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j PAGES 1 TO 8. fll i rfkAta AA' ' R8TABT.TFTiri JTTX.T t 1SW ' ' VfH . YYYV. NO- fi912. HONQLTJTJT HAWATT TT7PPTTHPV T7PTDAV HIT V a mmm Mww m m mm w - - aaavaa b - -ft. L . .A. A .e. A J..J. -A Vft. " . 1 t K J. . lllll V V m m 1 V r- AT B rrm " ' J rniutnvt llnio. THE FOURTH A ROUSING How Independence Day Observed at Honolulu at Pearl Harbor. The Parade and Yacht Races -Outlook for Aquatic Contest Speaking, Reception and the Ball at the Capitol. Ot For the boat races X Pearl M.miy :,.. : leaves the ' Honolulu depot this mernlng at fc:45 with the multl tildes of beating- and yachting enthusl xstn there will be a moving mass of red ai Mae and blue and red, the blue sis nifylag those whose sympathies are with the Healani Boat Club, and the red the MvrMe Boat Club. Interest has run high on both sides and as usual both clubs are confident of victory. The! crtwa rested on their oars last evening awaiting the dawning of the glorious FrJrth of July to make the final testl of Ibelr muscle' before the thousands wee will today line the shores of Pearl Haor. The last trials were made sev eral evenings ago, the full strength of the members of the four crews being reserved for today. Who is to triumph, the Blue or the Red, or whether It shall be all Blue or all Red, is yet to be de cided. The weather around Ewa has been excellent during the week and all! slgria point to the harbor being ml splendid surface for the test this morn-1 ing. 1 The Myrtles are confident of win- So are the Healanis. To meet a mng w vearer of the red yesterday afternoon was only to hear of a crimson victory, Meet a Healani and he would state pbs itively that the air would be filled with blue to match the vault of heaven when the races were over. The uninitiated unes. those who have made up their I minds that the one color or the other I suits them best, are confident that their chosen colors are those of victory. The wfse ones, however, refrain from show- in? any exuberance of spirits over . w . the coming events, but. nevertheless do some betting. I Betting was active yesterday -but no-j wnere was tnere any eviaence inai oausi were being given. It was an even go in all quarters, and this fact alone add-j ed zest to the Interest that is being I manifested in this year's regatta. SomeJwni be displayed at the half mile and declare that the public will see some of the best rowing ever made in Pearl I Harbor. Others are positive that for-1 mer records will be shaved down. Tan-1 ama hats are one of the features of IK. wall and Lieutenant II. J. Newton betting which have become popular and! u- s- A the chances are that this style of head jrear Is likely to become the fashion able mode after the races. Th? following program has been ar ranged fT today at Pearl Harbor: FIRST RACE. Race to commence at 9:30 a. m. Se nior championship. Four-oared shell. Course, a mile andlKailway Company, King street, at S:45 a half straight away. Prize, cham-Ja. l-ionship banner. J Won by the Myrtle Boat Club, May I 9, 1S96. I Won by the Myrtle Boat Club, Sep-I timber 11. 1897. Won by the Healani Y. and B. Club, September 10. 1S98. Won by the Myrtle Boat Club, Sep tember 9, 1899. Won by the Healani Y. and B. Club, September 8, 1900. Won by the Healani Y. and B. Club.lriis the lower side. July 4. 1901. Entries Myrtle Boat Club. Colors, starlet and white. Crew Wm. Lyle. stroke; Wm. Soper, N'o. 3; P. Lishman, No. 2; Sam Johnson, bow; coxswain, Alvarez. Healani 'Yacht and Boat Club. Col ors, blue and white. Crew F. B. Damon, stroke; Dan Re- near. No. 3; Paul Jarret. No. 2; S. A. Walker, bow; coxswain. Tinker. SECOND RACE. Bare to commence at 10 a. m. Junior championship. Four-oiret; htl. Cours?, a mile a.ri a half straight away. Prize, silver cup presented bv the1 association, and silver cup presented by Mr. A. G. M. Robertson, to became the property of the c1il winning it three t'nes. Won by the Myrtle Boat Club, May 9. 