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Will bo received nt the oflico of tlio
Rouil Supervisor, in tho Ivupuaiwa
UttiUling, until WEDNESDAY, Juno
22, ut 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing i
to Uio Honolulu Road Houutut Hono
lulu, the following items of tools nntl
liMleriule, as per seheilulcs hetewilli,
for six months from ilute, viz :
Lime Per bbl
Hunt's Axes Tor do.
Shovels (long & iliort hnnuTef) "
Oo Handles "
Pick llunille.tf "
Muttc-ek Hundles "
Wheelbarrows (wood & iron). "
" Truys, " " . . . "
Gulv. Iron Ruekots, Win. lfiin. "
Black Blasting Powder . 1'er 25)1. keg
Giant " " . 1'er ("Oil. box
" " " Cup? Per box
Fuse ( best quality) Per 100 foot
bard Oil Per wise
Ivurohcnc Oil l'or 10 eases
Sperm Oil Per gul
Black Oil Pur gul and bbl
Machine Oil "
Cylinder Oil " "
Everlasting Axle Grease... Per ease
Curbolincum Per gul anil bbl
Bouo.liii.-2iu. (Manila), l'or lt in coil
Waste Per bale
Niils, Gal. A Iron, Od-OOd . . Per keg
Stable Bedding, (Hico Stiuw &
Ililo Grass). . . Per bale of 100 It.
Horse Shoes and Nails. l'or keg
P.idlooks (Vale) Per doz
Hinges, Galv.it Iron, Sin.-12in. "
Departure Bay Coal Per ton
Newcastle Coal "
Blacksmith Co.il "
Coirugiited Iron and Ridging,
Per lt and foot
, Bar Iron, tuutid and Hat Per H
11a mess and Saddle Leather "
Rid Brick- Put M
Spokes, Felloes and Hub.-,
(Dump Cart size). . ..Pel doz
O.ik Blank, 2Ain xHin Per foot
N. W. Lumber, Timber Per it feet
" " Plank
, . " " Boards "
" " Scantling.. "
R. B. W. Lumber, Plank...
" " Boards . . "
" ' " Posts (split) "
" " Battens,
iin. Ilin. tin "
Cedar Shingles Per ji
Bed wood Shingles "
All bids must be endorsed "Tendein
lor Tools and Mateii.ils, Honolulu
All materials must be deliveied
within one mile of the P. O. free of
The Bo id Board do not bind theni-
s-elvi's to eoept the lowest or any bid
By niUer of the Honolulu Boad
W. II. CUMMINGS,
Boad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu. June 10, 1802
Will be received at tlio Interior OHiee
uiiiil MONDAY, June 27, 1S02, at 12
o'clock noon, for furnishing to tiie lu-sani-
Asylum, the supplies named in
the following Schedules for the term of
(! iiiou lis from July 1st, 1802:
AVKKAGK MONTH IA'
rn:.Mri. jj:quiii:.mknt, bay.
Beef, fresh .-1000 lbs
Beef, piinio J0 lbs
Broad, fresh. . . (J20 loaves
Bieml, saloon JHiO lhs
Biotims, btoatnboat -h do.
Baking Powder, Boyal, (i-o..
tins , 2 do.
Buuiin, link 80 lhs
Uiiiloe, green, Komi 100 lbs
Cmlllsh, whole 200 lbs
Flour, Golden Gutu !t'(r. sks
Matches, long card gross
Maecaroui Ifi lbs
Vermicelli., , If) lbs
IVarl Uinluy 25 lh
Oil, ICi lotoiii) (hflfit), 0 cases
Onions , -1 uratON
P.illllOlB. .. ...,.,, (i "
I'ni'k, cunicil,, ,. , .j A bbl
Bier, Xihl, ..,,.. ,.,....... 700 lbs
Sng w, No. 1 , , , S00 lbs
Sail, cnurio 100 lbs
S.iluiuii .') bbls
Tohuncu, plug, nt per lb 2 Iim
Ten, IMiimi, Pfjwcliing, uc per
putiiid . 2 Iixh
'I'luiiiiioos, canned tl do
Ilran, at per tiin of 20U0 lhs . .ft bags
Middling at pel ton 2000 lbs. fi li.ign
Kt'llid Jlurley at pur ton of
ill XI Hi. 5 bags
ftfili- mutt Im iiiiuIii for the items of
inch .sdittilnlu uipurululv.
