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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JULY 5, 1899.
Pitllihtl Every Diy, xpt Sunday, at no King
ttrttt, Honolulu, II I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
IANIEL LOOAN City Editor
"WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1899.
Tho suBgojtion by V. 0. Joaoa
for ft mora ucnrr il dibplny of Am
erican II gs is one that ought to
meet with hearty reflpoiipo parti
cularly fro n the publ'o officials
a id tho j)"' !' pciinol
thk i-oimrn ckm:iiuati:i.
Tho people of Honolulu may
congratulnta tuomolve ou tho
complete and marked nnccoss of
the oulebrition of Hawaii' first
Fourth of July under the Ameri
can flap. Tho eommilteH in charge
is ontitled to a great deal of credit,
but their rfTur a would havo ac
complished little had they not had
tho uuatiimons aid enthusiastic
support of tho people. Whatever
political differences may exist
wre cast aside and "the people"
joined in tho celebration with an
honest hcartinets that satisfied the
most eulhueitie'ic nod patriotic
American that ever lived.
There was a little flurryover tho
adviability of tbo introduction of
roaolutions at tho literary exor
cises, orao liouost oitizone fearing
that a request for tho speody ex
tension of American lawa to Ha
wnii might bo regarded as a poli
tical expression not germane to
tho celebration of tho National
Indopondencn Day. Tho fears
were allayed, however, ond tho ac
tion of the meeting was such as to
rorcovo all thought that tho people
of Hawaii regard tho extonsion of
American laws as a matter on
w'lich therj bo nny "political"
d'fforeucp. Mr. Cooper epitom
iz(l the sentiment of tho people
of.Hnwaii when he eaid.
"The stnrsaud fctriprs float over
thie fail land, but wo aro not yot
contont.'d, nor will bo, until we
shall have rccoived all tho rights
and "onerits of American citizen
ship." AND EVERYBODY CELEBRATED.
Continue) from Pago 1.
try waB made a part of tho terri
tory of tho United States of Am
"Tho stars and stripes float over
thi- fair land, but wo aro not yet
contented, nor will wo be, until
wo shall have recivd all the
righ'.fl and benefits of American
" All the difforoncHH of tho pist
should be buried there i9 nothing
to bo gained in keopiug the old ie
buos alivo. We should all wqik to
gothor for tueadvancoinautojj Ha
wxii. It is of the greatest import
ance that Oongress should enact
our organic law at its noxt Bessiou;
nnd it Eooms to mo to b oppor
tuno to pass the resolutions that
have beou prosonted upon thin.our
first celebration of American inde
pendence, " I second tho motion and move
that the resolution b adopted."
Rabbi Levy from tho stage said,
" I second iho reoolutinnB ami
move their adoption." " Chairman
Smith put tho question and some
one from tho bouse shouted "sec
ond tho motion." Mr. Smith call
ed "all those in favor will an
nounce in the usual mannor," and
b unanimous "ayo" resounded
from tho houso. "All opposed, no,"
added Mr. Smith and waited for a
dissenting voico. Not a dieveutiou
murmur was offered nud Mr
Smith declared tli ronolution
carried by a uuonimous vote.
I'Klil Hport. 1
A groat orowd was gntliered in
the afternoon to witness the lit Id
sports. Thoro were many ontrion
and much enthusiasm. Events
and winners warn as follows:
Ono hundro 1-yard dash for
boyB under 11 J. Campbell first,
undor 14 Bertha Lycett, L. Hop
kins. Sixty-yard dash for girls andor
19, MaryKrouse, SanihColoraau.
For boys Thomas Nihale, Ilobt.
Fifiy yard dash for boys under
10-Ai.lcolm Iioas, Charles Uo-
kane. For nirh Ella Murray,
Ono hundred yard dash, free
for all There woro fifteen start
ers Al. Mooro won, with En
Chang second; time, 11 seoonds.
Ituuning high jump Sproat
first, Miihoo second. Height, 6
feot G inches.
One hundred nud twenty-yard
hurdle, fioo for all Kalua first,
En Chang socond; time, 18 sec
onds. Two hundred and twenty-yard
dash, free for all Al. Mooro first,
En Chung socond; time, 21 sec
onds. Fifty yards, wheolbarrow raco
Robert Wilcox. It. Chilton.
Running bases En Chang
lust, J. Lnno second; timo, 1:15
Polo vault L. L&mmon first,
En Chang second; hoight 9 foot
Judges A, Q. M. Robertson,
W. H. Hooks.
Timekeepers-- Frank Kruger,
Clerk of tho courso JIaj. Mc
Carthy. Tho FlrCworki.