1S35. Won by the Myrtle Boat Club. S-.p ten-.i.HT 11. 1SS7. Won by the Healani Y. and B. C?-ib. September 10. WILL SEE CELEBRATION Will and Be the j BULLETIN. a. m. finds Willie waking to a day of noise and fun; 5 o'clock discloses that the program has begun; 6 a. m. shows Willie's parents giving up all hopes, of sleep; 7 finds the baby starting on what seems an all-day weep; 8 a. m. is marked by cannon giving forth a loud salute; 9 o'clock finds crackers rattling like a coalpile down a chute; 10 a. m. the family party starts to picnic at the shore; At 11 all the elders find their heads be srfn to roar: seea luncheon on the greensward shared with ants and other things; 1 p. m. and fears of showers oft-re peated sprinkle brings; p. m. all seek the dance hall to es cape the deluge fierce; o'clock and loud torpedoes ears of nervous persons pierce; p. m. the lemonade stand draws young William for a treat; 5 o'clock he spares a moment from his racket, just to eat; 6 p. m.,with no more crackers, down v using cp; - from the other chaps; 8 p. in. he waits no longer; out come stores of colored fire; 9 ms Pmwheels and his rockets gone, latheparty .ras the tramcar, Wil lie half a length behind; 11 all give thanks that none is At dead or deaf or blind. Won by the Myrtle Boat Club, Sep- tember 9, 1899. -wn h "!Myr0e Eoat CTub' Se" tomhiii' 1A 1QAA Wn h 'th. hm?! v n -.ih July 4, 1901. Entries Myrtle Boat Club. Colors, scarlet and white. Crew George Crozier, stroke; G. F. Wri ht Nx 3. M SimD3on. No. ,. , Crozier, bow; coxswain. Alvarez. Healani Yacht and Boat Club. Col- - r . ' ,. stokes, bow; coxswain, J. Steiner.' Note The club colors of each crew mile stakes in the order of passing, Those in charge of the boat races are: Judges A. G. M. Robertson. Walter Timekeeper (at start) L. Marks. Timekeepers (at finish) C. J. Wil lis, F. E. Harvey and A. T. Brook. Regatta committee S. E. I Taylor, chairman; M. Johnson ' and W. C. Parke. A special train for the public will leave the Honolulu depot of the Oahu m. sharp, for Pearl Harbor. A sne cial train leaves at 8 a. m. which will carry only the judges, officials and the press. Captain Church for the Healanis and Captain Harris for the Myrtles select ed positions for their crews yesterday afternoon. A coin was tossed in the air and the result was announced as follows: Myrtles to take the upper or mauka course in both races. Eivinjr the Hcala- YACHT RACES AT PEARL HARBOR. Interest in the yacht races has not abated and there is evidence that the white wings will contest for places and prizes at Pearl Harbor today In a man ner which will warm the cockles of the yachting enthusiast's heart. The entries as announced in yester day's Advertiser constitute the entire THE HE4LANIS BLUES. By Fred J. Church, Captain of the Healani Boat Club. IT'S a toss up, but I think we have the prize end of the toss I think it's heads we win and tails they lose. We feel pretty certain that our boys are rowing in the best form and the practice rows indicate that the men are used to their shells and know whttt they have before them. The- have made excellent time on the mite and a half course and the coach ha put them to the. tt-t at every trial. The Healauis can be sure that toe men behind th ears will d-i everything to keep the blue pennant at ih? peak. tM H MAKE number of yachts in the race. The list is as follows: First class La Paloma, Heleno. Gladys. Second class Dewey. Third class Hihirnanu. Kaiki, Myr tle, Pirate, Oio. Vi-kf. Princess, Colum bia. Fourth class Clvtie. Abbie M., Malo Io, Maria. Canary. . The officials of the yacht club races are: Regatta committee and judges A W. Pearson, chairman; C. P. Morse