All MtjpplU inul be duliveied at
the A.yluiu in uuh ipiMittiliM an
"in limy to llmu iwiiiliiJil and tih-
jwit iu Ua Immititiflii amJ ttimvui uf
the Medical Sui'rintendent or
All tenders inustbo endorsed, "Ten
der for Supplies, Insano Asylum,
The Minister of the Interior docs
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPHNCKB,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Oilice, Juno 17, 1892.
Tciulcrs for Uccf Cattlo
OKKIl'K OK THK BoAltl) OK
TICK OK THK BoAltl) OK ")
Io.vouM.ti, Juno 17, 1802.)
Tenders will be received at this olliee
until WEDNESDAY, June 20,1802,
at 12 o'clock noon for supplying the
Leper Settlement on Molokai with:
1 Good Beef Cattle averaging not
less than 325 lb. per head when dress
ed. 2 Fat Beet Cattlo.
The cattlo are to be delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition
ul nn average of 90 head per month,
more or less, for the use of the Board
from July 1, 1892, to December 111,
The tender for fat Beef Cattle must
be for the price per pound when
dressed, and that for good beef cattle
must be per head.
The hides and tallow ate to be the
property of the Board.
All the bids must be marked "Ten
der for supplying the Leper Settle
ment with Beef."
The Board will elect which tender
to accept, und does not bind itself to
accept the lowest Or any bid.
By order of the Board of Health.
Pioiident Board of Health.
lfiO lt-2f 2t
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel at the entrance to Honolulu
haibor the Dredger will bo in opera
tion night und day. At night there
will be a danger signal placed on the
forwaid deriiek of Dredger about Ii0
feet above sea level, which can bo seen
by all vessels appioaching the harboi.
The signal consists Bod Bed
oftluee red lights
and a. white light
as in the diagram,
the led lights being
about 3 feel apart
with the white light
mi the center.
All steamers crossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answered by a single
blast from the Dredger, to be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when the passage is clear and tbey
Tlio Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assistsiiiling craft
in passing the Diedger when neces
Bary. C.N. SPENCEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Ollico, March 9, 1892.
Honoi.uuj, H. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
ced that the hours for using water for
iriigaiiou purpo-.es are from (i to 8
o'clock a. .m., and I to (5 o'clock i m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
U. N. Si'E.S'CKK,
Minister of tlio Interior.
MB. B. II. SUHOLTZ has been ap
pointed a member of the Bond Board
for the Taxation District of Ililo, Ha
waii, for tlio unexpired term m-ido
vacant by the resignation of Mr A. B,
C. N. SPENCEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Juno 17, 1892.
MB. ,. I'AAKIICI Iihs this day
been appointed a Notary Public for
the Thiid Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
.Minister of the interior.
Inteiior Otliee, Juno 17, 1892.
Jlr. .1. 1 Blai.u, nn extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped on of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tlio
northern part of that slate during u
reeenl blizzard, says Hie MiUurtluy
Jleview. Mi. Bhuze hud occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
und wus so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get vttirin, and in
side of uu hour after his return he
was threatened with u seveie case of
pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. Hlni.e
sent to the nearest (bug store und
gul a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Heniedy, of which he hud often
heard, und loul; a number of lurge
(loses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a .short time hu
v;u hrniilhiiig ijiiilo easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
i lay was able to come to Des Moines,
.Mr. IlluUe regards his cine us kimply
wonderful. Fifty cunt bottle for
wile by all deulcr, Ituiibon, .Smith
& Co, i AgutiU.
Pnlcrd to nntirr Het nor Fmyt
But rstalilixhcil for the benefit of all
SATURDAY, JUNK 18, 1892.
Tho report of Uio sale tit auction
of 50 shnrcs of tho Hawaiian Coffco
& Tea Co. Ltl. at $2.f0 per shuro
tuny mislead tho general leader anil
call for the following figures in ex
planation. The shares have a par
value of $100 each, of which 810 is
so far paid up. The above 50 shares
owed 815 per sharo on the general
assessment, I. e., 8750, which debt
the purchaser assumed and thus
virtually paid Sl"50 per share in
stead of 82.50 as appeared to be the
There is :i selected article in this
paper on lepers in Bokhara, which
ought to be translated and published
in a native paper. At every session
of the Legislature there is a deluge
of petitions to abolish the segrega
tion of lepers. In Bokhara the native
ruler has adopted segregation not
only of lepers but of the sexes among
the lepers. His measures to those
ends are, moreover, drastic, while
those of the Hawaiian Government
are as mild as they could be without
From information received later
from a reliable source, it would ap
pear that an injustice was done to
Mr. Fred. U. Somers by our article
of Frida3'. The origin of the in
justice, however, is in the Sail Fran
cisco Examiner oilice. Mr. .Somers
is not connected with that paper, but
prepared a report of events here for
Mr. Kitchie, of the Examiner's busi
ness staff. The report appeared with
Mr. Somers' name in the heading and
as the signature. It is now asserted
that the offensive portions of the re
port were not written by Mr. Somers,
while interviews that gave the side of
our authorities, furnished by him,
were eliminated. Such an outrageous
abuse of a man's name as this, per
petrated by the Examiner, emphasizes
the force of our article in question.