Notwithstanding n slight rain
fall in tho evening the display of
fireworks from tho Executive
grounds was voted by all a groat
sucee-B. Tho display was observ
ed by thousands, by thoao from
their Iiouips on Punchbowl and
other highlands as well as tho
va"d multitude arouud Union
square nnd in that neighborhood.
Hundreds of olectrio lights illu
minated tho Exeoutivo building
on tho makai side. A hugo sniold
mado from colored olectrio lights
adorned tho top of tbo building.
From all parts of tho city and
suburbs tho lights hung from tho
coutral Hag polo wero visible.
Great credit is due tho fireworks
committee of which Jns. A. Kon
nedy was chairman, for tho bril
liant Buccees with which every
thing went off.
Fourth of July 1111.
Representative people of all na
tionaiities, charming womon and
gallant men, uniformed officers of
tho army and navy, artistic and
elegant decorations, good manage
raont and fascinating music to
gether with tho patriotic and
democratic spirit that pervaded
I tho happy, merry-making assoin-
oiy consniuieu tno ouaraciorisucs
of the Fourth of July ball at the
drill shed yosturday evening.
lhe committee deserve the
highest credit for tho excellent re
sult of their industrious efforts,
No prcvions evont of tho kind
has scored so great a success, nnd
the orchestra did splendid work.
Among thoso prosout at the ball
were lhe officers of tho Argentine
Republic training ship' and tho
U. S. A, officors from tho trans
por Sheridin. The ball was
most excellently managed by this
cotnmitteo: Dr. M. Grossman, J.
A. Oilman, G.H. Paris, F.O.Smitb
W. Porter Boyd, 0. J. Falk, J. H.
Sopor, Will E. Fiaher. W H.
Hoogx, Sam'l Parker, C. A. Gra
ham, B. H. Wright, W. 0. Aohi,
0 lmmander Morry.
Thomas Krouse was in charge
of tho catering and George W. R
King wiib the author of the dpco
The Safe Route to Wheel Content.
The reputation of a Bicycle, like the
reputation of a human being, depends
wholly on what people say of It, not
what they know of It. Meritorious
wheels have undoubtedly suffered from
caieless and Ignorant criticism. It Is one
of tin strongest evidences of the standing
of the Built Like a Watch Sterling bicy
le" th.it no one has ever anything to
sav of it save good. One can never tall
of bicycle satisfaction In following the
unanimous approval of nil wheeldom.
"Tint hump," said the surgeon, " can
only be removed by changing from an in-
proper to a correct position. I would ad
vise you to ride a Sterling." It gives you
the proper reach and you needn't stoop
to pedal, It runs so oasy. Dont cut glass
with, an ax. Take a diamond. Dont ride
a lumber wagon just because you are going
over rough roads. Ride a High-grade,
Bullt-llke-a-watch Sterling, a light,
elegant dainty mount, but a reliable road
ster, even for heavy weights.
Look at It this way without a complete
knowledge of bicycles you must necessari
ly depend to a great extent upon the say
so of the dealer. Why not call upon the
Pacific Cycle & M'f'g Co., on Fort street,
where you are doubly protected by the
great fame of the Sterling bicycles sold
and by the reputation of their agency,
"Solubytne r . &ai. o.," is a good
All they ask for the highest grade bicy
cle ever manufactured, only foo.oo on
small weekly or monthly installment.
A Japaneso was badly hurt by
the premature explosion of sonic
of tho fireworks at tho Executive
Building laet evening. Ho was
tukon to tho hospital in a hack.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
Rttwetn DoarJs-in WMJer S S 118, lion OUa n
t, io8 do t i-io, is Hawn Su 314. too Olta 1, 6
315 Mcbryde a!t, o KIM ti. 91 llawn Dec ig-M
Morning Smlon 50 Mcllrydt ), too 1)0 iH 100
dn aji. a? do tji, 7 do a, 10 do ?, 10 do in, 10
iji, 11 Jo an. lodoiji, 10 UK fit L Co 145, to
WaUluaSQi, 10 dog). 10 do 95. J do 95, )o II S
jio. s do anjj, o Kamalo ij, 100 Ookala i.
Afternoon Session 40 Klhtl 10, 80 do 10, 100 do 10
Mtletween Hoards j Klliel 11 50. 50 Olaa 1 00, 7J
Mrllrvde tlf. at Knna 90. in Olaa f.io. 161 do I 10.