and Albert McGurn. Official timekeeper Allan Dunn. The course is as follows: Start to be made from a line drawn between th-? Peninsula wharf near boat houses and the yacht club's steamer, stationed in j the middle of. the loch. The craft are ( to leave the first mark on the port side and all others on the starboard side. The first and second class yachts are to cover the course twice, finishing at starting point. The third class finish on line returning on second round. The yacht club's steamer leaves the Oceanic wharf at 8 a. m. sharp today. This will carry only the officials and invited friends of the club to the har bor. PARADE IX TOWN. While the onlookers of the boat an 4 t f f - 1 . : 3 3 -A- II I . fl rOv tUl I X WW I A lfl vn.XflJHf - 1W v NT X. M 11 T I X) i- ; r x . tVi rJ - : : - : : "" I ROOM FOR YOUR UNCLE yacht races are yelling themselves held by the Governor in front c? the hoarse, a military and civic parade will Opera House. The parade will then be viewed upon the main streets of th.j dismissed. city. The parade is scheduled to start; Captain Kchaefer. Adjutant of th at 9 a. m., and the formation as out- j National Guard Regiment, has isiuc l lined by James H. Boyd, grand marshal, ' the following orders for the p. .biiiz.i Is as follows: . i tin of the various compmlet,: First division Military. Form on the ' The regiment ill asst-iiibW- at the makai side of Capitol Square, risht Drill Shed at 9 o'clock a. pi. -n luly resting on Richards street. 4th, 1902. for the purposy-')f p.-n-ticipai- Second division Ited Men and other, ing in the Fourth of July prossi n. organizations. groups and bicycles.; Field and staff will par,tiie lii-ninr-'il. Form on Richards street with ri;,'ht! Uniform Field and staff, fatigue, resting on corner of Merchant and blue trousers, gauntlets. Richards streets. j Line Fatigue, white trousers, Ur- Third d'Msion Fire department and gings and white gloves. V Road department. Form on King fclreet J Prizes are offered by the parade -m-and west side of Capitol Square, with mittee for the best floats and i-hsrar-right resting mauka of Merchant street.: ters, as follows: i-ourxn envision floats, Dusn-ess wagons and carriages. Form on mauka side of Capitol Square, with rl-t rest-, ing on Richards street. It is requested that those taking part 'n the parade will assemble with their different divisions as soon afte.- S:30 a. m. as possible in order to facilitate the grand marshal and aides in forming the parade. The line of march will be as f. llows. Capitol Scuare along Merchant street.; to Fort street, to Vineyard, to Emma, to Alakea. to Merchant, and to Cap!-; tol Square, where the review will b ' THE MYRTLES REDS. By W. W. Ham's, Captain of the Myrtle Boat Club. IT'S anybody's race until the crew pulls down to the finish. The-e is always an element of chance in a boat race which doepn't enter into any other line ot sport where one can figure out a finish definitely. Some might say that we are not rowing in good form. This might appear to be the cae to a raual ol porver, but thoe who know the staving qualities of the lioys, are aware that muscle offset the appearance of bad form. Yes, we feel certain of a race or two. t 4- e- t Traae noats inree prizes: nrsi, second. tO; third, $25; total, 1".0. Best decorated business delivery trucks and wagons Three prizes; first. 50; second, $30; third. $15; total. Best decorated bicycles Threw prizes: first, $15; second, $10; third, $"; tjtai. $3. Best . sustained characters Three prizes: first, best group, $25; second. best single character, $10 $35. Allowance to Fire department for decorn ting and display. $100. Allowar.ee to Rad department for rij.-olav. $5'. -- I EVENTS OF THE FOURTH 9 a. m. Parade. 9i30 a. m. - Championship races at Pearl Harbor. Train leave Hno)u!u depot 8t45 a. m. sharp. II a. ra, Literary cxerckei bt the Opera House. 