It is only fair to state that this ex
planation is made without any com
munication, direct or indirect, having
been received from Mr. Somers him
self. The information is from one of
his friends, who knows all the cir
cumstances and who has only been
met accidentally on the street.
The Advertiser echoes some ex
pressions in Hie Legislature on what
is called the Ministry's lack of a
financial policy. Can any of the
critics refer to a Ministry that ever
met a Legislature in Hawaii with a
cast-iron financial policy by which it
stood to the last jot and tittle? Such
thing is an utter impossibility so
long as the initiative of measures
involving expenditure is not made
exclusively ministerial business.
With sucli a law or rule in force,
the responsibility of the Minis
try for a balance of revenue and ex
penditures would be established. Hut
even under such a practice, as it is
i-ecu in operation in the British Par
liament, the Ministry is at full liber
ty to modify or even abandon a finan
cial item or proposal while it is under
discussion, without endangering its
tenure of olfice further than by
whatever prestige may be lost in
yielding to criticism or reason. Wrill
the critics of the present administra
tion go to the logical length of their
criticisms and become responsible
for a proposition to give the Ministry
(any Ministry meant) more power at
the expense of the Legislature? If
not, their criticisms full into the cat
egory of carping opposition superin
duced by u yearning for the olllces.
"THE MERCHANTS' MOVEMENT."
Referring to the urticlo in your
issue of yesterduy tinder the above
heading, I beg leave to acquaint you
with what bus been done towards the
formation of a "Protective Society."
On the lllh ull , ul a meeting of
merchants and dealers held to con
sider the possibility of improving on
the present methods of doing busi
ness in Honolulu, a committee was
appointed to draw up regulations for
I Lie formation of an organization on
lilies laid down in u paper read to
that meeting by Mr. Hy. Oavis.
Messrs, Ilacklield, W. Wr. Hull, T.
.1. King, und I were elected members
of this committee, of which I was ap
pointed ehuirmuii. When the com
mittee met they considered thai the
ground covered by thu paper uhovc
referred to was too extensive for
thein to travel over, and they came
to the conclusion that tho host way
to overturn the presi'iitjobjeelionublo
credit system was to commence with
the retail trade. They therefore
in ud u certain recniiimeiidalioiis which
wen) laid I hi fori) a pitblio iiieuttng on
the ltith ull, Being absent from
town I wus not til llml meeting, bill
k uppuar roiu thu seoretary'b win
Ulcs that it was resolved,1! that the
committee he requested t continue
nntl extend their deliberations, that
they interview the wholesdc dealers
and ascertain, if possiblc,llio advisa
bility of combined action letwcen the
wholesale and retail dcalrs, and to
make such rccommendatiils as may
be suggested as feasible.'
From the wording of tlrt resolution
lam leu to believe that tlio rccom
mcndatkms of the comtnitec did not
meet with the approval of those pre9-
ent al the public meeting. ' In addi
tion to recommending theabolitiou of
the "quarterly account" astem, the
committee recommended .hat certain
measures bo adopted to insure pay
ment of accounts within . reasonable
time after they became die, and that
a record of people who were in ar
rears with members of tin association
should be kept by an arpoinlod olll
cer, and should "be avalable to all
9uch members. From vhat is said
in your article regarding the "Mer
chants' Retail Commeiehl Agency,"
it seems that the methodsof that body
are very similar to thoie the adop
tion of which was reeomnonded by
our committee. It would appear,
however, from what is said among the
retail merchants in town, and from
the fact that although the llrst public
meeting was well attended (over -10
being present), the attendance at the
second meeting had dwindled to 13,
that there is a decided lajik of car
nestuess about the inovhuent for
"protection," and that atiy further
labor of our committee would only
be labor lost.