100 do 1. os, ao Kamalo ao, 4)4 Olaa 1.15, so do
To-day't Session 10 Klhel ujj, lodottH, 40
Tonight tho usual bi-weekly
change takes place. Tho numer
ous farco, "Tho Contractor" will
be introduced and tho final de
cision in the graud cnko walk
contest decided. In addition to
tho regular company Lilian Hae
ward and Frnncis Boggs, Bketch
artists, will make their first ap
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY 4S
I'On to Manila,'!
p By DOUGLASS WHITE, S
tj "Examiner "War Correspondent.
fl -iJ tut Uf !! "A "A "A "A "A
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many being the starting point.
The craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Scenic Postal
Cards may now be had, in
fifty different subjects, at 2$
cents per dozen.
110 Hotel street.
Miss Rosa Davison, assistant
clerk in tho Board of Education
office, loaves in tbo Clnudino this
nfternoon on a round trip for bor
Miss Knto Kelloy, clerk of tho
Executivo Council, left in the
Kinnu this afternoon for a vnca
tiou to be spent with her sister,
Mrs. J as. T. Htackor, in Uiln.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Wo aim to keep up with
tho BOOK TRADE, and
tho latest publications will
bo found on our counters.
Any book not found in stock
will bo procured on short
notico. Largo stock by tho
popular authors of tho day
always on hand.
316 FORT STREET.
Pa p.iflft IlflPiiwAPft P,n irt
1 UIUII1U IIUJIUMIVIV JJt
"THERE ARE NONE SO
BLIND AS THOSE
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
There are some people who cannot be
convinced that white Is white and black
Is black, because they are determined to
have their own way about It. Very good.
Such people go through life missing the
great truths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There are others again who are con
vlnceable. It Is to the men of this class
that we like to talk about the merits of
They are better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
. Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-to-order
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very best made-to-measure gar
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That Is
why we say Investigate the merits of the
clothes bearing this label before going to
a tailor. You risk nothing and stand to
win a lot.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCllGy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
AT COST !
We make this announcement In the face
of a rising market.
Why ? Because we want the room for
other goods more strictly within our lines.
Our entire stock of
SHELF HARDWARE and
Will be sold at cost. This CLE ARANCE
SALE will commence on TUESDAY,
JUNE 20, and will continue until the en
tire stock is exhausted. The goods are
marked in plain figures.
You will find a few samples in our large
window. The stock Is on our second floor.
T4ce the elevator. You will find a sales
man In charge of this special department.
Come early before other dealers buy It out.
KB-We want our customers to get this
.Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen's Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood : Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Extra fine lot of Heavy Mules, nice drlv
Ing, and Saddle Horses at Honolulu Stock
Yards Co., corner Alakea and Queen
wb w WW
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
MISS H. PAULINE DINAN,
Of the MISSES DINAN of San Francisco,
Has Opened a Branch. Store
At the Egan Dry Goods Co.'s, FORT STREET,
Special Sale of Imported
Hats at Half Price.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES by every steamer from our San Francisco store.
Prices very moderate.
We have a new line of LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND
HOSIERY. And we have the famous On and Off Dress Shield the
shield that can be changed from one waist to another without sewing.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, the Latest Styles in Collars and Cuffs.
Egan Dry Goods
rsr' GTXSiH "
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
i TEMPLE OF FASHION I
Invite their customers and the general public to inspect their
NEW : LINE : OF : GOODS,
Which will belsold at very reasonable prices for the
coming three weeks.
NOTE A limited nuiiVbor of shares in tho abovo Association aro now olTorod
for salo at tbo par value of $5 each. Application should bo mado to tho Secretary,
Mr Ilanapl, or to any member of tho Board of Directors, at tho storo, -120 Fort
A. V. GEAR, President. EDWARD K. HANAPI, Secretary.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX. Auditor.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox 7f
The wish to be beautiful Is every woman's heritage. She never looses it. It
brightens every day of her life. There
woman the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes tt easy.
Hurrah for the Fourth of July!
Fireworks, Flags, Balloons,
Decoration Bunting, Shields,
Red, White and Blue Paper Festoonings,
Red, White and BlueStars and Stripes Ribbons
BSy Assorted cases Fireworks at 815, $20 and 125. Lithographs of Washington,
Grant, Dewey and Lincoln. For sale at
X "2SLm 3L-J. corner Nuunnu and King streets.
' " .. S. YY. LEDERKH, Proprietor.
Telephone' 478.-- ' V. O. Box N35. 1
Just received, the famous RED
Pan Fired Japan, Natural Leaf Japan, English Breakfast, Ceylon, '
Mixed, and Blended. This Tea cannot be surpassed for excellence and
price. At the store of -
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,,
Ornlicum Block. -:- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
piece of a kind. Do not fail to
Co,, Fort Street. iT
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Is one charm within the reach of everv
SEAL BRAND of TEAS Oolong,
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