1(30 p. m. SpoiU at Oaha OMtgr. 1.30 p. m. Baseball at Oaha Col lege H. A. C vs. Punahoo and Cutcm House vs. Artillery. 8 p. m. Healani Benefit at Opera House. Z in 9 p. m. Fireworks cn tfc Cap!- Jtol grounds, makai-Ewa corner. I in n m r r 930 p. m. Citizens' grand kail at the Capitol. All organizations are iavkk4 to pa rade. . The non-arrival of the IT. 8. training ship Mohican will leave a r 1 the parage, as it was Intended to kave ali the cadets and crew of the ship partici pate In the parade. Governor Dole will review the parade i tk Capitol grounds. He will be eiuroiiBfed by of ficials of the Federal and Territorial Government and Army a Navy offi cers. , OPERA HOUSE EXKACVIKS. Governor DoU is to prM at Mie titerary exercises in the Opera Hews, the jrogram for which is as follows: Music Captain Ilerger'a Band Prayer Rev. 1J. f3. Moekley Declaration of Independence David Kamauoba "Columbia, the Gem of toe Ocean". Mrs. Agatka Kelley Music Orchestra nuuiriso.it kiVUAiicn jiuninn "Star Spangled Banner". .H. K. Ilerser Address ....Frank E. Thompson America" Audltnce Patriotic Music Captain Berger's Orchestra SPORTS ON OAHU CAMPUS. At 1:30 the program of sports will be. commenced near the Science Hall of the Oahu College grounds. At the same time the first game of bavball will program of sports is as follows: One hundred yard dash First prize. $7 trophy; second, $4. Two hundred and twenty yards $7 and $4 trophies for first and second. Hammer throw 15 and $3. One hundred arid twenty y?rd hurdle race $5 and $3. Sack race, 235 yards 12 and $1. Potato rate XI and $1. Shot put, 16 pounds $5 and 3. Wheelbarrow races, 30 yards Z and $1. Girls under 14, fifty yard dash 12 and $1. All events are open to the public and entries are to be made on the ground, closing at the tall of the clerk. Run ners will start at the worJ, no n- tol is to be u.ed. Th committee and officials for the event are as follows: Charles V. Chillingworth, chairman; Ed Towse. A. G. M. Robertson, Lorrin Andrews. Jaines L. Torbert; marshal. C. F. ChillinKworth; clerk, Nigel Jack son: timer. James I Torbert; starter, Ed Towse; Judges, C. F. Chlllingworth. A. G. M. Robertson, C. B. Wilson. BASEBALL GAMES. The irnt name of baseball will be be tween the Honolulu Athletics and the Punahou Athletics, followed by tie Customs and Artillery. The band will be present both for the sports and the two games. A meeting of the Baseball League was held yesterday afternoon, at which the two games f'r this afternoon were ar ranged as follows: H. A. C. vs. T'una hous; Customs vs. Artillery. For the Saturday playing the game between the Mailex and Kameharnehaa was postponed, the only game being that between the Customs and Punahnus. The league receives $100 for the two games today, which are free to the pub. lie. Following is the line-up of the H. A. C. nin for today: Louis, c; Williams, P.: Gleason. lb.: Thompson, 2b.; Joy, Zt-.i I'ri.-. ss. ; I landman. If.: J. Aylett, cf.; W. Aylett, rf. IN TUB EVHNING. At fi.'.'A Governor Dole wi'l receive th citizen of Hawaii at the Capitol, which is to be brilliantly illuminated from turret to foundations. With the Gov ernor will be Mrs. Dole, Secretary and Mrs. Henry E. Cooper. Chief Justice and Mr. Frear, Cnited Stat Judge and Mrs. . M. Estee. president f the Senate- and Mrs. Kalue. Mrs. A. G. Hawes, Jr., and about f'-rty young '-di-s will a.ft in receiving. The Gov ernor's staff In full uniform will be present and introductions will be made by them. FIRE WORKS. A grand .display of fireworks i o be made in the early part of the evening in the Capitol grounds. Masts hav-Ifw-n erected from the tops of whh h the skyrockets ar.d Roman candles will be sr-t off o th't nothing will be lot to the audience. Continued on pare 3.)