When it becomes apparent that a
real interest is taken inan attempt to
improve our methods, and that a gen
uine disposition exists en the part of
the dealers in this town to act to
gether, the committee's services are,
I am sure, at their disposal, and all
the committee can do for the further
ance of any good scheme will be
done, but until then t cannot see
what it is possible for aiy committee
to do, and I have not therefore asked
them to meet again. The public
meeting which was adjjnrncd to the
call of the chairman of the committee
will, for this reason, not be called at
present. F. l. Swanzy.
AN ISLAND ACTOR.
It may not be generally known
that Charles B. Poor of The Power
of the Press ciinpanyiis a native of
Honolulu in the Hawaiian Islands,
where he made his first appeal ance
behind the footlights in amateur en
tertainments. His first professional
appearance or what might be called
such was made some iifleen years
ago, when he appeared in the sup
port of Charles Pope, who passed
through there. He came to this
country about thirteen years ago and
has been identified with the stage
ever since in various capacities. He
has had several ventures of his own
at various times, and all through Ins
career has been distinuuished as a
hard-worker. His mother is of Ha
waiian birth, and his father, who
came from a prominent New England
family, was one of the leading mer
chants of Honolulu. It is worthy of
note that Mr. Poor is one of the only
three Hawaiians that have made the
stage a profession. Atuiis Montague
Turner, the prima dotinu, who is the
daughter of a pioneer missionary, and
Alice (Green) Montague, the daugh
ter of an old-time whaling captain,
being the others. Mr. Poor is a
rurity on the stage in that lie is net
only capable of playing utmost uny
line, but is familiar with every detail
of stage mechanism, and in the event
of an emergency could dispose and
fill the shoes of those most auto
cratic of all autocrats, tho stage
carpenter and property-nun. He is
something of an adapter and has
bcvcral plays to his credit. lie is
still a young man, and a good part
of his future, which lias every pros
pect of being bright, is still before
him. S. F. Music and Drama.
Judge Field is now heventy-.six
years of age and has been on the
Supreme Bench twenty-nine years.
Presidents Washington, Jackson,
Van lltiren, Taylor, Fillmore, Lin
coln, Johnson and Cleveland were
not college graduates.
Dona Isadora Cousino of Chile is
said to be worth 8200,000,000, mak
ing her tho richest woman in the
Auction Sle$ by JamnsF. Morg n.
LiinTs Notice of Sale !
Having heretofore, to wit, on tho
25th day of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of the Chini'so Theater
premises, King street, the following
Goods and Chattels, to wit;
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
ing, Garments mid Puraphorn ilia,
Musks, Funs and Sundries used in
Chinese plays, 1 Chinos-o Joss, Lamps,
Large Clock, Smull Clock, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Fans, Orna
ments, ChiucfO Musical Insiiiiiueiits,
Cbinebu Weapons, Sofas, Stop Lid
dirs, etc., etc., all need in Miid Uhi-nei-e
Theater,, thu same being tlio pio
peity of Chuok Pun On & Co.
Notice is heieby given that in caso
of non-payment of such arrears of
rout and costn within 15 days fieiu
this (Into thu said (ioodn and Cuatti-ls
will bo rold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, the 27th day of Juno
iiist., at 12 o'clock loon of said duy,
nt the Chinese Theater pii'iuUct. (in
King street, Honolulu, near tho Oahn
Railway v Laud Cu,V ollico
VIM (JUM and
WONO (5 HOW.
l)..lc. Honolulu, .Juno 10, IM)2.
Ill I. It
U hen i)it Winn ii I'orirail.
Hi largo c ill on Klnu IItoh,,
KMb. Hit'! ' lll!0 llhl 1111(1 Hi'Vi
i tmuiplcH. Thuy can't bo beat.
lii.i.1il,Vliltf "il'.H l-'-l"' ''. rri I ' II n.inili-Ltfinr
KKUIIAKO X. JtcOIJKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy f
It has paidits members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L! ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insuiance Company.
KaS For full particulars apply to
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
rVF .A. XT X
ting Association !
Monday, July 4, 1892.
Races to Cotnmvicc at 10 o'c'ock.
Htitining Race, -J-milo dash. Free
for all Hawaiian bred horses.
Illuming Race, -mile dash,
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
hcult.; heft 2 in ii, to harness.
Foi all horses without a record of
ii :20 or belter.
lth RACE AVAILUKU PURSE.
Running Race, .1-mile and lepeut.
