Mntsuda the Japa
nese was roferred by tho Cahi
uot to tho Counoil of State with
out anyreoommendation whntevor.
After duo deliberatiyn it wusdeoid
ed by a votoof 7 to' 1 that Matsudn
bo pardoned. Oue member of
the Council did not vote. At n
meeting of tbo'Cabiuet held after
tho meeting of tho Council of
btate- it was
grnnt the pardons
by tho Council of
Tho crime for whioh Hering
was convicted to imprisonment for
twenty years was the murder of
Hnnteraan, a newspaper mnu.
Tho jury returned a vordict of
manslaughter. The deed .was
done in 1893.
Lynoh is the man who was
caught some four or fivo months'
ago by Inspcotor Neoly with a
bundle of opium that wa M
down to him from the bow of one
of tho transports whilo at B rower's
Browor's wharf. Tho Cabiuot bus
reason to bolioro that Lynch knew
nothing whatover about tho opium
and that hn renllv t linn rr lit- ilu.
bundlo which he was given to tsk
uptown contained dirty c!otln(n.
Mateuda is the Jnpanrsn who
was conviclod of tho murder of n
Japanese in 1692 and sontenord
to hang. Afterwards this was
commuted to lifo imprisonment
and still later to twenty yeurs
It was found that Otsuka mid
nnothor Japaneao who escape to
Japan wero tho two mon implicit
od in the murder nnd that Mnt
suda had nothing whatover t. do
with it outside of seeming the rn
volver with which, tho di'ed was
dono. In this way ho was of ooutso
an accessory beforo tho fact.
At tho meeting of tho Cabinot
held after tho meeting of tho
Council of Stuto a communication
from the Rapid Transit Co. ask
ing for infoimation was road. Tho
oompany sot forth that it had been
given ono year's timo duriug
which to begin tho construction of
its street railway. This timo
would oxpiro on July 7. Realizing
this fact tho compauy wished to
know if the Cabinot would con
sider tho orders for material, sur
veys, etc., ns construction. It was
tho opinion of tho Cabinot thai
these things did not constitute
The oompany was dimply ask
ing for information and now that
the answer of tho Cnhiuet has
been in tho negative, construction
will bo started by July 7 on Ala
No stOHaers for I-jli nd ports tomorrow.
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25 Cents. W
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Trouble in the Transvaal Reacblog :,A
. Critical Stage. M
Cape. Town and Jo'na
Bloemfoutcin, June '23. Tho
Volksruad of the Orango Freo
Stato has voted S19,oD for the in
crease of artillory, tents nud other
military supplies. A resolution
wos adopted directing tho Govern
ment to adopt tho Mauser rifle as
tho national weapon.
Tho Volksraail also votol $112,
G00 for ammunition aud S1D9.750
for other war material. Trade with
Cape Town and ! hanntsburg is
nt a comparative 6tnudttill.
The Gtrmanp, who are iu sym
pathy with the Timsv.iil, nr.)
holding meeting ut which they
adopted resolutions u.glug Oer
uauy to intercede iu bphtlt of
Cnpo Town. Juno 23. Tho Bri
tish socond-elass uiuisnr Doris,
with Rmr-A liniral Sir Robert
Hastings Ilarrin, cnintuniider in
chief of tho Cipo of Go d IIopo
and Wot Afri n squadron, left
Simouo Bay today for tho e.iit
London, June'.:). Tho Shro
pshire Roimer.t linn been ordered '
to hold itself iu readiness for im
mediate embarkation for Cape
town. Pollen Court .Vol,.;
Tho following cases wero dis
posed of in th" Police Court this
forenoon: Ah Ngeo, having cho
fa tiok-ils iu possession, $1G and
costs; Knlna (), aellinjr spiii
tuous l'quor wjMiont a licenso,
st'titonco suspended for the torra of
tuirtecu moulds; KnEhu aud Bob
Samoa, aaut and buttery on a
polico officor, ilO aud co-ta; Wn
Sing, unlawful po-i903finu of
opium, $30 nud eosU; Yoshimur.i
nnd Asada, fdias Ilo-hiiln, kcepiiq
lodging houo8 without a Hcjush,
"limit" Galnir llndt in JUntlu.
C. S. Bradford, ono of the beat
known neTtpaponimn of Hawaii,
U a pissnger in tluiSlieridnn on
his way bu'k.to M.-iuila. "Brad"
reports that buniupoi would bo
fgood iu M HU.il a if tho Fjljpinos
would stop fighting in thrjfctious
where ho hns bou(:ht .land, tin
has npnued n real eat .t'r- Hico in
Manila, is Feorpt'iry of tho
Filipino Land aud luveutmont
Company and hai dono rnnir!pr
ublo newspaper work dining hii
stay in the hind of the Tuvalu,
n m ii
Kicllliii; Oiinir nr Unirlinll
Thero was an exciting game of
ba;eball on tho Mukiki grounds
yesterday afternoon between tho
Mukiki and I'nlnmn Clionid Ikbiih.
Tho former, won by the clo. o
Booro of il to 2. A thrcu base l.lf'
was mado b oce of tho Makiki
A PUIlt ORAPC CRCAM Of TAKTAK POWOt
Highest Honors, World's Fnli
Gold Medal, Midwinter Full
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