Free to all Hawaiian bred hoi sets.
oth RACE KAIIULUI PURSE.
liuiniing Race, 1-mile dash. Froo
Gth RACE IIANA PURSE. $125.
'Plotting and Pacing, 1-milo
hcat; best 2 in 8, to harness.
Free to all horses with no belter
leeord than ii:00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE. $50.
Running Race, inile dash. For
Ponies 11 hands and under, to
curry 100 lbs. and upwaids.
8th RACEMAN A CUP. Value
$150 or its equivalent in coin.
Running Race, I -niiledash. Free
to all Hawaiian tired hoi.-es.
Jth RACE WAIHEE
Tiottlng and Paciuu Race
mile heats, liont ii in 5 All lini-M-s
with ti lecord of 2 i'.O ot bi'tler
to go to ro.ul cail and carry 1S5
10th RACE -CORINTHIAN.- Cold
Medal, value 350. Enhance
liiiiiuiiig Race, 1-ni dusli. Wel
ter weights. Ficu to all members
of the Ahi-ociuliuu.
Uth RACE QUEEN L1L1UOKA
LANI CUP. Purse $150.
Running Race, 14-mile dash,
$10. -POLO CUP. Purse
Eulruiiee fee $7.50.
Running Race, niile dash. Own
ers to ride, welter weights. For
ineinbois of any Polo Club in the
lillh RACE MULE. Purse $50.
Race, .l-iiiilodiihli. Catch
F renin all.
Uth Race SWEEPSTAKES. $50
each ; $10 forfeit.
Running Raco, g-uiilodash; han
dicap. .$50 ouch, $10 forfeit. Ai--sociation
adds iffiO. Free to ull.
All ontrios close ut 12 o'clock noon
on THURSDAY, Juno 2!i, 1802, it
the oilice of the Seorelury, anil nil
untrunco fees lire 10 percent unless
All Races to be tun or trotted un
der the rules of the Ac.-ooiution, and
all boisos aro nxpected to Mart, unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, Satuuhtv,
July 2, 1802.
Ii. M. VKTLKSI'N,
FOJl 8A LB
-yi-A THK Two Detached Olier
ffiWV l v'"y HiiUdliil,". hullt
U&&S3 (or nnil iimiI by I'u.u. I ',.
ton tun! Muiciim', thu piinio hulug hullt
fr i'imiIiiubo, hehig linn oiighly veiitl
laud with Loiiviii ventilator.-, cluiliul
lii'lilcuud In pcilrut condition, Miliuhlu
fm licihnoiiix; will lie k ihl chuup. Dl
unMihm ot llullilliu.i laxliii llxll.
Fur i''iin, apply ut oum
HUltt FuitMb.orP. g, Ildi l,
HAVE OP UN ED TI1E1U
New China, Glass & Furniture Salsroom
On Kaaliunianu Street, Ground Floor, "with a
Large Awtaii of New Golds 01 "Biiim."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Wedge wood & Other Fine Ware.
lew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, HOlIEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I'd,
JO CHESTS, '
Ornamental! Economical & Durahle!
Eddy's Old Esstaui.isiii:d
Ice Ctets & Eeffloratori,
CMna, Crockery Kiassw re, ,
Plautat on Tools, Iinplemtms St Supplies
Paint?, Oils & Varni-hi'S.
VacQUin Oil Co.'s Lutolcatl ig Oils!
Always the .sumo; made by a special
"process ami always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quanttties to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'r.,
Cummin New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
lUrfT RECEIVED UY
! Vnvt Nlioot.
104 Fort Street.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guurantoud to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
iiarTliu AUulinn Iflnok HtoolciiiKi aro I ho Hohl, Mario -da
iijw wry ingT h f nn nnm-f tit -mi
WB2 .. , ''mull n'i. iipiHi
SJSSSJill kllu lfoit-.tlmitUhillnh. AP
l''i' ', Jt. 1,1,1 bLIIC,
ma Al'lhuo. II, Uuvltw&Co,
rr ..inn mnwii llTiii.iTlH-rfi.nfn-lTri-ifTi'-'T-fi
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
vi una ii wuiuii
vv ; '.".J . w.ai
Wll .J-f '-.. t.I.i;i.! SA-AVir
3 k ? F;:-Sj,x Vl.'K
1$ teidl . LJmMlltlll I
Honolulu. II. I,
maiiMiffir iiwjaflH nitiniinii
'pVO Nluuly KiuiiUIiimI
I. Riiuiiuiaiiilrullv luuutuil.
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